Six Phrases to Learn for TV Broadcasting

If you have ever explored a TV station, then you have likely heard background chatter filled with slang that you could not quite understand. Much like other high-tech businesses, TV broadcasting uses very specific expressions and idioms. Different countries on various continents often use the very same expressions no matter where you go. This shows […]
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Five Historic Television Broadcasts

Television has helped the world share in many memorable moments. Most of us got our first glimpse of these breaking stories via a television broadcast and we will dicuss five such stories here. Some are heartbreaking, some are heartwarming, but they all brought our nation together around our TV sets. September 11, 2001 The events […]
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Seven Must-Have Skills to be a Multimedia Journalist

Over the last few years, journalism has changed rapidly as technology allowed for easier access to the news. Today, with the widespread mobile use of the Internet, journalism is evolving into even more areas. A multimedia journalist must be able to share stories and newsworthy articles over a wider range of outlets by using a […]
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Famous TV Broadcasters: Dan Patrick

If you have ever watched sports on TV with more than just a passing interest, then you have at least heard the name Dan Patrick. For decades, his name was synonymous with ESPN’s flagship program SportsCenter. His radio show has also been on the air since 1999 and even though he left ESPN in 2007, the […]
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Five Books Every Radio Broadcaster Should Read

As someone interested in the radio industry, chances are you are focused on the technology at hand, improving your voice and looking into different ways to help yourself stand out. To that end, some of the most important information you can use to prepare yourself for such a career is found in a handful of […]
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Contest: B96 Jingle Bash Reporter

Do You Have What It Takes To Be Backstage?!?   The winner of the B96 Jingle Bash Reporter Audition will have the opportunity to hang out with B96 personalities and personnel before the Jingle Bash and will experience first-hand visibility, including a ‘backstage’ tour, a pair of premium tickets, meet and greet passes, and an […]
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Five Books Every TV Broadcaster Should Read

TV broadcasting is the career choice of many college-aged students today. If you are interested in preparing for a successful run as a broadcaster, there are five books that you should make it a point to read. Each book will give you a different look at your chosen field. The first and most important book you’ll want […]
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Tips for Writing Television News Scripts

When working in television, especially television news, it is very important to have quality writing. The information needs to be concise, to the point and yet informative without any sort of opinion interjected into it. This can make it difficult, especially for individuals just starting off in the industry. If you are looking to improve […]
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Tips for Improving Your Radio Voice

Do you have a love for all things radio? Would you like to speak to millions of listeners around the country, either with a talk show, a top 40 radio program or some other type of show? If so, heading to broadcasting school is an excellent opportunity for you. Now, some people have a great […]
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Tips for Shooting Video for Broadcast

If you are interested in pursuing a career in broadcasting and have a keen eye for video, perhaps becoming a videographer is in your career path. When you go to school, you are going to learn many tips and techniques about how to improve not only your framing and shot selection, but how to make […]
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