Brandon Moe

This week was very simple but at the same time I had to get ready for the things I had to do the following week. Throughout the week, I had to help people with liners. I also was able to speak on new information going on around campus during my voice tracks on air. Besides doing the usual, I had to prepare to meet with people so we can get more voices for the next upcoming liners about COMM Week. Hopefully with all that’s going on, being that it’s Mid terms week, I can get all the people I need for the liners. I also was able to add more music for the EDM Block which is kind of shown in the picture.


Brandi Phillips

Week 5

Unfortunately, this week I haven’t been able to commit entirely to PMB due to schedule constraints. Nevertheless, I worked on data spreasheets once again. As I mentioned before, the list is extensive. It is time consuming to compute the listener’s information into the Excel spreadsheet. Other than this, it was another great and easy week at PMB.

Brandi Phillips

Week 4

Another CSU intern and I were granted the privilege to sit in on an executive meeting with the city of Columbus and other media professionals. Uptown Columbus shared with everyone about spring events they thought would make Columbus more enticing. It was great to listen to what is in store for Columbus, and as well meet and greet with other media professionals.

Brandi Phillips

Week 3

This week, I had the chance to be in the radio studio for Q 107.3. Midday radio personality, Jay King, showed me programs they use to deliver and edit voiceovers. He showed me how to work the control board and other programs they use. It was fascinating to see how the DJ’s switch back and forth on the control board. I would need to take some lessons to famailiarize myself with that. Damon Free, another radio personality for Q 107.3, informed me about selecting songs to play, when to play them, how often to play them, etc. One thing I’ve learned was that it is important to multi-task.

Brandi Phillips

Week 2

The second week of interning at PMB has quickly approached me. Last week, I was computing data information into Excel spreadsheets. This week, another intern from Auburn University and I sat in on an executive meeting. We listened as they discussed a recent event that had for Super Bowl, and other suggestions for next year. Other than this, they talked about upcoming events and promotions for the listeners. Then, we worked on the calendar of events for PMB and completing the data spreadsheet assignment.

Brandi Phillips

Week 1

My first week at PMB was an exciting one. Most of my media experience is in television and writing. So, learning about radio will be a new route for me. I met with alum, Allie Powell, and radio director, Dave Arwood, to discuss the duties I would have as a PMB intern. To start things off, I worked on data spreadsheets. Here, I organized listener’s information so Allie or someone else could send them e-mail reminders about the upcoming events and other promotions. The data spreadsheet was extensive! This proves PMB has a strong listening base.

Caleb Janney

Week 6

This week was a brainstorming week. Rob is the pastor over house churches as Grace Midtown. One of the major parts of his job and subsequently my job is to provide the proper resourcing to leaders in house churches or potential leaders of new house churches on how to lead their house church. We have been accomplishing this through emails as the come in overtime but we have been trying to figure a way by which we will be able to resource these guys better. We landed on the idea of a House Church Resource Manual. This is a big project underway as of this past week. This however will not be something that I am spearheading. This project will probably outlast the length of my internship. I am just going to share what I suggested be a part of this manual, which I hope to continue to be a resource on in the coming weeks in months. I suggested that, very practically, we have a communication section of this resource manual. My thoughts were to focus mainly on interpersonal relationship skills: relational dynamics, being yourself, and conflict resolution. Any time you are leading other people it is important to have a good working knowledge of interpersonal relational skills, how that relates to you being fully yourself, and how to solve conflict within a group because it is bound to happen.

My others duties this week were to begin to plan for next month’s Fireside Chats. The next chat is actually in just a couple of weeks, March 13. I am mentally processing these steps right now and will begin to take action next week. I also had to update a few house churches in the network management software Arena. I actually did not have to send out any mass communications this week.