How to become a news anchor?

How to become a news anchor?

What does a news anchor do?

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As a news anchor, you will work closely with reporters and will be responsible for gathering information, broadcasting newscasts throughout the day and interviewing guests.

Ultimately, you should be able to follow current events and present news stories to audiences in an informative,interesting and unbiased way.

These news anchors/presenters are stars in their own right. The people see them as messiahs who take up their issues, question the authorities and expose the misdeeds of people in power.

Their roles are important because they are what turn a day’s variety of news stories into a cohesive TV program.

To become a news anchor

Eligibility

To be eligible for a Journalism and Mass Communication course, a student must have scored at least 50% marks.

You need a degree in mass communication and journalism.

You can go for bachelor degree in journalism after your 12th in any stream.

Earn bachelor degree

Do an internship

Earn master degree 

You need to have passion to do things and work for long hours.

Salary

An entry-level news anchor with less than one year of experience can expect to earn up to 3-4 LPA. A news anchor with five to nine years of experience can earn up to 7-8 LPA.

Degrees

There are different courses in the field of Journalism that vary depending on the objective of the programme and the university that is offering the programme. Before picking any programme, you must learn more about the credits and the curriculum that is opted by the respective institute.

Bachelor degree eligibility

You can apply for journalism courses after you have passed class 12 with a minimum of 50% marks from any stream (Science, Commerce or Arts).

Some colleges require you to possess excellent communication skills, English speaking skills and writing skills.

Some colleges require to pass their entrance exam and personal interview and grop discussion.

Bachelor degree in mass communication and journalism (3 years)

BA in Journalism(3 years)

Bachelor of Journalism(3 years)

BA in Convergent Journalism(3 years)

Diploma course

A candidate must complete his/her 12th class.

Diploma in anchoring

Diploma in journalism

Diploma in journalism and Mass Communication

Pg diploma course

Pg diploma course eligibility

A candidate must have passed his Bachelor degree in any stream or journalism, mass communication etc.

PG Diploma in Direction and Screenplay Writing (1 year)

PG Diploma in Editing, Sound Recording & Design (1year)

MAsters course

A candidate must have passed his Bachelor degree in any stream or journalism, mass communication etc.

Some colleges require to pass their entrance exam and personal interview and grop discussion.

Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication(2 years)

Masters in Communication (2 years)

MA in Multimedia(2 Years)

MA in Entertainment, Media and Advertisement(2 years)

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