James Grant Senior Seminar MED 4600: Senior Seminar in Media: Dr. Londino Career research
CAREER PLAN ON AIR PERSONALITY Introduces music, commercials, and news on radio; ad-libs; helps shape the personality of the station have the most visible careers in the radio industry—they are the voice of the radio station. Alternate Title: DJ; Announcer, On-Air Talent Additional Responsibilities: Doing voice-overs, Making special public appearances representing the station, Acting as the music or program director
Goals and skills Skills Summary Radio Experience WKNJ- 90.3 (weekly show) WXRK-92.3 NOW (occasional appearance) Software Skills Soundtrack Pro and Recording Equipment Radio Equipment 3. Immediate Goals Excel in All Editing and Radio Software/Equipment Complete a Full Semester Interning for a Local Radio Station. Graduate
Goals and skills continued.. 4. Five Year Goal Working for a Small or Large Market Radio Station. To be a Pro with the Equipment and Software needed to Excel in the Business 5. Ultimate Career Goal Working In NY or LA in a Large Market Radio Station Teaching my Skills to others in the Business Being the Best at What I Do!
Research Support: Job Market and Potential in your field
Research Support: Job Market and Potential in your fieldcontinued Salary Ranges anywhere from 20K- 1 Million + Hours Ranges from part-time work of 20 hours a week up to 60 hours some weeks even more *depending on the market size