Resource Tags: Content Production

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Recording music at home September 28, 2020

the BBC's Philharmonic audio technical producer provides his top tips and digital tech that has made the recordings of concerts created at home possible.

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Delivering theatre digitally – Lessons from lockdown June 23, 2020

Delivering theatre digitally, how Theatre Uncut’s ‘Bubble’ led the way in the delivery of socially distanced theatre

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How to move a festival online in a week – Lessons from lockdown June 17, 2020

How curators of the immersive COP:LAB created a completely new online version of the festival

Filming and streaming arts content – opportunities and tips for success June 1, 2020

Thinking of filming or streaming your work? This webinar provides all you need to know

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Windrush: Movement of the People January 14, 2020

Phoenix Dance Theatre encapsulated the enormous story of the Windrush generation

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Kes Reimagined – From stage to screen November 22, 2019

Director Ross MacGibbon explains how he brought the spirit of a much loved stage show to the screen for Kes Reimagined

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Producers advice – streaming a live spoken word event October 22, 2019

How on earth do you clear rights for a live improvised show? 

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We survived! Producers’ advice following their first digital rights experiences September 27, 2019

Producers’ advice following their first digital rights experiences

Bodies representing rights holders September 27, 2019

A useful list of talent unions, trade bodies and societies representing rights holders

Cinema distribution and rights – how could it work for you? September 27, 2019

Organisations should think about distributing their work in cinemas