June News Update

Welcome to the latest edition of our newsletter! We’re excited to share some recent achievements, commitments, and initiatives that showcase our dedication to excellence, social responsibility, and innovation in the broadcast technology sector.

Read on below to find out more…


Award Nominations

We are delighted to share have been shortlisted for two different RTS Technology Centre Awards this year!

First up, we’re shortlisted for the Company Social Responsibility Award. Spearheaded by Chris Phillips, this award recognises the positive impact we have displayed within the local community and the support of other key organisations on a larger scale.

We are so proud of Director of Sales & Marketing, Kieran Phillips, who has also been shortlisted in the Young Person of the Year category. Kieran’s role in the company has been vital in positioning CJP as a leader in the education sector, providing cutting-edge technology and training to universities across the UK.

Read more about the Royal Television Society event here >


Living Wage Commitment

“A hard day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay.”

We’re proud to announce our recent accreditation as a Living Wage Employer. This commitment ensures that everyone at CJP will be paid above the government’s minimum wage for over 21s, guaranteeing each employee receives a real living wage for their work and dedication to the company.

Read more about our commitment to the Living Wage initiative >


New CJP Broadcast Service Solutions Brochure

Our new brochure is now available, detailing all the studio services we offer. It showcases our use of the latest virtual production and motion capture technology for studio integration and tailored training purposes. The brochure also highlights some of our successful studio designs and integrations for various educational institutions, as well as our Digital Creative Lab powered by StartUp Croydon.

Download your copy of the brochure at the bottom of this page >


Supporting Diverse Talent

The team recently welcomed Muhammed Ravat (Mo), a final year student from Royal National College for the Blind (RNC) to the CJP office for a week of work experience. Mo used his time at CJP to learn the necessary skills needed to create the short film that he centred around his new charity, Accessible Umma. He was able to make full use of the technology and expertise available to him in the CJP studio.

We were impressed by Mo’s ability and quick adaptation to project management. This experience will serve as a great starting point for his career aspirations in marketing and filmmaking. As a company, we’re proud to uphold our promise of delivering opportunities for students with visual impairments, and we look forward to continuing our successful partnership with RNC to bring more diverse talent into the industry.


International Engagement

Kieran recently attended the Ross Video event for partners and systems integrators in Bucharest. This two-day event explored connection, collaboration, and creativity, providing an excellent platform for guests to discuss a broad range of industry topics.


We hope you’ve enjoyed this update on CJP’s recent activities and achievements. As always, we remain committed to innovation, social responsibility, and excellence in broadcast technology. Stay tuned for more exciting news in the future!

Best regards,

The CJP Team

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