OCRN seeking volunteer bluegrass DJs

Gracie Muldoon, station manager and program director at Original Country Radio Network, is looking for folks who might want to serve as a volunteer DJ for a few hours each day, or even once or twice a week. OCRN is determined to provide only live streaming programming, eschewing pre-recorded cybercasts for “real time” bluegrass shows, and hopes to find a large stable of rotating hosts all over the world who can fit a live bluegrass cybercast into their busy schedules.

According to Muldoon:

The requirements???to be considered for a show host???are:

1. Good computer with sound card and mic
2. High???speed internet access
3. Large collection of Bluegrass music
4. Dedication to???your show

Experience is not a???prerequisite because we will train.

Though currently offering bluegrass programming only a few hours daily, their goal is to expand that with the help of a network of volunteer hosts. Contact Gracie Muldoon if you are interested, or for more information, by email.

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