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Watershed launches new website

By The Drum Team | Staff Writer

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September 2, 2011 | 3 min read

Bristol’s cultural cinema and digital centre, Watershed, has launched a new website to help it reflect the wide range of activities and opportunities it offers.

The new site retains the existing box office and events functions, while providing further content such as filmmaker profiles, short films and information on its DShed and iShed initiatives.

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“People in Bristol know that we are a cinema and that we have a café and bar, but they don’t necessarily know about our online archives DShed, or the work that iShed does – particularly the pervasive media studio," said Catrin John, Watershed's communications manager.

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“This website aims to show all the different facets of Watershed and the projects we undertake.”

The website was managed and part-developed in-house, with design provided by Bristol-based Document. The site features dedicated sections for the Media Sandbox project, the DShed archive and iShed. The iShed and Sandbox sections were designed by another Bristol company, Play Nicely.

Watershed aims to keep developing the site to ensure it stays fresh and up-to-date; currently the team are working improve the site’s video hosting and optimise its existing mobile version.

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