Here it is.
The post that comes with the blog. Altered by me.
In case you didn’t notice straight away, that photo to the right is me looking like I belong in a TV studio center that I used to pose for this a few years ago. I had just changed out of my fancy get interviewed outfit and still relatively cleaned up with a chair and some sort of unrelated PC.
Looks like I know what I’m doing, eh?
Want to know a little secret?
I do know about that stuff.
Way back in the 1970’s I was an engineer, disc jockey and worked TV crew for several shows at a PBS affiliate station. My first paid job in broadcasting was the voice of the TV station. I didn’t think much of it at the time. I would take a 3-ring notebook with dozens of pages, some talking about a public service announcement, and many just said “coming up next Sesame Street”
Funny when people ask me if I know anyting about creating content for content marketing… “just 40 years experience” I reply.
And along the way, I studied electronics so I could get the licence need to actually turn on and off transmitters. Most people in programming took a cramming course, but I loved it and didn’t want to pay for the extra course.
So if you ever need your 1970’s transmitter turned off, give me a call. I know where the switch is, or will be glad to break it for you.