Since its inception ASPEC has been responsible for a number of notable achievements gained through professional discussion and negotiation. ASPEC also provides industry representation to a broad range of committees and steering groups.
I run four and five day intensive residential courses on the role of the Continuity Supervisor in film and television and the work of the Production Assistant in the control room of a television studio.
Since 1989, BAFTA has continued to specifically champion the film, television and video game industries in Scotland by celebrating excellence, championing new Scottish talent and reaching out to the public.
The College of Production provides practical advice on all aspects of working in television, radio and online broadcast. This website is for everyone who wants to get into, get better and go further in their broadcast career.
The ‘new look’ Trainee Finder is a change in direction from its original form. Switching focus to fewer trainees, the relaunch aims to provide a better quality of training, pastoral care and succession planning to the next generation of High End TV profes
What do you get when seven writers collaborate to write three scripts, with the writers pairing up and each doing a pass on the scripts? The birth of a new situation comedy called Generation Lost. Grand Scheme Media, Hat Trick Productions and Creative Ski
Successful young people working in the TV industry shared their experience of getting into and staying in the industry at the RTS Futures' Ultimate TV Careers Fair on 1 February in London. One of the hot topics under discussion was whether it is now more
Amy hit a bit of a dry writing spell and at that time saw an advert for thinkBIGGER!'s Writers’ Cramp. She'd always been interested in making the transition from theatre to screen and this was the perfect opportunity to do this. Amy tells us her story...