Jobs On-Air

Announcers are a radio station's "voice" and are often the people with whom the public identifies. This person introduces programs and music, reads commercial copy and public service announcements, and is involved in the overall public presentation of the station. At smaller stations, many announcer positions are part-time and duties overlap into other areas.

REQUIREMENTS: Excellent communications skills and the ability to think on your feet are obvious necessities in staying on-the-air. In today's digital world, even radio personnel need to know how social media works to promote your program and your station.

Coast 93.1 Portland Maine Morning Cohost

-Coast 93.1, Portland Maine’s Adult Hit Music Station is looking for a cohost for the very popular Blake & Eva Show. After 15 years, Eva is retiring from radio, and we need to fill her big shoes (don’t let her know we called her shoes big).- -For this position, radio experience doesn’t matter. What does matter is that you must possess these qualities:- -·  ...Portland, ME

AM Anchor-MMJ-Traffic-CW61, JR022677

-The CW61 Arizona, in Phoenix, is seeking a talented News Anchor, who can also work as a Traffic Anchor to join our morning team. The morning Anchor has dual responsibilities for preparing and delivering news reports and for preparing and presenting traffic reports in our newscasts. Candidates must have a strong anchor presence and the ability to deliver copy clearly and with authority. ...Phoenix, AZ

AM Anchor-MMJ-Meteorologist-CW61, JR022676

-The CW61 Arizona, in Phoenix, is seeking a talented Anchor and Meteorologist to join our morning team. The morning Anchor and Meteorologist has dual responsibilities for preparing and delivering news reports and for preparing and delivering accurate weather report our newscasts. Candidates must have a strong anchor presence and the ability to deliver copy clearly and with authority.&nbs...Phoenix, AZ

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