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Have your say with our State of the Non-Fiction Nation survey

Like every facet of the screen content industry, those in the business of producing, buying and distributing non-fiction and unscripted content are facing myriad challenges brought on by an ever-changing ...
November 10, 2016

Like every facet of the screen content industry, those in the business of producing, buying and distributing non-fiction and unscripted content are facing myriad challenges brought on by an ever-changing media landscape and evolving viewer habits. As the landscape fragments, however, those challenges are also matched with new and exciting opportunities for storytellers.

With all of this in mind, Realscreen is presenting its inaugural State of the Non-Fiction Nation survey. In a nutshell, the survey is intended to be a snapshot of what is happening in the unscripted/non-fiction industry today, to reflect where both producers and broadcasters feel their businesses are now, and where they are headed; to identify the key issues impacting the industry as it stands today, and the ones to watch for the future; and to determine what is the “state of the nation” for this industry at present.

All responses to this survey will be confidential. All disclosed data will be used solely by Realscreen to share collected findings with our readers in the January/February issue of Realscreen magazine.

Producers, please click here to access the survey that caters best to your interests. A separate survey for broadcasters and other platforms is available here.

We would appreciate responses by Thursday, Nov. 24. Our final deadline is Thursday, Dec. 1.

We thank you for your time with this survey, and hope that this undertaking will provide our readership with a substantial overview of the current climate for the non-fiction and unscripted production community, as well as opportunities for discussion around the issues impacting it today

About The Author
Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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