What does a
1: camera engineer do?
2: digital engineer do?
3: broadcasting engineer do?
I came across these terms while searching for jobs relating to inventing cameras...I also want to know the required field of study in engineering in order to pursue these jobs...(I'm interested in inventing hi-tech stuff overall)can i just study engineering in general?
(Sorry for the long question... ;P )
I'm getting very frustrated looking for an engineering job, so I'm trying to find other strategies to land my first engineering job. Human resources sucks, so I'm going ahead and sending my job applications to company employees. So my question is: is it appropriate to contact company employees on LinkedIn and send them my resume and cover letter?
If the only job experience hes got was outside of US.
Are there are certificates or exams he has to go thru first? or do people hire based on experience alone?
I am writing a paper as if I am 20-years-old and the year is 1955. What kind of education/ training would I need to get a job in radio broadcasting during this year? I am 20 years old now but was born in 1990, so this kind of information I am not sure of. Any help is appreciated!
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?
What education and training is needed to become an Audio Engineer and if there are any useful links, can you post also post them.
Please give as much as you know about the jobs and recommend some fun(if psychotic) jobs the military offers because I'm looking for a career choice. Thank you.
I'm writing a paper for school on how technological progress has its advantages and disadvantages. Anyone know a movie or show where a person loses their job because of this? I need it to relate something to in my paper. Thanks!
The idea would create jobs in TV broadcasting and communications industries, new jobs to broadcast engineers to producers to writers and many more.
Local Cable TV stations can produce local morning shows, local news, sit com, dramas, and game shows using local talent.
It can be funded by wealthy local entrepreneurs or as cooperatives or affiliates of the giants in the Philippines broadcasting industry like ABS-CBN Corporation and GMA Network Inc.
It would create jobs in the local communities and improve local businesses with a local media to provide advertising exposure for local products and services.
I'm going into Highschool this year, and a lot of stress is being put on planning for our futures. At the moment, I am planning on majoring in Psychology or something similar in college, and I was wondering what sort of jobs would be available for someone with a degree in that field.
Obviously, a psychologist is an option. But what about things that aren't normally associated with Psychology? For instance, could one become a teacher with a Psy. Degree? If you don't mind, could people share with the the different fields one could enter with a decent (4-8 year) Psychology degree?
Also, are there other majors similar to psychology?
Please and thank you, much love, people!
I have been offered the job of Broadcast Engineer at radio station(s) of the government owned Broadcasting Corporation....what is the scope and future of the job? What kind of job is it? Is it good, interesting, challenging job for a graduate Engineer? Would i develop skills and have a bright future ahead in it? Should i go ahead and join it?
She is who these programs are suppose to be for yet is having a hard time finding help. She is a single mother in Tennessee. She has a full time job but is having trouble making it by. What help can she get. Thank You
I went to a recording arts school in Vancouver B.C. and I am looking to get into the field.
Can I expect a long period of job hunting? Are the ANY jobs to begin with?
Like i know i want to be an engineer that doesn't have to do with biology.
Please suggest me a Research level project for my final year engineering related to computer science,preferably based on java.
Projects like banking system,website,library mgmt,etc, system are not being accepted in the college.
I want to have the job of a radio personality/talk show person...I'm not sure what it's called, or even how to get the job.
If you could tell me all about how much school you need to get this position, and anything else you know about the requirements, I would SO appreciate it!
I know this is quite possibly the most horribly worded question ever.
Basically what I want to know is how much school you need, and ANYTHING else that would be valuable to know.
I'm prior enlisted and about to go to MEPS on Monday and wanted to know beforehand what the Army would throw at me as far as jobs that they would offer. I scored 90 on my asvab and line scores across the board are all pretty high. I also have a bachelor's degree though I don't want to become an officer just yet.
I wanted to look at some job occupations that have a high salary. What ever I like the best is something I want to go to community college for. I need help
Is it possible to completely cut the signal coming in and out of a compressor when another signal is (occasionally) sent through its sidechain insert jack?
Security messages will soon use the same speakers as our college radio broadcast system and we need a hand-offs solution to cut the radio signal to let the security messages be heard.
It's an FM station. Perfect to nothing , simply by walking 6 or 7 feet from it.
Do I possess special antennic powers? Can I get a job serving as a human reception-enhancer?