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27/08/2007

TRC Announce Training Scheme 'Cross Creative' In The Pipeline

The Research Centre (TRC) have announced that a training initiative for indies looking to get to grips with multi-platform content is on its way.
Cross Creative is a nine-month programme aimed at independent TV production companies looking to develop cross-platform ideas that have impact and resonance for commissioners. Cross Creative will deliver monthly masterclasses for creative leaders designed to increase their strategic awareness of cross-platform thinking. It is best suited to Creative Directors, Head of Development or Commercial Directors.
Check out TRC's website early September for more programme details and application forms: www.trcmedia.org
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