DJ SKILLS: Ability to work a sound board and audio equipment, clear speaking voice, strong knowledge of music, especially in a particular genre, unflappable under pressure or when equipment malfunctions, basic knowledge of posting on a blog, able to follow FCC and WRIR’s rules and procedures, reliable and dependable, committed to the mission of WRIR, gets along with other volunteers.
LOCATION: WRIR’s studio, live (no pre-recorded shows are accepted)
TIME: Regular commitment to a 2-3 hour show when one is needed to fill our program schedule. You can train to be a substitute DJ. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about openings.
TRAINING: Current DJs will train you on WRIR’s equipment and procedures; the training is usually a minimum of three sessions; you must pass the FCC test and the training to be a DJ.
1) Tell us about yourself by filling out our volunteer application.
2) Meet WRIR volunteers by attending a committee meeting. Seriously, just show up and introduce yourself. This calendar has the schedule of meetings. Some are monthly. Some are every other month.
3) Listen to WRIR and follow us on social media. You’ll discover programs and opportunities to help the station. Email the Volunteer Coordinator with your questions, inquiries or suggestions at email@example.com.
Promoters and Record Labels
It’s best to contact us by email, as most of the music directors have day jobs and other activities that prevent them from having regular “office hours” at the station.
General/Rock/AAA – Anna Creech – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hip Hop – Erin Gerety – email@example.com
Jazz – Michael Gourier firstname.lastname@example.org
Local/Tours – Mike Rutz – email@example.com
Loud – Emily Robinson & Mike Sanchez – firstname.lastname@example.org
RPM – vacant
World – Bill Lupoletti – email@example.com