The best thrill I had was knowing that I was communicating with thousands of listeners in an instant and the adrenaline rush of being live on air that is make or break. Lots of free food and tickets from sponsors is also nice. Plus, I got to meet a few celebrities and politicians that were guests for the studio. My advice is to focus more on the business side of your studies and those will take you farther in the industry. Radio announcers in minor markets get paid very little compared to the sales and marketing staff and often work two jobs to support themselves. In no way do I want you discouraged, but rather informed about the radio biz so that you can prepare otherwise. Also, start practicing enunciating and record yourself to hear how you can talk better for the audience. Get comfortable being behind a microphone, everyone thinks that all you have to do is talk, but for some reason when that "On Air" light turns on your brain goes awkwardly quiet and you hope that words are coming out of your mouth in a comprehensive order. Good luck with your venture, can't wait to tune in to your show!