Media Business Insight | Broadcast
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Broadcast is the essential source of business information about the British TV industry.

Broadcast sits at the heart of the industry, providing up-to the minute industry information, in-depth news analysis, insight into the latest programme performances, ratings data with viewing trends, the latest funding opportunities as well as letting you know what commissioners are looking for.


Our customers include large and small production companies, the post-production community and the UK’s PSB and commercial broadcasters. We are also a leading authority on TV around the world, and the powerful emerging digital players such as Netflix, Apple, Facebook and Amazon.


We keep our readers informed across multiple platforms – print, digital, awards and live events.


Broadcast supplements include:


  • Broadcast TECH: a quarterly monthly magazine about the technology that is used to make and deliver TV in the UK and across Europe. Through a combination of news, comment articles, in-depth features and data-driven surveys, it provides a comprehensive overview of the tools and techniques used to create the most popular and innovative content.


  • Annual reports and surveys: Broadcast surveys are highly anticipated throughout the year and are used by companies as a reference and research tool. Our annual supplements provide you with a fantastic opportunity to align and support the chosen theme/sector. These include the annual Distributors and Indie Surveys.


  • International: Broadcast’s international coverage consists of news, interviews and analysis of the major trends in the global television business – seen through a British lens.


  • Broadcast Sport: Focuses on sports production, sports distribution and sport tech innovation in broadcasting. Offering B2B content across its print, digital and live events portfolio. Launch date March 2019.

‘Broadcast is a must-read. It deftly captures the mood and zeitgeist of the industry, reflects the pressures on indies, broadcasters and increasingly talent, and does it with a lightness of touch. It’s prompted debate and has been a helpful catalyst for change in an industry that is moving at a rate of knots.’

Stuart Murphy,
Director of entertainment channels, Sky