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After nearly 20 years in broadcasting, (at least 15 of those behind the mic) I moved out of state and attended college, becoming a wind turbine technician, then transitioned to Parts Manager (good with numbers) and after layoff, I worked as a parts clerk for a Fortune 500 outfit I still work for. I'...
- Thu Jan 19, 2017 4:35 pm
- Forum: Internet/Streaming/Podcasting/HD Radio
- Topic: Do people really listen to internet radio station
- Replies: 37
- Views: 79618
Corneo had several good posts in this forum. Some things I agree with and one I definitely don't. This former air talent of 15 years has been out of terrestrial broadcasting over 9 years. Yes, I miss it but not the aggravation toward when I called it quits. Internet streaming is the next step, but t...
kirbeenanette, I don't think the poster was asking that sort of question. I can say some free streaming services have folded in light of the excessive base rate given to the PRO's a few months back. There are a few out there, but I have no specific recommendation for now since my streaming project i...
- Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:38 pm
- Forum: Net Talk
- Topic: No Experience = No Job, but No Job=No Experience
- Replies: 10
- Views: 7216
Let me add that I agree with the previous poster, but I think you should take advantage of any job banks from broadcaster association(s) in the state(s) you're looking. Occasionally, a decent lead can turn up, but expect plenty of competition nowdays. I worked from 1982 into 2007 from 250w small mar...