If you are thinking about a career in radio, then perhaps the biggest hurdle is securing your first work placement. In a highly competitive industry, finding a way in can prove extremely tricky. We spoke with Point Blank, a world-renowned music school offering Radio, Music Production and DJ classes, to uncover their advice on how to get your foot firmly in the door.
Start out small
Qualifications within the media field are all well and good, but in the world of radio, work experience is, first and foremost what employers are looking for, which is why building up a steady portfolio of roles, no matter how small, proves you are determined and passionate about a career in the field.% | % | % | % | % | %