Photos in the memory of Broadcast journalist Jiyar Gol’s wife
Many aspiring journalists first gain experience by taking high school journalism classes and getting involved in their high school newspapers or news programs. Broadcast journalism is a very competitive field because of the limited number of stations in each market. Learning the duties of each role in broadcast journalism, whether in front of or behind the camera, will provide the most flexibility in a career. The trends in online video and radio are promising for broadcast journalists and may mean more jobs and opportunities in the future. The minimum education required of broadcast journalists is a bachelor’s degree.