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Are you smitten by the idea of becoming a radio star? There are many different radio jobs available but at the same time the field is very competitive. Technology is coming in a big way towards the prospects of radio jockeys as voice trackers and computers are replacing them in several places. However, there are several fields in the radio industry where one can get a job. You can try to get into on air sales or on air promotions along with the job of an announcer.

Do you have any sort of experience in the radio business? If not, then you can always take an internship. This is the perfect platform to launch your career in the field of radio jobs. Gather information about the radio stations in your area. Research about the radio stations very well and get an idea in which field they recruit people.

You must also have certain confident areas. You need to know that if you get a radio job where you can use your confidence, then you can do wonders. Find out about the radio stations that feature segments that are within your interest. This will help you communicate with the audience very well once you go on air.

Look for the internship in you area of interest! It can be promotions, sales or programming. If you want to be a radio announcer, then be sure that the internship provides you an opportunity to interact with a live radio show. One very useful process which enables you to learn about different radio jobs is being in a radio station studio and watching, listening to and learning the happenings.

Learning technical aspects is also very crucial. You can try to get into the shifts of board operations. This is a kind of job that means managing the board while the radio station is in automation. You can also learn about digital editing that is so vital for the position of being a radio announcer.

Based on a radio station format, prepare a mock demo. Make numerous demos by getting into the production studio. Record the demos as it is very important to remain in practice. You may be good now, but without practice, your performance can be horrible. Record every show if you get your own live shift. Maintain a pad and write down the date of the shows and the breaks.

Prepare a good resume for applying for radio jobs. Browse through internet and get the idea of some professional resumes for radio jobs. For each radio station where you are making a job application, ensure that you are writing different cover letters. You should not repeat what you have written in your cover letter on your resume. Focus on writing how you can utilize your personality in the job and how you can contribute professionally to the radio station.

Radio jobs are very attractive, respectable and are all the rage among the youth. Following some basic rules and the above tips, one can become a successful radio employee and earn good bucks. Some of the average radio job salaries are:

Program Director - $48, 020
Account Executive - $35,809
Production Director - $33,000
Traffic Manager - $31, 688
Talk Show Host - $46,500
Disc Jockey - $32,085
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