Yesterday AC was featured on the local talk show "The Broadcast," and we had the best time filming the feature!  We participated in an Office Makeover segment where we helped one lucky lady get ready for her annual holiday office party.  Our sweet victim makeover recipient got to pick out a great party dress, have her hair and makeup done, then we got to put the finishing touches on her with some fab jewels and our favorite holiday clutch.  Check out Accessory Concierge on "The Broadcast" for more tips and tricks on taking your look from everyday to holiday chic.  



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    Amy: December 29, 2014

    How does one go about starting their own radio stiotan? Are there laws or restrictions or some kind of form I should know about or fill out? Does anyone know any websites or reliable sources of information that can accurately answer these questions? The radio stiotan would be small, of course, and would play a variety of music, have a few talk shows, and it would be (at first) voluntary, until enough money can be raised to pay people. Local bands and businesses could adverstise as well. Main target: teenagers, high schoolers, recent high school graduates.If anyone can help me, I would really appreciate it!

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    Camii: December 28, 2014

    All broadcast radio stiontas require a license from the Federal Communications Commission, and there are LOTS of forms to fill out. You can learn more about professional radio stiontas at the Web site of Radio World magazine, listed below.There are two other things you can do. The first is to get a job or internship at a radio station so that you learn about the business and operation of radio. The second would be to start your own Web-based radio station, streaming the kind of programming that you want to broadcast. That way, anyone in the world can listen to your programming and you don’t need an FCC license. You will eventually have to pay fees to ASCAP and BMI for the music rights, however.Your library might have books on radio station operations. Ask a librarian for assistance.Good luck!

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