Utah Radio and TV -- Your local lifeline
Come learn more about the various jobs involved in the world of broadcasting.
Discover broadcasting opportunities in radio and TV. Broadcasting jobs include: on-air announcing, sales, engineering, news, traffic, office, web design and more.
Come visit with Radio and TV Broadcast companies from around the state to discuss jobs and internship possibilities.
Join us from 9 am‐noon March 15th at the Ray Olpin Union Ballroom located on the University of Utah campus.
Location: A. Ray Olpin Student Union, 200 S Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Providing Alerts, news and vital information to help keep you safe and informed.
Impact to Utah's Economy
WE ARE THE HEART OF THE COMMUNITY AND GIVE BACK TO THE TUNE OF $75 MILLION (FUNDS RAISED/ DONATED AIR-TIME) TO CHAIRITY AND NON-PROFITS ORGANIZATIONS EVERY YEAR.
Economic Impact of Broadcasters is huge!
NEARLY 9 BILLION DOLLARS ANNUALLY TO UTAH'S ECONOMY!
Promoting local business
NEXT LEVEL SERVICE
ON THE AIR
Always there for you
LIVE AND LOCAL
Weather you are looking for a job in radio or TV station — or your station is looking to fill a position check out jobs with our National Broadcast Career Page, a free service.
If you are looking broadcasting job:
Broadcast Jobs offer a wide range of positions — including news, programming, engineering, administrative positions, sales and marketing and graphic design and other positions. Broadcast stations are always looking for people — don’t forget internships are a great place to start. Please go to:
If you are looking for a broadcast employee:
Start by listing your opening at CareerPage.org, The National Broadcast Job Bank, a service of the National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations. You’ll need to get your station’s password from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep Radio Free
Big foreign record labels want more money. So they’re asking Washington to force radio stations to give it to them by creating a new performance fee—even though the radio industry already pays hundreds of millions every year in royalties.
Ninety percent of Americans listen to radio weekly. Radio creates music fans. Fans who purchase albums, attend concerts and buy merchandise—the profits of which go to the labels.
To a larger extent, radio is the soundtrack of our lives. We get an invaluable source of news, traffic, weather and, of course, unforgettable moments underscored by amazing music.
The labels are desperately looking to compensate for the record industry’s inability to adapt to the growing number of streaming services. All of a sudden, the labels think this system—which has helped produce the most successful music industry in the world—is broken. It is not! Help keep radio free to play and promote musicians new and old, along with news, community info and more.
BROADCASTERS KEY PARTNERS
IN PROTECTING OUR CHILDREN
We are proud to be active Members of the AMBER Alert Plan. Utah was the 10th state to incorporate it into action. We have one of the very best plans in the country.
The AMBER Alert is a cooperative partnership between law-enforcement agencies and local broadcasters. We thank our broadcasters for the voluntary support, which is the backbone of getting the community alerted and informed.
By interrupting programming to broadcast information about the missing child law-enforcement agencies gain the assistance of radio and TV listeners and viewers throughout Utah to become immediate assets to help recover abducted children and quickly apprehend the suspect.
David Oxenford's legal blog
FCC NEWS AND UPDATES
Broadcast Law Blog CLICK HERE to get the most recent posts.
Discussion of FCC, copyright, advertising and other legal issues of importance to radio and television broadcasters and other media companies