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Any advice or help, looking to get into radio production, broadcast assistant. Been looking/appling for a long time now since leaving University. No such joy as yet. Volunteering but not been able … Read More
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
Any advice or help, looking to get into radio production, broadcast assistant.

Been looking/appling for a long time now since leaving University. No such joy as yet. Volunteering but not been able to find paid work.

Any advice or contacts I can get in touch with?
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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[mod]#1
You don't say what you did at uni

I presume its media or something like that.

If so, play that down and play up the actual experience you have in broadcasting. And keep volunteering. You must have a local radio station who will love your knowledge and time so do more of that.

Apply for anything at all in radio/broadcasting and get yourself in, and then it will be easier.

Good luck.
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I got a BA(Hons) Digital Broadcast Media.

I have been at Uni radio, community radio and am currently at hospital radio. Altogether with my degree, diploma, gnvq and the years put into radio so far, I have a bit on my CV.

I have around 4 years actual radio experience working in the industry. Its getting that break, kind of hard right now.
[Moderator]#3
Hospital Radio maybe....its good experience :thumbsup:
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bigflump
Hospital Radio maybe....its good experience :thumbsup:


It's rather good, plus the place im at recently got Myriad (industry software).
[Moderator]#5
jonny2k1
It's rather good, plus the place im at recently got Myriad (industry software).

Theres nothing better than experience, everyone has to start somewhere and work their way up :thumbsup:
[Moderator]#6
Keep writing to local media stations, tell them what you've achived so far, experience etc.
And if they don't reply, them write to them again and again...hopefully you'll get a break :thumbsup:
#7
Hopefully, its been pretty quiet so far...

Anyone with advice or actual contacts? Or do you know people who work in the industry...

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