Liz Bales
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Liz Bales joined the Industry Trust for IP Awareness in November 2006 following seven years at Universal Pictures UK. During her time at the Industry Trust, Liz has specialised in consumer outreach and education programmes in relation to copyright and the creative industries, consumer research and campaign evaluation and is a regular spokesperson for the audio-visual industry in this field.

The Industry Trust has delivered an extensive range of education campaigns across a variety of audiences spanning young males, youth and parents. Raising awareness of copyright and its role in underpinning production in the audiovisual sector, the campaigns have consistently struck a chord with audiences, improving value perceptions and knowledge around legal sources of audiovisual content.

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Connectivity and The Future of Film

(0) Comments | Posted 6 December 2013 | (17:44)

From smart watches to smart phones, there's no doubt that in 2013 we're more connected than ever before. Last year in Britain, 33million adults accessed the internet every day, more than double the 2006 figure of 16million, when comparable records began. With the growth of the internet and internet-connected devices,...

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The Growing Demand for Digital Film, TV and Video Services

(0) Comments | Posted 29 January 2013 | (10:42)

2012 was a great year for British TV and cinema. Yet again we saw Brits light up the silver screen with freshly-formed classics as well as some familiar faces - most notably from her majesty's secret service. Yes, the British TV and film industry was once again well represented with...

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Film Education in Schools Will Support the Future of the Industry

(1) Comments | Posted 24 October 2012 | (17:41)

Who would have played Rose in Titanic if Kate Winslet hadn't been inspired in drama class to take up a career in acting? What might Danny Boyle be doing now if Film Studies hadn't helped him to become a world famous director? There's no doubt that film education in schools...

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