The National Press club in Washington DC are live streaming a panel about working with fixers around the world. It’s a live stream so should be of interest to anyone working in media internationally:   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fixers-and-journalism-first-person-insights-into-working-together-internationally-tickets-90326032595

From September 20th to November 2nd Japan hosts the Rugby World Cup. World Fixer have supplied several local producers to ITV Sports to help them with their coverage and are working with other production companies to create content around the tournament. Japan’s rise in rugby has produced a team who are considered serious contenders this […]

Travel videos are a broad term but for brands and broadcasters alike they represent a considerable growth market. In order to understand this sector of media production and the opportunity out there for World Fixer members we interviewed Philip DeBevoise, founder of the Travel Video Alliance – an initiative aimed at bringing together travel brands and film […]

A new book by Lindsay Palmer (a professor at School of Journalism & Mass Communication/University of Wisconsin-Madison) has been released called, ‘The Fixers’. It’s a rare collection of insights drawn from 75 interviewees across 39 countries. Rather than focussing on accounts of fixers work from the perspective of foreign correspondents she’s gone to the people […]

Over recent decades, climate change has been one of those topics that was ever present but so easy to ignore. However, thankfully there seems to be a growing chorus in the media which makes it impossible to remain complacent in the face of such impending urgency. With a few notable exceptions it seems like the […]

Cuba is opening up and it’s no surprise that crews all over the world are rushing to produce on its shores in ever increasing numbers. Whilst there are some excellent, very established producers and service companies already operating in-country we were curious to speak to someone from our network who has taken the leap and […]

nigerian elections

Nigeria’s general election takes place this month. Economic growth, security concerns and eradicating corruption have been central to each candidate’s campaign; but what do the electorate want? And can any of the candidates deliver on their promises? On the 19th February Nigerians will go to the polls to elect their next president. Officially there are […]