Broadcast News Archive for July, 2014
17/07/2014 IBC Leaders' Summit Announced
This year's IBC Leaders' Summit will be held on Thursday 11 September, offering an invitation-only event curated for 150 of "the most influential and visionary people at the top of the industry." T

17/07/2014 Lawo To Demonstrate New Console At IBC2014
Lawo is to demonstrate in Hall 8, Booth B50 at this year's IBC to address audio and video broadcast, software solutions and workflow optimisation issues. On Friday 12 September 2014, at noon, the c

17/07/2014 Sony 4K Set For IBC2014
At this year's IBC exhibition Sony will showcase a range of professional A/V technological innovations and industry firsts. The company is set to exhibit in the Elicium Hall. Sony will demonstrate

17/07/2014 Trilogy Appoints Ewan Johnston
Trilogy has appointed Ewan Johnston as Sales Director. Mr Johnston arrives at Trilogy from Quantum, where he was EMEA vice president of Sales for the firm's 'Big Data' business. Trilogy CEO Michael

16/07/2014 Argosy To Showcase At IBC2014
UK-based supplier of cables and infrastructure Argosy is to showcase its latest range of fibre management solutions and data cables at IBC2014, Stand 10, C51. Argosy's display will feature the Neut

16/07/2014 Azule Finance: The Secret Of European Expansion
Azule Finance is the leading provider of asset finance and leasing solutions for the media and technology sectors in the UK and across Europe. Peter Savage discusses the company's recent expansion, th

16/07/2014 Forbidden's Forscene Cloud Powers IBC TV Expansion
Over the past six years, Forbidden Technologies has worked with IBC TV News, the official TV and webcasting channel for the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC), to make content shot during the

16/07/2014 Leader To Demonstrate Upgrades At SET, Brazil
Leader Instruments is to demonstrate the latest additions to the PHABRIX range of T&M products on stand A06 at SET Expo in Brazil, August 25-27. Showcasing will be the recently announced Sx TAG ul

16/07/2014 Minicams Capture In-Car Chaos
Observing members of the public driving badly has always been an obsession for reality TV. Nevertheless, watching teenagers, who would probably be a liability at the handles of a shopping trolley, ste

16/07/2014 Riedel Selected For Euro Elections
Riedel Communications' MediorNet real-time media network and Artist digital matrix intercom system were selected by the European Parliament to facilitate the signal transport requirements of the 2014

16/07/2014 RTW Announces IBC2014 Lineup
RTW has announced its lineup for this year's IBC Show in Amsterdam. The group will be exhibiting from Hall 8, Stand D92. RTW's Masterclass PlugIns Loudness Tools software and TM3-Primus will be on

16/07/2014 Subtitling In An Integrated Workflow
Subtitling has remained the responsibility of the broadcaster rather than the original content producer (where different). But given that subtitles appear as part of the programme, it is valid to ask:

15/07/2014 Crawling Out Of The Communication Cave
Liam Creagh is the managing director of Red Box Media Productions in Belfast. His company produces television programmes and features as well as corporate videos. Red Box also has a public relations r

15/07/2014 DK Upgrades DK T7 For IBC2014
DK-Technologies has upgraded its DK T7 audio, loudness and logging meter by adding Loudness Automation, which the company is to showcase at IBC2014. The latest upgrade is based on SMPTE timecode an

15/07/2014 Miller Prepares For IBC2014
Miller Fluid Heads is preparing for the European leg of its 60th anniversary celebration at IBC2014, Hall 11, Stand 11.D30. The company will introduce its new Cineline 70 Fluid Head to the European ma

15/07/2014 Pro Motion & Pre-Emptive...
Since the beginning of tapeless acquisition we have been providing informal camera and technical training to our clients. Through this and our exposure to the industry as a whole, we realised there wa

15/07/2014 Quality Of Lighting Becomes Ever More Crucial (Pt 1)
LED lighting is a huge technology milestone, just made for the workflow age: George Jarrett looks at the significant EBU development of TLCI, and talks to ARRI and Rotolight about the commercial reali

15/07/2014 Quality Of Lighting Becomes Ever More Crucial (Pt 2)
LED lighting is a huge technology milestone, just made for the workflow age: George Jarrett looks at the significant EBU development of TLCI, and talks to ARRI and Rotolight about the commercial reali

15/07/2014 The Future Is Bright, The Future Is 3D
Stereo 3D, the type of media you need glasses to see, is enigmatic and much maligned. Firstly there is a running misunderstanding as to what a 3D movie actually is, writes Bruce Fitter, Stereo 3D Film

15/07/2014 Video Devices To Make IBC Debut
Video Devices is to make its IBC debut this year in Hall 8, Stand B59. Since Sound Devices introduced its first video products, the camera-mounted PIX 240i and PIX 220i, the company has expanded with

11/07/2014 BeckTV Chosen For French Open
US S.I. BeckTV has provided design and integration services for the large-scale flypack created by Video Equipment Rentals (VER) to support broadcasters at the 2014 French Open tennis tournament. T

11/07/2014 EBU Measurement Method Makes LED Lighting Shine
LED lighting first became interesting to those working in studio production because it offers enormous savings in terms of power requirements, as well as savings in size and weight. By Per Böhler, SMP

11/07/2014 So, You Need Training?
Whether you need, or think you might need training, there are plenty of decisions and choices to ponder. So let's try and take some of the guesswork out of your decision, writes Alan Bradbury, Senior

11/07/2014 The Foundry Releases COLORWAY
Creative software developer The Foundry has revealed COLORWAY, a new application that speeds up and changes the process of iterating on and finalising an image. COLORWAY gives users access to an e

11/07/2014 Training And Education
The broadcast and media industry, as with any other sector, is reliant on training, development and education to ensure that it does not stagnate, says Steve Warner, training manager, IABM. Whereas