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How many technical people does it take to change a workflow? »

No idea? Well having attended TVB Europe's IT Broadcast Workflow conference, I would hazard a guess that it may be less than you would think! Gathered today at BAFTA on London's Piccadilly, were the heavyweights of the broadcast world such as BBC, ITV and South Africa's Supersport, and service providers including itfc and Encompass, all of whom came together to share their insights on the technology challenges (and solutions) they encountered whilst implementing new file-based workflows into their infrastructure.

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Nice work, Todd! »

Congratulations to our own Todd Kelly on receiving two Emmy Awards this weekend for his independent production work on the public television ocean adventure series Jonathan Bird’s Blue World.

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Signiant Goes on Tour »

Chiswick Park in West London was the location of our first offline of 2012. Partnering with Boxer Systems and other vendors who work in the file-based world, we invited the Chiswick Park broadcasters to the Union Bar to meet with Steve and Gavin from our EMEA team and learn why Signiant's workflow solutions have been widely adopted across EMEA.

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Signiant's Media Shuttle Reaches Soho »

Thankfully the rain didn't prevent friends from Deluxe, Sony, Loft London, Boxer and many others from coming along to hear Gavin Tweedie give an overview of Media Shuttle with a live demo of how to create a branded file sharing portal in a matter of minutes.

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Going to NAB? »

Boxer Systems will also be a critical part of our EMEA success story in 2012 as we launch new products, but you won't read about them here today. Just like the rest of the M&E world, we will be announcing these exciting new solutions at NAB.

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Baseball Lineups are Like Product Portfolios »

Product portfolios are like baseball lineups. They need to play together to address multiple needs of your customers. You can’t win with a starting pitcher only because great teams have a set-up man and a closer as well. They need to be tuned for the correct spot in the lineup so as to leave no gaps.

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