Creative Nottingham connect creatives online – for TechFluffTV

Jan 22

Home of Paul Smith and Lord Byron – Nottingham’s well known for its creativity and colour. Trent university has a world-class reputation for fashion, graphics and design, it boasts one of the highest concentrations of theatres in a city centre outside of London and one of the largest contemporary arts centres in the UK. Creative Nottingham is a blog that...

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Freeserve co-founder Rob Wilmot speaks to local entrepreneurs at NottTuesday – for TechFluffTV

Jan 18

Rob Wilmot is a bit of a startup pin-up. He was co-director of Freeserve back in 1998, the Internet Service Provider backed by the Dixon Stores Group. After floating on the London Stock Exchange, Rob became one of the youngest directors of a FTSE 100 company at the age of 29. Rob exited Freeserve after the completion of a £1.6 billion sale to Wanadoo in 2001. Since...

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Fibreca.mp is a studio space with tech support that cuts out the expensive middle men – for TechFluffTV

Jan 13

You want to be social with your business and make your service personal… so you decide to make video content. Problem is you don’t have any presenting or editing skills and can’t afford to outsource to an expensive production company. Cue Fibreca.mp in the Lace Market area of Nottingham. Phil Campbell wanted to make a studio space with all the kit...

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My first day at the Beeb

Jan 11

As part of my MA in broadcast journalism at City I’m in the midst of a 3 week placement with the news team at BBC Radio Nottingham. On my first day last Tuesday I was promptly sent out on a story to make a package for Drive with Alan Clifford. Work has begun at Woodthorpe Grange Park in Sherwood on a new golf pavilion and cafe and I spoke to the City Cllr...

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Nottingham Light Night

Feb 13

Nottingham Light Night

Nottingham was lit up last night as part of it’s annual Light Night celebrations. It’s the third year of the festival, which looks to bring a ‘new and diverse audience to the city’. Across the centre the streets, theatres, cafes and churches were filled with installations, candles and lanterns, turning the city into a magical place. There was...

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