The BBC has pledged its support to HbbTV for interactive TV.
The Royal Television Society (RTS) Craft & Design Awards 2016 have opened for entries with an extension to the Director category which will now recognise achievement in three genres.
Sherlock colourist Kevin Horsewood has left Blue 2.0 in order to join Soho rivals Technicolor.
Panavision will support the iTechnology open metadata protocol in some of its future products.
Vizrt has appointed the former chief executive of a Swedish customer experience management company as its new chief executive.
Wazee Digital will be able to offer content management and distribution services via its Wazee Digital Core platform after agreeing a deal with Visual Data Media Services.
Belgian manufacturer EVS has been named as a technical partner for the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), which acts as the governing body for the sport.
The industry-wide Joint Task Force on Networked Media (JT-NM) has started work on the next phase of its drive to improve interoperability between IT-based media technologies and products.
The BBC’s new in-house ‘agency’ BBC Creative is to outsource its post-production work to a third party in a deal that could be worth as much as £7.75m over three years.
ITV Studios has extended its agreement with Dock10 to use the MediaCityUK facility’s studios until 2018.
The NEP Group has agreed a deal to acquire Singapore-headquartered Broadcast Solutions Group.
Glasgow-based CGI animation firm Axis has appointed Jon Neill to the newly-created position of head of lighting, rendering and compositing (LRC).
Sony has added an area for IP interoperability testing and launched a new IP training course at its Digital Motion Picture Centre Europe (DMPCE) at Pinewood Studios.
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