BPTW 2017

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    News

    A+E tops Broadcast's Best Places to Work list

    2018-01-29T13:13:00Z

    Lookout Point and Youngest Media also score highly in annual survey

  • Knickerbockerglory TV
    News

    Search on for Best Places to Work in TV

    2017-06-30T09:31:00Z

    Enter your business

  • The Man in the High Castle
    Features

    Big Light Productions

    2017-01-26T11:06:00Z

    “We celebrate their success by telling them as much as possible, rewarding them financially, and opening them up to more challenging opportunities. Cake also helps.”

  • World of Weird
    Features

    Lion Television

    2017-01-26T11:04:00Z

    “We really want people to feel that they are Lion alumni and to retain some affection for, and loyalty to, the company.”

  • Teen Mom UK
    Features

    True North

    2017-01-26T11:02:00Z

    “When we’ve had a success, we analyse it and build on it and make sure that everyone knows that part of our creative approach is down to a particular person or team.”

  • Whisper
    Features

    Whisper Films

    2017-01-26T11:01:00Z

    “The most important thing for us is constant and constructive feedback. That allow members of our production teams to “

  • Cold Feet
    Features

    Big Talk Productions

    2017-01-26T11:01:00Z

    “We offer staff sabbatical opportunities to work in different aspects of production elsewhere in the ITV group.”

  • Savage Kingdom
    Features

    Icon Films

    2017-01-26T10:59:00Z

    “Our annual work experience programme, in collaboration with local organisations in Bristol, allows us to spot emerging talent.”

  • The Story Of Cats
    Features

    Plimsoll Productions

    2017-01-26T10:58:00Z

    “We support young people starting out in the industry by giving opportunities to people in entry roles if they show an interest and aptitude for research or production co-ordination.”

  • Love It Or List It
    Features

    Raise the Roof Productions

    2017-01-26T10:57:00Z

    “We’ve funded an executive producer that we really believed in to work alongside an established executive producer to secure a primetime Channel 4 credit.”