We have no money, so if you want to be part of this crazy circus, you'd have to volunteer. We do voice track when we feel like doing it, but I plan on changing that to regularly doing one or two breaks an hour where you can talk about whatever you want within reason. We obviously have a liberal slant and if there's an issue you want to address you're free to do that, but all breaks have a limit of 3 minutes and only 50% of your breaks can be about that subject and it's for one day only. I don't mean to hit you up with a shitload of rules, but the focus of the station is music, comedy and feeling good, not a spotlight at a podium where you get to rant and rave about whatever. The breaks are not going to be "boss radio." type delivery. This format is better suited for just a relaxed one-on-one delivery. We should exchange air checks as I too was a full-time jock/program director for 20 years and then stayed with it part-time while I tried my hand at television where I ended becoming part of a network programming group for what was then The WB network (now CW). We just switched-out our web maintenance company and will become much better known. We've had 11+ years to hone our skills
. If you read the description I gave about the station, you'll know we're global and the 2 countries that listen to us the most are the United States and Germany. We're not regulated by the FCC (thank God) so in your breaks you're allowed to drop F-Bombs, just don't go crazy with it. If you say it more than 10 times a break, you've got a problem with your vocabulary. That goes for the other 6 of the 7 words you can't say on radio. It's nice to have this kind of freedom. Let me know if you still want to do this. There's some behind the scenes stuff I'd love to share with you.