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Broadcast Solutions

From JoeCo

Trusted Multi-channel Recording for Broadcast

From reality TV and sports OB vans to film-sets and the flagship shows of the world’s biggest broadcasters, JoeCo is the audio professional’s choice for mission critical, high quality broadcast ready multichannel recording. With references including the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Formula One, The Grammy Awards, the Great British Bake Off, Later With Jools Holland and many more, it’s perhaps no wonder that the JoeCo BLACKBOX Recorder is considered an industry standard. Find out more about the rock solid reliability and easy operation of our 64 channel MADI  and Dante BLACKBOX recorders, our 24 channel analogue multitrack recorders, and new 24 channel BLUEBOX audio interface recorders, with a unique back up feature to ensure your source recordings are never lost.

Solution Examples

Here are some examples of what our systems can be used for in Broadcast

Multi-track recording of Concerts

Multi-track recording of Reality TV shows

Multi-track recording of Sports Entertainment

Line checking for OB Vans

Timestamped recording synchronised to video

Some of Our Clients

Case Studies

The 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil

During the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, 64 channel JoeCo BLACKBOX BBR64-MADI multi-track recorders were deployed in all seven stadiums. Recording 64 channels of pristine, broadcast ready audio in every venue, the BLACKBOX recorders were relied upon to capture ambient noise from fans and players alike, ensuring that every moment of the tournament was preserved for later use in post-production. Microphones were placed around each of the stadiums and all audio was fed to the BBR64-MADI BLACKBOX recorders over optical cables. All 64 channels were then captured in industry standard Broadcast WAV format on an external USB drive which could be instantly removed for quick and easy transfer of the files into post-production. The external drive could also be quickly replaced in time for the next match, meaning that while one match was in post, the next was being recorded with no need to switch out any equipment bigger than a USB drive.

The Choice of Broadcast Professionals

Discover more about the JoeCo Recorders in Broadcast by clicking on one of the following products