Broadcast News Archive for July, 2016
18/07/2016 Deluxe Contributes To Emmy-Nominated Shows
Creative teams at Deluxe Entertainment Services Group (Deluxe) have contributed to 17 shows recently nominated in overall and related craft categories for the 68th Emmy Awards. Work by Deluxe's Il

18/07/2016 ERT Selects Globecast For European Distribution
Globecast has been selected by broadcaster ERT for its pan-European television and radio distribution. ERT is a state-owned national broadcaster in Greece and chose Globecast to deliver ERT World

18/07/2016 Eyeheight Keyers Chosen For Wimbledon Coverage
Three DK-2 linear downstream keyers from Eyeheight were chosen as part of the OB infrastructure at the recent 2016 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships. Compatible with all commonly used 625/525-li

18/07/2016 Footage CPD Schedule Announced
FOCAL International has announced the schedule for its Footage Continuing Personal Development week. Running from 19 – 23 September 2016 in London, the course provides an introduction to the comme

18/07/2016 GB Labs Teams Up With Aardman
Award-winning animation studio, Aardman, create film, broadcast, advertising and interactive entertainment. Their work includes Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and Chicken Run, to name but a few.

18/07/2016 PROVYS: OTT Rights. All Right.
"Why should I read this article?" you are probably asking yourself when seeing this tedious theme of licensing and rights, writes Martin Junek, PROVYS. Well, in our industry, this subject is gaini

18/07/2016 Splitz Facilities Offers Range Of Location Vehicles
Established in 2008, Splitz Facilities has an array of Location Vehicles suitable for film and TV commercials, stills photography productions and events. The company recently replaced 80% of its v

15/07/2016 'Pointless' Reduces Carbon Footprint
BBC quiz show Pointless has achieved a three-star rating in Bafta's albert certification scheme. The rating is a result of the adoption of a number of sustainable practices that have reduced the s

15/07/2016 ARRI Takes Over Artemis Camera Stabilization Systems
ARRI has taken over the artemis range of camera stabilizers from Sachtler/the Vitec Group and at NAB 2016 demonstrated an improved version of the ground-breaking Trinity system. Comprising stabili

15/07/2016 Audinate Updates Dante Controller
Audinate has announced an update to Dante Controller, enabling end users to better manage larger networks with more high channel count devices. Dante Controller 3.10 now includes WiFi support, all

15/07/2016 BFV's Big Interview: Alias Hire
It might not have swayed voters during the EU referendum, but when it comes to the broadcast equipment rental business, Alias Hire Managing Director Danny Dawson still believes in the mantra of 'stron

15/07/2016 CueScript Updates CueiT Prompting Software
CueScript has announced that it will highlight the latest version of its CueiT prompting software at IBC 2016. CueiT prompting software is Unicode compliant with multi-language and full bi-directi

15/07/2016 ERA & TMD Join Forces For IBC 2016
ERA and TMD have announced they are to join forces at IBC 2016 where they will demonstrate TMD's OnPoint solution. The PAM solution is for creative services and post houses. Part of the company's

15/07/2016 European Debut For Creamsource+ Range
The Creamsource+ LED lighting range is to receive its European debut at IBC 2016, it has been revealed. Outsight will present the solutions at the Amsterdam-based show on Stand 12.D46. The Cre

15/07/2016 Ross Video Launches Carbonite Black Solo
Carbonite Black Solo is packed full of features that deliver incredible video production horsepower in an amazingly compact and affordable package. Dynamic and creative capabilities include DVE fu

15/07/2016 Video Devices To Demo New Features For PIX-E Series
Video Devices will demonstrate new recording capabilities for its PIX-E Series at IBC 2016. The PIX-E5, PIX5H and PIX-E7 4K-compatible recording monitors will be highlighted by the company and com

14/07/2016 Barnfind Americas Appoints Director Of Sales
Barnfind Americas has announced the appointment of John McCluskey as Director of Sales. Mr McCluskey will be responsible for creating a strategic business development plan and increasing the company's

14/07/2016 Daniel Hinton Joins Argosy
Daniel Hinton has joined Argosy as Regional Sales Manager, Europe. He will be responsible for supporting the company's broadcast and pro-AV customers in Europe and driving Argosy's plans to grow its b

14/07/2016 iBroadcast: Remote Uplink Case Study
A major UK satellite broadcaster were looking to replace their proprietary, vendor specific remote control and monitoring (RC&M) software with a configurable, off-the-shelf solution. The proprieta

14/07/2016 New Video Wall Installed At Trickbox TV Studios
An interactive display wall as been installed at the studios of Trickbox TV. The installation was carried out by display company Multiaction. The display is 5m by 2m and has a native resolution of

14/07/2016 NEXIS Training From root6
With Avid Learning Partner Professional (ALP) status, root6 offers a range of certified courses for Avid ISIS and NEXIS shared storage at its training facility in central London or, by arrangement, on

14/07/2016 SIS LIVE To Expand Anylive Network
SIS LIVE has said it is to expand its Anylive fibre network. The company will unveil further details at IBC 2016, Stand 1.C55. SIS LIVE will also share details of Anylive+ which will extend the ca

14/07/2016 SMPTE Launches The Vista Project
SMPTE has officially launched The Vista Project. The initative aims to discover emerging talent in the creative and engineering sectors and support future filmmakers in developing interactive cinema e

14/07/2016 Suitcase TV Heads For IBC 2016
Suitcase TV has said it will demonstrate a range of products at IBC 2016, Stand 2.C10. The company will feature MediaStor Archive, a scalable software-defined storage platform designed specificall

14/07/2016 Weatherfield Embraces VELVET
In recent years, the industry has adjusted to a seismic changing in lighting technology, with lighting directors and gaffers becoming less reliant on HMIs & fluorescents – instead embracing the benefi