Here are some examples of the kinds of ways our regularly funded organisations are using new technology and interactive broadcast media to promote their activities.
Arnolfini; Bristol Read more details here about what digital activity the Arnolfini are involved in.
Artsreach; Dorset Online performance programme. which has an interactive format, allows you to browse performances, search the listings and access all the performance and venue information.
Barbican Theatre; Devon 1) Myspace. 2) Facebook 3) E newsletter
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Dorset Online club allows subscribers to receive a monthly email about concerts, new stories, articles and post messages on message board.
Bristol Old Vic Read more details here about what digital activity the Bristol Old Vic are involved in.
Cheltenham Festivals; Gloucestershire Read more details here about what digital activity Cheltenham Festivals are involved in.
Dorchester Arts Centre; Dorset 1) Online ticketing
Exeter Phoenix; Devon Read more details here about what digital activity Exeter Phoenix are involved in.
Forkbeard Fantasy; Bristol 1) Youtube. They have pages on Youtube for their film & video clips. 2) Many parts of their site are animated.
Hall for Cornwall Online ticketing – for booking tickets for events. Also, they have pages on Facebook and Twitter
Northcott Theatre; Devon 1) Youtube. 2) Facebook.
North Devon Theatres Trust 1) Email updates – they have an online system where you can subscribe to email updates. 2) ENews (North Devon Festivals & Folk Festival).
Poetry Archive; Gloucestershire Is the world's premier online collection of recordings of poets reading their work. They have a facebook page.
Picture This; Bristol They have a section where they publish podcasts
PVA Media Lab; Dorset 1) Online projects. 2) MP3 audio downloads.
Theatre Royal Plymouth; Devon They have their latest blog on their homepage.
Watershed; Bristol Read more details here about what digital activity the Watershed Media Centre are involved in.