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Sample Script Reader Cover Letter






When writing a script reader cover letter be sure the hiring manager knows you have experience reading a book or script for radio and television programs and commercials as well as viewing and listening to video and sound tapes to detect and recommend deletion of vulgar, immoral, libelous, or misleading statements, according to FCC and station standards. All script reader cover letters should provide details about what the applicants can bring to the job that may separate them from other job seekers.


Melissa Howard
678 Ocean View Drive
Any City, USA 23232

July 19, 2006


Mr. Bruce Gray,
Hiring Manager
ABCD-Am Radio
973 Bronte Road
Any Town, USA 78956

Dear Mr. Gary:

I understand from your listing on JobBankUSA.com you are in the market for a trained script reader who has experience reading a book or script for radio and television programs and commercials as well as viewing and listening to video and sound tapes to detect and recommend deletion of vulgar, immoral, libelous, or misleading statements, according to FCC and station standards.

I meet those requirements and am looking for employment as one of the script readers you plan to hire this year. I hope you will consider my history and experience, all of which is listed on my enclosed resume. I got my start and excellent training from Barbara Islip at WXYZ-AM Radio. I think she is the best in the business.

Would you like to meet to talk over this job? If so, please call me on my cell phone: 785-897-3434 to set up an interview at your convenience. Thank you for your time and attention to my cover letter and resume.

Sincerely,


Melissa Howard

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