100 Word Story – Broadcast (Part Two)

The world has become so technologically advanced that old forms of communication and hearing information could have easily be phased out of existence. However, those old ways were just reinforced, being improved to stay modern and relevant. Sending mail across the world, sending a fax through, and even simple courier services are still in use today. But for me, I prefer the use of radio.

Having my own radio show as a way to converse and hear the opinions of others is a great way to help get information out and about. I could share something that others may not know about and I could learn about something that may have my interest. As long as people can back up something weighty and give proof for something that may be outrageous, then the information is worth knowing.

But having theories and conspiracies based on nothing, that just drives me up the wall.


I adjusted my headphones so that they wouldn’t slip off so easily. The stand for the microphone was raised just a tad too high, but it was just me in here for the day, so it wouldn’t have mattered. Adjusting the height of my chair, I scooted to the table, hit the “Go Live” button on my console, and began.

“Hello, and welcome to ‘The Uriel Show.’ I am your host, Uriel Yearwood, and I’m looking forward to hearing what you great people have to say today.”

As soon as my show began, the phone lines starting ringing like wildfire.


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