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Re: when you're hot, you're hot
- Subject: Re: when you're hot, you're hot
- From: "A. Joseph Ross" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 8 Jun 1999 02:28:01 -0400
On 8 Jun 99, Donna Halper wrote:
> So for those not in Boston, it was 97 degrees here today, and according to
> David Brudnoy, the air conditioning at WBZ was broken all day! This set
> me to wondering how the TV side would be able to do their casts, since I
> assume the lights on the TV set would be incredibly hot. But on the radio
> side, would they have had to use fans-- and if so, how could they keep the
> noise from going out over the air? Ah, how we take modern technology for
When I was at WMUA, we had no air conditioning (though they do in the
present studios). We had large windows that we could open. I remember,
the year I was there for the summer, a couple of people fooling around,
one in the news studio, one in the control room, while I went from one
window to the other, yelling "Kawabonga" at whichever mike was open.
And, of course, with radio, you don't have to worry about wearing a tie.
Or even a shirt.
A.Joseph Ross, J.D. 617.367.0468
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