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Sustainable mobile and modular power systems for the Film, Broadcast and AV sectors launched by betteries

Sustainable mobile and modular power systems for the Film, Broadcast and AV sectors launched by betteries.

Berlin-based startup betteries is excited to launch its sustainable mobile and modular power systems to green the picture and broadcasting industry. After an 18-month of development and certification program, betteries is now able to offer customers the betterPack, the most sustainable lithium-ion battery on the market made of upcycled modules from electric vehicle (EV) batteries.

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 Atomos Official Provider for On-board Monitoring and Recording at the Sundance Film Festival 2023 

Atomos Official Provider for On-board Monitoring and Recording. The Sundance Film Festival, which took place January 19–29 in person and online, was supported by Atomos with on-board monitoring and recording using the Ninja V and ATOMOS CONNECT for the Festival Daily Recap and videos distributed in theatres and across its social media channels.  

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Matthews Introduces Gatorbuddy

Matthews Introduces Gatorbuddy. Compact, sturdy and mobile, Gatorbuddy is useful for a variety of tasks. Featuring a steel base and four Tente caster wheels, it can glide around the studio, then easily lock safely in place to facilitate lighting adjustments. With dolly-like ease, it can help move panels and V-Flats smoothly in and out to swap backgrounds. Plus, it can help create instant walls and dividers or easily be equipped with a laptop or monitor for use as a work/media station.   

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Top Gun: Maverick takes off on Paramount+ as its biggest ever release!

Between December 22 and Christmas Day (December 25), Maverick shattered records as the most-watched domestic movie premiere ever for the service, exceeding the previous record, held by Sonic the Hedgehog 2 by 60 percent. In addition, the film’s popularity increased viewership of the original Top Gun picture by approximately 400% and of the Mission Impossible franchise films on the service by more than 140%.

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