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Altered Images provides 12-camera fixed rig for Knickerbockerglory sea challenge Posted: 29/11/2018
Altered Images provides 12-camera fixed rig for Knickerbockerglory sea challenge
Altered Images was commissioned to design, install and support a lightweight, energy-efficient 12-camera fixed rig for the new series Britain by Boat, created by independent production company Knickerbockerglory. The programmes reunite former newsreader, Michael Buerk, and political journalist, John Sergeant, after 30 years, as they take to the high seas exploring Britain’s coastline by yacht. The series is currently airing on Channel 5.
Tags: broadcast | altered images | knickerbockerglory | camera | installation | production | Channel 5 | support | camera rig | Britain by boat
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Channel 5 Deploys Digital Elements IP Geolocation Technology to Manage Video on Demand Content Rights Posted: 13/05/2014
Channel 5 Deploys Digital Elements IP Geolocation Technology to Manage Video on Demand Content Rights

Digital Element, the leading provider of IP geolocation intelligence technology, today announced that Channel 5, one of the UKs leading broadcasting companies, has deployed its NetAcuity® IP geolocation technology to manage the geographic rights of its internet-based TV and film content. In addition, Channel 5 utilises Digital Elements ISP data to determine the users ISP type, allowing optimisation of the viewing experience.

Tags: Digital Element | Channel 5 | video | content rights | TV | television | geolocation | IP geolocation | on demand | film
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Britains Channel 5 Commits to FORscene After Test Run Posted: 24/10/2013
Britains Channel 5 Commits to FORscene After Test Run
Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM: FBT), the AIM-quoted owner and developer of the market-leading cloud video platform FORscene, today announced that British broadcaster Channel 5 has purchased a FORscene server after a six-month trial.
Tags: Forbidden Technologies | FORscene | Channel 5
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ITN Delivers the News with SSL C10 HD Compact Broadcast Console Posted: 21/02/2013
ITN Delivers the News with SSL C10 HD Compact Broadcast Console

Independent Television News (ITN), a major UK-based provider of news programming for a number of broadcasters, relies on a Solid State Logic C10 HD Compact Broadcast Console to deliver content to UK broadcaster Channel 5. Situated in a custom-designed studio located at the Channel 5 facility on Lower Thames Street, the C10 carries on the successful, long term relationship between ITN’s facilities and SSL. The C10 provides the live production power and expansion capabilities necessary for current and future programming for ITN and Channel 5.

Tags: Solid State Logic | SSL | Independent Television News | ITN | C10 HD Compact Broadcast Console | Channel 5
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