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This book offers insight and guidance on how to break into broadcast media, with the author sharing his personal experiences of, and journey through, the industry. Written in a professional yet friendly style, full of practical tips and dos and don’ts, it helps newcomers navigate the industry and avoid many of the pitfalls. -Amazon UK Review
The Broadcast Media Inside Track:
A Newcomer’s Guide to Getting Your Dream Job
At last, a book offering real insight into careers in the broadcast media industry.
Author Ben Anchor helps aspiring media professionals identify the right approaches to job hunting and staying relevant in a rapidly changing profession.
In an industry notoriously dominated by talent and a job market obsessed with credentials it is vital to balance the two. Drawing on experiences from podcast guests and his own, the author takes the reader on a well thought through journey of personal discovery. Covering an approach to decision making and taking action that will move you closer to meaningful work and alignment with your deepest motives, character traits and technical skills. ?
The book leaves readers with an inner confidence about their core competencies and the ability to plug any gaps through professional and self development. Coming from the realistic starting point of just starting out, honing your interests to strengthen ties with the connections in your network. Discussing the value of communicating clearly in all the relevant mediums of the modern world about your skills and desire to build professional experience. ?
If you want to make leaps and bounds in your broadcast media career, this is the book for you. The best way to make progress is to learn from someone who’s already walked the path before you. This book is worth every penny as the ticket price for newcomers taking the inside track to getting their dream job in the broadcast media industry. ?
About the Author
Ben Anchor, He’s a Master of Science postgraduate in Creative Technology at Leeds Beckett University before forging a career in broadcast media. His journey includes experience with production, post-production, TV transmission, lecturing, broadcasters, service providers, cloud computing and projects in the capacity of freelance, full time employee and and his own consultancy. You can find more info and his podcast at ancast.co.uk/podcast
Based out of the bustling and compact London, he always finds time for a cycling trip outside of the city in the mountains as well as touring around the UK or Europe. A bit further afield, he’s always soaking up culture worldwide, especially by travelling through the 7 continents on his winter trips.