26th Feb 2013
BSAC gave evidence to the CMS Select Committe
26 February 2013
Adam Singer, Chairman, BSAC, gave evidence to the CMS Select Committe as part of the seventh evidence session of the Committee’s inquiry into support for the creative economy. He expressed support for the expansion of computer science in the national curriculums, and also noted the potential opportunities offered by crowd sourcing for mitigating risk when funding film production.
A full transcript of the hearing is available on the UK Parliament Website through the following link, and a video of this hearing is also available on the UK Parliament Website here (these links contain Parliamentary information licensed under the Open Parliament License v1.0).
Other witnesses over the day were:Andrew Chowns, Chief Executive, Directors UK; Greg Dyke, Chair and Amanda Nevill, Chief Executive, BFI; Ian Livingstone CBE, Life President, Eidos; Dr Jo Twist, CEO, UKIE; and Dr Richard Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, and Vincent Scheurer, Board Member, TIGA.
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