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A Radio DJ Speaks

Often when people find out I work as a radio DJ, they put a fist in my face as if they were holding a microphone and ask me to do my 'radio voice.' Truth is, my 'radio voice' in real life doesn't even remotely sound like my voice on the radio. This is because there is so much processing and filters going on between the voice and the actual broadcast that what is poured on one side doesn't sound the same as the output. It's almost like making a soup, you might have a nice piece of chicken…

Why Creatives Need To Think China

Today's blog is a guest blog from Stage 32 member Mimi Chen. Mimi is a multi-talented actor, singer, and dancer, but is best known for being an FM rock radio DJ. Being an Asian American in the entertainment industry, Mimi has faced frustrating stereotyping and casting - something any minority creative can relate to. In this entry, Mimi points out that creatives who aren't thinking about China and Asian influences are falling behind. She discusses the lack of accurate Asian representatio…

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