A managed 1:1 iPad deployment at Yew Tree Primary

A managed 1:1 iPad deployment at Yew Tree Primary

Yew Tree Primary School, in Sandwell, became an Apple Regional Training Centre (RTC), offering training courses on how Mac and iPad can enhance the curriculum. When they decided it was time to move to a 1:1 iPad deployment for KS2, they tendered for an IT provider.

Thanks to our iPad expertise and successful e7 Project, Yew Tree decided we were the best partner to help them get the full benefit of iPad. We now help them with all of their IT solutions and services. As long-standing Apple users, Yew Tree knew that Mac and iPad would get pupils working creatively, and both collaboratively and independently, to achieve their aim of pupils becoming ‘self-organised, independent creative learners.’

The logical way to go from there, headteacher Howard Martin thought, would be a 1:1 rollout: “giving access 24/7 and 365 days a year was a natural progression – it is about totally taking the lid off pupils’ opportunities to learn and at the same time opening their eyes to the world and raising their aspirations.”

Engaging pupils, raising teaching standards

Howard wanted to engage pupils, enrich the curriculum and raise teaching standards, and chose us to help implement a 1:1 iPad mini deployment at Yew Tree, winning a bid over other IT providers. “Deploying 270 iPad devices to our KS2 pupils with 24/7 access was a brave step,” he explained, “but we had the confidence in our staff, our parents and pupils to make it a success. The fact that we had the support of, and confidence in Jigsaw24 was comforting.”

We provided Yew Tree with all of their 270 iPad mini devices, pre-loaded them with the apps, pre-configured them to the school’s network and asset tagged everything for easier management. Doing all of this at our end meant Yew Tree could start using iPad in lessons straight away, without any awkward in-class setup time. We then repackaged them so staff and pupils could open them for themselves. “Issuing the iPad devices to pupils and letting them experience the unboxing of their own iPad mini was a bit like Christmas day – almost an emotional experience,” Howard said.

Pupils using the iPad deployment at Yew Tree Primary School

Pupils using the iPad deployment at Yew Tree Primary School

A secure, managed deployment

We then suggested Yew Tree consider security options and some form of mobile device management (MDM). We recommended Lightspeed Systems’ Bottle Rocket, Web Filter and MDM solutions to tackle both of these, and Howard was impressed by the granular control, which enabled the monitoring of iPad usage, web filtering for home use, reporting on inappropriate searches, teacher-controlled restrictions and ease of use it would all give the school. The Web Filter tool was particularly important for keeping pupils safe online and making sure they weren’t accessing anything inappropriate, both on and off the school network.

“Since the iPad devices were going home [with pupils], we needed to be sure that any filtering device would be robust and secure, and Lightspeed’s track record gave us that confidence to choose Bottle Rocket – an extremely effective filter,” he said.

Both pupils and parents have reacted in a very positive way since the 1:1 iPad mini deployment, according to Lisa Hollan, RTC manager at Yew Tree, and have readily signed a user agreement respecting what Yew Tree is trying to achieve by giving each KS2 pupil their own iPad. She said: “Parents’ meetings explained the iPad devices’ purpose, the e-safety precautions we were putting in place, and also how to take care of the devices.”

Enhancing teaching with iPad

Staff, after having used iPad for teaching for some time, have also reacted well to the 1:1 deployment. “Staff had been used to using iPad to deliver aspects of the curriculum, so when we announced the 1:1 rollout, they were delighted. They knew the value they would bring to enhancing their teaching. Over time, iPad has become indispensible to them.”

Engaging learners, empowering teachers

The 1:1 programme has let Howard offer pupils greater personalisation, creativity and choice, facilitate independence and collaboration, engage the most reluctant learners and empower teachers, all of which supports any time, any where learning (he now aims to roll out to KS1 pupils soon). And Jigsaw24’s services have made him confident in achieving that:

“We would recommend Jigsaw24 wholeheartedly,” said Howard. Their pre-delivery service was excellent, even down to all the iPad devices being pre-configured to our network and the apps being deployed. It was excellent. All the sales, technical and support staff have been extremely helpful and always very professional.”

For more information about iPad for your classroom, get in touch with us on 03332 409 333, email learning@Jigsaw24.com or take a look at our education site for the latest education news, tips and resources.


New TriCasters get new SSD system and media drives

New TriCasters get new SSD system and media drives

The NewTek presses had barely had the chance to cool when more hot news on the new TriCaster 860, 410 and 460 came out – new system and media drive configurations! Each model has now been boosted by a 128GB SSD system drive and a 3TB internal media drive. Oh, and you can try the whole lot out in our exclusive hands-on one-to-one TriCaster demos too!

That 128GB of solid state memory means a whole host of performance enhancements for the new TriCaster range. For a start, there’ll be higher performance driven by faster drive-to-system media access, faster boot times, restore times could be halved, and much easier access for repair and replacement too (the new SSDs are simply attached with four screws for easy removal).

Then there’s the media drives. In each of the new TriCaster professional line models (860, 460 and 410), NewTek are introducing a huge new 3TB internal media drive within the hardware that will also provide more flexible storage options. If you’re working on the current TriCaster 8000, no changes have been made to the drive configuration.

So what’s in the box?

TriCaster 860

TriCaster 860 (4RU)

  • 128GB SSD system drive
  • 3TB internal media drive (includes NewTek-provided content)
  • 4 removable drive bays (no additional drives included)
  • 128GB SSD system drive
  • 3TB internal media drive (includes NewTek-provided content)
  • 1 removable drive bay for TriCaster 460 (no additional drive included)

Want to see TriCaster in action?

Get a hands-on, one-to-one demo of the new TriCaster range! Just come along to our MediaCityUK office on Wednesday, 9th October 2013 or NewTek’s premises in Windsor on Thursday, 10th October for a one-on-one TriCaster demo with a NewTek specialist. As well as showing you your way around this amazing live production hub, they’ll be showcasing the new 410, 460 and 860, and answering any workflow questions you have, and JVC will also be on-hand to take you through recommended cameras for TriCaster too. Register your place here!
Want to know more about TriCaster, chromakey and live production? Get in touch with our team on 03332 409 306 or email TriCaster@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest news and reviews, follow us on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook


Adobe at IBC 2013: New Creative Cloud features and updates

Adobe at IBC 2013: New Creative Cloud features and updates

Didn’t make it to IBC 2013 and want to catch up on all the announcements and updates in Adobe Creative Cloud? This series of videos from Adobe contains everything you need to know about the significant new features in Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, SpeedGrade CC, Media Encoder CC, Prelude CC and Story CC Plus.

As well as new features, there are interviews with filmmakers and effects artists about making the move to Creative Cloud and creating a micro-budget film with Hollywood production using only the tools in Adobe Creative Cloud. Kick back and enjoy…

Working bigger, better and smarter.

Bill Roberts, Director of Product Management for Video at Adobe, talks about 4K and beyond, seamless visual effects and motion graphics, and why Adobe Creative Cloud had the whole industry buzzing at this year’s event.

Making the switch to Premiere Pro and Creative Cloud. 

Filmmaker and visual effects guru, HaZ Dulull, explains how moving to a seamless Adobe Premiere Pro workflow has made his editing process so much more intuitive, and enabled him to take his creativity to a whole new level.

Moving to an all Adobe workflow.

See how filmmaker Richard Jobson used the video tools in Adobe Creative Cloud to accelerate his end-to-end workflow and make a small budget movie look like it was created with a Hollywood budget.

Adobe Creative Cloud for teams

Want to buy now or have a question about Creative Cloud for teams? Call us on 03332 409 251, email Adobe@Jigsaw24.com or take a look at our Adobe Creative Cloud for teams page here.


Video: Office for Mac 2011 Home and Business in action

Video: Office for Mac 2011 Home and Business in action

In this video, Microsoft run down some of the great features in Microsoft Office for Mac 2011: Home and Business. Create easier to interpret spreadsheets in Excel, edits documents from multiple locations in realtime, preview slides and take notes in PowerPoint and then broadcast your presentation virtually to computers and phones if you can’t deliver it in person.

Want to find out more? Get in touch with the team on 03332 409 306 or email sales@Jigsaw24.com.

Microsoft Office for Mac


Master colour management with EIZO’s easy handbook

Master colour management with EIZO’s easy handbook

Creators of some of the best displays around for colour critical workflows, EIZO have now put together this really simple guide to colour management. Whether you’re a photographer, designer, retoucher or printer, there’s a section devoted to your workflow, with top tips on monitors, calibration and more.

Click the image below to download EIZO’s Colour Management Handbook.

EIZO's Colour Management Handbook

For more information on EIZO’s ColorEdge monitors, or to find out more about Jigsaw24’s colour management services and solutions, email colour@Jigsaw24.com or drop us a line on 03332 400 888.


Education app of the week: Timeline Eons for iPad

Education app of the week: Timeline Eons for iPad

This week Hannah Bullock has written the education app of the week article. She is on work experience here at Jigsaw24 and is working in the marketing department. Hannah is 16 years old and is about to start A levels at West Bridgford School sixth form.

With our app of the week, key events in history can be condensed into a single app on an iPad. 34,984,804,900 years in only 17cm to be precise. Timeline Eons is lighter, cheaper and easier to use than any history book and provides eons of really interesting information.

What is Timeline Eons?

Timeline Eons is an interactive timeline, which starts at the beginning of time and shows almost every event in history. This makes it easy and fun to learn about history as it documents everything from wars to the extinction of the Pinta Island Tortoise, Lonesome George. A direct link to Google through the app allows pupils to research events further.

How does it work?

When you open the app, you are on the present day. The app is really user friendly after a quick read of the instructions. Each event comes with a title, a brief description and an appropriate picture of the event so that the pupil can see what was happening.

By tapping on the picture then on the link button in the bottom right hand corner, you automatically search the event’s title in the Google searchbar which allows pupils to dig much deeper into the desired events. Double tap the blue bar that runs along the top to make the entire timeline fill the screen, with the beginning of time on the left and the estimated ending on the right, allowing pupils to see when the events happened in relation to the present day. 34,984,804,900 years spread across 17cm – now that’s a lot of information! You can make it play through the events in chronological order then pause whenever you need to, or just scroll through the events as you wish.

How could it benefit the classroom?

Timeline Eons can benefit pupils by simply allowing them to easily step back in time to research events. Comparing the app to a history book, the app is cheaper, easier and lighter to use (being on an iPad). Pupils can add in events to their timeline and they can also group events into categories, which can be useful for organising information. They can also search specific dates so that they don’t have to waste important lesson time scrolling through the whole of time.

What’s the most useful feature?

I think that the most useful feature is probably the link to the internet meaning that pupils can easily and quickly search the desired event, which would be really useful in creating projects and expanding knowledge. Editing and adding to the timeline could be a really useful feature too, if the desired event isn’t there you can just add it in or add more detail to the events that are already on the timeline.

How can I see myself using it?

Being a student that has recently studied history I think that this app would have been really useful during revision as it comes with a few events from the course but not all therefore all the others could be added in to fill areas of the timeline with revision notes. This could be done from memory to test your knowledge or from the textbook for use later with revision.

Where can I get it?

Timeline Eons (maani.us, free) can be found in the App store or via iTunes. You can get the app free but after 15 days you are only able to see from 1950-2050 and can only add in up to three events. For just £4.99 you can buy the full version and you have unlimited access to every year and can add in any number of events. It’s also available under Apple’s Volume Purchase Programme (VPP), which means you can get it half price (£2.49) if you buy in bulk of more than 20 app licenses.

Want to know more about our favourite apps and Apple iPad for the classroom? Get in touch with the team on 03332 409 333, email learning@Jigsaw24.com, follow @Jigsaw24Edu on Twitter or ‘Like’ our Jigsaw24 Education Facebook page for all the latest technology in education news, reviews and articles.

Video: What’s new in Adobe Photoshop CC?

Video: What’s new in Adobe Photoshop CC?

With a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud, you get access to a whole load of new features in Photoshop CC that you don’t get with Photoshop CS6. This video looks at all those new tools including the Camera RAW filter, plus runs you through how Photoshop integrates with cloud-based services such as Behance, and how you can access and share Photoshop compositions. Take a look…

Want to know more about subscribing to Adobe Creative Cloud? Give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email Adobe@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest news and tips, follow @WeAreJigsaw24 on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook

Avid’s list of Pro Tools HD 11-qualified Macs

Avid’s list of Pro Tools HD 11-qualified Macs

Before you make the move to Avid Pro Tools 11, it’s definitely worth checking your Apple hardware is up to the job. Luckily, Avid have compiled a full list of Apple computers that are approved for use with Pro Tools HDX and Pro Tools HD Native systems with Pro Tools HD 11.0 software for Mac OS X 10.8.3 and later.

With the arrival of the Magma ExpressBox 3T Thunderbolt to PCIe expansion chassis, you’re no longer even tied down to just the mighty Mac Pro (see Do Pro Tools users need Mac Pro?, and ‘Is your hardware ready for Pro Tools 11?‘), but also able to leverage iMac, MacBook Pro and even some of the more powerful MacBook Airs and Mac minis. So without further ado, here’s Avid’s full list of Pro Tools HDX and HD Native with Pro Tools HD 11-qualified Macs…



– Mac Pro mid-2012, 2010 & 2009 5,1

– Mac Pro early 2009 4,1

Not Supported:

– Mac Pro 3,1 ‘Harpertown’ models and lower

Optional: Magma ExpressBox 7 (EB7) PCIe Host-to-PCIe Expansion Chassis


MacBook Pro and MacBook Air with Magma ExpressBox 3 (EB3T) Thunderbolt-to-PCIe Expansion Chassis. Supported:

– MacBook Pro Retina 15-inch (Mid 2012: 10,1)

– MacBook Pro Retina 13-inch (Late 2012: 10,2)

– MacBook Pro 15-inch (Mid 2012: 9,1)

– MacBook Pro 13-inch (Mid 2012: 9,2)

– MacBook Air 2012 5,2 i7 (i5 models not supported)

Mac mini

Mac mini with Magma ExpressBox 3 (EB3T) for HDX support and/or HD Native Thunderbolt. Supported:

– Mac Mini 2012 i7 (8GB of RAM required)


– iMac 2012 13,1 i5

– iMac 2010 11,3 i7

– iMac 2009 11,1 i5

Can’t see your model on there? It’s always worth giving us a call on the details at the bottom to discuss upgrades and what configuration you might need to run Pro Tools 11. Also, check out the system requirements here.

Want to know more about Avid Pro Tools HD 11? Give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email audio@Jigsaw24.com. You can also follow @Jigsaw24Audio on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook

All the news from WWDC 2013

All the news from WWDC 2013

There’s no escaping the fact that last night was WWDC 2013 (or Worldwide Developers Conference to the non-Apple-fanboys out there); the one day of the calendar year pre-billed in advance when everyone turns their attention to Apple expecting to find out what the latest round of technology updates is going to be.

It’s safe to say that this year didn’t disappoint. In what was an incredibly exciting Apple update, there was a preview of the brand-new Mac Pro, a refresh of the MacBook Air, the biggest redesign of iOS in years, iOS 7, and the latest OS X release (OS X Mavericks)! Here are the highlights!

MacBook Air – A battery that will last all day, and faster performance all round

OK, let’s get one thing straight – the battery life on the MacBook Air has always been exceptional! But it’s just got a whole lot better, with up to 12 hours of battery life on the new 13″ model (and 9 hours on the 11″). It’s safe to say that Apple have squarely positioned this as the perfect business tool – while you could always rely on the MacBook Air to last you for most of the day and not pack up mid-meeting, the new models will rival the iPad in their ability to deal with constant use from the morning commute right through to getting home in the evening.

It’s not just the battery that has had an overhaul though – the processors, WiFi and storage have all been updated to keep the MacBook Air at the forefront of portable computing. As far as the processor goes, the new models feature the latest fourth-generation Intel Core Haswell processors and Intel HD Graphics 5000 which, as well as helping to give MacBook Air a boost, are partly responsible for that amazing battery life; they use less power than their predecessors.

There’s also support for the next generation of WiFi (802.11ac technology) which gives up to three times the wireless speed of the previous generation. Finally, the flash storage that we saw introduced in previous models is 45 percent faster in this generation, and the 11″ model comes with twice the capacity as standard – 128GB for the same price as the previous 64GB model. All in all, this now offers exceptional value!

Mac Pro – The future of professional desktops

There’s been a refresh of the Mac Pro on the cards for a while, and last night it was previewed. With an all-new sleek design and internal hardware to match, this is the next generation of pro desktop computing.

First up, it’s hard to miss the design of the Mac Pro. Gone is the matte silver finish that’s become expected of the Mac range, and instead is a tube-like black design – it’s only 9.9 inches tall and 6.6 inches wide! Inside, there are up to 12 cores of processing power (which is up to two times faster than the previous model, thanks to 40GBps of PCI Express gen 3 bandwidth and 256-bit-wide floating-point instructions), a four channel DDR3 memory controller that delivers up to 60GBps of memory bandwidth (again twice the amount of the current Mac Pro!) as well as next generation PCI Express flash storage that’s up to 10 times faster than a 7200rpm SATA hard drive. And how do they pack so much in? There’s an all-new thermal core that conducts heat away from the CPU and GPUs and distributes it evenly across the core.

Mac Pro is expected to arrive later on this year in Autumn, and we’ll have a more detailed rundown on what it means for pro computing soon! In the meantime, get in touch with the team with all your questions.

OS X Mavericks – Making waves on the desktop

Whether you were just getting used to having an operating system named after a big cat or were expecting OS X Ocelot to rear its head any day, the name of OS X Mavericks (a surfing location in California, by the way…) was far from the biggest news in last night’s announcement. From iBooks and Maps making their way to the Mac to improved support for multiple displays (yes!) we are expecting big things from this new version of the Mac OS. Here’s a rundown of just some of the new features:

– Multiple Displays – OS X has supported multiple displays for a long time, but one of the biggest disadvantages so far has been only having access to a Dock and menus on the main screen. Not anymore! It’s complete flexibility – you can run an app full screen on each display, have multiple windows on one screen and a full screen app on the other, or access the dock from wherever you choose. This is a great new feature – particularly for business users.

– iBooks – We’re now used to iBooks being available on iPhone and iPad, and it only seemed like a matter of time before it found its way on to the Mac too. If you’re already familiar with the mobile equivalents, this is going to be familiar ground – you can pinch, zoom, swipe etc. to control your pages – but the nice part is that all of your iBooks purchases will be automatically synced and downloaded on all of your devices. Start reading on your iPhone on your commute home, then open it up on your Mac when you get home to finish it off.

– Maps – Another new addition to the Mac is Maps. This uses the full power of your Mac’s graphics capability to create a photorealistic 3D experience to complement your route planner. Also, with OS X Mavericks, Maps works alongside your Mail, Contacts and Calendar so whenever you see an address, you can see it on a map straightaway.

– Calendar – The OS X Calendar has had a complete facelift! Aside from a simpler and easier to use interface, there’s a new Inspector tool that looks at your agenda and tells you estimated travel times and local forecasts. There’s never going to be an excuse to miss a meeting or leave without a coat again…

– iCloud Keychain – Ever been annoyed by having to retype passwords and credit card details on different devices? I know I have! A nice new feature called iCloud Keychain will now let you save both of them securely in the cloud. The big benefit is that all of your OS X and iOS devices will be able to access that information so you’ll only have to type it once, if you want to.

– Safari – While the new Shared Links (for visiting URLs linked to on Twitter) and Top Sites features are big news because they allow you to organise your favourite sites in a way previously unmatched, it’s the improved speed in Safari that’s really worth shouting about! As far as performance goes, Safari is now 1.44 times faster than Chrome and 1.17 times faster than Firefox, yet still manages to use far less energy than both!

– Notifications – With OS X Mavericks, you can now access notifications and reply to them, without having to leave the app that you’re in – that include responding to calls, deleting emails and replying to a message.

– Tabs and Tags – Finder now includes even better tools for organising your work. You can add Tags to content to bring it up in Finder search results, and there’s the ability to open Tabs so your can search for different files or applications without having to open new windows.

iOS 7 – The biggest thing to happen to the mobile operating system since the iPhone launch!

We’d expected a new version of Apple’s mobile operating system, and we’d heard rumours of a stripped back design, but of all the announcements last night, the new iOS 7 was one of the biggest crowd-pleasers.

From a design point of view, it looks amazing! There are all-new icons and (Sir) Jonny Ive’s much-talked-about translucent layers, which combine to make the process of using iPhone and iPad a simpler and more enjoyable one.

But it’s the new features where this really shines. Highlights include:

– Control Center – Users have been wanting a central place to control some of iPhone’s and iPad’s key functions for some time, and Apple have answered that call. Control Center allows you to do everything from turn on and off Airplane mode, WiFi and Do Not Disturb, to connect to AirPlay and control music. It’s all accessible from a single popup that is accessed by swiping on your Lock screen.

– Notification Center – This is an old favourite, but has been revamped to include Today, a new summary of what you have on in your To-Dos, Calendar, as well as the usual notifications of missed calls and app updates. It will even tap into your Weather and Maps to tell you if you you’ll need an umbrella or if traffic will be a problem on the commute.

– Multitasking – Multitasking is now far more intuitive than ever before! Aside from now including a preview of the different apps that you have open, iOS 7 knows when you are most likely to use each app and will ensure that the content is updated before you open it. This takes multitasking to a whole new level!

– Camera, Collections, Moments and Years – The camera now has a new user interface. There’s even easier access to different shooting formats – video, photo, square and panoramic – and filters that let you polish up your photos before sharing them. When it comes to accessing your photos, there are now new options for scrolling through them. Collections, Moments and Years are new options that group photos and videos based on when they were taken and where.

– AirDrop – Don’t want to use a text or email to send a photo or document? AirDrop will now let you share them quickly (and in far fewer steps) with nearby iOS users simply by hitting the standard Share button. It uses a combination of WiFi and Bluetooth and all transfers are encrypted so you don’t have to worry about your messages being intercepted.

– Safari gets smarter – There’s a new tab view for browsing opening pages, a smart search field (which will recommend close search matches in the same way as it does on a desktop), a Shared Links function that lets you browse URLs send via Twitter, and iCloud Keychain (which remembers your passwords between devices and automatically fills them out for you).

-Siri becomes more human – A redesigned interface, more natural speech patters, new male and female voices, more sources checked (including Wikipedia and Twitter) and the ability to deal with voicemails return calls and more mean that Siri is now one step closer to replacing your P.A. entirely.

 Want to find out more about any of these releases? Get in touch with us on 03332 409 306 or email sales@Jigsaw24.comOr you can already order the new MacBook Air models, as well as the updated Time Capsule and AirPort Extreme here.

What do you think of these new releases? Leave us a comment below and let us know what your favourite announcement from last night was!


Space’s Core v3 OS has lift-off

Space’s Core v3 OS has lift-off

After previewing at NAB 2013, the latest version of GB Labs’ Core operating system for their Space storage solutions is out now. As well as performance boosts and better file management, there are also a couple of essential goodies on offer for those on an Avid workflow.

Core v3 now includes Avid Project Sharing and Storage Tiering, enabling you to share Avid bins and projects among editors from a single Space volume. Apparently, performance has now been upgraded by up to 20% too, with Version 2 of BlueShift, Space’s Ethernet from NAS delivery engine.

“Space has always been an intelligent system, able to operate without a control workstation,” said Ben Pearce, Sales & Marketing Director of GB Labs. “Core V3 takes this even further, with automated media and storage management built in. We have also developed the system to make integration with 3rd party archiving, asset management and project tools even easier.”

A few more additions, according to GB Labs, include:

Advanced Workspaces and Profiles. Save pre-sets for quick creation and delivery to your connected clients across different operating systems.

Storage Tiering. Automated management for where your files are stored – Super Tier 1 SSD, Tier 1 or Tier 2 spinning disk or archived on to LTO tape.

Hot Folders. Delivering automated rule-based hot folders for media traffic.

File Management. Copy, move and distribute data between Space systems with fast transfer speeds, without tying up client computers.

Additional Protocols. With Version 2 of BlueShift comes AFP, giving improved performance from 1Gbe or 10Gbe attached Macs using Space.

Active Directory integration. Bind Space to an AD and allocate groups and/or users to Workspaces. Available over SMB and AFP.

Secure location/Offline Updates. With many Space solutions residing behind secure networks or remote locations Core V3 allows for offline updates via USB key.

Single interface. Core V3 is available from the web browser and the engineering VGA port.

Extended UPS Support. Core V3 extends UPS support to Eaton products to boost support for APC.

Enterprise SSD. SSD OS drive as standard. Upgrade Kits will be available for older systems.

Want to know more? Give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email broadcast@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest news, follow @Jigsaw24Video on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook