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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Radio Program Producer

SUMMARY:   Highly talented, creative and skillful Radio Program Producer with over six years experience in controlling the output of radio programs; generating ideas to editing (and sometimes even presenting); selecting music, scheduling, scriptwriting and researching.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Profound experience producing LIVE event programming.
  • Huge experience writing, editing and conceptualizing radio    programming.
  • In-depth experience working with a sales department    developing programming that meets client's needs,    programming objectives and financial goals.
  • Proven experience meeting and presenting programming    concepts to clients, sponsors and agencies.
  • Uncommon ability to produce items and material under    deadline pressure.
  • Strong experience in sports journalism.
  • Exceptional editorial knowledge of national and international    sports news and issues.
  • Extensive knowledge of professional and amateur hockey as    well as the international amateur sports scene.
  • Proven ability to travel.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and strong team player.
  • Solid generator of story ideas and creative treatment of    stories.
  • Reliable team player willing to do a variety of tasks as required    in a small unit.
  • Profound ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure.
  • Uncommon flexibility to adapt to changing work patterns and    methods.
  • Enviable innovator, risk taker, and extremely motivated self-   starter.

    Professional Experience

    Galaxy Radio, Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Radio Program Producer
    • Decide on content and program scheduling.
    • Control program output/'desk-driving', approve final versions of recorded features.
    • Select music appropriate to the program, the audience and the station.
    • Manage and train small creative teams, working with DJs and sound engineers.
    • Choose, source and research guests and bands.
    • Generate ideas for programs/features and pitch these to commissioning editors.
    • Research material for program content and writing interview questions.
    • Edit recorded material using digital equipment and understanding technical procedures. Resolve scheduling issues which include editing down materials recorded by colleagues.
    • Manage budgets.
    • Meet with record company 'pluggers' and other industry professionals.
    • Deal with legal issues including negotiating contracts, completing documentation relating to the Performing Right Society (PRS) and guests' consent, ensure the demands of relevant artists' unions are considered etc.
    • Take responsibility for the health and safety of colleagues and guests.
    • Responding to listeners' comments and questions.
    • Conduct interviews either in the studio or on location.
    • Work in the production of radio commercials/adverts by liaising with local businesses and helping to create an audio identity for them, as well as casting actors for voice-overs.

    Galaxy Radio, Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Radio Broadcast Assistant
    • Undertook general research for programs.
    • Arranged and oversaw guest visits and freelance staff.
    • Maintained up-to-date contact lists.
    • Produced transcripts, program logs and running orders.
    • Recorded program costs.
    • Prepared contracts and payments for guests and contributors.
    • Answered and archived details of calls for 'phone ins' and competitions.
    • Booked resources, facilities, studio time and equipment.
    • Edited audio 'packages' with digital editing software.
    • Assisted the studio producer with time-keeping.
    • Assisted with the recording of transmissions.
    • 'Drove the desk' for some pre-recorded or live programs.
    • Contributed to the creative input of a show, for example wrote cues and updated scripts.
    • Liaised with publicity departments about program trailers and competition prizes.
    • Updated the program/station website and ensured that the on-air and online content were the same.
    • Undertook other ad hoc duties and contributed ideas.

    Education

    Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication
    University of New York (2000)




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