How To Become A News Analyst
The news is an essential part of daily life that provides valuable information to people all over the world. News analysts are trained professionals that analyze, explain, and broadcast a variety of news topics on many different communication mediums. News analysts typically need at least a bachelor degree in mass communications, journalism, or other related field. Many aspiring news analysts complete internships while completing their education to gain practical experience in the field and establish valuable contacts. Employment of news analysts is expected to decline moderately, decreasing 6% from 2008 to 2018. The increase in consolidation and convergence in broadcasting companies will contribute to the employment decline.