Radio One, Inc.
The producer is responsible for the daily technical operation of the show, and for the implementation of program strategy as assigned by the Program Director.
Ensure compelling content of the broadcast is delivered over the radio, the internet and other mobile platforms
Ensure that the show content is topical and well researched
Plan all aspects of the show
Utilize all social media platforms to engage listeners
Schedule and prepare guests to be interviewed by the host(s)
Must work well under pressure situations
Operate control board for studio and remote programming
Follow daily logs to ensure all programming and commercial material is aired appropriately
Develop/produce audio elements to complement show features
To direct, contribute and support the creation of the show on a daily basis
Regular liaison with Program Director to develop and implement short and long-term strategies
Adhere to all guidelines, policies and procedures of the station, the FCC and all other federal and local laws
High School Diploma or general education degree (GED)
Minimum of 1 year experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
Strong knowledge of Wide Orbit, Vox Pro, Adobe Audition
Excellent organizational and time management skills
Possess extensive knowledge of audio editing to quickly and effectively screen calls
Have a deep knowledge of all FCC rules and regulations
Strong understanding of the digital environment including website updates, video editing, blog maintenance and contributing to social media content (i.e. Facebook , Instagram, Twitter, etc)
Excellent leadership, communication and negotiation skills
Strong ability to deliver consistently under pressure
Strong emotional maturity as a leader who models professional behavior
Ability to work with creative individuals as part of a team
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
Radio One, Inc.
Website : http://www.radio-one.com
Radio One, Inc. celebrates our 35th Anniversary. To say this is a milestone in the history of our company is an understatement. As many of you know, my mother and step father started this company with little to no resources, but they had a big vision, much passion and a tremendous conviction to serve the community. WOL was born and for the first time Black people in DC had a voice and a platform to express themselves. And as they say, “The rest is history.” From one talk radio station in DC, to 53 urban stations in 16 markets, our radio group has the largest urban radio footprint in the country. But, we didn’t stop there. We diversified our business and added radio syndication, cable television, digital and finally an integrated marketing agency. It has been 35 years and Radio One, Inc. still stands as the only African-American owned and targeted multi-media platform in the United States reaching over 82% of Black households with our diversified portfolio of media assets.