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makeupkid asked:

06 Jul 2010

How / what to do ....

I'm 16 now! And i really want to work in the entertainment business like working behind concerts, being a presenter, working in radio, just working with bands! I'd like to work as any of those! I know this is the age to start getting the experience and stuff! I was just wondering what can i do that will help me get into jobs like those? And also what kind of jobs are they called? I would love to be a singer but don't think i could so i would love to work around music! So if there's any job types or anything i could be interested in..could you send the name of the job types and ill look it up..Thanks :D



nana_0601 says:

Posted on 06 Jul 2010

well i know if you want to work in radio, you could go down to the station office of one of your local radio stations and intern there for however much of a time you want to, you probably won't get into radio unless you take specific courses or learn the ropes (by interning) there. The radio hosts where I live, usually have about 3-4 interns of high school aged kids at least just learning the ropes, and sometimes they get screentime if they're not shy or anything, so i'd suggest you start there. Ryan Seacrest , i believe, started off as a radio personality, and now he knows loads of celebrities and bands. Usually radio hosts interview celebrities or they drop by the station office so you can meet new ones etc. and from that experience more jobs will consider hiring you. Not alot of jobs will hire a person without experience or knowledge of things to do, so your resume will more or less have to have something to put you in association with them, Like for example, if in High School you were on the tv production crew or something of that sort , it's best to bring that into attention. To be a presenter , you probably have to contact a concert venue and more or less go through the interview process. That's pretty much all I can think of at the moment o.o, i still say the best bet is interning at the radio station whilst maybe taking a course on tv production or acting or something, then with the experience of those two, try to gain a job in a place that will give you more time with the bands themselves. good luck

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