The 97X Studio May Be Empty, But We’re Still Here
This week starts a long and exciting process for all of us here at 97X.
A few weeks ago, we found out that corporate is building us a new studio after dealing with tech gremlins within the setup we had for so long. Power outages, buttons randomly not working, screens turning on and off on their own. It's a relief, but it also causes some logistic issues.
Heck, if you listened to the Dwyer & Michaels Morning Show last week, you probably heard the guys talking about the rebuild, and as they explained how many issues we were having in our studio, the station went off the air - then came back after about half an hour, only to go up and down a few more times.
So, what's this mean for us?
Here's my studio, where I record audio, answer phones, and do my weekday show:
Obviously, I can't sit in there right now, so I'm broadcasting from my house for the time being. The Dork's studio will soon look like mine, but right now, it's pretty bare too.
The Worst of Dwyer & Michaels is running in the mornings until we're operational again - about two weeks. You can keep up with what the Dorks and crew are up to with their time off by following them on social media.
So, you can still listen to your favorite station with your favorite DJ's - we're just letting you know if you hear a dog bark or (in Bill Stage's case) a cow or chicken in the background, that'd be why.
Keep an eye and ear out - we'll have some more photos to show you throughout this process, and the 97X app is your key to seeing behind the scenes.