So the last couple day's I've received a few odd phone calls and comments from folks in the hall at I walked about the journalism department... "Nice job, but are you sure it's a good thing?" ... "I woke up today to your voice"... "You're not as dumb as you act."
Last Friday I was interviewed over the phone for an article on the college media bill and I did not know it at the time, but it was for the radio.
Last Tuesday I was on National Public Radio, or so they tell me. I didn't actually hear myself, but a few people that listen to NPR came by or e-mailed me that they heard me. I was interviewed for a story on the new college media bill that congressman Yee pushed through. It was an interesting process, basically I just happened to have kept up with the topic and when the announced call came I luckily knew what I was talking about.
It's interesting being on the other side of an interview, it truly is a craft to put people at ease and ask the right questions. It's also interesting being a journalist how knowing how the game is played, I started to flow with his questions and rhythm.
I hope I sounded good, I have no idea.
I tried to search for it online, but no luck. If anyone knows where I could find it, that'd be awesome, it'd be interesting to see how it is to be on the other side of the mic.