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ProVision helps MetFilm School students get hands on with broadcast technology

Students will be able to get their hands on the equipment at the school's campuses in London and Leeds

The UK’s MetFilm School is working with camera, lighting, grip and sound equipment supplier ProVision to offer students access to broadcast technology.

Students will be able to get their hands on the equipment at the school’s campuses in London and Leeds. ProVision is part of ITV Studios.

Speaking about the partnership, Danny Howarth, head of sales and technical operations, ProVision, said: “We’re really excited to be working alongside Met Film School and supporting their operations in both London and Leeds, the breadth of courses they offer supported by fantastic campuses in Ealing and Leeds provides their students with a fantastic all round industry focussed higher education.”

Jonny Persey, director of MetFilm added: “We are absolutely thrilled to be working with ProVision. From the start of the conversation it’s been clear that there is a complete alignment of values and we have found in ProVision, and the wider ITV Studios network, an organisation committed as much to talent development as they are to excellence in production.

“As a result, every decision in working out the details of how we will work together has been easy to make. We’re looking forward to a long and fruitful relationship with ProVision, and to the opportunities within the ITV Studios network that it will open up.”