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WORLD NEWS 3D analyser at Deluxe Post Production Deluxe Post Production in Toronto, a subsidiary of Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc., and one of Canada’s leading motion picture and television service providers, has joined the growing number of companies using Cel- Softs Cel-Scope3D signal analyzer to ensure accurate and optimal alignment of stereoscopic content.   Working with 3D introduces a lot of variables that simply dont arise in a 2D creative environment, comments Nick Iannelli, Vice President of Operations & Customer Service for Deluxe Post Production in Toronto. Most people experience the world in 3D naturally. Well- produced stereoscopic content is therefore potentially even more natural on the eyes than watching traditional flat 2D film and television. 12 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE Native HD productions A MS Pictures, a Texas-based, premiere, full-service video production company, has upgraded its production capabilities to full high-definition (HD) production with the purchase of a new Karrera Video Production Center switcher from Grass Valley.  AMS Pictures is headquartered in Dallas (with a second location in Austin), where it maintains three production studios (the largest being 3,700 sq. ft), all supported by a single control room, which the staff of 75 uses to produce live-to-tape and live-to-air shows. There are two outbound fibre paths for distribution. The control room is now being renovated to accommodate the Karrera. New facility for Radio24syv D anmon Systems Group has announced the completion of a multi-studio recording, editing and presentation system for the new Danish broadcast channel, Radio24syv. A license-funded public service broadcast channel, Radio24syv is jointly owned by Berlingske Media and People Group. Based in Copenhagen, Radio24syv commenced round-the-clock transmission on 1 November 2011, broadcasting via FM, DAB, live Internet and mobile phone. As of 1 January 2012, all Radio24syv content will also be available as download podcasts files. New office in Australia Vislink has strengthened its operations in the Asia-Pacific region with a new office in Melbourne, Australia. The Melbourne office will not only handle sales but also provide additional support for Australasia in conjunction with the Singapore office.