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Ravensbourne University Students Launch TV Channel  Students at Ravensbourne University London have launched a new TV channel, RaveTV.

The channel, aimed at students, was introduced last month at The Ravensbourne Degree Show, 19-21 June, when it was was streamed live on YouTube and the Ravensbourne website.Read More >>

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Jellyfish Pictures Announces Appointment Of Dave Wells
BAFTA and multi-award-winning production studio, Jellyfish Pictures, have announced the appointment of Dave Wells to Pipeline TD and Compositor. Bringing a level of technical experience that will enhance Jellyfish Pictures' expansion into developing standalone solutions, Wells' role also sees him provide support and technical know-how to Jellyfish's CTO, Jeremy Smith.
Steven Howard Joins Miller Camera Support
Steven Howard has joined Miller Camera Support Equipment, it has been announced. He has been named as the company's Global Product Manager and will be responsible for managing the product lifecycle, from strategic planning to tactical activities, as well as analysing new markets and competitive conditions by outlining a product vision for Miller.
Screen Names New Head Of Research
Screen Subtitling Systems has announced the appointment of Colin France as its Head of Research. Mr France will be responsible for exploring new markets, helping to extend the product portfolio and consequent reach of the company. France, previously led the Grass Valley development team responsible for the maintenance and support of Publitronic Software.
dB Broadcast Appoints Two New Recruits
dB Broadcast has appointed two new recruits to join its permanent team. Mitchell Mead and George Edgerley have joined the company, initially as trainee wiremen, and following a planned training programme are expected to become installation technicians, working on a variety of client projects.
Presteigne Makes Two New Appointments
Presteigne Broadcast Hire has appointed Jamie Brewer as Head of Sales and Jon Philips as Key Account Manager. Brewer comes to Presteigne with more than 15 years' experience in a variety of sales management and business development roles for major global media companies.
Marquis Broadcast Expands Business Development Team
Marquis Broadcast has announced the expansion of its team with the appointments of Neil Blake and Ben Lloyd as Business Development managers. Neil will be working with the major resellers in the Americas region, while Ben will focus on sales in EMEA. They are both looking to increase the reach of the company's key workflow and post-production tools, namely Medway, Parking and Edit Bridge.
Senior Promotions Strengthen Genelec Marketing And R&D Teams
Genelec has announced two senior promotions within its marketing and R&D departments, as former International Project Manager Howard Jones becomes Marketing Director, and Jussi Väisänen, formerly Lead Acoustic Designer, is elevated to Principal Engineer.
Dr Jon Wardle Appointed Director Of National Film And Television School
The National Film and Television School has announced that Dr Jon Wardle is to become the new Director of the School, effective from 01 August 2017. Wardle will succeed Nik Powell who has been Director since September 2003. Jon Wardle will become the fifth Director in the School's 46-year history.
Framestore Appoints Jordi Bares
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Dominic Yip Joins Axon
Axon Digital Design has announced the appointment of Dominic Yip as Technical Support Manager for South East Asia. Based in Singapore, Dominic will report to Liming Fu, Axon's Managing Director APAC, and will provide technical, pre-sales and field engineering supports for customers in the region. Liming Fu said: "We're delighted to continue expanding our team here in APAC.
RTS And Telex Unveil New Director Of Product Management
RTS and Telex have announced Denis Castanet as their new Director of Product Management. Mr Castanet was introduced at NAB 2017 and will replace Ralph Strader, who retired in 2016.
Cannes Selection For NFTS Students
For the sixth consecutive year, a film made by students at the National Film and Television School (NFTS) has been selected for this year's Cinéfondation short film selection at the Cannes Film Festival, 17 – 28, May. Directed and written by Rory Alexander Stewart and produced by Rebecca Smith, 'Wild Horses' was chosen from 2,600 works submitted by film schools from all over the world.