In Brief

November 1986
Image Technology;Nov1986, Vol. 68 Issue 11, p531
Trade Publication
The article offers several news briefs concerning motion picture industry in Great Britain. The National Association of Citizen's Advice Bureaux' Audio Visual Unit will conduct a video production and training consultancy services. A new television presentation and training service is available for clients of Charles Barker Lyons and Workhouse Productions. Geoffrey Chandler has announced the new recognition scheme for successful collaboration between education and industry.


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