they are working with absolute junk on the engineering and production side. Lots of good equipment was essentially pawned and replaced by used equipment that only a Ham radio operator could enjoy. It's the equivalent of Jim Abbott pitching with no hands.
THAT absolutely makes me salivate.... wow that brings back some good 'ol memories of days gone by at Ray-dee-OH Peso (A Texas subsidiary of Poco Peso Communications, Inc.)
I've done more with one thin dime than most. We also had bailing wire and hey too.
And all kidding aside, one time our corporate office didn't pay a monthly electric bill for one of our transmitter sites and TXU went out to the site in Dallas and disconnected it from the grid at the electric meter due to non-payment. Our GM had to go to Kroger and use a personal check to get the station back on the air. Too embarrassing not to be TRUE!
So, I would be uniquely qualified for that gig. All that needs to happen is the Atlanta DOE would have to call and apologize for insulting my Executive Briefing.PDF. Hey, even the toll-free line I sent him previously is still operational.
One needs to ask, why does 'DFW Radio' need to hire a CE now that the re-lo is complete?
What happened to the prior, pre-re-lo CE?
How about the engineers that came from from Citadel, where are they now?
On a sad note, I drove by the Lamar building last week and noticed that the KSCS/WPAB sign was finally taken down from their long time former studios.