EDIUS Press Release Archive — 2012
October 23, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., October 23, 2012 — Grass Valley® will showcase its latest media creation innovations at this year's NATEXPO exhibition, taking place in Moscow on November 6-8 at the International Exhibition Center, Pavilion 75, on Stand A50. The show is produced by the National Association of TV and Radio Broadcasters of Russia (NAT) and is the largest of its kind in Russia. NAT provides an ideal platform for international business development and technology exchange.
October 18, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., October 18, 2012 — At this year's CAPER 2012 show in Argentina, Grass Valley® will highlight its latest innovations in file-based live (and edited) production and distribution. The company's new high-definition (HD) cameras, editing systems, media servers, and super slow-motion replay systems—all shown as part of a series of fully integrated, hands-on demonstrations— provide users the ability to work in multiple video formats. This makes return on investment fast and easy, while enhancing the user's ability to work with a wider variety of clients.
August 14, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., August 14, 2012 (SET 2012 Broadcast & Cable, Stand D13/E2) — At the upcoming SET 2012 Broadcast & Cable show in Brazil, Grass Valley™ will demonstrate how acquiring, producing, and distributing all types of high-definition (HD) content with its latest technology solutions can save users time and money, while making their workflows much more efficient.
August 9, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., August 09, 2012 — Utilizing the latest IT and IP technologies, Grass Valley™ is continuing to deliver complete solutions for its customers to develop efficient workflows for live production, news, and multi-platform playout, particularly catering to the need to supply content to the abundance of connected devices available.
June 28, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., June 28, 2012 — Grass Valley™ has begun shipping the highly anticipated latest version of its EDIUS® multiformat nonlinear editing software. EDIUS Pro 6.5 now includes a comprehensive 3D editing workflow and cross-platform codec support.
April 16, 2012
Las Vegas (National Association of Broadcasters Convention — Booth# SL106) April 16, 2012 — The Editors at Broadcast Engineering magazine have recognized the file-based networked newsroom installation at KWQC, which includes a full complement of digital news production technologies from Grass Valley™, as the winner of its prestigious 2012 "Excellence Awards" in the category of "Newsroom Technology."
April 14, 2012
Las Vegas (National Association of Broadcasters Convention – Booth# SL106) April 14, 2012 — Māori Television, New Zealand's National Indigenous Broadcaster and arguably the largest programme production house in NZ, has upgraded its digital news production facilities to a new Grass Valley™ advanced news production solution allowing journalists, producers, and editors to be more creative while completing projects faster and with improved efficiency.
February 24, 2012
San Francisco, Calif. February 24, 2012 — Due to its advanced codec, multiformat file support and unparalleled speed, the Grass Valley™ EDIUS® high-definition (HD), nonlinear video editing software is quickly becoming one of the dominant solutions among editors working in the digital news and professional video production industries. At NAB 2012 Grass Valley will demonstrate the latest version (EDIUS v.6.5), with a comprehensive 3D editing workflow and native support for raw footage captured with digital cinematography cameras from RED Digital.
February 10, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., February 10, 2012 — Visitors to the 2012 Broadcast Engineering Society (BES) Exhibition on February 11-13 at the Pragati Maidan Convention Center in New Delhi will have the opportunity to see hands-on demonstrations of the latest Grass Valley™ high definition, IT-centric live production equipment and systems. The presentation will include two HD camera models, a live production switcher and servers.
January 19, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., January 19, 2012 — Asahi Broadcasting Aomori (ABA), a local All-Nippon News Network facility owned by TV Asahi Corp., and specifically serving the Aomori prefecture of Japan (510,000 households), is completely upgrading its digital news production operations to a high-definition (HD), file-based system from Grass Valley™.