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All about RIG

What we do - membership directory - the RIG Board - the RIG Secretariat - video guide to radio indies

Policy and public affairs

RIG policy papers - news & press releases - RIG in the nations & regions - related organisations

Costs and benefits

Membership fees - application form - RIG legal services scheme - Radio Academy discount membership - insurance providers

Information for all

Working with & for indies - international rights agents - useful contacts - executive producers - freelancers - studios and OB facilities - app designers in RIG

RIGtrain & Awards

RIG Events Ltd: RIGtrain - the RIG Audio Production Awards - the Radio Academy ARIAs - other broadcasting awards

Members only

Log in / log out - legal scheme contracts - special offers and market opportunities - resources for BBC productions - BBC presentation to indies 8 June 2017 - Radio 4 rolling commissioning guidelines

Member companies

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RIG members on twitter

Take a peek at the amazing level of activity from RIG members on this twitter list

RIG and Diversity

RIG supports broad approach to the definition of diversity, to include age, social class and location within the UK, as well as other important elements such as gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity and disability.

RIG is pleased to work with the BBC on the implementation of its Diversity and Inclusion Strategy. Find out more about the BBC's strategy by clicking here

 
RIG has submitted a paper to the DCMS consultation on a contestable public service content fund. 
 
It was originally proposed that the fund should be for TV, however RIG is arguing that radio should also be included, as it will –provide great value for money and mean the fund reaches a wider range of audiences.
 
RIG Managing Director Will Jackson says:
 
 “Audio indies from around the UK are keen to apply their excellent track record of producing award-winning public service content to work more with commercial radio. Indies have been developing new relationships with a range of players, and including radio in the contestable fund can help build an appetite for more PSB in the commercial sector and elsewhere. Together we can innovate and take more risks on content for underserved genres, for the benefit of the UK audience.”
 
Radio bids would be made in partnership with distributors such as commercial radio, and Radiocentre has joined with RIG in arguing for the fund to be extended to radio.
 
 


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Contact information: Will Jackson, Managing Director   Kim Mason, Administrator

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