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Sphere Discusses its Unique Camera

Thu, 01/11/2024 - 11:45 -- Nick Dager

Sphere Entertainment today revealed new details on its work with STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, to create the world’s largest image sensor for Sphere’s Big Sky camera system. Big Sky is the groundbreaking, ultra-high-resolution camera system being used to capture content for Sphere, the next-generation entertainment medium in Las Vegas.

Tokyo Laboratory Closing in November; Will Destroy Unclaimed Films

Mon, 09/11/2023 - 09:33 -- Nick Dager

Tokyo Laboratory, headquartered in the Chōfu section of Tokyo and doing business as Togen, has announced that it will shut down at the end of November after 68 years in business. The company added that after the end of October, it will dispose of any unclaimed film originals still in its possession. Thus, the company is working toward returning all film originals to its clients.

TMT Insights Launches Media Operations Division

Wed, 08/23/2023 - 10:35 -- Nick Dager

TMT Insights, which specializes in professional services and software development for the media and entertainment industry, is accelerating business transformation initiatives with the formation of a new division, Media Operations. The new group addresses what TMT sees an industry-wide need for domain expertise and resources that can bridge the critical gap between an organization’s traditional engineering and digital content operations groups.

Cartoni Acquires Manios Digital & Film

Tue, 02/28/2023 - 13:26 -- Nick Dager

Cartoni, the Rome-based designer and manufacturer of professional camera support products, for the film, television, and broadcast industries, has acquired Manios Digital & Film, the North Hollywood-based supplier of premium camera equipment. Manios Digital & Film has represented Cartoni products across the United States since 1989.

The Challenges of Remote Shooting

Mon, 02/20/2023 - 11:49 -- Nick Dager

When line producer Craig Fleming started looking at locations to film Cea Sunrise Person’s autobiographical book North of Normal, he knew it had to be a remote location. Once Fleming found the ideal location, he knew that rural British Columbia would play a starring role. But the beautiful location presented a challenge: at first it appeared that its remoteness meant the crew couldn’t connect with the outside world.

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