I would assume you must have met some people from your old radio gig after 5 years of working there who moved onto other stations who could help you out? You'd be amazed at how much a connection and a likable personality can trump whatever is on your resume as long as it meets the general requirements ie college degree. You're probably better off trying to lurk around linkedin for people you used to work with and see what happens.
markj11 wrote:Try the temp jobs that sound interesting. That way you get to see what you like, gain experience, build your resume.
Temping is pretty hit and miss. It's not easy to find temp jobs that offer meaningful employment, the people who could get that probably have jobs already and they basically want the exact same experience elsewhere. I know I had zero success going that route. His field is also pretty limiting in the temp world.