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Argentina's I.Sat releases its first original Youtube series Juan Fernandez Gonzalez | 10-06-2013 Turner's entertainment channel I.Sat has launched an

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    Argentina's I.Sat releases its first original Youtube series
    Juan Fernandez Gonzalez | 10-06-2013
    Turner's entertainment channel I.Sat has launched an original series exclusively produced for its YouTube channel. The first eppisode of the show has already achieved more than 35,000 visitors since it was released a week ago.

    The production, called Famoso, is a kind of interview programme in which an amateur journalist asks awkward questions to Argentine actors and musicians. The presenter, Martín Garbal, pretends to be a communications student who is after interviews with different celebrities in order to become well known.

    The first season of the show has eight episodes which are all available on I.Sat's YouTube channel.

    In addition to its YouTube channel, I.Sat pay-TV also offers a selection of Hollywood titles and independent movies from around of the world, shorts, music, documentaries and exclusive series such as Episodes, Portlandia, Californication and Shameless. It is broadcast in Spanish and Portuguese to over 18 million subscribers in Latin America.

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    Blandings returns to BBC One for second series
    Louise Duffy | 10-06-2013
    BBC One has announced that Blandings, the period comedy series based on the novels of PG Wodehouse, will return for a second series, which will air in early 2014.
    Blandings will see Timothy Spall and Jennifer Saunders reprise their roles as the absent-minded Lord Emsworth and his indomitable sister Connie, alongside Jack Farthing as Clarence’s feckless son, Freddie.
    The series is once again adapted from the Blandings Castle books by writer Guy Andrews.
    Andrews said: “As ever, all Clarence wants is to be left in peace with his beloved pig. But events conspire against him as never before. His incorrigibly rakish brother Galahad is on the prowl with a glittering monocle and a case full of shocking memoirs. Other guests and impostors include a voracious Hollywood producer, a dancing saxophonist secretary, a leather-gusseted religious maniac, Clarence’s frankly terrifying sister Charlotte and - worst of all - the poker-wielding Duke of Dunstable, the rudest man in Shropshire. Will tranquillity ever reign at Blandings Castle, even for an afternoon?”
    Kristian Smith, executive editor, comedy commissioning at the BBC, said: “I’m so thrilled that audiences young and old have loved Blandings as much as we do. The capers at Blandings Castle offer us charming family comedy and a truly stellar cast; Timothy Spall and Jennifer Saunders immaculately capture all the joy and spirit of Wodehouse's brilliant characters and Guy Andrews' beautiful scripts masterfully bring the Blandings stories to life. Series two is a real treat for everybody.”
    Blandings, a 7x30-minute series for BBC One, will be produced by Mammoth Screen and filmed in Northern Ireland together with funding support from Northern Ireland Screen. Kristian Smith is the executive producer for the BBC, alongside Mammoth Screen's Damien Timmer and Guy Andrews.

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    More transparency for indie channels carried on Canalsat
    Pascale Paoli-Lebailly | 10-06-2013
    The French competition authority has requested that Canal+ show more transparency towards the independent channels carried on its Canalsat platform.
    The pay-TV group will also have to allow distribution competitors access to its in-house movie channels, as proposed in recent offers submitted to the authority.
    Up until now, independent channels carried on Canalsat's bouquet were subject to financial dependence on Canal+ through very opaque contracts and price conditions. They will now be able to discuss conditions in a transparent, objective and non-discriminatory way.
    Greater transparency will also be applied to alternative operators such as Web access suppliers and cable operators, as they will be able to make counter-offers in order to carry those independent channels, the authority added.
    Canal+ will thus be obliged to make its seven Ciné+ channels available, either as single channels or as a package, to other distributors. Numericable is the only operator that currently has this opportunity.
    Canal+ reference offers should then allow the sector of independent channels to strengthen and then increase and diversify the pay-TV offers available, the competition authority believes.
    Such recommendations follow the authority's decision in September 2011 to withdraw the authorisation initially given in 2006 to merge the dish platforms TPS and Canalsat.
    Canal+ was criticised for not having respected former engagements and, on the contrary, having strengthened its dominant position.
    Last July, the French competition authority formulated some ten injunctions to show Canal+ how to set up transparent rules for independent channel distribution and for accessibility to its own movie channels.

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    Grass Valley opens Rome office
    Louise Duffy | 10-06-2013
    Broadcasting solutions provider Grass Valley has established a new central office in Rome.
    The office combines sales, support, and administrative staff, as well as a demonstration room showing the latest Grass Valley solutions — including the LDX Series software upgradable camera range, the GV STRATUS non-linear production platform, and other offerings that support live production, news, and playout.
    Grass Valley has had a presence in the region for some time, having previously shared offices with Technicolor (previously known as Thomson) in Milan and Rome.
    “Italy is a strategically important market for Grass Valley, and our offices in Italy allow us to support our customers more actively on the ground and to be more closely in touch with key market developments,” said Said Bacho, senior vice president EMEA, Grass Valley.
    “Our solutions centre, showcasing our latest technologies, provides a great opportunity for our broadcast customers and partners to experience the Grass Valley portfolio first-hand as we continue to develop it in line with the rapidly changing media landscape.”

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    Sagemcom connects with MoCA
    June 10, 2013 10.59 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    Set-top and gateway developer and vendor Sagemcom has joined MoCA as an associate member.
    The company provides a range of digital set-top boxes and PVRs across a number of platforms and also offers a range of multimedia gateways.
    “Integrating MoCA into our products will enable service providers to deliver a highly reliable in-home backbone for extending and enhancing existing Wi-Fi networks and providing the Quality of Experience that consumers have come to expect. With a MoCA-based network, consumers can move an ever-expanding range of media content around the home quickly and easily,” said Ahmed Selmani, Deputy CEO, Sagemcom Broadband.
    “Its strong heritage in in-home Triple Play distribution and increasing reach in EMEA, South America and North America, makes Sagemcom a natural fit for MoCA as the world’s service operators recognise MoCA technology as an important component in their connected home strategies,” added Charles Cerino, MoCA President.
    MoCA technology supports multiple streams of video-based content, including HDTV, 3D, gaming, and OTT, via an IP-over-coax connection to numerous in-home devices, including HDTVs, game consoles and PCs.

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    Launch date set for Astra 2E
    June 10, 2013 11.07 Europe/London By Robert Briel

    The Astra 2E satellite will be launched on a Proton M launch vehicle from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, on July 19.
    International Launch Services (ILS) is providing the launch services.
    The Astra 2E was bulit by Astrium on a Eurostar E3000 platform, the latest version of Astrium’s Eurostar series. The design life of theh satellite is 15 years.
    Astra 2E, along with Astra 2F (launched last September) and the yet-to be launched Astra 2G, will serve to deliver next generation broadcast, VSAT and broadband services in Europe and Africa, and will carry Ku-and Ka-band payloads at 28.2 degrees East.

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    Chello CEE signs Power agreement
    June 10, 2013 11.23 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

    Chello Central Europe has extended its cooperation with the UK independent producer and distributor Power by licensing over 200 hours of first run and library drama.
    The deal consists of two packages, namely movies and mini series, which will air on the Film Mania channel in Hungary and Film Café channel in Romania and Hungary respectively.
    Commenting on the agreement, Katalin Radóczy, Chello Central Europe’s chief programming officer, said: “It is a great pleasure to build on our existing collaboration with Power. We are excited about the addition of Neverland, Treasure Island and many other high-end exclusive contents to our film portfolio. We are confident this large variety of programs complementing our line-up of quality TV productions will resonate well with our viewers.”
    Steve Turney, Power’s VP sales & acquisitions added: “Power’s relationship with Chello Central Europe continues to flourish and deliver for both parties. Power’s portfolio contains a huge volume of the kind of independently produced, high quality dramas that set Chellomedia’s channels apart from the competition and which their viewers have come to expect.”

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    Sky-D extends cable PVR
    June 10, 2013 11.28 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    Sky Deutschland has secured distribution for its 2TB Sky+ receiver across all of Germany’s cable networks.
    Sky+ is also being made available to Unitymedia customers for the first time – effectively putting it in competition with the Horizon box when it is released in the next few months.
    Dr Holger Enßlin, chief officer, legal, regulatory & distribution at Sky Deutschland said: “After an initial roll-out for satellite customers, our cable customers can now also enjoy our Sky+ 2TB receiver with massive storage space and extensive Sky Anytime service. Sky customers in North-Rhine Westphalia and Hesse have another reason to celebrate. For the first time, they can book the Sky+ receiver in the network of Unitymedia, opening up a new level of TV entertainment.”
    Already available to satellite customers the box provides up to 600 hours in the personal archive and over 400 items on demand at all times via the Sky Anytime on demand service.

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    Technicolor's grade on ITV's Poirot and Marple series

    Technicolor has completed grading and re-recording for the latest feature length episodes of ITV’s Poirot and Marple murder-mysteries. Technicolor provided sound and visual post on all eight episodes for both series from its Lexington Street facility in Soho.

    Senior colourist Dan Coles graded both series, Simon Giblin was the online and fvx editor, while Gareth Bull (re-recording mixer) and Adam Mendez (foley) were responsible for sound work.

    The long-running period dramas are based on characters and stories written by Agatha Christie. Marple, which stars Julia McKenzie (Cranford) in the title role, is back for a sixth series, while Poirot, starring David Suchet (The Hollow Crown, Great Expectations) as the perfectionist Belgian detective, returns for its final outing.

    Marple: A Caribbean Mystery will air this Sunday and Marple: Greenshaw’s Folly in late June. Further episodes will be aired later in the year and will include Marple Endless Night and Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case, which will be David Suchet’s final television performance as Hercule Poirot.

    Poirot: Elephants Can Remember
    Elephants Can Remember, which aired last weekend, sees Poirot investigate the murder of a renowned psychiatrist. At the same time, Ariadne Oliver, a role reprised by Zoë Wanamaker (My Week with Marilyn, My Family), investigates the mysterious deaths of the parents of her goddaughter Celia Ravenscroft, played by Vanessa Kirby (Labyrinth).

    Dan Coles graded Elephants Can Remember, working with episode director John Strickland and director of photography Gavin Finney.

    “Poirot aims to give TV audiences a cinematic experience, so in the grading we made the images look rich and beautiful with filmic contrast levels,” says Coles. “In this episode we accentuated the art deco feel in Poirot's flat with vibrant red and orange tones, while maintaining cooler tones in the shadows. We decided to go for warmer colours of the spectrum for most scenes, for example using golden hues for interiors. We contrasted this overall look with a stark and steely blue shades for the first murder sequence.

    “Much of the episode was shot using green screen, and composited later on so we had to take great care grading foregrounds and backgrounds using supplied mattes. An antique de-saturated look was applied to the flashback material, along with occasional defocused vignettes.”

    Marple: A Caribbean Mystery

    In A Caribbean Mystery, Miss Marple (McKenzie) while holidaying on the Caribbean island of St. Honoré is drawn into a case of intrigue and black magic when an old major dies mysteriously after bragging about owning a photograph of a known murderer.

    The episode’s screenplay was given a light touch by actor and author Charlie Higson, who is writing for Marple for the first time. Higson also makes an appearance in a cameo as the unassuming, but familiarly-named, American Ornithologist James Bond. Robert Webb (Peep Show), Montserrat Lombard (Ashes to Ashes) and Anthony Sher (The Shadow Line) also star.

    Dan Coles graded A Caribbean Mystery, with episode director Charlie Palmer and director of photography Michael Snyman.

    “We decided to create a tropical vibrancy whereby you could almost feel the heat,” explains Coles. “In the opening scene we created a very cool sunset infused with magenta tones which looks stunning! We employed subtle levels of diffusion and filtration throughout with the use grads and soft-edged windows creating an old-fashioned 'Instagram' style/effect. Flashbacks were visually very strong, shot using a lens baby or treated with a defocused vignette to mimic this look, and then treated with a green wash.”

    Marple: Greenshaw’s Folly

    Greenshaw’s Folly sees Miss Marple aiding a young mother and son by spiriting them away to the estate of an eccentric botanist, not knowing that it will soon become the scene of murder. Julia Sawalha (Lark Rise to Candleford), Kimberley Nixon (Fresh Meat) and Robert Glenister (Hustle) star alongside McKenzie.

    Dan Coles graded, with episode director Sarah Harding and director of photography Sam McCurdy.
    Coles said: “Different levels of saturation were used for this episode; these were chosen to suit the particular scene and to mark a contrast between interior and exterior scenes. While the tone for the scenes set inside the stately home were warm and welcoming, those shot in the grounds used more blues with lower levels of saturation, but higher levels of contrast to create an almost wintery feel. Lower levels of saturation combined with subtle vignettes were also used to create a mysterious mood, and sense of foreboding when the narrative required.”

    Technicolor credits:
    Senior colourist Dan Coles
    Online and vfx editor Simon Giblin
    Foley Adam Mendez
    Re-recording assistant (Marple: Greenshaw’s Folly) Jules Woods
    Re-recording mixer Gareth Bull

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    Digital Cardiff Week: the future of broadcast technology

    Creative industry and digital sector companies will meet to showcase and discuss the digital future of the creative media industries in Wales during Digital Cardiff Week, which will be hosted by Wales Millennium Centre from June 24 to 27.

    The event is led by a number of partners, including BBC Cymru Wales, S4C, Cardiff Council, Creative Skillset Cymru, Bafta Cymru, Media Academy Wales and the Welsh Government.

    As part of the event, Digital Futures Day will look at what digital broadcasting will look like in a converged, internet-connected media environment. Digital Skills Day is a day of free taster training sessions from across the production chain.

    The Wales Games Development Show 2013 will showcase games and interactive development companies and projects from across the digital media industry in Wales. While Digital Economy Day will see talent from the Welsh creative industries come together with their digital sector counterparts to explore new ideas and identify areas of digital convergence.

    Rhodri Talfan Davies, director of BBC Cymru Wales, says, “BBC Cymru Wales already has an enviable record in the digital field but we're keen to work with others so that we can push the boundaries of creativity and technology. Digital Cardiff Week promises to be a fantastic opportunity for the public and private Creative Industries sector to join forces to build new relationships as well as strengthening existing ones, to help Wales be a leading force in this developing and exciting area.”

    Elin Morris, S4C’s director of Corporate and Commercial Policy, says: “S4C’s Digital Fund is among several strong initiatives currently looking to boost digital development, and generating ideas and identifying opportunities.”

    Digital Cardiff Week is a series of free events for creative industries professionals in Wales and beyond, and includes activities provided by the BBC Academy, the BBC’s centre for training and development. In addition, there will be an educational and learning programme aimed at education leaders, teachers and practitioners from primary and secondary schools, organised and delivered by the Big Learning Company and supported by a range of partners.


 

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