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How Digital Changes The Lives Of Talent



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As someone who has neither a Facebook or a Twitter account (who would I want to bother to "follow" and, more to the point, who the heck would want to follow me?), I'll not comment on the digital aspect of this other than to note the 24/7 colonization by corporate "masters" of individual's lives.

But TMI is NOT an acronym. An acronym is pronounceable. TMI is an initialism.

Just sayin'.

- Steve
(3/27/2013 12:50:00 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
would urge talent to read any feedback through social media at their own risk.
Plus, relying on the blatherings of people who used to be the ones who phoned radio stations as a source for anything other than satire and ridicule is equally dangerous.

If listeners are to be allowed, never mind invited to program the radio station - it's time to move on. If it is the case that talent is fostering this listener behavior to replace actual show-prep, then it's time for the talent to go into Customer Service at a retail store - a place where it is the customer's right to dish out abuse.

- Ronald T. Robinson


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