Banijay Americas has been a associate of WarnerMedia since more than twenty years. That makes them one of the most reliable entertainment partners around the globe. It is possible to count on them to offer everything including new films and series currently in production to current programming. Alongside WarnerMedia it also has partnerships with other top broadcast and digital media outlets across the nation. Since 2005 they’ve forged alliances in partnership with CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, ESPN, AMC, FX, Discovery, and Nickelodeon.
Banijay Americas announced earlier this month that it has partnered with the Best Buy Foundation to create a career program in entertainment for high school students of Los Angeles. The program connects young people to the most recent technologies as well as mentor opportunities that will help them get work in the entertainment sector.
This new course will provide job shadowing with leading producers, seminars, and interviews for entry-level production assistant positions. This program will give access to tools for digital media including virtual reality, film and production.
This program is designed to help recent graduates from Los Angeles high schools. They will also be provided with the ability to directly access through the Banijay Americas Production Assistant feeder programme.
The year before, Banijay Americas and Best Buy came together to give Los Angeles area high school students with opportunities for career advancement in the industry of entertainment. This partnership offers participants many tools of the technology as well as mentorship to get them ready for career opportunities in television, film as well as digital media.
Both companies joined forces today to create an incubator program. The incubator program will offer agreements for development for the participating Banijay Americas production stations and allow selected creators to pitch their projects in the direction of WarnerMedia OneFifty to receive funding. This program will permit select creators access to the Banijay Americas collection of hit local and international shows.
Banijay Americas today announced a partnership with Best Buy Foundation. The partnership will allow teens in high school from Los Angeles to get into the entertainment industry. It will include a career growth program designed for teenagers, job shadowing and interviews with top industry professionals. Students can access mentorship and the latest technology.
Banijay Americas is one of the top international content producers. The company produces award-winning TV shows including “MasterChef Junior” (FOX) and “Lego MasterChef” (FOX). The production labels of the company include Truly Original and 51 Minds Entertainment. Endemol Shine North America, Banijay Mexico, and U.S. Hispanic.
In keeping with its dedication to excellence, Banijay Americas has partnered with Best Buy to launch an professional development program for the entertainment industry that will be based in Los Angeles. This program brings young people access to advanced technology and mentorship by professionals. Also, the program offers learning opportunities. Participants will have access various technologies and resources, such as virtual reality, 3D design Audio engineering, 3D design numerous other technologies. Participants will be able to shadow professional industry experts and will also be able to shadow a job.
The studio’s very first to be participant in the Los Angeles Community Impact hub, a group that includes twelve Teen Tech Centres offering career training for young adults. The initiative will allow Los Angeles area high school students to explore career opportunities in the entertainment industry through a wide range of training programs and internships.
LOS ANGELES (CA), May 24, 2018, Banijay Americas, a subsidiary of Banijay and the most significant global producer of media content today announced a strategic partnership to launch a career-focused program specifically for high school and college students from Los Angeles. The program gives students with mentoring or training as well as opportunities to work with industry professionals. The aim of the program is to help students prepare for careers in the entertainment industry. The program will feature interviews with leading producers and seminars.
There will be a path the graduates can work as production assistants. Participants will get access to cutting-edge technologies like 3D engineering and audio engineering, along with practical activities related to film and photography.
In the spring of this year, Banijay Americas and WarnerMedia OneFifty have entered into a collaboration. The company’s new venture will make and produce original, unscripted shows. Banijay Americas will produce a feeder TV program for production assistants, which gives high school students in Los Angeles the chance to be production assistants on Banijay series.
This Career Development Program at Banijay offers this type of program. It will provide young people who live in Los Angeles with training opportunities as well as mentorship and access to modern technology. Additionally, the program will offer them job working shadowing with some of the most renowned producers. Participants will also receive tools to film and digital media production.