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Watch What Happens Next: The Future of Production Space Virtual Panel

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What Happens Next
What Happens Next panel with Michael Hirschorn (L), Jake Fuller (top R) and Melissa Morkus (bottom)

Earlier today, the panel What Happens Next: The Future of Production Space brought together a prestigious group of producers and creatives to talk about the current conditions of production under the COVID-19 pandemic, how things have changed, how things can move forward, and a lot of topics that might be of interest to anyone who works in production.

The virtual panel was hosted by APABroadcast Management Group, and GreenlightGO, taking a deep dive into an extremely timely topic: how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting how physical space is being used by producers, as well as how the needs of production real estate may be forever changed.

Moderated by Michael Hirschorn, CEO of Ish Entertainment and Co-founder of GreenLightGO, there were two separate panels, the first one with Production Executives and Producers Jake Fuller from Jax Media (Emily in ParisSearch Party, Broad City) and Melissa Morkus from EOne TV (DaredevilJessica Jones). The second panel focused more on how independent film and television can move forward with guests Alex Bach, partner at Irony Point (Scare MeI Think You Should Leave); Producer Charles Miller (Mother Android, Trial of the Chicago 7), and Producer and Production Manager Jamie Buckner.

You can watch both panels below:

 

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