Career Information Related
Communications and Broadcast Technology: Radio 

TV-Radio Web Site

Sample of Job Titles and Salary Ranges

Board Operator              Min Wage on up

Promotion Asst.          Min Wage on up        

Production Asst.           Min Wage on up

Studio Engineer            Min Wage on up        

Producer                      Min Wage on up

Field Engineer            Min Wage on up     

Announcer                   Min Wage on up

Audio Editor                 Min Wage on up  

Intern                       Volunteer

Starting full time salaries can be in the 20's to 30's depending on the position and experience of the candidate. Hourly wage is typical.

Possible Employers

  • All DC area Radio Stations (Music, News, and Talk)

  • All DC area Radio Networks

  • DC area production facilities

Students are encourage to speak with faculty about specific industry jobs and internships. Internships are an excellent way to get into the station in order to make contacts and further career ambitions. All radio internships in Communications and Broadcasting Technology are by application only. See the radio advisor for details.


Sources of Additional Information


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Date Reviewed:  Spring 2005 awb