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Well you could become a news anchor, but there are about seven of those total. So thinking more practically, there are actually a lot of jobs involved with any TV production. Not all of them are that sexy, but they are all pretty important and if you're really into the cause it can be just as rewarding.
In short, you can work on scripts, be a floor manager (tell people when to start and stop), do sound, handle scheduling, manage talent and a whole host of other things. Check out the following links for some ideas of what kinds of jobs are out there for broadcast journalism majors. Generally, searching job sites is a good idea to at least get a glimpse at some of the opportunities available with a given skill set.