[JPL] Announcing and Clocks

TomtheJazzman tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com
Fri Sep 19 13:01:52 EDT 2008


With Internet STREAMING I not not mention the time other than the last 
set of my program.  That is not even time specific.
ALOHA
Tom

DPolletta at aol.com wrote:
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> In a message dated 9/18/2008 8:33:46 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
> blaise.lantana at riomail.maricopa.edu writes:
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> But here  is something totally unrelated.  I thought I'd add my pet
> announcing  peeve.
> Ok, two, 
> 1.  "Top of the hour", NEVER SAY THAT, EVER!! It  went out in 1850, ok maybe
> if you are Irish, but I think that's "top o' the  mornin'" 
> 2.  The royal "we", unless you have your dog on air with  you. >
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> Blaise-
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> I guess we'll have to differ on number two.  Nothing drives me crazier  than 
> the big "I."    We used to have an overnight announcer who  used it.  "I'm 
> going to feature this...I'm going to play that for  you..."I'm have a new 
> recording...I..I...I...I"    ARGGHH!!!   You represent your station when you talk, 
> not you.  
>  
> My fave comes from sports announcer Brent Musberger.  He loves to say  "We've 
> reached the top of the hour here in Columbus...or Ann Arbor...or South  
> Bend."  So what time it is in Chicago or LA, Brent- 20 minutes past or  perhaps ten 
> until the top?
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> Dan Polletta
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