Volunteers Needed for Radio Production

You’ve always wanted to be involved in live media? Social Justice is the way you live your life? Well then you’ve found a home?  We are looking for experienced and inexperienced people for positions at our global internet radio station.

We are looking for:

  • Producers
    • Energetic individuals interested in developing stories and events related to present broadcasting and future broadcasting. Broadcasting skills helpful but not nescessary. Ten hours a week time commitment needed. Good social skills and ability to work with entertainment personailities.
  • Engineers
    • Tech savvy indivivuals with broadcasting skills and social media needed! On-line broadcasting skills are the most helpful. We use a small independent broadcaster with live programming and scheduled programming. Coding is also helpful.  Individuals who can problem solve in the tech world make us smile!
  • Indy Music (Creative Commons) DJs & Artists
    • We are looking to build a Creative Commons ONLY catalog for global DJs in a late night format.  Music lovers interested in this project should contact us about becoming involved.
  • Archivists
    • As a station operating for 3 years we have a collection of audio, video and other media that needs to be cataloged and archived for future uses and historic purposes. As a media birthed from the Occupy Movement and a child of Occupy Boston we are looking to save all historical materials related to the movements actions that are within our perview. Especially seeking library science students, libraians, researchers and data specialists.
  • Development
    • Know how to raise money? Great we need you! We’re looking for fundraiser and energentic socially motivated people who can help us throw fundraisers and seek development sources.  Grantwriters, party people and event organizers very welcome to join our team!
  • Writers
  • Local Outreach

 

 

 

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