The media and entertainment industry is undergoing a major transformation, away from physical to digital channels. Today, the industry includes content creators, such as writers and film-makers, physical and digital content distributors (for example, television stations, newspapers), and storage and carrier services providers (telecommunications firms). Increasingly, the industry is seeing a wave of consolidation as various players try to position themselves for the opportunities of the future. For anyone seeking to enter the industry, the career opportunities are vast and exciting.

Learn about potential careers in media, communication, publishing, and entertainment, and the skills, and training that you need to succeed in this field.

How to Become an Internal Communications Specialist

Updated on 15 September 2017
Internal communications (or employee communications) is concerned with sharing information, building understanding, creating commitment and commitment. Internal communications specialists are...
Read more

How to Become an Interviewer

Updated on 14 August 2014
Interviewing is essential to most companies and organizations in all professional fields. Interviewers are trained workers that obtain and verify...
Read more

How to Become an Executive Editor

Updated on
Editing is an essential part of many different types of written publications and a variety of professionals are required to...
Read more

How to Become an Illustrator

Updated on
Illustration is a very important concept of getting the point across for many written and visual publications. An illustration is...
Read more

How to Become an Editor

Updated on
Editing is a very important part of the writing process and involves modifying and checking for errors of many different...
Read more

How to Become an Assignment Editor

Updated on
The designation of assignments is an essential part of all newspaper, television, and radio publication companies. Assignment editors are highly...
Read more