film, television and radio programmes, DVD extras including interviews and commentaries, clips, trailers, adverts, idents, stings, non-broadcast material, amateur footage, archival material (catalogued and not catalogued), podcasts, vodcasts and DVD study materials
This has relevance to a wide range of different users - academics, researchers, students, media and Library staff, journal editors, etc.
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