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    Quote Originally Posted by alum81 View Post
    Bring a phone down to the field, call Jay in the booth give Robe the phone, put Jay's phone on speaker, put it up to the mic in the booth.

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    Brilliant!

    When Michael Desormeaux was still a high school quarterback, I did a KPEL Friday night broadcast from New Iberia, between New Iberia Catholic and Teurlings.

    Side note: $50 a game agreement, never got paid.

    Anyway, We did the entire broadcast with nothing more than my Motorola flip phone.

    Today any mobile phone with a headphone/mic jack and a Lavalier microphone would be a perfect postgame solution for away baseball games.

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    Good idea, Turbine, except Jonesboro won't get a cell tower until the next century. Besides, according to the KPEL engineer/producer, everything is fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunGrad16 View Post
    It worked during the game as we had the equipment in cue during the game to make sure it worked. Don't know why it didn't work postgame 😕
    Come on, man. You can work for the station without having to defend it in everything.

    I spent five years at KPEL-FM. I did everything from anchoring/reporting, producing games (HS football and Cajuns baseball), and being the BM. And I say this knowing that Jay Walker is my child's godfather: KPEL-AM needs to get it figured out.

    I know they're working on it. Despite what many on here believe, that station is run by proud professionals. Mistakes do in fact make them go crazy. But yes, the postgame shenanigans need to be fixed, and you're offering a lot of excuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathancpike View Post
    Come on, man. You can work for the station without having to defend it in everything.

    I spent five years at KPEL-FM. I did everything from anchoring/reporting, producing games (HS football and Cajuns baseball), and being the BM. And I say this knowing that Jay Walker is my child's godfather: KPEL-AM needs to get it figured out.

    I know they're working on it. Despite what many on here believe, that station is run by proud professionals. Mistakes do in fact make them go crazy. But yes, the postgame shenanigans need to be fixed, and you're offering a lot of excuses.
    What kind of SLA is involved with these broadcast deals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathancpike View Post
    Come on, man. You can work for the station without having to defend it in everything.

    I spent five years at KPEL-FM. I did everything from anchoring/reporting, producing games (HS football and Cajuns baseball), and being the BM. And I say this knowing that Jay Walker is my child's godfather: KPEL-AM needs to get it figured out.

    I know they're working on it. Despite what many on here believe, that station is run by proud professionals. Mistakes do in fact make them go crazy. But yes, the postgame shenanigans need to be fixed, and you're offering a lot of excuses.
    I once forgot to take a remote break out of cue. It was loud and clear to me in Studio, but 2 minutes of dead air for the listeners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    I once forgot to take a remote break out of cue. It was loud and clear to me in Studio, but 2 minutes of dead air for the listeners.
    2 minutes of dead air = Jay walker baseball/football call

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    Default Re: Radio Post Game

    Give both Jay and Robe a blow horn and have them do the interview that way


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    Now that's it. Do the post game interview like they do the pregame, on tape. We know the outcome, so Robe can give all the details why this happen or that happen on tape. So just play it after the game. No problem with a mike. What say


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