Air Force

3N0X2:Broadcast Journalist (3N0X2)

They plan, organize, coordinate, and conduct command information, community engagement, and media operations activities. This includes preparing material for internal and external audiences and conducting broadcast and production operations


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

As an Air Force Broadcast Journalist, your role will involve maintaining and operating various cameras, microphones, lighting equipment and recording equipment. Sometimes you will be working in a studio with the equipment and sometimes you will be in the field in more chaotic surroundings. This career path involves determining what equipment is necessary and completing the research required to ensure that the subject matter is documented correctly. Individuals will create the outlines for the shoot and work with all parties to make sure that the story is told correctly. It is the responsibility of the Broadcast Journalist to check all equipment prior to use and to provide preventative maintenance for lasting equipment.

Military Duties Translated:

Keep up with all the local and global happening Cover a wide variety of stories Conduct and schedule interviews Track influencers' wotk Plan, edit, and write stories and atricles to be broadcasted Verify information provided by interviewees Finalize news content Keep up with deadlines as timeliness is extremely important Follow news events and other media sources to stay informed

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