In this show host cover letter, the job seeker mentions her experience with this work and bids for the position. She makes it clear she knows what the work involves: performing any combination of duties required for a particular show-including game shows, celebrity interviews, profiles, etc., which are broadcast over television or radio. All show host cover letters that include professional details like these help a candidate get closer to landing the job he or she is applying for.
987 Napa Street
Cityville, USA 56734
September 5, 2006
Mr. Ted Crocker,
Broadcast Talent Scouts, Inc.
452 Foster Blvd.
Landsville, USA 99999
Dear Mr. Crocker:
Thank you for posting your need for an experienced TV host on JobBankUSA.com. I feel well equipped to fill this position, as I have worked in the broadcast industry for a little over ten years, hosting local game shows and celebrity profiles for ACT-TV in Newtown, Oregon. My enclosed resume lists the details of each of my positions and the ratings we received for these shows.
May I come to your office one day next week to talk over your expectations for the show hosts you hire? I'm free to meet any morning before noon. Please call me at 879-789-3456 to set up an appointment.
Thank you very much for this opportunity to introduce myself and for considering my cover letter and resume. I look forward to hearing from you soon.