Calling all budding journalists: The BBC is looking for young reporters

If you’re looking to launch your career in journalism, look no further because the BBC is looking for young reporters to join their team.

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Scotland’s biggest TV show is looking for trainees

Calling all Outlander fans! The hit Scottish TV show has opened its applications for traineeships beginning in December this year.

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Calling all young journalists: Empire magazine wants you

The editor-in-chief of film and entertainment magazine, Empire, has put a call-out on Twitter for budding young journalists to sign up for a mentorship scheme, in order to gain work experience.

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BBC Radio 1 star Chris Stark on breaking into the media

Life isn’t like Anchorman (unfortunately) but getting into the media doesn’t have to be a funny one-liner.

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Careers in the media

The media industry is a fast-paced, ever-moving place to work, with a diverse range of roles available across film, TV, newspapers, magazines, websites, radio and beyond! We caught up with a few people making their mark in the media to find out what their job is really like. The magazine editor – Lindsay Cochrane The editorial assistant – Laura Donaldson The producer and presenter – Rachael Fulton Check back for updates later this week!

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CELEB GRAD: Clara Amfo

The Radio 1Xtra host and new presenter of Radio 1’s Official Chart shares her memories of her time at St Mary’s University, Twickenham Why did you choose to study at St Mary’s University? Because it was local! And I really liked the look of the course too – I studied media. It was a great place to study – nice and local, so I didn’t have to trek for ages to go and learn, I could just hop on the train and in 20 minutes I was there. Why did you study media? I have always been a media obsessive.…

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Lights, Camera, Action!

From the X Factor to Homeland, Corrie to The Apprentice, we just can’t get enough of great TV. But who are the people who make it happen? The telly industry is made up of dozens of different roles – too many to even begin to talk about – and employs over 50,000 people right across the UK. We caught up with three people who help get our favourite shows on the air… ON THE SET… Andrew Lanni is 23 and originally from Orkney. He works as a floor runner on the BBC’s Waterloo Road in Glasgow. What does a runner…

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