Producer/Writer/Board Operator (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – August 10, 2016
A very fun place to work. My co-workers make going into work everyday that much more enjoyable. I've learned a lot working here that I know will help me further myself in the future. If only the pay was a little better, but hey, I have a job at least.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Windsor, CO – August 12, 2016
Working at Townsquare might be a good resume starter for someone who has no experience. Beyond that you take your quality of life into your own hands when you work here. It's not unusual to work seven days a week for weeks at a time (particularly in the summer) without any additional compensation or time off (if you're salaried.) The management at so many levels is just completely clueless it's truly astonishing. The GM in Windsor is a mouth-breathing bully. I've honestly have not seen anything like him in any other industry. He knows it all (just ask him) and any idea not generated by him will not be considered. Which is really amusing because he has only worked in radio and in radio sales. Not marketing. Not audience development. Not management. This is the kind of manager you need to stay away from - a small group of us referred to him as "Old Yeller" because he operates under the delusion that the louder he becomes the more productive his staff will be. While you're at it google client comments and testimonials for Townsquare Interactive. They are essentially robbing companies of their websites if they decide not to continue to have TSI host their site. These were once very good stations. Now the playlist is computer generated based on what the target demographic for the stations enjoys - and you'll hear those songs on a continuous loop throughout the day. These are heavy drinking/partying people who don't care about their clients or the results they've promised but can't deliver. It's the worst kind of company to work for - not that you'll stay long if you're not cut-throat.more... I can't emphasize enough how much better off you'd be working the window of a fast food drive-thru than Townsquare Media.less
Once in a blue moon you can get tickets to a concert or movie the stations receive in trade.
Awesome work environment i love the people i work with
On Air Talent (Current Employee) – Windsor, CO – July 18, 2016
This is my career and i love what i do on a day to day basis, I went to school for TV production and broadcasting and am hoping to get farther into it as the days go on. and excel in this business as the years go on
Morning Show Host (Former Employee) – Owensboro Kentucky – July 5, 2016
This is a wonderful place to work. They give their employees wonderful opportunities outside of the office and give you the chance to see things you never thought you would. It is a complete blast all the time and there is hardly ever a dull moment.
Very rewarding watching the non traditoinal and traditional terrestial radio platforms unite
Digital Program Director (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – June 11, 2016
Greatest part is that one never knew what the day was going to hold. Every day was an adventure. Every day I knew that the listening public felt heard and that they had an impact. Worked with very strong, like minded high spirited coworkers.
All access to a lot of concerts, free lunch, free dinner
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Lansing, MI – April 28, 2016
This company used to be a results oriented company for advertisers. A regional VP was hired from another company who is trying to make his mark in Michigan by shedding sales employees with little to no notice. This southwestern man does not understand when you send new account executives to local business account year after year there is little to no chance of securing new business. Time is needed to establish trust with a new client. If a seasoned sales executive enters this workplace, many of that persons accounts will already be covered and new clients must be procured. At a minimum with a small on air sales list will take 2 years. Not one year as their management believes. The digital products required to be sold are average at best, and the support from Charlotte NC are a joke. The live events packages are over priced at the local level. The smaller events draw far fewer people than promised and will only get one time buyers.
Morning Show Co-Host/Producer (Current Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – March 21, 2016
I've worked here since 2010 when I started as an intern. From interning I worked as a promotions assistant and then worked my way to on air. I've worked hard and was surrounded by a supportive network who pushed to see me succeed in this industry.
Great work environment, concert access, friendly atmosphere
Field Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Texarkana, Arkansas – July 24, 2015
Responsible for selling radio advertising and digital advertising. Preparing customer needs analysis and providing solutions on an individual basis. Creating commercials and schedules per customer specification.
Fun work environment, high energy atmosphere, attending events
Great place to show my passion and work with others who share it.
Morning Show Host/Imaging Director (Current Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – June 23, 2015
Great Place to Work!!!!
I've worked for Townsquare Media for four years. I've learned a lot from my peers, and have had great success in ratings and listener participation . I learned how to develop and market a live and local morning show, how to be a better team player, and stay humble.
The hardest part about my job was in fact waking up at 3AM. My live and local show began and 5:30, so hard work, discipline, and dedication were all required with this job.
Working around the music industry, laid back, tons of creativity and innovative ideas.
Early wake up call, Non-stop work from Sunday night-Friday afternoon