News and Events

The One Show

The BBC has just completed its relocation of The One Show, moving the productions' studios and supporting facilities from White City to New Broadcasting House in central London. More →

BT Sport

BT Sport, a subsidiary of UK telecoms giant BT, has successfully launched three new sports channels from its base at the iCity Complex (formerly the Olympic International Broadcast Centre) in London. More →

Sky Bulletin Studio

Sky, the UK's premier satellite broadcaster has expanded its existing IDS system to include a newly installed bulletin studio at their state-of-the-art HD complex, Harlequin 1 in Uxbridge, UK. More →

IDS plays right for IMG

IMG, the world's largest independent distributor of sports programming has chosen IDS for its new technical facility in West London. More →

IDS heading for iCity and Timeline TV

Timeline TV, a provider of creative and technical services to broadcasters has placed an order for an IDS system to be installed throughout its new state-of-the-art management and play-out facility at iCity in East London. More →

BFBS adds a sixth IDS system

BFBS was one of IDS's earliest customers (in 2008), and now has six separate systems covering all three generations of IDS technology. More →

Deltatre adopts IDS technology for new studio complex

Deltatre, who provide the sport media industry with innovative digital media, broadcast and back-end services have just taken delivery of an IDS system for a new triple studio facility they are building for a major news organisation in the UK. The system includes multiple IDS studio displays, touchscreens and wall lights. More →

Staffordshire University expands IDS system

The School of Film, Sound and Vision at Staffordshire University has just taken delivery of three more pre-configured IDS Remora display drivers, expanding their IDS system to a total of 9 displays. More →

Signing studios completed for Red Bee Media

Red Bee Media (RBM) have just gone live with a bespoke IDS system that provides key broadcast information, user-specific preset controls and visual communication between the RBM Broadcast Centre in London and a new studio facility at a remote location which creates Signing content for live BBC programmes. More →

BBC World Service operating from new studios at Broadcasting House

After more than 70 years, BBC World Service has relocated from Bush House, their original home in The Strand to the new Broadcasting House campus situated in the West End of London. More →