RTS Futures assembled a panel of pioneers for its sold-out event at London's Hospital Club in late April, "I made it in... digital". An enthusiastic, youthful audience was eager to learn from their experiences of working at the cutting edge of new media. It learnt, perhaps surprisingly, that television – the dancing dad at an achingly hip party – still has a big role to play in the digital age.
YouTube has launched three new tools aimed at verifying eyewitness footage of events uploaded to the platform.
The video platform has become a go-to destination for breaking news footage. From the Arab Spring and the Green Revolution, to the Charlie Hebdo Attacks and the Protests in Ferguson, some of the most important stories have unfolded on the platform.
The best of student television making was celebrated at the RTS Student Television Awards earlier this month.
Adam Buxton will present highlights of the awards, RTS Student Awards, tonight (Friday 19th June) at 7pm on Sky Arts.
A selection of the nominated films will also be broadcast in full on Sky Arts later this summer.
Many of the nominated films can be viewed on the RTS YouTube channel, or below
The future of TV could well be online and so if you want to get ahead in TV, learning how to make video work for online platforms has never been so important. Let Sabina Smitham explain the basics.
Sabina is a Creative Producer at Endemol Shine Group's Channel Flip, a multi-channel network that makes brand-friendly content.
The upstart news network is winning new respect