Careers and Jobs in the Media

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2005 - Mass media - 124 pages
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The media attracts a large number of school leavers and graduates each year - 24,000 people work in broadcast television and 23,000 in radio alone.

Careers and Jobs in the Media covers a wide range of job opportunities and looks at the different sectors within this wide ranging industry. It includes crucial information on how to get a job in journalism, publishing, broadcast media (TV and Radio), film and new media.

Each sector is described in detail with information on the structure of the industry, occupational areas, allied professions and how to get started.

Packed with case studies, top tips, details of training courses, and a useful directory of contacts, it is a vital introduction to this increasingly popular industry.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Publishing
17
television
31
radio
47
New media
71
Frequently asked questions
95
Where to study
101
Useful addresses
117
Index
123
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About the author (2005)

Simon Kent is a journalist and the author of a number of highly successful books, including Odd Jobs, Getting a Top Job in the Arts and Media, and What Next After University, (all published by Kogan Page).

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