Online DJ/Show Application

If you are interested in hosting a show on Bellarmine Radio, please fill out this application. Include as much detail as possible and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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    SPECIALTY SHOW INFO

    First, our greatest need is for those who can DJ during our regular daily programming. In other words, those interested in working with what we’re already playing, but putting their own mark on that time of day. However, you may have a specialty show in mind. What type of show do you envision doing for Bellarmine Radio? If you are planning a talk show, what specific issues or topics do you plan to discuss (e.g. Sports, Politics, Movies)? If you are planning on playing music during your show what type of music will you be playing (e.g. Rap, Afro-Grass-Folk-Rock, 80’s Hair Metal)? Another important thing to include is times that you would plan to broadcast so that we may conjoin our radio schedule with your personal schedule. Bellarmine Radio supports a combination of the college and commercial radio waves, remember this as our general format. Here is your chance to pitch your show to us. Be specific and refrain from using phrases such as “covering various” topics when talking about a talk show, and “Music that I like” for music types that you plan to include:
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    Important

    All students taking part in Bellarmine Radio must follow all rules and regulations as related to Registered Student Organizations (Please consult the Student Affairs Handbook for full details). The most important criterion is to maintain a C average or above. Attendance at the bimonthly Bellarmine Radio meetings is mandatory for students. You must also complete four hours of volunteer work at Bellarmine Radio each month (if you co-host a show then you are responsible for two hours a month). Please do not apply for a show if this presents a problem. Specialty show directors are required to remain in the perimeters and terms agreed to with the Program Director, Station Manager, and Faculty Advisor. Directors are also required to keep a consistent schedule in order to guarantee a strong show listener-ship. If a show is missed for whatever reason, directors are responsible for notifying the Program Director before-hand. If more than four shows are missed without legitimate excuse, the Program Director (as well as those above them) maintain the power to remove the show from scheduling. Disc Jockeys are also required to remain in the perimeters and terms agreed to with the Program Director, Station Manager, and Faculty Advisor. DJs are asked to keep a consistent genre in their music basis, and try to maintain a steady flow of mood throughout their broadcast. DJs may be asked to fulfill requests made by listeners and may do so within reason. DJs may also be asked to promote events, give news/weather updates, or promote shows during their shift. Disc Jockeys who fail to honor these terms will be removed from their position. All Bellarme Radio participants must be students, faculty, or staff at Bellarmine University. Please indicate your standings to reflect this. By submitting this contract you agree to the standards written out in this contract and recognized that failing to submit this form will prevent your application from being processed.
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