Published on: 23 June 2022 in Industry

Directors Digest — Thursday 23 June

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The Scottish Screen Industry approaches £1bn, streamers re-evaluate the way they do business, and what does “No animals were harmed” mean for filmmaking in 2022? Read all about it below. 

Ofcom has found that Channel 4 breached its licensing conditions over subtitling problems. (Ofcom)

Meanwhile, Ofcom has also voiced competition concerns about BBC Studios. (Broadcast

The Scottish screen industry is set to reach £1bn by 2030, Televisual reports.

 What does “No animals were harmed” mean for filmmaking in 2022? Little White Lies investigates. 

BAFTA’s albert consortium has released a new toolkit for making your programme planet-friendly, genre by genre. Find out more and download the toolkit here. (albert)

Screen Daily looks at how the streamers are re-evaluating the way they do business amidst recession fears

The Guardian speaks to Islamic creatives about the ways TV is currently letting down Muslims

And finally, it’s Glastonbury week! Televisual Magazine looks behind the scenes of Glastonbury Live.

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