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Mike Hughes Joins Tim Barron's Radio Michigan
Nationally recognized television critic and observer, Mike Hughes, joins Tim Barron's Radio Michigan every Monday for a look at the upcoming week in television.
For nearly 3 decades, Mike provided the Lansing State Journal and the rest of the Gannett newspaper chain with television critiques and analysis. Now an independent writer, Mike provides the same services to papers coast to coast; including the Lansing State Journal and online anytime at Mikehughes.tv
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Off The Air, Onto The Web!
Lansing City Pulse: Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Lansing DJ/community advocate to launch web-based, Michigan-centric talk show.
by ALLAN I. ROSS
Radio DJs seldom know when it’s their last day behind the mic. Even the most popular personality in town could have the plug pulled at any time and for no reason. In the broadcasting industry, this guillotine method of firing staff is standard operating procedure. It sounds harsh, but it makes sense.
“It prevents unhappy, soon-to-be-ex-employees from spouting off live on the air,” explains longtime talk radio host Tim Barron. “The boss waits until you’re done for the day, then he’ll ask you to step into his office to sign some paperwork. And that’s all the notice you usually get.”
Read more at Lansing City Pulse here.