In this episode, NAIT radio student Courtney Shutter chats with Grant Johnson about moving from one station to another in the same building, and having a houseful of radio roommates. 

Current NAIT student Dan Rac sat down with recent NAIT graduate Mackenzie Roppelt to ask her about being a woman in radio production.

In this episode, student Terry Eggleston chats with Edmonton radio legend Bryan Hall, who reveals his radio origin story. 

In this episode, NAIT radio student Devin Horne interviews Bryce Kelley on his journey through different markets and jobs, in search of one elusive position. 

For this Off-Mic episode, we talk to the names behind the 104.9 Virgin Radio morning show! We find out how these two NAIT grads came together to host the show, how they get along, and who's on their wish list for future radio jobs!

So many students in radio and TV programs across the country have the same dream: to work for a national sports network covering the NHL. And it happens for some after years and years in the industry. For Sporstnet's Kyle Bukauskas, the path has been much shorter and direct. In this episode, NAIT student Tyler Yaremchuk talks to Kyle, who's living so many people's dream. 

In this episode of Off-Mic, Pepper from the Pepper and Dylan morning show on Kiss 91.7 in Edmonton talks about his career, his proudest moments and how difficult it can be putting yourself out there every day. Hosted by Dan Soul and Reece Farkash.

In this episode of Off Mic, NAIT radio student Stefan Opryshko interviews the host of CBC Radio's 'The Next Chapter' Shelagh Rogers. She talks about her start in radio, what the role of a journalist is, especially now in a game-changing political climate, and about how radio has changed for the better. 

This is the first episode hosted by 2nd semester NAIT Radio students. In this episode, Owen Shoemaker and Travis Radke interview a host considered one of the more original voices in Edmonton radio, a voice originally destined for TV. 

Sometimes, a good success story needs a little luck. For example, if not for some unknown individual dropping out of radio school, making room for Rena Jae, she would have gone in to business, and Winnipeg would have never known one of it's most popular personalities. From Tradio to Television, we walk the path with Rena this week on Off Mic.

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