Are you in Year 9, 10 or 11? Do you live in Maghull or attend a school in Maghull? Have you an interest in radio broadcasting?
Maghull Radio is offering a FREE six-week youth training programme that will give you the key skills needed to produce and present radio programmes.
The course is delivered by the National Broadcasting School’s Tim Brady.
Feedback from previous students has been very...
Bauer Journalism Programme graduate Rukiyah Khatun has been named Student Journalist of The Year at the 2016 IRN Awards. Rukiyah received her award from IRN Managing Director Tim Molloy at a ceremony in London on Friday.
The judges said, “Rukiyah’s entry combined a great passion for storytelling with authentic voices and great scripting. You could feel her enthusiasm for the content making...
One of the key avenues to creating and maintaining a successful brand for any company or organisation is media awareness and we at the National Broadcasting School run bespoke courses tailor-made to suit YOUR vision.
Mick Ord spent 30 years at the BBC as a reporter, producer, editor and senior manager having left in 2015 to set up a media relations consultancy in order to pass on his expertise to...
Vlogging for Beginners with Emmey Little
10am – 4pm Saturday 9th April 2016
At Unit 51, 49 Jamaica Street, Liverpool, L1 0AH
Open to anyone 12 – 16 years of age
Want to be the next Zoella or Tyler Oakley?
Vlogging is a great way to show off your creativity, express yourself and, who knows, maybe even launch your career.
On this fun and informative day Emmey will show you...
Students on the current Bauer Journalism Programme are in the running for a prestigious award.
Rukiyah Khatun and Emily Reader have been nominated in the Student Journalist of The Year category of the IRN awards.
The awards are run in association with Sky News and can be thought of as the Oscars of commercial radio journalism. This year has seen a record number of entries.
The Student Journalist Award...
Trainee Journalists with Commissioning Editor Richard Maddock
In January the Bauer Academy Journalism students went to Media City in Manchester and were given a personal tour of BBC Radio 5 Live by the station’s commissioning editor Richard Maddock.
He also gave career advice and some tips on how to get into the BBC.
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The latest Bauer Journalism Programme is in its final stages. Based at Rock FM in Preston, the course has been a tremendous learning experience for all the students.
It’s been a journey for everyone involved, especially considering the amount of travelling. As reporters they’ve gone out on the streets to gather audio, chase stories and conduct interviews across Lancashire.
As we reach the mid-way point of the latest Bauer Journalism Programme the students are taking a well-earned Christmas break.
The last six weeks have seen them reporting, compiling and reading bulletins, observing court proceedings and sitting their first law test… as well as contributing to the output of Rock FM and Radio City Talk.
But it hasn’t all been hard work. The trainee journalists...
The next Bauer Journalism Programme starts on the 9th November and is based for the first time at the iconic studios of Rock FM in Preston.
In 15 intensive and practical weeks you will learn all the skills you need to start your career as a radio journalist. From day one you’ll be mentored by John Pickford, Editor-in-Chief, Bauer Radio News, and other senior Bauer journalists. You will also...
Places are now available on the next Bauer Journalism Programme.
The successful candidates will start at Rock FM in Preston on November 9th 2015.
Mentored by senior Bauer journalists, and tutored by the experienced team from the NBS, trainee journalists will be put through the most rigorous, advanced, and intensive course in radio.
The programme incorporates the BJTC accredited Bauer Diploma in Radio...
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