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RTS TVC Awards Shortlist Announced Posted: 07/11/2019
RTS TVC Awards Shortlist Announced

The Royal Television Society Thames Valley Centre will host its second TVC Awards at their 29th Winter Ball at Wokefield Estate, Mortimer, Reading. This year seventeen outstanding nominees have made it through to the shortlist in categories consisting of Community Improvement, Young Technologist, Production/Craft, Technology/Support and Media Hero.

Tony Orme, Chair RTS TVC said, ‘The quality of the award entries this year has been outstanding. These awards aim to focus on people within our industry, people who make a real difference – be that individuals or companies. This year our judging panels will have some very tough decisions to make! We wish all our finalists the very best of luck.’

The award winners will be announced at the Winter Ball on Friday 29th November 2019.

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Exclusive RTS Thames Valley Winter Ball and Awards Posted: 06/09/2019
Exclusive RTS Thames Valley Winter Ball and Awards

The Royal Television Society Thames Valley Centre is to hold its Winter Ball and Awards on Friday 29th November, hosted at the prestigious Wokefield Estate, Mortimer, Reading.

This is an incredible opportunity to meet with leading media entrepreneurs and game-changers who are driving broadcasting to new levels of success, as well as being a fantastic occasion to help reward those who are making momentous advances to our thriving industry.

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KEO films Uses Forscene to Accelerate Remote Production Workflow for New Fact-Based Series Posted: 30/04/2015
KEO films Uses Forscene to Accelerate Remote Production Workflow for New Fact-Based Series
Forbidden, makers of market-leading professional video editing software Forscene, announced today that BAFTA, Royal Television Society, and Emmy Award-winning independent production company KEO films incorporated Forscene into the remote production workflow for "Bangkok Airport," its latest factual program prepared for the BBC. Forscene not only served as a remote-viewing and "second edit" solution, but also provided an efficient method of logging and translation. The resulting workflow let producers and editors in London and Glasgow, Scotland, review and edit content without delay, and at the same time collaborate with the camera crews in Thailand on the ongoing shoot.
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