Radio/TV broadcasting students can go on to pursue a variety of careers in the media industry such as on-air talent, video and audio editors, social media managers, news and sports reporters, producers, directors, production personnel, etc. The link below provides a wealth of information about how to become an announcer, broadcast/sound engineering technician, editor, camera operator, photographer, public relations specialist, reporter, newscaster or writer.
The site gives a brief summary of what each occupation entails, what level of education is needed to get started in that field and the median pay for that occupation in 2019.
The occupations and wages identified below are representative of typical careers students in this program may secure upon graduation or upon completion of additional education and/or certifications. It is important to consult an academic advisor for assistance in coordinating your education track with your career path to ensure the journey is a smooth one.