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Engineering Emmys: Tech that Addressed Remote Production

Labor News, Industry News

Reprinted from Deadline Hollywood by Patrick Hipes on October 8, 2020.

The Television Academy on Thursday revealed winners of its 72nd Engineering Emmy Awards, with four of the nine companies honored for developing and deploying remote production technology that has become invaluable in a year in which the industry saw widespread shutdowns because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Evercast, HP Inc’s ZCentral Remote Boost, Sohonet’s ClearView Flex and Teradici were singled out by the TV Academy “for recognition in addressing issues related to COVID-19.”

Other winners include the companies and individuals behind Apple ProRes, CODEX RAW Workflow and Epic Games for its real-time 3D Unreal Engine. A total of nine companies and five individuals will receive Emmys this year (see the full list at the source).

Deadline Hollywood 10/8

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