11-12 May 2022
London Olympia

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  • Dneg recruits Paul Salvini as global CTO

    17 Nov 2020 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast
    VFX and animation house Dneg has recruited Paul Salvini as global chief technology officer. He will be responsible for developing a new tech vision for the company, which employs more than 7,000 emplo ...
  • Blackmagic Design explain how 26 of this year’s Emmy® Award nominees who live or were located in California were live streamed into the telecast of the 72nd Emmys using kits built around Pocket Cinema ...
  • Sport and events broadcast graphics company, Moov, has announced the appointment of Mike Phillipson to the newly created role of chief operating officer. Phillipson, former ceo at creative agency grou ...
  • Nu Boyana Film Studios opens London facility

    11 Nov 2020 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast
    Bulgarian post house Nu Boyana Film Studios has opened an office in London, with facilities including two DaVinci Resolve Studio grading suites. Ny Boyana Film Studios is owned by Nu Image, one of the ...
  • Envy launches Envy Remote app

    11 Nov 2020 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast
    Envy has launched a platform called Envy Remote that enables a hybrid approach to post-production, bringing production, on-site editing and remote editing together in one place. Envy Remote has been c ...
  • Framestore acquires Company 3 / Method

    11 Nov 2020 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast Sport
    Framestore has purchased global post-production and VFX brands Company 3 / Method (C3M) for an undisclosed figure, in partnership with financiers Aleph Capital and Crestview Partners. Framestore is HQ ...
  • Dagenham Studios secures new backer

    11 Nov 2020 Broadcast
    The long-gestating film and TV studio complex in Dagenham, East London has found a new backer in Hackman Capital Partners (HCP).  The Los Angeles-based real estate firm signed a deal to build the site ...
  • Post-production uncovered: Stardust (Cinema)

    30 Oct 2020 Max Miller - Broadcast
    Twickenham Studios have completed the all-important sound mix for David Bowie biopic, Stardust. Directed by Gabriel Range (I am Slave, Death of a President), it was developed from a screenplay written ...
  • ATG Danmon has completed work on a 4K television production and live streaming facility at Lafayette London events centre.  The system allows for studio-style recording as well as live relay of stage ...
  • Live production company Mobile TV Group has launched a third ‘Flex’ OB truck. 47 Flex, which joins 45 and 46 Flex, adds to the business’ 30+ OB truck fleet. It features Calrec’s Artemis digital audio ...
  • Gravity Media bolsters business development team

    29 Oct 2020 Jake Bickerton - Broadcast
    Live production specialist Gravity Media has expanded its UK business development team with the appointment of Nick Bender, Vanessa Cooper and Laura Wignall. Bender joins from post house Evolutions, w ...
  • The Association of Motion Picture Sound (AMPS) has teamed up with The Cinema Audio Society (CAS) and the Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) to launch an online petition for a ‘Sound Credit’ initiativ ...

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    Adrian Lambert
    Blackbird
  • 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
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    Bethan Wilkin
    ITV
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    Paul de Carvalho
    3Mills
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    Nigel Wilkes
    Panasonic