Media: News in Brief

August 18, 2011

Big Bang Post Production has completed work on Ocean Giants, a three-part series for the BBC’s Natural History Unit.
The series brings the viewer face to face with the world’s most extraordinary whales and dolphins. Top whale and dolphin scientists uncover their surprising stories and reveal new insights into the lives of these remarkable animals.
Bristol-based Big Bang provided the workflow, offline, grading and online expertise as well as sound laybacks, to create a glossy and striking look for this weekly series which started last Sunday on BBC1 .

Do we really know what we are doing online? Does counting the visitors to a website really tell us anything? And do we need all the social media channels we start?
These are some of the difficult questions that will be answered at the Culture24 conference taking place in Bristol next month. It promises honesty, plain-speaking and troubleshooting. Delegates will be able to listen to great presentations, find out about the latest action research and join workshops, There will also be a crit room, helpdesks and breakout sessions.
Culture24 takes place at the Watershed on Tuesday September 20, between 5pm and 9pm, and Wednesday September 21, 9am to 6pm.
Early-bird tickets are £150, rising to £180 after August 31. To book visit

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