Presenters generally act as the public face (or voice) on television and radio programme where they entertain and inform viewers of national and regional stations, and satellite and cable channels. In other words, they became the centre point for programmes, responsible for keeping it flowing at the appropriate pace, introducing and interviewing guests, and for providing links between segments that hold the programme together.

Basically, the main role of a TV/Radio presenter is to entertain and inform the targeted audience by presenting information or entertainment in an accessible and attractive way. The exact nature of this job varies according to the programme’s theme, for example news, weather, sport, music or lifestyle.

Related Courses
  • Diploma in Broadcasting and Film, IACT College Duration: 2.5 years | Study Mode: ( Full Time )
  • Diploma in Mass Communication, IACT College Duration: 2.5 years | Study Mode: ( Full Time )
  • Certificate in Communication Studies, IACT College Duration: 18 months | Study Mode: ( Full Time )
  • BA (Hons) Media, Culture and Communications, University of Sunderland Duration: 3 years | Study Mode: ( Full Time )
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