Channel 4's ambition is to be the most Creatively Diverse broadcaster in Europe. The main funding vehicle is the Alpha Fund, which can assist start-ups, regionally-based companies, projects with diverse talent attached and grassroots innovation.
ChEFF represents the views of the UK TV facilities industry on engineering and operational matters. It provides a focal point for dialogue with the broadcasters, standards bodies, manufacturers, equipment suppliers and between its own member companies.
Charity of the UK film, cinema and commercial television industries, including all aspects of production, distribution and exhibition. The John Brabourne Awards help disadvantaged professionals to establish and improve their careers
City Eye exists to inspire and promote film and video culture. Based in Southampton, we are here to support the community, arts organisations, individuals, emerging talent and established talent in the achievement of filmmaking goals.
Enables underrepresented groups to learn programming in a safe and collaborative environment and expand their career opportunities through running free weekly workshops, events and provide opportunities that make technology and coding more accessible.
Born in 2004, Community is a diverse union that proves that we are ‘Stronger Together'. Uniting workers across Britain, Community works to improve and protect the pay and working conditions of all members.
The Community Channel is dedicated to highlighting issues from both local and international communities as well as the voluntary and charitable sectors. On the site you can find information on jobs as well as volunteering opportunities.
Creative Skillset and Hiive are working together with a number of community partners to broaden and improve diversity across the Creative Industries. Through tailored recruitment events, Career Kickstarter connects employers with employment-ready talent.