Focus on complete solutions for virtual production 

D70, Media Production & Technology Show (MPTS), London, 15-16 May: CJP Broadcast Service Solutions, systems integration, production and content digitisation specialist, will feature live motion capture demonstrations at the 2024 Media Production & Technology Show (stand D70, Olympia London, 15 – 16 May). The demonstrations, featuring technology from Xsens, Faceware and MANUS, are part of a presentation showing how CJP can build tailored, productive and cost-effective virtual production facilities.

With a strong track record of designing and building facilities for a broad range of broadcast and production clients, CJP has recently built a large number of virtual facilities, including many for educational and business operations. Joining the company at MPTS will be representatives from StartUp Croydon, where CJP recently implemented its Digital Creative Lab. Available for dry or wet hire, it offers full virtual production facilities to businesses and organisations in and around the area.

CJP has also built a virtual production studio and lab in its headquarters. Like StartUp Croydon and many recent installations, CJP is delighted to be supported by Mo-Sys Engineering, providing both its industry-standard StarTracker camera tracking technology, and the very powerful VP Pro virtual graphics engine, driven by the Unreal engine.

“We now have unrivalled experience in specifying, designing and building green screen and LED volume virtual production facilities,” said Kieran Phillips, sales and marketing director at CJP. “That means we really understand what is important to make it a working, practical, productive studio. We have developed our own workstations to bring all the elements together into a simple, single control layer, for example.

“Virtual production is a very hot topic at the moment, but there is a natural nervousness around the subject because of the fear of getting bogged down in technology,” Phillips added. “At MPTS we will be able to talk through all the issues and suggest solutions drawing on our unrivalled experience, and backing them up with strong service and support. The result is that, as we have already shown, virtual production and motion capture can be made available wherever there is a creative need for it.”

CJP has very strong relationships with the leading suppliers, like Mo-Sys for camera tracking and virtual environments, Xsens and MANUS for motion capture and Faceware for facial detection. As an independent systems integrator, it can also call on many other vendors to provide a complete infrastructure, from the latest in high resolution LED panels to lighting; from cameras to microphones; from production switchers to servers.

CJP also designs and delivers traditional production studios, post production facilities and streaming platforms. In addition, the company has a services division, offering complete live shooting systems and archive preservation. Visit CJP on stand D70 at MPTS, or see


About CJP

CJP Broadcast Service Solutions Limited ( is a leading supplier to the broadcast, corporate, education and sports sectors. Its services can be grouped under three broad headings: systems integration, live production and archive digitisation.

Its systems integration successes have included virtual production and volumetric studio design and construction as well as conventional studios, and channel playout and video on demand platforms. CJP operates a seven-camera outside broadcast truck as well as other production services. The truck is widely used for major sporting events around the UK. It maintains hardware to digitise legacy content on tape and film, and develops bespoke workflows to enable major archives to conserve and preserve their assets.

CJP also offers hands-on training in all aspects of media systems operation, and a comprehensive range of technical support, including for legacy studio infrastructures.