What does a Presentation Director do?
A Presentation Director is basically a radio DJ, but without the talking. They play the ads, programmes... everything. A Presentation Director has to catch everyone else's mistakes before they go to air. It's a 'live on-air' control room where anything can happen and it's their job to keep things running smoothly.
What I like about being a Presentation Director -
"The title sounds flash! You are basically getting paid to watch TV, of course there's a lot more to it than that! Even though the job involves shift work there is a lot of flexibility." Carrie Wills, Presentation Director
What qualifications do I need to become a Presentation
To be a successful Presentation Director, you need a great attitude, sound editorial judgement, technical aptitude, computer literacy and a passion for television.
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