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Bill

U.S.
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General Radio and Television history, law, jobs, etc. Programming, trends, new technology.

Bob Allen

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Can answer questions about Commercial Radio Announcing, News Reporting and questions about college radio station founding. Areas of expertise include music, technique, news gathering, studio design and operation. General rounded knowledge of the Broadcast and Cable TV Industry.

Marc Lemay

U.S.
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Can answer general radio broadcasting questions, voice overs, radio production, radio advertising, station operation, AM radio questions, programming questions, local radio questions, radio marketing, radio tech, radio formats, radio education, podcasting, radio and the internet

Dave W. Guffey

U.S.
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Most questions related to the Golden Age of Radio from it's inception in the late 20's to it's passing in the early 1960's. I am an avid collector and have some 8,000 "Old-Time Radio Shows" in my personal collection. I have tons of related material on the subject.

Mike Shannon

U.S.
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Oldies music/oldies radio and radio in general with 17 years in Internet Radio.

Brian McColl

Ireland
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Radio presentation. On air skills. What to say on air and why. Finding your radio 'voice'.

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2016-07-25 What happen that when a person on the radio wants to:

I don't know of any age restrictions for on-air talent. I'm sure somewhere a child has had his/her own show. The only tough part would be selling the idea to a station. Children aren't really a key demographic

2016-07-21 Can a person from the United Kingdom become a DJ:

There is no "standard" accent in the US.  The Northeast (New York/Boston) has a few of their own accents alone - let alone Rhode Island (which can have a hybrid of NYC and Boston).  Maine has a few...southern

2016-07-21 What happen that when a person on the radio wants to:

I think prerecording your interview is a perfectly reasonable request. The FCC has eased a lot of rules. The DJ is the one who needs to worry about violating them. If you swear on the air (the one that

2016-07-21 Can a person from the United Kingdom become a DJ on a radio:

I would only be guessing here but I would say that some Americans from the South speak a dialect that is difficult for people from other parts of the U.S. to understand, not only those in Europe. Those

2016-07-21 Can a person from the United Kingdom become a DJ:

It's what the ear is accustomed to hearing.  If you're born in the South, you grow up hearing the accent to the point, you don't hear it after a while...that is...until you go somewhere else in the US

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