The NEP Group has rebranded NEP Visions and Roll to Record under the collective title of NEP UK.
UKTV has extended its playout, video on demand (VoD) and access services contracts with Ericsson.
SIS Live is continuing to expand and extend its Anylive fibre network as it prepares for a rush of broadcasters moving to IP-based remote production.
The new Google HQ in London’s Kings Cross will include three studios that popular YouTube channel producers can use to create content.
Telstra-owned Ooyala is to offer live server-side ad insertion (SSAI) to broadcasters.
IBC’s Hackfest theme for 2016 will be ‘Reimagining the Future of Cities Through Education, Entertainment and Sports’.
Arqiva will carry an additional eight DTT services through its COM8 multiplex during August to allow the BBC to provide additional coverage of the Rio Olympics via the Red Button.
Former Onsight chief technology officer Richard Mills has set up a VR and 360-degree production consultancy and services company.
Ten graduates from Scottish universities have been selected to undertake training with Glasgow-based visual effects studio Fix FX on a scheme created in partnership with The Foundry.
Trickbox TV has installed a MultiTaction interactive display video wall inside its Tower Bridge TV studio.
Moov will provide broadcast graphics for Sunset + Vine’s live coverage of the Rio 2016 Paralympics for Channel 4.
The NEP Group has acquired the assets of Danish outside broadcasting firm DBlux.
A global cost-reduction and efficiency drive at Ericsson will result in job cuts at its Broadcast and Media Services division in the UK, Broadcast has learned.
Molinare has appointed Greg Gettens to the role of head of broadcast factual sound.
The Pinewood Group has recorded a surge in revenue due to the strong performance of its film division, which has once again limited the opportunities for TV productions to use the company’s facilities.
European broadcast innovation is more than holding its own, writes Oliver Botti.
There’s more to capturing great ADR than technology, says Tristan Rose
Telcos must adjust their pricing to allow TV to take advantage of remote production, says Kevin Fitzgerald