S4C and Channel 4 both celebrate anniversaries, while Ofcom publishes its annual diversity report and BECTU publish guidelines for shooting intimacy. Read all about it below.
S4C celebrated 40 years of broadcasting this week. (S4C)
Meanwhile, Channel 4 also turned 40 this week — watch its first ever broadcast from 1982. (Channel 4)
This week Ofcom published their annual report on diveristy in TV and Radio — download a full copy on their website.
The BFI is set to archive Bridgerton and other Netflix UK titles, the first time a streamer has had works enter the archive. (Screen Daily)
BECTU launched new guidelines on directing intimate scenes. (Televisual)
The Film and TV Charity has launched a £50,000 anti-racism grant, Broadcast reports.
The first ever Children’s & Family Emmys were announced this week — congratulations to all of this year’s nominees! (The Hollywood Reporter)
To mark Halloween, The Guardian looks at FW Murnau’s Nosferatu —100 years on.
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