Theatre set, lighting and costume designers packed the Cottesloe room at London’s National Theatre on 17 April to have their say on a new joint campaign for their work to be valued and recognise...
Broadcast, the TV industry trade weekly, has today (Friday 13 April) published its research confirming that women are paid on average 14.8 per cent less than men in television.
BECTU issued the following press release today, 12 April, about the upcoming Freelancers' Fair on Friday 27 April.
Six industry sponsors and a host of exhibitors are backing BECTU's Freelancers' Fair on Friday 27 April in London.
Trade unions BECTU and Unite have secured a 1% consolidated pay increase for 2017/18 for British Film Institute (BFI) staff.
Spring time has brought an increase to the national minimum and living wage rates. Whilst the union is an active campaigner for the real Living Wage it's important to share news of the new statutory m...
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After more than five years of talks, the UK film industry gets its first collective agreement for big budget film on 2 April. Time now to celebrate this achievement which establishes a common set of ...
BECTU has welcomed plans for new film and TV studios in Dagenham, East London.
BECTU members at Al Jazeera English have today voted for industrial action in their ongoing dispute over the company's failure to deliver a consolidated pay increase in any of the last four years.
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.