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January 2017
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  • What’s new in OB?
    2016 saw many outside broadcast companies move into 4K UHD live broadcasting, while 2017 will see more leap into the IP future. But there’s still HDR, VR and 8K to think about. Jon Creamer reports
  • HDR's bright future
    The standards for HDR have now all been nailed down, and the likes of Amazon, Netflix and the BBC are all diving in. Is 2017 going to be the tipping point for HDR? Jon Creamer reports
  • The Craft: Studio directing
    Three of television's biggest entertainment shows - Strictly, The X Factor and The Voice - are directed by women. They tell Tim Dams about making it in a genre that’s traditionally been very male dominated
  • Spy in the Wild
    For new BBC natural history series Spy In The Wild, John Downer Productions infiltrated the animal world with 30 robotic creatures kitted out with miniature cameras
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  • The entertainment report
    At a time of political and economic uncertainty, broadcasters are on the hunt for new formats to keep audiences entertained. And they are preparing to launch a swathe of new shows in 2017. Tim Dams reports on TV’s search for the next big hits
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