Delivering uncompromised image quality, Sony's HDC Series cameras are the industry's leading choice for broadcast live production from news to talk to major league sports. For smaller studio operations our HXC Full HD line offers high performance and field-proven operability. Learn more ›
Sony offers a line of full-size and compact, live and post production switchers that meet various production demands thanks to a new generation of processor support for all video production signal formats from SD to 3G. The systems are easily expandable, so you can buy what you need now and expand later. Learn more ›
Sony's ELC Live Production Control Automation system is designed to meet growing demands by broadcasters for newsroom automation to enhance operational efficiency and newsroom productivity. ELC can help increase on-air time without increasing cost. It manages all newsroom control functions from a dedicated operator position. These include video and sound sources; studio cameras and audio; playout servers; DDRs; and graphic devices. The system is fully integrated with NRCS using an ActiveX plug-in to continuously monitor the playlist and automatically prepare assets for the next cue. Learn more ›
IP Live Production
The future of broadcasting is here. Sony's IP Live Production technology is innovation at its very best. Now you can get accurate, broadcast-quality, full HD AV transmission over an IP network. With seamless synchronization of data over IP, live production is now truly anytime, anywhere.
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Productions become ever-more elaborate. Distribution channels proliferate. What doesn't change? The number of hours per day and days per week. Need to get content to air faster than the competition? Sony's Media Backbone™ Enterprise Management System can help. The System organizes your existing cutting, finishing, transcoding, play-to-air, new media distribution and archiving operations as "services" in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). The result is a more connected, more unified, and far more efficient operation. Sony's Media Backbone Production System provides powerful metadata tagging which enables production assistants to log footage, tag game highlights live, and begin editing while ingesting material. Learn more ›
Sony offers a variety of ENG camcorders both in a shoulder-mount or handheld form factor. Our ergonomically designed shoulder mount cameras offer stunning imaging performance up to 1080/60p. They're the perfect balance of performance and practicality for all-day electronic newsgathering shooting applications, with networking features that enable field-to-air flexibility like never before. Our handheld memory camcorders offer high quality XAVC™ recording capability, high sensitivity and low noise. Wireless streaming, remote control, file transfer and monitoring via smartphones or tablet allows users even more creative freedom and flexibility.
If you can't wait for the whole world to see what you're seeing, Sony's XDCAM® camcorders stream remarkably high quality at surprisingly low cost. Based on our unsurpassed expertise in digital transmission and encoding, we developed unique Quality of Service (QoS) technology that dramatically improves the clarity that's possible on a single, affordable cellular channel. You can also stream de facto standard MPEG-TS. And transfer proxy or full-res files with bit-for-bit accuracy. And control your camcorder, right from a tablet or smartphone. Learn more ›
Ci Media Cloud Services
From customizable ingest processing to built-in high-speed Aspera transfers to hybrid archiving support with Optical Disc Archive - rest assured that Ci can help propel your stations into the network-based future. Ci can help you eliminate redundant activities like ingest and transcode; establish a cloud-based catalog with API support; and unify linear and OTT content preparation. View video ›
Sony's archiving solutions offer reliable and economical long-term storage suitable for broadcast stations. As information technology continues to progress, broadcast companies and cable stations are working with ever-growing quantities of digital data. Sony's Optical Disc Archive system has been developed to help these organizations achieve safe, long-term storage of video, photos, text, and other important digital assets.
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