About TV and Radio

If you are enthusiastic, creative, flexible, a good people person and continually able to come up with fresh ideas and stories then a career in the TV and radio sector may be for you.

To succeed you will need a lot of energy and tenacity as it will require long hours and hard work but it can be a very rewarding industry and remains true that the excitement and interest of working in TV and radio is seldom matched elsewhere, so if you remain open and flexible and have drive, determination and enthusiasm it is possible to sustain a long-term career in the industry.

Take a look at the range of job roles in the industry to see if there is anything that interests you!

Did You Know?
You could earn £70,000 per minute (...for the UK economy, as part of our £36 billion creative industry)

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Get Started with Film - 5 day programme
Are you 16-25? Want to work in the Film industry? Signature Pictures is a social enterprise production company, providing training and work experience opportunities to unemployed young people in every department of its film productions.
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Norwich Anime & Gaming Con - Event Volunteer Norwich
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Volunteers wanted to crew for two days during NORWICH ANIME & GAMING CON this 10-11 August - Full references provided for future employment prospects
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Career Pathways
Making decisions about your future can be daunting. With so many options and so much information, the process of choosing your next move can be more than a little confusing. Perhaps you’d like to study a vocational course at college. Maybe you’d like to find o...
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BBC Young Reporter
As part of BBC Young Reporter, the BBC is launching a competition for 11-18 year olds to win the chance to tell the world their stories. The competition is supported by a star-studded line up including Huw Edwards, Alex Jones, Tina Daheley, Ricky Boleto and St...
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BFI FILM ACADEMY- IPSWICH / NORWICH
Applications for the 2018 & 2019 courses in Ipswich and Norwich are open now.
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Last Jedi Visual Effects
Visual effects behind the film Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Thinking about a career in visual effects?
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