dock10 has announced that its television and radio studios and post production facilities will be remaining open despite the coronavirus outbreak.
All broadcasters, programme makers and production companies are still welcome during this time.
The company is following all the advice from the UK Government and World Health Organisation (WHO) to ensure that everybody is safe; this includes enabling people to work remotely and from home. In addition, there will be no audiences for shows and all tours have been suspended.
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Andy Waters, head of Studios at dock10, said: “This is a time when the nation needs to be entertained more than ever. While some show formats might need to change to accommodate the current situation, all studios are open and we would especially welcome live broadcasts and specials programmes. We recognise that ‘the show must go on’ and are going to do everything we can to help keep entertainment on air.”