NPR veteran Doug Mitchell moderated this panel along with Helen Barrington, Executive Director of Programming for WFCR, Bob Beck, News Director for Wyoming Public Radio, and WSHU News Director Naomi Starobin.
The panel decoded job listings, identifying what does "relevant experience required" mean for an applicant fresh from grad school? What kinds of radio clips should be sent when the job description is "part-time Morning Edition Host, crime beat reporter, online genius"? How well DO you need to know ProTools? And, is it still possible to go from a local market to the "network"?