WDWNT is Hiring Orlando-Based On-Air Talent for Original Programming

As WDWNT continues to grow, we are looking for individuals residing in the Orlando area to appear on the weekly WDW News Tonight program, as well as in other WDWNT video content. WDWNT is looking for candidates with a diverse range of skills to:

  • Participate in panel discussions about Disney Parks and the Walt Disney Company
  • Create and/or perform in comedic segments
  • Contribute to show scripting and development
  • Pitch ideas for new shows and show segments

Ideal candidates should possess:

  • Experience appearing on podcasts and/or YouTube content
  • An engaging personality
  • Creativity and a sense of humor
  • Improvisational skills
  • Extensive knowledge of Disney parks and resorts
  • Strong communication and time management skills
  • Prior performance experience is preferred but not required

The position is paid per appearance with varying pay depending on the program. Hours are variable; availability for the WDW News Tonight show (Thursday evenings 7PM-12AM) is expected if you apply. Most content is filmed at the WDWNT Studio on International Drive in Orlando, so residence within driving distance is required. We are looking for applicants of all genders, ethnicities, and lifestyles.

If you are interested in this position, please fill out our application below. Applicants should provide full and complete information. If you meet initial qualifications, we will contact you for additional information. Selected candidates will be asked to prepare an audition.

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Samantha Carpin
Samantha Carpin
10 months ago

Is this open to those willing to relocate to Orlando?

JD Hemphill
JD Hemphill
10 months ago

Would working at a rival park affect the chance at getting the job? Asking out of curiosity and interest in future positions because my current schedule interferes.