If it moves on a screen, you can be confident that Televisual has got it covered. This great monthly magazine brings you everything you need to know from the world of the television and film industries.
Each issue covers both television and film from an industry standpoint, offering insightful views into the process of making and broadcasting items for both the big and little screen. Televisual covers the latest technological developments, commercial and corporate news and features, interviews with film makers and documentary and program directors, new work from a variety of different studios and an archive and restoration section devoted to classic telly and film.
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We reckon that not only is Televisual pretty much required reading for those in the movie and TV industry (lucky people, we’d love to work on making some of the wonderful examples of TV and film out there at the moment) but it is also pretty fascinating reading for anyone who is simply interested in the act of making TV and film, and that's probably pretty much everyone.
We’ve all spent far more hours in front of a TV screen than we’d care to admit, or blown our budget on going to the cinema to see the latest blockbuster releases. At the very least, we know that we have. It would be strange is you didn’t possess a little curiosity about what went in to making the programs you watch. It is incredibly fascinating to get an insight into just what had to be done to bring the action from the set to your living room, all the little things that affect production one way or the other. Televisual provides that in a very effective manner, featuring industry news, views and features examining the act of making the televisual feasts we all enjoy. It’s of particular interest to find out just how much effort goes into conceptualising and producing ads for TV – give them a chance next time before you change the channel. NB