EC’s SeaMe.tv goes live
A new Internet television service has launched for young people in the UK and Europe as part of a major €3.3 million project led by the University of East Anglia (UEA).
SeaMe.tv has been created by the SeaMedia project and serves the coastal regions of the East, South East and South West of England, Belgium, France and the Netherlands. The cross-border collaboration sees young people working with professional broadcasters and academics to create programmes reflecting their interests and showcasing their skills. Content includes short films, discussion shows, music and documentaries.
Partners in the project are UEA, Epic Studios in Norwich, Howest University College in Belgium, West Flanders production company Focus TV, and two major entertainment venues – DeKreun in Kortrijk, Belgium, and Le Grand Mix in Northern France.