I've been a DJ/radio host for quite a while. I started when I was a sophomore in high school and that was when we had to walk up hill five miles in the snow one way to get there, and don't get me started on what we had to do to make it home after school! So I know a few things about cranking up a song on the radio!
Here's something that came up as a topic of conversation around the radio station. I bet there are people (and by "people," I mean couples) that have actually fought over this. How do you prefer to program the preset buttons on your car radio? Do you rank them by station? Favorite station first, then second-favorite, and on down the line, or do you set the buttons in numerical order by d
This year marks my 16th year with Better Country KIX 105, 92.3 Bob-FM and Newstalk 1050 KSIS. I remember when I thought of working in radio, the glitz and glamour of talking on the radio was all I thought people on the radio did. That was learned rather quickly that there is more to it.
I wish I would have brought some of the desert heat back with me, but it's good to be back! After eight long months of not being on the air due to a military deployment to Afghanistan, I am excited to say that I will be back on the air Monday (Nov 17)...
You can't avoid em, you're bound to see or hear em everyday: Commercials. Some of them are good and effective, some of them are bad and just plain wrong. I'm sure you heard back a couple of months ago about the really bad local commercial here in Missouri.
Here's something that came up as a topic of conversation around the radio station. How do you prefer to program the preset buttons on your car radio? Do you rank them by station? Favorite station first, then second-favorite (and so on), or do you set the buttons in numerical order? If you're a number person, do you go highest to lowest, or lowest to highest? Or are you one of those people that cou