Archive for March, 2012

Interview of the week : Head of Scheduling and Programme Planning

    This week we have chosen to feature Adam Russell : Head of Scheduling and Digital at a London based TV broadcaster and content provider . Alfra TV setup TV channels worldwide and give customers a platform to distribute their content via digital networks. My career background is in presentation scheduling and programme planning working […]

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New apprenticeship scheme will create up to 300 creative jobs

100 of the country’s top creative businesses have pledged to take on new apprentices as part of a new scheme. The Creative Pioneers Challenge, which was set up by the The Institute of Practitioners in Advertising (IPA), will eventually create up to 300 jobs in top companies like ITV, Facebook, Twitter and Spotify. Those who successfully obtain […]

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Government should subsidise job shares, says Sir Richard Branson

The government should subsidise job sharing in order to help lower unemployment, Sir Richard Branson has claimed. The Virgin Media tycoon believes employers would be keen to allow employees replace full-time jobs with two part-time ones as long as it didn’t cost them more cash, which it generally does at the moment.  In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, he claimed […]

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Interview preparation

Interview Preparation Thinking about the actual interview and preparing for the questions you may be asked can be quite daunting  if you haven’t had lots of experience  in this or you feel your experience is a bit rusty . Good preparation and planning will make the difference between and good  interview and an excellent interview […]

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Dale Farm broadcaster appeal to have “significant implications”

The ramifications of an upcoming legal appeal are likely to be serious for the broadcast industry, according to a National Union of Journalists (NUJ) representative. Michelle Stainstreet, general secretary of the union, claimed broadcasters have been hounded for their footage of the Dale Farm eviction from 2011 and are set to appeal a Crown Court […]

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