How to become a media producer & presenter
What does a media producer & presenter do?
Duties and tasks
- Manage artistic and media productions to ensure quality, cost and time specifications are met.
- Direct the development art policies, artistic programs and media production strategies.
- Hire and coordinate a staff of production experts.
- Manage media production facilities and equipment, including studios, editing equipment and stage and film equipment.
- Research current stories on which to report or comment upon.
- Prepare and read news bulletins, make special announcements, invite and interview guests and provide commentary on world events.
- Present information on sports, politics and social, and economic news.
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- Political commentator
- Radio announcer
- Radio broadcaster
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