Multimedia systems integrator, equipment specialist and service provider CJP Broadcast announces a new addition to its technical support team with the appointment of Rees Williams as broadcast engineer. He joins the company after four years with event presentation company Universal Live where he was a technical project manager specialising in audiovisual operations.
Accompanying image shows Rees Williams on left with CJP Broadcast technical manager James Ruddock outside the company's Ross-on-Wye headquarters.
"Rees is a very welcome addition to our team," comments CJP Broadcast founder and managing director Chris Phillips. "His experience across the events sector and the wider media business blends very well with our activity in project management and integration, equipment distribution, technical support and video production. He has already performed sterling work in the completion phase of our recent 4K-UHD virtual studio for the University of Sunderland."
"CJP Broadcast is a forward-thinking company which understands the ways in which media technology can be applied across many areas of modern life, not least the broadcast mainstream," Rees Williams adds. "I am delighted to be working alongside talented and experienced colleagues with an evident commitment to delivering powerful solutions within sensible budgets."
After graduating from Birmingham City University with a BSc in Sound Engineering and Production, Rees Williams established an audio engineering and stage event consultancy in 2008, providing technical support on increasingly ambitious projects before joining the technical support staff of Miami-based Celebrity Cruises where he supervised the operation and maintenance of shipboard audiovisual entertainment equipment. He progressed in January 2017 to Universal Live, working alongside the sales and accounts departments to create bespoke audiovisual proposals for large bookings and hybrid events as well as managing relevant equipment hire accounts.
About CJP Broadcast
CJP Broadcast (www.cjp-bss.co.uk) provides a wide range of services in the broadcast, corporate, education and sports sectors. These include systems integration, augmented-reality/virtual-reality studio design and construction, live video production and streaming, and video-on-demand platform management with or without paywall solutions.
A further CJP speciality is the digitisation and restoration of legacy cine and tape for media archiving. CJP also offers video and audio production equipment from leading brands selected on the basis of high quality, operational versatility and affordability.
CJP customers include national and regional broadcasters in the UK and overseas, government organisations, universities, corporate studio operators and sports clubs. In the sports field, CJP works directly with clubs ranging from grass roots through to tier 1, delivering both technology and live sports production.
CJP also offers full hands-on training which is available in all aspects of media system operation, as well as technical support for new or legacy studio infrastructure.