I want to be a television broadcast producer. Should I go to school for communications (broadcasting) ? What kinds of things do I need to know about this job? Should I think about doing something else? Please & Thank you!
I used to be really good at writing but i'm not so much anymore. Should I still do the journalism aspect of Broadcasting? Sorry if these are dumb questions. I'm just so lost!
I was wondering how does someone become a television producer? What kind of education do you need? Experience? Specifically, if you want to work for major networks like CBS, ABC or NBC and handle their primetime or daytime division or start your own production company.
What advice would you give to help someone accumulate the proper experience and skills? And prime themselves for a career in television production?
Thank you in advance.
I've been questionning myself about my dream job lately and I've found out that I got a huge passion about music. I'd like to know if I can fit that interest into a career in the radio industry somehow. Can somebody help me?
As well, does a record producer and music producer do the same thing?
I need to write how they are relating to each other :
drama teacher,singing teacher,dance teacher,theatre marketing assistant,musical theatre teacher,director,producer,actor/actress,make-up artist,choreographer, designer,lighting director,sound director,stage manager,broadcast presenter,musician atc.
I need to make like a diagram to show how all these jobs are related to each other.
But i don't know where to start!
btw.It's not even my homework!!!
When I say producer I mean music, not movies.
I can't make up my mind about which to be. I'm going to school for film now but need to choose my focus by next semester. What are the jobs of each? What is the pay, workload, etc.
I love movies.
I mean, LOVE movies(:
I wanna become a movie/tv producer/director, and I'm still in high school.
I wanna do more to become one, so what should I do?
I have to prepare a mock budget for a film for school. Where can I see how much freelance directors and producers make on a project?
I really like music and i was thinking about some jobs related to music. if there's any other profession that is good please suggest some. thx ^^
I dream of working for an entertainment company such as MTV, VH1, E!, etc. What would be my area of study in college? What degree should I go for in order to get a good enough job with decent income?
Feel free to include other INFO that you have! :)
I'm just doing a little reading on career descriptions online. I was somewhat interested in some of the jobs which have to do with broadcasting, like Segment Producers for MLB. I was wondering if anyone with experience in a job like this could describe/tell me what the working environment is like.
Let's say you worked at the UN war crime tribunal as a broadcasting director for a year and you're interested in working for a large news organization like CNN or the BBC as a producer or director. Is that a big asset if you ever apply?
I don't really know what I want to do for the rest of my life, but I'm interested in working in broadcast journalism/ writing for a magazine / working in tv shows as producer, writer, etc...
I'm aware that in these types of fields one should gather a lot of experience through internships, and I expect to do that.
Is there any major that will allow me to "dabble" in all of the above while I explore what I really want to focus on?
You know how there's a little picture in the left or right corner of the screen? the person who changes the pictures every time a new story comes up, what's their job called?
I'm a communications major and I want to be a broadcast journalist but I need to know that it's a good job. I also have a caribbean accent, will that affect my career? And it would help if you know of any other jobs in TV production that makes a lot of money. Plz help me.
How many Fox News producers will have to be fired to satisfy the liberals?
The heliciopter video was on a 5 second delay, the anchor was shouting to cut it off, but it went on the air anyway.
How is this worse than NBC intentionally editing the Zimmerman 911 call?
My mom keeps telling me that I should pursue another career (ie Science) for more high-paying jobs, but I'm definitely more interested in the liberal arts and such.
Just looking for a career for the rest of my life i have been interested with being a camera operator for a while know, and one more question is what are some jobs that travel.
I'm thinking about majoring in this or either Broadcast Journalism. But what can I do with a BA in Communication? Broadcast Journalism? Help, Thanks!