Broadcast News Archive for November, 2014
03/11/2014 Autoscript Supports Breast Cancer Care Show
Autoscript has revealed how it provided a range of equipment for Breast Cancer Care's fashion show in London on October 1, 2014. The event, hosted by Kirsty Young and Sophie Raworth, was held at L

03/11/2014 Industry To Grow To $44.3bn By 2017
The global broadcast and media technology industry was worth $39 billion in 2012 and is projected to grow to $44.3 billion in 2017, according to new research by the IABM (International Association of

03/11/2014 Pino Daniele Turns To DPA Mics
Italian singer/songwriter Pino Daniele has selected a range of DPA mics, including the company's d:facto™ Vocal Microphone. Fabrizio Facioni, Daniele's sound engineer, said: "I like its sound. It's

03/11/2014 Production News – Expanse Comes To Pinewood
New US sci-fi series The Expanse will be recording at Pinewood Toronto Studios over the next several months. A statement from Pinewood said the show would be recorded on Stage 7 and Stage 8, as wel

03/11/2014 RCS Aids Senate Debate
Reality Check Systems worked with the US government and elections team at Twitter to customise one of its Twitter Bullet mobile graphics workstations for the broadcast of Chicago Tonight's 2014 U.S. S

03/11/2014 SCTE Balkan Broadband Conference Hailed A Success
The SCTE has announced that its sixth Balkan Broadband conference and exhibition at the Holiday Inn, Belgrade, on 2 October attracted approximately 250 delegates and 26 exhibitors and sponsors. Sup

03/11/2014 Spectrecom Films Acquires Kennington Studio Space
Production company Spectrecom Films has acquired new studio space at Kennington in London. The company intends to put its new 3,550 sq ft (74' x 48') main studio up for hire. The studio was origina