Breaking Into News Competition with AMAZING Prizes for Budding Journalists

Recently left education and want a helping hand into a broadcast journalism career – with mentoring from top ITV News journalists? Enter the Breaking Into News competition by noon 5th April!

Interested in telling local stories? Keen to start a career in journalism? Recently left education and have limited broadcast experience? Want to be mentored by a top ITV News journalist and learn how a newsroom works?  Enter the Breaking Into News competition for your chance to break into news!

The Breaking Into News competition is run by Media Trust in partnership with ITV News. The aim of this amazing competition is to identify and encourage diverse young talent. Who knows? If you’re reading this, one day you could be a top broadcasting journalist of the future.

Submit your application at https://www.breakingintonews.co.uk or click below.

Submit your application

Good luck!

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