Share your old airchecks, scoped or otherwise.
Small market, major market – send them in and we will post them.
We want to build on our AUDIO pages with airchecks from stations in the Seattle market and those from rural areas as well! If you worked in Spokane, Portland, Boise, Colfax, Forks, Walla Walla…any format, recently or decades ago…WE WANT YOUR AIRCHECKS!
Please share with the rest of the PugetSound.Media audience, your fellow broadcasters, your friends here at the blog. Don’t let your airchecks gather dust out there in the garage.
Here is one of mine I almost overlooked.
LOU ROBBINS [Jason Remington/PugetSound.Media Creator] KOOL FM/Phoenix
There are online sites, such as CLYP, where you can store your .wav or .mp3 audio files. Just send us those links and we can download them from those sites, or email your .mp3 files to [email protected] — Thank You!
The MAYO CLINIC says, (we are paraphrasing…) – Aircheck hoarding often creates such cramped living conditions that homes may be filled to capacity, with only narrow pathways winding through stacks of airchecks. Countertops, sinks, stoves, desks, stairways and virtually all other surfaces are usually piled with tapes. And when there’s no more room inside, the tapes and disc files may spread to the garage, vehicles, yard and other storage facilities.
Aircheck hoarding ranges from mild to severe. In some cases, aircheck hoarding may not have much impact on your life, while in other cases it seriously affects your functioning on a daily basis.
People with aircheck hoarding disorder may not see it as a problem, making treatment challenging. But sharing airchecks can help people with aircheck hoarding disorder understand how their beliefs and behaviors can be changed so that they can live safer, more enjoyable lives.
Because little is understood about what causes aircheck hoarding disorder, there’s no known way to prevent it. However, as with many such conditions, sharing .wav and .mp3 files at the first sign of a problem may help prevent aircheck hoarding from getting worse.