Below is a list of the top and leading Television Companies in Melbourne. To help you find the best television companies located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Melbourne’s Best Television Companies:
The top rated television companies that offers quality program and shows are:
- ABC Southbank Centre
- NEP Australia
- RMITV – Student Community Television Inc.
ABC Southbank Centre
ABC Southbank Centre is honoured to be named as one of the first recipients of the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas grants, which were announced earlier today. The ABC has received funding from the Institute to support the expansion of its regional schools media literacy project.
Variety Shows, ABC Kids Program, Analysis & Opinion, Arts & Culture, Education
Environment, Fact Check, Gardening, Health, Heywire, Indigenous, Life, Local
Parenting, Religion & Ethics, Rural, Science, Technology Shows.
“We went to be part of the audience to see the weekly with Charlie Pickering, we had an amazing time and had so much fun. It was a fascinating and interesting to see how television programs are made it’s definitely worth a vist if you ever get the chance. Great staff and it was great thing to be a part of.” -Andy K
NEP Australia the foundations of today’s NEP Australia were laid 30 years ago, in a vastly different era for the television industry. While technology has changed broadcasting in ways hardly imaginable then, their core mission remains: they bring their clients’ content to life on any platform using the team, know-how and production resources that set both Australian and global standards.
IP-based cloud production capabilities, Outside broadcast, Remote Production and Mobile Studio Facilities, State-of-the-art TV studios in Sydney and Melbourne
4K Production Expertise in all Genres, Expert Systems Integration (SI), World-renowned Host Broadcast Expertise, Production Services.
RMITV – Student Community Television Inc.
RMITV – Student Community Television Inc. is RMIT University’s student-run television production house, producing content for both online and broadcast platform C31 Melbourne and Geelong (digital 44). They provide hands-on experience to RMIT students and members of the local community, acting as a gateway between studying and finding work in the industry. Many ex-members have gone on to paid employment in the TV and AV industries.
Talk Shows, Silent Comedy Shows, RMIT Alive Industry Workshops, Job hiring, Producer’s Starter Kit, Film Review, Arts & Theater Review,
“Fantastic source of practical, hands on experience for students or just those interested in getting into the fields of television and media production.” -Alez Zemtsov
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