Whether you land your first job with one of our broadcasters, or with an independent company, remember that television production should reward not just those who own the assets but every single person who contributes to the production, from the runner upwards.
Join us on Wednesday 24th May for some top tips...
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
Jude Winstanley has experience in a range of television formats from entertainment to factual and has spent most of her career as a freelancer. While regular freelance employment can be hard to find, it can be a good option in an industry where there are so few long term contracts. With freelance contracts often making up half the workforce of broadcasters, there are certainly opportunities to be had. Winstanley shares some of her top tips on how to survive in the world of freelancing.