Advertising Managers plan and direct all areas of the advertising arena. It’s the job of the Advertising Manager to plan and prepare advertising and promotional material to increase sales of products or services. They work with customers, company officials, sales departments and advertising agencies.
Art Director’s job is to oversee the artistic design of advertisements and print materials, as well as the filming of television commercials. They are the decision makers who are responsible for the quality of the finished product.
As a Writer your job is to create original pieces of written work for publications or for performances. There is plenty of room to try out different writing styles and writing for different reasons. You may want to write in the form of poetry, novels, short stories, biographies, plays, or film, radio and/or television scripts.
Editing the news stories for radio or television are just a small part of the Broadcasting Editors job portfolio. This exciting career will require leadership skills and a journalism or language background.
The job of a Copywriter is to create words, slogans, tag lines or scripts to promote a person, business, opinion or idea. Their work is read in various marketing materials, sales letters, postcards, brochures, flyers, posters, billboards, email advertisements, etc.
Are you tenacious, determined and passionate about writing and would enjoy covering stories emanating from the crime world? Then consider following a career as a Crime Reporter. As a Crime Reporter you will need to work shifts, have a good news sense and be a qualified journalist.
Can you imagine a job where you actually get paid to watch movies? That’s precisely what a Film Critic does. Film Critics are paid to watch films of all genres and give their brutally honest opinion in the form of written reviews.
Are you curious, determined and persistent? Do you want to know the story behind the story? Are you confident enough to poke your nose in or ruffle feathers to get at the truth. What about a career in Journalism?
A Press Photographer (Photojournalist) tells a news story mainly through pictures (using both stills and video). They usually carry with them a couple of cameras, lenses, a flash and a notebook and pen to record details and even write stories.
A Radio Programme Writer generates topic and story ideas to analyse, interview, and investigate. Radio Programme Writers conduct a lot of research to be well informed about the particular topic(s) being covered in a show.
If you have a love of languages and a flair for linguistics then a career as a Translator might interest you. Translators put written, oral or sign language text into one or more languages, keeping the message the same.