The tutorials dive into three widely discussed topics within DEI and sustainability: mentoring, biodiversity and disability provision. 

Episode 2: Laurence Clark, Chairman of the Board, TripleC - TV Access Project 

Launched in August 2022, the TV Access Project (TAP) is an alliance of 10 of the UK’s biggest broadcasters and streamers who have pledged to work together to create a substantive and permanent structural shift in the TV industry to ensure access provision for disabled talent.

Its vision is to see full inclusion by 2030 – that is to say, a television industry where no disabled talent is ever excluded because barriers have been removed and equity created. At its heart, TAP is an ambitious co-creation between disabled people and the wider industry to deliver sustainable solutions with buy-in for and from everyone.

In this tutorial, Laurence Clark, Chairman of the Board, TripleC, outlines what TAP is, and what are the five A’s to help you ensure the full and equal inclusion of deaf, disabled and/or neurodivergent talent.

 

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…

Episode 1: Rebecca del Tufo, Co-Founder and Director of Screencraft Works

The ScreenCraft Works Cross-Border Mentoring Scheme provides structured career development with an international outlook, to enrich careers in film, TV and online work.

The scheme matches under-represented production and post-production talent with international mentors, to share knowledge and experience, widen employment and peer-to-peer networks and bring new cultural perspectives to the mentoring groups’ local and international productions.

In this tutorial, Rebecca del Tufo, Co-Founder and Director of Screencraft Works, shares the what, why and how of mentoring. You’ll gain a deep understanding of how to set up a mentoring scheme and what it entails, and learn how the process supports the industry and what the impact is.

 

COMING SOON:

Episode 3: Calculating, reducing and improving your impact on biodiversity – BAFTA albert

In September 2023, BAFTA albert launched a new biodiversity guide which aims to help productions reduce their impact and explore ways of becoming nature-positive.

Featuring Kirstie Shirra, Sustainability Consultant, albert, this tutorial is designed for anyone who is working in the screen industry and wants to reduce their impact on biodiversity in every area of production, from planning to props.

 

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Esports Tutorials

IBC365 kicked off its series of bitesize tutorials with speakers from Staffordshire University’s £2.9 million expanded esports provision discussing the growth of esports, the future potential for broadcast solutions and the cutting-edge technology used in the University’s brand-new arena.

Esports: Episode 1: Where are we now?

Phil Cooke, esports lecturer at Staffordshire University takes a look back at esports’ humble beginnings, through to the decisive turning point for esports in the 1990’s and its rapid development through the 2000s.  

 

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