RTS looking to draft in graphic designers

The Royal Television Society is targeting graphic designers who are working in broadcasting. – The RTS has opened its membership out to include “graphics and design professionals working in TV” in a bid to increase its 3700-strong membership.

The Royal Television Society is targeting graphic designers who are working in broadcasting.

The RTS has opened its membership out to include “graphics and design professionals working in TV” in a bid to increase its 3700-strong membership.

“When you consider that it’s unique in bringing together every facet of the industry, its a pretty vital organisation for anybody in broadcasting – many more people need to be aware of the benefits of joining,” says society president Michael Grade.

Design is one of “many areas being targeted as it is a growth area which hasn’t traditionally benefited from the networking advantages of the society”, says an RTS spokeswoman.

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