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Mind The Gap: Closing the Gender Pay Gap in Television | Full session

Following the release of gender pay data from broadcasters, a panel including Jane Corbin, Rt Hon Harriet Harman MP, Sian Kevill, Charlotte Sweeney OBE and Jane Martinson discussed the topic of pay differences received by men and women in television and what needs should and can be done to tackle the issue at RTS event Mind the Gap: Closing the Gender Pay Gap in Television.

Click here to read the event report, or to watch highlights of the event.

In Conversation with Matt Brittin | Full session

Watch the full session of Matt Brittin, President of EMEA Business & Operations, Google in conversation with journalist Kate Bulkley at the sold out RTS evening event. Brittin talks about his Google's place in the TV industry, touching on subjects such as fake news, British original content and the development of YouTube Red.

Read the event report and watch the highlights video here

The Great History Debate | Full video

British television makes great history programmes – but not enough of them, claimed the experts at a lively RTS early evening event chaired by Sir Tony Robinson in early October.

Joining Tony on the panel were:

Leanne Klein, Chief Executive Officer, Wall to Wall
Suzannah Lipscomb, Historian/Presenter
Tom McDonald, Head of Natural History and Specialist Factual Commissioning, BBC
David Olusoga, Historian/Presenter

Video: Seizing The Opportunity

Reflecting on the discussion and debate of the RTS Cambridge Convention 2017, some of the leading figures in the industry share what they have learned and how their organisations will flourish in the future world.


Tim Hincks, Co-CEO, Expectation Entertainment


David Abraham, Chief Executive, Channel 4

Damian Collins MP, Chairman, Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee

Mai Fyfield, Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer, Sky

Tom Mockridge, Chief Executive, Virgin Media

Video: Talent – How To Find It, Nurture It, Pay For It and Keep It

Finding and keeping the best talent is the key to commercial success – whether it’s the face of your channel, or the personalities who anchor your entertainment formats.  But it’s a tricky balancing act. Agreeing the right deal, keeping your existing talent happy and preventing your rivals from poaching them is enough to keep broadcast execs awake at night.  A panel of experts take a look at navigating the talent jungle. 
Chaired by Heather Jones, General Manager UK / Senior VP of Content & Creative, A+E Networks, the panel features: