Radio & TV/Media Arts

 

 

Overview

In Radio and TV, students will have hands-on experience with equipment such as cameras, working in studios, and broadcasting on WDPS FM and DPS TV.

College

Students in Radio and TV will take courses in digital imaging, digital illustration, and digital video at Sinclair before graduation. This gives them the opportunity to earn up to 9 hours of college credits before graduating from high school.

Careers

Assistant Producer, Video Editor, Producers, Television Announcers, Radio Announcers, Program Directors, Reporters, News writers, Broadcast news analysts, Weathercasters, Sportscasters, Assistant news directors, Assignment editors, And more...

Salary

Median salary ranges for Radio and TV

Camera operator:16,000 to 76,000; TV reporter: 20,000 to 95,000; Broadcast technician: 25,000 to 80,000; Technical director: 75,000 to 95,000; Producer: 30,000 to 90,000

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