Photojournalists, also known as news photographers, shoot photographs that capture news events. Their job is to tell a story with pictures. They may cover a war in central Africa, the Olympics, a national election, or a small-town Fourth of July parade. In addition to shooting pictures, they also write captions or other supporting text to provide further detail about each photograph. Photojournalists may also develop and print photographs or edit film. Photojournalists represent a small percentage of the 50,260 photographers employed in the United States.
Beach TV aired on Outer Banks Cable and Home Team Sports Network from 1987-1991. I honed my Broadcast Journalism studies and Communications degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with 3-5 Minute News Stories that were featured and formatted in 30 Minute Cable Television Programs. We sold 30 Second Commercials that aired in 4 2 Minute Advertising Breaks.