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Be a BBC Blast reporter

Do you love music and the visual arts? Or are you more of a sporting nut? Could you tell the rest of the world about your passion? Ever thought that you could actually turn your hobby into a career?

Yes? An exciting opportunity has arisen to work alongside BBC Radio Jersey and the BBC Jersey Where I Live site.

There are two different schemes running at BBC Jersey, one for the arts and one for sports.

Calling arts reporters

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This summer the BBC is looking for reporters to report on some of the best gigs and events around.

You'll be expected to cover everything from Hip-Hop through Bhangra to Ballet - and then get creative by writing reports, taking photos and maybe even making videos about what you have attended.

If you'd love to have the opportunity to share your thoughts, experiences and arts knowledge with our audiences, then Blast is for you!

You will need a proven interest in the arts, be involved in them at your school/college or community and have a vision to turn your ideas into content for the web.

Calling sport reporters

You'll have the opportunity to record and write your own reports (don't worry, we'll help you!) for BBC Radio Jersey, you'll get to see how radio programmes and web pages are put together as well as gaining great experience to put on your CV.

You will need a proven interest in general sport and  be involved in sports in your school/college or community, have the drive to succeed in your chosen sport and the creativity to turn your ideas into content for radio and the web.

Apply now!

So if you're got some spare time this summer and fancy adding 'BBC Blast Reporter' to your list of achievements, then further information is available via the link below. You don't need to be a budding journalist, you just need passion for the arts or sport and want to share it!

This is a flexible placement over an eight-week period, working approximately two days a week. This programme has been specifically designed for applicants around the 18-19 age range.

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