Toby Meredith, Media Productions Manager for the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, was invited a BAFTA event promoting sustainable film and TV practices and engaged with broadcasters and production companies.
The University of Portsmouth will be showcasing its research in popular culture, robots and state-of-the-art technology at this year’s Portsmouth Comic Con, returning for the second time to Portsmouth Guildhall.
The Royal Television Society (RTS), Britain’s leading forum for television and related media, has opened entries for the RTS Student Television Awards 2018.
Professor Joan Farrer, Associate Dean (Enterprise & Innovation) of the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, was interviewed by That’s Solent TV on 4th August about the new project PONToon.
Two BA (Hons) Film Production students from the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries have spent their summers in Portsmouth working on a variety of professional film projects.
The Royal Television Society has launched its Undergraduate Bursary Schemes for 2017,. The RTS is offering 20 bursaries to students studying accredited TV Production and Broadcast Journalism degree courses and a further five technology bursaries for students studying Computing and Engineering, and investing over £75,000 to support UK students from lower income backgrounds.
Third year BSc (Hons) Television and Broadcasting student, Jianwen Kou (Coco), has produced a 20-minute television show for her final year project featuring fellow student Ruoyi Wang.
On Wednesday 20th January the University of Portsmouth‘s White Swan Building celebrated its opening-night with a collection of drama and musical performances, singing and filming demonstrations from both students and staff introducing the new and improved facilities.