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04/23/2017 Panasonic Media Entertainment Company (PMEC), Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Adds 2K RAW Output Up to 240fps To VariCam LT 4K Cinema Camcorder
04/23/2017 Panasonic Media Entertainment Company (PMEC), Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Unveils 360-Degree Live Camera System With Uncompressed 4K Output
04/23/2017 FOX Sports South Installs Panasonic AK-UB300 4K Box, AW-HR140 Outdoor PTZ and AW-HE130 HD PTZ Cameras for Beauty Shots at Braves’ New SunTrust Park
04/23/2017 Panasonic Media Entertainment Company (PMEC), Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Introduces AU-XPD3 expressP2 Drive, Industry’s Fastest Offload Device with Thunderbolt3
04/23/2017 Panasonic Media Entertainment Company (PMEC), Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Introduces AV-HLC100 Live Production Center Combining Switcher, PTZ Camera Control and Audio Mixing Functions For One-Person AV Production
04/23/2017 Panasonic Media Entertainment Company (PMEC), Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Develops Versatile 16.5-Inch FHD Video Monitor With 10-Bit LCD Panel, AC/DC Power Supply
04/23/2017 Clemson Athletics Gears Up for New ACC Television Network With Panasonic AK-HC5000 High-Speed Camera Systems
04/23/2017 Panasonic Media Entertainment Company (PMEC), Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Introduces AW-HR140 Integrated PTZ Camera with Dust, Water-Resistant Enclosure that Eliminates Need for Outdoor Housing
04/23/2017 Panasonic Media Entertainment Company (PMEC), Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Announces LiveCTRL iPad Control and Switching Application for Integrated PTZ Cameras
04/23/2017 Panasonic Media Entertainment Company (PMEC), Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Expands Collaboration with LiveU for Improved IP Connectivity over Multiple Cellular Networks for AVC-ULTRA Camcorders
Digital Danger Video Wins Panasonic Kid Witness News Competition

A new video, entitled "Face to Face," uses cinematography inspired by horror films to show how a teenager's online relationship with a stranger spirals into danger. It was written, produced and directed by students at Val Verde High School in Perris, CA, and won the 2015 Panasonic Kid Witness News “Best Video of the Year” for the U.S. The California student documentary is also a finalist in Panasonic’s Kid Witness News Global Awards contest to take place in August in Singapore. Panasonic is now accepting submissions for next year’s competition.Read More

Indy 500 in Millions of Pixels and Trillions of Colors

Delivering content in real time to nearly 400,000 fans attending the world's premier motorsport racing event featuring cars exceeding speeds of 200 miles-per-hour on a 2.5 mile oval track for 500 laps, can be challenging.Read More

Designing a Greener Commute

Grousing about gridlock is a common ritual at morning and afternoon business meetings, but not at Panasonic’s Newark, NJ headquarters, now that more than half of employees commute by public transportation.Read More

Getting Girls Engaged in STEM

A recent report by the Congressional Joint Economic Committee estimates that about 14 percent of engineers in the workforce across the country are women.Read More

Redefining NFL Fans' Game Day Experience

Philadelphia Eagles fans experienced the intensity and excitement of the National Football League like never before – up close and personal – with state-of-the-art, high-definition LED video boards.Read More

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