You probably won't find too many vacancies for "Network Anchor" on the Web, but there are a number of easy-to-navigate search engines that let you know what jobs are open and where. The American Journalism Review has an excellent, searchable database that lets you plug in location, job description, and salary requirements. The National Association of Broadcasters lists nationwide openings, and the Radio-Television News Director's Association is a pretty good jumping off point for seeing what's out there. offers a searchable job database, but you have to register and pay $20.00/yr. Finally, the Society of Professional Journalists and The Rundown offer fairly good background information on what's going on in the profession and how to get started.

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