About This Chapter
1. Media Reporter: Overview of Journalism Programs for Media Reporters
Learn about the education and preparation needed to become a media reporter. Get a quick view of the requirements as well as details about schooling, job duties and experience required to find out if this is the career for you.
2. News Reporter: What Types of Journalism Courses Should I Take?
News reporters require some postsecondary education. Learn about the education, job duties and requirements to see if this is the right career for you.
3. Broadcast Journalism Adult Education: Program Overviews
With a degree in broadcast journalism, you could be on your way to landing a job in this exciting and glamorous industry. A good broadcast journalism program will teach you to report, to produce, and ultimately to deliver the news for radio, television, and other broadcast media -- including new and emerging broadcast technologies such as podcasts.
4. Sports Journalism Graduate Programs by Level
Sports journalism programs teach students how to report on sporting activities across all forms of media. General aspects of journalism, such as methodology and ethics, will be covered, as well as research skills specific to sports journalism.
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