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Keep it very tight....and 3 minutes max...Start strong...wham bam thank you mam! If you don't catch the PD's ear right away...you're history. No music or spots between breaks..the PD wants to hear You...give it some emotion too...hot to chill...pacing is very important. Process the air check if you ...
You make a good point...one jock in town lost his gig on the radio and now he's waiting tables. He called me and said he will work a shift for nothing just to keep his name in the game. Is he happy? No way!
As a PD OD and morning guy. I just don't know any other way in the door at the radio station other than unpaid intern for someone trying to break into the industry. I really never met anyone in this industry that "got into radio" for a paycheck. Most of us were real happy just to be "on the air". I ...
Call it what you want but it worked out real well for me. I made a choice. At that age, I would rather work at something I had a passion for at no pay than pump gas or bag groceries for a couple of bucks an hour. Used? Not really. It was my idea...I really wanted the gig. To each his own. Celebratin...
My first gig in radio (1973) was unpaid. I worked 8 hours a day writing and reading 6 complete 5 minute News casts with actualities that aired on the hour. Also, produced 4 hours of Public Service shows that ran every Sunday. My radio career spans 41 years now and never once out of a (paid) gig. (20...
New radio guy here but my boss wants a classic hits format.(oldies) Anyone can help me with how many catagories I should have in my music scheduler 60s 70s 80s...I'm not very familiar with these years..any help is great thanks
- Tue Feb 15, 2011 4:08 pm
- Forum: Promotion & Marketing Braintrust
- Topic: classic hits catagories
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I'm really new at this and curious about how many differant catagories of 60's 70's and 80's I should have in my music scheduler..Any help would be great. Small market guy.