As coronavirus (COVID-19) spread across the
world, it severely impacted many businesses, and social distancing, quarantine periods and crowd restrictions disrupted a wide variety of different industries. In Iran also, many live events, such as sports matches, concerts and other social gatherings were cancelled. In the movie sector, many traditional film studios had no idea how or when they would be able to produce new movies.
DR SEYED M.S. EMAMIAN and MOHAMMAD BAGHER ASGHARIAGHAMASHHADI of the Iranian Audiovisual Media Regulatory Authority (SATRA) on how
supportive regulatory responses during the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic strengthened the local audiovisual sector
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