Anchor: An anchor is a broadcast journalist who reads the news and introduces the reports of other broadcasters.
Correspondent: A correspondent is a person employed to contribute news regularly from a place in the world.
Director: A director is in charge of organizing and directing the news on the air, gives the anchors their cues and makes sure everything is running at the right time.
Editor: An editor is in charge of preparing the segments, revising them along with the writer and releasing them to the director.
Floor director: The floor director is in charge of keeping the anchors alert and makes sure they look at the right camera at the right time.
IFB: An earpiece used by the newscast anchors for directions from the director in the control room.
Producer: The producer presents the final presentation to the director and both work together to make the production.
Reporter: A person who gathers, writes and sometimes presents the news on the air.
Tele-prompter: A device used to transmit cued lines to the anchors from the control room to the newsroom while on the air.
Writer: The writer is in charge of helping the editor write up the news segments.