Journalism And Mass Media

 




Mass Communication is all about impacting the masses through news, views, and opinions. People consume the news and views through multiple mediums like radio, TV, magazines, the internet, social media, films, or any other platform. People (the masses) then form opinions based on these communications emanating from these channels. Mass communication is a broad field that includes photography, filmmaking, journalism, advertisement, public relations, content writing, blogging, and print media, among others. Here, one should note that the purpose of mass communication includes news, entertainment, and information, to name a few. 


On the other hand, journalism mainly focuses on communicating news to people across all genres – politics, economics, business, science, sports, or entertainment news. Journalism includes three simple steps: Collecting data or news, writing and editing it, validating it with facts and pictures, broadcasting it to the masses through all channels including print and electronic media. As the name suggests, print media includes newspapers and magazines, and electronic media includes TV, radio, and the Internet.

   



Career Opportunities in Journalism

  • TV anchor/news reporter
  • Newspaper editor/reporter
  • Proof-reader in print/electronic media
  • Content Developer in print/electronic media
  • Photojournalist
  • Translator
  • Camera manager
  • Creative designer
  • Researcher in print/electronic media
  • Producer
  • Set Manager


        

Career Opportunities in Mass Communication

One can expect to make a remarkable career after finishing a course in Mass Communication as there are plenty of opportunities in different fields like:

  • Branding & Advertising
  • Film Making
  • Video Editing
  • Photography
  • Public Relations
  • Radio Jockey, Video Jockey
  • Journalism
  • Content Writing and Development
  • Event Management
  • Creative Direction
  • Sound Mixing and Recording





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