News & Blogs

Big things on the horizon for Media Trust’s Graduates

Media Trust news

On Thursday 16 May, Media Trust’s latest round of Creativity Works trainees wowed an audience of peers, family and media and creative industry mentors and partners as they graduated from the programme with an impactful...

Posted 22 May 2019

Graduates on stage with graduation certificates

Volunteering: Why a change is as good as a rest

Blog post

Weber Shandwick’s Lotty Chudley shares her experience of volunteering at Media Trust’s recent Women’s Voices event, and why she thinks sharing skills with charities is something everyone working in the media and creative industries should...

Posted 30 April 2019

Lotty Chudley Headshot

Is a lack of trust in advertising a threat to the industry?

Media Trust news

Keith Weed, Chief Marketing Communications Officer (CMCO) at Unilever, President of the Advertising Association and WFA’s Global Marketer of the Year 2018, thinks so. Media Trust hosted the second of our ‘In Conversation with’ events led...

Posted 19 March 2019

Kamal Ahmed and Keith Weed sit together before the event starts

Agency ELVIS on Championing Diversity

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Camilla Yates, Planning Director at ELVIS shares their mission to create a more inclusive creative industry and why they have teamed up with Media Trust to discover new talent. At ELVIS, we believe that the...

Posted 5 March 2019


My journey into journalism, via Media Trust

Blog post

After completing Media Trust’s Creativity Works Multimedia Genius Training programme, 25-year-old Londoner, Stephanie Harris was offered a place at the UK’s leading NCTJ journalism school courtesy of Yahoo! News. She tells us how she got...

Posted 20 February 2019

Stephanie's headshot

What will the world of work look like in 2050?

Blog post

Alex Loveday-Davies worked as a Media Studies Teacher before leading Media Trust’s Vlogstar Challenge programme. The programme aims to develop young people’s creativity and confidence through free film and video blogging(vlogging) workshops in schools and...

Posted 29 January 2019