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BroadcastingAn Education in Broadcasting

Broadcasting schools are usually found as smaller schools within larger universities or colleges. Many schools which specialize in journalism have programs for broadcasting as well. As a broadcasting student, you will take courses in mass communications, freedom of speech, analysis of audiences, technical requirements of broadcasting, and programming.

Broadcasting schools teach you editing, producing and casting skills to use behind the camera, and speaking and interviewing skills to use in front of it.

Careers in Broadcasting

There are many career paths available in broadcasting. Opportunities await you in television and radio, in roles ranging from camera operation to production. All broadcasting schools teach interviewing skills so that their students can get to the heart of a matter in a televised interview.

People who wish to become radio personalities will need to feel comfortable discussing popular culture, politics, social commentary, and music. Television news anchors will need voice lessons and makeup application to look and sound good on live broadcasts. Broadcasting attracts people who love news and information, who crave some kind of notoriety.

Finding a Broadcasting School 

If you wish to specialize in a certain area of broadcasting, it’s best to find broadcasting schools which offer those courses. If you have a special interest in minority work, activism, independent media or international coverage, find a broadcasting school with a faculty who can encourage you in your studies.

Many broadcasting schools have connections with political watchdog groups, environmental organizations, and groups for advancement of the media; it is important that these schools produce conscientious and active graduates to forge new pathways in broadcasting.

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