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It was overshadowed by the immediate challenges of the pandemic but the fallout from Brexit for the UK’s sales companies and distributors is now pulling into sharp focus. Put simply, it is much harder for UK sales companies to represent European films...
On trade, finance, migration, food standards and more, the UK suffers fresh ignominy on a daily basis.
The European Union has plans to reduce the number of British TV shows and film broadcast by TV stations in Europe as an after-effect of Brexit, the Guardian has revealed.
Brexit minister says EU move would be to the detriment of viewers but admits UK is powerless to prevent it.
Some European Union diplomats have decided there are too many British films and TV shows on the continent’s streaming platforms, threatening another valuable U.K. export in the wake of Brexit.
The EU is considering proposals to exclude British programs from European quotas, a move that could severely hit international sales of U.K. films and TV series to the EU.
Number of UK productions seen as ‘disproportionate’ and threat to Europe’s cultural diversity.
The UK’s decision to leave the European Union will have a majorly negative effect on British film and TV, an industry expert has claimed.
Half of the channels available in Europe outside their country of origin (as defined by the European regulations) fell under UK jurisdiction in 2018, as opposed to only 10 per cent at the end of 2020.
MAVISE notes that between Brexit and the transposition of the revised AVMSD, the supply of audiovisual services has been experiencing a lot of commotion. In a quest to secure continuity in their distribution outside the UK traditionally UK-originating channels have been relocating over the past two years.
Stingray has become the latest channel group to surrender licences with the UK media regulator Ofcom following the UK’s departure from the European Union.
A Brexit-voting couple in Spain have been widely mocked after complaining they can no longer get access to UK channels such as Gold due to Brexit.
As the possibility of a no-deal Brexit scenario increases, and the government publishes its “no-deal preparedness” notices, it is worth taking stock of the sheer variety of problems that would arise with a no-deal Brexit – and the devastating consequences that would arise from such a legal limbo. Here’s what we know so far.
Strict broadcasting laws place restrictions on coverage of politics during voting periods.
The British Broadcasting Corporation is planning to move some of its commercial channels to the Netherlands.
We, the signatories of this letter, represent businesses from across the UK film and television industry and are writing to express our concerns over Brexit in any form.
TVforEU is a campaign to highlight the damage that leaving the EU could cause the UK Television and Film industries. The UK is a world leader in post-production, film and television production, visual effects, television broadcast, TV and film equipment manufacture and sales, systems integration ... We believe that Brexit in all of it's forms is bad for our industry and bad for our country.
A number of broadcasters have already made the move in anticipation of Brexit. Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) and Viceland have started moving their broadcast licenses from the UK in anticipation of Brexit.
Move to a EU member state needed for licence to continue broadcasting across continent.
Sir Martin shared his insight on what challenges the Government is facing, what the Government and business should do now and how the UK seeks to forge new trading relationships outside of the European Union.
At a glass-wrapped industrial estate in London north of the River Thames, Brexit is giving global broadcasters a headache.