RedShark at NAB 2014

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RedShark's at NAB in a big way this year - you'll see our banners everywhere! And it's your chance to meet the team!

On Friday we released our first-ever TV show. In case you missed it, here it is again

Just before IBC in Amsterdam, we’re announcing the formation of the RedShark Awards. Compared to what the industry is used to, they’re different. Here’s why.

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.

Even though we've only been online for four months, we've got hundreds of articles on the site, and it's getting harder to find what you're looking for. Search is a good tool, but like all such systems, it doesn't always work as you'd expect. Which means that there's a lot of good material on the RedShark site that you might miss because you don't know it's there

RedShark Comments are now turned on

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It's taken a few weeks, but now it's ready. We've just turned on RedShark's comments system. Feedback is very important to us and to other readers. It will help us produce more of the content that you want to see.

RedShark is the website for the Moving Image Industry, and we're growing fast. We want our readers to have the best possible coverage of events and issues. And that's why we're not just attending the big industry shows around the world, we're taking part in them

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

Comments in RedShark

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RedShark has a sophisticated comments system, but we haven't turned it on yet because we want to make sure that the rest of the RedShark site is running smoothly first. It's coming soon, though.

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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