A TV presenter works for a television network as the host of a television program. In this job, your duties include introducing reporters and offering commentary on various events, sports, news, and other programs to the public. Depending on the position, you may be responsible for writing your own script. Qualifications include having a pleasant appearance, excellent communication skills, strong public speaking skills, and a flexible schedule. Most presenters hold a bachelor’s degree in communications. While in school, look to participate in an internship program. Presenters act as the public face (or voice) on television and radio programmes; they are responsible for introducing and interviewing guests, linking segements, and generally holding the show together.