I find it a little strange that you would go from degree level back down to a btec.
I think that most employers would also find this a bit strange if they know about qualification levels (and they really should)
Careers in the media aren't always as well paid as you would think. The people that you see on Tv may be getting a lot but getting to that level, from what I have been told is all about who you know and being in the right place at the right time.
You will be better of trying to get a job as a teaboy in some where like Granada or the BBC, the BBC are expanding in Manchester and there will be a hell of a lot of new oppurtunities there.
Once you have a degree it dosn't matter what in experience is more important, many people in the BBC got their jobs starting at the bottom, this is still very much the case today. My cousin has loads of qualifications and including a masters, he is working one a day a week for free to get experience in the media.