RTS Futures – Speed Date the Content Creators

RTS Futures – Speed Date the Content Creators

Monday, 5 October, 2015
6.45pm for a 7.00pm start

Location

Amber Bar
City Point
1 Ropemaker Street
London
EC2Y 9AW
United Kingdom
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Don’t miss this opportunity to meet an incredible line up of producers and get their insight into how to stand out in this fast paced  and competitive environment.

Our gurus hire people like you so it’s your chance to get their hints and tips on how to make a great impression and secure your next role.  You can also ask their advice on anything from switching genres, moving up the production ladder to how to develop your writing skills. They will also be sharing their views on the Television industry and how it feels to be making the most talked about shows on British Television.

We are delighted to announce an incredible guest list of gurus for this exclusive RTS Futures event.

Nicola Brown Series Director, Channel 4’s The Secret Life of A Four Year Old, credits include Educating Cardif’, 24 Hours in A&E and The Midwives
 
Barnaby Coughlin Series Director, BBC Two’s Phone Shop Idol, credits include Inside Tatler, Lily Allen from Rags to Riches and Mary Queen of Shops
 
Stephen Day Series Editor,  BBC One’s The Apprentice, credits include My Kitchen Rules, Amish, World’s Squarest Teenagers and The Great Sperm Race
 
Martin Fuller Series Producer, BBC Two’s Phone Shop Idol, credits also include Life is Toff, Making Bradford British and Famous, Rich and Homeless
 
Jessica Jones Series Producer, BBC Two’s Great British Menu, credits include The Incredible Spice MenHow To Cook Like HestonScience of Stupid and Science of Stupid.

Emily Lawson Series Producer, Channel 4’s The Secret Life of Four Year old, Five and Six Year Olds, credits include The Supervet and Keeping Britain Alive
 
Gemma Nightingale Series Producer, ITV’s Saturday Night Takeaway, credits include Surprise Surprise, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and Ant And Dec’s Push The Button
 
Diego Rincon Series Producer, ITV’s Saturday Night Takeaway, credits include Take Me Out, Text Santa and Great British Bake Off
 
Claire Walls Series Producer, BBC One’s The Apprentice, credits include Embarrassing Illnesses, The Restaurant and Holiday Showdown

Get booking as tickets will sell out fast.

On:

Monday 5 October 2015

Nearest Tube Stations:

Moorgate (Northern Line, Bank Branch)

Follow us on Twitter @RTS_Futures & tweet about the event using hashtag #RTSspeeddate

Booking Details:

The cost to RTS Futures members is £10.00.  Tickets for full members of the Royal Television Society are complimentary but MUST be booked in advance – please provide your membership number when booking.
All tickets are non-refundable.
 
It is completely free to become a member of RTS Futures. Sign up here. 
This event is open to all RTS Futures members or RTS Full Members but is designed for those with no more than two years’ television experience.  To book a place you (and any guest/s you book a place for) MUST be either a member of RTS Futures or an RTS Full Member. 

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Location Details

City Point
1 Ropemaker Street
London
EC2Y 9AW
United Kingdom

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