Fifty Fifty Post has added a Baselight grading suite as the final stage of the facility’s expansion.
In October last year, Fifty Fifty doubled in size following the addition of another building next door to its existing D’Arblay Street site.
Fifty Fifty Post managing director Cara Kotschy said the Baselight would help the post firm’s drive to provide full post-production services and work on more entertainment and primetime programmes.
Over the next few weeks, it will be used to deliver long-form content for Channel 5 and Sky Arts.
Fifty Fifty’s existing staff, including resident colourist Robin Doelly, will be trained to use the Baselight which will also be operated by freelance talent.
The Baselight has been paired with a Sony OLED monitor.
Fifty Fifty operations director Alex Meade added: “The OLED is a great monitor that we have been using for a few years but we will see what is launched at NAB and then potentially invest in something new.”
Fifty Fifty’s expansion includes an additional three floors which also house six edit suites, an audio suite to provide space for the company to take on more long form broadcast projects and short form agency work.