Broadcast Designers Association

Broadcast Designers Association

Launched in 1997 as one of the first online video production communities-initially for the Final Cut Pro users has evolved into the premier online destination for DV production. The site’s immense popularity-nearly 2,000,000 page views per month, by 58,000 unique users-is sustained through a library of “how-to” articles and product reviews and its active discussion forums. The 30 discussion forums cover all aspects of video production -from cameras to editing equipment to workstations -and are maintained by 2-Pop’s 11 guides, video professionals and dedicated “2-poppers” who ensure that all posts are answered and that the quality of the site is consistently good. Named “Best of the Web” by Apple, Adobe and About.com, is updated daily with news, interviews, product reviews and how-to articles.

Is the premier online destination for cinematographers, production designers, camera operators and camera assistants. The site features news, interviews, jobs, an active discussion forum hosted by author and cinematographer Jon Fauer, coverage of events and festivals, guides to equipment, product reviews and interactive features such as “Ask the Expert.”

Launched in 1997, has developed into the premier online destination for information about broadcast design. With nearly 1,000,000 page views per month, the site is updated throughout the day with articles that walk the reader through the conception, design and execution of opens, titles, promos, commercials, interstitials and Web sites. In addition to the site’s editorial, it also offers a Web guide resource, a robust career center and an ongoing discussion of the broadcast design business. Presented by the Broadcast Designers Association (BDA), DesignInMotion has been lauded “Best of the Web” by both Adobe and Apple for its timely and rich information on the art, business and technology of broadcast design.

A distinctive and much needed source that focuses on the motion picture industry’s transition to new digital technologies for shooting, editing, preparing and exhibiting movies. DCinematography.com readers include a wide range of motion picture professionals from producers and directors to hands-on production people. Its news, features, profiles, new technology and product coverage educate and develop a vital new forum of communication for this new form for exhibiting and making movies.

Television Broadcast provides the key buying team of managers and engineers at broadcast, satellite, cable and broadband companies with the business and technology strategies and tutorial information they need to prosper in the new era of digital television. With an expanded distribution that reaches a new audience for broadcast equipment, technology and services, Television Broadcast’s readership includes general managers, chief engineers, production and operations managers, and interactive television content professionals. These senior engineering management executives rely on Television Broadcast to help them make the tough policy and technical decisions crucial in today’s competitive television marketplace.

This Directory contains the details of British Design Innovation members who provide a ‘thinking’ element to the innovation process. They are scientists, technologists, biologists, economists – in fact every type of ‘ist’ with PhD’s in all sorts of ‘ologies’. They are joined by the ‘design thinkers’. Product & service design propositions experts with more than 10 years experience across many business sectors. The design thinkers translate research, ideas, new technology, innovation breakthrough into a visual business case that enables the money thinkers to communicate with funders, industry and other stakeholders with greater tangibility.