The Royal Television Society’s event for people wanting to start a career in TV, the RTS Futures TV Careers Fair, returns next month and will this year be in partnership with Edinburgh International Television Festival Talent Schemes, National Film And Television School, and Sky One.

The event, held on Tuesday 6 February at London’s Business Design Centre, has a programme of expert speakers. There’s also careers advice, practical workshops and a CV clinic.

Exhibitors include: BBC Academy, BECTU, Channel 4, Creative Access, Creative Skillset, DiVA Apprenticeships, DV Talent & Talent Manager, Edinburgh International Television festival, Endemol Shine UK, Envy Post Production, FremantleMedia UK, IMG Studios, ITV, ITN, Lime Pictures, Little Dot Studios, Mama Youth, Media Trust, Milk Visual Effects, National Film and Television School, NextGen Futures, Presenter Promotions, RDF Television Group, Sara Putt Associates, Searchlight Recruitment, Shooting Partners, Sky, Sony, Studio Lambert, Timeline TV, UKTV, Viacom and Warner Brothers TV Productions UK

“Getting into TV can be challenging. The RTS Futures TV Careers Fair helps make pivotal connections between talented candidates from all backgrounds across the UK and great employers. It also provides valuable information about the companies that take on trainees, apprentices and interns,” said Alex Wootten, Chair of the RTS Futures committee. “Building on the success of the event over the last three years, the 2018 Fair will be even bigger. Our programme of expert speakers and workshops will be incredibly helpful for those looking to take their first step into the world of television, offering everything from interview masterclasses and CV clinics, to presentations on how to get into the different areas of TV alongside talks from leading TV presenters: you’ll hear from the most influential creatives in the business!”

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