Careers in Broadcasting – Radio, TV, Cable, Internet and Beyond. Why radio, television and the Internet are important … They keep us informed about the world … They entertain us. Career opportunities.
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They keep us informed about the world …
They entertain us.
Radio – Board operator, disc jockey, news announcer, talk-show host, sports announcer, producer, programmer, engineer, sales.
Local news – Reporter, anchor, videographer, video editor, producer, assignment editor, sports, weather.
Network (entertainment): Performer, production (video editing, graphics, etc.), writer, director.
Video production (for training or sales): Videographer, video editor, writer, performer.
Internet – Programmer, content producer (writer, videograper, video editor, audio producer).
Radio, television, newspapers and the Internet are coming together – YouTube, Pandora Radio, Facebook, Hulu, DallasNews.com.
Writing – necessary in every form of mass communication (radio, TV, Internet, newspapers, etc.)
Knowledge & interest in what’s going on in the world.
Technical skills – videography, video editing, audio production, software ability.
Ability to speak or perform in an intelligent and entertaining way.
Ability to read a script and make it sound as if is not a script.
Become an interesting, educated person – have something to share.
Develop writing, speaking, technical skills.
Subjects that are especially important – English, journalism, speech, theatre, computer tech, political science, history.
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