Monday, August 13, 2012

How I Got Into Radio


  1. Loooved this video! I was very interested cause I realized we actually haven't talked about this yet with eachother and it's usually one of the first things I ask other people in radio.

    It reminds me a lot of my own story... you have quite a few years on me in the industry, but I really related to all the stuff about school and how intense it was. I know BCIT is a really good school and it sounds similar to mine except I took the radio major. So it was 100% radio only... I'm not qualified for TV lol which is a disadvantage if I want to transition, but an advantage for working in just radio. I also related to all the stuff about being proactive... taking on internships, job shadowing and being willing to move to a small town.

    I liked this video especially because my goal is to be doing what you're doing now... working in radio in the same town as family & friends. That's my goal and this video is a reminder that hard work pays off so thanks for that!

  2. It's a very good synopsis of how you got into radio, except that you forgot about us going to the library when you were in Grade 7 and researching the average actress' salary which was $7,000 a year I seem to recall. It put you off pursuing acting as a career (thank goodness). This would be useful for a career counsellor in school to be able to show students interested in your profession.
    Love, Mum x


 photo envye.jpg
envye blogger theme