Press and Television

In a broadcasting system (television), journalists are also involved in editing the video material that has been shot alongside their research, and working on the visual narrative of the story. Broadcast journalists often appear in the news at the beginning or at the end of the video clip.

In the field of television or broadcast journalism, news analysts (also called journalists) examine, interpret and disseminate information received from various sources of information. The anchors present it as news, either recorded in video or live, through transmissions of reporters on the stage (correspondents of news).

News footage ("clips") may vary in length; There are some that can last up to ten minutes, others have to contain all the relevant information and material in two or three minutes. Nowadays, news channels have also begun to host special documentary films that span much longer durations and are able to explore a current topic or issue in greater detail.