Figures show that men’s viewing choices are still dominated by war, cars and football. A panel at the Edinburgh TV Festival discussed whether tastes are changing.
Creative Access has been organising internships for young BAME talent for the past three years. Former trainees and their employers tell Ann-Marie Corvin what it has done for them
Producer/director Sreya Biswas is one of 19 delegates selected by Creative Skillset for training to become a series producer. Here she finds out what it takes to make the grade
Securing investment and building a business aren’t skills that always come naturally to creatives. Advisers and indie founders offer Donna Taberer their tips for success
From organisational ability to being a team player, five top TV execs tell Beejal-Maya Patel what skills and SP needs to succeed.
What are the skills needed to discover, format and market globe-trotting brands? Linda Green asks five creatives working in areas across the industry
BBC Academy head of future skills and events Gurdip Bhangoo looks at how the broadcast industry is finding new ways to deliver training and career development online
With inexperienced production crew increasingly being asked to record audio, how do you ensure the sound delivered to the edit is as good as it can be? BBC Academy’s Paul Buller asks the experts
BBC Academy executive producer Lucy Hooper asks five programme-makers how they cast their shows and deal with sensitive subjects and vulnerable people
Off the back of National Apprenticeship Week, BBC Academy head of new talent Claire Paul speaks to people involved in three of the best schemes currently available
Louise Blyth of the BBC Academy asks industry leaders how broadcasters can use online content to drive audience growth
Lucy Hooper asks five experts for their tips on reaching the next rung on the ladder
BBC Creative Leadership Programme trainer and producer Yasmin Khan reveals top tips from a range of industry experts
BBC Academy college of technology’s Andy Wilson outlines how producers can comply with AS-11
BBC Academy’s Paul Buller talks to three microvideo producers.
Health and safety training is becoming easier thanks to shorter courses and more online options
The right programme name can make all the difference when it comes to standing out from the crowd
Working on a live broadcast is one of the most exhilarating and terrifying jobs in TV
Unlocking the potential of mobiles for TV
What it takes to be a success in the role
Lucy Hooper examines the career options for freelancers
Paul Buller talks to three top engineers about the new loudness recommendations
Lucy Hooper talks to producers and presenters on how to get the best from the ‘turn’
Programme-makers and commissioners reveal to Lucy Hooper their key ingredients for a standout promo
Former trainees discuss how the BBC’s production apprenticeships helped them
Outdoor events such as Glastonbury are now highlights of the summer but how do you ensure your team stays safe?
In the high-pressure world of broadcasting, stress is a common problem. Elaine Wilson and Leni Morris of the BBC Academy speak to senior TV execs about how they cope with it
In the modern media industry, where introductions are casual and networking is the name of the game, how you are perceived by others can have a tangible effect on your career.
Five leading figures in TV and radio recruitment offer their tips and advice for taking that all important first or next step onto the ladder
Four experienced film-makers tell Paul Buller how to stay safe in a hostile environment
BBC Academy’s Louise Blythe asks top creatives and executives about how to get comedy ideas noticed and commissioned
Natasha Maw of the BBC Academy asks five of the UK’s most prolific media networkers how they make friends and influence people
Frank Ash of the BBC Academy asked four leading programme-makers to explain how they created some of the biggest shows on TV
BBC Academy’s Linda Green asks five of the UK’s best-known creative leaders how they led creative change in their industries
Hilary Rosen of the BBC Academy finds out which pitching teams are catching the eye of commissioners and controllers, and asks what makes them take notice of an idea.
Have you made factual programmes? Are you interested in making drama? Hazel Marshall asks four Bafta winners about the storytelling and craft skills needed to work across both areas.
Four professionals give the BBC Academy’s Paul Buller their tips for keeping down the cost of production without sacrificing quality.