Media Parents is working with the BBC who are kindly hosting an evening of networking and discussion on how TV can work more flexibly, at Salford’s MediaCity on November 13th.
Media Parents will be hosting with BBC Manchester, and will be joined by Talent Execs, Managers and MDs from the BBC, ITV North, Title Role, Blakeway North, True North Productions and Nine Lives amongst other indies. The evening will include a brief discussion on flexible working in TV production, followed by an opportunity to network with local TV production freelancers, broadcasters and Indies.
Who’s coming so far? From the BBC – Daniell Morrisey, Victoria Roye, Paula Stringer, Jackie Barnett, Luke Frost, Victoria Goodwin, Helen Tonge from Title Role, Carol McKenzie from True North, Maire Tracey from Blakeway North,
Cat Lewis from Nine Lives and Katharine Oates from ITV North amongst others.
A quick reminder of the details:
Can TV Work More Flexibly in Manchester? will take place on Tuesday November 13th at 6:30pm at BBC MediaCity UK in Salford.
If you would like to join us at this FREE event we are sorry to say that applications have now closed, all successful applicants will be contacted on Monday 12th November with final details of the event. Priority will be given to Media Parents subscribers to attend this event, and please note that you need 3+ years TV experience to be a member of www.mediaparents.co.uk
Hope to see you there!