(PRWEB) August 27, 2014
The non-fiction work, which reads like something between a diary and a novel, describes what it was like early in the author's career. Bob LeMoullec started as a radio DJ before transitioning into the news department. "The Newsroom Confessions" describes what virtually every struggling media man goes through—from the meager salary to the mediocre studio, to the risks of being on the job. This work has everything from sexual hi jinks to rubbing elbows with not only the rich and the famous, but the down and outers along with convicted criminals and politicians.
Don't even think about going into the business without first reading this.
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