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05
Oct
Manchester Takes Centre Stage At MIPCOM

A delegation from Manchester is at MIPCOM this week to promote the region as an international base for broadcasting and media production.

Taking place annually in Cannes, MIPCOM is the most anticipated global market for entertainment content, with around 13,700 participants attending from over 100 countries.

It’s here that the delegation will promote Manchester’s legacy in media. MIDAS is accompanied by members of Manchester’s vibrant production community including CHF Entertainment, Creative England, dock10, Flix Facilities, the Space Project, and Urban Canyons.

Manchester is no stranger to welcoming some of the world’s leading production companies. The city has provided a backdrop for high-profile TV shows and films including Life on Mars, Queer as Folk, The Voice, Captain America, Sherlock Holmes and 28 Days Later.

The region is a key base for global broadcasters such as the BBC and ITV and the industry is supported by the fastest growing talent, crew and production facility base in the UK.

Tim Newns, chief executive of MIDAS, Manchester’s inward investment agency and part of MGC said “MIPCOM presents an ideal opportunity for Manchester to showcase the remarkable assets it can offer to the international media production industry. With a huge catchment area of media professionals, an impressive array of productions spaces and some globally recognised cultural exports, Greater Manchester has everything a media company could need to produce world class content.

“The region has been producing shows that are globally renowned for over 50 years. Now our goal is to strengthen this reputation and attract the next wave of investment and production companies into Greater Manchester which will cement the region’s position as a leader in broadcast and media”

The Manchester MIPCOM delegation can be found on the UKIndies Pavilion at Riviera 8 (R8.D11)

For more information visit www.mplus.org.uk.