Broadcasters and students reveal how BMG helps you begin your broadcasting career
When looking to begin your broadcasting career, you’ll need a sound strategy for developing industry contacts and acquiring the necessary broadcasting skills and education required to become a radio broadcaster.
The following BMG and SMG broadcasting students and mentors share their insights about how to get your foot in the door of the radio broadcasting industry. From there, you’ll receive the necessary training and exposure to industry contacts through BMG’s radio broadcasting school apprenticeship training program.
For clarification, BMG and SMG are a part of the same company. Both use the same mentor-apprentice training model and resources, with the only difference being SMG students are training to become sports broadcasters, while BMG teaches the specific skills and tools students need to become radio DJs, talk show hosts, and newscasters.