Following the announcement of the company’s new talent development unit, Hubble, Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) has launched its new website.
A first of its kind in Australia, www.hubbletalentsearch.com will allow people from all walks of life to express their interest in a broadcast career with SCA, across the company’s radio, podcast and digital platforms.
Candidates are required to fill out a basic form, outlining their experience and aspirations, and include at least one piece of content for consideration. SCA’s talent team review all submissions, and applicants of interest will be demoed accordingly.
Guy Dobson, chief content officer at SCA, said: “Entertainers often talk about how hard it can be to get a foot in the door. Hubbletalentsearch.com will make it easier to get in front of the right people and actively pursue a career in the industry.”
“This is a new tactic for us, but we have more opportunities for talent than ever before, so we’re casting the net far and wide.
“Over the years, we’ve found outstanding talent in some unlikely places. This ‘open door’ approach will help ensure we don’t miss anyone, and give us the most diverse, competitive range of talent in the industry.”
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