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Transcript of Radio Industry
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Radio Broadcast Assistant
Offering support to radio producers and presenters.
Performing a wide range of key administrative tasks to ensure the smooth running of radio programmes.
Helping with research, planning and production
Need to have strong organisational skills.
To be able to think creatively and problem-solve
Need to have excellent communication skills, including diplomacy and the ability to build rapport and draw information from people.
Need to have knowledge of the UK radio market, different station and programme styles, and audience demographics.
What does a Broadcast Assistant do?
Broadcast Assistants work in both speech-based and music radio, offering practical support to Producers and Presenters.
They carry out a wide range of key administrative tasks to ensure the smooth running of live and recorded radio programmes, and may also help with research, planning and production.
What is the job roles of the Radio Presenter?
•Being the voice of a radio station or programme
•Creating the tone and style of radio output and establishing a relationship with listeners
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