Brought to you by the University of Sheffield TV Station: Forge TV. The conference and awards will see over 400 delegates from around the UK coming together to celebrate all things student television. With exciting panel sessions and talks from industry experts, this year is set to be bigger and better than ever!
The conference will take place from Friday 13th April, beginning with a welcome talk and hustings to elect the next NaSTA Exec Team, before we head outside for a FREE BBQ. Then from 10am on the Saturday, conference sessions will take place in the University of Sheffield Students’ Union, with special guests from the BBC, ITV, Made Television and many more. Finally, we’ll end things with a night of awards in Sheffield own Octagon Centre venue, where we will announce the winners of the 20 NaSTA Awards.
Weekend conference tickets (no accomodation included):- £80
2-night accomodation (seperate to conference tickets):- £90
(NOTE: £90 accomodation tickets do not include entry to the conference, full weekend conference tickets also need to be purchased. You are not forced to purchase the £90 accomodation ticket, and are welcome to find your own accommodation elsewhere in Sheffield)
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