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As society becomes more accustomed to getting its news online via websites, video, or broadcast TV or radio, the Army National Guard needs Public Affairs Broadcast Specialists to tell the Guards story. Broadcast journalists write, produce, and present digital and broadcast news, entertainment, and music programming.
You will learn how to operate a video camera, program a disc jockey show, and put on a live-to-tape television newscast in all positions (anchor, control room operator, director, and camera person). You may also participate in and supervise the operation of radio or television broadcast teams or the Armed Forces Radio Television Service.
Research, prepare, and disseminate information through news releases, radio, and television products
Perform as writer, reporter, editor, videographer, producer, and program host in radio and television productions
Maintenance of assigned equipment, vehicles, and generators
Some of the Skills Youll Learn
Videography and video editing
Voice skills for anchoring television news and performing as a disc jockey
Writing news, feature, and sports copy for radio and television
Radio and television programming and production
Interest in English, journalism, communications, computers, and photography
Ability to speak clearly in front of an audience
Enjoy researching facts and issues for news stories
Can write clearly and concisely
Plus, you'll be building a better future. The skills you learn as a Public Affairs Broadcast Specialist will help prepare you for a future with wire services, as well as radio and television stations. You'll be qualified to pursue a career as a journalist, newscaster, disc jockey, writer, director, producer, editor, or correspondent.
Earn While You Learn
Instead of paying to learn these skills, get paid to train. In the Army National Guard, you will learn these valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance.
Job training for Public Affairs Broadcast Specialists consists of 10 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and up to 12 weeks of Advanced Individual Training. Training consists of both classroom and field work.