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Tony! Toni! Tone!- Feels Good has been a part of our lives since 1988 and recently they treated the DFW to a Smooth Nite Out at Medusa LIVE. 105.7 listeners got to sing along to songs like Little Walter, Anniversary, Whatever You Want & It Never Rains. No Raphael but the group didn’t miss a beat with cousin Amar & Dwayne handling lead vocals. Pictured: KRNB’s 1st Lady of Mid-Day KJ & Tony Toni Tone. See more pics @ www.KRNB.com
Elroy Smith is involved in the Chicago $4.6 million translator (100.7) purchase, and a huge fan of Gospel music. Gospel in Chicago would be super competitive and more important a first. Robert Feder of the Chicago Sun-Times has his thoughts.
Cumulus announces a new Westwood One news service powered by CNN’s worldwide newsgathering resources. This new service will offer radio stations nationwide access to broadcast, breaking news, wire service and digital content provided by CNN for use on the air and on their websites.
Westwood One is the leader in news and information distribution, with 10,000 radio affiliates in the United States, and owns the patented STORQ technology that provides a local feel to syndicated content. The addition of this new service will for the first time enable local radio stations to broadcast the latest national and international news acquired by CNN but branded with their own call letters and station slogans.
Powered by CNN’s award-winning worldwide newsgathering resources and produced for local stations by the veteran news team at Westwood One, these news segments will fit seamlessly into stations’ formats and encourage more stations to air news content. As an example of how the new “white label” news format will sound on the air, Country format stations operating under the NASH brand created by Cumulus will introduce “NASH News” segments.
“Our affiliates and advertising partners know they can count on us for news and information products that reflect how people today consume content through various platforms, and this exclusive access to CNN’s newsgathering will ensure we can provide stations nationwide an unmatched array of news formats,” said Lew Dickey, CEO of Cumulus.
“People that are serious about the business of news are in business with CNN,” said Ed Stephen, Senior Vice President and General Manager for CNN Newsource. “We look forward to helping Cumulus build a world-class radio news service.”
Yasmin Young & Nolimit Larry of The Morning Maddhouse on Power 98 in Charlotte, NC, giving out free ice cream to the kids, courtesy of Blue Bell! Their morning show believes giving back to the community is just as important as the music and entertainment!
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NuVoodoo Media Services, a next generation media research and marketing company, today announced that it has promoted radio programming and media marketing specialist, Mike O’Connor to Executive Vice President of Marketing. O’Connor, a co-founder of NuVoodoo Media Services, was previously Vice President of Marketing. He heads the company’s marketing services for radio stations, and created NuVoodoo’s groundbreaking Social TV product with NuVoodoo’s Chief Executive Officer, Carolyn Gilbert. In his new capacity, O’Connor will lead the company’s expansion across the Social Marketing, Micro-Targeted Customized Direct Mail and Integrated Digital Media Marketing spaces for radio, television and newspaper. He is based in NuVoodoo’s Austin, TX, office.
O’Connor previously served as SVP, Innovations for Tribune Interactive. Prior to that, he was Brand Manager and Regional Vice President of Programming for Clear Channel Radio and was Vice President, Interactive for Clear Channel Creative Services. While at Clear Channel, he launched the Format Lab, the predecessor to iHeartRadio. As Clear Channel Radio’s Executive Vice President, Content Research and Development, he helped create Stealth Marketing in partnership with Critical Mass Media. O’Connor programmed CHR, Classic Rock, Triple A, Sport, News/Talk and Alternative radio stations across a 20-year period that took him to markets including Albuquerque, Boston, Atlanta and Denver. O’Connor holds a B.A. degree in History from Dartmouth College.
Carolyn Gilbert, CEO of NuVoodoo, said: “Mike O’Connor has distinguished himself as one of the most brilliant minds in media marketing. He has consulted hundreds of America’s most successful radio stations and has created strategic marketing programs that have driven significant ratings and revenue increases across a wide spectrum of formats and markets. With our current extraordinary team, Mike created our one-of-a-kind Social TV product, which is our fastest-growing offering. He’s a creative genius whose masterful approach to engaging those people most likely to respond to ratings surveys has paid off big-time for our clients. Mike will work with the NuVoodoo team to expand our marketing service offerings across radio, television and newspaper.”
O’Connor said: “”For close to three decades, I’ve locked arms with Carolyn Gilbert, Leigh Jacobs and my other longtime Jacor/Clear Channel/NuVoodoo partners with one mission in mind: find survey-friendly format fans and direct listening in our client stations’ favor. The research team uncovers the opportunities through inimitable modern methods. Then we pounce.”
For more information about NuVoodoo Media Services, contact Carolyn Gilbert at (732) 302-5888 and at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why not remix one of the biggest songs right now? Irv Da PHENOM! add a whole new element. Click here and check it out!
Iggy+Good weed+locked in the studio w a cool iPhone video editing app = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcjlXSFtU6A
A Christian radio group has sold one of its low-powered Chicago translators on the Willis Tower for $4.6 million, according to Chicago Radio & Media.
The company of purchase is Integrity Radio Communications, owned by former Chicago radio programming Elroy Smith. Click here for for more insite.
Cleveland’s Sam Sylk with Eddie Levert and Avery Sunshine.
KYKY/Y-98 in St. Louis hosted Studio 98 with Fitz & The Tantrums this past Saturday afternoon, and Night Show Host Brion O’ Brion was your host for the event at the PBR Bar in Ballpark Village.
Stephen A. Smith and his comment about Ray Rice did not go over good. You listen and be the judge.
CareerBuilder polled a respresentative sample of more than 3,000 workers in the United States and found out why so many people would choose to stay employed, even if they were rolling in cash.
But for those who would quit their jobs…
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