UK government creates Global Screen Fund to replace EU funding after Brexit
Pilot scheme will receive £7 million in government funding to support UK TV and film productions.
UK government establishes panel to ‘help shape future of public service broadcasting’
Panel is tasked with providing independent expertise and advice as part of the government's strategic review of PSBs
Government mulling “deep-pocketed investor” to support Channel 4
Ministers are said to be "laying the groundwork" for a review of Channel 4 that could lead to all or part of it being...
Whittingdale: Government is mulling sale of Channel 4
Minister says government is questioning whether there is a need for a second publicly-owned PSB.
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee opens coronavirus inquiry
DCMS Committee is calling for evidence from organisations and arms-length bodies
‘Give creative industries the recognition we deserve’ in Brexit negotiations
Campaigner Marc Risby calls on media tech industry to not be passive during next phase of Brexit
UK government warns viewers about EU satellite decoder devices
Law changes as soon as Brexit takes place
Government to add Paralympics to ‘crown jewels’ of sport
Also looking to add the Women's World Cup and Women's FA Cup
UK government agrees £150m ‘sector deal’ for creative businesses
New deal will see significant investments made across the entire industry
UK creative industries ‘could be worth £128.4 billion by 2025’
Review led by ITV chairman Peter Bazalgette
DCMS appoints advisory group for BBC Charter Review
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has commissioned a panel of experts to support the review of the BBC Royal Charter
Boom in employment and exports for UK’s creative industries
The statistics released by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) have revealed that employment within the UK’s creative industries is increasing at...Business