Luckily, I’ll be able to tell you about the project that I’m in NYC for in the not-too-distant future.
There I am hard at work on it. Brings me back to my college radio days at good old WPUR — 10 watts of power rocking the town of Purchase, New York. I was the General Manager for 2 years and wound up having to fill in for DJs when they got sick or just didn’t show up for their on-air shift. I got pretty good at faking accents and everytime I’d have to do a fill-in I’d make up a bogus name, put on an accent, and become WPUR’s newest DJ (who I would then report as dead when I’d read the news later in the day). We had the record for the highest “DJ Mortality Rate” in the nation.
Last Thursday I fell victim to a stomach bug that’s been going around here and got to catch up on the wonderful world of daytime TV.