Applications for The Network –  a fantabulous yearly opportunity for entry-level media applicants – are still open and close 4 May 2015. The Network is the most prestigious and comprehensive introduction to TV in the UK, run by the Edinburgh International TV Festival.


If you are looking to get into TV or are studying Media then this could be a great chance for you. We thoroughly recommend you check out the details and if you meet the criteria, then apply.


The scheme is free to attend and aims to identify and nurture emerging talent. 50 hand-selected individuals are given the chance to meet and learn practical TV making skills from the industry’s leading figures, in Edinburgh from 25 -28 August 2015.


The Network is an access-for-all scheme and open to anyone aged 18 or above. NO qualifications are needed to apply, applicants are chosen on the basis of the potential they demonstrate in their application.  We also put a strong emphasis on encouraging those from underrepresented groups in the TV industry to apply.


Please see below the criteria for applicants.


  • Over 18 years of age by 25 August 2015.
    • In full time education or in the final year of college or university and not returning to education in September.
    • No TV experience needed to apply, however if applicants have worked in television they must have no more than 3 months PAID experience. Unpaid internships and work experience are not included.


Kick start your career in TV and apply to The Network – a FREE TV training course.  Applications close 4 May 2015. Visit for details.


  • jason tracey says:

    Any jobs going

    • admin says:

      Hello Jason

      We occasionally pass on advertisements for jobs in TV on this site but we don’t provide jobs ourselves. Even if we did you aren’t going to get a response with a request like that. You need to read the pages here about how to approach people for jobs and learn to write an engaging, compelling pitch to suitable employers. Good luck

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