And You Thought People Didn't Want To Get Into Radio Anymore
May 6, 2009 at 7:24 AM (PT)
Despite the layoffs and budget cuts, there's still college students who really want to be on the air.
The TENNESSEAN tells the story of SHERMAN MURDOCK, a 21-year old senior at TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY in NASHVILLE who broadcast his show on the college's WTST-A (1600 AM) for 72 hours straight, with the hope of a job in the industry. He wants a gig in a top-25 market, but right now he just wants to get on the air.
"I've been offered a production job, but I want to be a broadcaster," MURDOCK said "I believe the sky is the limit here, I want to show people that if you have a dream, you should go forth and do everything in your power to reach it."
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