Fly FM is looking for new talent!
As the official Student Radio Station for NTU, Fly FM Broadcasts to all three campuses and over 27,000 students!
We’re currently on the lookout for several new presenters to join our dynamic specialist evening show line up, as well as presenters to host our brand new weekend music review show! – If you’ve got a passion for new music, commitment, and a desire to produce award winning radio, then we want to hear from you!
We’re particularly interested in individuals with an interest in presenting specialist Dubstep, Reggae or D&B shows, although will consider applications for alternative genres.
We are also looking to fill several positions for Fly’s brand new music review show, due to air on Sunday evenings in early 2013.
We want to hear from individuals with a broader interest in music, who would be keen to form part of an on-air music review panel.
You don’t need to have experience in radio, or be on a media course either! If you’ve got the commitment and desire for making award winning radio, we’ll give you the training you need to get there!
- Our application process opens on Monday 7th January 2013 and closes at midnight on Friday 18th January 2013.
- Applications will only be accepted via our online system. You must be a current NTU student to apply.
- All applicants will be required to attend a voice check session on Sunday 20th January 2013 from 3PM.
- Applicants must prepare and present a ~1 minute radio style “link” of choice, as well as present a “crunch n roll” during the voice check.
- Successful applicants will be contacted as soon as possible via email after the voice check day.
- Applicants must be available on a weekly basis during term time during one of the following slots:
- Specialist Shows: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday 23:00 -00:00
- Review Show: Sunday: 18:00 – 19:00
Sorry, but our application process closed on 19/01/2013.
Q: Can I apply for both positions?
A: Yes, please apply for each.
Q: What is a “link”?
A: A link is radio speak for a presenters “on air chat” during the songs. We want to hear how good you sound on air, so why not tell us about certain band x, an interesting event or something else entirely that will engage the listener!
Q: What is a “crunch n roll”?
A: Where a presenter back announces a track, offers a comment, joke or tells the listener what’s coming up, and then introduces the next track.
Q: I applied to present during fresher’s week, but wasn’t successful in the voice checks, can I apply again?
A: Of course!
Q: I’ve got a question that isn’t answered here, how can I contact you?
A: Please use the “Get In Touch” page on our website, and email one of the station managers.