What a year it's been! Here's our round up of some of the best bits from our 20th year.
Kick-start your career in TV with RAD
Miss out on our information sessions for rad? Not to worry - we've rounded up some key info, hints and tips for starting your career in television.
Rad trainee scheme launched for next generation of diverse TV Talent in Scotland
Nine Scottish production companies are to host a trainee researcher from an under-represented background in move to tackle lack of diversity in television sector
TRC at Young Disabled People's Summit
People with disabilities are under-represented in the TV industry. We want to change that! We'll be speaking about our Trainee TV Researcher programme at Glasgow Disability Alliance's summit for young people on 29th November.
Event: The Future of Publishing
TRC and BIMA Scotland are hosting a brilliant panel of experts to discuss how digital and tech have disrupted one of the oldest industries. How are publishers using digital to grow new businesses, find new audiences and meet new demands?
Get involved with rad: an inclusive approach to TV talent
Are you looking to diversify your team? rad offers 7 independent production companies the opportunity to benefit from a trainee researcher for 10 months, where 50% of the salary is covered by TRC, plus a series of training workshops for host companies and monthly training sessions for trainees.
We're Hiring! Project Managers
We are looking for experienced Project Managers to organise and coordinate our digital and broadcast training programmes.
TRC Network Briefing: Sue Murphy, ITV
We're switching up our usual Creative Breakfast format for a Creative afternoon with ITV's Head of Factual Entertainment.
Meet the Delegates: Special Edition
Meet the eight brilliant women taking part in this year's Special Edition - TRC's professional development programme for ambitious women in digital looking to take their career to the next level.
Meet the Delegates: SuperSizer
Meet the SuperSizer Class of 2018/19 - a host of the best TV Development executives working in the Nations and Regions of the UK. Find out the show they wish they'd pitched, their top tips for working in telly and more.