Sony’s Cameras Go the Distance for Whistle Sports’ Closed Course

by Sony Pro Team 06/17/2016

Award-winning global sports media company, Whistle Sports, creates authentic social content for a new generation of sports fans.  The community of over 400 social influencers works with brands, fans, athletes, professional leagues and teams to create engaging and unique media, programming and activations that resonate with over 170 million fans and followers across the network. […] Read More

SONY SHOWS TRIPLE-STREAM ROBOTIC CAMERA AT INFOCOMM 2016

by Sony Pro Team 06/08/2016

SRG-360SHE offers PoE+ alongside 3G-SDI, HDMI, IP H.264 for Webcasting/Viewing/Recording Live Events   Las Vegas (INFOCOMM 2016, Booth #C7708) June 8, 2016 – Sony is expanding its line of SRG robotic cameras with the introduction of the SRG-360SHE 30x robotic model at InfoComm 2016.   The SRG-360SHE is designed for use in classrooms, courtrooms, boardrooms, […] Read More

Suburban Legend: Sony Laser Projectors Help MIT Look into the Future of Suburbia

by Sony Pro Team 06/02/2016

A recent exhibit at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), “The Future of Suburbia,” has an ambitious goal: examining the infrastructure and growth of suburban areas while exploring their complex relationships to urban centers. The exhibit is the result of several years of research by students, faculty and independent experts, all curated by MIT’s Center for […] Read More

Sony Optical Disc Archive Ideal for Small-Scale Productions; ODSD77U Drive, Media A Crucial Part of Any Production

by Sony Pro Team 05/31/2016

  Toronto-based Allan Schwartzenberger is one of a new breed of animal prowling the digital jungle. He’s a “Preditor” – short for producer/editor/director.  His deadliest enemy in this wilderness? Data loss. That’s why he’s traded his tape-based archive system for Sony’s Optical Disc Archive. Schwartzenberger has been working in production and post production for the […] Read More

Sony Creative Software Sells Majority of Products to MAGIX Software GmbH

by Sony Pro Team 05/25/2016

Catalyst Production Suite Remains with Sony for Professional Broadcast and Production Applications Sony Creative Software (SCS) has sold the majority of its products to MAGIX Software GmbH. SCS will remain a part of Sony Electronics and will continue to own and distribute its Catalyst Browse and Catalyst Production Suites. These products will continue to be […] Read More

Sony Redefines High-end Visual Display with New Canvas for Creativity

by Sony Pro Team 05/19/2016

 99% Black Surface Area for High Contrast, High Resolution, Immersive Visuals At InfoComm 2016, Sony will highlight its display capabilities in a big way, re-defining the landscape for large-scale visual entertainment. The new technology, Crystal LED Integrated Structure (CLEDIS™), uses Sony’s ultrafine LEDs in a unique surface mounting structure as its light source to deliver a […] Read More

Getting “Made” In Nashville

by Sony Pro Team 05/18/2016

Made In Network is a YouTube-certified multi-channel network (MCN) based in Nashville, Tennessee, that creates original video programming and series with an influential collection of creators, in addition to successful custom video integrations for their clients, which include some of the world’s top consumer brands.  Garnering more than 70 million views a month and climbing, […] Read More

Technicolor Stays Ahead of HDR Curve with Sony X300

by Sony Pro Team 05/16/2016

Technicolor has been instrumental in defining every display technology throughout its 100-year history, and the company is marking their centennial this year by using one of the latest – Sony’s BVM-X300 OLED HDR 4K professional reference monitor.   The well-known production and post-production house works on features, episodic, and marketing material across the content scale […] Read More

Shot Maker: Tom Zweibel and New York Knicks Score with Sony FS7

by Sony Pro Team 05/05/2016

For Tom Zweibel, digital video producer for the New York Knicks, the workday doesn’t end when the final buzzer sounds. When the game’s over, it’s time to edit all the footage he’s just shot for delivery to any of the Knicks’ internal or external platforms.   Zweibel shoots about 12 to 14 hours of video […] Read More

Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism Connects Campuses with Sony Wireless Streaming System

by Sony Pro Team 05/03/2016

PWS-100RX1 Joins Washington Bureau to Home Campus             When Jeff Prah, Chief Engineer and Coordinator for Technology Training, arrived at Northwestern University’s Medill School 15 years ago, he had a vision for using the Internet to connect campuses and field units for newsgathering.  Now, Sony’s PWS-100RX1 wireless streaming receiver has brought that vision for cost-effective […] Read More