Everyone is aware of how much the live music industry has been affected by corona, but what about the film, game and TV industries? They don’t exist in a bubble and they employ a lot of creatives and technicians who work across all the film, game, advertising, TV and music sectors. What changes have we seen in the sync sector and how will the impact of the pandemic change how producers and composers pitch for and win work for games, films and TV? Was there a freeze across the creative industries or was work still being carried out by small groups of people in a kind of creative lockdown? What has been going on behind the scenes for the last two months?
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