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Internships: Folk Show

Production Assistant

Duties: Assist in setting up Folk Show guest musicians for live broadcasts and recording. Get experience in music mixing and operating a professional studio mixing board. Gain skills in recording and editing using the latest techniques and the best new equipment. Work with an array of talented singer-songwriters, folk and acoustic bands, producers and DJs.

Qualifications: Must be available Sunday evening from 7-11:30pm. Having a car or a reliable means getting to XPN is critical. Knowledge of music and studio skills would be helpful. Enthusiasm for all kinds of music, especially WXPN programming. Ability to work well with other production assistants and XPN staff.

Some of our recent interviews include:
David Bromberg with The Angel Band, Pat Wictor, Jim Boggia, Ben Arnold, Boris Garcia Band, Tin Bird Choir, John Flynn, Gandalf Murphy & The Slambovian Circus of Dreams, Beau Django, and Susan Werner

Description: Whether you like folk music or simply interested in working behind the scenes in radio, these internships can be quite rewarding and sometimes lead to careers in broadcasting and the communication industry.

Benefits To You: Learn broadcasting including radio station operation, live music production and valuable studio skills.

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Work Study Coordinator

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