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Learn by doing.

Cambridge TV School offers a totally unique path into the TV and film industries. We supply training and support through multiple courses to cover every aspect of factual TV production.

We’ve worked with many people starting their careers in either a single technical skill or in all areas of production. We believe that today’s TV and online filmmaking careers require strong storytellers who are experienced and skilled in the main specific roles of production.

Participants make programmes for TV and online broadcast, to industry standards, coached by working TV professionals. They have the chance to develop production skills to a very high level, develop a network of peers and professional mentors, and take away a large portfolio of broadcast work to show their next employer.

Choose from the navigation for details of our longer courses, or click here for details of our one-day masterclasses in social media video, business storytelling and video editing.

The next Saturday Sessions course commences on the 22nd September 2018 and the One-term course begins on the 24th September 2018. Please use the Contact Us page to join.

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CAMBRIDGE TV SCHOOL

Teaching production skills for a career in video

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CAMBRIDGE TV

Television that makes you think

Cambridge TV

Our partner organisation, Cambridge TV Productions, makes factual programmes for traditional broadcasters and online TV, specialising in science and business storytelling.

We work with a number of businesses and people such as BBC, Cambridge Network, Zeiss, University of Cambridge, Babraham Institute, Astronomer Royal, That’sTV, Raspberry Pi, etc.

Though we work all over the UK, we are based in Cambridge, UK and part of our mission is to produce films that draw attention to innovation in our city. Find out more about how we promote Cambridge ideas.

Looking for the archive of Cambridge’s local TV channel?

For two years, we produced daily news and science, culture, arts and business shows for a local audience in Cambridge, viewed on Freeview, Virgin Media and online. Click here to browse local TV shows 2015-16

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