BECTU is determined to limit the uncertainties for workers on Doctors - the BBC's successful daytime soap opera - when the production is put out to tender later this year.
Spencer MacDonald, BECTU's national secretary and the officer for the film construction branch has today announced the result of the recent pay ballot.
BECTU members at five London Picturehouse venues will stage further strikes this weekend.
Our summer event for creative sector new entrants looking to sign up as apprentices or trainees is almost here. Book now for Find Your Future 2017 (Wednesday 9 August) and use the opportunity to lear...
Plans for our third annual event for would-be apprentices and trainees in the creative sector are well underway and once again visitors can look forward to meeting employers who are running apprentice...
BECTU is insisting that the BBC's decision to invite tenders for the production of Doctors is premature given that an internal review into the current programme tendering exercise is not due to report...
BECTU successfully turned the spotlight on low pay at the BBC today as the Corporation defended pay deals with its highest paid on-screen talent.
Rising inflation and high transport and travel costs in the capital explain BECTU's claim for a 4% increase in basic pay at the Royal Opera House.
The Creative Industries Federation (CIF) has published a report today (Monday 17 July) which champions the needs of freelancers across the creative sectors.
After several years, and hundreds of hours of negotiation, a new agreement covering terms and conditions for major feature film production is coming into view.
BECTU is the UK's media and entertainment trade union; sectors covered include broadcasting, film, independent production, theatre and the arts, IT and telecoms, live events, leisure and digital media.