A roundtable debate with six female UK broadcast tech leaders, the key tech trends of 2022, behind-the-scenes on virtual production shoots, IBC highlights, an MPTS review, and much more inside
The Autumn 2022 issue of Broadcast Tech magazine is out today.
You can read it in full by clicking on the image above or visiting https://www.broadcastnow.co.uk/digital-editions/broadcast-tech-autumn-2022/5173965.article
This issue of Broadcast Tech brings you a roundtable debate with six UK broadcast leaders, the key tech trends of 2022, a behind-the-scenes on virtual production shoots, a preview of IBC 2022, and much more.
The lead feature of the issue sees Broadcast Tech editor Jake Bickerton sit down with six female tech leaders from across broadcast to discuss the big issues affecting the industry. Cristina Gomila, MD of content tech and innovation at Sky; Grace Boswood, technology director at Channel 4; Purminder Gandhu, lead for the BBC Edge forum, technology transfer and partnerships manager at BBC R&D; Pushpa Reddy, director of product management at the BBC; Kerry Shreeve, vice president of technology operations at Warner Bros. Discovery; and Rebecca Moore, director, technical operations, CNN International all took part.
Next up, on pages 16-24, comes the post gallery, featuring work from shows such as Disney+’s Moon Knight, Prime Video’s All Or Nothing: Arsenal, and more. This is followed by a series of pieces on virtual production, and how to get the most out of the technology that has a growing importance for the sector.
Later in the magazine there is a preview for this year’s IBC, p36-42, and a look at the major tech trends of 2022, p42-46 featuring BBC director for broadcast and end user technology Sinead Greenaway, Molinare head of picture Tom Woodall, and Twickenham Film Studios senior post-production engineer Malcolm Ellison.
There is a also a review of this year’s Media Production & Technology Show, which saw a record 8,000 attendees, over 300 exhibitors, and more than 300 speakers descend on Olympia in May. Highlights included talks from the likes of Louis Theroux, Ru Paul’s Drag Race alumni Kitty Scott-Claus, and a host of tech on display.
That’s not all, there are also features on colour grading and the metaverse, and much more inside.