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Howie – Why Radio Connection Is Better


The difference between Jim’s school as an internship which is a way that it should be done and the school say if I go to a school for a 4 or 5 years and pay 20 or 30 thousand dollars a year to go to school there and take a whole lot of classes that really may not even pertain to radio or to pertain to my major, when I go out I go into a raw job market. I have no job skills other than what I have learnt in school which could be 20 or 30 years old depending on the equipment they have and the people that teach those schools I have noticed they are people that were never successful in radio. You don’t see Howard Stern teaching at Columbia School of Broadcasting.

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