Internships seem to run the gamut from near slave-labor situations to a quarter of which work unsupervised and are given the run of the station.
Although the official attendance was down from 2008, many exhibitors at the 2009 NAB Show took the "bright side" view that there were fewer "tire kickers" at the show.
In television, there's never a time when anybody but the guy who put the station on the air actually starts with a clean slate.
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