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FBi Radio Sydney Looking For Fresh Talent

by Tim Cashmere on January 12, 2012

in News,Noise Pro

Sydney’s independent radio station FBi is on the hunt for new presenters and you could be the next in line to force your musical tastes upon the harbour city.

FBi is running their presenter training course again and they need new talent to take over the airwaves overnight.

Have you ever wanted to be the voice coming out of speakers citywide telling audiences what they just heard? Have you ever wanted to decide what the audience just heard? Do you think you have music taste that is worthy of broadcast? Well this might be for you.

Not so fast though. You’re going to have to sit through eight training sessions and then be able to commit to fortnightly graveyard shifts for the six months after that. That’s a total of eight months dedication to the station, oh and you’ll be 18-25 years old, ideally.

Sounds pretty cool, doesn’t it? Well, head on over to FBi’s official site for info on how to apply, and good luck!

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