Who is TV announcer and presenter

Although this area of work is open to all graduates, the following degree subjects may improve your chances: drama/performing arts; journalism; media/communication studies; media performance; multimedia; music technology.
Alternatively, a degree in the genre you wish to work in within the broadcast industry may be useful, e.g. politics or economics. However, entry without a degree is also possible. Postgraduate study is not essential for general broadcasting positions, but it can be useful for gaining relevant practical and technical skills and industry contacts, especially if you have an unrelated first degree. It is becoming increasingly necessary to hold a journalism qualification, if you wish to work as a news or current affairs presenter or reporter.