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APPLY for NFTS Script Development Diploma. Deadline Friday May 27th

The National Film & Television School is looking for Writers who would be interested in taking part in the final project of their Script Development Diploma – run by the National Film and Television School. The students on this course are paired with a Screenwriter for their final, practical assignment taking the Writer and their feature script through a structured development process.

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A.Dot Becomes First Solo Female Host of BBC 1Xtra Breakfast

BBC Radio 1Xtra today announced A.Dot as the first solo female to host 1Xtra Breakfast (weekdays, 7-10am) in the station’s history. A.Dot, who joined 1Xtra in 2014 to present the station’s Saturday 4-7pm show and since October has hosted the weekday 1-4pm show, will take over the reins of 1Xtra Breakfast from 4 July.

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ASOS Launches ASOS Fashion Discovery competition For Emerging Brands. Deadline 22nd May 2016

Launching this year, the ASOS Fashion Discovery competition will find and nurture two emerging brands, giving them a major opportunity to grow their business. ASOS has a long history of supporting entrepreneurial design talent. With ASOS Fashion Discovery (the “Competition”), they are looking to identify and nurture two emerging brands which display originality, commerciality, personality and entrepreneurial flair. In addition, ten runners up will be able to trade (rent-free and with a reduced commission rate) as a boutique on ASOS Marketplace for 12 months.

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Take Advantage of the Channel 4 Bursary Scheme & Apply for the National Film & Television School’s Range of MA Courses…

Channel 4’s bursary scheme is aimed at supporting diverse candidates on the NFTS’s MA courses. The bursaries are aimed at those groups currently under-represented within the industry. The bursaries aim to boost and widen the pipeline of new industry talent. Aimed at increasing social mobility within the creative industries, the bursaries will be used to enable students from socially disadvantaged backgrounds to study at the School.

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