At the time, I saw it as a better opportunity than Ellensburg. I didn't realize
it would lead me to hit the Reset Button and move back to Eugene.
I built all the studios, fixed all the automation, did all the remotes. I
learned a great deal about running a Talk Radio station, coordinating satellite
feeds and news breaks from multiple sources.
On the Country station, I did my first Rodeo remote as an announcer. Got to play
Roy Orbison and the Travelling Wilbury's. It was the first radio station I've
worked at that used a CD Player On-Air.
Truely a learning experience, in every meaning and connotation of that phrase.