Dominic Gresset, ATP Media executive producer, commented: “These developments in our production and delivery methods allow us to distribute more matches than ever before, with up to four court feeds from some ATP World Tour 500 tournament locations, such as Rio de Janeiro, Acapulco and Washington, in addition to the World Feed. This new way of working enables us to deliver an enhanced broadcast product, whilst at the same time reducing operational costs. With a consistent, high specification work space and 24-hour support at IMG Studios, we’re able to produce market leading live tennis coverage for our global broadcast partners.”
Figure 3: Protein import into a mitochondrion A signal sequence at the tip of a protein (blue) recognizes a receptor protein (pink) on the outer mitochondrial membrane and sticks to it. This causes diffusion of the tethered protein and its receptor through the membrane to a contact site, where translocator proteins line up (green). When at this contact site, the receptor protein hands off the tethered protein to the translocator protein, which then channels the unfolded protein past both the inner and outer mitochondrial membranes. © 2010 Nature Education All rights reserved. Figure Detail
The British Aerospace ATP (Advanced Turbo-Prop) was an airliner produced by British Aerospace , introduced in the 1980s as an evolution of the Hawker Siddeley HS 748 . The fuel crisis and increasing worries about aircraft noise led business planners at British Aerospace to believe that there was a market for a short-range, low-noise, fuel-efficient turboprop aircraft. By the time it entered the market, the segment was already well represented by designs such as the de Havilland Canada Dash 8 , ATR 42 and ATR 72 and production was ended after only 64 examples.