This newsletter is just to inform you on what I have going on over the next few week, to point you in the direction of past shows I have done, and to just say hello to you! First and foremost, I would like to thank you for the support that you have shown me. It has honestly made me so much stronger in my life and has given me a reason to keep doing what I am doing, so for that I thank you!
30 Weeks Later
As I come to the end of my schooling at The Academy of Radio and TV Broadcasting, I look back and see all the things that I have done to bring me to this stage in life. From the people I have met, to those who have given me advice, and to those who listen to me weekly, it amazes me how much people can make a difference in just a few show months. I am getting ready to move on with my life and move into the next stage: Looking for a job!
Easier said than done, right? It has been a heck of a ride, and I can honestly say that no amount of money can make my experiences at the Academy tainted. I have learned so much, met so many great people, and have become a fan of the entire world of broadcasting, slowly but surely. So 30 weeks later, this adventure has closed and the future begins.
Online with Ruben Jay
My weekly radio show hosted on Spreaker.com is heard by hundreds of people a week! Bringing you the best (and worst) in entertainment news, I broadcast every Friday night at 7PM. You can catch it live, or you can listen to it as a podcast.
Over the past few weeks, I have had the honor and privilege of interviewing singer Amber Noel and singer/songwriter Justin Dorsey. Both of these experiences have taught me so much, and I would like to share both moments with you!
As a huge fan of Rock and Roll, I have created The Rock And Radio Show which can be listened to live on scheduled days as well as found on iTunes! Myself along with Big Mike Ramirez and the “GNR Kid” Jonathan Richmond get together in a home studio to talk about the best of Rock and Roll. It is honestly a fun show to do with callers calling in, texting requests and randomly breaking out in guitar sessions.
The Rock And Radio Show has shown me that there is so much entertainment that music and other have to offer, that throwing those aspects into a box is hazardous, and that we should all take chances to make things work. Richmond is not someone who works in the radio world, he’s a rock and roll junkie that can be entertaining. The former stand up comedian brings an element to the show that is needed.
Big Mike is my right hand man. Mike and I are classmates at The Academy and have gelled perfectly from the start. With two over the top personalities, it is easy to get lost in the conversation.
Listen to our last two episodes of The Rock And Radio Show.