Guide to Broadcasting Schools

A career in broadcasting isn’t just for those who want to smile pretty and deliver the evening news to millions of viewers. Broadcasting also involves those who film, edit and produce the material being read by on-air personalities. Broadcasting involves both television and radio.

Depending on the type of career you wish to have, there are broadcasting schools and colleges with various types of degrees. Most broadcast journalists have four-year degrees, while more technical aspects such as producing may require a different level of education.

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