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Audio Visual Communications Degree
Audio Visual Communications Degree - Online and Campus Programs
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Audio Visual Communications Degrees and Programs
Audio visual communications refers to a broad range of technical careers found within the broadcast and radio industries. Those filling audio and visual communications careers are often the unsung heroes who keep television and radio programs running without interruption. If you love these popular media outlets, then an audio visual career may be perfect for you.
Learn About Audio and Visual Communications Careers
Before starting your new career, you need the appropriate education. AV communications careers often require training through a technical school or vocational college. Although some positions may offer on-the-job training, audio and visual communications classes can prepare you to enter the workplace with skills that attract employers.
An audio and visual communications degree can lead to a career as a:
- Broadcast Technician
- Audio and Video Equipment Technician
- Sound Engineering Technician
- Recording Engineer
- Radio Operator
- Sound Mixer
- Field Technician
- Chief Engineer
Careers in Audio Visual Communications
Jobs in audio communications and visual communications can be found throughout the country in all media markets. The greatest number of positions can be found in large metro areas. However, the job competition is also more intense in these large markets. Overall, AV communications jobs are expected to grow during the next 10 years.
Salary and compensation for audio visual communications professionals varies depending on your specialization. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, pay ranges from $32,900 for broadcast technicians to $47, 490 for sound engineering technicians.
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