Radio Training the BMG Way
Learn how to be a radio broadcaster - from a radio broadcaster.
Your radio training through the Broadcasters Mentoring Group is structured to give you an unfair advantage. Since you want to learn how to be a radio broadcaster, who better to train you than a local working radio broadcaster?
When jobs in radio open up, who better to recommend you for hire than your mentor, who already has his own well-established network of contacts.
Ensuring that you have a distinct advantage over others is what's meant when saying "Radio Training, the BMG Way."
Choose between Radio DJ, Sportscasting, and Talk/News Training
Your radio training is customized around your areas of interest, as well as your schedule and availability. The following radio training programs are offered as three-month or six-month training programs.
Radio DJ training - Regardless of what type of music you would like to DJ, BMG offers diverse training programs in every format. Rock, urban contemporary, hip hop, smooth jazz, top 40, and hot AC are but a few of the formats BMG apprentices have trained in.
You choose the radio station in your area in which to train. You'll also choose your training days and times. To learn more about how to be a radio DJ through BMG's radio training program, click here.
Sports Broadcasting Training - Interested in becoming a sports talk host, play-by-play announcer, color analyst, sideline reporter, or update anchor? Because sports broadcasting has so many facets to it, we created a sister company that teaches JUST sports broadcasting, all the time.
The Sportscasters Mentoring Group (SMG) is the only all sports broadcasting school in the US. While other broadcasting schools treat sports broadcasting like a chapter in the book, SMG considers sports broadcasting to be THE book, with its own separate curriculum and training materials.
To learn more about SMG's all sports broadcasting school, and how you can be broadcasting sports within 3 to 6 months, Click Here.
Talk/News Training - Whether your interest is in becoming a talk show host or newscaster, BMG offers training in a talk or news radio station near you.
BMG's talk show apprentices range from business professionals seeking to promote their expertise via the airwaves, to radio aficionados who have always dreamed of becoming a radio talk show host.
Current affairs, politics, entertainment, and community activism are but a few of the talk formats BMG students train in.
To learn more about how to be a radio host at a radio station near you, Click Here.