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Bringing back 'North 3' to life - going back in time

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Bringing back 'North 3' to life - going back in time

Postby RogerS » 18 May 2016, 11:40

A team of television historians will travel back in time as they bring a vintage BBC outside broadcast truck back to life in North Wales, using the latest fixed-rig multi-camera technology to show how television was made in a bygone era.

Working with Flintshire-based broadcasting history enthusiast Steve Harris, the team from Royal Holloway University of London will reunite veteran cameramen, directors and engineers with North 3, a restored colour mobile control room dating from the late 1960s.

In order to capture the complicated action taking place within a busy outside broadcast truck, the event will be filmed using a fixed rig of 12 cameras, installed by production company Lion Eyes.

Really wish I'd heard about this sooner and been able to take part.

http://www.adapttvhistory.org.uk/bringi ... k-to-life/
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