Colleges for Broadcast Journalism cover a wide variety of career options. If you prefer to work in front of the camera, local television or radio broadcasting is an option. It’s a good idea to start at a small station as those positions are usually easier to obtain. Internships at local stations are often available and are a good addition to your resume. Likewise, experience at your school newspaper or radio station can help you secure entry-level positions. Whether you prefer to work in front of or behind the camera, a graduation or post-graduation from Colleges for Broadcast Journalism is sure to be an exciting and rewarding experience.