WOR radio in NYC looking for 'superstar to host nightly sports talk show'
Clear Channel Communications- New York City, NY
Clear Channel Communications, Inc. is the world s largest radio and outdoor advertising company with leading market positions in each of its two business segments; Media & Entertainment and Outdoor. Clear Channel is also one of the most innovative media players in the market a leader in the converging media space, having developed best-in-class integrated media offers (e. g Radio/Web) and having built significant positions in the HD arena.
We are on the hunt for a superstar to host a nightly sports talk show. The successful candidate will have the proven ability to host a sports talk show along with an understanding of sports, news/talk and general radio programming principles. Candidate should have a strong knowledge of baseball particularly. Need to embrace the top sports news, pop culture, and topics of the day and make it fun with big personality.
Ideal candidate must possess
Be social media savvy
Have the ability to think clearly and quickly under pressure situations
Be creative with callers and work well with your producer
Demonstrate solid news judgment
Exercise self-discipline and time-management skills
Ability to work well and in a professional under pressure and tight deadlines
Must enjoy being promotionally active with listeners and clients
MUST HAVE - Minimum of 3 years on-air experience and have a deep knowledge of all FCC rules and regulations.
To apply, go directly onto our website, www. clearchannel. comand submit your resume to Sports Talk Show Host for WOR 710AM.
Clear Channel is an equal opportunity employer and will not tolerate discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected classification or status.
NEW YORK, New York, United States
Full-Time/Regular" via NY Radio Message Board. Bruce Jacobs suggested. And of course Sid Rosenberg.
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