12 December 2013
Cavendish Conference Centre, London, W1
7-9 Feb 2014
Bosworth Hall, Market Bosworth, Warwickshire.
This event will explore the world of post production, with a particular look at how acquisition can have an effect on post, and what post can do with original audio tracks.
Prince Charles highlights lack of training
HRH The Prince of Wales has warned of a growing skills shortage in UK television...
Ofcom UK Frequency Allocation Table 2013 (issue 17)
Ofcom has published the UK Frequency Allocation table 2013 (issue 17)....
Training initiative launched - BAFTA CREW
Creative England is joining forces with BAFTA and the Skillset Craft and Technical...
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Speaking at the start of the RTS Craft Skills Masterclass Day held at the Hospital Club in London’s Covent Garden on 30 October, HRH The Prince of Wales has warned of a growing skills shortage in UK television training.
He also referred to: “the alarming trend in factual programmes to dispense with the services of a dedicated sound recordist, often due to pressure on budgets”.
Delivery docs for UK broadcasters update (v4) includes loudness compliance to R128 spec
Congratulations to IPS member Ian Sands MIPS, who won a BAFTA Cymru Award on Sunday 29.9.13 for his sound on The Gospel of Us.
Simon Bishop and the IPSTV crew report from IBC so you don't have to go!
September 2013 sees the launch of a new industry newsletter - Broadcast Audio News (BAN).
This bi-weekly e-newsletter will report on the latest news stories from the broadcast audio world and analyse, comment and debate the key issues that affect it. BAN will also keep you fully updated on all Broadcast Audio Series events throughout the year, offering BAN subscribers a range of special early bird delegates rates and other discounted offers.
Congratulations to IPS member Simon Hayes with his Oscar for Sound mixing on Les Miserables.
Recognition that good sound matters...!
IPS Training Weekend very successful!
The popular annual IPS Training Weekend was again held at The National Film and Television School.
"It was my first time in one of these events and I was really impress with the quality of the speakers, the attendees and the access to the manufactures. I know it shouldn't surprise me as IPS is renowned but it's more to give a big thank you for the people who organised it! I am looking forward to next year event!"
"A brilliant weekend. Learned a lot and will be looking forward to put it to practice."
"Delivering this kind of foundation is, for me, absolutely unique to IPS. No amount of scrabbling around online trying to grasp bits and pieces can compare to that which I have learnt in two days at the conference, this kind of information and access to experts simply isn't available anywhere else and for those of us trying to get that springboard to help us develop it's totally invaluable and completely essential."
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