Press releases

Finnish broadcast production company Streamteam Nordic has gone live with a new 4K/UHD remote production hub and virtual studio in Helsinki. The facility will handle all matches of the Finnish Ice Hockey League, which will be broadcasted by Finnish/Swedish telecom provider Telia via its IPTV service, set-top boxes and streaming platform, beginning with the 2018/2019 season.

The Finnish league plays more than 450 matches per season, with up to seven games simultaneously. Covering all matches simultaneously (in both HD and UHD) and adding studio production to the program required Streamteam Nordic to build a centralised production hub. The technical solution was designed and implemented by Broadcast Solutions, and it represents the largest broadcast investment in Finland in this millennium.

Ekstraklasa Live Park, host broadcaster for Polish premier football league Ekstraklasa, will add a new UHD/4K/HDR OB Van to their fleet, to produce the matches of the Polish league from the beginning of 2019.

The recently founded Robycam Germany will premiere a new Robycam system at IBC show on the Broadcast Solutions stand Outdoor, O.E02. Named Robycam Compact the new system will be at the stand in full function flying over the visitors and showing augmented reality integration.

At their indoor stand (Hall 8 D74) Broadcast Solutions is presenting its answer to today’s and future challenges in managing media infrastructures: hi - human interface.

At IBC 2018, stand O.E02 and 8.D74, Broadcast Solutions, one of Europe’s biggest system integrators, will display its full system integration portfolio and new product developments, highlighting the company’ s vision of the future broadcast and media industry.

Taking part in the Monitor Roadshow Broadcast Solutions Finland is travelling the Nordics to show their system integration know-how and cutting-edge products. The Monitor Roadshow starts with four dates in Finland from September 3-6 stopping in Jyväskylä, Tampere, Turku and Helsinki. The second leg of the tour will take place October 22-25 in southern Sweden hitting cities Malmö, Göteborg, Linköping and Stockholm.