Ultra Insider students, who usually have little or no broadcasting experience, will be paired with a local broadcaster for a six month training program.
You choose the specific radio station or team in your area you'd like to train with. BMG then sets up your initial placement interview with a mentor from that station. If accepted for training by your broadcasting-mentor, that station is where a major portion of your training occurs.
After being placed, BMG provides you with all the training materials you'll need, as well as ongoing support and oversight of your training program. We serve as the overseer of your training throughout your entire course of study.
- Every radio station with a broadcaster is a candidate to work with you.
- You'll submit 4-6 station preferences as to where you'd like to train.
- You choose the days and times you'd like to train.
- We'll set up an interview for you with a prospective mentor from one of your station preferences. If accepted after your interview, this is the mentor who will train you and the station where your training will take place.
Think of your BMG training like a college course with a lab. (Your BMG "lab" is when you host your own radio show and receive feedback.) But you'll also read and watch training materials at your convenience, and complete short assignments at home, which will enable you to understand the "how to" of broadcasting, and give you a better understanding of why things are done the way they are at the station.
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