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There are a number of film and digital media resources available on the Internet, and a few selected sites are listed below. There are many other useful and relevant sites available.
PSN Europe - a news-based publication for the professional audio industry. Topics covered include studio (recording, post-production and mastering), audio for broadcast, installed sound and liv/touring sound. Subscription to daily and weekly news alerts is free.
Prosound News - news, industry analysis, features and technology updates for the professional audio community. Free subscription to daily and weekly news updates.
Autodesk - free software for the education community.
Brackets.io - free, open source text editor made by Adobe which can be used as an alternative to Dreamweaver.
Student Expert Network - assist student colleagues, learn new skills and network with industry professionals.
Mocap Club - interviews, tutorials and a motion capture library.
Unity - tutorials, documentation and networking. Free Unity licences for students.
See the list on the Subject Help for Film page
A Sound Effect - blog for the sound effect community.
Audio Cookbook - recipes for sound design.
Designing Sound - dedicated to freely sharing information and knowledge relating to the art and technique of sound design.Stopped being added to in January 2019.
Everyday Listening - a sound art blog.
Sound and Music - for contemporary British music
Soundtrack.net - the art of film and television music - film and television soundtrack information and reviews
Arts Council England
BFI Film Fund
British Council: Film
Creative England - not for profit company which supports talent and ideas across tech, games, film and television.
Creative Industries Federation