Do you enjoy music, interviews, and have a voice that was meant to be heard over the radio? If so, a broadcasting career may be for you. Those who want to pursue a career in radio or television broadcasting can earn their Associate of Arts degree in broadcasting after two years of studying at a broadcasting school or program.
A broadcasting degree can lead to various careers, some of them are:
- Copy writer
- Sports broadcaster
- Radio station manager
- And more!
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Different industries will also have different job outlooks and salaries for broadcasters. Radio and television broadcasting have the highest concentration of jobs although the video and movie production industry will offer a higher salary but fewer jobs. Most of the radio and television broadcasting jobs will have a median salary of about $39,000 per year but the harder jobs to get into, the video and movie production jobs, the broadcaster can see the yearly salary double; with a median salary of $79,000.
There are also many different concentrations that students can study that will help them to hone in on specific skills. Degrees are offered in specifically journalism, investigative journalism, radio broadcasting and television broadcasting. Each of these outlets for broadcasting have their own specialties, for instance, the journalist will work primarily behind the scenes, writing for newspapers or magazines while the radio broadcaster will work at a radio station working various types of soundboards and other electronic devices that help to get the show on the air.
The outlook for anyone interested in a broadcasting degree is looking good. According to the statistics released by bls.gov, the profession is estimated to remain on a growing trend at about 2% job growth per year. This is a profession where the student can achieve a quality, successful career that they can be proud of in under two years from a wide range of broadcasting schools nationwide.
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