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Achieving the right balance between company and programme development and television programme production itself is the biggest challenge. On paper, Mark Dowds is every inch the Silicon Valley success story, but getting to where he is today makes for a humbling read. DoubleBand, to my amazement, is approaching its 20th year in existence and pleasingly has witnessed an average steady growth, particularly across the last six or seven years. Judge dismisses Euribor case against RBS. Working for broadcasters like the BBC and RTE has had a relatively stabilising influence, largely because of the license fee funding. Historically there has already been sterling support and leadership provided by organisations like Northern Ireland Screen and Invest NI. I think that the film and TV industries are going to be the success stories of the future and important elements in the re-imagining Northern Ireland in the future.

The history of other. Having said that, while considered a success story locally, we are ambitious to gain more commissions from the national TV networks in both the UK and Ireland. Of course suppliers to the commercial broadcasters like ITV, where advertising revenue has been badly hit, are at the sharp end and very badly affected. Working for broadcasters like the BBC and RTE has had a relatively stabilising influence, largely because of the license fee funding. What’s the best piece of business or life advice you’ve ever been given? Judge dismisses Euribor case against RBS. The greatest opportunities are in production supply to the network UK broadcasting market, but the developmental costs required to compete are huge and undoubtedly risky for regionally-based small or medium-sized production companies.

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You can still do more, of course. The downturn in the economy has been a little slower to impact on the television production sector. I blfast that the film and TV industries are going to be the success stories of the future and important elements in the re-imagining Northern Ireland in the future.

Having said that, while considered a success story locally, we are ambitious to gain more commissions from the national TV networks in both the UK and Ireland.

Our company, DoubleBand, has never been so busy as it has in the last three years. Achieving the right balance between company and programme development and television programme production itself is the biggest challenge. Working for broadcasters like the Fils and RTE has had a relatively stabilising influence, largely because of the license fee funding. The history of other. The Big Interview with Mark Dowds: Weekly Business Digest Newsletter This week’s business news headlines, directly to your inbox every Tuesday.

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On paper, Mark Dowds is every inch the Silicon Valley success story, but getting to where he is today makes for a humbling read. Recently this has been thrown into focus belfat very forward-looking activity in Scotland and Wales, where their devolved parliaments are pro-actively driving the agenda of re-distributing production across the whole of the UK.

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Judge dismisses Euribor case against RBS. The greatest opportunities are in production supply to the network UK broadcasting market, but the developmental costs required to compete are huge and undoubtedly risky for regionally-based small or medium-sized production companies.

Ireland Awards Search Go. Of course suppliers to the commercial broadcasters like ITV, where advertising revenue has been badly hit, are at the sharp end and very badly affected.

DoubleBand, to my amazement, is approaching its 20th year in existence and pleasingly has witnessed an average steady growth, particularly across the last six or seven years.

I can only speak about my own sector and the creative industries in general.

Film there has already been sterling support and leadership provided by organisations like Northern Ireland Screen and Invest NI. What’s the best piece of business or life advice you’ve ever been given?

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