Works on a production or at a company and does basic tasks which range from getting teas, collecting contributors or carrying tapes.
Read about Tayo Yusaff, Runner, Talkback Thames. Attended The Network in 2007
Responsible for working with the director to cut all the footage together and add effects to create the final outcome.
May find participants for a reality TV show or research information for a documentary, or check historical detail for a period drama.
Read more about Mawaan Rizwan, Presenter/Researcher, RAW TV. Attended The Network in 2010
4. CAMERA OPERATOR
Operates cameras onoutside-broadcasts (OB) and studio-based programmes to ensure that the director gets the images needed for the final edit.
5. ASSISTANT PRODUCER
Works with the director, producer and researchers to create content and also performs an administrative role requiring excellent organisation skills.
Read more about Alex Harris, Assistant Producer, CBeebies Radio. Attended The Network in 2011
6. SCRIPT EDITOR
The script editor develops storylines and series ideas with the writers and gives feedback on each draft of the script to ensure continuity and suitability
Responsible for the way films or TV programmes are made. They use their creative vision to manage the production process alongside the producer.
8. BROADCAST JOURNALIST
Responsible for generating and assessing ideas, researching background data and presentgn items to key decision makers such as editors and commissioners.
Coordinates all the resources needed and manages the production process from start to finish.
10. EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Overseas projects at various stages of production, giving feedback and constructive cricism to the director and producer. The Executive Producer is involved from the very early stages of the project and ensures that the finished product is in line with the vision of the commissioner.
So if you want to work in TV, get applying to The Network! Applications close 22nd April.