Part-Time Board Op/Producer
Brewer Broadcasting is looking for a part-time Board Op/Producer for The Wake-Up Call on Richmond’s Classic Hits, 101-7 The Point.
The ideal candidate will have knowledge of Adobe Audition or other audio editing software, knowledge of video editing and proficiency in ENCO or another automation software. Previous on-air experience is a plus, as is the ability to get up early and be punctual.
Operates control board for studio and remote programming, during the morning show, 5 am-10 am.
Monitors commercial logs for accuracy
Help the host in booking guests, greeting guests, and answering studio phones.
Puts together and uploads the daily Wake-Up Call podcast.
Uses equipment to shoot video of guests and segments, edits video.
Monitors social media for comments during the show.
Possible voice-tracked air shift
Please send resumes and references to firstname.lastname@example.org
Brewer Broadcasting is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES All internships are unpaid.
Interns are selected on the basis of professional potential. We look at our internship program as a developing ground for future employees -- that's not to say all interns will get hired here, but one of our goals is to see how many responsibilities an intern can handle, on the chance an employment opportunity becomes available. So this isn't a coffee-fetching, grunt work internship. We trust our interns to handle duties that require the utmost in responsibility, diligence and enthusiasm.
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Requirements All Internships are unpaid.
· Current college student (junior, senior, post-graduate).
· Internship must be taken for credit.
· Familiarity with Brewer Broadcasting and East Central Indiana market is preferred.
· Previous radio or other media experience through classes, internship, or professional is preferred.
- Responsibility, judgment, organization, dependability, promptness, initiative, creativity, and efficiency are key to the success of interns along with the ability to handle deadlines, writing, and audio production.
- Personal transportation required.
BREWER BROADCASTING is an equal opportunity employer. Interns are considered trainees and not employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1973.