The Hofstra University Department of Radio, Television, Film offers programs in radio, video, television, and film studies and production that prepare students for successful careers. Of those 2011-12 graduates who responded to a survey, 99 percent of those who earned degrees from the Department of Radio, Television and Film reported being employed or pursuing graduate studies. They reported an average annual income of $34,600. Some of the full-time positions our 2011-12 graduates began within three to six months of receiving their degrees include:
- NFL Films –Producer
- NBC – On-Air Systems Engineer
- FOX News – Light Board Operator
- Act Zero Films – Production Coordinator
- NY-1 News – Technical Operator
- NBC Universal – IC (Integrated Circuit) Controller
- BT Conferencing – Video Editor/Videographer
- NHL – Production Assistant
- Impress Digital Technologies – Production Coordinator
- TMZ – Associate Producer
- ESPN – Digital Production Assistant
- Oxygen – Freelance Associate Producer
- LIN Media – News Producer
Professionals working in radio, television and film production careers such as broadcast technicians, radio operators, sound engineering technicians, camera operators, film and video editors, and producers and directors earn an average annual salary ranging from $43,000 to $92,000, according to 2012 Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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