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.
Past On-Air personality at several AM and FM radio stations including WASH-FM in Washington DC. Currently semi-retired, operating a DJ service in South Florida. Also had career in Cable TV Programming...leading the industry in creation of local ad insertion in cable networks (e.g. USA (MSG) network, CNN)
AFTRA (American Federation of Radio and Television Artists) Inactive -
FCC License - Founder/Life Member Campus Broadcast Assn.,Western Connecticut State University.
Written about in numerous trade publications for innovative work in Cable TV programming and spot insertion in cable programming networks.
BA Communication Arts - Western Connecticut State University (1974)
1st Annual Radio/TV award - Western Connecticut State University and numerous other citations throught career.
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The simple answer is Yes. However, Some station would first have to desire to hire you, so the dialect and understandability would or could be a factor in that. Secondly, moving to the USA would
Hello again Kenneth, I am not sure of the exact date but I believe it was within the past 5 years or so. Also,there was an intermediate time that all you had to do was request one and without a test
Well Kenneth, This is one of those questions that tend to make me feel very old... Back in the old days (I was 17 at the time) the FCC required that to work as an announcer & maintain the transmitter
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