Two years ago, RTS London and FOCAL International delivered a joint session called “Future Past: Will Archives Survive Digitisation?” which looked at the impact of technology change on the need to gather, preserve and re-use TV content. We promised to revisit the issues on a regular basis to report on progress made, and the impact of new developments; for example, the maturing use of Artificial Intelligence and its relationship with human cataloguing expertise.
As we embark upon the new decade, we bring together a multifarious panel to look at their TV tea leaves, gaze into their crystal balls and read the runes to bring us their visions of the future of TV over the next few years!
RTS TVC & the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) are proud to present on 3rd March 2020
‘Getting Started in Television Tech Roles’
Film and television have so many roles off-screen that go into making a production from camera, sound, post-production etc. Our prestigious panel will reveal just what it takes to make it in a technical role and forge a successful television career.
Are our children finding content they want to watch, through television, streaming services or on-demand channels? Are they finding and consuming content we think they ought to watch, from a public service perspective? Content that surprises or enriches them, and leads them safely and appropriately along the path to adulthood?
Today the Glasgow Art Club is a dynamic community of men and women of varied ages and backgrounds for whom the Arts are an essential part of everyday life.
The Clubhouse is a place to pursue creative expression, engage in the free and vigorous interchange of ideas and opinions, and enjoy good conversation and the companionship of like-minded individuals.
RTS Members are allowed use of the GAC Clubhouse in Glasgow.
The Thames Valley RTS, in partnership with Techex, is providing the ST2110 Technical Colloquium on Wednesday 16th October at the Techex Head Quarters in Bracknell, UK.
Deirdre Mulcahy, News Camerawoman, Freelance Producer and Trainer and for 12 years Senior Video & Mobile Journalism Trainer for the BBC Academy, puts down her trusty Sony FS5 to pass on her top tips for using your smartphone as a professional camera. In this session she will show you how to produce broadcast quality content cheaply and quickly, covering camera angles, lighting, useful apps, workflow and, last but definitely not least, audio.
TikTok, the short-form video app that has users hooked around the world, gets the closest yet. As soon as you open it, you're immediately presented with engaging short form content. From talent routines and quick-fire pranks to snippets of news, all making use of strikingly creative editing and usually soundtracked by energetic music, TikTok has something for everyone. If the video doesn't interest you, with a single flick of a finger, you can easily change the channel just as you would on a television set.