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DogsClub.tv Presenter Applications
Details and Terms & Conditions
To apply you must be over 18 years of age.
Your application should include a copy of your CV or a biography, your contact details and a short account of why you feel you are suited to the role.
Any material/videos should be your own work and not copied from anyone else, or if you use anyone else’s material you must obtain their permission to do so, this includes music.
Entrants MUST NOT post anything obscene, indecent, threatening or offensive or that promotes or displays cruelty, violence, vandalism, fraudulent or criminal acts or contains content that could encourage others to commit illegal acts that could physical harm if replicated. Anyone caught doing any of the above will not be considered for the shortlist.
All videos must be posted in English.
By uploading the video you accept that DogsClub.TV Ltd may use the video, or clips from it, for promotional purposes.
Dogsclub.tv Ltd reserves the right not to employ anyone who applies if the standard of presenting is not good enough or does not fit the criteria for the role.
You will need to be based within commuting distance of the City of York, in Yorkshire, United Kingdom. There are no relocation or travel expenses included.
You may be contacted anytime after the closing date and before May 31st 2013 if you are successful in reaching the short list.
Such is the nature of media jobs but please be aware that there is no guarantee of a permanent job as a result of success in this application.
We are a team of highly experienced media professionals providing advice and consultancy on all matters relating to television production, presenting and pitching. We also produce quality content for any media - TV, print or online.
“Thank you for all the incredibly valuable information and being so approachable and willing to share your knowledge skills and experience.” Dr Eva, Eva Detko
“…an absolutely fabulous half day event. It was full of very informative material on how to become a TV expert from what qualities you need, how to approach it, who to approach and how to come up with the ideas and more. I highly recommend this course with those two fabulous experts in their field.” Nicci Roscoe, Fabulous Impact
“Great event. Extremely useful insight into how to crack into the TV industry as an expert.”
Natalie Coles, Animal Welfare Expert
“If you have not got a clue on how to get onto TV this is a brilliant starting place.”
Darryl Bertie, The electrician
“Shu increased our Twitter following by over 62% in less than three months; she also launched us successfully on Facebook and Pinterest. Her understanding of social networking is impressive and better still she engaged with potential customers in a genuine and entertaining manner. We trust this team with our brand completely”
“The team bring a mix of professionalism and excitement to their work that makes them a joy to be around. Their relationship with the press is superb and their understanding of our organisation made for some fantastic PR. We would love to work with them again.”
“I’m very new to pitching to television and you certainly helped me gain a better understanding of how to go the right way about it and who to contact and when.” PR Manager
“The content was good. It was great to hear about how it works behind the scenes, what producers/researchers are looking for and I picked up some good tips.”
“The presentational style was straight to the point and gave exactly the info that PR people need. The tone of the event was very open and approachable – this was thanks to the style and attitude of the event leaders”.