Forbidden owns and develops a cloud video editing platform, FORscene.
The company said revenues were likely to be flat as a result of a major continuing television series in the
Forbidden said it has seen "significant interest" at its new North American subsidiary since the redesign and relaunch of its business. It established a new subsidiary in
The company said it is "mid-way through a major programme of redesigning the majority of our activities." It revamped the look of its business and the FORscene platform, which it revealed at broadcast trade show NAB in April.
Since NAB, the company said its North American team had generated interest from customers, placing evaluation servers with eight clients to test. It is building interest in the Easter US and
Forbidden launched a new version of FORscene for use on tablets at NAB, and said that this product was "the next step in the company's long term plan to dominate the mobile video creation space."
Shares in Forbidden were trading up 1.9% at
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