Careers in the radio industry

It may not seem like it—but the radio industry is huge when it comes to career accommodations. It is an industry that accommodates all kinds of jobs, from creativity to white collar jobs. Many people, especially the younger generation, do not consider careers in the radio industry—and one of the top reasons to this is ignorance. In this post, we will take a look at what the industry has to offer, and why more people should consider joining.

Top job opportunities in the radio industry

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The most obvious career path that is always associated with radio is radio presenting. It is a very well-paying job and comes with lots of perks—presenters are celebrities. It also holds a lot of responsibilities, as a radio broadcaster, you can’t afford to be biased. Listeners need to get news that is true and use the information to make their lives better.

IT experts

Information Technology is very technology oriented and mainly linked with computers. Like every other industry, radio stations make use of computers for almost everything, and hence the need for IT experts to help them run their machines. This is the reason why the radio industry employs a lot of IT experts.

Radio engineers

Transmitting sound, maintaining frequencies, and ensuring that everyone can listen to the sound is no easy task, and it takes several radio engineers to run and maintain. Radio engineering is the foundation of broadcast radio, hence the vital need for these engineers.

Audio engineers

Audio engineering is a field that is not known by many people. The best way to understand this area is to imagine of the brilliant sounds used in science fiction movies, they are not real—yet they sound genuine. That is what an audio engineer does. For music, adverts, and sound effects, radio channels always rely on audio engineers.

Musicians

Well, as a musician, the radio industry is the number one employer. Every time a song plays on the radio, know that the musician or band is getting paid some money through royalties—no wonder musicians are always very rich.

Disc jockey (DJ)

These days being a DJ is no longer a passion, and can land you a lucrative position in the radio industry. People have become accustomed to music played by DJ’s, particularly the style used to queue and transition music. If you believe that you are a good DJ, then start sending job applications to radio stations.

Shanda Whitaker