Christina Fox has trained thousands of broadcasters, videographers, and others to use camcorders - her long list of clients includes: the BBC, Channel 4, ITN, NBC, Discovery, the Press Association, Amnesty International and several UK government departments.

Her television career began in the BBC as one of the corporation’s first camerawomen. She has worked on a variety of output, but mainly in news and current affairs. She created some of the first DV camera courses for video journalists at the BBC, before leaving to set up www.UrbanFox.TV.

She is a regular visitor and speaker at BVE and IBC and a member of the Guild of Television Cameramen.


David Fox has worked for various broadcasters as a writer, producer, director, and reporter, in TV and Radio, and has worked as a journalist for national newspapers and magazines in the UK and Ireland. Amongst other things, he writes regularly about TV technology for TVB Europe magazine. He also compiles its Acquisition Newsletter.

He keeps the blog http://urbanfoxtv.blogspot.com up to date with the latest in TV technology.

You can follow them both on Twitter @UrbanFoxTV