Television Reporter


Reporters or correspondents relay the news for television, radio, or online audiences. They may report on local stories and events and/or occurrences at the national or global levels. Typically, this requires reporters to conduct a range of research, complete interviews, gather and check facts, and deliver the information in a way that is easy for their audience to understand. As the name implies, TV reporters work for a particular television station and may be responsible for writing stories, conducting interviews on TV, utilizing social media, editing stories, and more. TV reporters generally need to meet certain education and experience requirements to enter and advance in the field. Here we break down the process to becoming a news reporter on TV

Job Prospect

Very Low

Work Environment

They work in a TV station. When not Broadcasting or editing the news in the TV station, they are in the field collecting information and doing research/investigations of stories

General and Personal Skills Required

Average Salary

Cost of Training

Recommended Level of Education


Professional Skills / Tools Required

Associated Disciplines

Journalism, Communcations