Debbie Archer | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences Children are not likely to run away because they think it is fun. Children who run away usually have a history of trauma, family conflict, abuse and possibly mental illness, according to Linda Inmon, Cooperative Extension Program associate-family and consumer sciences for the University of Arkansas…
Understanding and Caring for Runaway Children
Quite often, we get requests here at Radio Facts to work records or people want us to provide references for music promoters. While there are some great promoters out there, one of the many detriments of the music business continues to be the “fake promoter.”Whether promoting directly to radio or being hired as an independent by a music company, the fraudulent promoter continues to mar the industry with lies, lack of credibility, poor judgment and weak follow through.