DO YOU WANT YOUR 15 MINUTES OF FAME?
DO YOU WANT YOUR 15 MINUTES OF FAME?
We will be having our next installment of our COVER BAND SHOWCASE on Saturday, July 26th. if you would like to participate, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with:
the people in your band
the band/musician you would like to cover
your band name (historically these have been spin offs of the original name, such as Shakir A’Neal, the Shakira cover band)
your set list
*by this friday, July 18th*
(this will give bands a week to practice)
*We cannot guarantee spots to all who express interest, so please be thoughtful in your selections*
Also, please know that people applying DO NOT have to have a summer or be affiliated with the station! So if you have some kids you tutor who you wanna do a band with, or you know your grandma would be down to perform her rendition of a the clash, or you just have friends you know are interested, by all means, let them know.
HOORAY WE ARE SO EXCITED!
it’s getting hot outside and our AC is working! stop by, say hi, we’re reaaal friendly.
these are some artists whose new LPs we like a lot. they’re available for download in our station on the new music shelf.
PHOX — Slow Motion ::: omg omg, this whole album is amazing, it’s like sea salt caramel for your ear drums.
FUR CUPS FOR TEETH — Buffalo ::: a really, really solid femme punk band with pretty sparkles of electronica.
KAN WAKAN — Forever Found ::: dreamy, i-am-a-strong-independent-emotionally-complex-lady music. loving this record.
DOM LA NENA — Golondrina ::: a beautiful, sparse, eloquent tune. Her EP also has a National cover on it that’s preeeeetty cool.
THE BOMBAY ROYALE — Henna Henna ::: super rad genre bending compositions with heavy bollywood influences, as well as funk, soul and electronica.
<3 <3 <3 Sophie
In Oberlin this summer? Interested in hosting a radio show? Applications for summer programming are online now! As always, no experience necessary. The deadline is 11:59pm, June 8, 2014.
You can find applications at: http://www.wobc.org/apply/
Got a question? Shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com.
This Saturday, WOBC will host its annual OPEN HOUSE for alums/illuminati/anyone else interested. It starts at noon—come through to the station, spin records, stuff your face with hors d’oeuvres, enjoy our petting zoo (now with goat), talk radio, mingle, network, etc.
If you have questions, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DONT UNPLUG ME
TONIGHT’S EVENT: Casey Jane Ellison w. Bebe Yama
Star of VFiles’ What The F*shion?!, Status Update guru, pioneer of the comedian avatar, and the brains behind Aboveground Animation, Casey Jane Ellison is an artist, comic, curator and bicoastal bisexual born and raised in Los Angeles.
Casey Jane Ellison will warm up the ‘Sco for Splitchers with an art and comedy extravaganza.
Oberlin Alum Bebe Ya-Ma will open
Wednesday, April 30th
CLICK THRU TO FIND YOUR DONT UNPLUG ME GROUNDING WITH 5-7 WEIRDOS!!
Are you “into” radio? Do you want to get more involved with WOBC? Then apply to be on WOBC staff for next year! In addition to the specific responsibilities described below, each staff member is expected to attend regular staff meetings and assist with other projects (Block party? Community outreach? Cover band showcase? Mystery event? create-your-own!>!>)
Staff positions do not carry over into the next year, so each one is open. Please send a short statement of interest (name, experience with WOBC, why you are qualified/want this job) to email@example.com by Monday, May 12.
You may apply to more than one position, and many positions have more than one slot. Also, these jobs are not limited to college students—community members are encouraged to apply.
∞ Genre Directors (Apply for Pop/Rock, Folk/Country, Classical, Electronic, Freeform, Hip Hop, Jazz, Metal, Punk, and/or International)
The genre director is primarily responsible for processing new music in their genre that the station receives and managing their genre’s section of the music library. Genre directors lead a weekly workgroup of station members to process new records and file old records within their genre. The genre director is responsible for posting regularly about new music in their genre on the WOBC blog. Genre directors are also expected to recruit DJs to apply to shows within their genre, work with the Promotions Directors to raise awareness about their genre and assist the Program Director in evaluating applications within their genre. Knowledge of musical styles in a particular genre and familiarity with the community of musicians and aficionados of that genre on campus is a plus in this position.
∞ News Editors (PAID POSITION)
∞ Public Affairs Director
∞ Vinyl Director
∞ Promotions Director
∞ Music Librarian/Traffic
∞ Web and Computer Manager (PAID POSITION)
∞ Station Historian
∞ Outreach Director
***We have no received our budget for next year yet, so pay cannot be confirmed for any of these positions
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