September 2015 The Reporters’ Academy have been invited to be the official internal media team for the prestigious world class event – The Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa. Throughout the Games The Reporters’ Academy team of young people and industry professionals will be creating the official films, interviews and articles that will capture the excitement… Read more Commonwealth Youth Games, Where Youth Produce
What defines Australia? The sun? Beautiful expanses of land? The indigenous heritage? Cricket? It’s different things to different people – but right up there is Aussie Rules. The game that is unique to this country and in particular to the state of Victoria. With that in mind, our Melbourne crew embarked upon relating the story… Read more Melbourne Crew meet the Roy Boys
Sports Media Production Course – NOW RECRUITING YOUNG PEOPLE! Do you know any young people (aged 16-18) about to go to college or sixth form that would thrive on a hands-on, inspiring Sports Media Production level 3 BTEC Diploma course? The Reporters Academy is the only sports media production company dedicated to young people’s progression into… Read more Sports Media Production Course – NOW RECRUITING YOUNG PEOPLE!
By Crew Member, Phil Weller The Reporters’ Academy, a unique not for profit media production company run by young people have been shortlisted for a Northern Digital Award. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Low Budget Campaign’ for their extensive coverage of the Oceania nations at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, where the young reporters worked from inside… Read more We’ve been Shortlisted for an Award!
Everyone loves a good story. The only thing better than hearing a good story is telling that story or even being part of it. The Reporters’ Academy (TRA) has become the story. Established in 2011 the last four years has seen young people from the UK and Australia document the human stories of sport around… Read more The story is just beginning
By Danny Hopkins Warm pies and pasties greeted us at the entrance to the room, along with a plentiful supply of orange juice and water. In order to enjoy our meat-filed treats, we wandered over to a long bench, where we obliviously sat between ex-England Captain Michael Vaughan and Test Match Special commentator Jonathon ‘Aggers’… Read more Test Match Special – BBC Radio 5live