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(Broadcast Advisory Board) BAB ­ ROA awards

•  Barbara Howell
   Head of Faculty, Communication Media
   
  
•  Lesley Everett
   Head of Production, ITV News
   Chair, Ravensbourne Broadcast Advisory Board
(Broadcast Advisory Board) BAB ­ ROA awards

•  Includes members who are senior executives from the broadcast industry

• Gives advice, opinion and direction for the College’s broadcast courses

• Offers student work placement and tutor development wherever practical

• Acts as a think-tank for the College move to Greenwich

• Develops mentoring links 

BOARD AIMS
(Broadcast Advisory Board) BAB ­ ROA awards

LESLEY EVERETT – Chair of BAB


Head of Production, ITV News

MIKE SOUTHGATE
MD, BBC Resources

KATE HORTON
HR Director, BBC Resources

SIMON FELL
Controller Emerging Technologies, ITV

PATRICK WALKER
Head of Content Partnerships, Google Video

RICHARD BROOKING
Broadcast Training Manager, BSkyB

DAVID KLAFKOWSKI
Technical Director, The Farm Group

MIKE SHORT
VP, Research & Development, O2

LAURA SLATER
Training Officer, PACT

DEBBIE HILLS
MD, The London Studios

NIGEL PICKARD
BOARD 
Director of Family & Children’s Programming, RDF Media MEMBERS
(Broadcast Advisory Board) BAB ­ ROA awards

The BAB­ROA awards aim to reward high­level PERSONAL SKILLS
demonstrated by individual graduating students contributing to ROA
 2007 in 3 award categories:

•  LEADERSHIP

•  TEAM PLAYER

•  SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

The prize for each of the award winners will be: 
a personal high­level industry mentor in their chosen field for the AWARD 
first six months after graduating. CATEGORIES
(Broadcast Advisory Board) BAB ­ ROA awards

•  Danika Porter (testimonial)
Account Manager
Southern Cross TV, Australia

•  Richard Leachman
Senior Technical Operator
QVC Shopping Channel
  
•  Sarah Charlton
Intern
CNN International
2005/06 
WINNERS
(Broadcast Advisory Board) BAB ­ ROA awards

•  Course Leaders will nominate students, but you can also nominate 
yourself or a student colleague. Nominations must be typed on 
specific forms available online.
•  A list of questions which you’ll need to answer verbally at interview 
are available online.
•  All nominees will be interviewed internally ­ this is when you’ll need 
your answers ready!
•  If you are shortlisted, you will  be invited to a lunch at ITN’s London 
base, to meet with the final judging panel and tell them what you want 
from a mentor.
Deadline for nominations: Friday 22 June 
First round interviews @ Ravensbourne: Friday 29 June 
Second round interviews @ ITN: Tuesday 3 July 
Award winners announced:    Convocation 
Nomination forms, interview questions and this presentation at:  KEY DATES
intranet.rave.ac.uk/faculties/communicationmedia
(Broadcast Advisory Board) BAB ­ ROA awards

REMEMBER
The award is aimed at all levels of involvement in ROA: you don’t 
HAVE to be managing a team to win. We’re looking for all sorts of 
abilities:

Decision­making
Crisis­handling
Giving or taking constructive criticism
Motivating skills
Negotiation
Problem­solving
Collaboration
Delivery on time and on budget
SKILLS

It’s your PERSONAL SKILLS that will win you a mentor.