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Television presenters introduce, present or host programmes on television.
Film and television camera operators use digital and film cameras to record events and scenes for television, movies and videos.
Directors instruct cast and crew and oversee the artistic and production aspects of film, television, radio or stage creations.
Art directors plan, organise and control artistic aspects of film, television or stage productions.
Have you dreamed of becoming a TV presenter but aren’t sure how to get there? We spoke to Sonny Ngatai – TV presenter on Hahana, who shared his story.
Production assistants help production teams organise the making of film, television, radio or stage productions.
Media producers plan and produce films, television programmes, theatre productions, music, digital content, radio shows, festivals and other artistic activities.
Models display and promote clothes or other goods on television, online, in magazines and advertising, and on catwalks at fashion shows.
Animators and digital artists use software, models, photography and drawings to create still and moving images for advertisements, film, print, web or television.