Our social purpose is about using the power of ITV to shape culture for good. We use our creativity and scale to inspire positive change in the world, and nurture a responsible and inclusive working environment.
What does ITV stand for?
/ˌaɪ.tiːˈviː/ abbreviation for Independent Television: a group of British television companies that earn most of their income from advertising: There’s a good film on ITV tonight.
Is ITV a good company to work for?
Poor wages and no internal progression
I’ve worked at ITV for coming up to 5 years and in this time it’s been incredibly difficult to progress and feel valued. They’re a very outdated company who are not digitally minded and struggle with progressing the talent across the company.
How do I get a job in TV?
- Get a degree.
- Gain relevant experience.
- Use your network.
- Apply for jobs.
How do I get a job on TV with no experience?
Look out for the big work experience, graduate schemes, and internships posted by the major television networks, e.g. the BBC, Channel 4, etc. Follow your favourite production companies on LinkedIn and keep a lookout for any posts about upcoming Runner job applications or trainee opportunities.
How do I get a job on a TV set?
- Hit the streets. According to Reddit user Jota769, if you’re serious about getting crew work, head to a production hub like New York, L.A., or Atlanta.
- Contact the local film office.
- Approach camera and gear rental houses.
- Apply to job postings.
What type of company is ITV?
ITV plc (ITV) is an integrated media and entertainment company that broadcasts, creates, owns and distributes content on multiple platforms. It produces programs and formats across drama, entertainment and factual entertainment genres. ITV’s channels and ITV Hub include ITV2, ITV3, ITV4, CITV, and ITVBe.
Why is it called ITV?
It was launched in 1955 as Independent Television to provide competition to BBC Television (established in 1936). ITV is the oldest commercial network in the UK.
Where is ITV based?
ITV Studios is based in London and Manchester, with the centre in Leeds now only home to Emmerdale and Shiver Productions (formerly Yorkshire-Tyne Tees Television’s then Granada Productions’ northern features department).