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121-125 Chestnut Street
Posted: February 02 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid (College Credit Required)
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DescriptionA high school degree is the minimum educational requirement for radio announcers and DJs, though they can improve their chances of landing a job by getting a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in broadcasting, journalism or media communications. Aspiring radio DJs benefit from on-the-job training and internships with college radio stations or broadcast media outlets. Courses in public speaking, voice and diction and electronics are helpful.
ResponsibilitiesThe ability to use computerized sound equipment to broadcast different types of music. Radio DJs interact with their audience during live broadcasts and featured promotional events. A pleasant speaking voice, flexibility, knowledge of various musical genres. maintain a presence on social media networking sites as a way of promoting their stations and engaging with audiences through listener feedback, music requests or program contests. May be asked to make personal appearances at concerts and other promotional events.
A high school degree is the minimum educational requirement for radio announcers and DJs, though working towards a degree is a plus with some concentration in broadcasting, journalism or media communications. Courses in public speaking, voice and diction and electronics are helpful.