BSC Show 2009 Elstree Studios 14th March

February 21, 2009

Aerial Filimg System at BSC

Although we won’t have a stand at the BSC show this year High Level TV will be in attendance and will look forward to meeting some old and new faces. The vehicle will be in the car park and we will be happy to show any prospective customers the High Level TV aerial filming system.

High Level TV provides birds’s eye view at Broadcast Video Expo

February 17, 2009

For Broadcast Video Expo release


London, Broadcast Video Expo, Stand OB2 – 17th February 2009 – High Level TV, a unique service in the field of film/TV production and outside broadcast programme making, is launching today at Broadcast Video Expo on stand OB2. Delivering sophisticated aerial video shots for sports, news and drama applications, High Level TV provides Film/TV production companies and outside broadcasters with an on-location, affordable aerial filming service that enables the capture of the bird’s eye view or top shot. The High Level TV team have a fully equipped vehicle on the stand at Broadcast Video Expo providing visitors with a full demonstration.

The system consists of a mobile film unit, which can include a pre-specified camera as required by the customer or comes fully-equipped with a broadcast quality camera on a fully-controllable pneumatic mast, mounted to a 4×4 vehicle or van. High Level TV is able to provide switchable HD/SD SDI cameras and recording facilities. The camera is controlled remotely from inside the vehicle providing a continuous 360 degrees shot if required. Material can be recorded to tape or disc and live feeds can also be provided to production crews for monitor and record.

Ian Leslie, High Level TV’s Managing Director comments, “A huge benefit comes from the speed, accessibility and easy set up of the system and equipment. With the ability to travel quickly from location to location at a moment’s notice, the team can shoot anything up to a height of 26 metres, and be ready to film in less than 15 minutes from arriving onsite. This makes the system truly unique.”

The High Level TV system is an ideal solution for location managers to scope a shot. The 26 metre mast and remote camera will create the opportunity to see what’s in the background, over a fence or behind a wall, with the ability to use stills or video to record the view – useful when the director requires a top shot. The quick and easy re-positioning of the High Level vehicles provide the opportunity to see shots from multiple viewpoints ensuring that all potential items that may impact on future filming are identified.

Providing a cost-effective alternative to helicopters and cherry pickers, the High Level TV service can capture that all important top-shot or aerial view of the action. Its instant mobility means a vehicle can be repositioned at any time.


Additional information:
High Level TV has been established to provide a unique service in the field of Film and TV production and outside broadcast programme making. High Level, already successful in the area of mast mounted camera technology, has been developing the high level crane/aerial filming solution to address the very specific needs of the Film and TV production and broadcast industry.

High Level TV contact:
Ian Leslie

Tel: +44 (0) 845 094 4640

PR Contact:
Kate Ford
Jump PR
Tel: +44 (0)1932 253 624
Mobile: +44 (0)7740 948 065

High Level TV BVE Show First Day

February 17, 2009

Thank you to all of you who visited our stand on the first day of the show. We had a great amount of interest in our service offering. We had a good interest from European attendees and look forward to working on some new and exciting Aerial Filming projects in the very near future.

We showed a few new services alongside the launch of High Level TV Service.

A few pictures from the show will be posted in the next day or so.

Hope to meet some new faces tomorrow.

High Level TV New Web Site

February 8, 2009

We are pleased to enter a test phase of our new web site – If you have any problems please contact us

Hello and Welcome

February 3, 2009

Welcome to High Level TV and our new web site. Please bear with us while we update and tweak the site