November 30, 2022
In order to ensure that the business has a diversified future, broadcast executives must advocate for increased participation of people of colour in senior positions.
Leaders from UK broadcasters, including the BBC, ITV, and Channel 4, will highlight what they believe are the important concerns confronting the business and how they may be solved on Wednesday during Channel 4's annual Inclusion Festival.
The Altogether Different: Live event will feature interviews and panel discussions on a variety of subjects, such as the challenges faced by disabled talent, the portrayal of Muslims in the media, and the transgender community.
It was frequently brought up in the previews of some of the pre-recorded meetings to improve the variety of off-screen talent and alter the composition of senior leaders in broadcasting. Speaking about the value of off-screen diversity, Channel 4 CEO Alex Mahon says: "Off-screen representation is considerably harder (than on-screen) because
November 23, 2022
Studying the work of successful filmmakers is a great way to learn the craft of filmmaking. It can provide inspiration, help you to understand the nuances of the craft, and give you insight into the techniques used by legendary filmmakers. The four filmmakers discussed in this blog post are some of the most influential and acclaimed filmmakers in film history. Each director has made a lasting impact on the art of filmmaking, and their work is still studied and revered today. From their unique visual style to their narrative structure, each director brings something special to the table. Here, we will explore the work of these four legendary filmmakers in more detail and discuss why they are worth studying.
Perhaps one of the most well-known filmmakers of all time, Hitchcocks films are often characterized by suspense, mysterious plots, and clever camera techniques. One of his most famous films, Psycho, is a psychological horror film that has become a classic.
November 09, 2022
As a filmmaker, having the right camera can be the difference between a good film and a great one. High-quality video production cameras are essential when it comes to capturing your vision and creating professional-looking films. But with so many options on the market, how do you choose the right one? This blog post will help you make an informed decision by exploring the top 5 movie-level production video cameras. From models by Canon and Blackmagic to Arri and RED, all of these cameras offer the highest-quality video production capabilities and features. We'll discuss each camera's unique features, specs, and price points so you can decide which one is best for your next project. So whether you're shooting a feature film, producing a commercial, or just starting out, this blog post will help you make the best decision for your next video production.
Canon C200 Mark II
The Canon C200 Mark II is a top-tier digital cinema camera that is a great choice for professional
November 02, 2022
By 2030, it is anticipated that the global market for broadcast equipment would generate $7.06 billion at a 4.8% CAGR.
The size of the global broadcast equipment market was estimated at USD 6.32 billion in 2021; it is anticipated to increase to USD 2028 value by 2028 and expand at a CAGR of 9.1% from 2022 to 2028.
The most recent market study, Broadcast Equipment Industry: By Size, Trends, Share, Growth, Segments, Industry Analysis and Forecast, 2030, published by Polaris Market Research, provides an overview of the market's development through the use of type and application-specific segmentations. The research also discusses the competitive climate, which aids firms in determining how robust the industry is and the fields that are expanding over time. By concentrating on important business insights and numerous elements including market growth, consumption volume, and trends, the market is also thoroughly researched.
According to a study analysis from Polaris Market
October 27, 2022
Lumens VC-TA50 AI Auto Tracking Camera
With state of the art AI-Powered human face recognition supported by its Smart AF feature, Lumens offers 3 tracking modes with auto framing, 20x Optical zoom in 1080p in 60 fps, all wrapped up in a conveniently small broadcast camera with a 5 year warranty promise.
These tracking modes range from; Everywhere Tracking Mode to following the presenter of any subject you choose with just a simple click for quick and easy changes on broadcast; Partition Tracking Mode, switching to preset angles and zooms when a presenter is in a user-defined partition area which when left will follow the presenter autonomously; and Stage Tracking Mode, whether it in auto-tracking or manual mode the VC-TA50 can smoothly pan, tilt and zoom at whatever speed is needed to keep up with your presenters and cinematography needs. Even better, All these tracking modes are kept in crisp quality by the Smart