11 Television studies courses in the UK

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London Academy Of Media, Film And TV
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During your course you are given a list of assignments that mirror the type of work that would be offered to you as a working TV Presenter. Your showreel will comprise of the very best takes of you...more

Duration: 5 Days

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TNR, Press Association

Learn how to confidently brief journalists, manage TV crews on your own site, support senior executives before they give press, radio and TV interviews, and stand in for a spokesperson in an interview....more

Duration: Variable

Multiple levels

Part time

No Qualification

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The Red Carpet Academy

Would you like to become a TV Presenter? Are you seeking to build your self-confidence or try something new? We offer fantastic TV Presenter training courses with a top team of current and mainstream TV...more

Duration: 10 hours

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The Presenter Studio

Voted the UK’s Best TV Presenter Course this incredible programme is totally exclusive to us, and for most is a life-changing experience. Covering both studio and location presenting, presenters get to...more

Duration: 2 days



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It’s only when the credits role at the end of a film or TV show, and what seems like a never ending list of names appear on screen, that you realise just how many people it takes to produce a film. While it’s the actors and the director...


There are some days when there is nothing we want more than to curl up in front of the TV and watch something mindless. Most production companies will have weekly brainstorm sessions where they will have to pitch and polish ideas for new shows. Yet...

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