PART 8 – 20 media business terms for non-native English speakers

Hello! Here is Part Eight of this series and this time we look at business terms in English used in the media like television, theatre, radio, music and more. These are not technical terms but are words and phrases widely used by the public, as well as by people who work in media industries.

For direct links to the other articles in the series, scroll down to the bottom of this one. This is the last article for this northern hemisphere’s summer, but the series will return in the early [northern hemisphere] autumn 2016 … so watch out for it!

PART 8 – 20 media business terms for non-native English speakers

The old BBC TV Centre in Shepherd’s Bush, London, England

Part 8: 20 business terms used by TV, radio and other media industries

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Another 20 business terms for non-native English speakers – PART 4

Welcome to Part Four of this series on common metaphorical and other business terms in English, and what they mean – in plain English!

(To read the other articles in the series, scroll down to the bottom of this article for the direct links.)

Another 20 business terms for non-native English speakers - PART 4

If you’re not a native English speaker but want to work and write better in English, this is the series for you.

Helping you write better for business in English with these 20 terms:

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20 More Business Terms Explained For Non-Native English Speakers, PART 3

Welcome to Part Three of this series on common metaphorical and other business terms in English, and what they mean – in plain English!

(For the other articles in the series, scroll down to the bottom of this article where you’ll find direct links.)

Business terms explained on How To Write Better

Helping you write better for business in English with these 20 terms:

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