Reality shows are the juggernauts of today’s TV schedules, think Love Island, The Only Way is Essex, First Dates, Geordie Shore, and I’m a Celebrity. These productions dominate conversation both on and off the screen, and they employ hundreds. So could reality be where you get your big break?
The awards recognise outstanding work produced by undergraduate and postgraduate students during the 2014/15 academic year.
Comedian Mark Dolan hosted the event which welcomed over 250 students from around the country.
The Student Television Awards 2016 were chaired by Sky Arts Director Phil Edgar-Jones and celebrate the best in student television.
The Undergraduate and Postgraduate Awards are judged in six categories – Animation, Comedy & Entertainment, Drama, Factual, News and Open.
From YouTube to Channel 4, Snapchat to BBC Three, the revolution is happening and you can be a part of it!
RTS Futures is hosting a unique event where we invite you to learn from some of the greatest short-form pioneers.
An esteemed panel of industry leaders is ready to share their advice, trends and insights. Topics include how to create a career online, what short videos gets commissioned and what the future holds for emerging creative talent.
As leader of one of the world’s largest media and entertainment companies, Burke will share his views on global media trends, how NBCUniversal is capitalising on shifts in consumer, technological and market dynamics, and his expectations for the future.
How do you craft an impactful CV and be in with a chance of getting that key interview?
Join RTS Futures for an exclusive workshop to help you get a step closer to securing a job in TV.
Jude Winstanley, experienced production manager and founder of recruitment and career development website The Unit List will provide you with skills to help you overcome the first hurdles in your job search:
· What does a great CV look like?
· Where do you look for work?
· How do you approach TV hirers?
This is your chance to meet the NHU face to face; view excerpts from and discuss their latest visual feast, 'Life in the Air'; and find out more about wildlife film-making by putting questions to some of their most experienced producers on anything from innovative shooting techniques and specialist equipment to their approach to ethical issues and social media.
YouTube and Facebook, which between them boast 19 billion daily views worldwide, offer huge online platforms to video content producers but television is also entering the market.
Sky’s new TV service Sky Q includes an online video section, bringing together content from many digital creators, including Barcroft Media, Red Bull Media House and GoPro. And youth brand Vice recently announced that its first European linear TV channel, Viceland, would launch in September.