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Seeking Trans American School Of Broadcasting Alumni Through Facebook

November 5, 2019

Radio has always been a central part of my life.  Growing up without TV meant in our Hancock home we knew the value of radio for both news and entertainment.  In my early adult years, I worked in radio (WDOR AM/FM Sturgeon Bay, WI) as an on-air announcer and also with news reporting.

Before I landed behind a microphone I spent time with some eager and bright men and women who also understood the medium of radio. I have kept in contact with some from my broadcasting school, but yearn to connect with others who have spread out over this nation.  I am hoping to locate other graduates from my broadcasting school–Trans American School of Broadcasting–located at the time in Wausau, Wisconsin.

I am currently preparing to enter into podcasting from my home on the Madison isthmus and continue to be amazed at how the functions of an entire studio board, tape decks, reels, and record players are now all incorporated into the computer program of Audicity.   For me, however, there is a fondness for the static of AM, the warmth of a radio studio on a cold winter day, and the conversation I had with an audience behind the station microphone.

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