INVESTMENT IN KID'S TV ANNOUNCED ...
January 2018 | Televisual
A new £60m fund to help increase the range of UK children’s television has been announced by Culture Secretary Karen Bradley.
The fund will be run by the BFI and cash will be distributed over three years as part of a pilot starting in 2019. The money for the pilot programme comes from unspent funds from the previous licence fee settlement.
Programmes from new and diverse backgrounds, and those made in the nations and regions, will be a “particular focus.”
The £60 million fund will be available for content creators to receive up to 50% of the production and distribution costs of original TV shows.
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