Citrus Suite in LDP’s Business News, 2nd August 2010.
Great local news article, almost a full page with photo Newspaper and Website. Via Liverpool Daily Post
We also got a mention on the Northwest Insider Website Via Business Insider , as well as TechWatch, OneNews, RapidTVNews, and GamesIndustry.com, as well as some other minor blogs. Seems to be a good pic-up rate for this story.
“A Liverpool development studio has signed a deal to work on interactive television for the BBC…”
Second Citrus Suite Newsflash at the Business Desk // 30th July 2010 // Looking Good
We also got mentioned on Design Initiative’s new Futures Network website, Full Article via “Futures Network”
Citrus Suite, a new development studio in Liverpool has started working on interactive services for Project Canvas.
Project Canvas has been created to develop a standard for internet television services in the UK and is being backed by BBC, ITV, Channel 4, BT and Talk Talk. Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) allows you to access programmes via the web. It should be launching via set-top boxes from Spring next year. Citrus Suite is creating a prototype to show how viewers can interact directly with one of the BBC’s existing shows.
“This is a golden opportunity to collaborate with the BBC and deliver a product using state-of-the-art technology – from a creative point of view this is where we want to be,” explained Chris Morland, development director at Citrus Suite.
The company, which is based in Liverpool features 9 artists, designers and programmers from the city’s games scene, who develop for Apple devices, Wii, PSP and PC.
! Press release went out yesterday and we are already getting some good coverage