Fujinon HD Lenses | High Definition Production ​ 

Joyce Meyer Ministries, a global nonprofit based in Fenton, Mo., communicates the gospel to people around the world through practical Bible teaching, humanitarian aid and sophisticated media technologies.  With a potential broadcast audience of more than 4.5 billion people reaching two-thirds of the world, its signature program, “Enjoying Everyday Life,” airs daily on more than 400 stations worldwide in 39 different languages. For its recent transition to high-definition production, the ministry purchased 10 new Fujinon lenses through Houston-based Broadcast Technical Services.

2010

 Joyce Meyer Ministries | High Definition Upgrade ​ 

Our broadcast engineer Brian Laschober partnered with Bill McKee of Broadcast Technical Services in Houston to create a multicam system that is rack mounted in flight packs so it can be shipped anywhere in the world. We use the new Sony HSC-300 triax cameras recording to Sony XDCAM HD 4:2:2 at 50Mb 1080i. The flight packs are engineered as HD-SDI throughout and switched on a Ross Synergy switcher. We use Miranda multi-view and routing technology and Sony and Marshall monitoring.

2010

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