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Focusrite RedNet Helps AMV Ring in the New Year at the Times Square Broadcast with a Networked Approach to Signal Transport

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New York City’s New Year’s celebration broadcast is the biggest in the country, and fittingly this year’s saw an entirely new networked approach to linking numerous stages and locations via a network of RedNet units, designed by All Mobile Video

Los Angeles, CA – A campus employing components from Focusrite’s RedNet range of Dante™-networked audio converters and interfaces provided flawless and comprehensive connectivity for multiple stages and locations throughout Times Square for the annual ABC broadcast of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest, featuring performances by Nick Jonas, Mariah Carey, Neil Diamond, Andy Grammer and others. The live performances from the Times Square stages were all linked via a RedNet network, designed by Ian Vysick (Audio Development Specialist at All Mobile Video [AMV], the broadcast video provider for the event) and veteran A1 Bob Aldridge (who has mixed the audio for the broadcast for the past 17 years). A large arsenal of RedNet components created a seamless and reliable AoIP network that has revolutionized the way this legendary broadcast event has been managed, and will take it decades into the future.

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