I went to college. A couple different ones actually. Went to a junior college and got 2 associate degrees, one in broadcasting and one in broadcast sales (which is doing radio or television sales). Then I transferred to Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana (where David Letterman graduated from)where I picked up my bachelor of general studies with a minor in speech communication. I didn't want to spend more than 4 years total in college (although if I knew then, what I know now, I would have taken my time. college was the best time of my life) and doing the general studies option was the easiest way to do that. I have my degree, which gets me in the door where I need it and I can sell myself, so it made the most sense.
I studied telecommunications, and I thought I would end up working at a radio or television station, but instead I work in the music biz and I deal with radio stations and record labels. So I guess in a way I kind of work in the field I studied. Just in an offshoot of it I guess.
I love my job and I'm extremely blessed to get to do some of the things I do. If it all went away tomorrow, I've still accomplished much more than I ever thought I could. Now if I could just get the rest of my life in order
If you watch Seinfeld, what's your favorite episode?