Get hands on with the latest gear and meet the RedShark team at BVE 2018

Written by RedShark News Staff


The 27th Feb - 1st March sees the Broadcast Video Expo make its yearly return to London. There's never been a better, or more convenient time to try out the latest production gear. You can pop by and chat with us too!

Here's news for anyone within easy reach of London (and I guess that would include travellers from nearby European countries as well).

BVE is taking place on Feb 27-March 1st in the ExCel London Royal Victoria Dock. Remember that Feb only has 28 days so this is a three day show.

The organisers describe it as:

"London's premier event where professionals of all types from the media, entertainment and creative industries come together to explore and experience the future of the content creation, commercial innovation and cutting edge technology."

And it is indeed a very good show, which I think has improved markedly over the last few years.

It's exactly like a Mini IBC or NAB, without the expense of getting there. Most of the major manufacturers will be there either in person or through their distributors and resellers.

Tyrell, for example, represents Avid, EditShare, Sony, JVC, Livestream and other big names.

It's a great opportunity to get your hands on new equipment and to have your questions answered by the experts.

The show's compact enough that you're going to see everyone you want to see, and it's big enough that it's well worth a visit.

RedShark will be there, resplendent in our RedShark shirts. If you see us, please stop us for a chat.

Pop on over to the official BVE website to book your tickets.

Tags: Production


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