This week, the government announced film and high-end TV tax reliefs, and Broadcast reported that CITV is due to close as ITV launches ITVX Kids. Read all about it below.
The UK government has announced plans to increase film and TV tax breaks, changing it from a rebate of 25% to a new “expenditure credit” of 34%. (Deadline)
CITV to close as ITV launches ITVX Kids, Broadcast reports.
BFI and BAFTA set the 2023 recipients of their LGBTQIA+ mentoring scheme. (Deadline)
Martin Scorcese discusses the importance of film restoration, via CBS News.
The government asks producers for data on Channel 4 as in-house productions plan moves to the next stage. (Deadline)
EXCLUSIVE— Max Goldbart (@Goldbart1) March 16, 2023
UK Gov't is pushing on with the most controversial element of the Channel 4 non-privatisation: the creation of C4 in-house productions
Producers were this week asked for data on C4 to help the gov't with the policy https://t.co/jRt1NdRLYv
The Guardian provides a timeline of TV taken off air.
Western Europe pay-TV revenues to drop by almost 20 per cent in next five years, TVBEurope reports.
Studio Lambert, the team behind the long-awaited third series of Race Across the World, talk Covid contingencies and keeping bears at bay with Broadcast.
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