Coming to you from MC Studios nestled somewhere in an old, old state, I am Michael Crook. There really isn't much to put on a bio page, but doing so seems to be the status quo these days, so here goes.
In 1993, while still in junior high school, I formed and ran the Unlimited Too Fan Club, a group that at its peak, had 300 members worldwide. UTFC feted the Beneluxian eurodance group 2 Unlimited. My group was mentioned in Rolling Stone, in local newspapers worldwide, and on radio stations around Europe and the United States.
I am an Apple product kind of guy. I am. For my money, it simply doesn't get any better than, like me, owning an Phone, iPad and Apple Watch as well as AirPods.
Vocationally, after working at The Press of Atlantic City in the production department, and after a brief stop in retail store management, I jumped head first into the broadcasting industry field. My first foray was at WOND-AM in Linwood, New Jersey.
In television, I started off as a master control operator at WMGM-TV in Linwood, owned by the same company as WOND. I wound up working for stations all around the country; KFXP in Pocatello, Idaho; KMSP in Minneapolis, WKEF in Dayton, Ohio and WUTR in Utica, New York.
I then moved into broadcast engineering and after the proper training, became an assistant chief engineer with the pertinent FCC licensure. I joined WRCX in Dayton where (it was a small station) I was in charge of programming and traffic as well as light engineering duties.