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You've made your decision that you want to get a job in the Broadcasting Industry, whether it's Radio, Television or some other aspect of Media/Broadcast.
Most people would tell you "go to college, earn your Mass Communications Degree. Work on the College Radio station, Intern at a Local Station and you're set.” If anyone tells you that, unfortunately, they don't know the Broadcasting Industry. College will possibly give you the opportunity to work for the college station, where things aren't usually very strict. You'll have some hands on experience, but not enough to know what you have to do when you work for a real radio station. You won't learn how to run a remote broadcast or work a remote yourself. You won't learn how to run a promotion or work a promotion. You won't always get the experience in editing or recording radio spots. You won't get the real hands-on experience that you need. You also won't get to know people who work in Radio or Broadcasting. School is important but the key to working in Broadcasting are Connections. Do what you can to learn what you need to learn and to meet who you need to meet because what you know may help but who you know will help more.
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Digital Broadcasting Group
American Broadcasting Company
Hearst-Argyle Television Inc.
Clear Channel Communications
Emmis Communications Corp.
McGraw-Hill Broadcasting Group
Public Broadcasting Service
Sinclair Broadcast Group
Cox Radio Inc.
Triad Broadcasting Company
Nexstar Broadcasting Group
and many more....
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