*** Upcoming Schedule ***
Monday, May 20
* Eric Crawford from www.wdrb.com
* Indy 500 driver Conor Daly (www.conordaly.net)
Tuesday, May 21
* Indy 500 driver Katherine Legge (www.katherinelegge.com)
Wednesday, May 22
* Bryan Hash ["BTI"]
* Howie Lindsey from www.cardinalsports.com
Thursday, May 23
* UK guest TBA
Friday, May 24
* guests TBA
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POSITION: Sports Radio Producer
99.9 The Fan and 620 The Buzz in Raleigh is looking for our next Super Producer. This is an opportunity to create content in a college sports Mecca.
Yeah… You have to know all the basics like Audio Vault and News Boss and how to run a tight board. If that’s all you do, we have that job posted too, but this one is not for you.
We need someone that is going to eat, drink, live and breathe every aspect of their show. You will be managing the show both on and off the air. You will be bringing ideas to the table that will turn into radio gold, you’ll be running the daily production meeting, you’ll be digging up sound for the hosts to use as exclamation points, and you will book compelling guests and not just guests for the sake of having a guest. Then you’ll will take all this work and put together a show.
Once the show is on the air, you will be charged with keeping the show on track. Make sure the hosts do their teases. Make sure they deliver on their teases. Make sure they use sound. Make sure the show stays on course. You need to be able to produce on the fly. Was there a killer sound byte from the first hour? You need to pull that sound so the host can use it later in the show. Did a topic catch fire, but you have a guest booked for the next segment? Do you have the intestinal fortitude to tell that guest that we will have to re-book him?
When the show is over, you’ll be pulling the best audio to make sure a killer promo is produced, and then you will be in the PD’s office telling him why he needs to run the heck out of it. Then you’ll start to work on the next show.
Can you play social media like a fiddle?
Are your hosts booked for remotes or appearances? You will be the point person. You need to be on top of everything that happens with your show. You’ll also be asked to cover games and contribute to the region’s top website WRALSportsFan.com.
Does reading this gets you fired up? Are you the type of person that loves making great radio? Do you live for seeing those PPM numbers pop up on the screen? If so, you have a shot to be our next producer.
All candidates must apply online at www.cbc-raleigh.com.