Published on: 19 August 2021 in Industry
Directors Digest — Thursday 19 August
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A new report lays bare unacceptable working conditions in unscripted TV, while Channel 4 becomes the first broadcaster to share streaming performance data with indies.
Meanwhile, the Lord of the Rings travels to the UK, and Broadcast discusses the future of Channel 4. Read all about it below.
The Guardian interview Dawn Elrick, creator of the Shit Men in TV Have Said to Me Instagram account.
Indie producers have called for a mental health body in the film industry, Screen International reports.
Broadcast hosted a Channel 4 round table with Marcus Ryder, Steve Coogan, Claire Enders, Andrew Sheldon and Chris Curtis. You can watch it in full here. (YouTube)
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