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TVFutures : Bouncing Back
Jane Lawrance When I arrived at the University of Portsmouth three years ago, I would never have thought in my wildest dreams I would end up where I am now. My time at university has been eye opening, informative and fun. Of all the lessons I have learned in the past three years, resilience is the one that has taught me the most. Starting out in the television industry is hard. Like many others, I’ve applied for graduate job after graduate job and been pipped to the post and rejected many times. I have also started projects and been faced with a variety of unexpected setbacks. Yet, my drive to enter this industry remains just as strong because bouncing back is the joy of resilience.
Tags: iss131 | portsmouth uni | graduate | job | Jane Lawrance
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TV Futures, Tales on Location
Georgia Thirtle If I think back to last May, I was just finishing my second year at the University of Portsmouth, studying Television and Broadcasting, and winding down for the summer. Then out of the blue I got a message from my course leader, saying I might be getting a call from someone who was a location manager working for Raider productions, you know, the production company behind the upcoming Tomb Raider film, I mean, what!?
Tags: iss130 | portsmouth university | tomb raider | cci tv | ccitv | Georgia Thirtle
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Managing Talent
Nicole Inanc Presenting for television is a talent that is critically competitive. Budding presenters around the world produce showreels, attend acting schools and fight to be the next Ant and Dec¦ but what is it exactly that makes a successful television presenter? As a wannabe TV presenter myself, I wanted to explore the exact process talent managers follow when finding the next big thing and whether I have exactly what it takes.
Tags: iss128 | portsmouth university | education | bsc | ccitv | Nicole Inanc
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Being a Content Creator
Josh Round When I began the Television and Broadcasting course at the University of Portsmouth, I had my mind dead-set on what I wanted to do in the world of television. More than anything, I wanted to work for Children's BBC, ideally as a presenter, and as I come towards the end of my second year, I am still very much in pursuit of this dream.
Tags: iss123 | citv | portsmouth uni | student | Josh Round
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The Future of Bournemouth Air Festival
Georgia Tolley For the past two years I have had the opportunity to present live at the Bournemouth Air Festival (BAF), which, as a Television & Broadcasting student from the University of Portsmouth, was a fantastic way to see first-hand how an outside broadcast works...whilst getting paid!
Tags: iss122 | portsmouth uni | citv | baf | bournemouth air festival | Georgia Tolley
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Outside the fixed curriculum
Emma Benson If you're wondering whether or not to do some extracurricular work outside of your timetabled course, the answer should always be yes. The more you further your experience and skills the brighter your future will look
Tags: iss121 | citv | portsmouth university | student | Emma Benson
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TVFutures - The Battle of the Flowers
Alex Watson Studying on the BSc Television and Broadcasting course at the University of Portsmouth had given me some experience working as a camera operator, but this summer I had the chance to put what I'd learned over the last two years into practice.
Tags: iss118 | cci-tv | portsmouth university | tvfutures | student | Alex Watson
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Seeing things with a 360 viewpoint
Michael Parsons One of the benefits of working in teaching support is you often get opportunities to explore and experiment with lots of new kit that has been purchased for teaching or research. I have spent the past couple of years supporting the activities that take place within the Creative and Cultural Industries TV Studios (CCI TV for short) at the University of Portsmouth, and I assist in all kinds of areas such as live video production, video editing and outside broadcasting. Aside from sharpening my own skills I also get to help others learn and develop as well.
Tags: iss115 | tvfutures | portsmouth uni | ccitv | 360 | vr | Michael Parsons
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Dylan Ellcome Dylan Ellcome gives you his student experience this month
Tags: iss096 | dylan ellcome | cci tv | portsmouth university | student | creative and cultural industries | televesion broadcasting | Dylan Ellcome
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Simon Bull Since introducing myself to Kitplus readers inthe tv-bay Magazine back in September its fairto say that now, things are in full swing.
Tags: iss095 | TVFUTURES | simon bull | portsmouth university | cci tv | creative and cultural industries | Simon Bull
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Raechelle Jackson CCI Manager, Raechelle Jackson talks about her new role on the student TV chanel and the pressures of her third year at Portsmouth Uni
Tags: iss094 | #TVFutures | Education | Portsmouth University | CCI | Raechelle Jackson
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N/A Meet the four third year Portsmouth Uni students who will be managing the Creative and Cultural Industries TV channel
Tags: iss093 | #TvFutures | Education | Portsmouth Uni | CCI | Raechelle Jackson | Dylan Ellcome | Callum OLeary | Simon Bull | N/A
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Making the invisible visible
Charlie Watts The new University of Portsmouth CCI TV studio
Tags: iss092 | Education | Portsmouth University | Charlie Watts
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