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  • Australian reforms 'will hit feature docs'
    AIDC NEWS: The Australian government’s media reforms that kick in on July 1 will give a significant boost to funding TV series but render most feature-length documentaries unviable, according to factual filmmakers.
  • HBO, Lee chronicle New York since 9/11
    HBO is working with director Spike Lee on a multi-part documentary that focuses on the city of New York over the 20 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
  • Nordisk Film takes Drive Studios majority
    Nordic production and distribution company Nordisk Film has made a further investment in Danish prodco Drive Studios and is now the majority owner.

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  • Hidalgo’s vision
    New BBC Children's boss Patricia Hidalgo is focusing on issues including the future of linear channels like CBBC, education and sustainable production.
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Reports and analysis

Covid-19: impact report

The results of C21's Covid-19 Impact Global Content Business Survey are now in and the findings make for grim reading.

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The ongoing drama boom is being fuelled by a growing number of streamers focused on international programming.

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The international TV drama business continues to boom as new streamers arrive, stoking up demand, prices and creativity, impacting the entire industry.

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The arrival of Apple TV+ and Disney+, as well as WarnerMedia’s upcoming HBO Max and NBCU’s Peacock, marks the start of a new era of D2C streaming services.

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