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‘Of course, I recommend Ravensbourne when you finish the sixth form, study the same television production course I did, become an all-rounder or specialise in a certain piece of kit!’. Claire Barton
In-text: (Barton, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Barton, C., 2015. Work Exp Feedback and advice. [email].
“during your summer you should be working in the industry gaining that valuable experience that’s going to make you that extra bit more employable” Del Brown
In-text: (Brown, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Brown, D., 2021. How to gain work in TV.
“Live Streaming is our thing, here at Cheers Mate, we’re committed to bringing top-notch broadcasts at affordable prices. So, whether you have a big final with your club coming up, a great gig with your band or a speech that you want to share with the rest of the world, we’ve got you covered - Richard Jackson
In-text: (Jackson, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Jackson, R., 2021. Cheers Mate Productions. [online] Cheersmateproductions.com. Available at: <http://cheersmateproductions.com/> [Accessed 6 December 2021].
The definition of Obstacle - “a thing that blocks one’s way or prevents or hinders progress”
In-text: (Oxford Languages and Google - English | Oxford Languages, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Languages.oup.com. 2021. Oxford Languages and Google - English | Oxford Languages. [online] Available at: <https://languages.oup.com/google-dictionary-en/> [Accessed 6 December 2021].
“You can’t win anything with kids” - Alan Hansen
In-text: (Match of the Day, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Match of the Day, 1995. [TV programme] 1: BBC 1.
“Don’t invent drama, it will come on its own”
In-text: (McConaughey, 2020)
Your Bibliography: McConaughey, M., 2020. Greenlights. p.p,246.
In-text: (Morley, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Morley, P., 2010. A life rewound. New Romney: Bank House Books, pp.p.24,26.
Since being at Ravensbourne University, I’ve felt accepted and comfortable around the tv studio and gallery, technicians have made adaptations to my equipment, when necessary, too.
In-text: (Schieme, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Schieme, L., 2021. Disability Interview. [email].
“I left school at 16 and managed to land a job making teas and coffee for actors at our local theatre and my career went from there. From there I worked my way up the ranks, my willingness to learn and finding a new creative passion in making shows no matter what the storyline made me stand out. Taking my working-class mentality into production helped me and meant I was trusted from a young age operating equipment after picking up the skills naturally”
In-text: (Stripe, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Stripe, J., 2021. Freelance Interview. [email].
In-text: (Torres, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Torres, S., 2003. Black, white, and in color. pp.56,57.
In-text: (Ward, Bermingham and Wherry, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Ward, P., Bermingham, A. and Wherry, C., n.d. Multiskilling for television production. pp.45,46,47.
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