January 2005
Work Bank;2005, p28
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The article describes the work of a television (TV) presenter. A person engaged in this profession works as a journalist, programme presenter or TV news anchor. A TV presenter relays prepared information via auto-cue and audio- instructions from production unit and, conducts direct interviews, game shows, lotteries, quiz shows and entertainment. A TV presenter can earn around £ 20,000 to £ 80,000 per annum in Great Britain.


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