In this article, we’ll explore what MAM is and how media asset management can benefit your teams.
Hear from Nick Dell’Omo, one of our Engineers and TFC developers on how this smart software solution is making productions more efficient and easily scalable.
Learn how centralized production workflows reduce your remote production’s environmental footprint.
With centralized production, ensure that your media is safe and secure with our reliable redundancy and security solutions at a designated datacenter.
Sharing centralized production resources for live broadcast and remote production expands the possibility for efficient remote workflows.
Find top talent and teams to help you streamline the remote production process for live broadcast in sports, entertainment, and beyond.
Discover how centralized film and television production can improve live remote broadcast for sports, entertainment, and more.
“There wasn’t a solution out there that would give us what we wanted, so we decided to build our own.” Neil Smith, of NEP Australia, speaks at NEP Group’s Pittsburgh Field Shop about NEP's broadcast and live events technology, TFC.
For a peek at what’s next in the industry, here are five reasons that new technology developed for IP network connectivity is outpacing baseband to change the face of live events for the better.
An award-winning selection of products and services from Dell Technologies is powering NEP’s Software Defined Datacenter deployment.
Almost a year ago, NEP U.S. Broadcast Services rolled out Supershooter 5, its first fully IP mobile unit to be powered by NEP’s Broadcast Control (TFC), the proprietary software engine powering NEP’s Global Production Ecosystem.
A visit to NEP’s U.S. Mobile Units Integration and Design facility is one shot of technological inspiration after another.
Green screen keying has been a standard technology for the visual effects industry for decades. However, with the advent of virtual technologies such as ICVFX, we are revolutionizing the film industry and the way we do business.
We sat down with some of our resident experts from both our systems integration and live event teams to see what they have learned from one another.
Learn more about how NEP used augmented reality to help Aurora Media and Extreme E create a unique viewer experience for the Extreme E racing series.
Watch a video about some of our virtual and remote solutions
Learn more about our development of the world's smallest low-latency UHD wireless transmitter.
NEP’s DC Hub supports a growing portfolio of innovative US media solutions from NEP, supporting clients today with virtual editing, Remote Commentary, at-home operations, MAM, MCR and live ingest. Take a look at the Hub's capabilities.
Get an easy, effective one-camera studio solution right in your home (or anywhere you need it) to go live for your next virtual event, live stream or traditional broadcast.
How we made an agile edit platform that can scale to become what you need, when you need it, wherever you are….
Take a look inside brand new US-based mobile unit Supershooter 9.
Take a deep dive into IP technology at NEP, and in the broadcast industry, with some of our leading technologists.
Read about big news and new features from our NEP Mediabank team!
Read about how our team at BSI developed a new First Down Camera in 25 days.
Step inside NEP's Supershooter 8, one of our latest HD/4K-capable IP-based mobile units.
Our very own Marc Segar, Director of Technology for NEP Australia, reflects on the two-year milestone of the world's first live-to-air sporting event in IP 2110.
Our CTO Group have a round-table discussion of 4K and 1080p HDR.
Our Specialty Capture team is working to capture new angles, streamline workflows and enhance the viewer experience with the latest technology then have developed in-house.
Read all about the custom sideline cart and graphics box solutions our Bexel team are providing for this year's season.
Learn more about NEP's remote commentary, a cutting-edge solution designed to streamline the creation of regional commentary and/or multiple language feeds.
This is the first in our four-part series about how NEP in bringing IP solutions to life for clients around the globe.
This is the fourth part of our four-part series on IP solutions, which explores new IP OB facilities in the UK.
This is part three of our four-part series on IP solutions, which details NEP U.S.'s latest IP TV truck.
This is the second part of our four-part series on IP solutions, which explores the Andrews Hubs built by NEP Australia.