Broadcast News Archive for July, 2010
02/07/2010 Sony Mic To Run Switch-over Packages
Easing the upgrade path for the frequency switchover in 2012, Sony has announced that all of its digital wireless microphone systems (DWX) will now be sold with modification packages in order to safeg

02/07/2010 Spanish Venue For Multi Platform School
A multi platform course is taking place in sunny southern Spain next month. The course, which is aimed at content professionals in the media arena, is devoted to the business models and monetizing of

01/07/2010 BBC Cuts Target Pay And Pensions
The BBC has announced plans to overhaul its staff pension scheme, cut top salaries and open up 'secret' celebrity pay deals for scrutiny. So-called 'millionaire BBC celebrities' are to face having th

01/07/2010 EM Media Award Is Film Festival 'Hat Trick'
Edinburgh has recognised a top filmmaker with the Michael Powell Award for Best New British Feature Film at this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) going to Skeletons. Co-financed by

01/07/2010 Enhance Wins Certification For System
A leading data storage designer and manufacturer for digital media production, Enhance Technology, has announced the certification of its RS8 SS professional SAS RAID storage system using Bluefish444'

01/07/2010 French TV Lit-Up With Litepanels
The French TV broadcasting network has equipped its studio in Bordeaux with eleven Litepanels 1x1 flood lighting fixtures by the supplier K5600 Lighting from Bouafle, France. Didier Gorbaty, Director

01/07/2010 ITV Studio's Best House For Spain
The Spanish arm of ITV Studios has been commissioned by Antena 3 to produce a local version of the hit entertainment reality show May the Best House Win in Spain. Entitled Mi Casa es la Mejor, the

01/07/2010 Showtime For BBC Films' Showreels
The beginning of July saw the online launch of BBC Films' Showreel, showcasing a variety of recent projects reflecting BBC Films commitment to bring original and distinctive British films to the Briti

01/07/2010 Silent Air Conditioning Boosts Broadcasters
A Yorkshire based company has developed a virtually silent AC system for broadcast and post production studios. Silentair have designed a system with an operational noise level of under 15dB even at

01/07/2010 Strike Action Looms As BBC Pay Deal Falters
Last-ditch efforts are being made to avoid a potentially damaging strike taking place at the BBC over failed pay negotiations. The broadcast union BECTU has already warned that it believes a strike b