This event will be of interest to television students and lecturers who want to hear more about how to enter this prestigious competition. We will outline the criteria, categories, entry procedures and timeframe for the forthcoming awards. Coming along to this event ensuring you submit your entry correctly is the first important step towards getting your hands on a coveted RTS Scotland trophy.
BT will offer a scholarship to support a student through the Production Technology MA, a two year course which equips students with the skills required in all aspects of production technology in live and recorded environments.
This scholarship will aim to help combat the current skills deficit in the sector. After completing the masters, graduates will be invited to apply for a job at BT.
Expected to open in early 2017, the Digital Content Production Training Studio will provide students with the technology to shoot, record and stream footage in high-definition 4K resolution. The studio will feature the latest software and state-of-the-art equipment to service the needs of producers, editors, and engineers alike. Integrated with a wide range of post-production systems and graphics workstations, the digital hub will be able to produce high-end content for entertainment shows, sports broadcasts, and games programming.
We are delighted to announce that we have teamed up with Sky Academy to offer 50 people the chance to get an in depth look at what Sky Academy does and learn more about the opportunities available in TV production.
The Society is offering 20 bursaries to students studying Television Production and Broadcast Journalism courses at accredited universities. A further five technology bursaries are also available to students studying Computing and Engineering at some of the top courses at British universities.
Wednesfield High School was declared the winner at the grand finale of Midlands Centre’s schools challenge, during a ceremony hosted by the BBC at its Birmingham headquarters in June.
Ten schools were represented, and the prize for the winning team, which was awarded by BBC Midlands Today presenter Nick Owen, was a VIP tour of BBC Birmingham.
Unemployed young people can benefit from the BBC’s new Make It Digital traineeship.
From today, 5,000 opportunities will be available in 60 locations across the UK to enhance young people’s digital and employability skills.
Unemployed people aged 16 to 24 year olds and who have fewer than two A Levels can register their interest through their local Jobcentre Plus.
Twofour Broadcast, the production company behind hit fixed-rig series such as Educating Yorkshire has been hard at work with new TV documentary,The Kings & Queens of Speech. Drawing to a close on Sky1, the series followed six schools preparing for a national debating competition.