CVP, the leading broadcast and professional video solutions provider in the United Kingdom and Europe, are now authorised to carry out repairs on any Sony Venice camera.
Following two years of rapid growth, Hackney-born Wash has announced its move to a brand new central London facility as it looks to improve its offering, and diversify into more long form work and visual effects-heavy pipelines.
This time last year we ran a rental special. now we revisit the topic to find out what’s changed in 2018.
Following Kodak’s new film processing plans, the company is also launching a high volume film content asset management business. But what's the end goal?
Audiences across the EU will lose out substantially if the European Commission presses ahead with plans to erode the territorial exploitation of film and television rights, a new report released today at the Festival de Cannes international film festival reveals.
ES Broadcast Hire has agreed the acquisition of the Gearbox Hire business from CVP. Jessica Munday from ES commented. "The agreement includes Gearbox rental equipment, the transfer of existing personnel and an office at Media City in Manchester. We will continue to trade as ES Broadcast Hire and the Gearbox brand is to remain the property of CVP."
The DiA Group has acquired 100% of the shareholding in PEC Video Ltd, the London-based camera equipment dealer and rental company.
An independent review looking at how the BBC is governed and regulated has been announced by Government today.
As part of JVCKENWOOD and Bradley Engineering’s developing relationship, the two companies have just announced a new sales agreement, signed on the first day of IBC2015, which allows JVC access to a range of Bradley products. These include pan/tilt cameras, camera controllers and related studio components.
Government plans to extend tax breaks for the British film industry have been approved by the EU.
Futuresource's latest 'Living with Digital' consumer research study provides updated analysis of consumer's shifting behaviour and evolving habits across digital entertainment and connected devices.
The NEP Group Inc. announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Consolidated Media Industries (‘CMI’).