Post production skills

Wallace, Triston
April 2008
Televisual;Apr2008, p67
The article shares the author's opinion on the key big issues in the television production facilities industry and its possible solutions in Great Britain. The author stated that competition is cut-throat in the industry and clients are starting to do their work themselves in-house. He added that technology is cheaper and is arguably easier to access, thus adding one man bands to the competitor lists. He emphasized that everything in the industry requires commitment and money.


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