What is a News Cameraperson?
A Cameraperson is responsible for filming scenes for film, television, commercial and corporate productions. As a cameraperson, you can specialise in many different types of filming, such as news or wildlife. But, in this post, we shall be discussing the skills you need to become a News Cameraperson.
It’s been a year full of milestones for leading worldwide streaming company Netflix, now one of the world’s biggest content producers.
After hitting 100 million subscribers during the second quarter of 2017, of which more than 50 million are in the US, the streaming service also outmatched the USA’s leading cable TV networks by more than 2 million subscribers for the first time in history.
Last month, Netflix took over the Emmy Awards ceremony with a staggering 20 wins out of 91 nominations, second only to Time Warner owned TV giant, HBO (29 wins/110 nominations).
The results for Q3, released on 16th October, exceeded even the most optimistic predictions, with the company earning close to $3 billion dollars, and adding 5.3 millions subscribers, most of whom are outside the US.
Want to know about the latest events in the industry, but want someone else to do the hard work? Well we’ve obliged, with the first in a regular series, looking ahead to a few great production events, big and small, coming up over the next few weeks.
Networking for Creative People
Taking place at the BFI’s Mediatheque on 24th April at 5pm.
An informal networking event offering a space for inspiration and networking for creative people. There is no admission fee for the Mediateque, but the networking event will charge a small fee of £1.
More info: http://bit.ly/1WdOxdJ