The first weekend of March will see the 3rd annual Women in Media Conference, held once again at the People’s History Museum in the heart of Manchester.
Initially founded by a group of students at Manchester University, this student-led event has grown enormously in the past couple of years, and sees nationally acclaimed and influential women in the industry share their wisdom and experience. It now receives generous support from Amnesty International, Gorkana and the NUS, whom we cannot thank enough for their help.
This year’s conference will see TV producers, journalists, radio hosts, presenters and more share knowledge, anecdotes and tips on how to succeed through panels, Q&A sessions, workshops and more.
Everyone is welcome, students and non-students alike, so make sure you grab a ticket while you still can!
We can’t wait to see you there.
About Manchester Media Group
Here at the Students’ Union, we have three popular and nationally reputable Student Media outlets, The Mancunion, Fuse FM, and Fuse TV. All three are based in the University of Manchester Students’ Union, and are always looking for new volunteers, whether you have prior experience or not. Whether you want to go into the media industry, as many of our previous members have done, or just get involved in a creative and fun activity, Student Media is an unmissable opportunity.