Apply To Join The Radio Revolution At 195 The Globe



We are getting excited about the globe launch, which will take place on December 2, 2017 at 2 PM eastern! The globe broadcast team will host an upbeat party to launch the globe into the world, and we can't wait for you to be there for it!
If you are interested in joining our dynamic broadcast team, here are the steps.
1. You'll fill out this short application form.
2. If you didn't upload a sample recording of your broadcast work on the application, or you don't have something to upload, we will see what you need to connect and stream to a server like the one we'll be using. While we're happy to help you get set up and learn your software as needed, we cannot purchase any of your software for you.
3. Unless you've uploaded a recording that meets our standards, or once we've been able to get you configured to broadcast, whatever the case may be, you'll be given the opportunity to do a test show that will enable us to listen to your sound.
4. Assuming all goes well and you pass your audition, there will be a small broadcaster agreement we'll ask you to sign. Don't worry, you're not signing your life away or giving us all your money. It's simply to let us know that you understand what will and will not be acceptable behavior on this team. We don't want drama or games, and we take that very seriously.
5. Once all that's done, we'll be prepared to have your show on our schedule.
You can always email
ddunphy@195theglobe.com
with any concerns you may have.

Things To Know Before Applying


Since some questions have come up since the launch of this application, there are two things I want to make clear.
1. Our station will be licensed so we will be legally broadcasting music and the proper reporting will be done to the music industry as required by copyright and licensing law.
2. Unless a special event is going to be aired that the management team believes would be appropriate for the station, there will not be any simulcasting with any stations at any time. Now this doesn't mean you can't work on another project if you want to. It simply means when you're doing your globe show, it's your globe show. Please do not mention any other stations or their programs on your globe show. This ensures that when people are tuned in, they can hear something on the globe that they are not getting somewhere else at the time you're presenting with us. If you have any questions about this policy, use the email address above to contact me with further questions about this.

The Application


Use the following form to fill out your application to become a broadcaster on the globe. Please read through all fields carefully. Note that if you attach a show sample to your application, it will take a few moments for your form to be submitted so that the mp3 you send us can upload. How long that will take depends on your internet connection. If you have an mp3 of a show you've done, and you think it'll take too long to upload, put the url of a link where we can download the recording.
Unless a field is labeled as optional, all fields are required.

Introduce Yourself


Please enter your first and last name:

Please tell us where you are located

Please enter your email address:

Please give us an alternate way to contact you. This could be skype, twitter, etc.

Tell Us About Your Show


What is the name of your show?

Please tell us your dj name:

Please tell us the day, start and end times you'd like for your show

Please give us a description of what your show will be like:

A Sample Of Your Work And Last Comments


In order for you to be considered for a slot on our station, we need to hear a sample of your work. If you have a sample of your work, which could be a show you've done in the past, part of a show, etc, you can use the below field to upload the show to us. If you do not have a show to upload, but you have it stored in a public dropbox folder or somewhere else, please include that link in the comments field at the bottom of the application. If you don't have a sample yet, that's fine, but we'll have to get that from you from a test cast before we put you on the air.

If you have any comments, questions or anything else you think would be useful for us to know, go ahead and enter them here. Any experiences you'd like to share, skills you think would be beneficial, etc: This field is optional too