Radio Host, Logan Burnhardt, starts off his show with off-beat questions such as the whereabouts of the Taj Mahal, and why it is only photographed from the front. With listeners calling in on a variety of issues, he soon becomes aware that terrorists have planted chemical bombs in stadiums and crowded areas that make people violent. He subsequently asks his colleague to travel home to ensure that his wife, Gabbi, and child are safe - not knowing that terrorists will soon take over the building and hold him and other colleagues hostage and force them to make a live broadcast of their real agenda.
All America's worst fears. Realized. At once.
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Did You Know?
The term "dead air" is used primarily in broadcasting, be it radio or television, and it defines any amount of time where nothing goes out over the air unintentionally, like silence on radio or a black screen on television. Dead air is considered a broadcaster's worst nightmare, as it eats up precious advertising time. See more
The door that is blocked with furniture in the studio opens away from the blockade. See more
[the radio station employees are barricading the doors with heavy desks. Lucy walks over and sets a potted plant on top of the desks
And that's supposed to do WHAT?
References Soylent Green
I Don't Wanna Die
Written by Theresa Walker
Produced and Performed by Theresa Walker and Tim Hall See more