A radio broadcaster’s responsibilities depend on the radio station where he/she works. If it’s an AM (news and public service oriented) radio station, then a radio broadcaster is expected to deliver news and other public service announcements to the listeners. He/she might also conduct on-air interviews, take phone calls, and deliver some advertisements.
If a radio broadcaster works for a FM (music and entertainment-oriented) radio station on the other hand, then he/she is expected to play featured/requested songs on-air, deliver advertisements, and take phone calls from listeners. Of course, their tasks always depend on the radio program format assigned to them.
Sample Radio Broadcaster CV Template
38 Ince Crescent,
Liverpool, Merseyside, L37 1XR
Phone: 0151 722 8920
To serve the people through ethical and responsible broadcasting
1997-2002: Radio Announcer, 97.3 Campus Radio
- Operated the console, recorders and other broadcasting equipment
- Played listeners’ requested songs
- Communicated with listeners and gave love advices on air
2002-Present: Radio Broadcaster, Radio DZXV (AM station)
- Hosted a regular radio program about agricultural innovations and technology called “Agri Today”
- Conducted thorough research, live interviews, and field reports needed for the program
1990-1993: Cum Laude, B.S. in Development Communication, Major in Radio Broadcasting, Liverpool University
1993-1996: M.S in Mass Communication, London Academy of Broadcasting
- Has excellent research, writing, interview and editing skills
- Has working knowledge in operating different broadcasting equipment
- Writes scripts for radio programs
Available upon request.