The April issue of Televisual is out this week.

The magazine features the Corporate 50, our annual report on the top corporate production companies in the UK. We report on a production sector that is becoming more creative and competitive as demand for stand-out online video grows. It’s also a sector that was ruffled by client anxities around the Brexit referendum, but is looking much more cheerful now. And, of course, we reveal the top 50 corporate companies in the industry.

There’s also a feature on cinematography, in which three leading DoPs – working in wildlife, scripted and documentary – discuss the kit and techniques they use to capture their beautiful images.

Plus, with diversity high on the agenda, Televisual rounds up the schemes and training initiatives for new and emerging talent.

Elsewhere, we talk to NAB regulars about the technology they will be expecting to see at this month’s massive broadcast convention in Las Vegas.

And there’s an interview with director Sue Bourne, in which she explains how she tackled one of the most sensitive of all subjects in her upcoming BBC documentary, A Time To Live.

For details on subscribing to Televisual or on how to receive back issues, click here.

Tim Dams

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