Sat Mar 14 20:51:13 EDT 2009
Hi Phyllis Sales is about the only way to go in these times. It worked well
for me after I stopped being on-air. In general it's far more lucrative even
though "on-air" sounds more glamorous.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Phyllis" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 11:43 AM
Subject: Radio Jobs
> As someone who has always loved Radio, I'm considering the idea of finding
> some sort of a job in it. I am not a broadcaster (although I'm getting
> some volunteer experience) or a sound engineer/producer (I wish!) But I'm
> unemployed, so I'm wondering how I might leverage this list to find some
> contacts at Boston area stations that might need an admin asst or even a
> receptionist (typist, computer person, etc).
> Is that a pipe dream? Does anyone on this list have any advice they could
> share? I know it's not the best of times, but I figured it wouldn't hurt
> to ask.
> I am currently a volunteer at a station in Worcester, but it's all
> volunteer and while I love the opportunity to get experience there, I
> can't drive there on a daily basis, plus at some point I need to find a
> paying job.
> You can email me privately if you prefer.
> Thank you,
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