Broadcasting Director Question:

As you said you specialize in both on-air work, and production. Describe your position and what this is and why you chose to focus on it?


My official position is "senior producer/host," and listeners know me as an on-air person, but I do about much production, including music recording and mixing (studio and remote), writing and producing both short form and long form programming, and serving as non-classical music director for the station. Recently, I have also been producing a TV series based on the Homegrown Music radio concerts. I also do engineering work on projects such as studio and transmitter upgrades, and plant audio quality control. I do these different jobs, because I like to pursue by different interests, and the public radio environment allows one to do that. Commercial broadcasting generally does not allow one to pursue as wide a range of different activities.

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