This week I was able to do my first Interview on television for PMB broadcasting. I was at the tornado relief campaign that was put on by partnering media PMB and WRBL. For this I had to drive the Kissin’ 99.3 van for “van placement”, as well as, recording breaks for Country Legends 95.3 to update everyone on how much money was being made during the campaign. Over $30,000 was raised in one day by the wonderful community members of the Auburn and Opelika area. During this event I was able to learn of the lives that were impacted during the tornado and it not only touched me but everyone around the community. This was one of the more humbling events I was proud to be a part of.
Not only did I have to record breaks for 95.3 on the radio but I also did multiple interviews with Bob Jeswald for WRBL. I was nervous at first, but I learned to be composed to tell a story that can touch the hearts of the watching audience. During each interview I represented PMB broadcasting, specifically Kissin’ 99.3. Also, I was able to do Facebook live to reach PMB’s social media audience. Usually Facebook lives are no longer than 5 minutes and entails pertinent details of what has happened throughout the day at the campaign. This event touched many victims of the tornado and was able to help red cross get the funds necessary to rebuild the communities impacted.