January 2004
Televisual;Jan2004, p6
Reports on developments related to television, commercials and movie production in Great Britain as of January 2004. Station identification films produced by Intro for music television channel VH2; Promotion film produced by Treatment UK for the music album "Look What You've Done," by Australian rock band Jet; Promotion film for the single "This is the Last Time," by the band Keane, produced by Madefire.


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