Broadcast News Archive for May, 2010
20/05/2010 BBC Comedy Launches New-Look Site
The BBC has now unveiled its new-look comedy website featuring a host of exciting new elements, offering users a more immersive experience. Comedy fans can now navigate BBC comedy past, present and

20/05/2010 Digital Vision Unveils New Price Structure
An innovator in image restoration, enhancement, colour correction and data conforming systems has announced an aggressive new pricing structure for its premium restoration solution. The new pricing,

20/05/2010 First Live 3D Transmission Hits Russia
A Russian research/production company, and a 3D film and TV production specialist, recently delivered the first live 3D multi-camera transmission in Russia. General Satellite Corporation, and Can Co

20/05/2010 Happy Birthday Universal Sound!
Foley facility Universal Sound is now celebrating 40 years in the industry and 20 years providing high quality foley tracks. Originally located in Perivale, Universal Sound was taken to the next gene

20/05/2010 Presteigne Provides World Cup Solutions
With this year's English Premiership season drawing to a close, it's now only a matter of weeks before the FIFA World Cup 2010 presents itself to televisions around the globe. Stadiums throughout Sout

20/05/2010 Prime Focus Creates Executive Management Board
A visual entertainment services group has announced the creation of an executive management board to monitor, evaluate and direct the business performance of its London operations. The board, set up b

20/05/2010 TSL Ensures Audio Quality For World Cup
With only weeks to go until the world's most widely viewed sporting event gets underway, TSL Professional Product Group has announced the sale of a dozen of its PAM1-3G8 professional audio monitors.

19/05/2010 'Brando Unauthorized' To Begin Filming
Controversial Director Damian Chapa will soon begin filming his 'unauthorized' feature film about the life of Marlon Brando. The film, Brando Unauthorized, is due to begin filming on July 5th 2010 he

19/05/2010 'Riedel Tuesday…To Go' Free Tutorials Launched
One of the leading manufacturers of intercom, fiber, audio and radio technology has announced the launch of the "Riedel Tuesday … To Go" HD video tutorial series. As a complement to the "Riedel Tue

19/05/2010 Christie Opens 2010 Cannes Film Festival
An innovator in digital cinema and technical partner to the Cannes Film Festival for the fourth year running, has announced that Ridley Scott's Robin Hood (presented out of competition), opened Cannes

19/05/2010 Cinema Expert New Head Of Media
Dr Sarah Barrow has become the new Head of the University of Lincoln's successful School of Media. She succeeds Professor David Sleight who became the University's Dean of Media, Humanities and Tech

19/05/2010 Irish Parliament Proceedings Archived
A provider of scalable media server and active storage systems have announced that the Oireachtas Broadcasting Unit (OBU), part of the Irish National Archive, is using their media storage and processi

19/05/2010 Pictorvision Joins The A-Team
Second Unit DP Larry J. Blanford is always excited when he can get to do aerial work himself. In the case of Twentieth Century Fox's feature version of the 1980s television series The A-Team, he said

19/05/2010 Reliance Mediaworks' London Facility Expands Capacity
India's fastest growing film and entertainment services company and a member of the Reliance ADA group has now expanded its UK operations. Reliance MediaWorks Ltd has installed a second high-end neg

19/05/2010 The Stars Of Digital Shorts Wales 2010 Begin Production
Ray Winstone, known for his work in Nil by Mouth, Sexy Beast and Edge of Darkness, has begun shooting his latest short film in Cardiff titled Jerusalem. Directed by prize winning Director Ryan Andrew

18/05/2010 'Zero Tolerance' For Terror At Cannes
The producers behind Al Gore's Nobel Prize winner An Inconvenient Truth, have launched a new heavyweight documentary at Cannes warning of just how easy nuclear weapons are to acquire. Countdown to Z

18/05/2010 Avid Opens The Avid Centre of Excellence
Digital audio and video technology leader - Avid, has opened the Avid Centre of Excellence (ACE) within its head office at Pinewood Studios, London. ACE has been built to support the demand Avid has

18/05/2010 BECTU Elect First Woman President
The independent trade union for those working in broadcasting, film, theatre, entertainment and interactive media have announced the election their first woman president. Christine Bond was confirme

18/05/2010 Brainstorm Support UK 2010 General Election
A multimedia specialist in real-time 3D interactive graphics solutions for broadcasting and film production has provided a full suite of data driven 2D and 3D graphics for the BBC's recent Election Ni

18/05/2010 Britain's Digital Media Evolution Revealed
A survey into the evolution of digital media in Britain has revealed that while we're not in the 'Dark Ages' when it comes to the progression from physical to digital ownership of media, we're far fro

18/05/2010 Discop Tube To Go Live... For Free!
Creators of the highly successful content markets Discop Africa, Discop East and the recently launched Discop Istanbul have announced its latest innovation, Discop Tube – a free online video library o

18/05/2010 LUFF Announce Premieres and Breakthroughs
Huge, the hotly anticipated debut from British comedian Ben Miller starring BAFTA-winner Noel Clarke and Thandie Newton, will now screen at this year's London UK Film Focus (LUFF). Appearing in the Br

18/05/2010 Pyser-SGI Launch Triple-Award Winning TVLogic
The advanced new TDM-150W Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) 15 inch HD 3D monitor from TVLogic has now been launched. Introduced by Pyser-SGI Limited, and winner of three awards from three top Amer

17/05/2010 dB Broadcast Completes TV Studio
A Cambridgeshire-based systems integrator has recently completed a project to build new television studio and control room for West Thames College at their Isleworth Campus in West London. The contr

17/05/2010 DK 'See What They Hear'
A developer and producer of audio meters, video sync and test signal generators are simplifying the loudness issue by allowing audio engineers to 'see what they hear'. Thanks to the introduction of a