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WORLD NEWS Atomos announces new distributor A tomos, creator of the award-winning field recorders Ninja-2, Samurai, Samurai Blade and Ronin, and the acclaimed Connect converters has announced the appointment of Cheng Seng Trading Co. Ltd. “Atomos is excited to work with Cheng Seng Group as the exclusive distributor for Atomos products in Taiwan. Cheng Seng Group cover not just the pro-video and broadcast markets but also the photography market. A market in which we have enjoyed spectacular growth in the last year.” said Jeromy Young, CEO and Founder of Atomos. “Cheng Seng Group are more than happy to work together with Atomos promoting their products in the photo, video and broadcasting industries in the Taiwan market.” said David Chiu, Managing Director at Cheng Seng. “We do expect to create a prosperous business based on mutual benefi t.” he continued. The Cheng Seng Group represents many world-famous brands that cover diversifi ed market segmentations. By deeply cultivating markets for many years in Greater China and Taiwan, they have over 300 dealers and shops in the fi eld of Photo, Video and IT industry in Taiwan and have set up dealer networks in every province of China. The Cheng Seng Group will act as a distributor only, supporting existing and new resellers to promote and sell all Atomos brand products in the Taiwan market. See and for more details. ed on last See the Blade review Show Live month’s Broadcast New monitors & delays for Chinese Media Giant’s refit T he Shenzhen Media Group has come to Buckinghamshire based Bel Digital Audio for key elements of their studio facility’s refurbishment. Specialist broadcast monitors and digital delays were supplied via Bel’s China dealer Hiroshi Technologies in Hong Kong. The Shenzhen Media Group has just completed a refi t of their 200 sq m Shenzhen City studio. The newly completed studio will be used by the Shenzhen TV Company, one of SMG’s 12 TV stations. As part of the refi t, Hiroshi Technologies supplied two of Bel’s new BCR-A4-4OB in-rack monitors and two of their 7150 audio synchronisation delays. 30 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 85 JANUARY 2014