The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on physical production spaces and how the needs of production real estate could be changed forever will be the subject of a roundtable on Friday organized by the Arts Agency of the show, the Broadcast Management Group and production services company GreenlightGo.
“What Happens Next: The Future of Production Space” will address topics that include the impact of Covid-19 on square footage requirements, ventilation requirements, technical infrastructure and cleaning protocols in physical production facilities ; who is responsible for Sfae Way Forward protocols in facilities, production companies and networks; the current outlook for producers who are back on set and resuming production; how productions have rebounded on a large scale in relation to space; and how low-budget, independently-funded productions operate under the new Covid-19 protocols.
You can watch the hour-long panel below, starting at 9:30 a.m. PT Friday.
“What Happens Next: The Future of Production Space” will be hosted by Michael Hirschorn, CEO of Ish Entertainment and CEO and co-founder of GreenlightGo. “We are very happy to talk to the key production managers and producers about how they are responding and leading this transformation in our business,” he said.
Panelists will include Charles Miller, producer of The Chicago 7 trial and Monsters and men; Jake Fuller, producer at Jax Media; Alex Bach, partner / executive producer at Irony Point; Melissa Morkus, production manager for eOne Television; and Jamie Buckner, production supervisor on Billion and The morning show).
The panel can be viewed here: