Greenshoot is an organisation helping to move the UK film, TV and production industry towards more environmentally friendly ways of working
Independent post-production company Splice offer online and offline editing, dubbing and grading at two facilities in London.
Charting 32 years of the production management specialist. By Tim Dams
Barclays relationship manager Tom Dods identifies the key international TV trends from the Croisette this year
A pioneering new technology could provide the industry with a more sustainable power source on location
Skills and training programmes supported by ScreenSkills help deepen the TV industry’s talent pool & enable those working in it move up the ladder
Changing the way businesses operate for the better
Screen Scotland’s new Broadcast Content Fund has been created to shoulder some of the financial risk and aid TV projects in the nation
This year’s Buyers Survey acted as a platform for buyers to talk about frustrations, opportunities, challenges and predictions for the future of the industry, with a specific focus on the distribution process.
ITV Studios, Keshet and DRG are the latest distribution companies to join the ONE by Rawnet platform
Naturalist Catherine Capon on producing wildlife documentaries via social media
ONE is set to power the distribution efforts of some of the top distribution companies at this October’s MIPCOM, but what exactly is it?
Has the time finally come for indies in the nations and regions to truly shine? Nick Edwards reports
With its user-friendly design and in-depth buyer insights, Rawnet’s digital programme sales platform is attracting the attention of major distributors
Students on the NFTS Directing & Producing Television Entertainment MA hone their skills using industry-standard kit
As decision-time approaches over the host city for the new C4 National HQ, Leeds’ movers and shakers describe their experiences of growing a business in the city
The actor and rapper has launched a new production company and is working on a slate of personally- and culturally-significant shows
If high-end British drama is to continue to thrive, big-budget productions may need to contribute more to training the next generation
How producers can take full advantage of brand partnerships without compromising their creativity
Uniting the TV and film production and broadcast industry to create an environmentally sustainable approach
Seeing success from developing digital shows that become long-form series
Screenwriter Kay Mellor and doc maker Anna Hall lend their support to the #4sparks campaign
Setting a target of cutting its carbon footprint by half by 2050
ONE by Rawnet report will reveal key trends impacting the current and future broadcast marketplace
Leading UK producers discuss the knock-on effects of a surging market and ways in which the high-end drama levy is being used to alleviate them.
Research suggests TV industry can better promote efforts to address sustainability and environmental issues
Komixx Entertainment on how to finance programming that kids and young adult audiences want. Nick Edwards reports
Creative Cities Convention director Ruth Pitt detects a new wave of creative optimism in Britain’s big cities
Rival UK broadcasters discuss collaboration, competition and building addressable advertising to challenge online platforms
Barclays has been providing dedicated support to the film and television industries for over 30 years
Treasure Champs indie explains to Ann-Marie Corvin how Barclays has helped shape its services around the requirements of children’s TV
Clover’s MD Tracey Doran-Carter explains to Ann-Marie Corvin how Barclays is helping the indie fund future projects
Lorraine Ruckstuhl, head of media at Barclays, shares her outlook for the television production sector in 2018 and beyond