Studio & Broadcast

Smart TVs would appear to have a lot to answer for. For anyone who has had to go into the settings of their friends television set to turn off the dreaded 'motion interpolation', Chris Foreman asks the question, do viewers really care about picture quality any more?
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Japanese broadcaster NHK has confirmed its long-held plans to start 8K broadcasts by the end of this year by announcing a brand-new channel, BS8K, that will launch on December 1st.
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As much as a film is intended to be viewed as a whole, inevitably there are performances, scenes, images, special or visual effects and lines that are remembered more than others. This applies to sound design as well and in particular The Piano (1993), one of the early demo selections used to show off 5.1 surround during the 1990s.
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Dell recently ran an event to show off its new Cinema features on its latest laptops. Roland Denning reports back on what he saw.
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We've come from the dark old days in the UK of three channels and broadcasts being halted at 12am to the sound of the national anthem. But with online services demanding our attention with ever better quality series, is it all now too much to bear?
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The 5th episode of RedShark Live has been unleashed to the world today (16th August). Check out the link below to watch it. 
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Just what is going on with the modern cinema 'experience'?
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Cinema once offered the go-to experience for film viewers. Home viewing was simply not capable of matching the lure of the ultra-big screen. Today is different. Can cinema, and more to the point, systems such as IMAX, ever compete again in a world of Netflix and VR?
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When it comes to immersive film experiences, there is no doubt that the bigger the screen, the better. Roland Denning takes a magical mystery tour through the very first, true big screen experiences.
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Spec sheets might sell to geeks, but for the rest of us, it's emotions that make us buy. And that's what Sony's always done with their Bravia advertisements. This latest one really hits the spot.
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It is the HD format that never really was. Yet despite its failure, the picture quality holds up even now. To what are we referring? D-VHS, the tape based HD rival to DVD. Why did it never catch on?
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