TV Anchor / Commentator
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Pay and Remuneration
Freshers may start with a salary between Rs. 2.5 lakhs to 3 lakhs per year. Experienced TV anchors can be offered lucrative packages and get paid per show. Commentators get paid for the days and yearly earnings depend on the number of events.
With the increasing number of TV channels and entertainment programs there will be a lot of demand for anchors and show presenters. It is better to intern with a leading channel to gain access.
There are very few openings for sports commentators in India as former national players usually enter this field. You can start from All India Radio or Doordarshan or any other channel which are usually good platforms. You need a rich, long experience in the sports arena to get hired by a sports channel.
Cricket commentator Charu Sharma.
Breaking News, Aap ki Adalat host Rajat Sharma, Chairman and Editor-in Chief of India TV.
Hussain Kuwajerwala anchor for many famous shows on various channels like Indian Idol.
A Day in Life
Anchors and commentator schedules depend on the timings of the events, like day and night match or film awards functions. Their days begin by keeping themselves updated on the current events and happenings in their space. Then the work begins at the venue or studio as the case may be. Anchoring and presentations continue with beaks for meals. The evening following the event may include
There is no denying to the fact that the digital media has been the core media branch in the recent times and the jobs of the TV anchor has been among the coveted ones in the field of mass media. Being a TV anchor has a lot of requirements and obligations to be fulfilled. In case this career of a TV anchor is something that doesn't interest you then you can explore many other career options on MapMyTalent.
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