Discover the world of live TV, broadcast and post production.
Want to know how to make your own videos? Know what career options are out there in the world of TV and film?
For the last 5 years, Roundhouse has worked with the support and expertise of global media company Bloomberg to kickstart the careers of young broadcasters, editors and more. Previous participants have gone on to roles at leading networks (including BBC, Channel 4 & MTV), in-house production teams for leading cultural organisations (such as Natural History Museum and the Roundhouse) and creative agencies (like Mother London).
Now it’s your turn. From masterclasses and workshops covering software and practical skills to networking and panel events to meet industry experts, we’ll help you shape your next steps in media.
Bloomberg Broadcast Intensive Programme:
A 7 week fast track course giving 18-25 year olds who aren’t employed, in training or education the skills they need to progress in the industry.
Summer 2017 Intake – Application deadline: Wednesday 28 June
Bloomberg Broadcast Masterclasses:
Practical, hands-on masterclasses led by industry professionals allowing participants to explore areas of live TV, broadcast and post production in more detail.
- Documentary Making Masterclass – Tuesday 9 May 2017
- Journalism for Film Masterclass – Tuesday 6 June 2017
Bloomberg Broadcast Networking Sessions:
Industry experts discuss various industry based challenges followed by networking opportunities.
More Bloomberg Broadcast Networking Sessions to be announced in the Autumn
Bloomberg Broadcast Introductions:
Training in two day blocks introducing 18-25 year-olds to post production and live broadcast. Ideal for those who wish to apply for the Intensive Programme but lack experience.
More Bloomberg Broadcast Introductions to be announced in the Autumn
Bloomberg Broadcast Programme Tasters:
Opportunities to talk to Programme tutors and past project participants and find out more about the opportunities available in relaxed taster evenings.
Summer Taster Session – 20 June 2017
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