The internet contains a wealth of resources to help you launch your TV career; here's our pick of the best websites on TV making and the TV industry.
My First Job in Film
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The Location Guide
The Location Guide is an annual directory with 600 pages of essential information for filming on location worldwide.
Cinematographers Mailing List
Participants in the discussion on this site are cinematographers, their crew and representatives of all the main manufacturing and rental companies.
LH.com is a global locations gallery, a marketplace bringing together those looking for locations with those who have locations for use.
The Camera Assistants Manual online
David E. Elkins, SOC has over 25 years of professional experience as a camera operator and first assistant cameraman.
A forum collating questions and advice from industry professionals and new entrants to the industry, a great resource if you are looking to solve a problem.
A forum dedicated to sharing information about audio recording and production techniques, equipment and experiences.
IMDB (Internet Movie Database)
Online database of information related to the film industry, what's going into production, television programmes and videos games.
Campaign is the world’s leading business media brand serving the marketing, advertising and media communities.
Computer Graphics World
CGW is the only publication exclusively serving the CG industry for over 40 years. Each month we deliver cutting-edge technology used in the latest animation, VFX, 3D, Game Development, Film, CAD.
Stash delivers inspiration and insight into outstanding design, visual effects and animation projects and the people who create them.
Little Black Book (LLB)
Little Black Book (LBBonline) is a place to celebrate global creativity in advertising, across all parts of the business and from all corners of the world.
Theknowledgeonline.com is a one-stop shop for those looking for crew, service providers, suppliers and anyone who may work behind the camera in film and television.
The Reel Rundown
If you’re looking for information that is film or television related, we are here to answer your questions!
The Assembly is a state-of-the art digital resource that connects content submitted by you to the Aotg.com database, to featured articles.
We’re committed to providing inspiring, high production value film footage to schools around the world in order to help students learn the art of video editing.
Pro Tools Expert
This site is about Pro Tools and this is the dedicated team of Pro Tools enthusiasts who work hard to serve the Pro Tools Community.
DesigningSound.org is a resource dedicated to the art and technique of sound design, with the aim of sharing information and knowledge for free.
Production Designers Collective
We are a group of colleagues dedicated to mutual support through sharing knowledge, encouragement and experience.
Broadcast, is the television industries main trade paper bringing up to date news on the broadcast industry.
Channel 4 Producer's Handbook
Channel 4 along with the BBC, ITV, Five, S4C and Pact have announced a new revised set of data security guidelines (October 2014) for the production industry.
London Screenwriters Festival
The world’s biggest professional screenwriting event and a website bursting with information.
BBC Worldwide Showcase
This is your chance to view unmissable British content before anyone else, experience stunning evening events, and hear direct from the some of the world’s top creative talent.
The future of TV
The Future of TV is your source for TV, social TV, over-the-top (OTT), and streaming news to follow the constant changes, innovations and improvements within the sector.
The wit provides producers, broadcasters, distributors, advertisers worldwide with the best information about the TV and digital content, development and programmes.
Since 1981, we at the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board (BARB) have been delivering the official viewing figures for UK television audiences.
Formally Film and TV pro, the Mandy Network is a global resource for jobs in the industry.