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Welcome ISSUE 96: DECEMBER 2014 T his last issue of 2014 is featuring “new technologies” and topping the list of entries is, not surprisingly, 4k. With some much spoken about 4k cameras on the market it’s questionable how long this format will be considered “new” but worth remembering the move to 4k is not all about acquisition but involves a financial hit for the broadcaster in terms of infrastructure from playout to data storage for the standard to be fully established. Magazine Office: PO Box 6090, Newbury, RG14 9BB, UK Whilst consumers are tempted by mega tv set deals there remains a defi nite gap in the broadcast workfl ow between capturing the 4k content and delivering it to viewers. This month we have a wealth of information including IP delivery possibilities to ensure that 4k to the home becomes a reality. How to subscribe: All subscription enquiries UK and overseas online at: It was great to see such a crowd at both venues of our recent Tour… breaking all records! We have a feedback and photo frenzy on page 38 so do take a look. We simply ran out of room for all the comments but we have maximised space for those that needed addressing with replies where we can. Taking on board all of your feedback we’re now looking forward to June 2015 where we take on Manchester, Bristol (you have been asking us to come back for a while now!), Birmingham and London. All the info is This issue also marks the start of a series from Den Lennie, this month discussing what your perfect business might look like. It’s a good insight for those needing a monthly fi x of solid advice, and if you need more then check out his new book. Turn to page 50 for all the info on the ITTP conference in January (or the advert opposite) and if you have an interest in training (providing or receiving) then do register for the event at Pinewood on 27 th January 2015 Dick Hobbs concludes the issue with a seasonal round-up of primetime commercials, from Monty the penguin to fairies with no road awareness. There is a point to all this though which I won’t spoil so early on but do turn to page 98 for some festive cheer. With season’s greetings from us all... Switchboard: +44 (0)1635 237 237 Editor: Simon Tillyer, Production Editor: Matt Robbins, Advertising: Jonathan Highett, Accounts: Lucy Turner, Events: Selen Sevket, Subscriptions: Layout and artwork: Simon Kay, Dan Butler, Back copies: Online at: Hard copies available from the offi ce on request. Website: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of all advertisements and other items in this publication, TV-BAY can accept no responsibility for any errors or omissions or incorrect insertions. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the written permission of TV-BAY. E&OE Terms & conditions available at: Copyright 2004-2014. All trademarks acknowledged. +44 (0)1635 237 237 tv-bay are proud to sponsor The Guild of Television Cameramen Simon Tillyer +44 (0)1635 237237 tv-bay proudly support DREAMFLIGHT.ORG - Changing children's lives for the past 27 years! Cover Image: Alister Chapman KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 96 DECEMBER 2014 | 3