A community radio station is on the lookout for people to train up to assist in producing shows.
Charity-run Radio Dacorum, which celebrated its first birthday earlier this year, now has live shows seven days a week until midnight and pre-recorded music at other times.
Its schedule has a mix to suit all from yummy mummy slots to shows hosted by schoolchildren.
Station manager Matt Hatton said: “We are now looking for people to train up on how to assist in producing, help with on-air multi-media, generally learn the production ropes and understudy for when the main presenter can’t do a show. Those that come in and do well will be first in line to get their own show when one becomes available.”
Volunteering could also help those wanting to get into the radio industry. Matt said: “The software we use is used by a lot of the huge names in broadcasting.”
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