The Wisconsin Broadcasters Association is one of the leading sources of information on broadcasting careers in Wisconsin. Our Job Bank features TV and Radio job availabilities, which are listed by our members around the state. The WBA’s Student section, College Corner features information of interest for students pursuing broadcasting careers in the state.
Employers must be WBA members to post jobs, review resumes and available interns. If you don’t have a login to the MyWBA, use the form below to request access.
Login to MyWBA, click on “Jobs Available” and look for the “Add” button in the upper right. Fill out the form and when you click “Done,” the posting will be reviewed by our staff before publishing, which should take no more than one business day.
WBA members may view resumes posted by job seekers by logging in.
Seeking work? Review Radio and Television available jobs, or post your resume. Only WBA members have access to your resume posting.
Only WBA Members will have access to your resume posting.
Request MyWBA Access
If you are not currently receiving the WBA’s email newsletter, you’re probably not in the WBA’s database and don’t have access to member’s only content on the WBA website. To request access, please fill out the following form. Please allow 2-4 business days for processing. Questions? Contact Kyle Geissler.
Enhance Your Career
The WBA offers grants, fellowships and discounted program registrations for member station employees.
Radio Marketing Professional (RMP) Certification
The RMP is the Radio Advertising Bureau’s (RAB) entry-level program for sellers with less than 18 months experience.
Engineering Fellowship Grants
WBA Foundation stipend for broadcast engineers currently serving Wisconsin member stations to acquire continuing education in broadcast engineering.
Rick Jowett Fellowship
WBA Foundation fellowship grant for members’ professional development in the areas of photography and videography.