Commercial Broadcasters Association COBA has heralded a “watershed moment” in the UK production sector.
Crashing out of the EU would create huge disruption for the UK’s international broadcasting sector, its workforce, and its suppliers, the Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA) has warned.
The Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA) has called on the Government to commit to seeking an ambitious deal on broadcasting before companies are forced to activate contingency plans.
The Government’s White Paper on Brexit offers little clarity for the UK’s £1 billion international broadcasting sector, according to the Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA).
The commercial broadcaster’s association COBA has welcomed the prime minister’s recognition of international broadcasters during her Mansion House speech on Friday.
Loss of access to EU markets could jeopardise £1 billion in annual investment from international broadcasters, according to a report published by the organisation representing Britain’s multichannel broadcasters.
Members of the Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA) invested a record £725 million (€907.2 million) in UK television production last year, according to the associations’ 2014 census.