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Panasonic has developed a cheaper and lighter version of its Varicam 35 as it looks to chip away at Arri’s dominance of the high-end production camera market.
The Pinewood Group, including its studios in Buckinghamshire, Shepperton, Wales and facilities around the world, could be sold as part of the company’s strategy for growing the business.
The Collectv has recruited James Graham, previously technical lead at ITV Studios, as its technical solutions specialist.
Envy has taken on freelance colourist Jon Dobson and promoted Belgin Kaplan (pictured) to the same role.
Broadcast systems designer Tim Burton and sales executive Martin Riley have quit ERA and teamed up with former Gearhouse Broadcast service engineer John Currie to launch their own systems integrator and reseller business.
Celebro Media is adding a second and third studio to its Oxford Street facility as it attempts to entice producers to base more of their live TV broadcasts in central London.
Halo Post has appointed Blue 2.0’s James Cregeen as its new head of operations.
Sheffield’s Zoo Digital has appointed Syed Ahmed as its international business development lead for the Middle East, South Asia and Asia Pacific.
CGI firm Flaunt, part of the Axis Group, has created a long-form division that will specialise in animated series and specials for TV as well as feature films.
The Royal Television Society (RTS) is offering bursaries to 20 “less affluent” students studying Creative Skillset-accredited Television Production courses and Broadcast Journalism Training Council-approved Broadcast Journalism courses.
BTI Studios UK managing director Mazin Al-Jumaili (pitured) has left the localisation company as part of a reorganisation of its senior management team designed to help it cope better with what it calls “multi-platform consumerism.”
Halo Post Production has appointed head of production Will Garbutt as its managing director.
AJA has launched the RovoCam, the company’s first compact block camera.
Snell Advanced Media (Sam) has launched a new line-up of multi-format production switchers that combine SD, HD and 4K capabilities.
Arena Television is hoping to steal a march on its outside broadcast rivals by building three Ultra High Definition-capable (UHD) trucks with an IP core that can handle High Dynamic Range (HDR) and High Frame Rates (HFR).
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China is hardly renowned for its high-quality television drama, so how did a British team end up penning a 40-part detective series for Chinese TV?
Telcos must adjust their pricing to allow TV to take advantage of remote production, says Kevin Fitzgerald
Creating a modern IT platform is essential for the survival of traditional media firms, says Sef Tuma.
IBC showed that the future of UHD and IT-based technology is intertwined, says the IABM’s John Ive