Studio & Broadcast

RedShark Replay: Guest author John Clark of Berlin Picture Company explores why there's so little consistency of colour across broadcast platforms and what the industry may need to remedy the problem.
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It’s powerful, it’s technically advanced, and it could possibly even be introducing 4K by satellite by the end of the year. Say hello to Sky Q: the future of TV…at a price.
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LG has been investing a lot of money into successfully commercialising OLED screens lately, and now it’s starting to ramp up the effort of letting people know how impressive they are.
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RedShark's 3rd TV Show features "the world's fastest PC workstation", and we talk to NewTek about how you can make state-of-the-art live TV for the price of a small family sedan. 
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David Bowie was one of the most influential artists of the last century, and this was the moment we all realised
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Over the Christmas period in the UK, Downton Abbey beat EastEnders in the ratings, which could be seen as an indicator of what style of production both UK and American audiences prefer.
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In a bid to bypass the sort of consumer confusion that bedevilled the launch of HD and 3D TV sets, the 35-strong UHD Alliance has unveiled a logo that can be slapped on to all devices that meet a certain minimum spec.
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Regardless of the decision to shoot Star Wars: The Force Awakens on film, digital video has come a long ways since the premiere of (sub-HD) Episodes II and III.
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RedShark 12 Days of Christmas Replays: Some people don't like it when you call UHD 4K. We think it's okay as long as you do it like this...
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We just couldn't resist running this article again in the midst of all the Star Wars euphoria. We have no idea how this happened. It has to be seen to be believed. 
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I recently had a tip-off from a TV manufacturer that it is going to launch some new models at NAB. A key feature of these new sets will be High Dynamic Range (HDR). I’m not completely surprised by this because at the point where everyone else is doing, well, everything, it’s getting harder to make your products stand out.
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