Our 2022 Broadcast Report in Full

2022 was set to be the first year of normality post-pandemic, yet it became a year of significant historical events as the world was rocked by news from Europe.

In 2022, for the first time in a long time, the pandemic stopped making headlines and the broadcast landscape was defined by an almost unprecedented range of events; from the War in Ukraine to the Wagatha Christie trial, and the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

For the industry this has been a year of change signifying a new era of commercialisation and diversification of content. Threats of privatisation loomed over the public broadcasters as the TV Licence came under review and Channel 4 was nearly sold off.

To read our 2022 Broadcast Report in full, which includes insights provided by our specialists and statistics gathered specifically for the document, click the below link:

2022 Broadcast Report – The Challenges and Changes in a Post-Pandemic World