Journalism refers to any form of investigative reporting in any medium; whether print, online, television, or radio. While most often associated with the news, documentary film-making is another powerful form of journalism. Journalists perform in-depth research (even embedding in order to glean knowledge through experience) on current issues and events in order to share their findings with their audience.
Positions in journalism include news anchors, sports announcers, news correspondents, newspaper columnists, investigative reporters, editors, documentary filmmakers, and science writers.
Other types of jobs, such as video editors or print production planners, are also critical to journalism; but these positions are not restricted to journalism.
- Broadcast News Analyst
- Broadcast and Sound Engineering Technician
- News Analyst
- Television Announcer