If you are interested in hosting a show on-air at 107.7 The Bronc, click here to submit your application.
Our student General Manager will return your request to discuss your preferred show day and time, training and the radio station’s Student Code of Conduct policy click here to read the Code of Conduct. Training opportunities are available throughout semester and by appointment only. Please discuss a training day and time that works best for you to meet The Bronc’s student GM.
Shadowing other student DJ’s, on-air personalities and members of our executive team is an important part of your training. During the shadowing experience, you will learn how to run the Wheatstone L-12 on-air board, the Wide Orbit automation system and more.
All new student DJ’s are required to participate in a minimum of two shadowing sessions. After you’ve completed the shadowing process, a member of our executive team will shadow you, during your preferred showtime, to ensure you feel comfortable behind the board and are ready to broadcast, or if you require additional training and/or shadowing.
Remember, every student can host a two-hour show on 107.7 The Bronc, or two one-hour time show on different days and times. The music format or talk topic can be about whatever you like. Be creative, because the content of your show is totally up to you!
Good luck! We can’t wait to have you as a part of our 107.7 The Bronc team.