After nine months of filling in as the producer at Daybreak North, I’m going back to associate producer today.
People have been asking me how I feel about the move. The best way I can describe it is it’s like when you’ve been working and studying for weeks, but now you’ve finished all your exams, and all you have to do is go to your job. It feels like I suddenly have a lot less to do.
As with any higher-level job, producer came with a lot of extra responsibilities. The buck for many things stopped with me. There was a lot more time management and long-term planning necessary.
It was hard at times, but I enjoyed myself. We did multiple series, a bunch of original stories, held live election debates, live specials, and more. I also had a great team to work with.
But I’m not sad to be stepping away. It was always the plan, so it’s not like a surprise. It was a great opportunity, I’m grateful to have had it, and maybe I’ll get it again someday. But for now I’m happy to step back for a bit and let someone else take the reins, while I get ready for whatever else comes next.
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