Job roles

There are hundreds of different jobs in the media ranging from the creative to the technical. Popular choices for LSE graduates have been interactive media, radio, newspaper journalism, media regulation, film, television and corporate production.

To find out more about the various roles start by looking at two useful websites; skillset.org| is the website for the Sector Skills Council for the audiovisual industry which contains a wealth of careers information from job profiles, to qualification information, to course listings. 

For an insight into the sector and an overview of the current job market see prospects.ac.uk|. The Broadcasting Entertainment Cinematographic and Theatre Union website, bectu.org.uk|, has valuable information on recommended earnings and pay.

Applicants to media roles often apply via speculative applications|.

Directing

Editing and post-production

Journalism

Production

Research

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