At a tiny station in New Albany, Indiana, which is right across from the river from Louisville, Kentucky, where I grew up. The Louisville stations were loath to hire beginners, so I had to go across the river.
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Nobody cares about your wardrobe, what your tie looks like, or even if you're wearing one, and I don't.
For one thing, you can get old, fat, bald and nobody knows and nobody cares. So there's great longevity in radio, more security there.
I bet it has been 15 years. Those times are gone.
Some are pre-taped interviews because maybe we can't get that person live or maybe we're not sure it's going to work out right so we tape it an hour in advance.
I'm a very straight-laced, conservative news kind of guy.
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