Inter TV, Sistema Clube and Canal Rural are three of the Brazilian channels that recently implemented Studio CG as a central part of their PCR broadcast workflow. NBA House, the themed space of the American Basketball League that visited Rio de Janeiro, during the Olympics, in August, had its giant screens operated by it. And Riot Games, the video game company famous for League of Legends, uses wTVision’s graphics and video controller for its broadcasts and live streamings in Brazil, Chile and Mexico.
Inter TV, a Rede Globo’s affiliated station, started to broadcast with Studio CG, on five of its TV channels, in 2015. The project is running on its full capacity since the beginning of 2016. The solution implemented by wTVision in Inter TV Cabo Frio and Campos Goytacazes (both in the state of Rio de Janeiro) and Inter TV Ipatinga (Minas Gerais State), includes two Studios CG for each location, video servers, video edition tools, MAM, 3D graphics platform engine, MediaTools for SDi and File-Based Ingest/Trimm and several licenses for Studio CG ActiveX, integrating Studio CG plugin into InterTV NRCS.
Sistema Clube, an affiliate of Rede Bandeirantes, also reached the final stage of its PCR Automation implementation in 2016. The solution applied in Sistema Clube has some similarities with the one adopted by Inter TV (two Studios CG, video server, video edition tools, MediaTools and MAM) but in this case the workflow includes the integration with Go Social, the already existent Vizrt graphic engine and Studio CG ActiveX is used, in Sistema Clube, as a plugin for ENPS.
In Canal Rural, a cable channel focused on agriculture and cattle raising, wTVision also implemented Go Social, its social media integration and moderation tool, besides several other integrations (that included Studio CG ActiveX for ENPS). wTVision’s cloud solution to curate social media content generates personalized feeds with content from Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and can be integrated with Studio CG to generate broadcast graphics.
For the NBA-themed space, that was open to the public in Rio de Janeiro between August 12 and 21, wTVision operated the giant screen at the venue through Studio CG and, at the same time, had another operator managing the NBA House internal TV channel production.
Finally, the successful partnership between Riot Games and wTVision, that has been going on for almost two years, optimizing eSports broadcast in multiple countries. It started in São Paulo, Brazil, and then spread to other points of Latin America, namely Chile and Mexico. Studio CG is the software in charge of the graphics for the recurrent live events of League of Legends taking place in Brazil, Chile and Mexico. wTVision also provides support to the international events held by Riot Games in Brazil and Chile.