The Best Way to Pursue a Career in Radio
I studied broadcasting at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. When I graduated in 1991 I began to pursue a career in radio as an on-air personality.
I landed my first on-air job at a tiny station in a tiny city in Florida (Belle Glade). Working at such a small station gave me an opportunity to learn all the in’s and out’s of the business.
After a couple of years in Belle Glade, (and an unpaid internship at B96 in Chicago) it was on to work in the #46 radio market in the country — West Palm Beach, Florida. A city where I still work today.
The most commonly asked question of anyone in the radio industry is, “How can I become a D.J.? ” And it’s a great question! Before this program, the only way to learn about a career in radio was to spend 4 years in college and pay tens thousands of dollars going to broadcast school. And you still had to start at the bottom of the industry.
I taught broadcast school for over a year, and there’s nothing you will learn in broadcast school that you won’t learn in this course — right in your own home town.
TIf you’ve ever dreamed of being on the radio, or are just looking to change careers; if you have been told time and time again that you have a great voice for the radio — then this course is for you!
I wish you luck in your quest to become the next great radio air personality!