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Announcer!! Presentation Transcript

  • 1.
    • This PowerPoint will tell you about..
    • The job
    • Education path
    • The outlook on the job
    • The salary amount
    • Employers
    • And job openings
    Announcer PowerPoint by: Steven and chase
  • 2. About the Job
    • Announce programs, news, music, and commercials
    • Must be well informed and expert in their field
    • at small radio/ t.v. stations they can also…
      • sell commercial time, work the control board, or write news
      • At larger stations other people do these jobs
    • Most work 40 hours per week or work split shifts
  • 3. Education path
    • Require a minimum of an
    • - associate degree from broadcasting school
    • - or college
    • Most receive bachelors degree because…
    • competition for a job is so intense
    • Experience is very important
    • Part time or summer work will help
    • good classes to take in high school
    • Are advertising, promotion and psychology
  • 4. Outlook
    • Will face keen competitions for position fight
    • Employment is affected by
    • Programming practices in radio/TV broadcasting industries
  • 5. Salary
    • Range is 15,910 to 49,980
    • Salary is affected by
    • The organization size, type, and location
    • and by employee education and experience
  • 6. Employers
    • In Wisconsin; Mabel Tainter Theater (Menomonie)
    • Radio Networks      Radio Stations      Television Broadcasting
    • Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages) (3%)      Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages)
    • Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers (2%)      Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers
    • Performing Arts Companies (1%)      Theater Companies and Dinner Theaters      Dance Companies      Musical Groups and Artists
    •       All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries
    •      Other Performing Arts Companies Other Amusement and Recreation Industries (1%)      Golf Courses and Country Clubs      Skiing Facilities      Marinas      Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers      Bowling Centers
  • 7. Employers (continued)
    • Performing Arts Companies (1%)      Theater Companies and Dinner Theaters      Dance Companies      Musical Groups and Artists      Other Performing Arts Companies Other Amusement and Recreation Industries (1%)      Golf Courses and Country Clubs      Skiing Facilities      Marinas      Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers      Bowling Centers self workers primary 23% ; secondary 11%
  • 8. The end now find a job like this one All info from www.wiscareers.wisc.edu