You may only complete two applications maximum. Applying to more than one department does not help or hinder your chances at being accepted. If you fill out the "General Application" do not fill out any department applications.
The programming department is your logistical best friend. The two most significant responsibilities of the programming department are creating the quarterly schedule of shows and continuously reviewing current shows throughout a quarter. These tasks draw on knowledge of existing programs and enable UCLA Radio to reach its full potential each new quarter. As a member of programming, you will be responsible for reviewing shows; through this, you will gain a truer understanding of the immense diversity and quality found within UCLA Radio programming and better relationships with the people that create that.
No experience necessary.
Use this application to creatively show us how you would be a committed member of UCLA Radio. No experience necessary. Be yourself! This is the only chance we get to see who you are before we interview.
What do you hope to gain from being in UCLA Radio and what would you contribute to the station?
List your other commitments/involvements at UCLA.
Please submit a file that you feel represents you (a poem, song, photo collage, video, dance routine, etc).
How did you hear about our application?
Describe a premise for a radio show, and give a 5 song set list to go with it.
Answer ONLY if you want a radio show. If you do not want a show, let us know here!
Choose all times you are available for a 30 minute group interview.
What's the last thing you took a picture of?
just for fun :-)
Anything else you'd like to say?
These questions relate to working in our Programming Department. We are looking for people who are interested in learning as much as we are interested in experience.
What’s a radio show, podcast, or other show that inspires you and what do you think makes it a good show?
200 words max
Why is it important for a student DJ to listen both critically and casually to UCLA Radio programming apart from their own?
200 words max
What do you believe to be both the most overplayed and underplayed songs on public radio during your lifetime?
If you have any questions, feel free to contact either the programming department @ firstname.lastname@example.org or us @ email@example.com. AND DONT FORGET TO LISTEN TO UCLARADIO.COM IF YOU PLAN ON DOING WELL AT THE INTERVIEW <3
This application closed on Oct. 10, 2017, 8 p.m.
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