A new UHD Service Tracker from the Ultra HD Forum has found three-quarters of UHD services available globally are predominantly linear. The new Tracker looks at 150 commercial consumer-facing Ultra HD television services worldwide, collating information from three billion subscriptions worldwide. It says 300 million of these have access to UHD. […]Read More
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The arrival of 5G marks a sea-change for the broadcast world, especially for companies like NEP that serve the live and remote production industries. “It’s already here, and NEP is already using it,” says Donald Begg, director of technology, Major Events, NEP UK. “5G offers the ability to have download […]Read More
Knowing the media landscape is more important now than ever before, and that is why 4media Group is hosting our live Q&As every Friday with leading journalists, producers and broadcasters. This week we spoke with David Blackmore, a leading daytime TV producer. David has worked on leading daytime TV shows, […]Read More
The RTS went behind the scenes to discover how ITV’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! became a global reality hit Snakes chewing through camera cables, raging bush fires and thunderstorms knocking out feeds. It seems the challenges of filming a TV show in the jungle are as tricky as any Bushtucker Trial. […]Read More
The BBC has revealed a five-point plan designed to support the UK’s independent production sector through the Covid-19 pandemic, including doubling the investment in its ‘small indie’ fund. The UK pubcaster said it was “committed to maintaining the creative health and viability of its supply base across the UK during […]Read More
ITV’s Director of Television, Kevin Lygo, today announced the creation of a £500k development fund targeted at the independent sector to help producers during the crisis. The fund is designed to accelerate the search for new ideas and content for the channel to play in the later part of 2020 […]Read More