My time as part of the "Moose in the Morning" show has officially come to a close.
Since my junior year at Morningside College starts in just a few days, my summer internship with Moose and Q102.3 unfortunately has to come to an end.
I have learned so much over the last eight weeks and I can't believe how fast it went! Being able to get a glimpse of what all has to go in to a morning radio show was eye-opening. It's a lot of work, but it has inspired me to try and start up a mornings show here at Morningside.
There is something about a morning radio show that just makes mornings go by so much quicker and easier. The dynamic and lightness that you can have with a morning show compared to an afternoon show is intriguing and fun to experience firsthand!
Being a part of the morning show on a top-40 station really opened my eyes to a different type of music. Before this summer, I was a country girl. I hardly ever listened to any other type of music other than country. Now, I find myself listening to a wide variety, even classic rock!
I am sad my time at Q102 is over but thankfully, my time with Powell Broadcasting is not. All of the great people I have come to know during the course of this internship have helped me realize that I belong in the business of broadcasting. Now, whether or not that is going to be the radio side, I really don't know. Put me in front of the camera, I may just find a home there as well.