The TUC's annual survey into the amount of unpaid overtime being worked across the UK economy has been published today (23 February) on Work Your Proper Hours Day.
The BECTU Sector of Prospect is affiliated to the Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom (CPBF) and we support the team there in their efforts to stop Rupert Murdoch’s takeover of Sky TV.
Representatives from across the UK's screen industries are leading the way on support for workers experiencing bullying and harassment.
BECTU members leading the campaign for the Living Wage at Picturehouse cinemas are preparing for their first ever week-long strike.
The TUC is holding Heart Unions Week from 12-18 February and the BECTU Sector of Prospect is running two competitions with prizes.
The BBC has announced today that production of Bargain Hunt, part of the corporation's daytime output, is to be put out to tender next month.
BECTU has welcomed today's announcement that Doctors, the BBC's popular daytime soap produced in Birmingham, is to continue as a BBC production in the city until at least 2020.
UK film production for the big and small screen is booming according to figures released today by the British Film Commission. This is great news for everyone involved in film making in our Nations an...
A cost of living pay offer to members at Glyndebourne was accepted by a majority of 84% earlier this month in an email ballot.
After negotiations between BECTU and Shakespeare’s Globe, the theatre’s tour guides have accepted a pay increase of 2.9%. The pay deal was approved by members in December with backdating t...
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.