If it isn't addressed here, then it's not even a relevant question. I'd like to acknowledge my many years of broadcasting experience and the guidance of a few select individuals for the wisdom I'm about to impart. I do this as a public service for everyone still in radio and those future broadcasters who have yet to grace the airwaves.
Question 1: When did you first decide you were going to be a deejay?
Answer: When I realized I could get a job in radio and avoid actually working for a living.
Question 2: What's the best way to get into radio?
Answer: Most of us still use doors. Occasionally, someone slips in the window but only if they're trying to elude their probation officer.
Question 3: Why do radio people have so many personal issues?
Answer: Because most clinical psychiatrists give you a discount if you have multiple personalities.
Question 4: Why do so many radio personalities have drinking problems?
Answer: Drinking's not the problem. Sobering up is.
Question 5: How much money do you make per year?
Answer: Is that after the booze expenditure?
Question 6: I heard the radio business used to be full of drugs.
Answer: No, the business was drug-free. It was the deejays who were stoned.
Question 7: Do you get free T-shirts?
Answer: Yes. I just hope someday the radio station will give away pants so I can complete my wardrobe.
Question 8: I've always heard that radio engineers are nerdy guys who seem distant and preoccupied.
Answer: I wouldn't know. Find one at a Star Trek Convention and ask them yourself.
Question 9: Who invented radio?
Answer: Radio wasn't "invented." It was discovered 1700 feet underground in an old mine shaft outside Reno, Nevada. Sheesh.