If You've Ever Wanted to Host a Show on The Ticket, Here's Your Big Break. Seriously.
So, then, this is for reals? Indeed, says Cat -- only, he reminds, this isn't just a show-host opening, but a "heavy production" job that involves not only editing a day's worth of material into a two-hour show but also delivering those three "tickers" per hour while serving as board op. "You're not Mike Rhyner," he says. Still. So if you don't like your gig, apply to Rich Phillips. That wasn't the question.