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Journalism and Broadcasting

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Peyton Davis

on 17 March 2014

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Transcript of Journalism and Broadcasting

Skills Needed...
What does a Talent Director do?
A talent director auditions and interviews possible candidates for roles in plays, television shows, radio, or movies.
Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication
Broadcast News Analysts
Talent Directors
Radio Operator
Producer in Music
Radio and Television Announcer
These analysts are responsible for hosting news programs on the radio or television. They read news, analyze, and give feedback. They serve as a mediator for guests and interview guests and conduct panel discussions.
Producers are basically editors. They make a person's music sound better and even make the video clips on the news better.
Responsibilities: 1) Analyze and interpret news and information received from a few different sources so that they can broadcast the information. 2) Edit news material to make sure it fits the time frame. 3) Examine news items of local and national significance to address in the broadcast. 4) Gather information and develop perspectives about new subjects.
The journalism and broadcasting pathway involves jobs like news analysts and reporters that gather information. Journalism involves writers and poets. They share stories with people. Reporters use current information to tell people what is going on in the world today. Broadcast and sound technicians install, set up, and operate electrical equipment. These are used in television programs, cable programs, and movies. They share current information with the world and operate the electrical programs to produce the broadcast.
For skills you need to know how to speak, monitor, coordination, writing, active listening, reading, time management, judgement, and complex problem solving.
You will need skills such as speaking, active listening, critical thinking, writing, complex problem solving, and coordination.
It pays about $34.31 an hour, which has an annual pay of $71,350 a year.
Journalism and Broadcasting
Annual Pay ...
The annual pay for a talent director varies. The average hourly pay is $34.31 per hour and $71,350 annually.
The pay for this specific job is around $55,00 which is around $26.50 hourly
Job Advancement
Competition to get a job at large metropolitan and national newspapers, broadcast stations, and magazines will be tough.
Small publications and broadcast stations will provide the best opportunities.
There are no advancements.
In the next few years, there will be around 60,000 jobs available.
There are jobs available, but once your in the job don't quit, because the growing rate of this type of job is very slow.
Jobs Available
Right now, there are around 70,000 jobs available in this career this year.
53 percent of the people in this field have a Bachelor's Degree, while only 16 percent have no degree to a high school Degree, and the other 15 percent have a Doctoral or a Professional Degree.
Currently, there are job openings in big cities such as New York, Los Angeles, and Miami. In Louisiana, there are currently no job openings for a talent director. Nationally, there are about 37,900 job openings and about 104,000 people working in this industry.
To be a broadcast news analysts, you need to acquire a Bachelor's Degree and study journalism.
Top 5 schools are:
1. American Film Institute (Los Angeles) ($38,416)
2. University of Southern California ($42,000)
3. Beijing Film Academy (You pay for the films you make)
4. New York University Tisch of the Arts ($45,674)
5. University of California Los Angeles (Price depends on what degree you choose to get)
Radio Operator
Monitor emergency frequencies, listen for messages form military, government, or 9/11. In life or death/ important situations .
Operate radio equipment in aircraft, camps,oil rigs.
You will need very good speaking skills to communicate with the other person on the other end of the radio. The most important skill will be listening skills.
$20.23 hourly, $42,080 annual
Options of Advancement
None there will be no real growth in people gaining any jobs for the next couple of years.
Will need at least a high school diploma, but if you want better pay then you will need a associate's or bachelor degree
Job Availability
Not really much of an opening
Only expected to have a total of 300 job openings over next 3 years
Schools that Offer Programs
International Academy of Design and Technology- Chicago
Full Sail University- Florida
Grand Canyon University-Arizona
Kaplen University- Iowa
Louisiana Technical College
Most of today's talent directors have a four-year Bachelor's degree.
Schools that you can attend to study journalism could be Louisiana Tech, Northwestern State University, and LSU.
Great speaking skills , time managing, good judgement and decision making skills.
The Best Schools That Offer This Program.
Broadcast News Analysts
Radio Operator
University of Southern California
University of Miami
University of Georgia
Boston University
Journalism and Broadcasting
The hourly pay for this job is $26.63.
Top 3 Louisiana Schools
The annual pay for this job is $55,380.
1. Tulane University of Louisiana (New Orleans)
2. Louisiana College (Alexandria)
3.Dillard University (New Orleans)
They speak or read from scripts for news
channels, Read commercial messages and
interview guests on radio or television.
Some of their responsibilities are to
prepare and deliver news reports, make comments about the music and have your own opposition about certain things.

Some skills needed for this career are speaking, active learning, writing, judgment and decision making, and time management.
$14.37 an hour
$28,020 annual
Options for advancement would be maybe if you find out that talking on the radio is something you love and you stay with it for a while, you could start your own radio station.
There is many jobs available now all over the United States. In the future the percentage for jobs that will be available doesn't seem to be moving.
Most people in this career have a bachelors degree or high school with a diploma. Some people even have little to no college.
-Centenary College
-Delgado Community College
-Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
-Tulane University of Louisiana
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