Whether you aspire to be an on-air personality, or your interests lie more in the production or promotions side, with an Olivet degree in hand, you will be set up for success. Showcase your talents and make an impact for Christ through a career in radio and the record industry.Radio Record Industry is a concentration within Multimedia Communication. Apply your learning by working at Shine.FM, one of the top contemporary Christian radio networks in the country. Shine.FM is a radio network of five stations impacting Chicagoland, Indianapolis and Northwest Indiana, as well as the thousands of additional listeners who access the Shine.FM online or through mobile apps. Shine Worship and Shine Rock provide additional opportunities for students to gain on-air or producing experience.Develop solid skills in production, writing and editing. Sharpen your critical thinking abilities. Gain valuable experience in an exciting internship. Benefit from the skills and knowledge of professors who are already successful in the professional world.
Spend a semester in Nashville, Tenn., at the
Contemporary Music Center
, earning credit toward your Olivet degree. Work in real-world settings with high-end gear via the
providing production support for weekly live shows, and engineering recording sessions. Manage artists, produce weekly concerts and plan a tour through the
CareersOlivet boasts several successful and award-winning alumni throughout the radio broadcasting industry.If you:
then a career in radio and record industry may be waiting for you.
Possible radio careers: program director, production manager, radio advertising sales, station manager, music director, public service director, radio traffic, reporter, music librarian, news department, radio engineering, human resources, announcer, scriptwriter, radio promotions Radio Broadcasting is part of the Department of Communication, within the College of Arts and Sciences.
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Build your résumé by working for Shine.FM, one of the nation's top contemporary Christian radio networks, while still a student.
Heather (Attig) McLaughlin