Burst and EVS have completed another successful joint project at this year’s Tomorrowland – one of the world’s largest electronic music festivals held in Boom, Belgium, at the end of July with simultaneous events happening around the world. The two technology providers built an innovative technical workflow which allowed user-generated content to be included into the festival’s broadcast feed. This project deepened their partnership of delivering robust, efficient mobile-to-broadcast workflows to some of the world’s biggest events.
The EVS/Burst solution let fans attending the events happening simultaneously in Mexico and India also share media. Broadcast teams were able to quickly and easily take user-generated content from around the world and include it into the workflow. The flexibility to include content in this way gave viewers watching the broadcast at home a unique and engaging perspective of the festival.
« This year, Tomorrowland fans were able to share and consume videos in a way that’s never been possible before. Our partnership with EVS continues to grow and deepen as we work with broadcasters and live event producers to engage more audiences worldwide.”
Tim Graves, SVP of Product and Business Development for Burst
Demonstrations of the Burst and EVS integrated mobile-to-broadcast solution will be available at IBC2015 on the EVS booth 8.B90.