Studio & Broadcast

These days it's hard to imagine what it was like before 24 hour news channels, and if you've never worked for one, it probably doesn't occur to you that, sometimes, there's a shortage of good stories
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The BBC have announced they are going to “suspend 3D programming for an indefinite period due to a lack of public appetite for the technology”
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24 Jun 2013

Tractor-powered 4G

by Published in Studio & Broadcast
As stunts go, it's a good one. UK mobile provider EE had already stated that it was going to provide on-site 4G wireless internet for Glastonbury festival goers on its network, now it's saying that it will have a converted tractor touring the site acting as a mobile 4G hotspot.
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Sony's just announced an HD Projector with a laser inside
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Up to now, Sky (full name BSkyB), the UK-based satellite broadcaster has been silent on the subject of 4K, saying only that they are "looking at it", and given that you'd have to be in orbit round Neptune not to be "looking" at 4K, that doesn't tell us very much at all
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REDRAY, RED's 4K player, is real, and it's just started shipping
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How will we get our 4K TV programs? Japan's testing delivery by internet streaming
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Sony's plans for 4K delivery are slowly becoming clearer. Palo Alto-based Eye IO announced on 30th May that their encoding technology will be used by Sony to deliver 4K content to their $4K media player, which will be launched this summer
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It’s been a little over a week since Adobe announced the end of perpetual licenses for its Creative Suite software family. Adobe CS6 will be the last product line to be available as a boxed set or download. There will be no future development. The future is the Adobe Creative Cloud
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The Seiki 4K set for under $1300 is in the shops and apparently selling well to early adopters who shrug off the unavailability of 4K material. But is it any good? The first in-depth reviews are out
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The influential Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers has been talking about the future directions that HEVC might take now that its effectively out in the wild. And it's interesting stuff
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