This week, we’re pleased to announce that NaSTA will be working with the Royal Television Society in the coming months, as part of our commitment to supporting member stations all year round with training information, events and opportunities. We’ll be keeping you updated on RTS activity throughout the year; meanwhile, you can join RTS Futures free, and get access to exclusive events as well as upload your work. Full details can be found here: http://www.rtsfutures.org.uk/
Please keep an eye on your mailbox for technical details of Freshers’ TV, coming soon. It’s promising to be the biggest co-production in our history, make sure you’re part of it!
Remember, we’re currently inviting input and suggestions on the feasibility of NaSTA becoming an entity in its own right – for example, as a not-for-profit or community interest company. At this stage, we’d like your thoughts on what form such an entity could take, its structure, funding, and accountability to its membership.
Do send any ideas or thoughts on this to email@example.com – further details will be published in the autumn, before any proposal is formulated and put forward for consideration. That’s also the address to send any queries or suggestions for what you’d like to see from NaSTA in the forthcoming year, ahead of 2010/11 affiliation.
Special congratulations to NUTS, whose Chinese station website just launched last week at http://www.nutsonline-cn.com/ – good luck from everyone at NaSTA!
Remember to keep up-to-date with everything NaSTA-related via our Facebook page and Twitter feed, where you’ll find news on Loughborough 2011, our new website, reports on our recent workshops, and more. Meanwhile, all the best to those of you about to embark on Freshers’ Week!