RADIO-TELEVISION SERVICES (BL-RTVS-IUBLA)
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- Serve as WFIU's local announcer and board operator during a daily NPR drive-time newsmagazine such as All Things Considered.
- Conduct and produce arts-related interviews and features for air and web.
- Assist with on-air fundraising during WFIU membership drives.
- Represent the station by responding to listener feedback and appearing at events.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree (preferably in Broadcast Media, Journalism, Liberal Arts, or Music).
- 1 year of experience in on-air delivery and multi-platform audio production.
- Excellent public speaking skills.
- Knowledge of digital audio recording and editing equipment and software, on-air studio equipment.
- Ability to work quickly and efficiently in various audio and online technologies and capacities.
- Superior writing skills for on-air radio and online applications.
- Ability to interact with a wide variety of clients and guests.
- Excellent problem-solving and time management skills.
- Ability to learn new digital applications quickly.
- Working knowledge of classical and jazz music history and literature and a broad knowledge of the arts.
Working Conditions / Demands
Equipment utilized: Digital audio recorders, cameras, studio boards, microphones, computers; applications related to audio and online production and radio automation.
Career Level: Temporary
Job Function: Temporary Hourly
Job Family: Temporary Regular
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