The National Occupational Classification (NOC) code 5231 is for Announcers and other broadcasters
NOC skill type/level: Skill Level B
- Completion of a college radio or television arts program is usually required.
- Practical training, such as work at a college radio station, may be required.
- Talent and ability, as demonstrated during an audition, are important hiring criteria.
- Membership in a guild or union related to the occupation or type of performance may be required.
List of Job Titles for NOC 5231 – Announcers and other broadcasters
- Circus ringmaster
- Commercial announcer
- Disc jockey (DJ) – broadcast
- Fashion show commentator
- Freelance announcer
- Game show host/hostess
- Host/hostess – television or radio
- International service announcer-producer
- Master of ceremonies (MC)
- Mobile disc jockey
- Moderator – broadcasting
- News reader
- Public address (P.A.) system announcer
- Quiz master – radio and television
- Radio announcer
- Radio host/hostess
- Sports announcer
- Sports commentator
- Staff announcer
- Talk show host/hostess
- Television host/hostess
- Television newscaster
- Traffic reporter
- Video jockey (VJ) – television broadcast
- Weather reporter