Launched in 2013, BT Sport broadcasts in the UK and Republic of Ireland with around five million subscribers. We broadcast five linear TV channels, six interactive BT Sport Extra channels and BT Sport Box Office. Our channels are available on BT TV, Sky, Virgin and Talk Talk. BT Sport is also available online and via our App on mobile and large screen devices. Innovation runs through our DNA, and we operate from one of industry’s most sophisticated sports TV studios in the world, delivering world-firsts around Virtual Reality, Dolby Atmos, 4K UHD and remote production, winning a number of awards from amongst others IBC, Promax, Music Week and more along the way. BT Sport is the only place to watch every match of the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League live until 2024, and we show 52 Premier League games a season. Plus live Premiership and Champions Cup rugby, UFC, MotoGP big Fight Night boxing and more.
What you’ll be doing
You’ll be working as an Archive Logger whilst completing your Junior Content Producer apprenticeship and will gain experience of developing and creating content for a variety of media including digital, social, broadcast and print. The role at BT Sport supports our programme makers right from the start of the content documenting process. You will be responsible for the accurate and timely logging of BT Sport content both live and retrospectively. In addition it is key that you have the ability to research footage with an eye for the highest quality television images. This is an entry level role into the world of broadcasting that will provide you with the opportunity to understand the broadcasting production process and the many career opportunities available.
As part of your apprenticeship, you’ll learn how to research, prepare and develop messaging to maximise audience engagement, capturing the strategy and objectives of the brand and the needs of the customer you’re representing.
You’ll collaborate with designers and developers using authoring languages to create content for the web which may include video, images, text and web pages and social media content. An enthusiasm for technology and creating great online experiences is a must.
Training & Support
Throughout the course of your apprenticeship you’ll gain a wealth of invaluable experience. You’ll also be taught job specific skills such as content planning, development, creation and evaluation.
To join our Apprentice Junior Content Producer Level 3 programme you’ll need to achieve (or be on course to achieve) a minimum of 4 GCSEs at grades 4 – 9 (GCSE C or above) including English and Maths. Equivalent qualifications are accepted. Please note: All of our apprentice schemes are subject to eligibility criteria.