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Preparing for television 2.0

The internet is likely to have a more profound impact on TV than the shift from analogue to digital, says Mike Grieve

Broadcast TECH March/April

Digital edition: Broadcast TECH

The technology being used by local TV stations and what the recent wave of M&A activity means for manufacturers

London Live

Gearing up for broadcast

Working with small teams and on limited budgets, local TV stations have faced some tough choices over the technology and equipment they need to get on air.

NAB 2013

4K and IP take centre stage

NAB 2014: On display at this month’s NAB Show in Las Vegas will be the latest developments in 4K technology from the likes of Sony and Cinedeck, alongside file-based delivery tools, and much more.

Miranada MLB Network Studio

Small firms feel the squeeze

As the broadcast technology supply sector consolidates, the survival of smaller manufacturers rests on continual research and development, and greater co-operation.


Room for manoeuvre

It’s glass half full, glass half empty at the UK’s studios as tax rebates put a squeeze on space

Local TV

How local TV is shaping up

How one of the biggest developments in British TV for decades is taking shape


Focal International Awards

Recognising projects from all over the world that have used historical footage to great effect.

Sochi Paralympic Games

Behind the scenes at Sochi

Coverage of the Winter Paralympic Games was a task of Olympian proportions, says John Loughman

In The Flesh

How the cloud is changing TV

Managing assets over remote servers is becoming a vital part of the production process