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  • The Production Technology survey
    Televisual's annual production technology survey reveals the kit that producers are using to make their shows and what they think of it. Tim Dams reports
  • Kids TV
    After several tough years, the children's TV sector has suddenly been hit by a series of good news stories. Jon Creamer reports
  • Tunes for television
    Dozens of production music libraries compete to offer cost effective tracks for TV shows. The choice can be bewildering so Televisual asks top libraries for advice on picking the right track for the job
  • Specialist kit showcase
    From the new, exciting and innovative to the decidedly odd looking but definitely very useful, Televisual rounds up a few examples of kit that can enhance your production
  • Single voices
    Mark Gatiss tells Jon Creamer how he directed and curated a series of monologues for the BBC's Gay Britannia season
  • Film editing
    Editor Paul Machliss explains how he cut Edgar Wright's heist movie Baby Driver to the beat
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  • Animation report
    The UK animation sector has gone from strength to strength in recent years. But with Brexit on the horizon, the industry is working hard to keep the momentum up. Jon Creamer reports
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