10 Signs That You Work in a TV Station

It doesn’t matter if you have been working in a television station for years or if you are just looking for your first job out of school, eventually there are going to be certain things you can relate to that other people outside of the broadcast industry simply can’t. Here is a list of 10 signs […]
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Six Phrases to Learn for Radio Broadcasting

Have you ever toured a radio station before and heard background conversations peppered with lingo you just did not understand? Someone talked about a clambake and you assumed it was a new restaurant in town, or a different individual brought up a belly punch and you rushed to the window because you thought a fight […]
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Famous TV Broadcasters: Lou Dobbs

Lou Dobbs Studying and learning from the famous television broadcasters before you is always an excellent course of study. It allows you to take in their experiences and use what they learned while building from it. One of the most famous TV broadcasters and radio personalities still on the air is Lou Dobbs. He has […]
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Tips for Writing Radio News Scripts

Creating radio new scripts is definitely a different process than writing for television or print. In radio, you must be able to catch the listeners’ attention immediately. Depending on the station and the element of the feed, radio news scripts range from 30 to 90 seconds. As a radio announcer, you will need to be […]
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Meet Erika Del Sordo

Join us on Thursday 11/5/2015 at 6:30pm as we welcome Erika Del Sordo. This event is free and open to the public. Reservations aren’t required, but space is limited and are filling fast. If you’d like to guarantee your seat, complete the registration form below!
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Lighting Equipment for Video Production

Lighting is an essential part of any video production. When you watch a student film or movie made by amateurs, what is it that stands out the most? While often inferior acting and possibly incorrect camera angles might also be at play, it is usually the poor lighting that draws the most attention. Lighting can […]
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Essential TV Shows for Broadcasters

If you are considering going into broadcasting, you probably have a love for all things television and production. But what actually goes on behind the scenes when the cameras are and are not rolling? After all, you don’t really get to see any of that on TV. With the help of a few television shows, […]
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Famous TV Broadcasters: Al Roker

If you are interested in going into the broadcasting business as a possible television personality, Al Roker is an excellent individual to study. While he initially cut his teeth on weather reporting, he went on to become a mainstay on NBC’s Today Show and has continued to be one of the longest tenured co-hosts on the program. […]
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5 Under Appreciated Jobs In Broadcasting

            In the world of broadcasting, most of all the glory goes to a handful of positions. This is the anchors and those who appear on camera, the directors and also the producers. Depending on the production and whether it is for live broadcasting or for film, the director of […]
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Important TV Jobs Behind the Camera

Many people fantasize about being on television, but those we see on camera are far from the only people working in the broadcasting industry. Here are a few fun behind-the-scenes-television jobs that could be yours one day. Cameraperson In the event that you have a PC with a camera and an account with YouTube, you’ve […]
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