Solid State Logic releases DAW Control for System T

Solid State Logic (SSL) has announced the release of DAW Control for System T...

South African movie The Wall nominated at 3 American festivals

The Wall has been nominated at the Pan African Film and Arts Festival, Houston Black Film Festival and at the Garden State Film Festival...

Dancing on Ice shines with Rotolight Anova PRO 2

Dancing on Ice makes its way back to our screens, Rotolight has announced it has supplied its Anova PRO 2 location and studio lights to help create a dramatic new look for the production...

CETel to provide fibre-like connectivity via SES Networks’ MEO fleet

CETel has signed a five-year contract with SES Networks to connect new exploration and production sites in Africa via SES Networks’ medium earth orbit (MEO) O3b satellite constellation...

Programmers, animators, designers invited to join Vega Game Jam

Vega Game Jam 2018 is set to put aspiring young game developers to the test. The annual 48-hour Global Game Jam will be taking place from 26 to 28 January 2018...

New Panasonic GH5S and Atomos Ninja Inferno – a dream combination for low light...

Panasonic recently released their new GH5S mirrorless camera with amazing low light capabilities. Unleash its full capability by combining it with the Atomos Ninja Inferno 4K monitor/recorder...

Call for IBC2018 Technical Papers submission is now open

IBC has announced that it is now accepting synopsis submissions for its prestigious Technical Papers for the IBC2018 Conference...

Fujifilm/Fujinon’s MK zoom lens series honoured in several best-of lists

Since their launch in February 2017, the MK Series of zoom lenses from the Optical Devices Division of Fujifilm have received numerous accolades from noted industry websites, publications and cinematographers...

How Nigeria can succeed in digital migration – EutelSat boss

What can African countries in general and Nigeria in particular, do to meet up with the digital switch-over? As you know, digital migration is something...

70 per cent of digital migration completed in Burkina Faso

On December 28, 70 per cent of the population of Burkina Faso switched to digital terrestrial television (DTT). The infrastructure installed for the project...
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