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Cross Creative 2018/19 delegates announced

Successful candidates announced for TRC's flagship training programme for Digital Leaders in Scotland.

Creative Breakfast: Channel 4 Daytime

Ramy El-Bergamy, Commissioning Executive for Daytime at Channel 4, will be in Glasgow for TRC's October Creative Breakfast.

Creative Breakfast: UKTV Scripted

Want to know what makes the decision makers at Britain's biggest multichannel broadcaster tick? Join us as we chat to Pete Thornton about the commissioning process at UKTV, specifically about scripted comedy, comedy drama, and drama on Dave, Gold and W.

5 Reasons Why... You Should Apply for Cross Creative

Umming and ahing as to whether you should apply for Cross Creative? Read this! 

BIMA Digital Day - Get Involved

BIMA are seeking digital organisations across Scotland to inspire the next generation of talent. Get involved! 

Blog: Creative Breakfast with Whitespace

'How can the Scottish creative sector conquer the world?' TRC joined forces with the creative folks at Whitespace to ask that very question.

TRC takes #EDTVFEst - Part 2

Part 2 of TRC's Edinburgh TV Festival Round Up. Emma reports back on What Commissioners Want (what they really really want). Featuring Netflix, ITV, Youtube Originals and more. 

TRC takes #EdTVFest - Part 1

TRC’s Emma Flynn spent 3 days in Edinburgh at the International TV Festival, getting the lowdown from commissioners, industry heavyweights and the Love Island winners (obvs!) Here are her top 3 take-aways from the festival.

Cross Creative Applications Open!

Applications are now open for TRC's flagship training programme for leaders in Scotland's thriving digital sector.

Creative Breakfast - How Can the Scottish Creative Sector Conquer the World?

There’s world-class creative talent in Scotland. How can we share what we have to offer with the world?
Join Whitespace, TRC and a panel of internationally seasoned digital creatives for a morning of breakfast brain fuel and discussions on how to put Scotland on the map.