Careers News No 17 (Also available on the Hawker College Website and Google Classrooms)Careers News No 17 (Also available on the Hawker College Website and Google Classrooms)
Full information on previous items can be found in the Career News Archive on the Hawker website
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Chief minister’s startup challenge 2017Chief minister’s startup challenge 2017
Edc ltd had conducted a competition among technology startups. This competition was very much successful such that the first prize winner received equity investment of Rs 00 Crore from a private investor merely on the basis of the Chief Minister’s technology
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Dr. Andrew P. WhiteDr. Andrew P. White
Associate Professor of Creative Industries & Digital Media and Director of the Institute for Creative & Digital Cultures (icdc), Faculty of Arts and Education, Division of International Communications
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Queensland Careers News Newsletter Monday 21stQueensland Careers News Newsletter Monday 21st
Senior students can experience being a Science, Environment, Engineering or Technology university student for a day, including participating in a lecture, tutorial and laboratory
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Make Me Laugh: Creativity in the British Television Comedy IndustryMake Me Laugh: Creativity in the British Television Comedy Industry
Brett Mills, School of Art, Media and American Studies, University of East Anglia, uk
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Public Consultation on the future of the bbc’s supply arrangements for the production of the bbc’s television content, radio content and online content and services Arts Council England response SummaryPublic Consultation on the future of the bbc’s supply arrangements for the production of the bbc’s television content, radio content and online content and services Arts Council England response Summary
E-way’ broadcaster role to becoming an enabling organisation open to new content, providers and ways of working and the explicit commitment to working with the widest range of partners
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8th October 2015 Summary of key points8th October 2015 Summary of key points
We believe there is potential for wider range and diversity of content through the bbc commissioning, enabling and broadcasting content from other providers from the arts and cultural sector
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The balance of payments between television platforms and public service broadcastersThe balance of payments between television platforms and public service broadcasters
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Embargoed. Not for circulationEmbargoed. Not for circulation
Celebrating the 100 most innovative entrepreneurs across the uk’s creative industries
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Great art for everyone?Great art for everyone?
She has managed cultural programmes from small scale touring to the Cultural Programme of the Manchester Commonwealth Games. Her current research focus is on cultural policy, participation and engagement in the arts
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