How U.K. Broadcasters Are Keeping Audiences Engaged During Coronavirus Lockdown

Published on Mar 26, 2020

How U.K. Broadcasters Are Keeping Audiences Engaged During Coronavirus Lockdown

Unprecedented times call for innovative measures and U.K. public service broadcasters are exploring a range of means to keep a nation in lockdown engaged.

The BBC’s extremely popular “The Graham Norton Show,” for example, will be filmed at the host’s (pictured) home for the first time in its 13-year history with virtual guests, rather than in a studio setting with an audience.

Speaking to Variety, BBC director of content Charlotte Moore describes “an ever moving challenge in trying to work out how to keep our services going.”

“We want to make sure we keep as much of our services going for people.

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Author: Naman Ramachandran