The Knowledge directory to be published in December
This year’s edition of The Knowledge directory - the 34th - is due out at the end of this year.
We are delighted that, although the publication is a little later than usual, demand for the book is still going strong.
The book was first published in 1986 when three production managers decided to pool their expertise and launch a comprehensive directory of production services for anyone working behind the camera in the UK screen sector.
Budget-holders and decision-makers in production offices around the UK regularly rely on the fully-verified listings, broken down into hundreds of categories.
With the industry getting back on its feet after such a turbulent year, it is more important than ever that your profile is prominent and up-to-date.
Anyone interested in booking advertising space should email Alex Curry to discuss the various packages on offer, and those with freelance listings should log in and claim their profile to update credits and contacts.
The deadline for bookings is the middle of October – but why wait?! Get your space secured as soon as possible and make sure your offering gets the profile it deserves...
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Screen Scotland has today announced further emergency funding for the country’s screen sector workers.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for the UK production industry as projects around the country get back up and running, under strict Covid-19 safety guidelines.
ITV has launched Studio 55 Ventures, a new scheme that will build entrepreneurial teams to create media and entertainment businesses that appeal to the 16-34 year-old demographic.
Channel 4 will be marking October’s Black History Month with a round of five documentary commissions, exploring different aspects of the Black experience in modern Britain.
ScreenSkills has published the results of its ‘What can we do to help? Employer and hirer survey’, launched in June to explore how employers, their staff, freelancers and crew can work safely during Covid-19, and has announced further investment in training in response.
The UK and Canada are teaming up to launch the first co-production programme for immersive storytelling.