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Careers In Broadcasting

Exhibit knowledge of the history of television/radio and their roles in the mass media.  Identify related careers.  Develop individual skills to marketable levels with decision-making capabilities for entry-level positions in the field or on college publication staffs.  Assume management/editorial positions for the publications staff.
See also:  The Arts - Film - Careers In Film

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How Much Does a Broadcast Journalist Make?
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How much a broadcast journalist makes depends on their specific job description and on the market size, as a broadcast journalist in Los Angeles can make far more than one in Topeka. Understand the range of journalist salaries with insider informat... [more]
April 26, 2010 at 09:13 AM
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Ages: 10 - 18
What Does It Take to Be a News Reporter?
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In order to be a news reporter, a person usually needs a bachelor's degree in journalism or a related field, and they usually need to be able to meet deadline and think quickly on their feet. Learn about the changing qualifications for unconventi... [more]
May 11, 2010 at 02:18 PM
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Tartan Broadcasting - Morning Announcements
From youtube.com, produced by Tartan Broadcasting - Glendora High School
This video is a sample broadcast from Glendora High School.  It begins with the Pledge of Allegiance and then covers a variety of announcements from several different clubs and organizations at the school.  The video might be used in a broadcasting o... [more]
January 27, 2011 at 11:06 PM
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