SunnyMag #7 - 24/06/2013 | Science & Techno

> Daisuke Takama
Executive Producer, Special Programs Division, NHK
“ There has been a big change in science documentaries in Japan since 2011”

> Hélène Coldefy
Director of the Programmes Unit Discovery & Knowledge – ARTE France
“Science should be dealt with like a police investigation”

> Ed Sayer
Commissioning Editor for National Geographic Channels International:
“One of the best things about science-based programming is that there are few genres as dynamic or evolving”

> La Compagnie des Taxi-Brousse
Science for all

> Paul Lewis
Daniel Leconte : « The work of the journalist is to ensure the quality of an investigative documenatary »

> France 5, scientifically speaking

> Jacques Malaterre
The main difficulty in filming nature lies in reproducing the idea of the living

> Tobias Schultes
Deputy Head of the Science & Technology, ZDF
“There are no real boundaries for a scientific format anymore … everything is possible”

> ENCYCLO
The straightforward science channel

> Universcience.tv
A WebTV Science Weekly

> Bertrand Loyer
Saint-Thomas Productions
“In 4K you fall in love with your images!”

> Is Ultra HD (or 4K), the technology of the future?

 

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