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LiveU and Sky News UK election 2015: interview with Sky News Richard Pattison
An interview with Richard Pattison, Deputy Head News Technology, Sky News, discussing its extensive use of LiveU technology. This video highlights LiveU's work with Sky News for the UK general electio...
Axle Video CAM overview for IBC2015
Neil Blake from Axle gives an overview of the new CAM plus a look at what to expect from IBC 2015 with their radically simple media management
TMD Overview for IBC2015
Tony Taylor, CEO of TMD shares what's new on Stand 2.B59 at IBC2015, including new packaged solutions: Paragon, OnPoint and Transform, all powered by Mediaflex. TMD will also be demonstrating the new...
Sony FS7 show with Den Lennie at BVE 2015
Den Lennie talks with Tom Crocker from Sony with Tom Swindell
Newtek Tricaster Mini giveaway
See what happens when Newtek give away a Tricaster Mini !
Dock 10 at BVE
Emma Riley from Dock 10 joins Den Lennie on the KITPLUS sofa at BVE
CLEARCOM LQ SYSTEM at NAB 2015
Simon Browne from Clear-Com talks about the LQ system at NAB 2015.
TMD Chameleon at NAB 2015
The new Chameleon user interface from TMD - Tony tells all...
DALET ACADEMY NAB 2015
Bruce's Shorts from the Dalet Academy discussed here at NAB 2015.
APANTAC openGear Solutions at NAB 2015
Thomas Tang from Apanatac talks about openGear solutions at NAB 2015.
DPA Microphones at NAB 2015
James Capperelle looks at two brand new DPA broadcast mics: d:fine In-Ear Broadcast Mic and d:facto Interview Mic at NAB.
EGRIPMENT G-TRACK at NAB 2015
Check out the Egripment 205/D and 225 G-Track at NAB 2015.
SISLIVE Manpak tripod antennas at NAB 2015
SISLIVE guide us around the Manpak 100 and 60 tripod antennas at NAB 2015.
ELEMENTAL STATMUX at NAB 2015
Elemental discuss the Elemental Statmux which is a software-based statistical multiplexer that optimizes content delivery for pay TV operators by reallocating bits in real time between video encoders...
TC ELECTRONIC with Clarity X at NAB 2015
Calibrated listening in broadcast - why is it important? How can you help increase speech intelligibility in production for broadcast and film? TC Electronic tell all!
FORSCENE Cloud Editing at NAB 2015
The new look ForScene interface is unveiled at NAB.
FACILIS TerraBlock at NAB 2015
James McKenna from Facilis talks about TerraBlock enhancements at NAB 2015
SGL at NAB 2015
SGL discuss web services at NAB 2015.
APANTAC T# Multiviewer at NAB 2015
Thomas Tang talks about the T# Multiviewer at NAB 2015.
RASCULAR HELM at NAB 2015
Roddy from Rascular shows HELM at NAB 2015.
VOLICON at NAB 2015
Close caption, multiview and over the top from Volicon at NAB 2015.
VOLICON Media Intelligence Platform at NAB 2015
Volicon talks Media Intelligence Platform at NAB 2015.
DALET SportsPack at NAB 2015
Dalet's Ben Davenport talks about all the releases at NAB including SportsPack.
TMD Mediaflex at NAB 2015
Tony Taylor announces a Mediaflex deal with BBC Studios and Post Productions.
NUGEN Loudness Toolkit at NAB 2015
Paul Tapper from Nugen Audio looks at the latest updates in loudness control at NAB 2015.
METUS INGEST at NAB 2015
Hardy Morris From Metus talks about the capture, transcode and streaming solution Metus Ingest at NAB.
Looking at the teleprompter
Talking directly to the camera - a basic fundamental in the world of TV presenting. If youve dabbled, you'll probably know just how hard it is to remember an entire script word for word without taking...
The Lobster - achieving a textural grain
Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos is about to debut his first English language feature with The Lobster, which will be in UK cinemas on the 15th of October. We speak to DaVinci Resolve colorist and long...
Three days to launch a TV station
We go on-air in less than 100 hours is an alarming statement when the studio and control room in question contain no technical equipment whatsoever. But this was the situation that we faced upon arriv...
The evolution of vision mixers
At the heart of any multi-camera production is a vision mixer or production switcher as some people call them. Its core role is the switching of different sources, primarily cameras, often VTs and so...
Dealing with clients
For many clients, the prospect of commissioning a video production leaves one key consideration in their minds and that is: how much is it all going to cost? Particularly for marketing departments or...
As everyone is no doubt aware, the BBCs core structures are being investigated at the moment as part of the renewal of its charter. The political bodies set up to do this are made up largely of anti-B...
Shoot safe, shoot dynamic
Todays craze for shooting from a UAV or drone is not for the faint hearted. Unless used legally and in very limited situations, its a dangerous way of capturing dynamic shots. Wherever people are invo...
Are you a trainer? Keeping up to date is vital
When you are a tutor in a training organization, or if you are a lecturer teaching TV production in a university, it can be very hard to keep up-to-date with all that is going on and changing in the w...
Graduation is a big deal for students, families and for the degree awarding institutions, and so it has been this way in Portsmouth since 1995. Now twenty years later it should come as no surprise tha...
Picking the right prompter
There is so much choice available today for prompting devices. From phones and tablets to full Broadcast Studios systems and with non-word prompting techniques like Interrotrons becoming popular choos...
The production desk finally gets innovative
The video switcher (aka vision mixer) is at the heart of all live television, all AV and many a live webcast. But despite its core role, its remained essentially the same concept for decades, consisti...
Lighting is like chess. Simple on the surface yet wondrously complex the more you learn about it. Recently, I was asked to do a presentation on the basics of lighting. So, I decided to share that pres...
CLASS - Where do captions & subtitles live?
Its not uncommon to see ability to insert/extract captions/subtitles as part of a tender requirement or product specification. But in a file-based world, what does this mean and where are we inserting...
Dynamic display revolution!
Projection mapping and dynamic video displays have transformed live events and performance art. Blended projection and massive video walls have given event directors the ability to deliver a whole new...
Cue Dick Barton Music
SOUND... CAMERA...Live Stream Activated...ACTION! RUN VT: This time last year the University of Portsmouth course team and students of BSc Television and Broadcasting were recovering from a mammoth ch...
CLASS - LEAN Mean Versioning Machine
Today, there are numerous ways to access and consume media, be it through UHDTVs, smartphones, tablets or other screens, devices or services. Because there are so many outlets and even more bytes of i...
How HEVC technology is revolutionizing field-based broadcasting
High-Efficiency Video Encoding (HEVC), also known as H.265, is the subsequent generation of H.264 and tapped to be the next widely adopted standard for video compression. As with any MPEG evolution, t...
Tapeless Workflows, MAM and Archive: Back to Basics
The broadcast industrys appetite for file-based workflows existed long before the technology required to implement them was available. With the emergence of cheap capture hardware, the continually dec...
SDV - Shaping the Next Generation of Linear TV Service Offerings
Software-defined video (SDV) solutions are shaping the next generation of linear TV service offerings for both content distributors and content programmers.
The business case for media asset management
You could argue that, so far, there have been two stages of commercial justification for asset management systems in broadcasting. First, it was a necessary evil: if broadcasters, production companies...
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