Broadcasting Jobs

iHireBroadcasting works hard to discover jobs in the broadcasting field as well as aid employers with hiring in this sector. This encompasses positions for performers/reporters (ex: anchors, announcers, meteorologists, hosts), video editors, audio/visual personnel (ex: audio engineers, camera operators, lighting technicians, master control operators), writers, management/executive staff (ex: sales managers, account executives, producers, directors), and assignment editors.

Though decreased interest in radio and television advertisement will limit growth in occupations dependent on these mediums (i.e. announcers, reporters, news analysts), those working in technology and operations should expect to see a greater rise in job prospects. Between 2014 and 2024, the employment outlook for this group projects a 3.7% increase for media and communication workers and a 5.4% rise for media and communication equipment personnel. States with the highest concentrations of broadcasting opportunities are the District of Columbia, California, Alaska, Minnesota, and Nevada.

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