The Radio Academy is once again looking for 30 people in radio under the age of 30.
It’s the fourth year in a row the Academy has run the initiative, which aims to identify “the most exceptional professionals under 30 working in UK radio”.
“Our industry is full of brilliant people, but we want to find thirty young people who don’t just do their job well, but go the extra mile. Those who make the list will be widely recognised as the industry’s brightest stars and will be announced at the Radio Festival in October,” the Academy said.
Anyone who works in radio can enter themselves or have their boss enter on their behalf.
Paul Robinson, outgoing Chief Executive of The Radio Academy and Chair of the judging Committee, said: “The Radio Academy’s 30 Under 30 has become a prestigious and valuable means by which to recognise exemplary young talent and exceptional achievement across UK radio, independent producers, student, hospital, community and other voluntary organisations. I am delighted to Chair a distinguished team of industry professionals for a fourth year. Good luck to everyone who enters.”
The Radio Academy’s 30 Under 30 is open to anyone who has been working in UK radio for no less than 12 months prior to 1st August 2014 and will be under 30 on the 1st October 2014.