Business

All the funding models for high-end content that we’re accustomed to having either melted away under the Netflix onslaught or are under extreme pressure. How do we make sure that there are still projects we want to work on?
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KitSplit is a new concept in the camera gear rentals market: one where owners can safely rent their gear out when they’re not using it.
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The RedShark team is off to Cinegear in Los Angeles in a couple of weeks and I just wanted to mention that we are looking for new writers in the US, particularly on the West Coast. 
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Amazon’s new Echo Show is a personal digital assistant with a video screen. It probably represents the state of the art with cloud-connected voice assistants. Whichever way you look at it, it’s a remarkable achievement
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There are rumours from retailers about a Canon C200
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What are Canon's priorities with video? Why hasn't it put more effort into making the 5D MK 1V a better video camera for shooting video? We think we know why. 
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As we head towards another NAB, it's worth remembering that it is a witches' brew of standards-makers, manufacturers and, yes, end-users that shape the development of our future kit.
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As NAB gets ever closer - it's just over a week away now - it's time to start thinking once more about nominations for the RedShark Awards.
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18 Mar 2017

Is TV the new cinema?

by Published in Business
‘Cinematic’ is a term you’ll often find on these pages. It seems to be a look we all aspire to. We could argue about what ‘cinematic’ actually means (the best answer is probably ‘not like video’ - but then video doesn’t look like video anymore) but I’d rather discuss the underlying assumption: cinema is the highest form of the moving…
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We're planning something really exciting. It's an evening with RED, Audio Network and Lightworks: three great companies all under the umbrella of ‘RedShark Live’, on March 9, New York. There will be pizza.
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Finally, after what seems like years of speculation, YouTube has announced that it’s going to start streaming live TV channels, starting with a limited rollout of a so-called ‘skinny bundle’ in major markets in the USA.
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