Celebrating 20 Years Online

If you started doing something in 1991 and continue it today, does that make you experienced or old?

Sunday, January 15, AudioGraphics.com will be online for 20 years. Think about that:
Two decades in a constantly changed world; learning how to max-out the efficacy of each new "next-big-thing"; coupling broadcast knowledge with digital wonder, and being able to experiment with it over multiple platforms (while working with world-class professionals).

I've mentioned multiple times that the velocity of change is what's staggering. At times, it's breathtaking.

Audio Graphics was formed in 1991. The first years I made radio and TV commercials, though it was launching this web site in 1997 that lit a fuse. I burned through knowledge, and it felt good.

You don't let go of good!

I'm in the middle of creating another "Intro to Indie Artists - Country." I bring this up today because of "why" that sentence is important. 1) Since creating the "Intro" series in 2006, this is the first time it's being released "in the middle" of its making; 2) that I can do this should be a red flag for all old school thinkers. Change continues. How often are we reading/hearing about something new (change) in audio, be it online or broadcast?

Are you viewing change from experienced or old eyes? Maybe it should be from neither.





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