CINEMA 4D R21 RECEIVES NEWSCASTSTUDIO ‘BROADCAST PRODUCTION AWARD’

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Cinema 4D has a legendary reputation as a central broadcast motion graphics tool used at nearly every major newsroom around the world including ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, Disney, ESPN, NFL, CNN, A&E, BET, Bravo, Discovery, PBS, Al Jazeera, Showtime, SKY, BBC, and others. Our AMPAS SciTech-Award-winning MoGraph toolset, in particular, gives artists an intuitive and powerful suite of tools to create everything from animated 3D flying logos and abstract graphics to title designs that make it easy to meet their storytelling needs.

We’re pleased to announce that NewscastStudio, the trade publication for television creative professionals, has honored Cinema 4D Release 21 with a Broadcast Production Award  for “Best New Product or Service” in the Production category. Now in its eleventh year, the contest honors the best in creative production and technical achievement for products introduced in 2019.

“Maxon is committed to continued innovation that delivers broadcast creative professionals with the flexibility and 3D technology required to convey information quickly and meet the needs of the ever-evolving, 

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fast-paced news production environment,” says Dave McGavran, CEO, Maxon. “We are delighted the broadcast industry has recognized the advances to the overall core performance in R21 that are transforming our clients’ motion graphics workflow.”

Dak Dillon, editor of NewscastStudio, explains the overall awards were judged by a panel of over 30 industry veterans. The Product/Services categories were evaluated on the case studies and information submitted and how the new product or service solves a problem in the world of broadcast/production, how useful the product is, and the value it represents for end-users.

“This year's Broadcast Production Awards were our most competitive yet with over 40 categories and hundreds of entries,” said Dillon. "Winners hailed from five continents and represent the latest in creative design, storytelling and production."