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Student broadcasts, Events, Distance Learning, Campus TV, & Sports


Many schools now offer broadcast production classes to teach career skills and encourage student creativity. With Broadcast Pix integrated production switchers, your students can produce great live video without blowing your budget on a traditional control room. Our unique, customizable approach is a great fit for any school, so one system can help you create basic programs or multi-camera productions with graphics, clips, virtual sets, and more. Let your elementary school students Take Control of the morning announcements, or your high school and university students produce news, talk shows, and live sports coverage for your local PEG channel or website.

Take Control in student production:
  • Plug-and-play all different types of cameras 
  • Access limitless video sources through our network inputs 
  • Control the entire production from your own iPad or laptop
  • Play clips from your Avid, Apple, or Adobe edit suites 
  • Make a production anywhere with integrated Virtual Studios 
  • Stream productions live on the web with one-touch CDN presets 
  • Create custom broadcast-quality graphics with internal CG 
  • Control devices including PTZ cameras, recorders, and streaming appliances 
  • Include social media content in your live productions
  • Seamless integration with BPNet cloud-based video workflow service for secure sharing, converting, and distributing content
         
 

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User Reports



Canadore College Students use Broadcast Pix

                  


Canadore College Students Produce Scoreboard Video for North Bay Battalion Hockey with Broadcast Pix


As part of a unique partnership, students from Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology in North Bay, Ontario, use a Broadcast Pix Granite 2000 integrated production switcher to provide scoreboard video coverage of the North Bay Battalion hockey team at the North Bay Memorial Gardens Sports Arena. Beyond game coverage, students also handle production duties for conferences, ceremonies, and other events at the arena.

We thought this would be an awesome experiential learning opportunity for the students. It’s one of the best options they can have. It’s a real client that requires a certain level of quality and the students perform.” 
        
- Yura Monestime, interim associate dean for media, design and dramatic arts



Ferris State Students use Broadcast Pix

 


Ferris State University Prepares Students for Production Careers with Broadcast Pix

 
With a Broadcast Pix Mica 1000 integrated production switcher in the remote production trailer and a Granite 5000 in the control room, students in the School of Digital Media at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI, get serious training for careers in video production. Student coverage of Ferris State Bulldogs NCAA Division 1 ice hockey is streamed live by the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, while coverage of Division II football is streamed live on the university’s website. In the studio, students produce a variety of programs, including Ferris Sports Update, which is carried by WFQX, the local FOX affiliate.     

We want them to have applied, hands-on experiences. We want them to have an audience, and that’s what these experiences create.”
       
-  Glen Okonoski, coordinator of the School of Digital Media

Webster City High School  

Webster City High School Launches Live Sports Coverage with Broadcast Pix


Webster City High School in Webster City, Iowa, is using a Granite 1000 switcher to produce live coverage of their home sporting events as well as weekly student-produced newscasts. Students really like the Granite system, particularly the PixButtons, which include built-in displays to show the device icon and file name of a clip or graphic.

It’s very easy for them to know what source they’re on and where they’re going. It really makes it easy for them to operate.”

- Mark Murphy, Director of technology




 
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