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Outlander studio in Scots town sold to US firm with pledge of 'more investment'

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The studio used for filming the Outlander series in Scotland has been sold to US investors. Wardpark Studios, based in Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire has been purchased by Hackman Capital Partners and Square Mile Capital Management.

This comes after the company revealed plans to create London’s biggest film and TV studio last year and has just two acquired Ireland’s two biggest studios.

This news comes at an exciting time for the Scottish film and TV industry as more and more production companies are choosing to film in Scotland.Wardpark CEO Terry Thomson said the deal will help "further establish" Scotland as one of the global hubs for the production of film and TV dramas.He added: "The demand is unstoppable but we have to compete in a

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