Become a Broadcaster

Thank you for your interest in being a part of HKC Radio! While comprehensive, this form is designed to get to know you as a person and potential broadcaster. Everyone, at every experience level, from rookie to veteran is welcome to broadcast and learn with no charge.

Getting to know you

The team wants to get to know you. This is the first step.

Please provide an e-mail address associated with a Dropbox file storage account. This expedites your addition to the team, as Dropbox is how we distribute internal files such as IDs, passwords, and the like.

List as many voice contact methods (Telephone, Apple ID for FaceTime, Skype, etc) as you feel comfortable with. Please include a WhatsApp telephone number for inclusion in the team WhatsApp group.

If your preferred email address is separate from the one you use for Dropbox, please enter it here.

Please provide links to ALL of your public social media profiles here. They will be used ONLY to ensure you're a good cultural fit for the station unless you ask for us to publish them on show information pages. At HKC Radio, we strive to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all of our team members and listeners, and ensuring you're a good cultural fit is key to that outcome.

We like learning about the things that drive you, as well as any skills you are particularly proud of. Don't be shy, we love this stuff.

Your on air identity

What would your show name be? If you don't know this, leave it blank and someone will work with you on your show's identity.

If a specific DJ Name or nickname is to be used, enter it here. Otherwise, we will use a variant of your real name.

Give us a conceptual overview of your show. This may be used on our schedule page, but if you do not have a core concept yet or the words to define it, this can be refined later.

What times and days are you available to do your show?

Have you had any previous broadcast experience? If so, where, and for how long.

The technical Side of broadcasting

Which software, if any, have you used to broadcast before?

This does not include Skype, Teams, Zoom, Discord, or FaceTime. Our internal phone system emulates one of these.

This refers to old-style messengers such as AIM, MSN, or the multi-messenger known as Miranda. Our internal tools emulate this experience.

We want to know what you sound like, so please link us to a recording of yourself. This could be either a clip of yourself talking into your favorite microphone, or a full air-check of a past show.





Telephone and text message