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Captain Lorna Ward details what life is like for a film crew in Iraq.
Strike-hit buyers will want non-fiction at Natpe, says Mark Itkin.
After the fuss over my writers’ strike column, even I don’t agree with myself.
The long running saga of the C4I sale might finally be over but rival distributors are still scratching their heads over the deal.
The ‘historic’ joint online TV initiative could safeguard broadcasters’ future
Disgruntled US writers might take encouragement from a spate of new media deals, argues Dominic Schreiber.
Hiring a former investment banker as its new chief financial officer is unlikely to calm fears about BBC Worldwide’s growing commercial ambitions.
Dominic Schreiber looks at why UK scripted formats have become the first casualties of the US television season.
After a summer of scandals and bad press it seems that the crisis over trust in television is spreading to the US.
As Queensgate unfolded at home, it made a nice change to see drama of the scripted kind in the Mipcom spotlight.
With Mipcom imminent, US broadcast networks will be back in the UK in a few weeks time on the look out for the next Dancing with the Starsor American Idol.
After a summer of bad press for the UK's broadcasters and indie producers it seems that the crisis over trust in television is spreading to the US, writes Dominic Schreiber.
Life might be getting tougher for kids producers in the UK, but distributors remain upbeat about the genre.
Dominic Schreiber explains why private equity companies are finally turning their attention - and their money - towards the distribution sector.
One of the stranger suggestions made during 'Queengate' was that the worldwide success of the UK's indie sector is somehow to blame for the decline of British TV.
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