Broadcast Bits: Episode 13

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Thousands of new journalists join the work force each year.  These journalists are trying to join an extremely competitive industry. Hundreds are willing to move across the country as they pursue their professional dreams.

Jenna Cisneros is pursuing her dream as a local television news reporter. (Courtesy of Jenna Cisneros)

University of Florida graduating senior Jenna Cisneros is pursuing her dream.  As an upcoming December graduate, she is immersed in the job search process.  She candidly shares her vision for the future of local television news and how she fits into the changing industry, all while she searches for her first big break.

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