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Jock VS Anchor In the world of broadcasting there are two main areas that deal with being an on air person In the radio business there are disk jockeys and in the world of television there are anchors These jobs are very similar in many ways while on the other hand they also have many differences among them Being a Telecommunications major I see these similarities and differences every day I learn more and more each day on the art of being a television or radio personality and in all that I learn I realize now that there are more similarities and differences between the two than I ever expected Some of the similarities that are shared by both a radio disk jockey and a television anchor that they both are in the broadcast media market In the broadcast media market the jock and the anchor share much of the same talents They both must have a quality voice and be able to speak clearly with good annunciation Therefore their diction must be of high quality Nothing is as bad as an anchor or jock that has trouble speaking in an every day conversation It is a definite turn off for a listener of a radio station when the jock cannot speak and if the television anchor is not pleasant to look at than the inability to speak would also be a definite turn off for that particular station That is why if you have ever been told that you have the face for radio you may want to avoid the lights camera and action of a television station The jock and the anchor also must be able to speak to the public because that would be the main part of their job The jock speaks to many people through the airwaves on a daily basis Although they cannot see the jock while theyre speaking the jock realizes that there are people
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