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Radio Sales - Adelaide (SA)

CBAA Communications, 26th March 2019
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Adelaide community radio station PBA-FM is looking for radio sales professionals to assist them in securing sponsorship.

PBA-FM is a community radio station providing entertainment, information and access programs to the local community broadcasting from Salisbury.

Volunteers contribute to the operation of the station by working on a regular basis in various areas including such as on-air presentation, programme production, administration, technical, research, library, training and promotions.

The station is seeking $150,000 - $200,000 sponsorship income per annum and is accepting proposals. 

Send your best pitch and package up your offer or proposal to Richard Walford via email at richard.walford@pbafm.org.au by 30 April 2019.

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