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    Putting the “Pseudo” back into Pseudonymous

    On July 20th, I was honored to be a guest on Coy Barefoot’s Charlottesville – Right Now to talk about this blog and thus shredding any remaining pretense of pseudonymity. It was a great experience. Coy is just one heck of a nice guy and very smart. In the late 70’s, I worked in college radio, often the only person in the studio on the midnight shift. I’d be pushing carts (cartridges), spinning LPs, answering phones, and being both the talent and the engineer. It was great fun, but I envied professional DJs who had engineers to do all that for them. Well, technology has come full circle. I sat in a studio with Coy while he interviewed me and watched him launch PSAs and commercials from his computer console, play intros and outros, dash around the station during commercial breaks looking for material that he needed, all without an engineer. Technology really hasn’t made our jobs any easier, just more productive.

    Podcast courtesy of Sean Tubbs and the CVille Podcast Network.


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    One response to “Putting the “Pseudo” back into Pseudonymous”

    1. I was in a client’s radio station in Michigan a few weeks ago and was amazed at all of the technology in use.