Broadcast News Archive for July, 2007
18/07/2007 Freeland Returns To BBC As Head Of Comedy
Mark Freeland is to take up one of the key creative roles in the BBC – across an area that has produced many of Britain's best loved and influential series from 'Only Fools And Horses' to 'The Office'

18/07/2007 Grand Slam Success For Gearhouse Broadcast
Broadcast Solutions provider Gearhouse Broadcast has completed a successful Wimbledon for host broadcaster BBC. Working with Adrian Kingston, the BBC Outside Broadcasts’ Engineering Manager responsib

18/07/2007 PixelDrive II Escapes Into The Park
Radical Lighting’s new PixelDrive 2 system was used to drive eight plasma screens and LED lighting in the Polysexual (hard house) arena at the Escape To The Park Festival in Singleton Park, Swansea.

18/07/2007 Robert Carlyle To Star in Spy Drama ‘I Know You Know’
Emmy nominee Robert Carlyle, who found fame in ‘The Full Monty’ and ‘Trainspotting’, is set to star in writer-director Justin Kerrigan’s new feature film ‘I Know you Know’. Carlyle will take the lea

18/07/2007 Twofour Awarded Parliament Coverage Contract
Twofour has announced that it has been awarded a three year contract to support and host webcasts of all proceedings from the House of Commons and House of Lords. The webcasts include live coverage o

17/07/2007 Blitz Installs Chyron HyperX HD/SD-Switchable Graphics System
Chyron Corporation has announced that Blitz has installed a Chyron HyperX HD/SD-switchable graphics system with Lyric PRO to provide sophisticated, live 3D graphics and animations for many of Europe’s

17/07/2007 Clipstore Wins Bronze Medal At New York Festival's Radio Broadcasting Awards
Clipstore of Leeds, UK, has beaten off a prestigious international line-up, including the U.S. public broadcasting organisation ABC Radio Networks, in winning a bronze medal at the New York Festival's

17/07/2007 Evolutions Gets Its Teeth Into 'Ocean of Fear'
Evolutions is close to finishing the online edit for 'Ocean of Fear', the opening programme in this year's Shark Week series For Discovery US. The programme has been produced by writer & director Rich

17/07/2007 Festival Of Fantastic Film Returns To The Northwest
The Festival of Fantastic Films returns to the Northwest, as Manchester Conference Centre and Days Hotel will host the thrilling event for the fourth consecutive year, from 31 August until 2 September

17/07/2007 Film Course For Aspiring Tarantinos
Students from schools in South Wales are to attend a two-week residential film school to be held at the Bournemouth Screen Academy, alongside fellow filmmakers from London and the Bournemouth area. T

17/07/2007 Golden Square On A Roll With Andrex
Golden Square and Patricia Murphy Films have collaborated to produce an inspired piece of emotional storytelling for Andrex. Similar to a short film, ‘Car’ takes us into the charming world of a misc

17/07/2007 Jeff Siegel Appointed Vice President Of Home Entertainment In The Americas
FremantleMedia Enterprises has announced the appointment of Jeff Siegel to the position of Vice President, Home Entertainment, the Americas. In this position, Siegel will manage FremantleMedia’s curr

17/07/2007 Ross Video Appoints Peter Chartrand
Ross Video has announced the appointment of Peter Chartrand, as Regional Sales Manager for Northeast USA. Chartrand will be based in Ottawa and will report to Kyle Luther, National Sales Manager fo

16/07/2007 Dassault Expands Video Production Operations With Lightworks Alacrity Network
The Dassault Group is best known for its excellence in the field of military and civil aviation, but the group has far-ranging interests, notably including Dassault Sytèmes, Socpress-Le Figaro and the

16/07/2007 Emma Hurt Joins Pharos
Emma Hurt has joined the Pharos sales team as a key accounts manager for the company's range of desktop media management and control systems including Mediator, Playtime and Pilot. Hurt commenced her

16/07/2007 FlashMic Microphone Awarded To 'New Voice' Winner
The prestigious Syngenta ABSW Science Writers' Awards took place at The Royal Society in London and saw New Voice category winner Anna Lacey receive her prize of a FlashMic Digital Recording Microphon

16/07/2007 FremantleMedia Enterprises Announce Major Deals Across Asia
David Ellender, CEO, FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME), has announced a series of major deals concluded across Asia in the lead up to the 2007 China International Film and TV Programmes Exhibition in B

16/07/2007 Krall To Step Down From Avid
The board of directors of Avid Technology has announced that David Krall will step down from his positions as President, Chief Executive Officer, and board member of the company, at the end of July.

16/07/2007 Pyser-SGI Delivers Fujinon Lenses To BBC Studios
Exclusive UK/Ireland distributor Pyser-SGI Ltd recently delivered six Fujinon 2/3 inch format DigiPower high definition ENG style lenses to BBC Studios, part of BBC Resources Ltd, for use in the updat

16/07/2007 Supercinema Clarici Installs Kodak Digital Cinema Solution
Kodak has announced that Supercinema Clarici, in Foligno, Italy continues its transformation into one of the country's finest cinemas with the installation of the proven Kodak Digital Cinema solution.

16/07/2007 XL Video Does Live Earth
XL Video supplied one of their new HD PPUs, cameras, screens and 30 crew to the Live Earth London show staged on 7 July 2007 at Wembley Stadium. Broadcast live on BBC One and Two and presented by Jon

13/07/2007 BRITDOC Festival Returns To Oxford For Second Year
After a hit first year, BRITDOC ‘07, "the energetic festival for documentary film," returns to Keble College, Oxford for three days from July 25 to 27. BRITDOC will bring together many of the most i

13/07/2007 Chyron Delivers High Speed Graphics For 2007 NASCAR on TNT Summer Series
Chyron Corporation has announced that Turner Sports, a division of Turner Broadcasting System and Time Warner, has upgraded 13 of its HyperX, high-performance graphics and playout systems to include H

13/07/2007 Double Gold For New Moon
New Moon has struck Olympic gold again with their creative work for the successful Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Bid. Confirming that company's credentials in the fiercely competitive world of spor

13/07/2007 GCADT 'One Of The Best Courses In The World'
The Computer Animation course at Glamorgan Centre for Art & Design Technology has recently been voted one of the top courses by an international panel of experts from the film, TV and computer games i