$29,043 - $36,005
Average Per Year
What do Broadcast News Analysts do?
Reporters and broadcast news analysts are responsible for researching, writing and delivering news stories for television and radio broadcasts. Live broadcasters must be comfortable working in front of cameras and creating stories on short notice.
What are companies looking for specifically?
Reporters must possess excellent writing, editing and interviewing skills to write informative and entertaining stories for their readers and viewers. Many news analysts use social media, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to quickly deliver stories and information to local and national audiences.
- Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication or military equivalent preferred.