The Foundry chief customer officer Jody Madden has taken on the additional role of chief product officer (CPO) at the VFX software firm.
The new series of rebooted Channel 4 gameshow The Crystal Maze will be made at The Bottle Yard Studios.
The Digital Production Partnership (DPP) has launched Marketplace, a shop window where members of the organisation can advertise their products and services to the wider industry.
Broadcast graphics company Moov has won the contract to provide graphics, virtual reality and telestration services for ITV’s horseracing coverage.
Run VT has opened a second post facility on Newman Street in central London, taking a lease on a building that was previously home to Preditors and latterly London Post Production.
Earth London is to offer producers a new service aimed at making it quicker and easier to create graphics and on-set visuals for TV gameshows.
Deluxe chief operating officer Lesley Marr will join Molinare next week as its director of operations.
Former Paragon Bank Technology Finance managing director Gareth Wilding has set-up a new leasing and finance firm called Adamantean.
The Acton-based equipment dealer ProKit has been forced to close after 28 years of trading.
Carlton Smith has been appointed chief executive of asset management systems provider TMD.
Systems integrator dB Broadcast has appointed Chris Whelan as business development manager.
Sky, Ericsson and Technicolor are among a group of 28 companies that have joined forces to form the Virtual Reality Industry Forum (VRIF).
TSL Products has made two senior appointments with Karlie Miles recruited to the role of worldwide sales director and Mark Davies joining as director of products and technology.
The owner of the Longcross Film Studios site has committed to maintaining the production facility “for the forseeable future” after the government backed plans to build 1,300 houses on the Surrey site.
Halo’s flagship Studio 1 dubbing stage is to be refurbished with the installation of a Dolby Atmos system.
ITV head of technology Nick Haworth has spent three years developing a campaign management system capable of delivering promotional content to a vast array of platforms.
Amazon’s voice control app Alexa was a powerful presence at CES, says Mark Harrison
Ensuring firms can continue to work across territories must be a Brexit priority, says Ron Downey
There are those who talk about Final Cut Pro X and there are those that use Final Cut Pro X, says Rory Cantwell