Broadcast Education and Training in the UK
The page for all who want to learn about Broadcast
This is the page for broadcast education and training in the UK, whether you are a student entering the broadcast industry straight from university, a school leaver wanting to learn more about the broadcast industry, or a mature student looking for a career change. We want to dedicate this page and the articles it contains to you. We also want this page to be a resource for seasoned professionals that they can dip into and find out about the latest trends and technologies in our industry.
As with any endeavour to educate, we will be calling on experts in broadcast to provide content that will be invaluable to our readers.
To achieve our goal of creating a comprehensive source of broadcast industry information, we will draw on our network of experienced professionals and leaders in the broadcast industry. We hope you enjoy learning and building your careers and that we can help in some small way.
We will be covering all the major disciplines in the broadcast industry, including virtual production, the use of AI and virtual reality, and the use of products like UnrealEngine. We will also focus on more traditional disciplines like cinematography and broadcast engineering as well as the new disruptive technologies that are changing the industry.
There are several disruptive technologies that are transforming the broadcast industry that you might consider training for. Some examples include 1. OTT (over-the-top) platforms: These are online platforms that allow users to stream video content over the internet, bypassing traditional cable or satellite television. 2. Cloud-based video production: With the advent of cloud computing, it is now possible to produce and edit video remotely, using cloud-based software and storage. 3. Virtual and augmented reality: These technologies are beginning to be used in the broadcast industry for a variety of purposes, including immersive news reporting and virtual sports events. 4. Artificial intelligence and machine learning: These technologies are being used to automate tasks such as content recommendation and moderation and to analyse viewer data to optimise content and advertising. 5. 5G networks: The rollout of 5G networks is expected to enable higher-quality video streaming as well as new applications such as live-streamed virtual reality events. Training in these technologies will likely involve a combination of technical courses as well as courses in business strategy and media management. We will be looking at courses in these fields and providing information and links for you to browse and evaluate.
Click the link below to find some excellent resources for those who want to learn about the broadcast industry in the UK.
Broadcast training and education News UK
Thankfully, virtual production companies are partnering with universities and colleges to offer excellent practical training to fill those much-needed vacancies in virtual production. Other companies, like Mo-Sys, are setting up their own academies to train the future leaders of their own companies.
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BIMM Institute Dublin is excited to announce the fourth RT 2FM Music and Audio Production Scholarship. This scholarship is part of BIMM's commitment to continue supporting and shaping the Irish music scene through market-leading courses, unrivalled connections, and...