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SUMMER 2020 £10 | televisual.com


20 page post-covid report – genre by genre and sector by sector


WHAT’S NEXT?


Factual tv


Could factual be the genre to quickly fill empty content cupboards?


Entertainment


Optimism grows for a feel-good genre that’s already swinging back into production


Drama


Drama and film production took a big hit, but what’s


the next chapter?


Live sport As sport kicks off again, producers reach


new levels of innovation Commercials


Commercials and corporate producers find new ways to get the message out


BULLDOG AWARDS


VOTE FOR THE VERY BEST OF BRITISH TV.


NOMINATIONS INSIDE


A BRAVE NEW WORLD


SPECIAL ISSUE ON THE OUTLOOK FOR THE TELEVISION AND FILM BUSINESS IN A POST-COVID FUTURE


HEAD IN THE HOME GROWN SOUND


Audio specialists find new ways to make some noise in the bedroom


CLOUDS HOW THE NEED FOR REMOTE WORKING IS PUSHING POST INTO A HYBRID FUTURE


TELEVISION | FILM | COMMERCIALS | CORPORATE | PRODUCTION


POST MODERN VFX and post houses made major


changes for lockdown, are they baked in for the long term?


THE STAGE IS SET


Why the booming studios sector looks set to flourish


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