The Royal Television Society is offering 20 bursaries to students studying Television Production and Broadcast Journalism courses at accredited universities. A further five technology bursaries are available to Computing and Engineering students.
This unique opportunity helped guests kickstart their career in telly and meet bosses from some of the biggest names in television.
If you couldn't make the event, or you want to relive it, this video includes the highlights of everything you missed.
How do you come up with an idea that makes a hit TV show? Don’t miss this unique opportunity to explore the world of TV development, meet the people behind some of Britain’s best programmes, and learn practical skills for a your first job creating the TV of tomorrow.
Next week we're holding our second Entry Level Training Fair, where employers from across the television industry will be on hand to discuss training and job options.
Ahead of the unique event, Rhys Cartwright, kit room assistant and driver at Pro Motion Manchester, told us how he got his current job thanks to last year's fair:
KICKSTART 2016 BY GETTING YOUR FIRST JOB IN TELEVISION!
Are you ready to take your first steps in the TV Industry? Want to meet some of the most influential TV Industry people to help you make your dreams come true?
RTS Futures is offering you an exclusive opportunity to get your foot in the door by meeting some of the decision makers who can help you break into the TV Industry.
RTS Futures turned the spotlight on TV's diversity – or lack of it – at its final event of the year where a panel of young Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) talent revealed their struggles and triumphs in the industry.
The panel was drawn from Broadcast's 26 BAME Hot Shots of 2015, which the magazine announced in August.
The sell-out event was chaired by Jasmine Dotiwala, who recalled a Daily Mirror story that said: "a black man is more likely to score for England than to host a primetime TV show".
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