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Jo Woolf delivering essential training for Edit Producers with Forscene

 Award-winning TV professional Jo Woolf runs courses in edit producing for several organisations, including DV Talent, Indie Training Fund, the Channel 4 Production Trainee Scheme, and Birkbeck University. Jo’s one-day courses are an introduction to the sought-after role of Edit Producer. As an increasingly conventional role in factual television, the...

Cost effective storage and editing for long-term film projects

RDF Television uses Forscene for convenient storage, remote access and editing of its media throughout long-term reality film projects. The company produces over 100 hours of network factual television every year for principal broadcasters, filming contributors from all across the country. Unnecessary investment RDF needed a solution to support a...

How to get longevity out of your sports fan engagement

A sports fan is defined as “an enthusiast for a sports team, an athlete, sports organisation or specific sport”. Some sports fans remain loyal for life, sticking by their favourites through every win, defeat and triumph. Yet the new digital era has agitated sports fan loyalty. As fans and athletes...

Launching Forscene with Firefox and Chrome browsers

Here we will take you through launching Forscene with Firefox and Chrome web browsers. If you’re working with Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, launching the Forscene Editor is done with a downloaded webstart. For this you will need Java already downloaded to your computer. If you don’t already have Java,...

Are you engaging with your fans for your live events?

If you’re an organiser of live events you might put fan engagement low on your priority list, believing that it will happen naturally. And to some extent it does. However, the rise of social media has accelerated how fans interact with one another, as well as with brands and organisations....

How to captivate your music fans with social media

If you’re running a record label, PR company or events venue, social media should be top in your strategy plan for interacting with fans. With social media, you’re connecting with consumers – whether it’s announcing a next album release, or publishing listings of gig dates. It’s an essential tactic for...

Are online video platforms replacing live broadcast TV?

A recent Think with Google trend shows that 6 out of 10 people prefer online video platforms to live TV. Does this mean broadcast television is on the way out? Will all programmes be formatted for pure online viewing in the future? Will the rest of the BBC channels become...

Behind-the-scenes content: the key to true fan engagement

There’s no doubt about it. Almost 90% of audiences find that behind-the-scenes content keeps them hooked on their favourite films, TV shows and stars. It’s the peak of fan engagement and the ultimate way to keep audiences wanting more. Behind-the-scenes content isn’t exactly a new concept – TV shows and...

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