Britain has a proud heritage as centre for creative industries – and nowhere is that more apparent than in the strength of Britain’s broadcasting sector. Long seen as Europe’s most attractive hub for broadcasters seeking to reach other EU member states, an entire broadcasting ecosystem has built up, supported by Britain’s own large domestic broadcasting market, a stable regulatory regime, access to highly skilled workers and unparalleled access to postproduction facilities and satellite uplinks.

But is this heritage now under threat? Reliant until now on the EU’s Country of Origin (COO) principle, just how will Britain and its broadcasters need to adapt to maintain a strong position that has taken many decades to build?

For further information please contact Linda Bertolissio or Riina Rintanen.