It was ... interesting.

If I were hired, I'd be working in the media operations department running cameras, editing video, monitoring signals, etc. I was given a tour of the station, and all of the 6 or 7 tech people were dudes. One of them was even wearing a Hawaiian shirt. I know I shouldn't be surprised, but c'mon really? Also, the chief engineer, who I think would be my supervisor's supervisor, is a good ol' boy. Good grief.

To be honest, I was actually really fascinated by all of the camera and audio equipment, and it looks like it would be a blast to learn the ropes. (And I've always been super jealous of my brother, who got a master's in broadcast journalism and then when on to work at NBC HQ in New York for a few years.) I'm pretty fucked, though, if I'm hired. The station drug tests, which I was NOT expecting, and I toke up at least once a day. Oh well, so it goes.