Areas of Specialization of Communicators and Journalists

Communicators and journalists can work in a number of areas of specialization: speech writing and taking minutes of a meeting; advertising, marketing, and sales; communication education; electronic media, radio-television, and broadcasting; public relations; journalism; theater, performing arts, and dramatic arts; public communication and opinion management; and international relations management and negotiations. 

The specialization can be in copy writing, production directing; professional blogging, communication education, language arts coordination, forensic and debate coaching, drama directing, film and tape librarian, news editing, news directing, news writing, news anchoring, transmitter engineering, and technical directing. As journalists, they can also specialize in field reporting, news editing, news casting, author, copywriting, script writing, publishing, news service research, technical writing, acquisition editing, and interviewing.