Monthly Archives: June 2022

Media Businesses turn Green

    Media Businesses turn Green The Media and Broadcasting industry affects the environment in several ways. The most apparent issues are the usage of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, energy use, raw material consumption, and electronic waste. To put this into context: When a global brand displays 40 billion 200kB ad impressions, this can generate up to

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    PLACEMENT | Mark Frankel, International SOS

      Lumina is glad to announce our recent placement, after working closely with International SOS. Mark Frankel is joining UK-based International SOS as their new Director of Content Operations, managing a research team, while overseeing all data analysis feeding into a range of International SOS content products. International SOS is the world’s leading medical and security

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      Ben Frow – ‘Tastemaker in Chief’ What drives his success?

        Ben Frow was recently quoted in the Sunday Times as saying he will be remembered as the man who killed off ‘Big Brother’ and ‘Neighbours’. But in reality,  he is the Programming guru who reinvented Channel 5 and carved a very clear niche for linear programming in an era of streaming giants. At a recent RTS event,

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        Traditional to Alternative: Hybrid Working in Production

          Hybrid working existed long before the pandemic. In actual fact, the option of being able to work from home would be an exclusive, attractive work benefit that appealed to many. So, while the benefits are statistically evident in the UK, the shift from working in the office 5 days a week to more time being

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          PLACEMENT | Anthony Gannon, Garden Studios

            Lumina is delighted to announce the appointment of Anthony Gannon as Chief Operating Officer for Garden Studios, W. London. He will lead and be responsible for the day-to-day operational functions of the whole facility owned by Arts Alliance run by Thomas Hoegh. Gannon was previously Director of Studios, at Manchester Studios (the Old Granada Studios), recently renamed Versa Studios. He

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