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Sky Vision, Welsh govt set up TV production fund

Wednesday 6 April 2016 | 11:06 CET | News
Sky Vision, international production and distribution arm of Sky, and the Welsh Government have formed a funding partnership to support the development of TV production in Wales and boost international sales. The GBP 400,000 factual and entertainment fund will be used to back new programmes or series by Welsh independent production companies and support other UK companies to bring more productions to Wales. The Welsh Government and Sky Vision will each invest GBP 200,000 into the Fund. Sky Vision is responsible for promoting and delivering the fund, identifying potential projects and ensuring

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Companies: Sky
Countries: United Kingdom
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