2014: what's on the horizon
Tim Dams and David Wood ask the leading lights from the production industry for their predictions for the coming year in broadcasting, film, indie production, and technology
The art of the DP
Jake Bickerton talks to eight leading DPs about the craft of the cinematographer
ABOUT TELEVISUAL MAGAZINE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO TELEVISUAL.COM
Televisual is the monthly magazine for the busy producer and all those who commission, create or deliver moving image content for television, film, commercials, digital applications and corporate communication.
You won’t find the overwhelming majority of Televisual magazine’s content on this web site. Simply put we believe that reports, surveys, features, interviews, production stories and (often) columns are best read in print. While news, blogs (and jobs) generally work better online while also online allows for video play-out (a growing area for us and across the media). Televisual magazine is always topical and all editorial content written in the month preceding publication.
We do post some of our core surveys and reports (see Reports and Surveys [with link - http://www.televisual.com/reports-surveys.html) although you should note that they are always posted a minimum two weeks after they’ve been published in print.
ABOUT TELEVISUAL READERS
The typical Televisual reader commands a senior or management role within broadcast, independent production, facilities, advertising and communications agencies and within in-house corporate blue-chip companies. If you commission, create, deliver or distribute moving image content in a professional capacity for television, film or digital applications, you should be reading Televisual.
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Twelve issues of Televisual, the leading monthly magazine that is the defining media for the UK production community. Month by month Televisual tracks and comments on new content and initiatives while keeping a firm eye on the market’s evolution, celebrating all that’s good in UK production
Unique surveys that have become the touchstones for the industry, benchmarking the production world including The Production 100 (top 100 Indies), The Corporate 50 (the business communicators) and The Commercials 30 (advertising directors)
Exclusive surveys, reports and special features that help you make better productions while introducing you to all the contacts you’ll ever need. Over the year Televisual covers studios, outside broadcast, camera and crew rental companies, editing, graphic design, animation, grading, compositing and VFX, music composition and libraries and archive and footage research and use. In addition we provide helicopter views of larger broadcast issues such as the pick up of HD and 3D or file-based workflow. While The Facilities 50Survey (top post houses) is the benchmark survey of the post production industry
Interviews that introduce you to the people mapping out the television landscape - in any one issue of Televisual there are over one hundred exclusive on the record comments from key executives
The Televisual Genre Reports with commentary from the key commissioners and production suppliers about the ebb and flow within core television disciplines
Production and business news, features, comment and analysis from who’s doing what, with whom, for whom and how to find the right programme distributor
Production stories and case studies covering recent broadcast, film, commercials and music promo projects
Facilities and technology news to keep you up to speed with a constantly evolving array of kit and facilities that promise to help you make better looking programmes more efficiently, faster or for less money
And Storyboard the round-up of exciting new commercials, promos, animation and graphic design projects
An invitation to participate in The Televisual Bulldog Awards, the only time most of you get the chance to have your say and vote for the best on the box
Discounts for great value industry events such as The Televisual Factual Festival
Invitations to free production seminars
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