Broadcast News Archive for February, 2010
18/02/2010 Future's Bright For Bluebolt Digital Projects
An independent VFX post-production facility have announced their new digital projects along with the appointment of Company Chairman. David Jeffers, former Chief Executive Officer of MPC, Technicolor

18/02/2010 Galway Filmmakers 'On Course'
The Galway Film Centre is running courses in filmmaking, writing, and animation for beginners and those with some knowledge. The seven weekend film foundation course starts on Saturday March 6. Part

18/02/2010 Industry Gathers For Irish Film Celebrations
One of the most prestigious nights in the Irish entertainment and cultural calendar, the Irish Film & Television Awards (IFTAs), is shaping up to be a night of great celebration for the industry.̷

18/02/2010 ITV Studio's Iconic Brands Get Mobile
A leading independent television production company has launched a new retail shop, dedicated to mobile product. As part of ITV Studio's strategy to develop and distribute commercial product and con

18/02/2010 Red Bee Media Wins Five VoD Business
A leading media management company in technology and creative solutions has been appointed by Channel 5 Broadcasting to manage all its video on demand (VoD) services. Red Bee Media will be dealing wit

18/02/2010 Sky Movies Showcase HD Channel
Sky Movies have now announced a number of changes to its channel line-up in a bid to make it easier for viewers to find the movies they want to watch from its 21 multiplex screens. To improve channel

17/02/2010 Boss Wins Accolade As UTV Cuts Back
The man said to have been responsible for developing a regional TV station into a multimedia group - while cutting jobs - has been honoured with a local business award. Although taking the company th

17/02/2010 Christie Projects Positive Airbus 'Image'
Christie 3-chip DLP HD10 projectors are to give visitors at prestigious airshows around the world an insight into the Airbus history books and the lowdown on its future A350 wide-body jet. A four-mi

17/02/2010 Four Says Goodbye To 'Friends'
Channel 4 has announced that it is to drop what was originally a massive 'smash-hit sitcom', Friends. Four said this is to free up cash to "refresh its schedule" with original programming and US buy-

17/02/2010 Framestore Adds New Senior Artist To Staff
Framestore has welcomed a new addition to the award winning commercials team. Mark Beardall brings over 10 year's experience to his role as Senior Flame Artist, having worked in several London Post

17/02/2010 Games Consoles Link-up With TV Announced
A far-reaching partnership that will bring the games sector together with the TV industry has been revealed. Edinburgh Interactive - part of the Edinburgh Festival - and the Media Guardian Edinburgh

17/02/2010 Gromit Creator Opens Up In Belfast
Wallace and Gromit are set to make a Belfast appearance this week when one of their creators reveals the secrets of how the Oscar winning duo were brought to life. Jan Sanger - one of the world's mo

17/02/2010 HD Monochrome Movie Wins Awards
A film made by Taiwanese filmmaker Leon Dai has won numerous film festival awards and helped Dai prove that high-quality feature production can be done cost-effectively with the right talent and the r

17/02/2010 Miranda Targets NAB
A company that develops, manufactures and markets high-performance equipment and software has revealed part of its exhibit at the forthcoming NAB expo In Las Vegas. Miranda, whose head office is in M

17/02/2010 VIP 3000 Shipped By DPI
An award‐winning manufacturer of high performance projection systems, Digital Projection International (DPI), has announced the first shipments of the VIP 3000 warp and blend solution. The 300

16/02/2010 Al Sharqiya TV Gets Tyrell Newsroom
A leading creative technology solutions provider for the broadcast and post production industry, Tyrell CCT, has announced that the company has provided a privately owned Iraqi satellite television ch

16/02/2010 Christie And FTT Join Forces
A global leader in visual solutions for business, entertainment and industry, FTT, has announced the successful conclusion of a framework purchasing agreement for 300 Christie Solaria series projector

16/02/2010 Dublin College To Get New Film School
Work is expected to begin this summer on a new national film school in Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) near Dublin. The new 1,315sq/m film school will accommodate 385 stu

16/02/2010 Mytherapy Appoints Head Of Digital
Central London post facility Mytherapy D-Cinelab has appointed a new face to run its Digital Cinema Mastering (DCM) department. They said that David Wilson's experience will enable Mytherapy to offe

16/02/2010 New Dischromatics Website Goes Live
One of Sony's DADC's UK partners, guaranteeing customers high quality CD Replication, DVD Replication and Blu-ray Replication has relaunched its website. Dischromatics is continuing to ensure their cu

16/02/2010 New Lead 3D Artist At Rushes
A renowned UK post-production and special effects company is delighted to announce the appointment of Andy Hargreaves as Lead 3D artist for all commercials going through their 3D department. In his n

16/02/2010 Polecam 'Wins Gold' At Winter Olympics
With a record nine Polecam systems commissioned to provide live video from the Winter Games, the specialist firm was already winning 'gold medal' status, even before the competition commenced in Vanco

16/02/2010 Post House Favours Quantel Workflow Solution
A London post house, LipSync Post, has recently installed a Quantel Genetic Engineering shared workflow solution to support its two Quantel Pablo color correction suites and iQ DI system. All three

Brainstorming International Activities
A 3D interactive graphics supplier of choice for the critical live broadcasts for many of the world’s leading broadcasters, including the BBC, TVE, RTL, TSR, NBC, CNBC, Reuters, Al Jazeera, and MBC Ko

15/02/2010 Arctic Winter For XL Video
An international market leader in the field of video production for events, concert touring and television shows is continuing its close working relationship with the UK's favourite indie rockers The