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Sky Arts Launches Ignition Ireland Fund
15 Feb 2013 :
'A Young Doctor's Notebook' is currently airing on Sky Arts
Sky Arts has announced that the next Sky Arts Ignition application round is open exclusively to Irish arts organisations.

The winning applicant will receive €230,000 from Sky Arts to fund a new project, to be co-developed between the two organisations and any contributing artists. Sky Arts will also work with the winning organisation to bring the chosen project to a wider audience on air, on demand, online and on the ground, as well as providing marketing and new media support.

James Hunt, director of Sky Arts, said: “This will see Sky investing directly in the thriving Irish arts landscape, and collaborating with a leading arts organisation to bring a new work to life on screen and on the ground. It’s a fantastic way for us to help support Ireland’s cultural vibrancy.”

Sky has operated in Ireland for over 20 years, and just last month opened a new operations centre in Dublin.

Popular programmes that air on Sky Arts include ‘A Young Doctor’s Notebook’, staring Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm, as well as biography-based shows like ‘U2: Video Killed the Radio Star’ and live performance shows from Rory Gallagher and Def Leppard.

For more information on Sky Arts Ignition, visit www.sky.com/skyartsignition.

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