University of Portsmouth Broadcast Students Break New Ground Using Audience Software and BBC Big Screens

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Students from the University of Portsmouth located in Hampshire, England, have broken new ground by being the first undergraduates in the country to produce and air four hours of live television coverage. The record performance required professional skills and endurance and was produced using two NewTek TriCaster production units, and Audience as the broadcast platform.

Period27 Jun 2012 → 4 Apr 2018

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  • TitleBroadcast Video Expo - Award Winners
    Media typeWeb
    Date4/04/18
    URLhttps://youtu.be/mXVt2PU12gE?si=rIjDbYqOQGpCPwHG
    PersonsCharlie Watts
  • TitleUniversity of Portsmouth Broadcast Students Break New Ground Using Audience Software and BBC Big Screens
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletAV-iq
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date27/06/12
    Description46 students and four staff from the School of Creative Technologies BSc Television and Broadcasting course ran a four-hour magazine style show which aired on the BBC Big Screen in the city Guildhall Square and was streamed live across campus and on the internet. Their mission was to promote and celebrate the work of fellow students in the University’s faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries.
    Producer/AuthorCapital Networks
    URLhttps://www.av-iq.eu/avcat/ctl9959/index.cfm?manufacturer=capital-networks-limited&news=7963
    PersonsCharlie Watts