Broadcast News Archive for April, 2002
03/04/2002 5D to present Doyle's 'Lord Of The Rings' work
Media solutions developer 5D are to host a special presentation during NAB 2002 by Peter Doyle, lead digital colourist on The Lord of The Rings trilogy. Doyle will demonstrate the workflow and innova

03/04/2002 Dolby announce programme for NAB conference
Dolby Laboratories will be have unveiled their new audio technology products and seminars at NAB 2002 booth L19535. The company will be hosting an educational panel, and demonstrating its entire sui

03/04/2002 Football chiefs ponder £130m pay-off from ITV Digital
The Football League has sounded a more conciliatory note in its battle to hold ITV Digital to £178 million it still owes from a £315 million contract to televise lower league football. It is understo

03/04/2002 IBM showcase media solutions at NAB 2002
IBM will be showcasing technologies and media solutions that allow broadcasters to realise cost savings and prepare new revenue streams at NAB, booth L20151, in the New South Hall of the Las Vegas Con

03/04/2002 Innovative IDX battery systems technology at NAB
IDX Technology will be on show at booth L11349 of NAB in Las Vegas. As an industry innovator of battery system technology, the company will have IDX Technology Europe Managing Director Tony O'Connor

03/04/2002 Proximity set to unveil xenomotion at NAB
Proximity are set to introduce xenomotion – their real-world solution for the browse, transfer, transcode and distribution of video, stills and audio content – at NAB2002. As well as many non-proprie

03/04/2002 Redundancy fears at BBC Milton Keynes
A new commissioning strategy at the Open University could mean job cuts for BBC Milton Keynes staff. The university, which has traditionally used the BBC's Open University Production Centre (OUPC) a

03/04/2002 Rushes completes post work on crisp commercial
Rushes have completed post-production work on a series of advertisements for McCoys crisps. The three advertisements entitled 'Spilt Crisps', 'Burp' and 'Empties' were finished with Discreet's Fire t

02/04/2002 Belfast company previews products for NAB
Belfast-based codec manufacturer APT will be attending the NAB Convention L3243 to show the latest additions to its data compression range. The company have enjoyed significant success in the US mark

02/04/2002 MTI unveil their latest solutions at NAB
Mathematical Technologies Inc (MTI) will introduce a series of broadcast solutions for post-production facilities at NAB 2002, booth L7209. Among the products on view will be the IntelliDeck 2002 –

02/04/2002 Omneon expands its European operation
Media server system provider Omneon Video Networks have appointed Steve Haines as Technology and Applications Manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Based at Omneon’s European offic

02/04/2002 Pepper appoints Head of Quality Control
London-based post-production house Pepper have announced the appointment of Iain Cameron in the newly-created role of Head of Quality Control (QC). Cameron joins Pepper from HIT Entertainment where h

02/04/2002 Philips solution for TV and IP content delivery launched
Philips are set to launch a system for cable and telecommunications operators at NAB which is designed to accelerate the convergence of traditional broadcasting and Internet Protocol (IP) content deli

02/04/2002 RTL adopts DataDirect Networks' Silicon Storage Appliance
RTL Television, Germany's largest television network, have selected a DataDirect Networks S2A 6000 Silicon Storage Appliance as the storage network backbone of their Integrated News Editing System (IN

02/04/2002 Smoke & Mirrors new duo boost production team
High-end London post-production company Smoke & Mirrors (S&M) have attracted the talents of two of London’s leading Flame artists, and added a new producer to boost its in-house production team. Join

02/04/2002 The Open Group awarded conformance testing contract
The Multimedia Home Platform Test Consortium have asked the Open Group to develop an MHP conformance test suite. The Open Group, specialists in technology enterprise interoperability, were awarded th