I got the job that helped me get to the big time in Philadelphia radio on the misfortune of a station disc jockey who had a slip of the tongue.
Seems this newsman/part-time dj was working the Sunday morning shift where this particular top 40 giant was forced to schedule religious programming to fulfill its FCC license requirements.
Suddenly, a taped religious program dropped out, dead air ensued and the announcer ran into the studio in a panic.
I must explain that at this time that station had engineers who controlled levels, tapes and microphones and the jock cued the music, commercials and jingles. It was an awful&hellip