Production space that was used to shoot Sky’s Fortitude could be lost to the TV industry unless a new tenant for the Hayes facility is found.
Soho facility Fifty Fifty is managing and post-producing its first rig show.
Arqiva has signed a deal with Red Bull Media House to distribute live video sports content to international broadcasters.
Ionoco will provide all the studio graphics and gameplay systems for new ITV gameshow 500 Questions, which launches this evening.
Molinare has hired Emma Comans to the role of post production manager.
Vubiquity has signed an extension to its wholesale content supply chain contract with Sky.
Avid has released a connector that allows Adobe Premiere Pro CC users to link into Avid’s production environment through the MediaCentral Platform.
Azimuth Post has added a Baselight grading suite to its D’Arblay Street facility.
NEP UK has won the contract to provide ITV Sport with OB facilities for its coverage of UK horse racing.
Film scanning company DFT has sold its first Scanity HDR 35mm WetGate system.
Japan’s NHK has begun broadcasting an 8K Super Hi-Vision satellite service that includes coverage from the Rio Olympics.
Kaltura has secured $50m (£38m) in pre-IPO funding from Goldman Sachs’ Private Capital Investing group.
Gearhouse Broadcast has built a temporary facility in Rio for the South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC) coverage of the Olympics.
SIS Live has installed a 1GB fibre network for sports production company Input Media.
Babcock Media Services has won a contract to provide delivery management facilities for the Perform Group’s new multi-screen OTT subscription sports service DAZN.
Bafta sustainability manager Aaron Matthews hears from three Albert ‘ambassadors’ about the efforts being made to raise awareness of environmental issues and make TV carbon neutral
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