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The government insurance scheme will be great for confidence in uncertain times and shows the industry is open for business, says Charlotte Sanders

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Some people have stopped watching linear television without even realising it, says Tom Dods

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While the coronavirus has drastically reduced work for VFX companies, the industry has quickly adjusted, says Lorraine Ruckstuhl

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