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Blind Interviews

Blind Interviews and Artifical Intelligence Blind hiring is a growing concept. Most commonly used at graduate level hiring but has become more and more widespread with major brands using AI to help them in their hiring process. What is Blind Hiring? Blind Hiring was developed to help eliminate instances of possible discrimination based on race, sex, [Read More]

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POST PRODUCTION – a Post Producer Career

We frequently take Creative Services & Post Production briefs at Boyce Recruitment , and frequently get asked what Post Producers do in different companies and so we decided to explain what criteria we use when shortlisting candidates for these roles.     What does a typical day involve for a Post Producer ? A Post Producer, [Read More]

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Posted in: Tips from the Team Broadcast & Media Post production

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Media Planning: What’s it all about?

The role of a Media Planner  ( also sometimes known as brand planner, strategist, communication planner). The increase in demand for skilled media planners in the broadcast industry has been noticeable within our client base, so this week we have chosen to discuss the role of a media planner. Media planners play an all important [Read More]

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So you want to work in Post-Production?

As the post-production industry progresses, so does the types of university courses available for students looking to get into the post sector. With more and more “Creative Media” and “Video Editing” degrees popping up across the UK, it seems that students graduate with excellent editing and motion graphics skills, but no hands on experience in [Read More]

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Recruitment Trends from the Media team

We have seen an increasing demand for temporary workers within content operations/traffic/post producers and schedulers.   This may be due to companies migrating systems from one CMS to another, or migrating channels to new playout facilities, the need for temps has been in much greater demand than we have seen in permanent roles of late and we [Read More]

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Sector News: Broadcast & Media Recruitment

2017 hiring started well on the temporary/contract side across the broadcast and media recruitment industry for Content Operations, Scheduling and On-Air.  There has been lots of restructuring within the industry which has seen a higher demand in temps within these areas. There has been a slight increase in permanent recruitment since March which has been [Read More]

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Artificial Intelligence vs Emotional Intelligence OR Why recruitment agencies are still needed

These days, if there is one thing that keeps coming up everywhere it is… the booming artificial intelligence movement, aka AI (of course, aside from the recent political scandals!). As any new big thing, this is creating controversy amongst our societies, and mainly between the younger and the older generations. What is AI? It basically [Read More]

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Top CV tip for applying for a job in Analytics.

Getting the content of your cv right is so important when applying for jobs in Data Analytics. The roles we cover in this area include forecasting, statistical analysis, marketing analytics & optimisation, data science, web analytics and data management. We work with a variety of companies (large and small) and they all ask for the [Read More]

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