Careers

Wagon Wheel Broadcasting is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

SPORTS ANNOUNCER - posted August 2, 2018

Eagle Country 99.3 FM WSCH provides southeastern Indiana’s best broadcast coverage of high school sports. High schools we typically cover include Lawrenceburg, South Dearborn, East Central, Rising Sun, Milan, South Ripley, Batesville, and others.  We are in need of a talented play-by-play announcer to help us produce compelling high school football and basketball broadcasts. The ideal candidate must have a strong on-air presence, experience in producing their own sports broadcasts, possess some technical and electronic equipment “know-how”, and have their own transportation. Knowledge of the southeastern Indiana sports landscape is a plus – that includes Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley, Switzerland, and Franklin counties. Announcers are paid by the game. Please submit a resume and demo MP3, website, or CD to mike@eaglecountryonline.com or by mail to Eagle Country 99.3 WSCH, ATTN: Mike Perleberg, 20 East High Street, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025.

 

GENERAL INTERNSHIP – ongoing

Eagle Country 99.3 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana is in need of interns to help with various tasks around the station. This internship offers more than getting cups of coffee and filing paperwork. Interns will get hands-on experience assisting in audio production, web content, producing broadcasts, and more. This unpaid internship must count towards high school or college credit. Applicants should submit their cover letter, resume, and letter of recommendation from a school faculty member to Mike Perleberg, operations manager. E-mail mike -at- eaglecountryonline.com, fax 812-537-5735, or mail Eagle Country 99.3, ATTN: Mike Perleberg, 20 E. High St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025.

 

Events

  • Zumba class

    Zumba class at the library No pressure just healthy fun Every Monday & Wednesday at 5:15pm

    at Carroll County Public Library
  • Pound! classes

    Pound classes at the library 9:45 am every Wednesday in the community room

    at Carroll County Public Library
  • Fraud Alert lunch

    One in four households lose money through marketplace scams annually, yet most consumers believe it can't happen to them. The most effective safeguard is information and awareness. Join us for lunch to learn the latest tips about how to keep yourself safe in a fast changing world. Presented by Greg Goff of First National Bank of Kentucky and Matthew Lipe of US Bank. Please RSVP Free event

    at Carroll County Public Library

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