Learning Styles Courses Interest Areas Favorite Occupations Overview Salary/Potential Employers Example Titles Employment Requirements Useful Courses Useful Experiences Work Environment Main Duties Employment Prospect AGENDA
For my results, I am 26% kinesthetic, 22% auditory and 52% visual. In my final report, I am a visual learner. Visual learner= looking and seeing. Kinesthetic learner= moving and touching. Auditory learner= hearing and listening. LEARNING STYLES
Top 3 Course Subject Areas Creative Arts Computers English Top 3 Favorite Courses Media Arts Introduction to Computer Studies English COURSES
INTEREST AREAS Creative Arts Art design, drama, film, publishing and music. Computers/Technology Software design, robotics and computer-based problem solving. Liberal Arts Topics such as humanities, and literature to natural and physical sciences.
FAVORITE OCCUPATIONS Television Host Journalist Television Station Manager
OVERVIEW To be a broadcasting manager, you need to coordinate the work of numerous teams to produce radio or television advertising and programming. Three qualities: Be outgoing and withdrawing! Know how to speak & write! Do not be camera shy!
SALARY/POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS The estimated salary of a broadcasting manager is $116,338 Some examples of potential employers Trade companies. Broadcasting companies. Other service companies.
EXAMPLE TITLES Some example titles include: Radio Station Manager Television Station Manager Purchasing Manager Publishing Manager Broadcast Technician
EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Four-year degree from a related field, such as broadcasting or journalism. A university degree or college diploma in communications, broadcasting or journalism. Several years of experience within the broadcasting industry is usually required. Most station managers have a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism and experience.
USEFUL COURSES Some courses in these programs include: Business/Media writing Research methods Media law Media economics Media history Social issues Economics & Marketing
USEFUL EXPERIENCES Some useful experiences are: Public Speaking Social communication Good leadership skills Experience performing in front of an audience
WORK ENVIRONMENT Work with radio, TV, or film companies, work in a comfortable, indoor office environment, and supervise the people in all of the other positions you are in charge. Fast-paced stressful job where you must have the ability to multi- task. Usually work day-evenings hours during the week, but may work longer to finish projects and meet deadlines.
MAIN DUTIES The main job of broadcasting managers: Organize the agenda for broadcasting companies Plan and maintain schedules for broadcasts Prepare and control budgets Hire and supervise staff
EMPLOYMENT PROSPECT Common targets include: Television stations seeking news anchors and reporters Radio stations looking for On-Air talents/personalities of all types Sports & entertainment enterprises with a variety of broadcasting needs and requirements
CONCLUSION Broadcasting managers can be an interesting career path. It is a potentially lucrative field for aspiring professionals. Very stressful job that requires multi-tasking skills in many different projects at a time. Coordinate with several teams to produce radio and television programs.