Announcing: Communicating on Broadcast Media
by Philip A. Thompsen, Ashlie Hardway
Publisher: Wikibooks 2010
Broadly defined, announcing is the professional practice of vocally communicating messages to an audience through broadcast media. Those who practice this profession are called announcers, although most announcers prefer to use a more descriptive title to describe what they do.
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