Wednesday, June 17, 2009

College Radio Rule Breaker Gets Arrested

Word to the wise. If you take it upon yourself to break the rules at your college radio station by playing explicit music, then be ready to face the consequences.

According to an article in the Dayton Daily News, A DJ at Wright State's WWSU-FM (Dayton, Ohio) was fired yesterday for playing unedited music and then was promptly arrested by campus police for outstanding warrants. Apparently the station's management was concerned about the firing, so had campus police on hand. Upon further investigation the police learned of the warrants, so hauled the guy off to jail for charges relating to "corrupt activity" and bad checks. Crazy.

Have you ever called in campus police when firing a DJ?

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