Manchester-based post-production facility Sumners has invested£160,000 in new editing and sound equipment.
Manchester-based post-production facility Sumners has invested £160,000 in new editing and sound equipment.
An Avid DS Nitris was installed last week and a third 5.1 dubbing theatre is due for completion in mid-November. Top 100 Christmas Moments
for Yorkshire TV, which will be broadcast on Channel 4, has already been booked into the new theatre.
Brian Hardman, general manager and chief engineer at Sumners, said: 'Our first HD film project using the new system is called Wishful Thinking
, made by Looking Glass Films, which is to be part of the Salford Film Festival in November. We'll also be using the DS Nitris for many Christmas projects, such as Songs of Praise
. ' Lynn Nealon, head of graphics, will drive the DS Nitris.
Sumners has recently worked on projects such as CiTV's My Life as a Popat
, BBC2's Bank of Mum and Dad
and BBC1's Mastermind
and Songs of Praise