Sometimes when you are looking for a job, the best ones aren’t the ones that you find, but the ones that find you. I was browsing Facebook the other day, like I always do, and I stumbled across an event for an audition at a radio station in Ohio. I clicked on the event page, curious to find out more about what the station audition was about. Come to find out the station is looking for new dj’s to be a part of their station.
The audition involved a submitting a video via youtube, or vimeo to them using a script that they provided. The station, RadioU, based out of the Columbus area of Ohio, was looking for a few extra hands. I have always been a fan of this station ever since I had first discovered it and never dreamed that I would be auditioning for a dj position with them one day. Well, turns out that I DID. First lets take a look at the rules for the audition so you can see what I had to follow when recording my audition. Then you will see my audition in all of it’s glory.
I took my audition down as requested by RadioU since the audition period is over.
Have you ever done anything like this before? Tell me about it!
*UPDATE: I heard back from Nikki Cantu at RadioU this morning. They had a lot of submissions this year and will be adding those people to their on air rotation, but did not accept me at this time. At least I applied. You can’t get something if you don’t work for it. Simple enough.