Broadcast Indie Survey 2021 open for entries
The Broadcast Indie Survey 2021 is now open for entries – a chance to give your views on the industry after a rollercoaster year.
This gives producers a chance to submit their responses to the annual report, which will launch on 23 March at an exclusive digital event and be published on 25 March with the April issue of Broadcast magazine.
To access the survey, click here. The deadline for submissions is Friday, 12 February.
The survey ranks all producers by annual turnover and also gives detailed breakdowns of the fastest-growing companies, the top owners and consolidators and attitudes towards the main commissioning broadcasters and other key industry issues.
This year, the survey includes a section on the impact of Covid-19 on the production sector.
Please contact Indie Survey editor Jesse Whittock with enquiries.
For commercial opportunities, please contact Broadcast commercial director Talia Levine.
This article first appeared on Broadcastnow.co.uk.
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