Dacia Canterbury with PMB Broadcasting

Now that the semester is winding down, it’s crunch time for me. Trying to finish up my internship hours and preparing for the semester to be over is going a lot more smoothly than I thought it would go. With finals, papers, and presentations to turn in, still managing to put in time to work at PMB has not been a difficult task.

After returning from Thanksgiving Break, I immediately got back to work as if I had never left. Being back in the studio meant learning more tricks on radio production. A couple of the tasks I did involved cross fading commercial spots for the radio stations, producing public service announcements for different companies throughout the city, and running random errands for some of the radio personalities. It was a pretty productive week, having put in at least 4-5 hours a day at the station.

My last days at the station are approaching and it will be a bittersweet end. Although having started late in the semester, I quickly adapted to the fast pace of the radio station and learned quite a handful of useful skills at PMB. For this week, we have more radio productions to produce, naturally; the work never stops.This weekend should be a pleasant way to end the week. I will be driving the Q107.3 radio van in a parade Saturday morning. It will be my first time ever being apart of something like this and I’m pretty excited about it! 

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