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Industry Insights

BT expands multi-platform services

BT is standardizing on Elemental software to unify its headend serving BT TV Everywhere, BT Sport App, and BT Ultra HD services. Together with...


Editors are taking the stage

EditFest London has unveiled a lineup of editors who will take the stage at the British Film Institute Southbank on Saturday, 25 June. Produced by...


Neerav Shah Joins Grass Valley

Grass Valley has appointed Neerav D. Shah as the company’s new senior vice president, strategic marketing. Shah has more than 25 years of experience...


IABM Game Changer Award for Sixty

The solution of TV experience company Sixty received the the award at the NAB Show 2016.



Ronan Kelly New President of FTTH Council Europe

Members of the FTTH Council Europe met at the General Assembly in Amsterdam on 19 and 20 April. The FTTH Council Europe Board of Directors has...


Jan De Witte is CEO-Designate

As per the company's statement, Mr. Eric Van Zele, CEO, plans to retire later this year. In anticipation of Mr. Van Zele’s retirement, the Board...


Said Bacho is Chief Business Development and Marketing Officer

Said Bacho has joined SAM as Chief Business Development and Marketing Officer.



Call for Papers for IEEE CE

The 6th IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics - Berlin will be held from the 4th to 7th September 2016 in parallel with the IFA. The...


First Cinemascope Zoom for 16:9 Super35 and larger sensors

With the 1.5x anamorphic power of the P+S Technik CS Zoom the company presented at NAB last week, the user is able to capture Cinemascope 2.35:1...