Bectu launched its draft code of practice for employers in factual TV at its Freelancer’s Fair yesterday, despite failing to get buy-in from the independent production community.
The National Film and Television School has kicked off the recruitment process for young people to join its 10-month media course.
Bectu’s annual freelancer fair is to focus on the issue of bullying in the TV industry.
A group of programme makers, including the lead director of Newsnight, have joined forces to lobby for a better standard of training in the industry.
High end TV, animation and film productions using tax breaks will be levied 0.5% of their core UK expenditure to address skills shortages.