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WORLD NEWS Azule helps Milk kit out new London facilities M ilk, the boutique visual effects company that launched in June, has announced that it has completed the initial technical roll-out at its new facility in London’s Fitzrovia. The company has invested in a range of specialist hardware and software solutions, including Autodesk® Maya® 3D animation software, Nuke X from the Foundry, Arnold render licenses, CandIT Warp hard disk storage and Fat Twin render nodes, thanks to a swift and competitive leasing solution from Azule Finance. Set up in June 2013 by the BAFTA award-winning team behind the visual effects for the BBCs Doctor Who and the recent Ice Age Giants, Milk is a new London based, high-end visual effects facility specialising in innovative 3D effects and character animation for both TV and feature films. Milk has already begun work on the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who (BBC) and Sherlock: Series Three (Hartswood Films/BBC), as well as the new TV adaptation of Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell (Cuba Pictures/BBC) a mini- series due to be broadcast on BBC One in 2014. TV New technology from leading online video provider S treamUK recently debuted their new and improved Media Platform which brings several key enhancements that allow content owners to be fully compliant in the delivery of video content but also give great new opportunities to drive up viewing hours and engagement. What’s even more impressive is that these enhancements have been released after the platform won “Best Asset Management Tool” at the 2013 Streaming Media Europe Reader’s Choice Awards. 1 6/26/2013 7:23:41 PM TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 80 AUGUST 2013 | 29