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Broadcasting

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Broadcasting

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Industry Analysis
Broadcasting is a form of education by carrying information through different forms of communication
Television/Radio Jobs
Mass Communications
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Ashley Canario & Martin Cruz
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass_communication
Reference
http://www.ops.org/elementary/beals/TECHNOLOGY/BealsBroadcastNewsInformation/BroadcastingRoles/tabid/374/Default.aspx
http://www.careerpage.org/jobtypes.php
News anchor
is a news presenter. They're also known as a anchorman or anchorwoman. A person who stars in news shows on television , radio , or the internet. They're skilled writers and are also journalists.
Co-Anchor
is the news anchors partner , who also stars in television shows , radio , or the internet.





News Reporters
are people who are on the scene at any important event, work in a quick pace movement and are also very understanding with what they're informing to the audience. Also are excellent writers , and have the ability to multitask along the way .
News Director
is someone who supervises the news department at all time. They take care of the budgets , personnel management and all the technical aspects of television. He/She is in charge of determining which stories carry out the most information and will keep people interested in watching.
News Writer
are the ones who are responsible for researching news , preparing news packages for voicing by anchors and reporters , booking guests for live interviews , making sure everything goes according to whats written.
What You'll Do
Television jobs
Television Jobs
Radio Jobs
Announcer
are the voice of the radio , the people behind the microphone. They are in charge of the introduction of the program , music, involved with the media and whats trending at the moment.
Music Director
are the ones who manage the music play lists , are in charge of receiving music from the record companies, and making sure it airs.
Radio Jobs
News Director
is in charge of the department. Also in charge of knowing whats going on around the community and making sure the reporters have their assigned news.
Production Director
has similar duties as the news director just this person is in charge of assigning recording sessions , studios schedule , and produce commercials.
Education/Training & Earnings
Colleges/Universities
Training
Most broadcast stations offer internships where you experience hands-on with their equipments and have studio time.
Earnings
University

of
Miami
University of
Southern

California
East

Carolina
University
Broadcast Journalism
Emerson College
Boston , Massachusetts
Hofstra
University
http://www.campusexplorer.com/colleges/major/8C3C285A/Communication-Media/F1033B16/Broadcast-Journalism/
Associate, bachelor and master's degree
Programs in broadcasting
Communication skills and broadcasting history through classroom training.
Broadcasting equipment/technical.
http://education-portal.com/radio_broadcast_training.html
Electronic News Gathering
they capture every event and are on-scene covering the live footage with the reoorters. Also control the video cameras and sound and making sure they take back the footage back to the studio.
University of

Nebraska
Temple
University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Lincoln, Nebraska


Hempstead, New York


Greenville, North Carolina


Miami, Florida


Los Angeles, California


http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Industry=Television_Broadcasting/Salary#by_Job
Where You'll Work
Traits Required
Communication skills
Ability to Investigate
Positive personality
Versatile
Good under pressure
Team player
Highly efficient
Maintain a high level of accuracy
Organization skills
Proper grammar
Writing skills
Powerful voice
Speak clearly
Pluses of the Career
Future Outlook
http://educhoices.org/articles/Sports_Broadcaster_Career_Outlook_for_the_Sports_Broadcasting_Professions.html
http://degreedirectory.org/articles/Reporter_Job_Duties_Employment_Outlook_and_Educational_Requirements.html
Disadvantages
Stress
A lot of field competition
Less time with family
Long hours of research
beginning of career low pay
Meeting celebrities
Travel
Side lines of games / court side seats
Live on the scene
Announcer
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