Subscribe Online  
 

September 2018
£15.00


In the magazine
Only available in print
  • The Production 100
    Tim Dams introduces Televisual’s exclusive Production 100 survey of the indie television sector, now in its 26th year, and finds the rise of the streamers is creating opportunity –but also plenty of anxiety. The report includes the top 100 indies, the
  • The Genre report: Factual TV
    Demand for factual is growing as channels fight ever harder for audiences. Televisual Factual Festival producer Pippa Considine reports
  • All the Fun of the Fair
    ITV and Amazon’s new Vanity Fair adaptation demanded a period drama with a modern sensibility. But how was that balancing act achieved? Jon Creamer reports
  • The Art of the Vfx Super
    Creativity, tech know-how and a cool head are essential attributes for a vfx supervisor. Three top supers tell Jon Creamer how they help create screen magic
  • Channel 4's big move
    Three cities are still in the running for the new out-of-London Channel 4 HQ and three for the two creative hubs. The indies in those cities say the potential prize is immense. Jon Creamer reports
  • IBC preview
    IBC is a great place to check out both new launches and to get your hands on something already announced at NAB. Here’s a small taste of what’s likely to be on offer
From the magazine
Available to read online
Read >>

Reports&
surveys

Corporate 50 2013 Back to Reports & survey Listing

A snapshot of the feedback from corporate producers asked about their ongoing challenges and concerns

Triple Dipping
“The unstable economic environment, with large PLCs sitting on cash, unwilling to invest in good communications. A lack of confidence in their own company’s future. Jacaranda
“The uncertainty in the global economy, Europe and the changing political landscape.” Twofour
“Continuing uncertainty over the broader economic outlook, particularly in relation to Europe.” Merchantcantos

Attracting talent
“One of my main concerns for the industry not just for next year but for the future in general is whether we can attract the talent that we need. It is getting increasingly difficult to find good talent wishing to work in a full time role in corporate production.” Speakeasy

Anyone and his dog
“Clients thinking they can make things themselves with a laptop and a digital camera.” Juice
“Making sure we can differentiate ourselves from the content providers who are out there – and crucially getting a client to understand the difference between filmmaking and content providing. Having clients understand that value in filmmaking lies not just in its execution but in the design and the scripting of the content which still requires experienced professionals.” Pukka
“Competing with organisations who offer film that is not of broadcast standard and much cheaper.  A number of marketing agencies are recruiting inhouse videographers which, of course, has an impact. We need to ensure that our area is a speciality and ensure standards are kept high.” Classlane
“In the middle market where we do most of our work we do see clients going for cheap one man operators although they do often come back after a bad experience. As a result we are having to be more creative in our approach in terms of the added value we can offer to win the work.” Spike Productions

Procurement
“making procurement people realise they are not buying a commodity, they are buying a creative service.” Juice.
“Typically we are striking a deal in good faith face to face with our decision maker. Procurement then get involved and pick apart what has previously been agreed.” Top Banana
As procurement departments continue to rise to prominence in big business this will make a basically fairly non-bureaucratic craft industry become more corporate and could threaten creativity.” Barford

Digital moves
“We have started to develop a number of ‘non-traditional’ services and products in mobile apps, online TV services and social media. This is becoming a significant revenue stream and bigger clients are proving receptive to innovative solutions. We envisage further growth from the app market and development of bespoke social media/mobile products and services.” Eon
We are starting to see more interest and demand from our key accounts to develop content or pilots in interactive video, apps and social video stategies. This is clearly a vibrant area which offers many opputunities for our clients. We are trying to educate ourselves in the space as rapidly as possible and then feed that knowledge back into our client base. Hub

More Chapters

 



Televisual Media UK Ltd 23 Golden Square, London, W1F 9JP
©2009 - 2017 Televisual. All rights reserved
Use of this website signifies your agreement to the Terms of Use | Disclaimer