Broadcast News Archive for July, 2005
01/07/2005 Avolites prove popular at Glastonbury 2005
Avolites once again proved it was the most popular festival console of choice at Glastonbury, with numerous desks used to run lighting in a huge variety of areas across the site. On the Acoustic stag

01/07/2005 Channel sends top team to NatWest Island Games XI
Channel Television is sending a team of experienced sports journalists and production staff to one of the remotest locations in the British Isles for this year's NatWest Island Games. Presenters Murr

01/07/2005 New miniature microphones on hire from Picture Canning
Broadcast and facilities firm Picture Canning Company has taken delivery of three DPA4066 Miniature Microphone Headbands, from Sound Network. The solution to many a miking problem, in situations wher

01/07/2005 Shepperton Studio's book celebrates 75th year
Shepperton Studios' 75th anniversary celebrated by a book on studio's illustrious history. For the first time an official and authorised book will be published to not only celebrate the event but to

01/07/2005 Siemens Business Services to provide satellite services to Live8
Siemens Business Services has announced that it will deliver record-breaking satellite services for the largest global live transmission in history – the Live8 concerts - to Live8 Productions and to t

01/07/2005 Sony demonstrates world’s first commercially available 4K projector
At Cinema Expo this year, Sony is demonstrating the world’s first commercially available ‘4K’-pixel projector. The SXR-R110 projector uniquely bridges the gap between today’s 2K standard and the futu

01/07/2005 TMR Digital puts archives a mouse click away with The Archivist
TMR Digital, part of The VTR Group, is set to make managing vast quantities of archive material simple and cost effective with The Archivist, its new online archive management tool. The idea of devel