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HD OB van for Mariinsky Theater. Video hardware. Exhibition NATEXPO 2007.
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The project was conceived by the Mariinsky’s artistic and general director Maestro Valery Gergiev, who, through the years of service to the theater, has been strongly committed to the idea of turning it into the world’s best opera and ballet company provided with a state-of-the-art live broadcast infrastructure. Given the Mariinsky’s daring plans and intensive tours, as well as enormous interest in Gergiev’s talent in Russia and abroad, the Mariinsky management proposed a plan to acquire a modern mobile TV complex as part of its ambition strategy to reach broad audiences and to capture and broadcast productions from various sites in a full HD format.

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