What should you major in if you want to be a T.V Show Host or an on air personality?
I am asking this question because I am really interested in going into a career within these fields and I want to prepare myself in college. Thank you for listening! Hope you have a great day. #college #communications #communication #television #broadcast-television #telecommunications
There are several avenues to take related to your field of interest. It depends on if you're looking more towards news or something more entertainment based that might require scripting and adlibbing. If on the news side, I would agree with previous response of Broadcast Journalism. Mass Communications/Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Business Administration, Psychology/Human Behavior are some that come to mind. I would also suggest looking at theater department and TV productions that your school has to get some background, network, or find mentors. That way, if you go with something more traditional such as Communications or Marketing, you will also get feedback and hands on experience in your desired field.
I would suggest that you look into performing arts.
I'd recommend doing a Communications major. Be sure to pad your resume with a lot of real-world experience, though. Start off early doing cameras or basic work for a news outlet or TV station. This industry is highly competitive and those who have experience even at a high school and college level are often the individuals who get the best opportunities right away.
As all had said. Broadcasting Communication. I would minor in English, Business, or New Media.
Many of the current TV Show host on the news networks have a degree in Law. If you are interested in those types of TV shows than you may want to consider getting one.
I think in order to be a successful TV host or on Air Personality you'll need to be able to read and speak in front of people quite a lot. So, I would say major in Public Relations/ Public Communications and put yourself out there. Make sure people know who you are, make yourself known. While in school, get an internship at a radio station, TV station or small production studio to begin your networking. Once you have a bit of experience and a bit of money, get yourself an agent and start auditioning. Your agent should be able to assist you in developing your portfolio and sample audition tapes to distribute to different agencies. If you work hard, meet the right people and be in the right place at the right time, you will get your much needed lucky break. Good Luck
I would recommend Communications, Journalism, English or Business
I would say the following are good choices:
Any major that is primarily a 'writing' major
Also, end it with a three (3) year J.D. (Law Degree)
As many have answered: Broadcasting, Broadcasting Journalism, Journalism, Communications, Writing, Language, etc... another thing that would not hurt is perhaps an internship or job (PT). Gaining hands on experience and working closely with experts or others in the field.
A great field to go toward. You should definitely major in communications or broadcast journalism.
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I would recommend a communications and business degree this will help you to know both sides of the business. In addition to the degree I would invest in voice and acting classes.
Great question! In my opinion, I would look at the school I want to attend first. A lot of schools will have different program options. Once you know the school you want to attend, speak with an academic counselor. I'm confident it will be along the lines of communication or journalism. Good luck in your future endeavors!!
Awesome field that one you want to be in. I will definitely recommend you to look in to Communications and Business. This will give you a broad option to see your career from different angles. Then you can get more technical as far as broadcasting options, TV or Radio. The business world is not a small one and you will want to understand how the business word work and how to properly communicate with different audiences. Be sure to look for real mentors in the areas that you are interested on. Mentor-ship is priceless.
Hello, I would recommend majoring in business, marketing, and or communications.
You could try broadcasting, journalism, communications or something in the liberal arts.
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