This could be the one! Me. On TV!!!!
On Camera TV Traffic Reporter
iHeartMedia, Inc. – Jacksonville, FL
Gathers traffic information and delivers on camera traffic reports in front of a green screen.
Focuses on providing timely and useful information to commuters planning their drives to work, as well as to those already en route by maintaining contact with external sources of information or by observing traffic from air or land vehicle.
Announces the latest accidents and traffic hold-ups; keeps all facts straight, makes sure details are accurate and current, and tracks any changes.
Maintains crucial deadlines in order to provide traffic updates in a timely fashion.
May be required to report live on location from helicopter.
May prepare written content, visual images, audio material and video footage for websites, blogs or other social-media platforms.
May require flexibility in work schedules.
Proficient in Microsoft Office suite, social networking platforms and audio production software
Knowledgeable of local coverage area geography and roadways, mass transit and traffic patterns
Pleasant, charismatic and well-controlled voice; excellent pronunciation
Adept at working in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented, “newsroom-like” collaborative environment
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Hello, Road Warriors!
I really think you and I are meant to be. For realz. I’ve always wanted to be on TV. And since I didn’t get that metoritelogical job I went for earlier, traffic was always my second choice! Sometimes Plan B is better!
When I was a kid, I always used to do my own traffic reports while we were driving to see my relatives in Jersey. Every summer. Boring drive. But I used to say things like: “Watch for boulders that could fall on the turnpike and smash your sister’s side of the car,” or “There’s a potential for a landslide with all this rain. We’ll probably land on her side of the car.”
Plus, I know I look good on TV. I’ve been studying our local anchors for a long time.
I'm a wreck anyways—might as well make some money at it, right!?!
Orange Barrels Forever,
P.S. I could booty shake on TV!
I’m so good at trivia!
Game Night Live – Boise, ID
Our ideal Host (MUST have reliable transportation, be 21+ and have a reliable laptop).
Is comfortable speaking to an assembly of happy beer-fueled trivia, sports and/or music fans over a microphone
Has a strong speaking voice
Can potentially host at least a show or two every week
Added bonuses: Quick wit, basic computer skills, and ability to multi-task
A typical GNL night includes. . .
Meeting new people and making friends
Creating a playlist of fun music
Engaging and entertaining the players . . .all while running an efficient game
How it works. . .
We supply our Hosts with the games and equipment they need to host GNL events
We provide our Hosts with a location to host weekly GNL events at.
Our Hosts provide a laptop, some fun tunes, and their stellar personalities.
Our Hosts are awesomely fun at these shows, getting teams to come back for more every week.
We pay a minimum of $45 for each show, and more for shows with better attendance.
This is an outstanding way to get out of the house, meet new people, and stack some extra spending cash on the side. If you only want to make a quick buck, work at a bar so you can drink, or are just a general nincompoop, then this job is not right for you.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear Night Gamers…
Who doesn’t like to play games? Seriously! And a place where you can drink! First of all, I’m great with trivia:
Q: What’s black and white and read all over?
A: A newspaper!
Besides my awesome trivia brain, I’m great with people. I was a cheerleader in high school; I’m pro at dancing on bars; and people like me! My phone actress business is successful, but I need to spread my wings and grow into a real career. Like trivia night! I mean, I could go on to hosing a game show on TV as a result!
And think of all the cute outfits I could wear. I’ve got some killer leather shorts that I like to wear with a matching bikini top. If I wear a blazer with it, that makes it professional. Because my moms says a blazer makes any outfit professional.
The Hostess with the Mostess,
I'm just your average girl who wants a kick-ass life and... love! If I could be a superhero, that would be AWESOME! I'm currently a "phone actress" looking for a really cool career. Don't get me wrong-- I love giving a hand to dudes who need someone to chat with. Everybody needs somebody! But, my parents keep telling me I need a respectable job. Sigh.