TV presenters act as the public face of a television program. They’re responsible for introducing guests, welcoming the audience and holding the entire show together. A good TV presenter can make a show far more exciting to watch, while bad presentation skills can often ruin the entertainment on a show. Being a TV presenter offers a very exciting lifestyle, especially if you work for a popular television show or network — plus, you have the opportunity to touch and influence thousands of people. You can spend your days among celebrities or other influential people in the public eye. That said, it’s not an easy career, and it demands long hours, lots of dedication and plenty of attention to detail.