How to Survive as a TV Freelancer

How to Survive as a TV Freelancer

Wednesday, 24 May, 2017
Doors open 6.30pm, session runs from 7-8pm

Location

BBC Bristol
31 Whiteladies Road
Bristol
BS8 2LR
United Kingdom
RTS Futures
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Want to get ahead in television?
Find out more about the life of a TV freelancer?

This session will look at how to make the most out of your career - how you should manage yourself as a freelancer, what skills you need and what opportunities are available....
Talking to an experienced panel of industry execs, it will cover what’s involved in breaking into and moving through the industry. What are the challenges you may face? How do you keep yourself employable? 

Join us on Wednesday 24th May for some top tips...

Speakers include:

Barny Revill, Series Director (Life at the Extreme with Davina McCall, Secret Life of Dogs)

Angela Oakhill, Head of Production, RDF West

Glenn Rainton, Editor (The Great British Bake Off)

Other speakers to be announced...

Hosted by Lynn Barlow, Chair, RTS Bristol and Director of Creative Industries, UWE​

 

RTS Members free

£5.50 for non RTS members

Drinks and networking in the BBC bar after the session

To book go to:
https://howtosurviveasafreelancer.eventbrite.co.uk

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Location Details

31 Whiteladies Road
Bristol
BS8 2LR
United Kingdom

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Want to get ahead in television?
Find out more about the life of a TV freelancer?

This session will look at how to make the most out of your career - how you should manage yourself as a freelancer, what skills you need and what opportunities are available....
Talking to an experienced panel of industry execs, it will cover what’s involved in breaking into and moving through the industry. What are the challenges you may face? How do you keep yourself employable?