The operations department at A+E Networks UK has been given a major overhaul as part of the broadcaster’s relocation to Hammersmith in west London.
ITV Studios is making changes at its equipment hire company ProVision that will see it relocate its Manchester base and reduce its presence in Leeds, possibly resulting in the loss of nine jobs.
Former Molinare sales executive Vicky Boyens has been appointed head of post production at Azimuth Post.
Timecode Systems is now shipping its SyncBac Pro accessory for GoPro cameras.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has pledged its support to the National Film and Television School’s (NFTS) new Production Technology MA.
Belfast-based post-production house Yellowmoon has upgraded its main Dolby dubbing theatre with the addition of an Avid S6 control surface and Pro Tools version 12.5 software.
UTV has announced plans to leave its current home in Havelock House in Belfast and relocate to a new purposebuilt facility that will include HD news studios.
Leader Electronics has appointed Broadcast Service Centre (BSC) in Wokingham as its Accredited Service Partner for Europe.
Broadcast equipment supplier and systems integrator WTS Broadcast has firmed up its sales and distribution agreement with Ikegami.
Twitter has launched a version of its Periscope streaming service that enables the use of external cameras, hardware encoders and steaming software for live social media broadcasts.
Ireland’s Ardmore Studios has been put up for sale, the facility’s board of directors announced today.
Former Visions managing director Martin Anderson has been appointed chairman of Presteigne Broadcast Hire.
Forbidden has launched an iOS app for reviewing and approving content edited with its Forscene web-based editing platform.
The Space Project is set to double in size after planning permission was granted for a £14m expansion of the Manchester TV and film production studios.
Visual effects firm The Flying Colour Company (TFCC) has installed an additional Autodesk Flame suite in its Carnaby Street facility.
Broadcast engineers are no longer just boffins who configure kit, says John Maxwell Hobbs.
IBC 2016: The rate of change in so many aspects of our industry is mind-boggling, says Duncan Payne
Shooting a primetime documentary with an iPhone was a technical milestone for RTÉ, writes Jean Devlin