FM105 Down Community Radio is on the lookout for aspiring radio personalities and producers and is inviting potential volunteers to their recruitment night on Thursday 4 November 6.00-8.00pm at SERC’s Downpatrick Campus.
Colm McAlinden, radio station manager for FM105 said, “We’re always keen to welcome new volunteers to the station, and right now we’re looking for people to get involved in a range of areas such as presenting, producing, scheduling and social media marketing. The recruitment night is a great chance for prospective volunteers to learn more about the station, meet some of the team and discuss ways in which they can get involved.”
Colm added “Being part of a community radio station is a great opportunity, especially for any aspiring media or broadcast professional, as it allows them the chance to develop their style, broadcasting skills, and gain valuable media experience. The network of radio stations supported by SERC has helped produce many wonderful broadcasting talents over the years many of which have went onto other sectors of broadcast, whether that be television or commercial radio, and we’d like to see a new cohort of broadcasters come through our doors, eager to add themselves to our list of successful alumni.”
Colm concluded, “Not only is it beneficial experience for any broadcast hopefuls, but it is also an opportunity to share your passion for a topic or music, pick up a new hobby and interest and join a team of likeminded individuals, I look forward to hopefully welcoming many new faces to the team in November.”
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Radio Calling: FM105 Down Community Radio is on the lookout for aspiring radio personalities and producers and is inviting potential volunteers to their recruitment night on Thursday 4 November 6.00-8.00pm at SERC’s Downpatrick Campus. Pictured (L – R) FM105 Down Community Radio station manager Colm McAlinden and presenter Graham McClements.