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Shotoku Broadcast Systems Appoints Clive Mumby as Sales Manager Posted: 09/11/2017

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support, and virtual reality tracking, has appointed Clive Mumby to the role of Sales Manager. He will be responsible for worldwide sales for the companys Robotics product lines.

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Shotoku Broadcast Systems Opens Shotoku USA and Extends Local Support Posted: 22/04/2017

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a world leader of advanced camera support products, has expanded its global presence with the launch of Shotoku USA, a company founded to support the organizations already significant and growing customer-base in North America. The announcement was made by James Eddershaw, Managing Director of parent company Shotoku UK, who noted that US support operations are headquartered in New York State with a satellite office located in Atlanta Georgia.  

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Shotoku Expands With New Corporate Headquarters Posted: 26/03/2015

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, has announced that it has relocated its UK corporate headquarters to a new location in Sunbury that doubles the size of its operating space. The announcement was made by Mike Wolfe, managing director, Shotoku, from the companys brand new office.

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Shotoku To Boost Worldwide Sales Initiatives with Appointment of New Technical Sales Manager Posted: 18/09/2014

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, has named Trevor Sword its new Technical Sales Manager. James Eddershaw, Shotokus sales director, made the announcement from the companys UK office where Sword will be based.

According to Eddershaw, Sword will be responsible for advancing sales of the companys full range of robotic camera systems, increasing Shotokus customer base around the world, and supporting the companys agents.

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Shotoku Broadcast to Pair Gemini Pan Bar Control System With Stagebox For Simpified and Cost-Effective Remote Camera Control Posted: 26/03/2013

 Worlds First Demonstrations to be Held at NAB 2013, Booth SL11813

 

Torrance, CA ¢  Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support and virtual reality tracking, will present the worlds first demonstrations of its Gemini Pan Bar Control System (PBCS) paired with Stagebox by BBC R&D a powerful, standards-based solution for connecting video, audio and data between remote locations over standard networks.  Demonstrations will be held in Stagebox Booth # SL11813.

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Industry Veteran John T. OKeefe Joins Shotoku Broadcast Systems as VP Sales and Marketing Posted: 29/11/2012

Naoki Ebimoto, president of Shotoku Broadcast Systems, the international manufacturer of advanced manual and robotic camera support products, today announced that John T. OKeefe has been named vice president, sales & marketing. OKeefe, a highly-respected industry veteran with over 25 years experience, will oversee all sales and marketing operations in North America.

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Leading Chilean Broadcaster Chooses Shotoku for New HD Studios Posted: 25/04/2012

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, recently completed the installation and commissioning of a complex remotely controllable camera system at Canal 13, in Santiago, Chile. James Eddershaw, Shotokus sales director, made the announcement from the Companys UK headquarters in Staines, UK.

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Canal 5 Noticias Chooses Shotoku For Virtual Production in Argentina Posted: 03/02/2012

Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, proclaimed a successful integration of the company's virtual reality (VR) camera support at C5N (Canal 5 Noticias) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Shotoku Inc.s president, Naoki Ebimoto, made the announcement from the Companys US headquarters in Torrance, CA.

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WGBH Upgrades To Robotics With Shotoku Broadcast Systems Posted: 25/03/2011
Shotoku Broadcast Systems has supplied a six-channel remotely controlled camera configuration to WGBH Boston - Americas preeminent public broadcaster and producer for PBS - as part of the stations upgrade to a sophisticated robotic solution. The system was installed in WGBHs studios located at One Guest Street, Boston, MA.  James Eddershaw, Shotokus sales director made the announcement from the Companys European headquarters in Staines, UK.

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Ecuadors Top Broadcaster Buys Shotoku Camera Support For Virtual Set Posted: 10/11/2010
Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, recently delivered a set of the Company's new, lightweight virtual systems to Corporacion Ecuatoriana de Televisin in Quito, Ecuador. Shotoku Inc.s president, Naoki Ebimoto, made the announcement from the Companys US headquarters in Torrance, CA.

 

Ecuavisa, as it is commonly known, began broadcasting in 1967 and is the South American nation's largest network with stations in both the capital city, Quito and in Guayaquil. The Shotoku systems were specified through local integrator ANXI Compania, Ltd. as part of a system with Virtual Studio technology from Vizrt. The package, installed in late July, is being configured and tested while its operators are trained.

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Shotokus New High Capacity Robotic Camera Control Systems Take Center Stage at IBC 2010 Posted: 09/07/2010
Shotoku's Remote Camera Control Automation Options, Robotic Pedestal, and Pan/Tilt Heads Will Also Be Highlighted
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