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360-degree specialist hires head of video to generate its own experiences and secures funding
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Milk VFX unveils the huge range of VFX shots it created for Dinosaurs In The Wild
AI is an increasingly important tool for media companies, helping to automate repetitive tasks and free up staff to focus on delivering quality content.
Hunger for content, combined with rising prices for ‘event TV’, made it an exceptional year for distributors – but challenges remain
The BBC is exploring more interactive audio formats following the launch of its first choose-your-own Amazon Alexa adventure.
The Crown indie Left Bank secures 10-part series
‘Review will test whether UK is open for business post-Brexit’
Digital giants’ increasing investment in originals could be a gamechanger
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Factory 42 to create four experiences and one-off film
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