You can find out about Televisual magazine and televisual.com on the tabs within this section and where our media information is open access as we are confident that we offer more and deeper engagement with production companies and the immediate production and post supply chains than any other media platform. The difference is that Televisual is uniquely only and all about production from commission to final master and our audience the management, leading production executives and creative and technical operators who make this happen.
Televisual is however much more than just the finest magazine – and now website – for the UK production community. As you would expect from the UK’s leading production magazine, Televisual is active in many other areas including:
THE TELEVISUAL FACTUAL FESTIVAL
Now in its fourteenth year, the Televisual Factual Festival is a must-attend, high-impact business conference for documentary programme makers to discuss and understand the opportunities within international factual commissioning, funding, new media and distribution. Running over two days in central London in late November, the Televisual Factual Festival includes presentations from and panel discussions with over fifty speakers that together define UK factual production output with over 300 senior delegates (typically Indie managing directors and heads of department) and in 2019 with an over 70% returning delegate rate. If you want to talk to the UK factual Indies and you’re interested in sponsorship, we can offer you a competitively priced and very visible package. Please email email@example.com for a detailed prospectus.
THE TELEVISUAL BULLDOG AWARDS
Now in its fifteenth year, the Televisual Bulldog Awards celebrate the best of UK television within a unique format and agenda where the UK production community votes for the best UK programmes from the previous year. The Televisual Bulldog Awards deliver industry-wide recognition and enhance the reputation of everyone involved – winners, nominees and sponsors. In 2020 the event has an extended voting period from early April to mid-August with the winners announced with the Autumn issue and the ever-popular and glamorous Gala Dinner, current circumstances permitting, running in October. Through direct and memorable association sponsors can get much closer to their core markets while the wider Televisual community has its say about the best television of the previous year. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a sponsorship prospectus.
TELEVISUAL MARKETING: TECHNOLOGY EVENTS & ROUNDTABLES
Televisual hosts regular technology events from private sponsored networking dinners – the Televisual Heads of Roundtables – to larger free-to-attend (by VIP invitation) production technology events like the ever-popular Future of Post and HDR in Production events in Soho and more occasionally in other UK cities covering topics such as High Dynamic Range, media storage and the cloud. The Roundtable format is usually either Heads of Production or Heads of Post (or CTOs) with three sponsoring parties and up to a dozen agreed executives exploring specific themes (from drama and multi-camera production to HDR and Dolby Atmos post over an upmarket private dinner. The resulting dialogue is then edited over four pages in the next Quarterly issue. Televisual’s technology events are exceptionally well-attended by small numbers (up to 100) of the right people from the largest production and post companies. Our last Future of Post was attended by a VIP invited audience with over 50 post houses attending at MD or CTO level. (That’s more UK post houses than attend most UK or international trade shows and in numbers where you can meet all of the delegates and even demonstrate your kit within a relaxed and friendly environment). Please email email@example.com to find out when the next events are running.
TELEVISUAL MARKETING: ADVOCACY CASE STUDIES & MAGAZINES
Televisual also provides third-party magazine publishing and bespoke double page pieces within the magazine. Televisual has published many bespoke magazines over the years for customers including Sony (The Producer and many other one-off magazines), Avid (Create) and one-off magazines for facilities companies like Molinare and OnSight. Every Quarter we work with technology vendors and facilities to provide double page spread case studiesincluding research, interviews, copy-writing and design (with the customer receiving all assets) with a broad range of recent customers including The Look, Narduzzo Too, Jam VFX, G-Technology, HHB (for Avid), Elements and Pixit Media. Our detailed understanding of marketing messages and imperatives combined with our knowledge of what the service or product actually represents (and what sets it apart) and our contact network gives us stand-out appeal and where Televisual is the natural home for engaging with and informing the production community about stand-out projects and technology change. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how we can help you engage with your audience working with the Televisual platforms and now including the new televisual.com.
TELEVISUAL MARKETING: FILM PRODUCTION
You can find out about Televisual magazine and televisual.com on the other tabs within this ABOUT section and where our media information is open access as we are confident that we offer a more potent connection and deeper engagement with production companies and the immediate production and post supply chains than any other media platform. The difference is that Televisual is uniquely only and all about production from commission to final master and our audience the management, leading production executives and creative and technical operators who make this happen.
Televisual is however much more than just the finest magazine – and now website – for the UK production community. As you would expect from the UK’s leading production magazine, Televisual is active in many other areas that you can read a little about as you scroll down this page including: