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Useful Links – Helping you take the next step in radio

This page is dedicated to helping you find other websites that offer you help, advice and opportunities regarding a career in broadcasting. This page is updated on a regular basis so keep checking to find the latest useful links. Click on the orange writing to follow the links to the websites.

Global’s Sound Check Global’s Soundcheck gives you access and feedback from the UK’s best radio talent coaches in Global. You’ll get tips and feedback on your demo to help you develop your skill and talent.

Global Academy A future in the media & entertainment industry starts here. Look here for the radio station info, contacts and latest jobs.

SRA Student Radio Association is a representative which supports and acts on behalf of student radio in the UK.

Radio Academy is a registered charity dedicated to the encouragement, recognition and promotion of excellence in UK radio broadcasting and audio production.

Radio Today with the latest industry news and jobs.

Hospital Radio Association is the national charity that supports and promotes Hospital Broadcasting in the UK.

Peter Stewart is a broadcaster and writer about (almost) everything to do with radio. Peter has published books and e-books covering presentation, production, reporting and now radio’s use of social media. Visit Peters site for more information.

Skillset are offering radio professionals up to £15,000 towards the cost of training schemes. Money is going quick so get in touch ASAP.

Youth Media Agency The Youth Media Agency is the National home for UK Youth Media: raising the profile of, and supporting, over 300 exciting media platforms. We deliver campaign and media training, working with 16-25 year olds.

Podium are a new company that is open to anyone to do a podcast about anything you wish. Great way to get your voice out there and heard.

PlayItSoftware PlayIt Software is a professional radio software suite that is powerful, yet intuitive to use and accessible to all aspiring to run a radio station.

Free Radio Course At ALLFM 96.9 . You need to aged between 12-17 and be from Manchester to apply and at the end of the project you get to produce and present you very own show.

Journalism Diversity Fund have the costs of your NCTJ-accredited course and examination fees paid for, gain support from a personal mentor, a successful working journalist, to provide advice, insight and guidance whilst your complete your training, receive contributions to your living expenses during your training.

BBC All BBC vacancies can be found here.

Project Abroad Work in radio abroad, you will get an insight into the workings of the media in a new cultural and political setting. For many of their journalism placements you do not need any foreign language ability.

Community Media Association Championing access to community radio and local television for all people and their communities to achieve lasting positive social change.

OFCOM TV and Radio regulators.


Useful Links - Helping you take the next step in radio