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Want To Work On The Radio?
What You Need To Know About Getting A Job In Radio Broadcasting
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Broadcast Schools

There are specialty schools which teach Radio broadcasting. These schools vary in scope and procedure. Some insist you complete a designated curriculum. Others give you more flexibility on choosing specific areas of interest.

Pros:

  • Classes usually taught by radio professionals.
  • A concentrated way to acquire a general knowledge of radio quickly
  • Many provide post graduate job-finding services.
  • The ability to network with others who are involved in radio and media
  • Introduction to using equipment, customs, and practices of industry
  • Acquiring a realistic view of your competition as you move toward your goals

    Cons:

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