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A Camera Corps Q-Ball remote-control pan/tilt/zoom head as it comes and dressed to scare for ‘Scream! If You Can’ Scream if you can… F ollowing their highly successful deployment in the October 2013 pilot of ‘Release the Hounds’ on UK ITV2, Camera Corps Q-Ball and MiniZoom robotic heads have been selected by Gogglebox Entertainment to create a new two-hour special for German broadcaster ProSieben. Produced in partnership with Sony Pictures Television, it is scheduled for transmission in March. www.cameracorps.co.uk The importance of being an ASC H aving a trusted supplier to get kit serviced and repaired in a timely and professional manner has always been top of the engineers list. Many facilities have support in house to overcome problems but when it comes to a solid fault with the clock ticking then ensuring the supplier has access to both parts and manufacturer information is crucial for a fast turnaround. ASC’s are Sony’s acronym for their Authorised Service Centres. One such organisation with this badge of honour is BSC (Broadcast Service Centre) in Berkshire who recently celebrated their 21st birthday and have been accredited for many years offering support for a vast range of broadcast equipment with a deep routed history in VTR’s repairs including Sony’s flagship SRW range. BSC have expanded their support offering to cover Wohler products as well as Panasonic, Kroma and many more that can be found on www.bsc-online.co.uk or give them a call on 0118 981 0804. TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 87 MARCH 2014 | 7