Business and related research professionals
Business and related research professionals carry out a variety of research activities for the broadcast and print media, for the police and armed forces intelligence services, for national security agencies and in other non-scientific areas.
New workers start around £25,048. Normal pay is £38,808 per year. Highly experienced workers can earn up to £60,029.
- Deals with copyright issues and negotiates fees.
- Liaises with client on the appropriate image/s to be used.
- Researches images for clients in a wide range of media using specialist picture libraries and archives, museums, galleries etc., or commissions new images.
- Presents findings in the required format, via written reports or presentations.
- Provides support to criminal intelligence or to military or other security operations by gathering and verifying intelligence data and sources.
- Provides administrative support for programme development such as booking facilities.
- Briefs presenters, scriptwriters or journalists as required via verbal or written reports.
- Research sources for accurate factual material, finds suitable contributors to programmes or print features and deals with any copyright issues.
- Liaises with production team to generate and develop ideas for film, television and radio programmes.
Skills employers are asking for
- Reading Comprehension
- Critical Thinking
- Active Learning
- Active Listening
- Learning Strategies
This Creative Media Production course is a fantastic insight into the film industry. You will explore factual film, drama production, pre and post-production, script writing, online interactive content and the production of music video.
Length: 2 years
Start date: 6th September 2021
Location: Rye Hill Campus