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Digital Birmingham director Chris Price chaired the infrastructure panel at the Digital Britain event on 17th June in Birmingham. He lays down the case for investment in new technology to allow Birmingham to compete with cities such as Amsterdam and Paris. More - Bits and bytes that hold key to city's future prosperity
Ahead of chairing the “Content is King” panel at Wednesday’s Digital Britain event, Birmingham Post editor Marc Reeves explores the issues local news providers need to see addressed in Lord Carter’s report. More - Report must show understanding of the regional media
Tom Loosemore, head of Channel 4’s public sector innovation investment fund 4iP, chaired the Staying Ahead of the Game panel on research and innovation at the Digital Britain event. Here, he explores ways the United Kingdom can foster the next Google or Facebook. More - Taking risks to aid a new generation of entrepreneurs
Stephen Dodson is director of DC10Plus, a collaborative network of local authorities and their partners which aims to promote social inclusion through the use of technology. He chaired the Empowering People for a Digital Age panel at the Digital Britain event on 17th June, he discusses how the report needs to start by meeting consumer demand and customer need. More - What do we need to do to make a real Digital Britain?
The Keeping IT in the Family project has been short-listed for the Nominet Best Practice Challenge 2009 after it was submitted under the Best Development Project Award category. More - Digital Birmingham is shortlisted for an award yet again!
The Royal Television Society (RTS) Midlands Centre has launched a new-look awards scheme for 2009, to celebrate the evolution of the media industry. More - RTS launch new-look awards scheme in partnership with Screen WM