On February 4th, Black Sabbath performed their last show in Birminghams Genting Arena as part of their farewell tour, The End. To chronicle the sold-out, historic final concert, Procam Projects was brought on board in partnership with Eagle Rock Entertainment, director Dick Carruthers and producer Jeremy Azis to film the concert for the documentary, The End of the End. The documentary screened at over 1,500 cinemas worldwide for a one-night-only event on September 28th, and is set to be released this winter.

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Wazee Digital Announces Upgrades to Digital Media Hub Posted: 26/04/2017
Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced an upgrade to Wazee Digital Media Hub, the only centralized, web-based system that allows near-live moments to be captured and made immediately available for global highlights, publishing, and syndication as the event is happening. With the upgrade come two major enhancements: a new gallery view to simplify content organization and search, and integration with Aspera Direct-to-S3 to accelerate file downloads.
Tags: Wazee Digital | Digital Media Hub | audio | broadcast | web-based system | Aspera Integration | Gallery | file download | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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Media Group International Introduces SIENNA to Its Broadcast Customers Posted: 21/01/2014

Leading systems integrator Media Group International can now offer its broadcast customers seamless integration and next generation workflow after becoming an Approved SIENNA Systems integration partner.

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Sachtler Video 20 Helps Chronicle Misfire: The Rise and Fall of The Shooting Gallery Posted: 03/07/2013
In the 1990s The Shooting Gallery produced some of the hottest indie films, including Sling Blade (an Academy Award for Billy Bob Thornton), You Can Count On Me starring Mark Ruffalo (Academy Award nomination) and a series of projects with now-famous actors, producers and directors. Not long ago, director/producers Whitney Ransick and Bob Gosse, along with DP/producer Gil Gilbert and his co-DP Derek Wiesehahn, chronicled the rise and fall of this industry icon in Misfire: The Rise and Fall of The Shooting Gallery. To capture on-camera interviews, which would be interwoven with chosen footage, the team chose to shoot with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II supported by a Video 20 fluid head tripod system from Sachtler, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company.
Tags: Sachtler | Vitec Videocom | Vitec Group | The Shooting Gallery | Sling Blade | Billy Bob Thornton | You can count on me | Mark Ruffalo | Whitney Ransich | Bob Gosse | Gil Gilbert | Derek Wiesehahn | Misfire: The Rise and Fall of The Shooting Gallery | Canon EOS 5D Mark II | Video 20 | fluid head | tripod head | tripod | tripod system | versatile | easy | set up | rock steady | Edie Falco | Laws of Gravity | Michael Spiller
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PAM makeover brings acclaim for BCD Audio Posted: 04/05/2012

PAM has had a makeover and its bringing acclaim and commercial success to UK company BCD Audio. PAM is the acronym for the Presenter Audio Monitor system, for use in the television gallery and on the studio floor, designed and built in the UK and being used increasingly in television and radio studios around the world.

Tags: PAM | BCD Audio | Mike Law | Presenter Audio Monitor system | television studio installations | gallery installations | audio monitoring | presenter outstations | radio broadcasting | television broadcasting | bespoke audio solutions | FPGAs | audio embedding | audio de-embedding | radio station webcasting | webcast system
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Oxygen DCT Presents Seven New Monitors And Award Winning Monitoring Innovations At BVE 2012 Posted: 10/02/2012

Renowned as the UK market leader in LCD monitoring products, Oxygen DCT will showcase a host of new monitors for broadcast and production at BVE 2012, including a new generation of 3D monitoring. The new products and technologies will touch a wide variety of television and digital film from DSLR camera operators to 3D shooting and production galleries for studios and outside broadcast.

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ATG Broadcast completes Media Gallery relocation for BBC Academy Posted: 26/10/2009
ATG Broadcast has completed relocation of the BBC Academy's central London production training studio from Marylebone to White City. The project included the installation and commissioning of a Media Gallery control room and studio floor including traditional tape-based equipment as well as the most up-to-date file-based technology.

"Moving the Marylebone facility to White City forms part of the integration of the BBC's technical training activities into a College of Production which will operate in conjunction with the College of Journalism and the College of Leadership and Management," comments Nick Hall, Technical Services Manager at the BBC Academy. "The new site has the advantage of being close to BBC Television Centre and adjacent to Media Village. It can operate in conjunction with the BBC's engineering training facilities at Wood Norton."

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