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Position available: Newsroom Co-ordinator

18/08/2015

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  • Are you interested in helping develop Bush Radio’s newsroom?
  • Are we covering the right stories? Are we delivering news/it in the right way?
  • Is it news that our audience can use? Do you have basic managerial and editorial skills?

Then Bush Radio 89.5FM has a position for you as a newsroom co-ordinator.

We are looking for a dynamic, driven, hardworking and enthusiastic individual with a flair for, and the basic understanding of the running of a newsroom who is willing to be mentored to help develop Bush Radio’s newsroom: in terms of policy, content, delivery (reading) editing and networking.

In return Bush Radio will offer the candidate access to local and international training as it becomes available, as well as mentoring by senior Bush Radio management in order for the candidate to develop into a fully fledge radio news editor.

Duties will include: Ensuring that Bush Radio adhere’s to its newsroom polices, that content is developed to meet these requirements, ensure that all content published by the newsroom (ie bulletins, online articles, current affairs, features) are of a high and constantly improving quality.

  • No formal journalism or media qualification is a requirement but would aid application.
  • An excellent command of English and a good general knowledge is a requirement as well as the command of one other language Bush Radio broadcasts in (Afrikaans or Xhosa)
  • Experience in working in a newsroom would be an asset.
  • This is a full time contract position (1 year contract after 6 months’ probation)
  • Salary R 4 500 to R 6 000 based on skill level and experience.
  • Cape Town based
  • Application deadline: 17h00 on Wednesday, 26 August 2015
  • Only email applications will be accepted.
  • Send your application with the subject line: News Co-ordinator 2015 to newsed@bushradio.co.za

Application must include:

  1. detailed CV
  2. A motivation letter, including basic ideas on what you think community radio’s news priorities should be, as well as some detail on how you would transform the current news on Bush Radio 89.5FM.
  3. 3 contactable references
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Sometimes more is better – the Cape Town Top 10

10/06/2014

ct top10

Due to the amount of support we’ve been getting for playing local music on Bush Radio 89.5FM the Cape Town Top 5 has now become the Cape Town Top 10!

Still running in the same format and slot on Everyday People (Thursday @ 4pm) the CT Top 10 now becomes an hour long feature on the show.

How to vote:

Check out Everyday People every Thursday when we bring you the Cape Town TOP 10 starting at 4pm, showcasing the tracks from Cape Town’s best artists.

If you like it and want to keep the tracks in the CT TOP10 chart, all you need to do is VOTE.

SMS the word TOP10 + the artist to 32158*.

Let’s support and encourage our local artists and musicians

All songs featured on the CT TOP 10 will be placed in the Bush Radio playlist for regular airplay

*R1 per SMS and free minutes do not apply.

** Cape Town artists wishing to submit their tracks for consideration can do so c/o the Music Co-ordinator. Send it to P.O. Box 13290, Mowbray 7705 or via mp3 to Music@Bushradio **

*** A weekend version of the chart show is also in development – If you are interested in hosting the Saturday version of the Cape Town Top 10 send an audio demo (no more than 5 minutes) to the Programme Integrator via email by the 27 June 2014.***

Check out this week’s Cape Town Top 10 – CLICK HERE


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