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WHY BROADCASTING?

The people working in local broadcasting are fortunate enough to have exciting careers in an industry that serves local communities across New York State. Whether an on-air news anchor, on-the-street reporter, account executive, producer, or marketing specialist, broadcasters can make a difference in their community.

 

Every year, students across the state are making decisions about their careers and many are unaware of the opportunities in local broadcasting. As such, it’s time to reach the next generation of broadcast professionals. Some students need help landing that first job or internship, and that's where networking comes in.

 

To remedy this situation, NYSBA has put together a library of short videos that describe what it is like to work in broadcasting as well as provide students with industry tips/advice. The videos are arranged by topic/profession and are less than a minute long. This initiative aims to encourage students to select broadcasting as a career upon entering college!

Randy Turner
Pamal Broadcasting

  • Director of Creative Services and Commercial Production

  • Program Director, Music Director, Image Director, Promotions Manager, Events Manager, On Air PM Drive Personality and Station Events Host for 92.9 and 96.5 WBPM FM (Kingston, NY)

  • Program Director, Music Director, and Image Director for Magic 92.5 WGHQ AM FM (Kingston, NY)

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