The owner of Café 80’s Radio is in search of some talent for several new radio stations. We need people who have a passion for radio and a passion to learn about the business of radio. We are developing 2 more radio stations in Bristol, CT and we need people who live in this area. These are all online radio stations, but because media is changing rapidly, online radio is the future. So I suggest if you want a job in radio, you jump on board now when there are still chances to get your career off the ground rather easily.
As you can imagine, this being internet radio, there is NO pay at first. We have to get the stations off the ground and we need to get advertisers. We get advertisers, you get paid. Let’s face it, terrestrial radio pay sucks anyway, especially if you actually land a part time job at a terrestrial radio station with no chance for advancement. My suggestion, start somewhere and work on honing your skills. This gig would be better than no gig.
We need not only talent, but people who want to produce a show, imagining, and sales. If I can find people who can do everything, great! We are filling talent positions in music, news, and talk. We are still looking for and 80’s Weekly Top 40 host, so if you’re interested, you know what to do. You can contact me directly at email@example.com.
Please send me your resume and air checks for the position you would like to fill. Don’t send me a commercial if you are looking to be air talent. Thank you and good luck.
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FCC says 55% of Americans listen to Internet-only radio. “In some ways, radio should have an easier time adapting to the Internet economy than TV. It is far cheaper and faster to transmit audio online or through a phone than video. In that sense, the question is not whether audio will be popular in the new media world. It already is. Check out the full article HERE.