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Pinewood Studios’ plans for a £200m expansion have been turned down after being labelled “inappropriate” by the local authority.
The BBC is set to increase the number of shows based at Dock10’s studios at MediaCityUK after it struggled to keep pace with a minimum spend agreement with the facility.
WRN Broadcast has appointed the former boss of Arqiva’s broadcast and media division to the role of non-executive director.
The Sharp Project has built four sound-proofed green screen studios.
Former chief executive of Sega Europe and Sega America Mike Hayes has been appointed chairman of cloud video production firm Aframe.
Riverside Studios is turning one of its multi-use spaces into a 300-seat TV studio in response to demand for central London production space.
Picture and audio post for the comedy drama about a young transvestite.
The latest issue of Broadcast TECH, which contains an interview with BBC S&PP chief executive Anna Mallett, a preview of NAB 2013 and a feature about the kit used for fixed-rig shows, is now available as a digital edition.
NAB 2013: More than 1,600 exhibitors from across the production, post and content delivery spectrum will showcase their wares at the NAB Show on 6-11 April. Michael Burns previews the products vying for attention
Behind The Scenes
Documenting the grooming and exploitation of girls in Bradford for 17 years has had many obstacles, not least officials in denial and fears of race-related violence, says Anna Hall