Jobs involve producing, publishing and releasing media, and providing library, archive, curation and information services.
Actors, entertainers and presenters use their bodies and voices to entertain, pretend to be characters or provide information to audiences. They do this through singing, comedy routines, magic tricks or tv show hosting, for example. See what a job is like and how to land a professional role.
As an archivist, you'll use your knowledge of the past, attention to detail and analytical skills to manage archival materials and share knowledge with the world. Read on to learn more about the field, what your job might involve and what you'll need to work on to build a career.
As an arts officer, producer or director, you'll use your creative and organisational skills to make live or recorded programmes and performances. Learn more about a career as an arts officer, producer or director, find out what it involves and what you'll need to study and do to get a role.
As an audio engineer, sometimes called a sound engineer, you'll use your technical skills to effectively record live audio or produce sound for creative projects, audio products and events. Find out what you could be working on day to day as an audio engineer, how your career might progress and what you should study or do to succeed in this field.
As an author or writer, you'll write, edit and analyse written material. Working creatively, you'll produce pieces of work for publication, collaborate with clients and write for different audiences. Find out more about a career as an author or writer including what you could study.
As a curator, you'll use your organisational, research and design skills to create exhibitions and installations to inform and inspire people. Here you can find out more about working as a curator, including what you should study or work on to build your career.
Love storytelling through images and words? As a graphic designer, you'll be a visual communicator, using your creativity and collaboration skills to design attractive visuals and influence branding. Learn more about a career in graphic design, find out what it involves and what you'll need to study and do to get a role.
As a journalist, you'll use your creativity, research and writing skills to produce stories, articles and features. You might work for a local or national newspaper, magazine or trade publication. Learn more about becoming a journalist, how your career might develop, and what you'll need to do to get a job.
As a librarian, or learning resource manager, you'll use your knowledge and skills to manage and share resources with a community. Learn more about the qualifications needed, and what the role involves.
As a newspaper or periodical editor, you'll be managing the content and style of printed or online publications. Learn more about the day-to-day responsibilities of this role, and what you'll need to do to land your first job.
As a photographer, audio-visual or broadcasting equipment operator, you'll make high-quality visuals and sound for a wide range of projects. Learn more about a career in photography, audio-visual, and broadcast, find out what it involves and what you'll need to study and do to get a role.
Pre-press technicians, or pre-press operators, work for printing companies making sure text and artwork is prepared and printed correctly. Learn more about the day-to-day tasks you could be doing in this job, and the skills that are needed.
As a public relations professional, you'll manage the image and reputation of an organisation or person, giving a positive representation to consumers, businesses and the public. Learn more about a career in public relations and what you'll need to study and do to get a role.
As a TV engineer, you'll use your technical know-how and organisational skills to make sure television programmes are broadcast correctly and at high quality. Read more about your day-to-day responsibilities in this role, how your career might develop and what you'll need to study to land a role.