11-12 May 2022
London Olympia

The Media Production & technology Show

Industry News


Industry News

  • The University of Central Lancashire has completed a £550,000 studio upgrade, after a six-week project completed before the academic year. The upgrade allows the university to move from SD to UHD, wit ...
  • Filmzie expands into TV with All3Media content

    19 Jan 2021 Max Miller - Broadcast
    Free streaming platform Filmzie has announced its expansion into TV series with the launch of its deal with All3Media International. Fresh Meat (pictured above) will be the first show to launch on the ...
  • Coalition for Change places recruitment centre stage

    19 Jan 2021 Max Goldbart - Broadcast
    Recruitment woes and working conditions took centre stage at the second Coalition for Change meeting, as progress was made towards creating a Freelance Charter. Shaped by Sky UK managing director of c ...
  • Technicolor Post to be acquired by Streamland Media

    15 Jan 2021 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast
    Technicolor Post has been acquired by Streamland Media for a reported US$36.5m (£26.8m). Streamland is HQ’ed in LA and already owns a number of post-production brands, including The Farm Group, Ghost ...
  • Audio UK boss to step down

    15 Jan 2021 Max Goldbart - Broadcast
    Audio UK managing director Will Jackson, a key player in forging the £3m Audio Content Fund, is stepping down after seven years. Jackson will leave at the end of the month to join Anglia Ruskin Univer ...
  • Candour Productions is to lead a consortium that includes communications specialist aql and safety company MTN Safety to deliver the Live & Wild project. The project will test the use of 5G technology ...
  • Autodesk has promoted Diana Colella to senior vice president of Autodesk’s Media and Entertainment (M&A) group. This division of the company oversees the Autodesk products used in film and TV producti ...
  • Fujifilm launches Premista 19-45mm T2.9 lens

    14 Jan 2021 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast
    Fujifilm has unveiled the Fujinon Premista 19-45mm T2.9” lens (pictured, above left) – a wide-angle zoom covering focal lengths from 19mm to 45mm. The Premista 19-45mm covers large-format sensors and, ...
  • Virtual Post has appointed Yives Reed to the newly created role of commercial director. Reed had been providing consultancy services to Virtual Post for the past year through his 2017-founded Media Mi ...
  • Amazon Prime Video To Air ATP Tennis Tours In February

    13 Jan 2021 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast Sport
    Amazon Prime Video is showing live tennis coverage of the Women’s Tennis Tour (WTA) and Men’s Tours (ATP Tour) in the UK and Ireland next month. The schedule for the coverage, which is exclusive to Am ...
  • Barça TV and Real Madrid TV, two world-famous television sport channels, are relying on our PRO3 Series bonded cellular transmitters and the StreamHub transceiver to broadcast live football training s ...
  • Six organisations from the creative, tech, and scientific sectors have come together to create an AR experience for upcoming BBC Studios Natural History Unit documentary The Green Planet. BBC Studios, ...

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  • Exhibiting and speaking at MPTS was a very worthwhile investment for Blackbird. We made a lot of valuable contacts over the 2 days at what was a busy & well organised event for the UK’s media production industry
    Adrian Lambert
  • I think MPTS is a fantastic opportunity for film, television and online to all come together, ultimately we have so much to learn. We are increasingly needing to and should be producing television & stories that are truly engaging and interactive
    James Levelle
    Adventure Filmmaker
  • Our first show & it’s been a great experience, it surpassed our expectations. We got exposure to a receptive audience which has been incredible. The show worked really well for us & would love to do it again. A well-organised, brilliant experience!
    Bethan Wilkin
  • What I like about MPTS is that it covers everything from creative to very high-end technology. The benefits of attending are simple, it's THE annual event for the screen production industry in the UK and provides the opportunity to connect with people from across the production process
    Paul de Carvalho
  • Panasonic have supported MPTS since its inception, because we wanted to support a show that both considers the constant evolution of our industry and helps deliver new opportunities for our business. We consider MPTS to be a key show for the UK as it provides a platform that focuses on the technology advancements that impact the creative industries, and that is something we want to be a part of
    Nigel Wilkes