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The Deluxe Entertainment Services Group (DESG) is planning to move out of Soho by consolidating its 13 disparate London buildings into two large purpose-designed super-facilities.
BBC Engineering is undertaking proof-of-concept trials for a live IPbased production infrastructure that could be used at the new Wales Broadcasting House in Cardiff.
Envy is to open a sixth London post facility next year after securing a lease on a building in Mortimer Street.
Fujifilm has launched an LTO-7 tape after successfully completing the interchange testing for the LTO Ultrium generation 7 format.
ITV will use the programmatic ad platform RadiumOne to allow advertisers to reach audiences simultaneously across different devices and online environments.
Hireworks is planning to make 33 new cutting rooms available for dry hire in Soho after signing up for 7,500 sq ft of space on Shaftesbury Avenue.
The Pope will be captured in High Dynamic Range (HDR) next month after Vatican Television Centre (Centro Televisivo Vaticano) upgraded its live production equipment.
Ravensbourne has signed a three-year deal that will enables its postproduction students to access Inside The Edit, the remote craft editing course devised by documentary and reality TV editor Paddy Bird.
Technicolor has appointed John Fleming as vice-president of postproduction and digital services for the UK.
Pinewood Studios Group has appointed Nadya Jary to the newly created role of group brand director.
Documentaries about the Islamic State and its effects on Iraq and Syria were honoured at last night’s Rory Peck Awards.
The Digital Production Partnership (DPP) is hoping that the research and testing work it undertakes next year will help the industry overcome a “growing frustration” with the lack of standardisation and technology interoperability.
Procam will move its HQ to west London after outgrowing its current home in south London.
MSV Post, the in-house post operation for the Tinopolis Group of production companies, has relocated to new facilities within its Elsinore House site in Hammersmith.
The ability to import Avid AAF files and then auto-conform timelines based on that data is being added to the next iteration of Forscene, the cloud-editing software developed by Forbidden Technologies.
Music licensing is an important area - but is not always covered well on TV production courses. Now music publishers are taking matters into their own hands, writes Kevin Hilton