Many years ago it used to be that when it came to the type of media that workers could work in the options were limited. There was print newspapers and an occasional handout of sorts but that was it. Soon radio followed and after that television. Currently there are a half dozen types of media outlets that let a person choice what type of media that they work in.
Here are the various forms of communication which are considered media and the various types of jobs that are available for them.
Print Newspapers. Print newspapers are probably the oldest form of media outlets out there for a person to work in. They have been around for 100s of years and are responsible for the line of communication between the public and direct events that are being held. Newspapers have a wide range of workers from reporters, writers, editors and even photographers. There is a wide range of jobs available for those looking to work in print.
Television. TV started developing as a form of media in the early 1930s when people viewed it as a form of moving radio. Some of the first broadcasted items are that of the news worthy headlines so that people would get the information that they needed and wanted. TV has a large variety of workers from writers, producers, researchers, cameramen, newscasters and other people. There are plenty in front and behind the camera jobs that are available.
Internet. The Internet is quickly becoming one of the most used forms of media. It is even occasionally replacing that of the newspaper or even TV. Some TV media workers actually streamline the news online so that viewers can see what is being telecasted on TV. There are many jobs available on the media aspect of this when it comes to the Internet. There are web developers, camera crews, newscasters, writers, editors and producers.