Her husband Dan, meanwhile, was on location in Antigua. Casualties in Edmonton Radio Wars! In a planned move, he says, after five years at The Bear 100. This is an interesting example of how embracing the audience can drive word-of-mouth sampling to a music format, and where it has become a differentiator. To subscribe, just go to This entry was posted on Monday, October 1st, 2012 at 3:47 pm and is filed under. Mars One A reality show of life on Mars as the prime financing method could hardly be taken as a serious business model. Powered by a compact fuel-cell capsule, the Skyjet will fly on clean, renewable energy for space travel, sometime around 2740.
Nobody will even be considered unless he's been on the air in smaller places for years, turned out to be somebody who could magically attract the ears of a large audience, and made a name for himself in the business. The amount 900 tonnes of carbon dioxide the plant draws annually is approximately the same as the amount emitted by 200 cars in the same time. And then there are all the voices in between these extremes. Whilst the website aggregated facebook and twitter feeds, these were absent from this particular sample on air. He gave his notice to the Bear at the beginning of March.
Nicola Crosbie Cross knows he could be an asset. Or, if there are any 'hosts' or 'announcers' who keep things going on the air, they're either volunteers, who do it mainly so their girl-friends can hear them on the radio, or else they earn a little walking-around money plus maybe a free lunch once a week at the truck stop over on the highway that sponsors the cotton report on Tuesdays. We live in an age of brutal honesty and transparency. Funhouse with McCord starts Monday from 3-7 pm on the Bear. Crash and Mars, the morning crew on Now! The signal from his station may reach 8 million people. Meantime, you can sample my deep pipes. Just click the link, if you dare.
Reality radio Jamie and Dan, hosts of Lite 95. These are just some of the recent casualties in the Radio Wars of Edmonton. So while Dan was sipping Margaritas by the pool, his better half was making breakfast, tending to the baby and trying to get the older kid off to school while trying to do the morning news all at the same time. It is one of the most competitive markets in Canada. I think over time I will have an impact on the market. He's got a chance to land the spot on a station in a big place.
The earth has a radius of about 3,959 miles, and Mars has a radiusof about 2,106 miles. This means that the only time we can see Mars and Venus simutaneously is if Mars is also in the direction of Sun. His agent or his manager negotiates with the station owners, and if they come together on the terms to hire this guy, then they actually put it in writing , they all sign a contract , and he goes on the air for them. How high can you go? Short answer to the million dollar billboard question: They will, they do, and they should. His first job in Edmonton, program director at K-Rock — now K-97 — ended after 18 months with him getting fired.
Other causes were the usual: including eyes not on the road 4. In this business, you have to have a bit of an ego and with that comes a variety of personality traits, and getting fired really beats you up. In one theory, it is believed that 4. It is possible thatafter the collision and the destruction of both planets, a new,larger planet would be formed, likely wit … h many irregular moonsformed from the pieces of the old worlds. Mars has both the size and mass to completelydestroy the earth if the two ever collided.
The content may be a bit tamer than his fans are used to. Because Ve … nus is closer to the sun than the Earth, we cannot see it late at night when the observer is peering outward in our solar system; the only times are around dusk and dawn when the observer is looking towards the sun but the sun's rays have not yet made the sky too bright to see Venus. Sometimes decisions are made to take things in different directions. Not all local radio announcers are open books. Only the toughest and most talented thrive. Lochlin Cross the tall one, pictured is one of the lucky ones. It signs on with the corn, hog, and soybean prices at 5:00 in the morning, carries the local news, weather, and obituaries right after that, has three hours of phone-in buy-sell-and-trade sponsored by the Farm and Feed for the rest of the morning, an interview with the County Extension Office's barley expert right after lunch, some music from Mr.
Dylan, Lamya, Robbie and myself were not part of the new direction. Indeed, Mars One has done a very earthling thing by quietly filing for bankruptcy in Switzerland last month. Dominated by a single idea, admittedly an entertaining one. At last, the game is over. All the guys sounded like cowboys.