Studio & Broadcast

With BSkyB’s successful Ultra HD broadcast – albeit to a small, select audience - of an EPL match now under the broadcaster’s belt, a line has been drawn under the intercontinental programme of Ultra HD sports testing that has been undertaken over the summer months. So, what have we learned, what work remains to be done, and where does that…
Read more...
Ever since the launch of it’s flagship 84 inch 4K Bravia, Sony has promised a 4K downloading service. Now it’s here, and we know the prices
Read more...
According to reports in the Wall Street Journal, Sony is looking at significantly upping the stakes when it comes to providing content directly to viewers over the internet by inking a deal with media giant Viacom.
Read more...
Peter J. Haas completes a roundup of digital distribution options for the independent filmmaker
Read more...
4K broadcast television is coming early to South Korea
Read more...
London's Soho is a bit of a contradiction when it comes to technology. There are more post production facilities in this square mile than in the rest of the country. Every broom cupboard houses at least three video editors. Only a decade ago, almost every Soho pedestrian carried a Digi Beta tape or even a can of film. Now, it's…
Read more...
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
Read more...
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”
Read more...
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.
Read more...
Sony's just announced an HD Projector with a laser inside
Read more...
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
Read more...
Page 7 of 9

Twitter Feed