broadcast journalism


: journalism that is in the field of radio or television broadcasting rather than print
She wants to have a career in broadcast journalism.

Examples of broadcast journalism in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Born in Louisiana and raised in New Orleans, Cyrus graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in broadcast journalism. Aimée Lutkin, ELLE, 29 Aug. 2023 There, Brandi enrolled at the University of Miami and earned her master's in broadcast journalism. Jessica Sager, Peoplemag, 22 Aug. 2023 Hall has been a familiar face in broadcast journalism since the mid-1990s. Sophia Scorziello, Variety, 31 July 2023 And Wood started his professional career in media, earning a degree in broadcast journalism from Florida A&M University. Samantha Chery, Washington Post, 30 Apr. 2023 Born in Mount Vernon, Finch graduated from Mount Vernon High School before earning her bachelor of science degree from Georgetown University and later a master of science degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University. Abbey White, The Hollywood Reporter, 17 July 2023 Raised in Mount Vernon, New York, Finch earned a bachelor of science degree from Georgetown University, and received a master of science degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University, per her biography. David Chiu, Peoplemag, 17 July 2023 She was born in Mexico and raised in Los Angeles and holds a degree in broadcast journalism from Cal State Long Beach. Los Angeles Times, 10 July 2023 Christina graduated with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from Arizona State University in 2011. Christina Dugan Ramirez, Peoplemag, 3 July 2023 See More

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“Broadcast journalism.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 26 Sep. 2023.

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