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High Flyers

Drones have been on the receiving end of a great deal of justifiable, adverse comments in recent months. There have been reports of near misses with commercial aeroplanes, and

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The immersive world of sports TV

As viewers increasingly watch video content on multiple screens, often engaging with more than one platform at the same time, the battle for content providers is no longer just

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Rock steady

Gibraltar’s TV service began in 1962. At that time, it was a small commercial operation, but it led to the creation, by statute, of the Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation

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Moving a TV station

Moving a busy broadcast centre is not an easy task. Choosing a new location and engaging an architect with a building design you like are only the first steps. The technical

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Eighty years of High Definition

Let’s face it; early descriptions of television were not very complimentary. Philo Farnsworth, credited with creating the first fully electronic system, is reported to have

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How do you connect your TV data?

It was widely reported that prior to the February 2013 debut of House of Cards, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos revealed his game plan for the streaming

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Rethinking subscriber management

The battle for the hearts of pay-TV subscribers is in full swing. In almost every region, the number of subscription-based pay-TV services across cable, satellite and recently

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From Stockholm to Stockley Park

Over seven million BBC One viewers watched this year’s Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final - an increase of half a million viewers over the previous year’s broadcast in the UK

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Remote editing on The Island

Michael Burns looks at the how the post production team on The Island with Bear Grylls overcame problems of location and logistics to produce hit reality show

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