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Everything You Need To Know To Make Career In Print Journalism

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Everything You Need To Know To Make Career In Print Journalism

Everything You Need To Know To Make Career In Print Journalism

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Print journalism is one of the multifaceted jobs in the journalism industry. This is the reason there are many people who love being a print journalist. If you are exploring career options or if you are already interested in making a career in print journalism, then this is the article you must read.

What is Print Journalism?

The job of a reporter, writer, or communist in print media is called print journalism. One can become a print journalist in any newspaper or magazine.

Educational Qualification:

To become a print journalist, you must have done the following courses from an authorized print journalism institute:

●     Graduation in Journalism and Mass Communication.

●     Masters in Mass Communication and Journalism.

Skills:

Similar to any other journalism job, print journalism also demands certain skills in the performer. To become a successful journalist in print media, you must have or cultivate the following skills:

Print journalism institutes often help students to cultivate and enhance these skills. Thus, to make a successful career in the print journalism field, it is necessary to choose the right institute.

Job Description:

●     Travel to remote locations where the incident of news to be covered is happening.

●     Analyze the scene and collect the facts from officials and locals to write the news.

●     Create a first draft of the news and perform facts checks.

●     Write the unbiased, correct, and unstated news.

This news generally goes to the editor or another concerned officer for the final review before publishing.

Salary

The package of a print journalist depends on the agency in which he/she works. Also, when you just get started with your career in print journalism, you might not get the handsome package. However, skilled and versed journalists in the print industry earn as much as 20,000 to 50,000 US Dollars per annum.

NIMCJ is renowned journalism and mass communication colleges in India. They proffer specialized courses in radio journalism, print journalism, digital media, etc. To know more visit www.nimcj.org.
 




12 Mar 2020

Post by : NIMCJ