1 June 2007
Leading transfer facility TK one has furthered it’s expansion programme by making strategic investments into The Film Clinic and Goz-media. The new group will be located within TK one’s Soho headquarters.
The association will create strong commercial and technical ties, enabling clients to benefit from state-of-the art technology and a 360° services package all in one convenient location.
This arrangement will reinforce TK one’s position in the UK market and strengthen its ability to adapt to the industry’s fast-changing technological environment.
“Goz-media and The Film Clinic are great additions to our service package,” stated Alf Penn, Director, “The driving force behind this expansion is to meet the growing demand of clients who are eager to work with TK one's experienced team of colourists, technical engineers and service team members,” We’ve built a facility around technological innovation to keep TK one relevant in the digital age and to provide clients with new media solutions”
GOZ-media is a digital media service specializing in the production of image driven communications, producing innovative content for television, corporate video and multi-media applications. Led by Gary Zweers, Goz-media have already worked on a variety of different projects including the conforming of High Definition content for the BBC’s cinema release of Planet Earth.
The Film Clinic Ltd. is a specialist film treatment company based in Soho, London's film and television quarter, offering physical restoration work to all gauges of film. Paul Robinson, formerly of the Machine Room, leads a dynamic team of film technicians to provide a range of services including, rewashing and polishing for scratch treatment plus ultrasonic cleaning for dirt and dust removal, as well as expert assessment and repair services.
The past twelve months have signified a dramatic period of expansion and evolution for TK one (total of £300k investment), who have recently developed High Definition capabilities. TK one now boasts a 2K Spirit Datacine with the latest Pogle Revolution, as well as Digital Vision’s new HD/SD DVNR system, which offer a sophisticated tool-set, including more powerful auto-tracking, multiple layering, diffusion and keying technologies.
The experienced team has delivered several high profile projects, such as The Truth About Food for BBC, the re-mastering of Poirot for Granada International and Morse at the Royal Albert Hall.
Tk one has also recently worked on a BBC pilot scheme, encoding 40 hours of archive film for the BBC Open Archive project.
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