Today, the BBC is holding a Q&A in order to find new talent,

The event is being held to find a group of journalists to specialise in a new scheme, Money and Work.

The BBC is looking for people to work across TV, radio, podcasts, digital journalism, and social channels.

It wants people who are experienced in working in daily news, who are comfortable with a fast-paced environment, who are very aware of how the UK economy works, have strong storytelling skills, and creative production techniques.

Event organiser Sandra Hardial said the BBC wanted to open its doors and offer the chance to meet some of the team, hear about their career journey, break down the barriers and showcase opportunities.

This event is an attempt at attracting a wide variety of talent, and in a profession such as journalism, it is important to have an event like this where different types of people with different specialties and who have had different opportunities in their careers.

Sandra Hardial also highlighted the significance of MediaCityUK cultivating Salford as a “creative and digital cluster”.

She said: “Every £1 of the BBC’S direct economic activity generates a total of £2.63 in the economy and 50 per cent of the BBC’s economic impact is outside London, compared to a sector average of 20 per cent.”



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