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UCLA Radio Sports is the premier destination for students interested in starting a career in journalism and broadcasting. Our department currently airs a show each day from 5-6pm on Monday-Friday. Last quarter, our shows were: MLB Talk (baseball), Cali Swag (California sports), Around the Leagues (roundtable), Radio FC (football/futbol) and Ball Don’t Lie (basketball). The department currently has reporting opportunities with the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers and is looking to expand coverage by doing play-by-play coverage of UCLA sporting events.
UCLA Radio is UCLA's student-run radio station. 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.
Why do you want to be in UCLA Radio and what would you contribute to the station?
250 word max
List your other involvements/commitments at UCLA
Please submit a file that you feel represents you (a poem, song, photo collage, video, dance routine, etc).
Any file form is acceptable, except ".pages". For photos and videos, please submit the smallest file possible.
Anything else you'd like to say?
How did you hear about our application?
Would you like a show on UCLA Radio?
If no, skip next question
Describe a show idea with a five song set list.
Choose all times you are available to meet for a 30 minute group interview.
These questions relate to working in our Sports Department. We are looking for people who are interested in learning as much as we are interested in experience.
What is your favorite sports radio/television show and why?
200 word max
What sports would you feel comfortable covering on air and why?
Describe your ideal sports broadcast. The show should be unique and avoid imitating shows such as Mike and Mike, Around the Horn, Pardon the Interruption, etc.
200 word max
Summarize your favorite sporting event from last season as if it were a recap for ESPN. The response may either be written or a sound clip.
200 word max
If you have any questions, feel free to contact either the sports department at firstname.lastname@example.org or us at email@example.com. Follow our UCLA Radio Facebook page for more info!! AND DONT FORGET TO LISTEN TO UCLARADIO.COM IF YOU PLAN ON DOING WELL AT THE INTERVIEW <3
This application closed on Oct. 3, 2016, 6 p.m.
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