Will Argeros

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Cronkite Tour

by Mei Prang and Will Argeros Journalism schools that provide hands-on experience will prepare students for a career in the broadcast industry.  Technology continues to advance in the industry, and it is essential for students to learn how to use the tools used at professional news organizations. The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass … Continue reading

Getting a Head Start: High School Broadcasting

by Will Argeros Experience is key in landing any job, especially in the competitive world of journalism. With record numbers enrolling in journalism schools, it becomes increasingly difficult to stand apart from the crowd. However, just being different doesn’t cut it anymore. NBC Sports broadcaster Bob Costas said that there isn’t a whole lot of … Continue reading

Dress for Success

by Will Argeros Part of being a broadcaster is your look, especially if you plan on being in front of a camera. That means dressing the part, in addition to having the voice. While the dress is professional, there are ways to personalize your look without losing credibility. This interactive guide should help point you … Continue reading

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