A specialized course under Creative Industries

About the Course –Television and Broadcasting

Television and Broadcasting degree course offers exciting and practical way to produce and make live television programs along with developing industry-level skills in media production. Graduates of this course become a multi-skilled, media-savvy broadcaster with good experience in camera-operating, sound recording, producing, presenting, directing, editing and writing for media platforms and television. The opportunity of using industry-standard video kit and working at multiple TV studios to produce and broadcast live television content  will prepare you for employment in the competitive world of broadcasting.

Broadcasting courses are often part of bachelor’s degree programs in communications or journalism, which may also include internships to provide students with field experience. Below is an outline of common concepts taught during broadcasting courses:

  • Basic reporting and writing
  • TV news production
  • Phonetics
  • Journalism ethics
  • Advertising

Career Prospect and Opportunity

As the need for media content continues to grow along with the popularity of platforms such as YouTube, Netflix, and TV, numerous employment opportunities are emerging and gaining popularity among the graduates.


This degree course can take you in many directions in the broadcasting industry. Many have secured jobs at household names such as Sky, BBC, IMG, Channel 4, Lion TV and Envy in roles such as:

  • camera operator
  • studio technician
  • video editor
  • studio manager
  • presentation scheduler
  • videographer
  • film/video producer


Employment Opportunity

A broadcaster is a member of the media who works on either radio or television. This individual’s job include passing along pertinent information. A broadcaster can deal with a variety of subjects such as news, music, entertainment, and more. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), sound engineering technicians received an average salary of $63,750 in 2018. In the same year, broadcast reporters and correspondents took home an average annual wage of $55,530, and television and radio announcers collected a mean salary of $51,630.

Course Available by Providers

The courses are generally provided at Diploma, Bachelor (UG), and Master (PG) levels.

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