Rohit Kachroo is the Security Editor for ITV News, who previously worked as the broadcaster's Africa Correspondant. He now oversees the coverage of worldwide counter-terrorism and national security issues. Rohit shared his top tips on climbing the ranks as a journalist at our 2016 Student Programme Masterclasses.
The comment came from Sky’s assistant editor (mobile), Peter Diapre, who said that bulletins are good at visual storytelling. He added that the same techniques apply across a range of platforms, even for bite-size news on smaller screens.
Eighteen experts from the BBC, ITV, Sky, Olympic Broadcasting, local TV and press, including a range of freelancers, were on hand to reflect on changing industry practices as well as outlining the unchanging skills required for visual journalism.
Alok Jha is the science correspondent at ITV News, and regularly makes factual programmes for the BBC. Here he gives his top advice for creating a news package around the topic of Science.
Industry experts evaluated attendees's resumes at the CV clinics to show them how to make theirs stand out from the rest.
If you couldn't make the event, or you want to relive it, this video includes the highlights of everything you missed.
The event, which was held at Highbury College, Portsmouth, discussed changing practices in journalism and also provided informal access to 15 working journalists.
Among those attending were Managing Editor of ITV News Robin Elias, London Live reporter Reya El-Salahi and the Director of News Services at Olympic Broadcasting Services, Grant Coleman.
Rhoda Buchanan is a producer for BBC Newsnight.
Martin Collett is senior programme director for Channel 4 News.
Any journalist will tell you that to do their job you need hustle. But how do you hustle your way to become the face of a news organisation and, once there, ensure you do a great job? CNN's Nina dos Santos gives her best advice in just 60 seconds.
As an educational charity, part of the RTS focus is on providing information for young entrants into the television and media industry. Our Behind the Scenes series explores the production process of some of Britain's most popular programmes. From current affairs to comedy, panel shows and soaps, these films will offer a rare glimpse backstage of each production, highlighting all the different roles and giving a sense of what they involve.