careers in Broadcasting in New Hampshire and Massachusetts

There're plenty of opportunities in front and  behind the mic.

COPY WRITER

WHAT THEY DO: A continuity writer is responsible for local commercial and promotional copy.

REQUIREMENT: As a writer, you must have excellent writing skills, detail-orientated and be proficient in basic word processing programs.

GRAPHIC ARTIST

WHAT THEY DO: Supports all production activities. Computer skills are particularly valuable, as is a background in art and design and radio-television production.

REQUIREMENTS: People hired in the Creative Services department usually have Bachelor of Arts degrees. Common majors include English, Communications, Liberal Arts, Fine Arts and. All possess excellent English and grammar skills.

DIRECTOR

WHAT THEY DO: The director of a newscast oversees and coordinates the activities of both the technical and onscreen aspects of a live television broadcast. Serves as producers for entire programs or for the production of portions of larger programs.

REQUIREMENTS: Working in fast-paced environments that are often hectic and stressful, a news director must be able to communicate welland think on their feet; that also requires that you're well-organized and can solve problems on the fly.

Most broadcasting directors hold bachelor's degrees in journalism, film production or communications. Such programs are offered at broadcasting schools, community or technical colleges and traditional four-year universities.

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Local Media Sales

Available in Keene NH/ Brattleboro VT
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CORPORATE RELATIONS REPRESENTATIVE

Available in Concord
The Corporate Relations Representative works as part of the development team to promote and sell on-air and digital sponsorship of public radio programming.  He or she identifies prospects, de...