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Kinema adds 60+ new titles

Kinema, a new community-centric, cinematic experience platform, has announced the expansion of its film library to a total of more than 60+ new titles. Kinema continues to grow its partners who are committed to extending the reach of cinematic experiences in non-theatrical settings, both virtually and in-person, to communities and audiences around the world. New […]

August 23, 2021

Broadcasters dismayed by Hungary anti-LGBTIQ law

Broadcaster Associations across Europe are concerned about the effects and potential precedence setting of the recent Bill adopted by the Hungarian National Assembly amending the national Acts on Media Services & Mass Media and Advertising. The Bill openly discriminates against LGBTIQ communities and contravenes fundamental rights enshrined in articles 7,9 11, 16 and 21 of […]

June 30, 2021

Virgin Media reduces carbon footprint by 7%

Virgin Media reports it has achieved zero waste to landfill operations for the first time, and since 2014 has reduced its operational carbon footprint (scope 1 and 2) by 46 per cent and refurbished and reused more than 8 million products, it has revealed in its latest 2020 Sustainability Report. The report, Dialling into 2020, […]

May 26, 2021

Amazon doc on first gay rugby club

Steelers, a new documentary that follows the world’s first gay and inclusive rugby club, will premiere exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in the UK and Ireland on April 16th. Steelers following the players and coach of the Kings Cross Steelers as they overcome personal struggles and compete against 60 other gay clubs in the Bingham […]

March 25, 2021

Study: Price hikes don’t dampen UK streaming

Above-inflation price rises of up to 33 per cent are failing to curb Brits’ enthusiasm for film and TV streaming services, according to research by Priestley, the insight-led digital marketing consultancy. The study shows that young Brits are increasingly bouncing between services, using free trials and one-month subscriptions to binge-watch the latest films and TV, […]

March 24, 2021

LGBTQ+ streaming service launches in UK

Froot, a new streaming platform, focused on bringing compelling content for and by the queer community, has launched in the UK and Ireland. The new on-demand subscription service costs £2.99 a month or £29.99 a year (€3.49 a month or €34.99 a year in Ireland), and offers LGBTQ+ and allied audiences a mixture of inclusive, […]

November 11, 2020