Careers in Television
Teens love television. A career in that field seems exciting, creative, and lucrative. But how does one really move from television watcher to program creator, camera person, or producer? And what do all of those people, whose credits we see roll by each night, really do? This book explores the primary careers available to those who want to be involved in the television industry. From actor to reporter to program director, this book discusses job descriptions, education needed to get into those positions, and the salaries those people earn.
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