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IBC innovation honour for Riedel

The Riedel MediorNet-employing Red Bull Air Race was victorious in the Content Creation category at this year’s IBC Innovation Awards.
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The international judging panel gave the Content Creation Award to the Red Bull Air Race for its use of fiber-based distribution of all communications and HD video and audio content via Riedel’s MediorNet technology.

SIVision Outside Broadcast and West4Media Production were also involved in coverage of the Red Bull Air Race series, which encompasses high-profile air race events that require competitors to negotiate a number of obstacles.

Thomas Riedel (pictured), managing director of Riedel Communications, commented: “The Red Bull Air Race is one our most prestigious and technologically advanced projects. We are proud to be recognised by the IBC for our work. I would like to thank the IBC and everyone in the team for his effort to make this project happen.”

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