Detroit News Looks At Dana Lundon Weathering The 'Between Radio Jobs' Experience
December 12, 2014 at 4:31 AM (PT)
What happens when your industry's job opportunities dry up? The DETROIT NEWS' NEAL RUBIN profiled veteran radio personality DANA LUNDON MASUCCI in THURSDAY's paper, detailing her move to non-radio jobs after exiting CUMULUS Hot AC WDVD/DETROIT, where she served as a member of the BLAINE AND ALLYSON morning show and Production Assistant and did traffic and weather on sister Country WDRQ (NASH FM), in MARCH. The article emphasizes MASUCCI's positive attitude through jobs at TARGET and at the front desk of a hotel in suburban DETROIT.
“What I’m going through,” MASUCCI tells RUBIN, “is nothing new to people who aren’t in radio.” Noting that she won a national award for lobby-clearing as a teen working at MCDONALD'S, she adds, "You have to take pride in what you do."
The article offers a look at a situation all too familiar to many people in the radio business, featuring MASUCCI's strength of character while weathering the change in her career. Read it by clicking here.
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