Be still when you have nothing to say; when genuine passion moves you, say what you've got to say, and say it hot !!!

Being a TV reporter or news anchor is an exciting and fast-paced profession. However, if you’re in it for just the glamour and the glory, then you may have to rethink your priorities. Being a TV reporter or news anchor not only requires hard work, rigid deadlines, and the ability to talk to the most difficult people, but you may also find yourself spending six hours in 20 degree weather waiting for a hostage situation to break. If you think you have the guts, stamina, and dedication to be a TV reporter or news anchor, then follow these steps.

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Los Angeles — 2020

Be an articulate speaker. 

Look good on camera.

Have killer people skills. 

Be free from bias.

Have stellar writing skills.

Have ridiculous stamina.

Practice before mobile camera.

Be critical on yourself.

A news anchor reports local, national or international news and events to the public on television or radio. Some specialize in a certain topic, such as sports or politics, while others cover a variety of events and happenings. News anchors might broadcast live from a television studio or travel to the site of an event to gather and share information on camera. And it is heck of a job!

You can speak well if your tongue can deliverthe message of your heart

Some more useful tips are:

  • Researching news stories
  • Pitching story ideas to supervisors
  • Scheduling and conducting interviews to gain information or opinions about a story
  • Providing news and story updates as more information becomes available
  • Choosing which stories to air and organizing them in a logical order
  • Writing scripts to read on-air
  • Collaborating with field reporters during live broadcasts
  • Collaborating with photographers, videographers, writers and editors to produce a story
  • Participating in daily news briefings with the news director, reporters and other staff
  • Establishing a social media presence and using it to engage with the audience
  • Maintaining a network of industry contacts
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  • Life is about creating yourself
  • Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it may be necessary from time to time to give a stupid or misinformed beholder a black eye.
  • All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt
  • I’m in love with you