Well, folks ... this is it: My last post.
It's been an amazing five years. What started as a hobby to keep my mind active turned into something much more than I ever dreamed it could, and for that, I thank each of you.
I've had more fun than anyone should be allowed to have, and the experience has been better than I deserved, but the time has come to bring this chapter of my life to a close. I'm very much a subscriber to the school of thought that you should always leave the people wanting a little more. And, judging from some of your comments to me via email, on here or on Facebook, that's what I've done.
And I've still got email. If you've got a question from time to time, drop me a line. I might answer you. (Of course I'll answer you. It might take a while at times, but I will. I promise.)
If you want to keep up with things that are going on in the world of broadcasting, I would like to take a moment to give you some sites that I have used and will continue to use. These may be handy for you:
- Indiana RadioWatch is my #1. If it's happening in Indiana radio, Blaine Thompson has his finger on the pulse. (Even radio with pictures.)
- TVNewsCheck is my next one.
- All Access, Radio Ink and Radio Online are three more.
- And there's the ubiquitous Broadcasting & Cable.
Thanks again ... and stay tuned.