Posts Tagged ‘Broadcast’

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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How to be a successful TV freelancer?  

Our broadcast recruitment team is always on the lookout for skilled freelancers / temporary workers as the number of jobs in the TV industry shows no sign of diminishing. Job roles can vary in this industry and include positions in creative services, TV operations, administration/ PA support, bookings, business affairs, editorial & subtitling, licensing, compliance, [Read More]

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Meet Bobby : Affiliate Sales Manager TV Industry

This week we interview an Affiliate Sales Manager in the broadcast sector. Bobby is responsible for the development of international new business opportunities for an International Entertainment Network of digital television channels within the Satellite, Cable, IPTV, Closed Network and Mobile industries, with particular emphasis on pan-European and African linear carriage  Why is your role [Read More]

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Salary changes in the Broadcast landscape

  Salary changes in the Broadcast Landscape  by Tracey Newton A recent review of pay structure within the TV industry over the past 2 years, showed a steady increase in salaries for operational roles, particularly for Presentation Schedulers. The demand for skilled schedulers has increased  as people who have worked as schedulers move onto programming planning or [Read More]

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What’s driving the job seeker?

Overall the recruitment market seems to suggest that career progression is more important than a pay rise when motivating a broad number of candidates who are looking for new roles. Webrecruit recently completed a study of 987 applicants which showed that 38% of candidates consider career progression to be the most important factor when applying [Read More]

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Future growth

 What 2012 will bring in terms of job confidence is uncertain but is certain is that next year ain’t going to be easy times for some industry sectors. Businesses are constantly looking to review and revalue their assets including their employees to ensure that they are getting the most value for their business. There are [Read More]

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