Susan Carpenter Net Worth
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The main source of income: Directors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2023 year – is about $19,6 Million.
Susan Carpenter information Birth date: 1966 Profession:Assistant Director, Miscellaneous Crew, ProducerBooks:40 Watts from Nowhere
:How tall is Susan Carpenter – 1,77m.
How much weight is Susan Carpenter – 61kg
Susan Carpenter is a writer and media personality known for operating two illegal pirate radio stations and writing about unconventional adventures she has undertaken in order to experience them firsthand.A University of Wisconsin–Madison graduate, Carpenter was working as a legal secretary in San Francisco, California in 1995 when she began pseudonymously running an illegal all-music pirate radio station, which she named KPBJ after the sandwich. The station operated for three and a half years before the FCC shut it down. During those years, KPBJ grew from interviewing relatively unknown guests to hosting live performances by such bands as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Janes Addiction.In 1998, Carpenter took a job as editor of the niche culture magazine UHF and moved to Los Angeles, where, under the alias Paige Jarrett, she founded a new pirate station, KBLT, also named after the sandwich, in the hipster Los Angeles community of Silver Lake. KBLTs DJs included Bob Forrest, Mike Watt and Keith Morris., performers included Mazzy Star, who played a benefit to help pay her legal fees, and the station featured bootleg world premieres of songs by Beck, Madonna, and Jesus and Mary Chain.A former feature writer for The Los Angeles Times and senior contributor to Jane magazine, Carpenters writing has also appeared in George, Marie Claire, and Cosmopolitan. She has written about topics as diverse as working as a Hooters girl, posing nude for Playboy magazine, joining the Army, working on a chain gang, competing in a Hawaiian Tropic tanning contest, and trying out for the LA Lakers dance squad, the Laker Girls, and has provided insider commentary about pirate radio happenings. In October 2012, Carpenter moved to the Orange County Register as automobile and motorcycle columnist.In 2004, Carpenter wrote a book about her experiences as a pirate radio operator which has been described as sine qua non for anyone who aspires to run any kind of community-style radio station due to the details it provides about the college/community/pirate scene.
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