I've tried every other method of getting a job and to no avail, so I
am trying this forum. Perhaps someone can assist.
Does anyone know of any on-air or production openings at radio
stations in the eastern part of the U.S.?
I'm looking for my "first gig." I finished college last December.
I have great production skills and can work in virtually any
situation. I practice daily doing production and voice-improvement
exercises. I do tapes for people (you may remember I asked about
radio stations' existance a few weeks back), I do re-mixes for my
mobile DJ business, and I even do creative messages for my answering
machine and other peoples' also.
I'd be willing to move pretty much anywhere as long as I could make
enough money to not be living in a cardboard box in the radio station
parking lot. I have been told by many local radio jocks and production
directors that I have a great talent and would be a great asset to any
station. But this town (Buffalo) thinks too highly of themselves as
a market and won't give me a chance to prove myself. I know I can
deliver a quality product and pull in good numbers if someone would
just give me the chance.
The first station to hire me will be extremely lucky because I'll work
24-hour days if I have to in order to prove my point.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Tom "The Faz" Fazio
***DJ'S DO IT ON THE AIR!***