A just-for-fun group for former radio announcers that have made the transition to full-time VO, leaving their DJ days behind. What we miss (and what we don't) about being on the air, and working in radio in general. Share your stories!
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Don't do it - Resist the urge!!
It can start out as what seems to be a little harmless imaging, but it can soon get out of hand....
Next thing you know, you won't be able to concentrate without your imaging fix. But soon, that won't be enough.
Next, you'll start taking graveyard shifts, and then snorting nights.
Finally, you'll know you've hit rock bottom when you just can't manage without mainlining breakfast every day.
Be strong, Karen.
Don't re-enter that den of iniquity.
However I feel very lucky to have expanded my VO career and I truley love my job everyday! The Fun is BACK for me!
I have been sober for 22 months and I feel fine. Except you have to do a little IMAGING once in a while. Am I relapsing?
I work PT for KOLA 99.9 San Bernardino
Radio began for me in 1973. Alma Maters include: WMOD-FM D.C., WASH-FM, D.C., WAVA-FM D.C., WXTR-FM D.C., WWDC-AM D.C.,
KIMN AM & FM Denver, KLTR-FM Houston, WCLR-FM Chicago, WBOS-FM Boston....
Any alums?? I miss those days......what a time!