Wales is at the cutting-edge of new television, as home to the headquarters of national broadcasters, drama studios, countless independent production companies, and sweeping landscapes captured on film by crews the world over.
The Wales Centre of the Royal Television Society - Y Gymdeithas Deledu Frenhinol - was founded in 1959, and is renowned for bringing people together to debate and explore topical issues relevant to television in Wales.
RTS Cymru Wales is committed to professional development, and aims to raise standards through its activities, working with universities and colleges across Wales.
Welsh-language programme-making is an important constituent part of broadcasting in Wales, and the Wales Centre tailors activities to reflect this.
RTS Cymru Wales remains at the centre of Wales' vibrant broadcasting industry, with a slate of regular events. Many events are free, and cover key aspects in the creativity, technology and business of television.
Our committee is comprised of volunteer RTS members, each with extensive experience in the creative industries. We meet every four to six weeks to discuss upcoming events and develop new activities to helps us reach our goals. Our committee members represent various positions within the TV industry and reflect our membership.
A position has arrived for a new honorary member and we are keen to hear from BAME people working in the industry in Wales to help enrich and diversify our representation. If you think that could be you, please send a CV and covering letter to RTSWalesChair@rts.org.uk by 30 June 2020.
A suitable candidate will be selected on the basis of their ability to actively input into our events and make a real difference to the work we do at RTS Cymru Wales.