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EditShare Gets High Marks at Liverpool Screen School Posted: 06/12/2018
EditShare Gets High Marks at Liverpool Screen School
EditShare a technology leader in intelligent shared storage and media management solutions, today announced that The Liverpool Screen School has upgraded the existing media infrastructure to the latest EditShare XStream EFS storage platform as well as added EditShare Flow media asset management (MAM), AirFlow for remote access, and QScan automated quality assurance to support its Journalism, Media Production and Film Studies programs. Noted for their “theory and hands-on practice” approach to education, the school enjoys an internationally recognized reputation for their work as well as the strong links they have forged with companies across the creative and digital sector including the BBC, ITV, and Lime Pictures. “Our student experience spans a broad range of technical expertise,” states Darcy O’Bree, Technical Resource Manager, Liverpool Screen School. “The diversity of our courses requires us to teach a range of different technical methods for realizing the student's creative vision. The students do conventional film production. They do television production, including live and thematic style TV. They’re even getting into things like projection mapping, event visuals, color management, and content quality control (QC).” O’Bree adds, “With increasing student numbers, we were about to hit a wall with capacity in the existing system. Also, the way the system was originally set up five years ago, it wasn’t integrated with the university’s main network, which limited access.”
Tags: editshare | flow mam | flow media asset management | efs scale out storage | xstream efs scale out storage | editshare | liverpool | efs tiered storage | storage management | media workflow
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Sivert Hagtvet Is Honoured with the 2016 MPG LIPA Prize Posted: 26/07/2016
Sivert Hagtvet Is Honoured with the 2016 MPG LIPA Prize
Sivert Hagtvet has become the 2016 recipient of the Music Producers Guild Prize, which rewards the most promising student to graduate from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) Sound Technology degree programme.
Tags: Music Producers Guild | MPG LIPA Prize | Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts; Sivert Hagtvet | Steve Levine | Tony Platt; Sir Paul McCartney
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Liverpool John Moores University Uses Riedel Intercom System to Connect New Liverpool Screen School Facilities Posted: 27/06/2013
Liverpool John Moores University Uses Riedel Intercom System to Connect New Liverpool Screen School Facilities
Riedel Communications, provider of pioneering real-time video, audio, data, and communications networks, today announced that the U.K.'s Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) is using Riedel gear within its new Liverpool Screen School building to enable flexible, high-quality communications across its studios and offices. The installation includes Riedel's Artist 5000 matrix intercom system and Performer digital partyline intercom system.
Tags: Riedel Communications | LJMU | Liverpool John Moores University | Intercom
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