TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on Scrub's new home, another round of Sennheiser Sound Academy training and our Rising Stars finalists.
AMI's weekly Top Ten news summary includes stories on Scrub's new Wells Street home, another round of Sennheiser Sound Academy training and our list of Rising Stars finalists.
The most-read article of the week is a feature looking inside some of the most eye-catching newcomers to the global OB vehicle circuit.
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There have been a number of new specialist vehicles for outside broadcasting hitting the road recently. David Davies takes a look at a few key examples.
World's largest rock band', which went viral last year with its cover of Learning to Fly, recently took over Cesana’s Orogel Stadium for a concert that required weeks of planning.
Post-focused division of HHB relocates from Berwick Street in Soho to larger premises just off Oxford Street.
Educational sessions on wireless microphones and monitoring will take place in various UK locations over the next few months.
Alan Branch has a play around with this impressive plug-in package from the Silicon Valley-based company.
New line array system will be put to use for the first time at the reggae, folk and hip-hop festival in Hampshire, which started yesterday.
New range, which also offers sophisticated DSP, allows live sound professionals and musicians to set up quickly from a mobile tablet.
We are now ready to reveal our finalists for this year's prize, which will be presented at the Pro Sound Awards in September.
Range of body worn straps for film, TV and theatre was created by sound recordist Simon Bysshe and costumier Laura Smith.
A fully-redundant optical fibre network was required for the 2016 World Youth Day, a Catholic gathering billed as 'the biggest event in the world.'
Picture: The inside of DB Video's new Unit 10 vehicle