Dwight Douglas has worked in radio, consulted radio, brought software to radio (Selector anyone?) and now he’s written a book about the radio business with ‘True Radio Confessions – Sex, Drugs & Rock’n Roll’ (available now on Amazon). It’s the possibly true (but all names have been changed) fictional story of DJ Sonny Joe McPherson, who takes on a fifty year broadcasting journey filled with – you guessed it – sex, drugs and rock and roll. Dwight talks about his new novel (which by the way has a glossary of terms to help out the non-radio people understand what drives the radio industry), but also discusses his long standing gig with media executive Lee Abrams; a (true) story involving ironing and rocker Bob Seger; why characters like Forrest Gump matter, plus Dwight’s take on lessons learned from the deregulation of radio. Whether you’re a radio pro or interested in the backstory of radio, join us in the studio!