The article describes some of the roles open to anthropologists in radio and television. These roles range from roles which are occupied only on an occasional basis, to a regular part-time basis, to full-time employment within the industry. Entry strategies for occupying these roles include taking the first step in approaching the broadcast station, learning about broadcasting, and communicating anthropology to the broadcasters.

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