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Wednesday
Jan202010

TWiRT 16 - Skinny and Pissed

Working Smarter with Reduced Budgets

Kirk Harnack - Executive Director, Int'l Business Development, Telos-Omnia-Axia
Tom Ray - VP, Engineering, Buckley BroadcastingWOR, New York
Chris Tobin - CBS Radio, New York
Chris Tarr - Entercom, Milwaukee, GeekJedi, and Broadcast Engineering Info 

Guest - Ian Oakland, Audio Emporium

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TWiRT 16 - Skinny and Pissed

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Reader Comments (3)

Great program guys. The section near the end where you talk about admitting what you don't know and finding the answer really resonated with me. The older I get the more I realize I simply can't know everything about my stations any more. Too many stations, too much gear, too many ways for it to go wrong, too much proprietary digital technology.

A person cannot make it in this business without a love for learning. I try to learn something every day, though it's not always for my work. We've got to keep reading, stop watching so much television, and continue to cultivate the habit of learning. That "practice" comes in handy when the pressure's on because there's some major failure we've got to rectify but don't know exactly how.

I don't get to listen to the show every time around but have enjoyed the ones I have heard. Thanks Kirk and all.

Mark

January 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMark Croom

Thanks for listening! I completely agree with you, I actually try to learn something new every day. I read everything I can get my hands on!

Radio/TV technology changes at a lightning pace. If you don't keep up, you'll soon find yourself left behind.

January 23, 2010 | Registered CommenterChris Tarr

Great show! Well done. After 35 years in radio, this is what we have needed! Would love it to be at 44.1hz!! Thanks.

January 26, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBill

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