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Talk Show Host

Summary:

Veterans Radio Indiana is seeking a few volunteers that are highly motivated, opinionated and knowledgeable about various topics on veterans and veteran's issues. 

Responsibilities:

Your primary responsibility is to interview guests, read news stories as it pertains to veterans. You will also read sponsor or donor promotions and public service announcements and conduct necessary technical duties and produce an overall public presentation of our organization’s network.

Full description: Talk Show Host

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