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RE: NERW 3/24: WFAU Loses A Tower, WFNX Gains A State, NERW Visits California...
I'm glad this is clarified... my former GM said during my job interview that
they were using a Live Assist at the station (then WQAI 1570). When I got to
the studio, it was a five CD changer placed on "shuffle" and maybe the
announcer cutting in a spot or ID. Maybe. I changed all that for my
shows.... This is the same gent who got very dissed when I asked about what
he wants me to do if the EBS goes off (we had lots of tornado threats and
such in the summer). I was trying to be a responsible operator... Then I
thought about it afterwards remembering that the EAS was the status Quo, we
were still with the old system
Ex; WQAI/WYHI 1570
> On Sat, 25 Mar 2000, Brian T. Vita wrote:
> > Can someone clarify what a "live-assist" is and how it differs from
> > automation? Is this just an automation system that waits for a live
> stop set?
> "Live-assist" generally means that someone is controlling the automation
> system manually and speaking on the air live.
> Rob Landry