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Hitomi Broadcast to demonstrate live lip-sync alignment at BCA 2020

Cookham Dean, UK, 02 September 2020: Hitomi Broadcast, manufacturer of MatchBox, the industry’s premier audio video alignment toolbox, will demonstrate a broadcasting lineup using its MatchBox solutions with live feeds into the Hitomi virtual stand at BroadcastAsia 2020 which is running from 29th September to 1st October 2020.

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ProSiebenSat.1 streamline their live production workflows with Hitomi

Cookham Dean, UK, 24 August 2020: Hitomi Broadcast, manufacturer of MatchBox, the industry’s premier audio video alignment toolbox, has announced that the Germany-based ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE, Europe’s leading satellite and cable broadcaster, operating television channels, digital VoD platforms and e-commerce brands, has purchased a MatchBox system comprising xFrame, MatchBox Generator and MatchBox Analyser 3G.

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Hitomi on KitPlus Daily Show

Special guest on KitPlus Daily 8th May was Anna Hurd from Hitomi: chatting about life in lockdown, lip-sync and Hitomi's solutions, focusing on our latest product, MatchBox Glass. There's also a great cut-away video demonstrating how Timeline TV are using Glass.

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IABM TV: In conversation with Hitomi Broadcast

Hitomi Broadcast Director, Russell Johnson, discusses the solutions Hitomi offer for lip-sync and beyond and the launch of the Matchbox Glass app with Ben Dales from IABM.

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Hitomi at NAB Show Express

Visit Hitomi at NAB Show Express May 13 - 14, 2020 >

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Check your cameras and mics are in sync using Hitomi Glass - Broadcast Film & Video

You may have noticed that remote live production has really caught on and the advantages it gives means it is here to stay.  Driven by new technologies, remote production is now not only feasible but also highly desirable due to cost savings from greater efficiency. Read the full article from Broadcast Film & Video.

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