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Jenna Jenna Presentation Transcript

  • My interview withFlynny (Paul) from ZM
  • My interview withFlynny (Paul) from ZM
  • What qualifications do You need to be radio presenter?
  • What qualifications do first You need to be question radio presenter?
  • What qualifications do first You need to be question radio presenter? There is no set training required, there are many different ways you can get into the industry. There re radio training schools in Auckland and Wellington. You can do media course at AUT. I think the best qualification is a 2 year course from the NZ broadcasting school in Christchurch!!!!
  • What qualifications do first You need to be question radio presenter? There is no set training required, there are many different ways you can get into the industry. There re radio training schools in Auckland and Wellington. You can do media course at AUT. I think the best qualification is a 2 year course from the NZ broadcasting school in Christchurch!!!!
  • first questionThere is no set training required, there are many different ways you can get into theindustry. There re radio training schools in Auckland and Wellington. You can do media course at AUT. I think the bestqualification is a 2 year course from the NZ broadcasting school in Christchurch!!!!
  • There is no set training required, there are many different ways you can get into theindustry. There re radio training schools in Auckland and Wellington. You can do media course at AUT. I think the bestqualification is a 2 year course from the NZ broadcasting school in Christchurch!!!!
  • What other fields can your skills be transferred to?
  • What other fields can your second skills be transferred to? question
  • What other fields can your second skills be transferred to? question Thats good question, in radio presenting we perform our shows live so you have to think on your feet this particular skills could easily be transferred to television. This skill also transfers to public specking i.e.: hosting events.
  • What other fields can your second skills be transferred to? question Thats good question, in radio presenting we perform our shows live so you have to think on your feet this particular skills could easily be transferred to television. This skill also transfers to public specking i.e.: hosting events.
  • What other fields can your second skills be transferred to? question Thats good question, in radio presenting we perform our shows live so you have to think on your feet this particular skills could easily be transferred to television. This skill also transfers to public specking i.e.: hosting events.
  • second question Thats good question, in radiopresenting we perform our shows liveso you have to think on your feet this particular skills could easily betransferred to television. This skill also transfers to public specking i.e.: hosting events.
  • Thats good question, in radiopresenting we perform our shows liveso you have to think on your feet this particular skills could easily betransferred to television. This skill also transfers to public specking i.e.: hosting events.
  • What are some of the Perks of the job?
  • What are some of the third Perks of the job? question
  • What are some of the third Perks of the job? question We have lot of fun, I get to work with great people and we get to laugh and talk lot of rubbish on daily bases. Also we get lots of free stuff such as free concert tickets. If company wants us to promote product we usually get things to try for free or things likecloths, CD’s. We also get to traveled quite lot and sty in nice hotels. Another perk is getting to interview famous people- some of the people we have interviewed are: Richie McCaw, Gin Wigmore, the Mad Butcher, Steve Price and John Key.
  • What are some of the third Perks of the job? question We have lot of fun, I get to work with great people and we get to laugh and talk lot of rubbish on daily bases. Also we get lots of free stuff such as free concert tickets. If company wants us to promote product we usually get things to try for free or things likecloths, CD’s. We also get to traveled quite lot and sty in nice hotels. Another perk is getting to interview famous people- some of the people we have interviewed are: Richie McCaw, Gin Wigmore, the Mad Butcher, Steve Price and John Key.
  • What are some of the third Perks of the job? question We have lot of fun, I get to work with great people and we get to laugh and talk lot of rubbish on daily bases. Also we get lots of free stuff such as free concert tickets. If company wants us to promote product we usually get things to try for free or things likecloths, CD’s. We also get to traveled quite lot and sty in nice hotels. Another perk is getting to interview famous people- some of the people we have interviewed are: Richie McCaw, Gin Wigmore, the Mad Butcher, Steve Price and John Key.
  • What are some of the third Perks of the job? question We have lot of fun, I get to work with great people and we get to laugh and talk lot of rubbish on daily bases. Also we get lots of free stuff such as free concert tickets. If company wants us to promote product we usually get things to try for free or things likecloths, CD’s. We also get to traveled quite lot and sty in nice hotels. Another perk is getting to interview famous people- some of the people we have interviewed are: Richie McCaw, Gin Wigmore, the Mad Butcher, Steve Price and John Key.
  • What are some of the third Perks of the job? question We have lot of fun, I get to work with great people and we get to laugh and talk lot of rubbish on daily bases. Also we get lots of free stuff such as free concert tickets. If company wants us to promote product we usually get things to try for free or things likecloths, CD’s. We also get to traveled quite lot and sty in nice hotels. Another perk is getting to interview famous people- some of the people we have interviewed are: Richie McCaw, Gin Wigmore, the Mad Butcher, Steve Price and John Key.
  • What are some of the third Perks of the job? question We have lot of fun, I get to work with great people and we get to laugh and talk lot of rubbish on daily bases. Also we get lots of free stuff such as free concert tickets. If company wants us to promote product we usually get things to try for free or things likecloths, CD’s. We also get to traveled quite lot and sty in nice hotels. Another perk is getting to interview famous people- some of the people we have interviewed are: Richie McCaw, Gin Wigmore, the Mad Butcher, Steve Price and John Key.
  • third question We have lot of fun, I get to work with great people and we get to laugh and talk lot of rubbish on daily bases. Also we get lots of free stuff such as free concert tickets. If company wants us to promote product we usually get things to try for free or things likecloths, CD’s. We also get to traveled quite lot and sty in nice hotels. Another perk is getting to interview famous people- some of the people we have interviewed are: Richie McCaw, Gin Wigmore, the Mad Butcher, Steve Price and John Key.
  • We have lot of fun, I get to work with great people and we get to laugh and talk lot of rubbish on daily bases. Also we get lots of free stuff such as free concert tickets. If company wants us to promote product we usually get things to try for free or things likecloths, CD’s. We also get to traveled quite lot and sty in nice hotels. Another perk is getting to interview famous people- some of the people we have interviewed are: Richie McCaw, Gin Wigmore, the Mad Butcher, Steve Price and John Key.
  • Whats the pay like?
  • Whats the pay like? Entry level workers get A round $22,920were as experienced workers can earn up to $77,440.
  • Whats the pay like? Entry level workers get A round $22,920were as experienced workers can earn up to $77,440.
  • Entry level workers get A round $22,920were as experienced workers can earn up to $77,440.
  • What do you enjoy most about the job?
  • What do you enjoy most about the job?The thing I most enjoy is working with some of my best mates . Some people I have worked with for 10 years.We are tight bunch and enjoy each other company. I also really enjoy feedback from listeners who say “ hay your show really made me laugh.”. Of course I also like getting paid!!!
  • What do you enjoy most about the job?The thing I most enjoy is working with some of my best mates . Some people I have worked with for 10 years.We are tight bunch and enjoy each other company. I also really enjoy feedback from listeners who say “ hay your show really made me laugh.”. Of course I also like getting paid!!!
  • The thing I most enjoy is working with some of my best mates . Some people I have worked with for 10 years.We are tight bunch and enjoy each other company. I also really enjoy feedback from listeners who say “ hay your show really made me laugh.”. Of course I also like getting paid!!!
  • How has the job impactedOn your Everyday / Family life?
  • How has the job impacted On your Everyday / Family life? Most days I start work between 10 and 11 am. This is great as I can hang out with my family in the mornings. One of the harderthings about the job is that when we travel we can be away fromour families for several days in a row. This is sometimes hard with young family (kids).
  • How has the job impacted On your Everyday / Family life? Most days I start work between 10 and 11 am. This is great as I can hang out with my family in the mornings. One of the harderthings about the job is that when we travel we can be away fromour families for several days in a row. This is sometimes hard with young family (kids).
  • Most days I start work between 10 and 11 am. This is great as I can hang out with my family in the mornings. One of the harderthings about the job is that when we travel we can be away fromour families for several days in a row. This is sometimes hard with young family (kids).
  • How often do the ratings Come out?
  • How often do the ratings Come out? They come out twice a year, in April and October. You may not have noticed, but during the 6 weeks leading up to the ratingannouncements, stations do lots of competitions and promotes and lots of fun stuff to get asmany people as possible to listen. This can be a stressful time as if your show is not rating well it can put your job at risk (you might get fired).
  • How often do the ratings Come out? They come out twice a year, in April and October. You may not have noticed, but during the 6 weeks leading up to the ratingannouncements, stations do lots of competitions and promotes and lots of fun stuff to get asmany people as possible to listen. This can be a stressful time as if your show is not rating well it can put your job at risk (you might get fired).
  • They come out twice a year, in April and October. You may not have noticed, but during the 6 weeks leading up to the ratingannouncements, stations do lots of competitions and promotes and lots of fun stuff to get asmany people as possible to listen. This can be a stressful time as if your show is not rating well it can put your job at risk (you might get fired).
  • Thanks to

  • Thanks to
 • zmonline.com • ZM • Ehow.com • Google Images • Flynny (Paul)
  • Thanks to
 • zmonline.com • ZM • Ehow.com • Google Images • Flynny (Paul)
  • Thanks to
 • zmonline.com • ZM • Ehow.com • Google Images • Flynny (Paul)
  • • zmonline.com• ZM• Ehow.com• Google Images• Flynny (Paul)