Comments: play nicely now

Published in Business

In a nutshell, we're not going to censor opinions, but we are also going to make sure that they're not written in a language that may offend or insult.

Download the new RedShark App for IOS and Android

Published in Business

RedShark's App is here! It's the new best way to read RedShark, and it's available from the Apple and Android App stores. Just search "RedShark"

Here are some fascinating things that we learned from our sessions at London's Broadcast Video Expo

RedShark TV: The DVX 200, NewTek, IBC & more

Published in Production

RedShark TV Episode 2: The Panasonic DVX 200 in depth. Plus we talk to NewTek President & CTO, Dr Andrew Cross, catch up with EMC, and wrap up IBC.

Send us your nominations for the RedShark Awards

Published in Business

With the RedShark Awards coming up at the end of next week - please send us your nominations. Details below.

Of slots and 8K: What happens in Vegas...

Published in Business

"If you don’t like slot machines, Vegas isn’t the place for you." That is possibly the biggest understatement you’ll hear all year.

A Blender full of controversy

Published in Post & VFX

One of our contributing writers, Phil Rhodes, wrote an article critical of the user interface and development management in Open Source Blender. The Blender community rose in its defense. Here’s our response

Sony and RedShark - courtesy of Livestream - were live earlier from New York as Sony's Peter Crithary and our own David Shapton talked about how to plan and produce live TV shows with affordable equipment and services.

In our article How should we test cameras? we asked what was better: unblinking scientific testing or judging on the percieved quality of the image, and we discussed some of the issues surrounding camera evaluations. But we thought it was only right to get the perspective from the people on the front-end doing the reviews themselves. Here, Simon Wyndham presents The Reviewer’s Conundrum.

In our article How should we test cameras? we asked what was better: unblinking scientific testing or judging on the perceived quality of the image, and we discussed some of the issues surrounding camera evaluations. But we thought it was only right to get the perspective from the people on the front-end doing the reviews themselves. Here, Phil Rhodes talks about objectivity vs subjectivity.

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