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Grass Valley Highlights New Products in the 2017 Hollywood Professional Association Tech Retreat Innovation Zone

MONTREAL, February 13, 2017 — Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, will showcase two of its unique, industry-proven solutions at the annual Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) Tech Retreat, taking place February 20-24th at the Hyatt Regency in Indian Wells, California. Grass Valley's LDX 86N native UHD/4K camera and GV Node with IPG-3901 SDI/IP Gateway including TR-03 functionality will both be on display in the conference's Innovation Zone, an area where companies demonstrate revolutionary products that improve and streamline the production process for today's and tomorrow's media and entertainment professionals.

"As consumers demand content of greater quality and quantity, media and entertainment professionals need equipment and workflow solutions that can invigorate and grow the business. From cameras to switchers to processing platforms, every piece of equipment is integral to producing optimal content for viewers," said Alex Keighley, western region sales director, Grass Valley. "We are proud to highlight our LDX 86N camera and TR-03 functionality through the GV Node and IPG-3901 SDI/IP gateway, two important pieces of the high-quality production puzzle, at this year's HPA Tech Retreat."

The HPA Tech Retreat is a technology-focused assembly of the media and entertainment industry's top engineering, technical and creative talent, as well as strategic business leaders. Professionals attend the event to learn, network and converse about innovative products and new ideas in all aspects of digital cinema, post production, film, television, video, broadcast, live mobile production and related technology areas.

Conference attendees can visit the Innovation Zone throughout the Tech Retreat to learn more about Grass Valley's LDX 86N camera which offers multispeed and multiformat options, lending itself to varied programming needs. Grass Valley will also demonstrate the routing and manipulation of video and audio content into the IP domain by leveraging the VSF TR-03 recommendation based in the GV Node and IPG-3901 SDI/IP Gateway. Through this combination of technology, media and entertainment professionals will observe a functional workflow of baseband-to-IP conversion.

In addition to product demonstrations, Grass Valley senior account manager Mark Chiolis will moderate a panel on "Remote and Mobile Production" on Thursday, February 23rd at 8:45 a.m. PT, alongside other industry experts.


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About Grass Valley

Grass Valley is a trusted partner completely focused on empowering customers to create, control and connect content wherever, however and whenever it is consumed. In this ever-changing media landscape, content remains the most important element. Many of our customers are faced with the need to create and support new workflows while continuing to operate their legacy workflows, simultaneously broadcasting through traditional channels, Over-The-Top platforms, and Video-On-Demand as well as to tablets, PCs, and mobile devices.

We provide the innovative tools and expertise to help customers improve the efficiency of their operations while telling better stories to attract and keep viewers. With Grass Valley's integrated solutions that enable flexibility, efficiency, cost-effectiveness, quality and scalability, broadcasters and content creators have what they need to sustain their businesses. Headquartered in Montreal, Grass Valley has been in the broadcast business for nearly 60 years and is part of St. Louis-based Belden Inc. For more information, visit

Belden, Belden Sending All The Right Signals, and the Belden logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Belden Inc. or its affiliated companies in the United States and other jurisdictions. Grass Valley, GV Node, IPG-3901,and LDX 86N are trademarks or registered trademarks of Grass Valley. Belden Inc., Grass Valley, and other parties may also have trademark rights in other terms used herein.



Bénédicte Fauveau

Media Relations Specialist