About the job:
As a TV Anchor, you present news on TV. You cover national as well as international news and share them in a simple and informative way to viewers. You also conduct discussions on important topics and news.
As a TV Anchor, you may have to:
- Work irregular hours when covering breaking news
- Remain calm when presenting potentially upsetting news
As a TV Anchor, you may get to:
- Be the first to break important news
- Connect with large audiences
- Be recognized in public places
- 40-50 hours per week
- 20% irregular hours
You may work irregular hours when covering breaking news and special events.
Are you the right fit?
- Languages (English or French or Arabic)
- Understanding what you hear
- Understanding written information
- Expressing yourself verbally
- Problem Sensitivity
- Fluency of ideas
Will you make money?
There is a small fee of $75 for participating in this activity, which also includes a meal, a take home certificate, and more.
For questions, please email [email protected]
Once you’re on air, it’s a different world! Ghida Majzoub, Producer and TV Anchor has been working in TV for over 25 years and is actually the first female weather reporter in the Middle East! Can you put personal problems on hold and smile on camera? Can you discuss issues respectfully, intelligently, and in-depth? Watch the Nooreed Insider Interview with Ghida and see if TV Anchor or Producer is the job for you!
Main Anchor in the daily morning show “Alam Sabah”, Ghida Majzoub has conducted interviews with political, medical and social figures in the Arab society, covering all types of issues, and all the events that take place in Lebanon. Ghida has also produced and presented a segment called “Cinema” about the new releases in the movies and on DVD and covering all the major cinematic events in the world.
Besides being an ambitious TV producer and anchor, Ghida is also passionate about cinema, music and counts her blessing every day with the support of her loving family.