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How do you know if a career in radio journalism is right for you? Should you be a broadcaster? A producer? A beat reporter? How do you get started? The pros explain it all in this panel discussion.
January 28, 2005
EXCLUSIVE FOR AVANTGUILD MEMBERS |This is a transcript of mediabistro.com's "On the Radio: Getting In, Staying In" panel, held October 19, 2004, in New York City. You can learn about other mb LEARN events here.
Taffy Akner Can you guys hear me? OK. Hi, everyone. Thank you so much for coming to "Getting On, Staying In: Breaking Into Radio". The only person not here right now is Starlee Kine. I'm sure she'll come in later. And everyone else is sitting in alphabetical order. You have their bios in front of you, so I am going to introduce them,...
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