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    Posted on Thursday, March 24 @ 16:02:57 EDT by BrownCollege
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    A guide to your first day of radio broadcasting school

    Are you considering radio broadcasting school, or planning to sta
    rt classes in the near future? Have you been thinking about what different tools you’ll need to be a successful student? Starting a new degree program can seem a bit daunting. Here are some basics you may need to get ready for your first day of radio broadcasting school.

    Preparing for Classes

    When preparing for radio broadcasting school, make a complete list of everything you will need for the entire semester, and review your course selection to make any final adjustments to your schedule. This can save you time and aggravation on your first day of school. If the radio broadcasting school offers an orientation, take advantage of this opportunity. Orientations are a great way to see your surroundings and meet instructors, plus give you an opportunity to fine tune your course schedule.

    Staying ahead of the Class
     
    Buy your radio broadcasting books early and review the first two chapters. This can help you better understand the curriculum and course objectives. Familiarize yourself with the tools that are used in the school’s radio broadcasting studio, including the soundboard, microphones and other industry equipment. This can give you an upper hand on your first day. Being aware of what to expect and what tools you’ll use can be a benefit that can pay off in the future.

    Gather Supplies

    In addition to textbooks, other supplies you may need while enrolled in radio broadcasting school include:
    • Audio headphones
    • Laptop computer to learn industry software
    • Several notebooks
    • Digital media for recording or storing a demo or programming
    • Any additional supplies the school requires
    Network, Network, Network

    On your first day, talk to as many people as possible. Networking can help open doors to many possibilities in the radio broadcasting industry. Have you ever heard the saying “It’s who you know”? The radio business is no exception. Your instructors may be able to help you land an internship at a radio station which could lead to a job opportunity. You can network with instructors, staff and fellow students. Each person can offer their advice on what it takes to thrive in radio broadcasting. By networking, you can also learn a lot about the radio broadcasting industry from people who have been working in the field for years.

    This article is presented by Brown College. Contact us today if you’re interested in developing marketable knowledge and career-relevant skills with an industry-current degree program from Brown College. http://www.browncollege.edu/  

    Brown does not guarantee employment or salary.


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