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Celtic media unveils awards shortlist

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The Celtic Media Festival has announced the shortlist for the 2012 Bronze Torc Awards for Excellence. The awards celebrate the very best of film, television, radio and interactive media to emerge from within the Celtic nations and regions - whether in English, Breton, Irish, Welsh, Manx or Scottish Gaelic. The winners will be revealed at this year’s festival in Derry-Londonderry in April.Shortlisted titles include; Wonderland: The Men Who Won’t Stop Marching, BBC Northern Ireland’s enthra...

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Media Festival gold award goes to Welsh indie

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Welsh independent production company Cwmni Da have scooped the Celtic Media Festival’s Gold Torc award for excellence. The Spirit of the Festival Award – a category dedicated to recognise productions wholly or substantially in a Celtic language - was presented at a special Gala Dinner which marked the end of what has been one of the most successful and well-attended Festival to date.Cwmni Da’s winning production, Dringo i’r Eitha (Extreme Climbing) is a Welsh language documentary which b...

Media industry to converge on Caernarfon

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Caernarfon will welcome filmmakers, programme makers, broadcasters and students from Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Cornwall and Brittany for next week’s Celtic Media Festival, which takes place between 25 and 27 March.Supported by broadcast, film, cultural and economic organisations throughout the Celtic countries, each year the event moves to a different Celtic location. 2009 represents a particularly important milestone for the Festival, since the annual event will be celebrat...

Network opportunities abound for Rondo Media

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Six months on since its formation and independent television production company Rondo Media is not only on track to surpass its first year £10million turnover target, but has also been chosen as one of a limited number of companies included in the BBC’s outside London XM25 networking scheme. The company, which has offices in Cardiff, Caernarfon and Menai Bridge, has also created nine new jobs since its inception, with 5 employed in north Wales and 4 in south Wales. One of these new posts see...

Sue Malden: new Chair of FOCAL International.

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Sue Malden has been chosen to be the new Chair of FOCAL International.Four very strong candidates had put themselves forward for the position left empty since the death of Jane Mercer last September.Sue brings a wealth of experience from the archive side of the business having worked at the BBC archives for over twenty years - as Head of BBC Broadcast Archives, then Head of Marketing BBC Information & Archives and finally as Corporate Affairs Manager BBC I&A. Since leaving the BBC she has contin...

Jana Bennett will open MIPTV proceedings

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Jana Bennett, Director of Television BBC, will open proceedings at MIPTV and MILIA 2004 (Cannes, March 29 – April 2), with a keynote speech on “The Future of Television Programming in a Cross-Platform World” (March 30).Jana Bennett replaces former BBC Director General Greg Dyke as the opening keynote speaker. Greg Dyke resigned from the BBC on January 29.Jana Bennett’s speech will underline the growing importance of convergence to television executives – a subject which is set to be at...
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