Set in the historic town of Much Wenlock, Shropshire, Idonix was established in 1999 by co-directors Pete Griffiths and Paul Harrison. Idonix has had over 10 years experience in providing live TV projects for the BBC including BBC News Election, Pre-Budget & Budget coverage graphics as well as completing successful projects for other top companies, including the Disney Corporation and Microsoft, giving it an enviable track record in the delivery of critical presentation data.
- Pete Griffiths
- Founder and Director
- Pete has had over ten years specialising in the software and media production industries and prior to setting up Idonix spent fourteen years with the BBC as a broadcast engineer. Visit Pete's profile at LinkedIn.
- Paul Harrison
- Founder and Director
- With a background in publishing and a politics degree, Paul has also had over ten years specialising in the media production industry.
Once described as “unflappable” by a client at the BBC during a General Election, the team feel that a calm, systematic and level headed approach is critical in the delivery of real time data and graphics on-air.
Idonix are located in a beautiful 17th century building off Much Wenlock High Street. Formerly an inn, then a bank (we haven't found the safe yet), and now a home to our talented team of developers.
Related Projects & Technologies
Idonix were amazing. Ignition - the stack builder - the stack transmitter - much more user friendly and easy to use, just a joy. I could even help Jeremy Vine jump back if he accidentally clicked on which was much more flexible than before. Idonix worked wonders - even building a stack monitor at the studio for Jeremy’s overhead projector so he knew what was coming next. Just brilliant!
I just wanted to say a huge thanks to all of you for your contribution to election night. It is such an advantage to us to have the benefit of your expertise and experience on a huge project like this -- and this time it paid off for us in so many ways. All the graphics were speedy, up to date and consistent with each other. And the simplicity of the user interface meant we had no problem introducing new people to the project. Your positive attitude to problem solving is so refreshing -- and vital to the success of a project like this.
...throughout you showed a real understanding of the editorial demands, and a great sensitivity to what we were trying to achieve...
...the programme worked superbly and made the concept of a full variety show with only two hours rehearsal a reality. It gave the show real pace, complexity and a fullness that just wouldn't have been possible in the past. It was a real groundbreaker!
It is more than appropriate to thank you for your valuable contribution to the Probe project both pre and post implementation. Unfortunately it is a fact of life that the technical innovation underpinning all major computer projects is never truly understood or recognised within companies but without the pioneering work performed by you, our project could never have materialised in it's present fully functional form.