Steve Hewlett Scholarship Events 2020

Steve Hewlett Scholarship Events 2020

Monday, 7 December, 2020 to Tuesday, 8 December, 2020
5:30 - 6:30

Location

Online
United Kingdom
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Lectures

Supported by the Royal Television Society and The Media Society

Previously, this has taken the form of a prestigious high-profile lecture delivered in the past three years by Mark Thompson, Charlotte Moore and Nick Robinson.That is not possible this year. Instead there will be two online events

BRITISH BROADCASTING IN CRISIS.

Dates; Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th December at 5.30. GMT

You will be able to watch these sessions via the RTS website and RTS YouTube channel, details of which will be issued in a reminder email nearer the time.

Session one; BRITISH BROADCASTING IN CRISIS; The Public Service Broadcasters.

Chair; John Stapleton, Former BBC, TV-am, GMTV, ITV

Panel;

Mark Damazer, Former BBC Trustee & Controller Radio Four.

Greg Dyke, Former Director General BBC, CEO LWT .

Claire Enders, Founder Enders Analysis

Alex Mahon, CEO Channel Four Television

BOOK NOW

WATCH SESSION ONE HERE ON MONDAY 7 DECEMBER

 

Session two; BRITISH BROADCASTING IN CRISIS:The Commercial Channels and the rise of video on demand  

Chair; John Stapleton,  Former BBC, TV-am, GMTV, ITV

Panel;

Sir Peter Bazalgette. Executive Chairman ITV, former Independent and BBC producer.

Claire Enders. Founder. Enders Analysis.

Janine Gibson, Assistant Editor/Editor Special Projects, The Financial Times.

Mark Thompson. Former Director General BBC .CEO The New York Times.

Thanks given by Tim Davie, Director-General of the BBC

BOOK NOW

WATCH SESSION TWO HERE ON TUESDAY 8 DECEMBER

 

YOUR GIFT

The Steve Hewlett Scholarship Fund was set up to support students from low-income families through university and then have successful careers in the media. If you would like to donate so we are able to continue to support more students the details. Please donate here 

 

The Scholars you have supported to date are. - 

Oliver Cummins Hylton - after graduating this year with BA Hons in Broadcast Journalism from Salford University

Olly is now studying for an MA in documentary film making and also working with ITV

Liam Warden is studying for a BA Hons Journalism at Sheffield University

Georgia Keetch is studying for a BA Hons Journalism at University of Sussex

Oisin Tomas Ó Raghallaigh is studying PPE at The Queens University, Belfast

Khadija Uddin is studying for a BA Hons in Journalism, Communication and Politics at Cardiff University

 

Steve Hewlett Scholarship Fund Committee - Sir Clive Jones, Rachel Crellin, John Mair

 

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Supported by the Royal Television Society and The Media Society

Previously, this has taken the form of a prestigious high-profile lecture delivered in the past three years by Mark Thompson, Charlotte Moore and Nick Robinson.That is not possible this year. Instead there will be two online events