Wednesday, 24 March 2010
Web Developer, Online Media Group
Knowledge & Experience
Planning and Organising
Wednesday, 10 March 2010
Another industry I would like to get into is the radio sector. Radio has been around for years and there are many different stations which are available to listeners now, many of them range from small companies to major stations. There are so many different companies that I’ve named just a few, these are some of the well known stations:
The photography industry is another career I’m thinking closely at pursuing, mainly due to the sheer excitement of taking pictures. Photography has been a pivotal part of history and has been used in major historic events and tragedies such as the world wars and these pictures stand out as iconic images when there placed in the public view. There are some major photography studios which are based all around the
Friday, 5 March 2010
The TV industry has a variety of different jobs which start from small jobs such as camera assistant to the main roles such as camera department, there a number of other roles which are assosiated with the broadcasting side these include, production, lighting, sound and studio broadcast technology. Alot of the major companies such as BBC and ITV have people who work in these areas for major television programmes and events which happen throughout the years. To get into the TV industry you have to be able to be able to be calm in what your doing because it can be a very stressful job, and also to be communicative to people as you have to be able to talk to people and ask what they need and how they want the job to be done. I'm interested in this industry because i like the range of areas in the television business, the main area i would like to get involved in is the camera operations side because its the excitement of being able to produce first class footage for major events.
Wednesday, 3 March 2010
- Mercury FM
- Absolute Radio
- Heart FM
- Capital FM
There are a number of various jobs in the radio industry which can lead into future jobs these include freelance broadcast journalists, DJ, programme controller, producer, Station producer these jobs can lead onto each other by the way i've shown above, freelancers being the very 1st job and going all the way up to being a station producer.
Having knowledge of this area is important and no qualifications are needed for the jobs involved in radio.
Work experience in the radio industry can be found mostly through the radio stations that produce the shows, also internet sites are used to post jobs that can be applyied for. Alot of radio companies such as BBC Radio 1 advertise links on the website, they ask that people who apply are over 18 with some previous experience or knowledge of the field.