Pros: learning experience, sometimes free concert tickets
Cons: not enough hours
I loved working at Clear Channel, there were so many different things I learned. Typically, if we had an event, I would make sure I came prepared and loaded up all the equipment for the event. I had to coordinate with others as well to make sure the event was in place. If I was running the board, I had to make sure my tech was at the event so we could put on the broadcast.
Management always made sure we were operating efficiently and took care of us the best they could. My coworkers were reliable and easy to work with. The hardest part of the job was getting everyone to be on the same page as far as clients and management, techs and talent. There were a lot of people to keep track of but we did a good job. The most enjoyable part of the job was going to events and meeting listeners and representing the stations.