Tell Me How Career Series: Television Reporter
Tell Me How Career Series ‚Ä∞√õ√í Career Education & Opportunities for Young People. Recommended for both School, Public Libraries and Guidance Offices. The Tell Me How series is a necessary addition to any library, guidance center of school curriculum. It explores a large number of career opportunities for young people and features real people doing real jobs. In this program, host Melody Young visits the network studios with reporter Jeanne Ohm out in the field and in the studio. She learns about the roles of journalists and producers and experiences first hand the constant demands and rewards involved in television news. Subjects Covered Include: Careers related to a television reporter. What else does the reporter do prior to being on the news? Do you have to go to college to be a TV reporter? What courses should you take to be a TV reporter? Why is research important to be a TV reporter? Why do you need to be able to write well to be a tv reporter? What does going live mean? Do TV reporters read a lot? Do TV reporters have to work with a lot of different people? Are computers important to TV reporters?