Broadcast Journalism

Broadcast Journalists work for television  or radio and deliver information to mass audience.

Broadcast Journalists can either work in front of a camera and behind the camera  as the process of creating news is very complex and multi-stage and involves many participants. That is why people specializing in Broadcast Journalism can find themselves in a variety of roles: anchors, directors, editors - all these professions are necessary for existing of TV and radio.

Graduates holding a degree in Broadcast Journalism receive enough skills and knowledge background to start a career in other areas of journalism - photojournalism, sports journalism, investigative journalism, working for magazines and newspapers.

Those who wish to start a career on TV or radio need to usually need to demonstrate their work portfolio - this means they need to start to work on their projects during their education and spend their free time for various internships and volunteering options.

Study programs in Broadcast Journalism

Those who wish to work as a Broadcast Journalist can either choose a basic study program in Journalism and Mass Communications or find a study program in Broadcast Journalism, which are more rare, but exist in a variety of universities abroad. Some specific study programs in Broadcast Journalism (both undergraduate and graduate) can be found on our website, for example, BA Broadcast Journalism  in University of Sunderland, UK,  MA International Broadcast Journalism, University of Sheffield Hallam University, UK, or MA Broadcast Journalism, University of Central Lancashire, UK. Use the Search button to find a study program which will be the most suitable for you.

07/18/17