Radio Director

Direct the artistic and production aspects of radio productions.

Radio Director

Radio Director

Roles and responsibilities

Radio directors compile and direct programs for radio.

Their responsibilities include studying scripts and scenarios to determine theme and setting, assessing requirements for productions in association with specialist designers, overseeing creative aspects of radio productions, reviewing tape to evaluate and select scenes and determining any scenes that may need to be re-recorded.

Radio Directors plan and organise the preparation and presentation of programs and determine the technical requirements of productions by discussing program content with the production team.

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Radio directors compile and direct programs for radio.

Their responsibilities include studying scripts and scenarios to determine theme and setting, assessing requirements for productions in association with specialist designers, overseeing creative aspects of radio productions, reviewing tape to evaluate and select scenes and determining any scenes that may need to be re-recorded.

Radio Directors plan and organise the preparation and presentation of programs and determine the technical requirements of productions by discussing program content with the production team.

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Postgraduate Courses To Become

Radio Director

Course work courses to pursue this career
Postgraduate study is not required for this occupation, but may be helpful for career advancement.