MY DREAM JOB
RULING THE MEDIA!
What does this mean
2) Read news flashes to inform audiences of important events.
3) Identify stations, and introduce or close shows, using memorized or read scripts, and/or ad-libs.
4) Select program content, in conjunction with producers and assistants, based on factors such as program specialties, audience tastes, or requests from the public.
5) Study background information in order to prepare for programs or interviews.
6) Comment on music and other matters, such as weather or traffic conditions.
Qualifications and educational requirements
1) For university you need a
Bachelor of Media- To be a news reporter or work in magazines and radio, anything that encompasses the entertainment or media sector.
I’ve included a law component as a buffer, so I could be a lawyer for media corporations, where things like defamation and copyright come into play.
Bachelor of Media and Bachelor of Law
Certificate III in Media
Certificate IV in screen and Media
Diploma of Journalism
Diploma of Screen and Media