The Magnolia Avenue Studios host over a hundred national and regional artists and bands every year. The live performance engineer makes them sound great on air. This is a highly skilled, technical position, so experience is quite useful, but training will be provided, and volunteers are encouraged to observe and assist in producing sessions to gain experience.
KDHX's Magnolia Avenue Studios host over 150 live bands every year, and all of those audio recordings creates a lot of data to keep track of. Live Performance Audio Archivists edit audio content into playable CD tracks and mp3 files that can be posted on our website. Audio Archivists at KDHX also make sure all files are properly labelled and are in the right place.
KDHX talk shows cover a wide array of topics important to St. Louis, from the environment to literature. KDHX is looking for experienced volunteers to help talk show hosts record and edit their weekly shows.
We regularly need assistance from volunteers in producing messages from sponsors and messages for "KDHX Welcomes," which helps promote KDHX-sponsored and KDHX-friendly events. Public Service Announcements (PSAs) are service messages, written by volunteers in KDHX format, from non-profit organization press releases and bulletin submissions.
KDHX is seeking trained board operators to air pre-recorded programming, monitor the program and broadcast systems as it is aired, cue and air announcements as scheduled, monitor volume levels, answer the listener telephone line, and do some basic on-air announcing.
Visit my KDHX.org profile at: /play/roy-kasten/
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I'm a co-DJ on Literature for the Halibut.
I grew up listening to KDHX since I can remember.
Sleater-Kinney is my favorite band (I think).