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Keeping Pace with the Content Revolution

These are uniquely challenging times for broadcasters and their technical teams. Not only are they having to negotiate the move to IP-based infrastructures and the introduction of new formats and techniques such as 4K and HDR, they are also having to generate more content than ever before to support OTT and web services as well as traditional linea...

Submitted by Kevin Fitzgerald
Published 10 September 2019


by Danny Hutchings Issue 85 - January 2014 Since introducing myself to tv-bay readers in October I have been working on two major assignments for this year, which are a video production unit based on a 20 minute documentary and a multimedia unit producing a studio-based TV show for exhibition on a range of platforms. These so far among other smalle...

Submitted by Danny Hutchings
Published 01 February 2014

TVFUTURES: Update from Rhiannon Chislett

by Rhiannon Chislett Issue 84 - December 2013 This past month has probably been the most challenging throughout my time on the course, yet still very rewarding at the same time. I was nominated to become production manager for both the two main projects we have been focusing on recently, the 20-minute Documentary and also the IPTV project for multi...

Submitted by Rhiannon Chislett
Published 01 January 2014

Flawless fencing technology

by Susan KanwarIssue 83 - November 2013 KABCOM is a leading organiser of competitive fencing events worldwide. Since 1992 they have organised several Olympic Games, many regional competitions such as the Asian, African and Pan-American Games, and a number of World Championships. In addition, they arrange both the Fencing Grand Prix and World Cups a...

Submitted by Susan Kanwar
Published 01 December 2013

The UKs PTZ explosion

by Kieron SethIssue 83 - November 2013 The advent of broadcast quality, remotely controlled PTZ cameras has had an enormous impact on television production in the UK. Not only can cameras now be discreetly placed in virtually any location but they can also be operated a very small team of technicians. This combination of creative freedom and the si...

Submitted by Kieron Seth#
Published 01 December 2013


by Will IngramIssue 83 - November 2013 So, what am I working on at the moment? Well, we currently have two practical units running side-by-side: Video Production and Multimedia. For VP we are producing a 20-minute documentary that we have chosen to film in an Inside Out style featuring some traditional crafts and businesses within Weymouth and the...

Submitted by Will Ingram
Published 01 December 2013

MTV3 uses sports-specific framework to build interactive...

by Henriette SaetherIssue 83 - November 2013 As any sports rights holder knows, those rights come with a lot of moneymaking potential. MTV Oy (not to be confused with MTV, the music television), Finlands largest commercial broadcaster has exclusive rights to broadcast the Finnish national team ice hockey matches in Finland. The matches are broadcas...

Submitted by Henriette Saether
Published 01 December 2013

Revealing the real-lives behind 999 responses

by Jonathan BoltonIssue 82 - October 2013 Jonathan Bolton, head of PROCAMS Manchester operation discusses the challenges of capturing real time footage when following emergency services on call. Factual programming has seen a revolution. Viewers want more from factual programmes: they no longer want traditional, staid documentaries, but want to se...

Submitted by Jonathan Bolton
Published 01 November 2013

12 months test of the Petrol Deca Dr. Bag

Issue 82 - October 2013 Sometimes the only way to properly test something is to use it for a year in all manner of scenarios and then look at how it and, more importantly in this case, the contents have fared up. So the bag of choice for the next 12 months for hauling around our trade and road show camera gear is the Petrol Bags Deca Dr. Bag. Weve...

Submitted by KitPlus
Published 01 November 2013

Introducing #TVFUTURES

Issue 82 - October 2013 Will IngramI studied media at GCSE and studied photography and video for a year at AS level before switching to a full time video course. In July 2011, I had a serious downhill mountain bike crash initially rendering me paralysed and having a massive impact on my life. Learning to walk again and rebuilding your body isnt eas...

Submitted by KitPlus
Published 01 November 2013

KFX Aurora LT remote head

Issue 81 - September 2013 Released just over one year ago the KFX Aurora LT remote head has rapidly become a very popular on set tool for long run shows and day playing alike. Camera Operators and grips love how easy it is to get ready and rental houses love the ease of maintenance and the quick return on investment that they are getting. The key t...

Submitted by KitPlus
Published 01 October 2013

Sportsnet stays ahead of the game with Quantel

by Roger ThorntonIssue 81 - September 2013 Over the last 15 years, Sportsnet has risen to become one of Canadas leading sports media operations. The Sportsnet and Sportsnet One TV channels are complemented by Sportsnet Radio, Sportsnet Magazine and its premium international sports channel, Sportsnet World. In May 2013, parent company Rogers Media a...

Submitted by Roger Thornton
Published 01 October 2013

A year in the life of SIS LIVE

by David MeynellIssue 81 - September 2013 This time a year ago SIS LIVE was still glowing with the pride that came from working to deliver outside broadcast TV coverage and satellite connectivity for London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic events. At the time 2013 was billed as a fallow year for the live broadcasting industry which, as we will see, was...

Submitted by David Meynell
Published 01 October 2013

EditShare hits the back of the net for french football gi...

by James RichingsIssue 80 - August 2013 Three times winners of Ligue 1, Frances highest football division, LOSC Lille is one of the premier professional sporting clubs in the country and have a sizeable following drawn from across Northern France. Live home games are broadcast for national TV and the club creates content for its own in-house televi...

Submitted by James Richings
Published 01 September 2013

Quantum StorNext plays a starring role for Framestore

by Laurent FanichetIssue 80 - August 2013 Even Oscar winners need to update tools to cope with the rapid transition from film to digital, for leading post production studio Framestore that meant choosing StorNext File System and Storage Manager to improve digital workflows and automate data management, resulting in a 30-60 percent saving. Data File...

Submitted by Laurent Fanichet
Published 01 September 2013