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Albert launches ‘climate storytelling’ tool for programme makers
BAFTA-owned UK film and television sustainability organisation Albert has unveiled a new tool to help those working in editorial in TV and film to bring climate storytelling into their programmes.
Object-based audio for television
Since the beginning of TV production, channel based audio mixing has been the norm.
HPA opens entries for Engineering Excellence Award
The Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) opened the call for entries for its Engineering Excellence Award at the Future of Cinema Conference at NAB.
NAB 2017: Avid makes move to the cloud
Avid kicked off NAB with a customer and press event that focused on the company’s roll out of cloud-based apps and services.
Olivier Schaak, Creative Director, Canal+, on the challenges of storytelling in a multiplatform world
Olivier Schaak offers advice on how to develop a story in a multi-platform world.
Patrick Spence: What comes after the Golden Age of TV?
It’s almost a cliché now: we are living in a ‘golden age’ of scripted TV. But what drives this TV renaissance and how it will evolve is a matter of ongoing debate.
What place does virtual reality have in broadcast?
Virtual reality (VR) is a hot topic across the media industry and is already beginning to find traction in areas such as sports broadcasting, says Stan Moote.
Anna Winger: Breaking the mould of German TV
The writer behind one of the biggest dramas of 2016 believes the success of the programme marks the beginning of something big for German TV.
Storyteller – Marrying real-time metadata with live events to automate production for multi-screen
Sports as a content genre can be characterized using certain keywords – live, unscripted drama, conversational, loyal audiences