Mike Stern Offers Free Advice For Community Service
August 26, 2010 at 5:54 PM (PT)
Veteran radio programmer MIKE STERN, founder of the talent coaching service TALENT MECHANIC, is offering a free coaching session to any air talent who starts a new community service project between now and the end of 2010. In a posting announcing the offer on his new blog, STERN said he was inspired to make the offer by Z100/NEW YORK host TREY MORGAN’s program "30 Deeds in 30 Days."
"If TREY MORGAN can volunteer at 30 different charities in 30 days, every air talent in AMERICA can find time to help out in their local community," STERN said. "Maybe with this offer I can help provide a push that will result in good things for both the air talent who participate and the cities they live in."
The announcement also marks the debut of the TALENT MECHANIC blog. "Hopefully the blog can grow into a community where hosts from markets across the country can share ideas and look for inspiration for their shows and their careers," STERN said.
The blog can be found here or by visiting the TALENT MECHANIC website and clicking on the link in the box marked "Free Coaching."