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Promise - American Radio History
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COUNTRY RADIO:
OPPORTUNITIES
AND CHALLENGE
READY FOR OVERDRIVE:
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Extension Top Programmer
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Poleman Stays Put
lion Pol.m.tn
has
to rcm.nn .n
'I lit top art
inked
a
multiyear deal
OM of Clear Channel
WHTZ (Z1011)/New
York and senior VP
of
programming
and marketing of
CONY. which inWAXQ.
cludes
WKTU. WWPR.
WLTW and WALK
.
of his new
deal. Poleman will
also play a major role in the tun ))))al
of "Elvis Duran & the
expans'
Morning Zoo:' currently heard on
As part
Palmist
1.I1n1 and
into his position is president/C.EO) of (:BS Radio. Dan
Mason ruled out a major restnuturing in the executive suite.
Hastening the reporting structure and eliminating the remaining three
regional manager positions. Mason will assume direct owersiOit of the
Mason
company's 57 stations in the top markets: Boston. Chicago. Dallas.
I )rouit. Houston. Los Angels. New York. Philadelphia. San Francisco and Washington.
Scott Herman-who was named executive VI' of operations. from executive VI' of
outside the top In.
oversee the 87 sea
the Eastern region
Regional managers Zhu Iktulo:kos and Lisa I)esker uke on new roles: lktuloukos
Ikcontes seniorVP/nurket nunager for New York and seniorVP /GM of sports WEAN
Seven months
-will
-
Hamm
VBFR CRJ CCI
73% 136
The percentage of 14- to 24
C
lus Media has signed a multiyear
agreement for Arbitrons Portable People
: in
Meter ratings service for 33 sta
eight markets: Atlanta. Cincinnati.
Dallas-Fort Worth. Houston-Galsaston.
Indianapolis. Kansas City. Nashville and
San Francisco.
Artimon says the agpeennennt provides that
(:
Ito will subscribe to the I'PM service
as and
when it
is introduced
in each market.
now inked deals with
13 radio groups.
13 of the top
and Salem
Comtnunica
Enters
have et to sign.
Conununica
Houston and Philadelphia are currently live with the l'I'M service: New York
Arhitron
has
.
goess live later this year.
-Mike Wyk and
NOVEMBER 2, 2007
Katy Bachman
study who said that a majority
of their music hsteninq hoe rt
spent on source* other than ter
restral radio, including C(h.
MPS.", 1Pgxfs. streaming .uxt
te.unnutes. I )ahl and )(nudism Braahneier.
g drive at
who seventh.
ntth retuned to tat
làmntis anat. ruck WLUP (the Loop).
Akmg with Garry Meier and Danny
Ikouoluce. I )ahl and Branihteier ver' pan
Evergreen Media: personality-centered
version of die Loxop.a titrenmter of the IM
of
talk fornut in Chicago.
Ilis
K
VP /market
"I applaud ( :
managea Rod R
canut for keeping
a legend like Steve Dahl in Chicago and
of great radio
c
g the trail'
personalities no other market can c
pete with:'WLUP GM Mary Nyren says.
The WCKG Hip also creates a new
sports radio battle. With the Chicago Bulk
insult Financial. which weeks ago began
weighing opt'
(or ih hnudcast div
has appanntly received an acceptable 31 2
billion order fron privately held "IV group
Raycomn Media.acconling to Reuten. It is
Teear whether Raycom will keep the
radio station. or sell therm to third party.
The broadcasting division umlade. IN
I
Eleven members of the House -all but one of them Democrats-sent a letter to FCC chair-
man Kevin Martin Oct. 25 to express their "ardent support" for the proposed 513.6 billion
merger between satcasters Sirius and XM. They believe the proposal is in the public interest
and that the new entity will be "able to meet the content needs" of the public with excep-
tional digital sound quality and no commercials at relatively low costs to the consumer."
The lawmakers argue that "consumers have a plethora of choices for their music and
audio entertainment needs" but that in the 10 years since the radio industry has undergone
"overwhelming consolidation," diversity in programming has decreased. They contend that
"synergies created by the merger of Sirius and XM will create new opportunities for this
type of diverse programming that has been overlooked by terrestrial radio broadcasters."
NAB executive VP Dennis Wharton rejected the claims that a merged operation might
serve "consumers better than competition" and that radio programming diversity has suffered in recent years; One need only look at the explosion in foreign- language radio sta-
.n
radio nations. three TV stations and a sport.
syndication and production business.
Reportedly. another leading bidder was
the Randy Michaels-led Oak Hill Pannen. which has Ixen pun g creation of
a radio unit. Other groups ltelieved to be
interested in Lincoln: radio stations are
'
Cent
Enters
tions -where the number of Hispanic stations has doubled in the last 10 years -to appreciate the fact that local radio is indeed responsive to serving niche audiences with specialized
Yorke
format void in the city that belled
pioneer I'M talk. Stn. ing since [Iowan'
Sterns January 21111h departure tin Sirius
Satellite I(adio. WCKG kt its .tabk. of talk
Roosts )po Oct. 29. shuttling thermion driver
Stew I /AI to morning, on adult hits sister
WJMK (Jack -FM). The mow cnad more
than a decade in the tiwnut lis W(:K( ; and
sets up r morning bank between two old
has left a
Lincoln Expected To Sell
Broadcast Unit
.
House Members Pressure
Martin To OK Satellite Merger
formats" -Jeffrey
WCKG Ends A Decade
Of FM Talk
A change at ( :Bs Radio :WCK(i /( :hicago
leaving WCKG to return to I:SI'N spoons
WMVI', they got tip against the Chicago
Blackh awks. whsle games air of rival (115
sports WSCR. -Mike Sims
t,.
year -olds m a Paragon Media
reütasas nus
Cumulus Signs For PPM
fix
the
group. replacing Michael Kincaid. who recently resigned due to
medical reasons. Long familiar with CBS' radio portfilio. Weiss
has served as president of sales for the CBS Radio division of
Interep since 1'$)4.
This reorganiza
is designed to implement a streamlined
(idly
toward a
and. moving our divis
chain Of c
responsive and profitable position :' Mason says. -Katy Bachman
Its
We continue to he at r crossroads fix
radio with new technology and I
believe there is a way for that technolop' to work to our advantage. I want to
see that through.'
K('rus Carer
-
in the market. Decker is now seniorVP /GM in Seattle and Portland. ore.
Mason also named Michael Weiss president of sales
WHY! (YIIM) /Miami.
no secret that EMI North
America was also romancing Poleman
for an executive -level position: "I think
EM! is in a great position with Terra
Firma." Poleman says. "Guy Hands.
Ashley Unwin and Billy Mann are brilliant. and I have no doubt that they will
do amazing things to benefit our entire
industry." he says. "But at this time in my
. I have six
life. radio is still my h
great radio brands to work with. and
we're at the birth of a new ratings
methodology. and that is very exciting.
ON THE WEB
Mason Shuffles CBS Radio
Management Team
Radio. C
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villa
and
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Three
O&A Dropped By
CBS Affiliates
Radio rock WYSI' /l'hiLKkIphia
dropped the synJkited"Opie R Anthony
Showy ()ct. 24. orle day after Greg}
Opur Hughes called WYSI' PI ) John
0110k a "wttssie boy-on the air and rained
alxnt IKws he aid co -host Awhnm ( :Amnia
had not been in Coulon with the station in
nixe than .1 month.
WYSI' is currently
CBS
r,,
playing, music in th
time slot. while nurket
Ar&
e
speculation
has
WYSI'
afternoon
Chris slidinto inomings.
lK)st Kitod
and Anthony
ing
tlo ulflt station GM !herd Yann omit says
tlut "then: is nothing to report" regarding
(:hris or anther host for mornings.
(WA 2n1t1 Chris are treadling up in adults
I14-34 in their 'eves-five d ypans. according
4
%
to June- Stptttnlov Ik)rtab ltople Mener
dru for Philadelphia. (WA %writ 2.5-3.333-1.3. \\hik Chris nKwtd 3.4-3.7-6.9-7.0.
(
buse also lost nso other CBS Radio
affiliates: ulk W( 'X( i/(:Iik.i n, due to a firnut Hip. stol alurnutivt WPtf % /West Ihlm
Brach. mind" has yet to ottit i III \' .11111 t11K't
morning show. -.111Le
Its IKV\'
Ikqt
NAB's Withers Wants
'Reasonable' Ownership
Deregulation
NAB Radio Board chairman Russ Wither. told
broadcaster. an: not asking the
of radas. "Our
.
Caw11nKne
'Senate
and
message is
s
pee: We must have
MOVERS
Clear Channel Radio /Minneapolis OM
manager. Predecessor Tony Hamel exited
Gregg Swedberg adds regional VP of
the station Oct. 28. McNamara was most
recently director of sales at CBS Radio in
Hartford ... Sony BMG Nashville senior
director of digital business Heather
Stephanie McNamara joins CBS Radio
sports WFAN /New York as general sales
well as Omaha and
Iowa's Des Moines,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
sensus
vote. the
panel
a
con-
sent the IdK-Jl
(:unununiIy Radio Act uf21M17 (5.1675) to
Sell. Majority I eaekr !Lim. Iicid; (I ) -Nev.)
office. when it could Ix scheduled for a bill
Senate vote. probably early next year.
nleawn. mirk wed by a I knx sr skin.
dn.'', third adlarenKy- clunnel protections
I
he
to an th. It. '( ". current 1.1"I 'M guikklin s and
Tens the
\Ixttrlllll to thousand.. IIK1n IKtI-
onnnenl.d and nhgrosk lmnps.11k NAB
oplvne. tel.' IIK'.l.tIr.. I1 111lirle
Flor+entino Shines
City and Davenport
markets. The position is new for this
region.
Mineappolis
Swedberg
regional VP /market
manager Mike Crusham says that
Swedberg "has demonstrated in the first
four months that have been here that he
is the one to take Clear Channel and our
audio brands where we need to be. Having
the ability to affect the entire region with
Minneapolis as the programming hub also
played a role in the decision."
-Susan Visakowitz
I
McDonald Takes Over
At Sunny CBS /Portland, Ore.
Tony Fkm etilo is the 11CW PI) at Saga A( :
WSNY (Sunny 95) /Col bus. Ohio.
caulking the gap (shuck Kniggt: tkpamin
nude in August. ! ík'll sun Nov. 12.
I k ,nIItino t1tiWs from thtVP of opt ratKKw
rhair at Marshall Arts ( :ummunicatitms. hut
has .l long rí%utuí that includes four years
pn>er.uunling WMTX /Tampa, plus stints as
t) \t of ( :uaakl /Nova ()rkanv anti UM of
Dave McDonald returns to CBS Radio's six-
WIVR
and Stan Mak -VP/GM of KLTH and KINK
"We took our time and did a pretty
exhaust'se stanch:' Saga cus'utise VI' Steve
(.okdstrjn sa\s."At the elan of the day.louv
was a great tit -faith !imano
have left the company. "While I've grown
:
THERE'S MUCH MORE
z
station Portland, Ore., cluster as senior
VP/GM, the same post he held from 1996 to
2004. He moves from the market manager
post at CBS' Seattle group, where he's spent
the last four years. The 34 -year industry vet
will oversee KUFO, KUPL, KVMX, KLTH,
KINK and KCMD. Mark Walen-who was
VP/GM of KUFO, KUPL, KVMX and KCMD-
-
very fond of living and working in Seattle,
I'm excited about getting back to Portland,"
McDonald says.
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-Keith Berman
McBee rises to the newly created position
of VP of digital business. McBee is a 14year company veteran
Briefing
By Jeffrey Yorke
Sirius Q3 Rev Up 45%,
Subs Up 19%
A sharp increase in new subscribers
helped propel a third -quarter 45 ",. revenue increase at Sirius Satellite Radio.
to S24 I .M mill' . up tomb SI67.I mil t .a ve.lr .ago. Sirius added 524.938
subscribers during the quarter. a 19%
increase. to 7.6 million subscribers
-a
50X%
increase
'06. Sirius
is
Mini
5.1
pmjcating
million in Q3
f( million sub-
scribers by year's end and total revenue
approaching El bill'
Sirius' Q3 net kiss inlprwed by 26%,
or f( cents per share.
to SI211.1 milt
tium S162.9 milt
or 12 cents per
share. in third-quarter 21 Mwt, in lime with
Wall Street expectations.
Swedberg Upped
At Clear Channel
( :Itnllliu s.
nujtr market. alike. By
CtimIllcn'e Committee that
'
Senate Committee
Clears Way For
Thousands Of LPFMs
The
Senate
.
programming duties for Minneapolis, as
opened the door (kt. 311 iIi thousands Ilium
LI'FM stations tu hit tlw air in rural coin-
a
(:(: for "total deregulation.- but
rather just cul nimlain.IMnahle rules that reflect the current
petitise radio environment:. the veteran Midwest broadcaster told c
chairman Sen. I )arid Inouye. I ) -I Loran. Oct. 2-1. Withers operates 31i local radio staand six TV su
s
sewn states.
-Ss
will argue that the changes to the broadcast osvncrshil) rules adopted in the
'N1 Telec
Act have noir send the publie interest. But they forget that ... the fug
merited hnudcast industry- particularly radio -seas in serious tremble Ithenl"
No matter how thoughtful Withers' art,
nt was. he's got tough sledding ahead.
Following a press conference in the U.S. Capitol held by Sens. Byron I ) or,zin.
and lient Lott. R- Miss.. where they launched an all -out effort to stop R :C chairman
Kevin Manin from loose g ownership rules. Lait showed no sympathy for struggling
media c
panics seeking the synergies of owning a newspaper and several broadcast
properties in the salle ciq:"They need to get into the game and give people what they
want.- Lait said." I find it extremely offensive (that aongl
ratas nuke the poverty ar)n1menti. Give me a little option !for nevus sources' hem- -Jeffrey Bolt
ing
1
Business
... Jill Tomalty is
upped to director of marketing for Word
Records. She was manager of national
promotions at the label.
5HA1\tk5
Rebecca Purley, Mark Bolke, Bob Taylor
and Karol Baumeister are named to the
Conclave's board of directors. Pixley, VP
of affiliate relations for Envision Radio
Networks, started at KEZO/Omaha. She
joined MJI Broadcasting in 1997, where
she held positions as project manager
and OM of affiliate relations.
MusicMaster COO Bolke boasts a 30year broadcasting history, including PD
positions in Denver and Minneapolis.
Taylor, PD of Clear Channel/
Binghamton, N.Y., has held positions
ranging from VP of programming and
operations at NBG Radio Network to
consulting. Baumeister is a career services representative for Brown College
specializing in radio broadcasting ...
Bonneville International controller
Paul Yates, treasurer Alvin Cottrell and
Bonneville Communications /Bonneville
Satellite controller Kent Nate are all
promoted to VP ... Andy Anderson
rises to VP of sales for the Eastern
region at Sheridan Broadcasting's
American Urban Radio Networks.
"We !use been greatly ramping up
our relationship with Ford.- CE( ) Mel
Karmazin tells analysts -The volume that
sue are getting with Fond is reflected in
our extraordinary
hers.'
XM Q3 Rev Hits $287M, Loss
Widens; Subs Grow
XM Satellite Radio had third-quarter
revenue of 5287 million-1 21r'., incre.ne
S244 I nlilhum earned nl the
period in 21Mw,. Marketing eslxnses
widened XM'\ quarterly loss tu Sl45.3
million from S83.8 milt . It lost 47
cents j)er share. l
pared with 32 cents
per share in Q3 1 w1 Analysts expected a
45 -cent Ioss.The Q3 lows ilk-lurk, S9
in expenses related to the c patsy's pending merger with Sirius. XM
over the
rill
added 952.11110 subscribers, compared
Q3 2006, for a total of
subscribers. However.
r. the
with
Wi8.(NNI in
K.57
milt
company had a 22" s, drop in seuil
its .after-market receivers.
Other Results ..
vos of
.
Milwaukee -lased Jo urtul
oboes says its third-quarter
(:
radio rave
was $22.5 million. down
earned
2.3'%,
pared with $23 milt
during the same period in 21Mw1 . .
'Frannie Co. said its (13 radio/entertainment operating rash How tall S3 million
'
pared with Q3 211I 16, primarily due
to higher player costs and three fewer
home games fì)r the Chicago Cubs. No
e
specifics were released about the company's sale radio property. WGN /Chicago
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NOVEMBER 2, 2007
RCS, Nokia Team For
Visual Radio
Broadcast software company. I&CS is
wattling with cell phone maker Nokia
tor Visual Radio. service that allosss
mobile device users to rtrise FM
radio hoadiats With ttdly synchro.a
imteraetivr graphics contrat.
This is the secoua .Ittrntpt to launch
the service. In April 21115. HewlettPackard and what was then Infinity.
Broadcasting announced that the two
panics should work together to
deploy the Nokia-developed serviet` in
Shareholders Want
Smulyan To Take
Emmis Private
A third Enani.sh.Ireholder has gotten
in line to push the multimedia company to go private. Anthold and S.
Bleichn eder
i
the United States.
l&( S' It.IdioShow software. which
.sas originally developed to send SyniItnuiited data and graphics to .I station's
Web site -from RCS' Selector. Master
Control and Nex Gen pn>.lucts. h.l. since
been updated and preside. the mean. by
ss Inch data .sill Ise transferred from sta-
tion. to phone..
Users will La able to see real -tinte
tl artists. tips..111 li l lg concert
i t lt-t ni l.ltit)tI
ç
dates and other music-related topics un
the phone display while listening to FM.
The service .l.0 allows interactivity.
including p.lrticipaton in listener contests and pu'ni'tions. Aud it rnable..tat1011,
to transmit visual ads at the sank*
tittle listeners hear spot, on radio.
The cocotent seen on the nubile
device .sill .l.o .Ippear sinndtanruusly un
multiple digital platforms. including I II )
radio. the Internet. I )AIS I )igital Radio
and I)VIS -11.
" I&.tdio should be part of the mobile
phone experience:' It( :s VP of marketing I )wight I )ouglas say's. -We've got to
be front and center on availability.
-ken 7iteker
Munn Named VP/GM
Of Entercom /Rochester
EIIlereulll Communications
names
VP /GM of its tour
M
radio stations in Rochester. N.Y.:
country WBEE:. 'Sus WISZA. adult
hits WFKI. and talk WRUC. Shc
asuntes the duties of Michael
Advisers.
of Enunis
nized
letter to independent Emmis board
directors on Oct. 25.-We strongly support the idea ()fa buyout. funded in part
by asset sales. that delivers .t substantial
premium to the current trading price of
approximately S5 per share.'
ht .recent sleeks. Noonday Asset
Management and Martin Capital. each oÌ
.1
whorl hold about
made
s
Entercont career in
2.11411 as director of
client
marketing
services in the
Rochester market.
Munn
She was named
director of sales tiff the cluster in 211014.
mol h.I. led the group to record increases
in revenue .Ind market share each year
since her appointment.
-.Susan I'isaknu'ii:
NOVEMBER 2, 2007
I1r"..
of the company.
Isle requests. Nearly 14
ago. I:nunis finutder .nod
months
ihairnl.in
Your
Snuly.ul dropped his hid to t.tke the
company private but has said several
times since he would revisit the idea.
They are our longtime investors..tnd
we value their input.' Ennuis spokeswoman Kate Snedeker says of Arnhold
and S. Bleichrocder Advisers. She say's the
letter was Ionsared to the Fnnnis
board tier consideration. --Miry V'r(r
Bernstein Joins
Syndication One
Gary Bernstein has returned to syndication in .1 till -time role as president of
programming for Radio One-owned
Syndication Une. Bernstein unexpectedly lets syndicator StlpeRadio Netssork.
sshen he was president. .utter 14 years in
August 204 l6 to work with Radio One
urban Wi 'TA (Hot II17.'))1Atlant.l personality Co(:o Brother on landing afìili.Ites for his "The Spirit of I lip -Hop"
program. In addition tu "1 he Spirit of
Ilip -Hop;' Syndication Une offerings
include "The Yolanda Adams Morning
Show." "The Al Sharpton Show" and
"Tite Itickey
Morning Show.'
-I)arruella Dunham
Smiley.
Susan
)ovle. who was
recently promoted to regional VP
Munn began her
which own
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hits KKTI I (K- F..Irth) and news outlets
KNX and KEW'S.
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KCBS (lack FM). Dan Weiner. director
of sales for the cluster and (;M of smooth
jazz ICI WV (the Wave). tacks on GM
up)
duties for KEW'S .old KRTH.
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ROUND TABLE
CHR /TOP
40
'.-
COUNTRY RADIO:
OPPORTUNITIES AND
CHALLENGES
Title /
Stronger
/
Crank That (Soulia Boy)
RHYTHMIC
URBAN
42
No One /
URBAN AC
44
No One /
Good Lofe
RAP
47
GOSPEL
EXCLUSIVE: Prepping for the PPM,
talent recruitment and brand extension
are top programmer priorities.
20
READY FOR OVERDRIVE
Five-time Country Music Assn. Award
nominee Brad Paisley takes it up a gear.
/
Never Would Have Made It
/
23
50
The Older
50
Comatose
50
East To West
COUNTRY
53
Dont Blink
AC
56
By Girls Don't
58
Bubbly
CHRISTIAN CHR
CHRISTIAN ROCK
I
HOT AC
Get '
I
r
78
/
/
(LA.
SMOOTH JAZZ
61
ALTERNATIVE
63
The Pretender
ACTIVE ROCK
66
The Pretender
ROCK
65
The Pretender /
TRIPLE A
68
AMERICANA,
LATIN ROCK / ALTERNATIVE
REGIONAL MEXICAN
/
The One
I
Got)
70
32
Me Enamora /
73
La Travesea /
LATIN RHYTHM
73
Sey Movimiento
36 CHR/Top 4',
39 Rhythmic
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MANAGEMENT / MARKETING / SALES
Sales is about closing the deal. The first order of business:
A purchase price must be agreed upon
Price -Cutting
Is For Wimps
By Mark Hunter
'The
cheapest
price might
be what
everybody
is looking
for, but
what good
is a low
price if
a product
or service
doesn't
deliver on
what it's
sus,posed
to.
one time or another, all salespeople have had their price challenged. What do your reps do when that situation arises? As
amuch as everyone in sales would like to consider himselfa great
closer, many salespeople are milksops when it comes to this
important skill -often boasting about never discounting their
products, then folding faster than a cheap umbrella on a windy
day when confronted on price. Consider the following scenario:Your top seller is on the verge of closing the biggest deal of your team's career. Doing so
will put a nice fat commission check in his hands, and you'll soon receive kudos
from everyone in the company. Now comes the curve ball: He discovers that
the customer is looking for a price discount and, to top it off, an equally qualified competitor is willing to undercut your company's price. Your rep is left
with two options: He can hold the line and not cut the price to keep the profit potential intact, or he can cut the price and be willing to take a lower margin for the sake of landing the big order. He comes to you for guidance. W hich
do you choose? Although the tendency for many is to give in to the price
discount, you can make sure your reps avoid caving to the pressure of the
moment by preparing them ahead of time as to why your product /service can
better fill a client's need than your competitor can.
t
-Mark Hunter
-
Self- Assurance Is Critical Reps need to
1
be confident in what they say and
more importantly-ensure that the
certain of the benefits he will receive.
The cheapest price might be what everybody is
looking nix. but what good is a low price if .a product or service doesn't deliver on what its supposed
.
to? When the customer requests a price disc
tell your team to ask him about how he intends
to use your pnxduct /service and what he expects
to gain.Your goal should be to persuade him to
express both the pain his company will experience
if what he's about to buy doesn't help him accomplish what he wants it to. as well as the need his
e
pang has for your type of product /service.
cuffoner
is
2
Establish A High Level Of Confidence
of the test ways
mints' g a fuU
In Your Price One
to do this is by
pipeline.This means that you have pnxpects
and customers at each phase of your sales process.
so you don't have to worry about clnintg every.
sale. Assurance comes in knowing that you're
nuking the right decision by not discounting
because you fed as though you haw to.
sales
NOVEMBER 2.200'7
'
3
Don't Give It Away The worst thing
any salesperson can do when a customer is looking for a price beak is
give in. UntortunateI% nary cannot confidently
communicate their price. and they oticn caw. To
owe-come this problem. nuke slum your salespeople know that they need to understand the buyers
perspective of the ways in %chich he can benefit
team the product/service. I'm example. if I'm going
to take .a trip and my destination is I INTO miiks
assay; I lase several options to gat there. I could
hitchhike% Which would cost etc virtually nothing
but %couldn't guarantee when Ill arrive. I could
drive any car. which would entail immediate costs
amounting to primarily the gasoline. but my travcI time could take several days. Or I could Hy:which
could probably hasi the greatest
%hate cost
but would undoubtedly be the fastest.
.
Because your goal in selling should be to help
ensure the ffecass of your customer.. you can see
from this ex.unpk' dut the cheapest appnal'h is neither rrliabe nor would it saw tine. In addition.
most people wouldn't scant to take several city, to
drive to and from the destination. Then'fiore, the
best
option
is
flying, even though
most expensive. Because
tine
is
probably the
of ilk' essence in
it's
nuny industries. this value is mirth the c\tea
money. The cheapest price is clearly not usually the
most beneficial or efficient option.
11Wm
is
4
Dispel Quota Misconceptions Aside
fn)n being mute to confidently
communicate price. another cont-
reason miesPenple give in when challenged
that they believe the misconception that. by
offering a discount on the initial order. they can
MAC it up on the next ore. However. the truth is
that there is DO way to ever regain the lost revs".
Otte
the customer accepts
a
loser price. that
amount becomes
s his new level of expevtatio n.Atw
ether price is considered an increase. Think of it
from the following perspettive:Would you believe
a promise from your boss that. if he were to hold
back your next raise tit a sear. it would be nude
up to you later? We often kid (titmice,
belies' uag dui 'sc eau get the higher price out of IN: illstonal' on the next order.
Don't Lose Profits Finally. when a
cult
'r requests a discounted
price. it is important to remember
that giving in is an immediate redue
total profit. Depending on how drastic you are
willing to go. you are ultimately the one taking
the pay cut. Is that what you really seam to do?
( :oirider that decreasing your price nay help you
land the initial sale. but it does not nuke up for
the revenue you'll lose over
pricing integrity is a challenge. It
self-assured team and extends to the
service you deliver and to the expecu
of the
cuff
ers. Don't entertain their requests for a
discount.Without confidence in your price. you
can say goodbye to your profits. Price -cutting is
MJinta'
sums
with
g
a
for wimps.
AMR
Atari: ihunter. "ten Sales /Imam" is a
sales expert who
speaks to thousands rash year ont houe to increase sales
profitability. This ahunn tint appeared in Sales £Marketing .11angssnn'mt, a leading authority for executives in the sales and ,marketing fie1J.
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9
STREET TALK
By Kevin Carter and Keith Berman
Mutant Çheese Fry Terrorizes Area Village
Fast photo
of Elk &
WFBC/Greeeville, S.C., svakeup artist Tom Steele reso(1 \ struck
show gold when he dug .,his greasy fingers deeply into a hag
Bacon & Cheddar Osen Baked Fries and extracted rare. 5inch -long cheese fry. We're not exactly sure what the length
'Cod Pa'
was going on. He too ssas
of Tom's
majesty
j
Congrats to Consultant
to- the -Stars Mike
McVay, who is now
officially a grandfather.
His daughter, Nikki,
gave birth to Elle
Jaimes Lanigan at
4:20 p.m. Oct. 24.
its
-
cheese fry. "After the bidding hit Stu. Steele
of this hell hole: "
Murphy tells ST. "Tom is a boy with a dream-a dreamt to
finally make it big on cltay ... following in the footsteps of
IVirgin VP of promo'' I Dave Reynolds .- I )o the math: I he
auction still has two days to go. Extrapolating from I
much
e'y has been hid thus fir, just imagine the small fi tune
Steele will haul in from his savvy purchase. " th the way; Ionm
has no plats on sharing this
, with a charity:' Murphy
says. "He does plan on buying
re cheese fries"
Dramatic epilogue: The battle ended Oct. 25. and we are
proud to announce the giant cheese fry has a new owner: "A
said to nme.'Chase. this is my ticket out
.44s
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:coy
ekPeKNe
ofyour
Baby Poop
diately enthralled by the sheer length and
'
of Steele's oversized
average cheese fry would be (or even what one looks
In/ r.ltRI
like). hut. judging by Steele's unnaturally elevated level of
alongside
morass-sad fry
enthusiasm. %%e imagine that would be considered fairly large
by his standards. Never
to underestimate the stupidity of
the American people. Steele immediately posted the dangerly oversized cheese fry on May with the description
.umsssrring those ever- popular FAQs: "1 have been asked if this
unusually long T
Bacon & Cheddar Cheese Fry looks
like the Virgin Marys or Jesus. No. not in my opinion. Howsure
ever. if you
at it lift a really long
it gets blurry and
man by the name of Bo McDonald bought the massive cheese
begins to look really tasty.fry for a whopping $265.' an amazed Murphy says. "Ile ¡?dins
Attracted by all the excitement down the hall. Steele's bossWFBC l'1)
on displaying the fry at his place of business, encased in glass and surroundChase Murphy. decided to get up off his ass and wander down to see what
ed by velvet ropes. I'm not kidding.'
amazing, McVay says.
"But I'm much too
young and hip to be a
Levy Heads Downtown
grandpa. wanted to be
I
called 'Captain Mikey;
to
but my daughter decided that
I
Pronto set Allmon Levy has joined I )(minims)
Records as national director of promotion.
where she will work with Doss moss!) arts
including Kevin Michael. Justice. Gnarls Barkley
and others. Levy crosses the street from Jive
Records. where she's worked since 2t 1112. most
recently as Northeast regional pronmotion manager. She will work in conjure
vwith Del
WNlants. who has run rock promotion for
Downtown s' -c its incep
and report to
chairman /CF.( ) Josh Deutsch." I'm looking for-
should be
'Cool Pa.
to j
sward
g I)owntenwns already stellar team
quely creative environment :' Levy
in this
says.
"Our
business is changing every day. and
I'm inspired to be working with a forwardthinking company that is fix-used on changing
the paradigm of how music is delivered.
received and experienced. To he able to work
with Josh Deutsch and the entire Downtown
train while collaborating to help deliver
Downtown's musical w'
to radio is a thrill
and a blessing.'
Jock -O- Rama -Lama
has been upped to the scnmipr stigious position of proof"The Elliot in the Morning Show" on Clear Channel alter-
Tyler Molnar
Ocean 105.1)/Montersy is no longer carrying Premiere's 'syndicat-
ducer
ed "Wake Up With
native WV/DC (DC101)/Washington. Molnar has been
ber
of the Elliot crew for
a
Whoopi:' For now, afternoon personality Xavier
running around like a crazy person doing both
drive -time shows.
After tilling in on nights all summer, part-tinier
Turk is given the official nighttime nod at
Citadel CHR /top 40 KKMG (98.9 Magic
FM)/Colorado Springs. which means there's a
pretty good chance he might he getting his own
the X Man
mem-
sewer.) wears and also manages
Elliot's Web site. He replaces Craig Henderson. who Irti
in August. Here's l'1) Crum to defend, er. explain his
decision: "It takes
a
demented people
.
the
I
of dementia to fit
of Elliot 's show. and the
special form
in properly with the cast
I
spoke with about the posi-
realized that Tyler was the
pertct
fit. He's got the perfect combination of passion for
cool bands, off - Broadway plays. NASCAR and 'Dancing
With the Sun: How could we make any other choice?"
Times-Shamrock alternative KMYZ (2104.5 the
business cards soon.
Night jock Austin has left ( :ox rhythmic WETS
(95.5 the Beat)/Atlanta. which sparks a minor person Police artist sketch
of Lunchbox
Edge)/Tulsa has tilled its night opening with the talents of market vet Lunchbox, who was most recently a member of the morning sl
across the street at Renda CHR /top 4(1 KHTT. Schor
Box replaces Amber Fiedler. who recently moved up to daylight
glory as KMYZ's
ruing -sl
producer. Commenting on his
hiring of Lunchbox. loquacious KMYZ PD Kenny Wall tells ST,
"Happy to have him ... blahs blahs blah."
Where's Whoops? Clear Channel rhythmic oldies KOCN (K24/7 NEWS ONLINE Ip www.RadioandRecords.com
is
Airs
,i
.mLumchr:
Afternoon talent Diane James tills the void
) MI) /midday personality- Maverick
in nights. while API
replaces James in afternoons.
Mixer DJ Phlava (may not be his birth nine), last heard on KOHT
(Hot 98.3)/Tucson has magically reappeared up the road a piece at
CBS Radio rhythmic KZON (101.5 JamZYPhoenix. "Its a great team
at JaniZ. and
I'm poking forward to my career here." Sehor Phlava tells
ST. "API )I Dennis Martinez and
going in
a
ND'
Mikee Mike have the station
great direction, and I'm real excited that
I
can be part
of it."
Label reps can easily locate Phlava at djphlava«ijaoLconm.
NOVEMBER 2, 2007
The Programming Department
Michael Steele has resurfaced as head of the music department at social net- be happier to be joining such an antaiing team." says SafFren, who was most
working site Ubc r.c ono. "At tiller. we Locus on nutsic, fashion, photography, recently API) /MI) of KYSR (Star 98.7)/Los Angeles. She was also the forconredy.tilm,TV and independent thinking, says Steele. best -known for his mer promotions director at Sur as %sell as the late KZLA/Los Angeles.
stints as PI) of KDLD /KDLE (Indie 103)/Los Angeles and API) /MI) of P1)/MI) of KHTY/Santa Barbara, Calif.. and MI) of KJEE/Santa Barbara
He didn't quite nuke it to a year l'1) 'midday personality Tony Tecate has
KIIS- FM/Los Angeles. It you arc a musici.ut. manager, agent, promoter.
radio programmer. music supervisor or just a tan of music, I encourage you left Clear Channel rhythmic KIKI (Hot 93.9)/Honolulu. Ircate left his gig as
to check out the site.' Here's Steeles new contact info: 310-854-1264 or API) /M1) /afterm on dude at CBS Radio rhythmic KSFM/Sacramento in
January to take on his first PI) gig at KIKI. No replacement has been named,
[email protected]
Nice to see our old friend Deanne Saffron has landed a sweet gig as OM and the rotating wheel of meat will take turns covering midday-s. Find Mr.
-
of Premiere's two syndicated Blair Garner country projects. "After
MidNite" and "The Blair Garner Show" She replaces current OM Sam
Thompson, who leaves after nearly eight years to go work for consultants
Albright & O'Malley, but will continue to consult both shows. "I could not
Tecate at [email protected],hotnrail.com.
JayTek. who has been wearing interim l'I ) stripes at Cumulus urban
KMJJ/Shreveport, La.. since April. has officially had those stripes made permanent. Ile will retain his afternox>n shift.
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Is Beautiful
Best Strategies
Our best wishes and a ton of respect go out to
Corina, the co -host of the Kid & Ruben morn-
Most Experience
ing show on CBS Radio rhythmic KZON (101.5
JamZ) /Phoenix, who earned a well- deserved
nap after a sleepless weekend -all for a good
cause: She remained on the air for 60 straight
hours and raised more than $50,000 to help
the fight against breast cancer. To culminate
her heroic effort, Corina went another step
above and beyond by allowing her head to be
shaved and donating the two feet of collected
hair to the Locks of Love program. This has
to be one of the greatest personal and professional missions that have ever seen," JamZ
PD Dennis Martinez says. "She didn't go
home, she didn't see her kids, she used the
I
bathroom sink to bathe, and what did she get
for it? A bald head! Never has a shaved head
looked so good. Trust me, I'm an authority."
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As diary -generated ratings give w.ay to Arbitnm: Portable People Meter (l'PM). pn)grammen an: destined to focus mow intently on ins nasing listening occasions.
decreasing interruptions and training jocks in the art of brevity. At the taie tinge.
there will he more programming experimentation and a cottage industry is bound
CO spring up to foster nest' riting% manipulation techniques to replace the tine -worn
tricks that programmers have used tir years to maximize results in the diary wodd.
These are some of the conclusions among country radio: top programmers. who
convened Oct. 111 tir "Country Radio: Opportunities and Challenges.- the latest in
R&R.% ongoing series of executive Hound-table discussions intended to shine a light
on issues. challenges and opportunities crucial to radio's future. Seated in the conference room in Radio & Records Nashville bureau, the group. who collectively
represents radio's three largest companies. the satellite radio industry and the research
business, had tar more than just the l'PM on their mind.And their free -flowing dialogue. moderated by R&R country editor R.J. Curtis, could just as easily apply to
any music format today.
While eager to get on with the PPM, the participants
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to the I SI -inflating
'You're
going to
have to bring
them back
for more
occasions.
It's not
going to be
two or three
hours of
listening at a
time, but
more like
45- minute or
30- minute
increments.'
5%riting call letters in their
-Clay Hunnicutt
Continued from pope 12
"1 he No. I issue is samples;'said Mike Peterson.
l'I ) of ( :I(S Radio W(ISN (US oM)) in Chicago,
svhrn I'l'N1 ui .. inntent I tgiII 1.n1. IO.2tft1)(." If
country is sampled even nit HtIely consistently with
boas it is nos%
meaning that the right people get
...slicked and then country-triendb
then coon
to J III do well. !tut if see get a bad sample. we'll
take .1 hit. I lhat's the big unktloav n. the churn.Cl.i Hunnicutt. country brand manager for
( :Iear (:h.tnuel and ( )M of its Atlanta cluster. yid
electronic audience measurement will force programmers to focus Inure Hi the listener. "It has
to be much more listener focused .old listening
occasion -Housed. he said. For heritage station..
the
l'I'M will bring
oÌ listener,
practice
an end
:\rhitron diary and then -draw ing the .uros
low IC the page.
-Ns .tie still driving listening. (1ur core will
drive the big uuud+trs. IÌyoure doing well with
your tone. you'll have success I1etersm said.
Iunuirutt added. -You're going to have to
occasions. It's not
bring them back for
going to he own or three hours of liste
g
.it .1 time. hut more like 45 minute or in_
minute increments.Sating listening appointments to torque
is
I
SI
nothing new Sirius Satellite Radio director oI
ountry pnogr.unuung S ott I mdy reminded the
room. Programmers who have oriented their st.l
tiers around the oonrrpt bast' set theulsIves up
for l'l'S1 cur lies,.
ISullscye
Marketing Itese.arch
Iiwuder
Lot said that as long as Arhitron con
tuners to recruit participants yi.I telephone.
.allnut research tirIlls like his ssitl secure
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participant, the
same way.
.1
contesting.- Setting appointments for even' station Ixnchmark will encourage listeners to stick
around or return fist- spxcific programming dements. he slid. More than ever. programmers will
be required to-train the anstalf to come up suit)
great teases to hold p,tople through the stopset.
If we can't drag them through the stopst. let's
give them .1 reason to come hack:
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Hunnicutt stressed that "a good st.
g
I station in either system: and Pete
reminded that the fundamentals of music
radio were developed to drive actual listening.
"We still have to play the best music. have
great content between the music and keep
interruptions to a minimum.While the ability to capture listener.' attention
with as few words as possible is seen As vital to
PPM success. Citadel country WK I )F' N.tsllville
PI) lied Fund insisted that's already the caw.-We
live in a syindow that% this big he said. holding
Iris thumb and fsrtinger une inch apart.-When
you're in the car and the phone 's going on- and
you've got other things going ton. the talent has
three to six seconds to get your .attention 111 this
AI )1) world we live in.
Lindy said he gives his talent just six seconds
to execute a liner that contains flour bullet point.:
I
ever. they are not expected to include all lour
points in one break. "They need to make sense
of it and make an inlpnssion. locks that get it and
do it consistently get excited .bout It .and try no
trim it down" even flintier.
Peterson predicted that the PPM
tool flit' P''
ing brevity And
simplification among .fir talent. "You don't need
song intro to promote
to us a 25 se
thing %.hers you can do it in sic or right Wet/lids:.
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l'eters n, whose station marked quarter century in the country format this year. said that the
l'I'M will elevate the importance of "marquee
1
he .aid.
is
-Mastering the craft of execution Is what this
all allow.- ltnulicAin added. "IÌ you an going
1
to stop the music. it has to Ix r.II rel.ttable:
But moving to metered ratings will not
diminish the importance of truly entertaining
persnlalitIt -C Peterson s.tid. -"Flieres ahca room
in radio for a really good story."
Asked if ( :Ie.Ir Channel 's decision to reduce
from three I
stupsets to two on Its music
FMs in the PPM- cunnnerrialürd market of
Houston is harbinger for other markets. I Iun.a
fit .Ill: USIIII
sin does
(:h.uulrl country WUSY. ( :hatt.lutxog.I.
'linn.I or VIM X'. in Baltimore can get .Iw.1%
with
interruptions than others. because
nirutt
said one
IC1k.ar
they're histor-hard stations built on great jocks,
usii - New stations or
great content and gnat music.outlets engaged in competitive battles may lie
better off with lesser stofsets. he noted. "It
depends tin the stations. the show and the jock...
Petersen forecast more experimentation IS
programmers and researchers an.il,e the
rieh data on audience beh.wior. With the new
technology. it's possible to turn on .I lies\ station.
play long sets of uninterrupted movie with less
commercials and no jocks and produce strong
ratings. he olstred. "You don't nrcesvri II.Ive
to Create the IMIIlll with the listener to generate
actual listening. With the diary, you needed that:'
l'I'M
results mono Philadelphia And
have .how -u
will
he used
sine surf
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louston
in listening Ixh.IVior.
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I Lin s üd. "Things we've .nwlnatil for \eon an URIC
necessarily true. Radius going to have to barn to
do it in a different way and still }net results. What
we're looking at on the n.irrh side is building
databases of hyper Ns to extend time spent listening thnxihfi appointment listening"
üxp notion will go far bond a t.ition:
on -air pr ogranuning.I lunnirutt sumested. "It will
go to online and to I II ) and how $U Call extcml
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le said Clear Clumel is dabbling
with product placements. kayssonis and other
alternatives to traditional ad
mixkñ "to gat
away
fnnn the car dealer remote awry Saturday from 2
to 5. It i a little hit of a abtatOfy. Its a tine an to
them: pnohxt with yollr pnofrramg.A heal (:bevy dkakr who scants to do his
as willing to experiment as
svinkss pnvidkv or a technology company:
inte}grate J
oven spa nay not be
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Lindy brought up the sobering reality that sllapnxluct
}m
in a purely audio
media like radio is "a renurkable at
plishcasstid
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media
as
paned
with the
TV. Clear
(:h
ill
ease
such visual
WSIX /Nashville
I
horning nun Gerry !louse "can do
an endorsement without anyone realizing it: Lindy
said. "But it's a kernel skill that hasn't been
. Na only may you not sell
product. you may blow the personality out of the
nurket he said. because listeners could get the
impression that the personality is constantly try ing to ,all them something.
R
d -uWe participants don't envi
that
of the t.- to I I -war-old
the I'l'M's add.
de
will givatly edict their pmgra
g. In
couched over
:
hove successlid
IJCt. they (petit.
of
ally
be in
hasior."My kid
iii
Arbitnw will
g tweet) listening
is 7. and I
ning a people meter."
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can't imagine him C.irslut said.
1I
Peterson said tweet). aren't On his radar at
WUSN. apart from p
'
ally expl
g
huge events that c
to Chicago. "If Ilannah
Montana comes into your market. you maybe
strategizc .i
I that
he
d. adding that
held rather grow his 25 -34 share than that Ofthe
6- I I age group.
However. tinily called the Disney Cha
I
"the new MTV" and "the seed c
for every
radio station in America. I don't know how you
monetize or program that hut research On it suns
would be nice." I It also noted hove core acts for
:
'When you're
in the car
and the
phone's
going off and
you've got
other things
going on, the
talent has
three to six
seconds to
get your
attention in
this ADD
world we
live in:
the I )isnae Clunnel and Kadin I )isuev such as
M area. the Cheetah (;irk and the "I high
School Musical 2"Mxnxhratk
halfa still'
-sill
units in their debut week and that Sirius. which
has panncn d with I )isneyt not only targets tss cells
but 5- to 9- year -ooh.
"There% a la ofdolLirs then:' Lindy sud. And
utt suweste d that "I lanna Montana" star
Mylie Cyrus "almost broke Garth Bnxoks record.
The tickets ill Atlanta were gone in three
utes.They clearly Ltovw what they're listening to
and what they like and don't like and will tell you
about it. We sasv it with the genera
that rte
now t%engmethinln Aid we're seeing it even
more mow. It's that txu- denund got-to-haw-itnow mentality."
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Challenges For 2008:
Fresh Ideas, New Thinking
Asked by R&R country editor R.J. Curtis to
Finding a moaning show, for example, is not as
and into 2008, Clay Hunnicutt, country brand
easy as it once was, he said. While there yeas a
manager for Clear Channel and OM of its
time when you could simply offer more money
and lure a top morning show away from anoth-
Atlanta cluster, was quick to respond.
"Recruiting" he replied. "It's about finding
great people in every aspect of our business.
And finding people that aren't traditional radio
people that bring great things to radio. We
have to look in nontraditional places to find
-Bud Ford
cause him to look outside the normal venues.
sum up his top challenge for the rest of 2007
those people. I think we've shut the door on a
lot of people because they weren't radio guys
and they don't have experience. Let's look at
things differently [and realize] they're going to
bring something fresh to the approach."
Similarly, Sirius Satellite Radio director of
country programming Scott Lindy says finding
a fresh approach is an issue. 1 need idea people," he said. "I need people who say, 'How
come we never ... 7 1 want somebody to say,
'I've always had this idea . . : or 'Why don't we
have this channel? Those are the people that I
want to be in touch with. You'd think that
there'd be thousands of those people out there,
but there's not. There's tens."
Citadel WKDF/Nashville PD Bud Ford also
agreed that recruiting is an issue that may
er station, those days are gone. "They're being
rewarded by the people they work for and
that's a good thing," he said. "There's no reason to leave:
Combining callout and online testing is
Bullseye Marketing/Research founder John
Hart's priority "so that you can have a combination of research information to bring into the
radio station," he said. "That's where our
clients want to go in all formats."
The Portable People Meter is the priority for
WUSN (US -99) PO Mike Peterson, since
Arbitron will move to electronic measurement
in Chicago in early 2008. "We've got to hit the
ground running in January," he said. We don't
have a year to figure it out. We're looking at
data from Houston and Philadelphia."
"It's all about the message," he added.
"What do these numbers mean for our sales
staff? How do take these numbers and paint
picture of how were doing as a radio station?
That's the priority." -KT
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they're part of a radio station's main mission. In a word: Commit
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to the Web."1 scant some
to aV.'I get %wh.et
you're aying. Clay. you tuant to give .ny.ay tickto It.ascal Fl.ltts. but here.. how visu.11y we
ought to say that: " he .added.
"There's .1 different I.mpnl.nge:' Peterson said.
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Web sites and I II ) radio streams are now taking more of his or her time and energy. Add to that
shrinking staff: and smaller budgets and it's clear that creative solutions are needed.
At R&IZ's
executive round table -Country Radio: Opportunities and Challenges,- held Oct. 111 in Nashville,
top programmers were united in their belief that it's a sink -or- swim) xvorld.
The days of station
Web sites being the place to dump unwanted promotions and bonus advertiser banner ads are long
gone. participants agreed. And svhile there was a time when a Web site pretty much mirrored its
accompanying station. that is not necessarily the case anymore.
"Our gosh is to create a much different
experience om the Web site (:BS Radii..
WUSN Chicago l'1) Mike Peterson said.
"Not only does it need to be .Ill r\ttIlSion of
the radio station, but we're g
g to produce
hunch 4,101rrent content just for the Web.
"We want Very high-trafficking Web site that
I. run b\ country radio station in ( :Iiu.igo :' he
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going ro be .lout e,untn 11111,13. I hen .are sonar
dull)s on the Weh site that will !WWI' .q +peals tin
the rod In st.lt ion .111d \lee %rrs.a..
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trick, though. is figuring out \what
resatrer, arc awail.iMe to tre.ie the content.
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radio. " \Y'e.e been doing radio great. but we
sonotinaes Aut k .tit getting it out Of our (read and
onto
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brand manager k'r Clear Channel Radio and
( )M of Its Atlanta cluster.
As
Set
n
important as the Web has become, it still plays
omd fiddle to the over the .air
tiluit tchen
t canes to stating. "IÌ I lose
rnonlilg man
.1
tumors.'\%, It'..1 Brisis ( atadel WKI )F /N.nhville
I'I ) Bud ford and. yx.d.mg hypothetically. "It
Mt,. ant \k'd, Gu\ nt might he si months Itttore
he gets replaced because I've gut
that tan
I
Get
a
part-time kid
Ault on the Web..
hat mentality has
u+rhange.lord aid. "Ifwe'r.
going tut reste n' \41111 titan this, then ae'n going
to laser to dew ate the arme .imuun1 Of energy in
Sttoking..tailing and making stare that product is
a.
gtl.xl
as
55
hat we pot un the air. -
As Hait has the tendency can
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it
will evolve to
a
place where if you're not
of the perfection process,
a
part
else .will be.
wane
Ultimately. every radio brand needs to continue
tu evolve.I1 with hotu
Peterson doesn't foment I
quickly or sloa"ly III) is reaching the audience.
"I've got to have Illy brand in there somewhere :'
he aid."I don't kmo%% exactly %where it is wet. but
ws hen that day conte.. I will Ix a part of that:'
I Iunnicutt ses .t parallel between III) and banc
pnogr.unnocrs treated their Web sites early un." I hey
were thnnsassJvs.he aid. "We mi.
that cunt
Ile s'ui't make the .amps naist.tke again. "\C'ho
the I M band
know. if it'. going to be bigger
in tax) years% he ..lid oÌ I II ). "I don't lknowvl the
answer to that. but I sure want to Ix. there."
)spite challenges, the terrestrial programmers
oeil agreed than III) radio is worthy of
their attention. "There's a humdnd nason, wshc
lilt of reasons
wyr shoukhl't do it. hit there .In
wsr should :'h linnicitt Mill. ..YOU 11.1ve to con
mit to It. Its .ut extension of the brand::
liullsyc Marketing. Research founder John
I !art said that I II) radio is not on the horiion for
vast majority of (oi\unners."For 71r.. it's a lac k.1
OW already on .tall.
I Iunn1\11a ..lid .t.1ä011\ need
to hire 1xtple that an ingrained in the Web and it\
ctltiine. "I need to Ix able to ety.'I 'ere; my vision,
hen'. what it's got to ekt. go make it happen: "
M.un time\ that person doesn't conte Inttm
radio. participants agreed." the roles of the Web
site .are
miel ditinnt."
Peterson ..lid.
"It
.just
need. to Ix oser -friendly and contain reasons for
people to come and use your Web ate:'
II
11 tt
expl,tioed that (Near ( :hannrl;
Changing Priorities
1
I
ably every station is
seemingly simple as writing copy hir.1 Web sir
tiimber of
1
in the
.agree that probIerst.lfed, atld they are
pn,bably overworked and multitasking as it is.'
But creating than (totem -ewtIl something as
Peterson
a
note 11.1W II )2 i h.uutrl. within
their oversight.
i'eteram said those who pan little or no attention to their I II ) channel Ixcaus few people are
liste
gare doing themwlves disservice."It% a
poxes Nol).xly is going to stop tee hnokogy
tote) evolving. You've got to continue to vest
yourself nxrotally and physically into it because
I,\
"Stripped ".Irtist series is an ex.onple ut What i311
Ix donc %%I)cn tittle .und nvmrce..tn d(Voted to
Web pnxluct. "It; the deeper richness that makes
It ga.).' he s.tid. "We can all put on live t rtormant es by Artists. hut it all the content that comes
.lung \Vial it -their video.. the behind- the -scenes
interview.," --that stakes it .t ddstinatioti.
I'ntntpted by a question fout no derator and
Ittt12 COW/try editor It J.Curtis, participants said
they were open tu finding employees outside the
radio husiness. s.hüh npnsents a change in thinking fenil relent yeah. "l'in looking for mineunr
tlt.ats fairly .cell- n,unded:' I Iunniciut s.tid."i hove
finding people that have dime other things.'
.1
p
.1
il- awannes.
aware.
issue, he .aid.
"Thirty percent
.11n
luit don't really know what it i.:'
Sirius Satellite Radio director of country pnmnot in the car.
grumnting Scot Lunch aid.
you don't count. We found that oit tows years .Igo..
I.Irt .agreed. "You have to build and they %sill
conte. ( )Ili e w71í get into Csar.. it ),mi lug fo ht. .1
admit. new h.11lganr"
Now that the col lllllllllllll -fret' rein. art Oft.
"Itwih
monetiiation of I II ) is key.
WUSN III )2. which in addition to music .JrPeterson said that
rids NAS(:Alt programming. is now selling
sponsorship packages. One advertiser mentions
the side ih.uu1\1 in its spots on WUSN." he%'re
not looking for the traffic of the Iil)2 listening:
the\' want the branding :. he said. "We gut the
u
branding. they got the branding. and we actually
little
\ :'
WK I )1.: Furl enlphastied the need for qu.al
ity iontent. "We can stick it in every csar ut the
world. hut if it doesn't nl.uter to the consnner.
It, just ill the away."
made
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OVER D R I VE
by R.J. Curtis
Next year when the Country Music Assn. (CMA) nominations are announced, it's OK to wake up
13rad Paisley. The West Virginia native is in such a zone, career-wise, it might feel gored to know that
recent events haven't been a dream. I lis latest CI), "5th Gear;' released June 19, has sold more than
640.1N I copies. according to Nielsen SoundScan, yielding two No. radio hits: "Ticks" and "Online.'
A third single, "Letter to Me" is No. 30 on ItikR's Country chart.
A headliner since 2006% Time
Well Wasted tour, Paisley took his road show to another level this year, as Bonfires and Amplifiers played
to sold -out arenas in the United States and Canada. According to Billboard Boxscore, Paisley's tour
has grossed more than $25 million so fir, placing it fourth among country shows behind Kenny
Chesney,Tint McGraw & Faith I till and Rascal Hails. Along with Country Music Hall of Fanner
George Strait. Paisley garnered five (:MA nominations this year, mom than any other artist. Even tòr
a busy guy. its (lard to believe he slept through possibly the greatest validation of his eight -year career.
IA not that Paisley wasn't aware the final nominations would be announced. "You know when you
wake up because somebody made the mistake of telling yota'gnod luck' the day before, and you think.
'Another day when things are going good, and it could all look horrible by noon' ?" Paisley says. He
adds that artists go into nomination day knowing what they're eligible for. And while he realized he
wouldn't get every nod in every category in which he %vas eligible, he thought "a few of theta world
Ix nice :. When he awoke on his tour bus at la a.m. Aug. 30, the morning CMA nominations
were announced. Paisley checked his phone and e-mail. and found no messages. "I figured they
should have announced theta by then, but maybe. not." he recalls thinking. He went back to sleep
and %yoke up an hour later. Again. nothing. Curious, Paisley checked his Web site and found a
single post. asking. "What are your thoughts ?"
Now beyond curious, Paisley went to the
Tennessean Web site and discovered he'd been nominated for entertainer. male vocalist, single,
album and video oldie year. "Then I started getting mad, thinking,'IMy managers can't call and
tell rate:' " Paisley remembers. "I called manager! Bill Simmons and he says,'Wcll, I know you
like to sleep Lite. I said,'You can wake me up with that.' "
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s sstn gratihting sharing the
Five
spotlight with hem Strait was icing on the cake.
"He% a nujor influence." Paisley cant.
g that he shares the spotIt somehow t'
light with such an icon. His steady caner trajectory has a similar lei to Straits. as it does
with Arista Nashville lahelnute Alan Jackson's.
only turned out
Paisleys live alb
have
sitimature radio hits. they have sold well. "Who
Needs Pictures" and "d'art II" have both sold
slightly
alb
than I mill'
"Time
Well Wasted" is at
re than 2 mill' . and
"Mud on the Tires" has chalked up 2.2 mil I.
."Christmas which came out in 211116. has
moved 21NIINNI.
That each alb
adds an
layer on top
of his prior release doesn't happen by chance.
I'aisles never wants to take a step back. "It
nerds to he a little different and yet
how
rcc,,ttnirahle." he says. "I've still got to he progrc.sisr. but I don't suant to offend: to have the
that people expect. but not
elements of h
be corm :"
Another pan of the balancing act is to find
sand /or write ballads "that are little pieces of
art:' while "avoiding something tow tar gone
ss here people say.'l don't even know what he:
d
g
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At this point
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"Ile Didn't I lave to Be.After establishing his credentials as
pure
country singer capable of Cranking tint power
were hurled by
alxot
Paisley's C.Ireer..i concern
.a
being "too tar gout'" seerls unfounded. Paisley
has know
esa. dv sw Ii.at Ili. is doing since he was
K years old and first received guitar lessons front
his grandfather.
\('rnmg his own songs by age 12. Paisley was
opening tier the Tikes ot( horgr Junr..u1J husky
.1
ballad. Paisley showed the vvorbd his cary sense
of
Not only was "I'm ( ;mina Miss I Ier
(The Fishing Sung)" a No. I Country radio Iiit,
the video- vs hich lc.tured Dan Patrick. Jerry
Springer. Little Jimmy Dickens and Paisley's
future wife, Kimberly Willi.
-- \vas .a smash.
too. 'I he nlad(ap video wVon Paisley .a (:MA
Award for video of the year in 2(12.
i. Alter
I
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t
music
I
its slaw
t, country
radio Via
)avid
I
Krrsli. syhose Version of p'arley's "Another You
bet.
.I
/
j
j
like mans artists. had to wait his turn on the
latIihII pail for two Irustr.ting years. (:.pitol
N.Ish%ille president /(:1'.O Mike I >Wig.n, Who
55.15 then \'I' of ..Iles wind ul.irketing at Arista
Nashville. helped Paisley remain cimtitleitt. I
ouldu't help but think it was .i Lick of belief.I .coley s.is. but Dungan
would disagree. "I Ir
used to say.'I'III lokiug out for you
When Arista introduced Paisley in early
V')t) duuimrw r.ldlu rtsptilided positively to his
unlhun.ulon ill a Itoger Miller like sense of
humor. strong Inu.iral chops .nd the .ability to
ticker a tender h.dlatl. Arista Nashville West
('oast regional I uri I larllgau took Paisley to his
first station visit, a stop, .it KS()N /San Dirge.
"All
kid Ito talk abotnl
vse
for I Livid Kcrs11. she remembers. "I le
%%ritten
tip
five record h\ somleouc else.'
Palsies pert.,owined the sung arutistI1.11y. along
with iiss Inhers.iii liidulg Ins first single.-Who
had
a
.a
jNerds Ihrtures..According to
a
hart
I
igan." I le was
smash esery5%here \Vt. \Vent.'
holy. director of Country programming
for Sirius Satellite Radio, swats pox ranauuug
Scott
1
(:hamlet's Wit( X Baltimore ss hen he first
met Paisley. -Brad always wanted to Jo wliateyer it took to 1x a star.' he says. noting that Ìrouu
tie lids innuag. fatale %%as not pretentious. I le
"hasn't lust that humble anima( h.' I indy .odds.
-Who Needs Itirnum.- pi l'.uslty on the radii)
.ulei bet .une What he calls -.1 marginal hit.' (In fat.
( clear
:
the sing was lit )1 marginal
side the top, In.)
at
all
it peaked just nit -
evenixxds'.
I
slat. like
I.IVC 10
I
I
was capable
of iii
process.
-I
love the way they let sae Ix.
it. the way every now and then Joe
'Careers
don't last
forever,
and you
have this
window to
say what
you want
to say.'
his gulls and say
thing' and
radio
has
I
and I.utgavl
of
'She's ...very -
.a
-Brad Paisley
given Paisley "license to do loth" and
it: something the .artist clearly .appreciate..Tyro so thankful to radio for
so Jivers:' he
"Luckily l'in known for
couple of thinly now. and its
nice to meet a balance :'
allowing tae to Ix.
says.
th.t
.1
The two sounds Paisley
1
the future"
has
established work for radio. says 7ioiya
Campos. PI )
at
Mount Wilson
. An-
liradcastrs' KKGO /l
"line
first Nn.
part
date. lie ha. generated I (u top 1 hits. nine of
which went to No. I.
While Paisley and Galante appear to 1x in sync
with ss hat will lx single... Litho is onboard as \Veil.
\yhetiler it: one of Ids signature ballads or his
trademark sense of humor. I l.lrtig.un says country
I
iueu.0 a his
.a
ill stick to
you really think
right' Then
hat: when Paisley felt "country radio w.s \ViilInuit in me. I hey sverel .dole to
nl.nix we my plienu.iI
nontls
.tier it dlIxned in lane l'rr), the song
11I
they') sending
Ill say. I )o
v%
a ballad
the song is
smash and hr's
right. Conversely. Paisley says he suggested the
Libel release "I'm Gonna Miss iler"
"That : been the fiuu for ire :' Paisley says.
"haying these little Victories a..1 teamu. I credit
everything I've got right at this point to songs.'
is
I
ing to
"His music is good.
\vIietiler it is a ditty or
:
geles.
3
weeks
.a
on the Nielsen III )S rated Country Chin.
( hautes are
up some kind
gtxut that
Paislew' \y ill
of hartlss.ui.
pick
the night
the ( :MA Awards. but it wouldn't
of
powerful
she says.
Ise
"They
ballad :'
are all
(:MA success-ht: won the
relatable sings and sonic of
Asc.ud in 21NN1. That smile
took hulule the At-.Jelin of
( uuntrV Music: best ncV mt.Je
sotalst ass-.td. Both trophies
therm are about subjects present in every-
his first
As Paisley has taken care
what he calls "eight years
showy
of business by cresting
of hits to play.' his live
taken shape and growl) exp imenti.Jly in
11.1s
the past three yea). After supporting such
Brooks R I)urn. then co- headlining 5%ith
.its
as
Itrl+.t
ties we're playing are so big.' he says.-It's the hest
could we 111
who ova.
eyes instantly that they gut
and nnayix %Vitt
Ike"
I
than two songs per year. "I've always thought
Ichtxning singles i.l .a very precious thing:' he
says." (:anen don't Last forever. and you have this
Windows to say what you want to sat'
When then -1(.(:A Label Group chairman
Joe Galante (now Sony 13M(; Nashville chairman) added Arista Nashville to his oversight.
-we lucked otat. Paisley say.." Ihis partnership
firmed between usi :'
Paisley looks fonvari to the single selectiiin
.a
While Paisley recalls getting great
hdn't
tioo to iliVolVe wane Of the tùnu.its iron.- -I )(illy
'an ui. tùr example in ttxl.ts's nwsü"
-we could tell things wen right :' l'.iiJry sass.
With corporate sponsorship from Hershey's
and lots of high -ted i gadgetry. this year: tour .Vas
pn ogr.unnlers for sings with Clever
b ri s and a sense of humor like-1 nog Sermon-And
I
insistent
t t
The .ability to become a double -barreled threat
an artist is the result ofcarefully choosing sin gles...iys paisley. who mix:mhers that the slowmoving charts earlier this decode kept anyone
other than
superstar from showcasing more
resist apse In ii ii
-Nit. Neither.- it was"! le
cnlrnled hi. Ii1tire. "It
ti+r p'aisley's
helps that lie uss his pxosi-
Paisley set out on his ulwn I iine Weil
Wasted tour in 21Mku.When the tour hit the road.
a5
the smg he'd
\v.is
.11,o
Mdlintirt.
Creative License
top live single.
Paisley signed to Arista Nashville in It)')7. but
22
"It
)ttor.
.attending Nashville's Belmont University on scholarship, Paisley si}mei
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hilt."
Citadel'. KIIM' Tucson l'I ) Run Jackson
cite. "nucaningful lyrics-artistry. a sense of
.a
-I'm not the Ie.ist hit afraid to overdo it in
ternis of video content onstage Mcause the vennext.
to reach the List ro\s." After planning this
year\ tour. Paisley says he and his test) tallied tip
the cost for taking the production out and re.li ed they'd spent Sin million more than Lust wear.
"I really .uni loving this level we're at now; I !Live
the feeling of sparing no expense already.In spite of I TI) walls. video and set design.
Paisley says the shUW is still all .lout songs.
According to Westcoast Broadcasting's
KJUG Visdi.u. (:.Jill. PI ) I ).eve ).
.his. p'aisley's
recent graduation to Arena shoals happened because he did all the right things. " Reliure going
on the ri.id doing huge arenas. he built his .utdi
vv.iy
h
rice
by doing smaller theaters and radio station
shows.- I )auiels sps. "I le built .i bond With radio
and the listeners:'
With so mild) emphasis on
his
Inv .bony during
the p.ist two years and playing to large crowds this
war. aould .t ( :MA entertainer tnophy titer .0 xother level of .idirmaatiun Mr Paisley? "Its almost hike
the nomination is" the y.tiidltiun, he
says.
I
Ile
lint
time he reeeìved a (:MA entertainer nominatiou a
fist' years .I ) it was validating and spooking.
"People sa :'Is it rime to Win it? " l'.u.l.h says.
"And I si.No' "The idea scan-. him) to death. he
sus. (xd.uis
don't ewer feel dulupxtitive hl that
MiIM..' A. I:1r as the .actual .iWani I I es." l'd he just
tine standing tip and Clapping for somebody else.
but to say Ed never \V.ut to w im it wouhdu't 1x true.
don't think this year Will 1x niv List ch.lncr"
Paisley believes he can still grow his live show.
which in 21it 1)( I iershey's will again yonwr. "hut
wvejtst need to look me into places than are the
right sue flu- the crowed that's showing up.- I le
Buys he: also Joking forward to recording .1 nrvs
instrumental album that will -have .0 song or two
I'll sing on"
I
Paisley says he: exceeded hi% uwu expectaduns. "Most people in this business who get tip
in front of an audience and sing. hehieye in
themselves to the degree that success is something you ropes t.You have things in mind that
you want to read]; levels. places you \Vaunt to gin
and a Certain sire tend you'd like to see showy
-hut
up for your d
this is .lout three pereh [last what I even thought \v.is possible. All of
it
this just rents vo f past meeting my goals that
KV(
I'm a pletciy shocked :'
NOVEMBER 2, 2007
AMfÁÏ
Americana Soecial
.
.....>,.*,..
Americana outlet WDVX/Knoxville celebrates 10 years
East Tennessee's Own
By John Schoenberger
Tony Lawson, founder and GM /PI) of W1)VX/
Knoxville, is mighty proud of how the noncommercial station has evolved in the 111 years since it signed
on.The entire process has been a labor of love for him:
love of the cultural history of Eastern Tennessee, of the
organic music the station champions and of building
the station into an important institution in the locale.
WI)VX is licensed by the FCC to Cumberland
(:ommunities Communications, and it plays a broad
spectrum of music that tilts in the Americana direction. It was incorporated in 19o)1, but didn't sign on
until 1997.
"We Bought. got heat down and'cratched hack
up for six years to get this station going: Lawson
says
early oLn.. "We initially set up the slisse broadcast tir the tint
of the
dios in
,l\'sell
a
camper. where
,cale,:
,n long way.
Nadal\. the
But W I )VX has c
station operates from studios in doss
Knoc%ille in .1 building it shares with the
KnowilleTourism K. Sports Corp. In addition,
rosi
tonic music. In fact. its nu,
g'I
ed to those genres. But for the nest
is
dedicat-
of the day the
mix is broad. utilizing a library that includes the
older country, rock and folk artists of the 't,1Is and
70k and mixing it with American... "nesvgrass
At-country and triple A acts of today.
Lawson says that like most triple A stations, one
of the gn.uest challenges is capturing younger lis-
:
teners. Fortunately. there are many young artists
has grossi ill sash, recently adding a
full -time development director and business
manager. his 11.11,
L.rvson to euncentrate more on programming and to return tu
carrying on the tradition of their musical ancestors. Rich is helping the station achieve that
goal. Since many y
g adults enjoy acoustic
the airwaves.
heritage on-air destinations like "Blue Plate
Special" also act as .1 young audience magnet.
With that in mind. WI)VX began using .I
new positioning statement: In addition to "Last
lenuessees Own.wn it is imaged as .siring "Re.l
Live Music"
The station is marking its Ittt11 anniversary in
several says. First. it is sponsoring a celebration
concert at Knoxville 's Bijou Theatre. which will
he broadcast on the station and hosted by lint
auderdale. Performers include Robinella, the
Red Stick Ramblers, the llackcusas Boys, the
WI)VX
I
,horsed
Ilie sslnule dosviu,ssII area Of Knoxville is
going through renaissance and we are right
station also just gut
the middle of it: he says.
its lint grant from the I( :urp. tir Public 13roadc.tstingl and that is ver exciting tir us. This will
help us t) relaunch a new ,und improved Web site.
with visitors
g to Knoxville
hat site. Alt
tnn all over the world, has given us naine and
reputation %.ty beyond Last ünntsse.
TI
new dips hase also helped WI)VX
expand one of its progr,
g benchmark... the
noon. he show
daily "Blue Plate Spy
original started is .1 theme set..l historical retrospective or artist towns piece. and it has gradevolved into the live performance event it
is today. It took otl.sshen the station secured per lirnnance space at the Knoxville Visitors ( :enter.
which allows tir .bout HMI people.
"We are looked tour tu six sleeks in advance
s' ith that show now. and the ytt.tlity of the talent has Ixrn pretty amazing lately.' Lawson says.
"( )hsioush we try to spotlight as name region .l artists as sve can. and with N,lshville. lust dosse
pretty easy."
the maul that Ix:
nnissee s
IO
tlt1.t i .istcrn
'11 heritage
and omnipresent Southern Appalachian tradition,. WI )VX plays a lut of bluegrass and old-
ii
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2007
%s
music and are immersed in the live experience.
F.veryMx fields and Alex I eah.
For several seam the stani1i hosed an annual
event called (:.mgxrfest. which allossed music
fans to pitch
.1 tent for the weekend and enjoy
live music. Nosy that the station is more closely
aligned with the city. Lawson and others hope to
take the show and expand it into a three- or
firtr -day tisival that turns into a citywide event,
to be sponsored by the recently formed Knox-
ville American.. Music foundation. with which
WI )V X is closely aligned.
The station also has three compilations in the
works:The first will include performance highlights from "Blue Plate Special:. It is being produced in cooperation with the tourist bureau.
concentrating mostly on regional artists.Tlne sec-
'We fought,
got beat
down and
scratched
back up for
six years to
get this
station going.'
-Tony Lawson
and .sill feature ,electron, front the p.ist II scar,
of live broadcasts Irone -Mile Plate Special- pert
aire,. perlirnu.mes recorded at \ierlclirt
and other archived m,ueri,l.'I he IA't pn,jeet ill
IX' .I series of (:I )s containing archived ,Ross that
late songwriter and (.canine Asard- snning
artist John Hartford made tir die station boni his
hotue. called "The Anderson (:punts \h'hilc
I Ionic Comp.11l un:
t.
5%
.
1.1ver.Ill.
Local and
National
Recognition
It
Bluegrass radio station
of the year in 2003,
2005 and 2007 from the
Society for Preservation
of Bluegrass Music
in America
"Blue Plate Special"
as attraction of the year
by the Knoxville
Tourism Alliance
awson
is
pleased ssith the progress
WDVX has forged
partnerships with
several local and
regional organizations.
including:
tint Jrradc and ILtIs
i, just hitting its stride.
ssc de%clop these uess rel.mon,lnp, ss nth
the city .nid other org.mü.ttion, .und broaden
our reach. I fiel 55e have cstahhshrd purselses.
enough that V sill he arnuid another tit
\VAT'SAuJmaybe ItoAfter th.tt.he,,IS,.'WeSy!
Molt to do
.thing .nid sse h.tsc .moon
pushed th.0 initial goad. Noss it is about itakutg it inure ,und better
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and
surrounding towns
Knoxville Americana
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History Center
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Appalachia
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The Everybody Fields,
John Hartford.
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THE EVERYBODY FIELDS
"Nothing Is Okay" (Ramseur)
the tint tinte %loti heard Whiskeytu%.ii. (Alan
Welch or the Ike (inoxllanya. ?The feeling is similar on the
debut album lis the serbody ields.When music is gtxxl.
Itemenlxr
h
PIETA BROWN
RYAN ADAMS
d tighter of (auniu y
Award- nominated
in first) and inventive ways on "Nothing
singer/songwriter (:reg
JOHN FOGERTY
Bron.
"Revival" (Fantasy /Concord)
Itrown
firma
"Follow the Lights" (Lost Highway)
followimg his tint top Ito- charting album 2tNi7\ crin .als acetones "l'..is 'lag r - -Ryan Ad.
has just released
Hess I'I' called -I-allow the I Ights: It deludes
three previouJy unreleased tracks: the title track. "Blue
'ter
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and
"Ms
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lite
AB('
I
V drama
never teen considered
to the place that started it
all mur him. Fantasy. the
Since 19x7 jimmy (:eddy. Greg Keelor and the band
k
%\n as Blue Rodeo have been slaking their assn
unigto: brand of pop infused country music that is
universal in appeal and timeless in message. I hey
'unnnur that tradition ssuh the release id their I Ith
chart. "Small Miracles.- Railing i
( .u1.u1.1. Blur Rodeo has peen nominated for 24 Juno
gss.trds and has taken eight of them home. including
studio
ut the scar.
RYAN BINGHAM
"Mescalito" (Lost Highway)
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knn.
ut
...him]
tu
the
singer sung%\
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hard
Burr
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rilri
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and
The Bluegrass Elvises Vol. 1" (American Roots)
At first blush. it may seem an odd idea to take some
of the songs Elvis Presley made uno and recast
them in a bluegrass style. but it you go hack to the
roots of the King's musical genesis. bluegrass music
played ,I crucial role. Bringing it all full circle. bluegrass /country .artist Shawn (:amp and rockabilly purveyor Billy Bonmette got together and cut an album
of some of their favorite Elvis nine..T;e result is" I he
Bluegrass insides"
\sit;
I
of hunxeeunm-
he spirit
1115 is
t.oged
in coon for sears.
incoris rated ii
.lido
the music
ss Inch
of "Itesisal:'
of
channels amans
the early sounds and vilos
that musically
intitriid
him in his
('rttkitue
('leans.iter
Revival dam. I losve%er. it is Ito leers a socially conscious album
than .uivthiiut he h.h dim ili the recent past.
MARY GAUTHIER
"Between Daylight and Dark" (Lost Highway)
Mary ( iauthuer takes her lit: experience and turns them
into somebody heart-wrens hing,somettnmes lime- atiiruiiing
testimonials. Alter a couple of critically acclaimed Indic
releases. she
ed to Nashville and shamed with I ost
I;gh%vay. I 1er tint project for the label- "Mercy Noss;
produced by Guff Morli\ established hier as an artist
s%ithh depth. Gauthier moss return with "Between I ).iyligh t and )ark. Produced by kx I Ieury, the project reseal
painful but lxautitiiI side to (iutthier: ramps-Ming.
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"The Chain" (Vanguard)
Bettore you d
.. this
.is
just another cover album com-
tiiuntrst to consider the motivation Ixhind I)eana Garter's mess all
. "l Ile (: ;.tin.,
ter f:Ither. I red Carter jr.. is considered one of the top
ing down the pike. take
a
..slur guitarists. and
Ir stirvisrd
participating in rt,a;lon.d rodeo events .old pl.lyimg music for
loess and trirnds. A myriad of roots influence .sound
here .111(1 even
lit utClsut rot lòr oomph but at
his essence. Bingham is rarryiug on the tine troubadour
tradition of his home state.
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SHAWN CAMP & BILLY BURNETTE
%err smile Libel he
I
ended up stepping
at
taking up the wic.tion
until her slid -2t K. Rot
when Brown holed lienclÌ tip in .I died .it her did: place
in Iowa (:it she emerged \\ith enough tunes fior her first
self-titled indic release. Bnwsm returned with atm impressive
Bo It.unsy- produced sophomore eflixt. "In the (:Wool: in
211115. She tiollows withi "Rets euiher the Sun
ssitch .;r
co- pnraluced with Ramses .utd (had (:ronssell.
DEANA CARTER
dit
out oil his assn
Okay.-
john fogerts
I1ut-
Illsplr.lnun. .Ind that certainly
holds truc tor Itv.ut
Bingham. As a kid gross.tug up In \L't.t 'CV'.. he
was shuffled .1r
I a lut
II
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Is
sttltlge twist of fate
has retunied
uulsle. Strprisin0y. she
"Small Miracles" (TeleSoul)
dour tor group
is
he List tsso %sill
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BLUE RODEO
j/
there
-October Road"
.ttkl u Venions of five songs. An
reportedly iii the ssorks.
set is
the
lui
live In
set also has
Adams hosed
!tear°
use Iior You Is
soon be k.ttllred in the
and
i.
certainly ,1 fancily liken,. \shun it Conns to
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original and honestly wnnigdtt. something in die grooves
just roaches out to fini. This quartet hails from Iinne..ee
and is rapidly building .0 ngiun.a touring base that kill surely expand leni, the nation in shun iinter.The hand has a
way of talking tried -and -true sounds .nid wpm-posing them
NEW RELEASES
"Remember the Sun" (One Little Indian)
.
swung age.
I
by
.1
through the years he recorded writ;
aniaiing list of artists. Each song selected for this album
involved her I:utIer in the original recording. For " IIie
an
:
TOM GILLAM
"Never Look Back" (Treehouse)
I om
;111.m is .I perfe t testanueut to the flit that the noon
of Auuerican.l can curie from any part Ili. the Uuitetl State,
L Ile hails front the I'hiladulphi.a South jelNey area. (all.un
broke through in a big %sav in the Americana community
ssit) 2(N )i: "Shake My I Lod: and it poked like every-
Gturgc lours.
thing s.as on a IxsitiVe climb Iirr the artist. [hen dis.ister
.truck. III March 2.1N N1
lie w.as Isegii niug to cut his
fiitirdu all
. Gillamt suffered three heart attacks. After a
sucttsstrl r ctwen, he and his hand. Ir.tttor Pull. resumed)
recording to complete "Never I took Back.-
STEVE EARLE
MERLE HAGGARD
"Washington Square Serenade" (New West)
"The Bluegrass Sessions (McCoury)
(:halm
she s% as able to entice many of those artists to
rerecord the songs with her. too. And. of course. that: her
dad on the 511it.ar. ( islets include Kris K ris ittersni. I tolls
fanned lcssi (:ulcer. Shooter Jennings.Willie Nelson and
Is
DOYLE BRAMHALL
"Is It News" (Yep
Roc)
)unir Itranu;.al began his Music career in ).uII.I. when
the Vaughan Brothers %sere cutting their nm.ic.a teeth.
and ni tact. hr pl.rd \soh thrum ii several bands .dong
I
I
.ay. Ile even ssrote
lins sonos Stevie It.1s made
nimis. including " I ig;trope. "I )irts' Ptah" and
singe It.- Uhrough the )ears. playing guitar in banni
tub .Irculnphshrd
'sums has loom Braumh.als mesa
n. ket. I I oweser, tVt ry now and again he seps out un his
assn tu release a solo proµit. I lis latest eft.' rt h "1s It
the
%s
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pni.hlcrd by longtime friend (:(: Adcock. It features several guets. including
slmgers 'texas has tu
sour ut
time
lx-,t
micmac
uflir.
lying in Ness York ssith his new bride. Allison Mnorvr.
tin' the past couple of years. Stese Lark has been busy
5%ith multiple project.: playing a recurring character ou
Ih O'.
he Wire.- hosting
weekly show on Sirius
Satellite Radio and working on
novel. lu that time
Lade has also been taking in the sites .und insights New
York has to offer. and it has protiniuidly influenced his
latest eflurt. "W.i.lungtou Square Serenade: Produced by
John King of the I >wit Brothers in the legendary Iileetric
Lady Studio., it fi..tures .I
introspective but no less
I
l
.a
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socially
e
artist.
Merk
I
Iagg,inl has
eydond many musical ttrrituries
in his
storied and sic at'Jill career. but until tows Ix ;.il never dkoue
.1 pun: bkiegra..album. Sao Ix called tip Ronnie Ite1NI .uu.1
asked
if lied
like to pnoduce nor Mr him. After some discus-
sion, the tssu lw.oktl to Ricks Skae}s studio in
I
lendkrso.
!award-pelmet!
hid tilaxl .n id J kW
Choke %n ntn: al ud Iwdkd in s N ie al I. V11 ll; plrvrs: Marty Stain
(}ait.Ir and mandolin). Rob IA. (tkolwo), Charlie (u.hni.ui
iit.Ir). Atihre I Iselin (folk.). Scott Jos.
` xii rat o). (:.11 lit ks It (t
(toklle). JAL Wilke (harmonica). Ik'II Ixm o\ (bah.) and Alison
Krauss ducking oxal.). Ilw result is killer album.
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There ate artists who hase hits and those who haw unct sfid capers. But ccasimully there are artists Who become
o
inHuelcc -tenrecs lives-both Idknv mttsiciatn
Iinmqkrn I Llrris certainly tin in that rare (-aeepn. During a lengthy and prolific caner. she Iras issued
non hits packages and ninospe tivos. but pefups her
iC011it and
and tain.
m her ban. "Songd,ind: Rare
hacks retie IiorglItten ( Kitts' is a tiner -(:1) sat ofsongs hand picked Iw Harris that yon her entity rawer,llx boxed set
latest is the one that is closest
"Live From the Ruhr Triennale: October 2005"
tiolt -.
pin'. good ' inspired
music that can nuke you cry and huge-sometimes
within the sanie song. J
g are usual cohorts Randy
(Train Wreck)
Prior to steppingout again as solo rconIing artists. (:hip
Taylor and Carrie Rodriquez were actively touring
together all over the world. In October 211(15. guitarist
Bill Frisch invited then to participate in Gernunys
annual Ruhr Triennale Festival. l'art of a "Century of
Sting" series. the event has the prformers play songs by
their favorite songwriters from the past century as well
positions. Taylor and Rodrias some of their own c
Iii -instr
n
quez were hacked onstage by FriscH.
special
gust guitarist Buddy Miller.
talk Greg Lisz and
along with bassist David Pilch and drummer Kenny
Wollensen.
WI ) of tare Ins. petornuuces.
!harks"
Kohrs (dohro). Richard Bailey (banjo)Jay Weaver (bass).
Cooly Kilby (guitar) and Aaron Till (fiddle). Guests
abound on the project. including Shawn Camp. Clay
Hess and Jesse Cobb.
LYLE LOVETT
"It's Not Big It's Large" (Lost Highway)
The remarkable and
iusiglufid Lyle Lovett
LEVON HELM
"Dirt Farmer"
"It's
I
lieu-known
as
the
returns
(Vanguard)
drllllllllt'r
w ilh
tier legendary gn nip the Band,
I
the deeply soulful voice
even
I
for
is
is
with his first
studio album of new
material in four years.
also has .t
Ie lna
rot mined
.1
nulsiàal fierce to be reckoned scith earn after the group'%
demise. HtInl was sidetracked a few Sears ha: k when his
/
CHP TAYLOR & CARRIE RODRIQUEZ
Bluegrass
"Songbird: Rare Tracks and Forgotten Gems"
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21N16s
hack at it again. "The
Pintes' and tyceiving a G
"Bluegrass." Jim Lauderdale
EMMYLOU HARRIS
tTlO
Woodstock. N.Y. -based studio seas largely destroyed Lw
tire. only to be topped by the Inns oÌ his voice due to throat
cancer. Ikth have since been resound to their former
gIon: as is evitkncetl by his first solo recording in 25 years.
"Dirt Farmer:. Produced by Larne CamplxIl and Helms
daughter Ann: the project features traditional 'amp that
shaped his musical psyche while growing up in Arkansas.
as well as s)11W modern -users.
Not
Big It's
Large" was produced
in I.ts Angeles with
I ovens [mgt.
collaborator Billy Wildi.0 us. and it tiatures Ire
new Lovett-pc
d songs and a couple of choice coven.
It also etc
passes the talents of 16 band members. a
variety of guest players and a handful ofvocalists.As with
most of his Projects. it rovers a broad spectrum of musical grimes toot Nues to folk. jazz to gospel. old sends
to new. yet the distinct talents of Lovett as a songwriter.
singer and arranger brilliantly bring it together into a
cohesive musical statement.
JASON ISBELL
ROBERT PLANT & ALISON KRAUSS
Jasa Isbell
has s e sapped out on his wen. A native
Shouk.ALi.. Isbell lus been nuking music since
the age of 6. c lha
ling much of the style that his I
town is f
for. He recorded his solo debut at the
city's egentiary Faille studios and co-produced it with
his friend Patterson Flood. You'll hear influences ranging from rock to blues to soul in the t I tunes on "Sirens
of the I )irt:'
A erse years back Robert Plant and Alison Krauss sang
of Muscle
together for the first
e during a Leadbelly tribute at
the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It was so nttch tiro that
the pair said they'd like to work together again.That vow
has nove e
true with the release of a duet album.
"Raising Sand :'The project features all eclectic hein of
Old and new songs that are informed by blues. Western
swing and traditional tiolk. The album was produced by
the perfect person for the project. too: T Ikon Burnet.
"Raising Sand" (Rounder)
SHOOTER JENNINGS
"The Wolf" (Universal South)
THE SADIES
Iry difficult for a nest genera
child of a
legend
Tike
Waylon
New Seasons" (Yep Rock)
The Sadie, have barn spearheading a miiossilltilt among
puny noes -bused artists to break (knit stalk bottom genus and stvks.lb then it isn't so much about slick production and pristine sound as it is about raw tilxxion and
organic deliver: In atklition to touring regularly as a !wadi.
g act. the Inter has worked àksely with Neko Case.
Join Spence and Garde I ludko n. The Sadies now return
with their fifth effort. "New Season;' produced by the
Jayhawks (Lary Lauri,.
g' to cane out his
town path. and for a
while Shooter Je
gs
did so by lea
g
in a nxk direwith
Je
hand
"Song of America"
Once in
a
Stan,
However. his pertionnalce of "I've Always
Been Crazy" at his father's nit
I service pnwtd to
he a tar
g point tar hint. Afterward. he decided to
revisit the nok and country perspective his father had
so %titet- filily blended together. Je
gR continues with
his latest CHion."The Wolf;' which offers a blend of musical styles and well- cr.tied introspective sags.
ect conies along that's so
ambitious and so allelic
passing that it is
hand to wrap your head
around it right away.
Such is the case
of
America." Comprising
three CDs-red (1á921M611)
white
(1t61-
1945) and blue (1946-present)-this colleà
songs coven the history of America. from its t'
of
plus career. He
delivers the John Caner Cash-produced'Everyhody% Brother." an album that he classifies as a spiritual effort. but as always. on his own terms.
511
ling
its most recent events. Produced and
PORTER WAGONER
" Wagonmaster" (Anti- /Epitaph)
The late Porter Wagoner. who just passed away Oct. 2s. is
Iven durAll icon from the golden age of country
ing the Llays of outlaws and country-rock he remained
steadfastly dedicated to his oven brand of ctontry -tunk.
W.tganer,w.n also une of the first multimedia country sun
using the stagne. the recording studio and 1V as %chicks to
get his music out to the public. Ili, last album was produced by one of his longtime admirers. Marty Stuart.
.
Sometimes. what was
Income
mesa
o11CC
considered old and dated Can
and exciting .nad the reaction from the
Americana Conuuunity tuW.Ign
aster-drives that point
hot n ne.
WALT WILKINS & THE MYSTIQUEROS
"Diamonds in the Sun" (Palo Duro)
Walt Wilkins and his Mystiqueros are s thing of an
of
Americana supergroup in the Hill C
ry reg'
touring for
Billy Joe Shaver has been plying his musical wares for
a long time. He has had radio hits and radio misses. and
of counhe's written songs for and recorded with
try's elite. He's been called an outlaw and a has- hect,.
of
guided by Ed Pettersen. "Song of America" featut s a
broad gamut of artists. from the Blind Boys of Alabama
to John Wesley Hanhing.Toon O'Brien to Suzy Ikoggnuss
and John Mellencanlp to Andrew Bind.
Texas. Wilkins (vocals. guitar) has
"The Bluegrass Diaries" (Yep Roc)
s
with
the incredible "Song
"Everybody's Brother" (Compadre)
and he's acted in movies. Earlier this year. Shaver
released a greatest -hits package chronicling his 311 -year-
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BILLY JOE SHAVER
JIM LAUDERDALE
Aliet \s inning (4anum Award in 241412 for his collaboration unit Italph Stanley on "I ost in tilt I
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while, a proj-
days to some
"Sirens of the Ditch" (New West)
l'an of Southern nck revivalists the I )rive- By 'Fruckers.
his
VARIOUS ARTISTS
bien recording and
311 years and each of the other membersRodriguez (d
. vocals). Bill Small (bass. guitar. vocals). John M. Greenberg (guitar. sonals) and
Marcus Eldrige (guitar. vocals) -are succtssfid artists in
their own right. Yet when they get together onstage or
in the studio. the egos are left at the door and these five
players dedicate themselves to
nuking sweet r
ootsy
music. Indeed. great playing. thoughtfid arrangements
and super harmonies are the order
"I)ia
ds in die Sun.
of
the day on
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NOVEMBER 3, 2001
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HOOTS h HELLMOUTH
JAMES INTVELD
ADRIENNE YOUNG
AMELIA WHITE
ANY LAVERE
BLUE MOUNTAIN
BLUE RODEO
BUDDY MILLER
BUZZ CASON
CADILLAC SKY
CAMERON MCGILL & THE
QUARTET OFFENSIVE
CARY ANN HEARST
CHUCK PROPHET
JESSE DAYTON
JIM LAUDERDALE
JYPSI
.
KANE WELCH KAPLIN
KING WILKIE
LAURIE LEWIS
LUC DUCET
MATT HOPPER
MATTHEW RYAN VS THE
SILVER STATE
MELINDA SCHNEIDER
MIKE FARRIS
MIKE YOUNGER
DALE WATSON
DARRELL SCOTT
DAVID OLNEY
DEL CASTILLO
DEVON SPROULE
DIANA JONES
OTIS GIBBS
OTIS TAYLOR
PAUL BURCH AND THE
WPA BALLCLUB
POLECAT CREEK
RAY WYLIE HUBBARD
RON SE %SMITH
ROSS BARENBERG
EILEN JEWELL
ELIZA GILKYSON
ELIZABETH COOK
GRAYSON CAPPS
GURF MORLIX
SARAH BORGES AND
THE BROKEN SINGLES
SCOTT MILLER AND
THE COMMONWEALTH
SORTA
STACEY EARLE &
MARK STUART
STACIE COLLINS
STEVE FORBERT
SUNNY SWEENEY
TEXAS SAPPHIRES
THE HACKENSAW BOYS
THE LANCASTER
ORCHESTRA (SWEDEN)
THE WRIGHTS
TIFT MERRITT
TOMMY WOMACK
TRENT SUMMAR AND
THE NEW ROW MOB
UNCLE EARL
WEBB WILDER
WHITEY JOHNSON
WILL KIMBRODGH
Performing at the Honor and Awards show
TODD SNIDER
GURF MORLI%
THE AVETT BROTHERS
AMY LAVERE
ELIZABETH COOK
SUNNY SWÉENEY
THE HACIENDA BROTHERS
OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW
PATTY GRIFFIN
LYLE LOVETT
EMMYLOU HARRIS
GUY CLARK
DARRELL SCOTT
JOE ELY
RICKY SKAGGS WITH
BRUCE HORNSBY
LOST HIGHWAY
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BMI
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AMY LAVERE
DWIGHT YOAKAM
"Anchors & Anvils" (Archer)
There is s
thing
"Dwight Sings Buck" (New West)
It no secret that Dwight Yuakan Was profoundly
influenced by his mentor and friend Buck Owen% and
hc,
n than
. was deeply a
e ii d by Owens'
passing earlier this year. Perhaps as a cathartic exercise
a% well as an All of I
r and respect. Yoakam now
returns with all entire alb
of his (Jvorite Owens
songs. Further, r por
of the proceeds from
"Dwight Sing, Buck" will be donated to the Buck
Owens American Music Founda ' . a charity devoted to the prewrvJtiun of the Bakersfield
d and
t )vein'
legacy..
RECENT RELEASES
THE
AVM BROTHERS
"Emotionalism" (Ramseur)
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1 he Avert Brothers are two siblings -Scott (vocals.
brnju) And Seth (vocals. guitar) -and one brother in- arms. Bob Crawford (upright bass. vocals). The
trio arose fr
In ashes of popular North Carolina
rock hand Ne
and Iras been officially recording
s
c 2002. through g I press. constant touring
and significant radio airplay. they have built a fan
blend of
folk. country. hillbilly JIM blues. spiced with a rock
hase that goes crazy over the hand's
duc
stnsihility.
THE GOURDS
about a tinxod- hooking
woman mowing her
hand up and down
the neck of a stand -up
hass
guitar
and
singing in a sweet and
see
gly
'
cent
voice. Such is your
tint
Amy
there
"Street Symphony" (Back Porch/BLG)
94(
of
impress'
I.aVere.
THE SUBDUDES
{
but
is more to this talent than meets the eye. LaVere
is a Well -traveled entertainer who tried out several styles
of music and hand configure '
before she got it
right. For "Anchors & Anvils.' I.AVere enlisted the help
(Wilber-mots producer Jim Dickinson to find the correct blend of'traditiuual and modern for an album that
takes her to new places.
LORI MdCENNA
"Unglamorous" (Reprise)
Lori McKenna has always written songs. but it wasn't
until the age o4'27 that she started perto
g her music
Mr the public. Since. McKenna has released tive albums.
including her latest. "UngIanuoous:' And a tiny of her
songs have been recorded by some big stare, such as Faith
Hill and
i
McKenna new album may have
Tim McCraw and Hymn (fall
re.
but don't get the idea that she is just a c
try artist.
McKenna is a singer /songwriter who writes slugs with
organic flavor and universal appeal.
Sara Evans.
Whatever those Austin boys have in their jug. they
.l Id keep drinking it. because their creative juices are
running as strong as ever. Since fio
g in I'))2. the
Gourds have defied classifica
by blending All eclectic assorunent of styles -Hock. country. zydeco. soul.
"Diamonds to Dust" (Blue Corn)
One way or
her. Gurf Morlix has been involved
with some of the taunt important Americana and Hots
.
Still. they memo) off the wall and
KANE WELCH KAPLIN
artists during the past two decades. He has produced.
recorded with or pertimued with Warren Zevon.
Mary Gauthier. Robert Earl Keen. Staid (leases. Ray
Wylie Huhhanl. Buddy Miller. Julie Miller. Lucinda
, LaFave.J
Williams. J.
Dale (oil
. Butch
Hancock. Jim Lauderdale. Jerry Lee Lewis. Bob
Schneider. Steve Earle.Victoria Williams. I)ave Alvin
and many
. But he is also a recording artist in his
own right. releasing tour albums. including his latest.
"I)ids to Dust."
"Kane Welch Kaplin" (Compass)
Timis is the
third
wilting f
Jet'
-
DOUG
plished singer/
M'
writer /musicians
tour
of instrunmentr
de
although there
12-war
stands as a success
on his own. they
Also like the idea of
playing in J hand of kindred spirits. "Kane Welch
Krplin" is a basic. bare-hones endeavor. with just
the right amount
vital -based
moots
artist !Mug Spartz has
been nuking sonic for
Kieren Kane, Kevin
Welch
And
fats
K.Iplin. and even
though each easily
and vocal
inflection to convey the message and e
of
the
gs. Plus. they have added a nee clement to
the process. with Lucas Kane (Kieren's son) j
Mg on drums.
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It
is impossible to overstate the impact and lasting
influence the Carter family has had on Americ
for the past Mu gears. and when you attach that pedigree to the deep stark left by Jol
(:ash. the lineage becomes even more amazing. Such is the family
history
of producer /songwriter/musician /author
John Carter Cash. the only child of June and Jul
Cash. For the past couple of years. he has been focusing on a tribute alb
to his
her called
"Anchored in Love: A Tribute mimic Carter Cash." as
Well as writing the first biography about her.The (1)
features a stellar collection of perlimnen and musicians
who .worked with June through the years. as well as
family members.
hiatus
prior
s
des
.I
just
to his selfreleacd
2tNKi
Americana
success
"American
Stories.
Lie's & Tales:" In spite of
KELLY WILLIS
"Translated From Love" (Rykodisc)
Kelly Willis has always
of the best
examples
of
what
Americana
is all
about: a fresh perspective
Mt-tanned by what carte
Won. her. Musically
sassy and defiant
Mt. full of rferdice and respect the
next. Willis is always
direct and
I
st-however
she decides to play it.
l'nxluced by longtime collaborator Chuck prophet, her
first new album in five years features a collection of originals and cl
e cower.
ADRIENNE YOUNG
SPPAM
"The One Who's Leavin' " (Great North)
g-
"Anchored in Love: A Tribute to June Carter
Cash "(Duakone)
been
GURF MORUX
in (Wile s
lull of surprises.
VARIOUS ARTISTS
been produced by
"Noble Creatures" (Yep Roc)
Iex -Mex. folk and blues
an I
, good
sound that always seems to latish the masses. "Noble
( :rcaturc.' is their eighth effort and in many ways it
reveals the members at their most relaxed And Iodised
Formed in 1987, the Subdudes took the bluest/ and
soulful sounds of New Orleans and blended them with
the vibe of the Rocky Mountains. It was the simple
fact that they preterred to play music that was
acoustic -based and a hit on the subdued side that
birthed their name. A desire to branch out and play
with other artists led to the I'$)7 breakup. I loweser.
the flame was rekindled and the 'Dudes refimned in
2004. recently releasing "Street Syntpl
1.
. .i'.;
.,
1v.
DOUG SPART7
'-
ensuing health issues. Spanz was motivated and deter'
d to record a tiolkow-up album and "The One Who;
Leavin'
is the result. Spartz again references many
'
American musical styles :and blends them into an
organic sound.
"Room to Grow" (AddieBelle)
like her h
grown Way of recording
Just
and
remarketing
her
sic. Adrienne Young
an
organic
approach to the way she
I«oks at lite. She continues her dedica '
to
p
g local Mod
systems and is involved
with
the
American
C
Garden Assn. and the Save a Seed I'
I. As
with past projects.Y g c
to collaborate with
in- demand guitarist Will Kimhrough. "Roonm to Gnny"
takes
also features musical
contrit
by Mike Gordon
(bass). Conlon Stone (pedal steel) and
(backing vsxals).
I
)ale Ann Bradley
g others.
NOVEMBER 2. 2007
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NEWS
/ TALK / SPORTS
( :hicago. it should be tine` Making sure host.
Overworked, underpaid and rarely appreciated
.
..
ask about producers
The Care And
Feeding Of Producers
don't just "look fìir the negative" is important.
I le also points out redundancy as .i challenge
in sports radio." l:dking baseball day slier d.ìv over
.1 king s.M)Ii gets repetitive. Mc challenge is to
find an .uigle..1 weird twist on the story.'
Another role that most pnxlucers find thentsh'es taking on is that of therapist. I )(Levitt points
out that sports talent tend to comprise limner
player. with eytra -large egos: You got to give
them some love"
Rebecca I og.ui %cork. Mr the i li.p.utic
Communications Network .as pnxlucer for two
Spanish- lanlntage
A
program..
"Iietivetiidos
tii rica "and "Epiceutni i')iitüo;
a
and pn.. ious-
ly vorketl at AO1.
I mum. 11er .hallruge. darer
fnmi those that English- laulniage producers face.
"Because our audio is in Spanish. I can't us
the same sound hitr. or the .unr people that
other producers have .access to.' she says. Bern
.1
Mike Stern
simple press conference on ( capitol I Till requires
"making sure that someone there .peak.
Spanish.-This also affects looking guests. I >gau
MSterneDRadloandRecords.com
o
find people who can "speak Sp.
It that
is hoop enough for everyone to undrr.t.uxl.Innii
texas to New York:.
According to I oit.m. Hispanic broadcasters
has to
32
hey .ore the backbone of the radio station. who make amazing
things happen and usually receive no credit. Producers are the
unsung heroes of spoken -word ti)rmats.These essential staffers discuss their triumphs, failures and frustrations, so we all might know
a little more about their world.
Raymond Lopez. executive producer for the .1011 K Ken afternoon show on Clear Channel talk
KFI /Los Angeles. has been in the chair for inure than III years. He says that he
-creates an atmosphere where the hosts can just do their show
not have to
worry .shout management screaming or station nonsense."
cnR THE RErn1'
the Oct. 26 column,
Mark O'Neill's
company should have
In
been identified as
ROI Media Solutions.
I
()Inv
ws the
hardest part
of the gig is "getting
.1
poh
to c.ihii ut.uaagrnaeut .uni make sure ditty
kilos% we arc
I
Ir
ionsidrnug
heu management
trit
r.nnificationsinforming talent
odds with un air Conall the
also s%urLs the other side,
.nad
is at
svr have to create sonic \wiggle
nom
selves
uo
is
a
Viva
c.tiiit:'
Where Do They Come From?
that -we don't have to take our-
seriously. Even in
Wi.hiiituii
The pnxlucer% tie G. Gordon Liddy. Michael
Reagan, Greg Knapp and Doug Stephan all
have one thing in conunnu: They report to
believes the biggest differ-owe
. produc-
ing worts radio
If
10%ever.she believes the situation is inaprn ing as
.vy.nness of I lispanic bniadca.trn gnvvs.
Even (tiring people is more difficult. A good
Spanish-Language producer nerds all the some
skills as an English-language producer-phis a
fill understanding of I .vino culture.
Remember, It's Only A Game
)dtvitt
the respect they deserve.
I
In nine year. at LSPN sport. WMVP/('hirigO.
Adam I kleyitt spent six pnxlucing the highly rated
Mac.Iurku K I Limy afternoon show.I le has moved
up to All ).
I
alays received
you call a senator and yeti don't have an VaMished
relationship, she says. "there is quite a difirnnce
Ixtsvern nor AIM the
-to
e%eryl'xl on the sonne page.' II. management is
on, crntd
nit %what ho st is saying. it% I op c/.
haven't
.ports town like
of Americans say they
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NOVEMBER 2, 2007
Rich McFadden.
AS
operations director for Radio Am-
rri:.l. M :I sadden manage. crt%y of pnxlucen Auld was
pri 111 r himself for many year.. When it comes to
hiring people to produce. he says "I look at the person
.1
.1
look at skills. I value people who
exhibit st.Ibilits..i %%ork ethic and being
part of te.un.
M: I atklen adds.-When you hire a producer. it is a muter of knlxving the host. When
intnnluted pnxIucer I ranklin It.Ifi to G.
Donlon I idth. I slid.( üve titis Isly touille
Of weeks. At tint. you're going to think he's
-axe he is but Iie\ also genius:
before
I
hint.Ixcaus they trust one another.
lit 'di I )elesitt and Mt Fadden agree that. unless yitl.an
sitting in the chair pnxlucirg %%Iiilt. the sii5S Is live. you
ply cannot grasp %shalt the risk. is all alx,ut.
.. 111111). change %s hen %o1) Are
1)11
the air."
McFadden says. "It Ji tsilì .iI.ts Hots
exactly as you thought it %5otild :When nets.
breaks. "suddenh. w,1.1 are sending All iiittnl
to do research and .asking your creative guy
for something nee% :' >clevitt adds. "hut upper
mat.lgenxnt dtxsn't see that.hey also unanimously agree that m.In.IgeIlent dM.nt necessarily re.li/e the .amount
.1
of time it takes to lx. All .tk' tivc pnxIucer.
McFadden tkv'rilx' IR.di .IS "knowing the
"I don't think they we the pnxlucen talking
fed of radio. I le ktttxs. 110x% to make a show
Lopez
to the talent at night and on the %%etkends.
I:iI rurrgntit and Iuxv to spin All issue" 'l'hr
molt: Ntxv they art. .1 resin that is iserfitt together.- %Yith nonstop e -mails and texts:' I )cicvitt says.
I ape/ says. "We might Ix at the station eight or nine
Mtl a.kk n s1). that Itadt.m- conmmunitate something into
hours a Clay. Isar see meser stop pnxl11ting.'
I idly: e.Ir..md he will retxat it 'sithout .coal-gnle..ing
.1
I
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I ope/
\\ .11/15 to kui%e th.0 Ill.lnIgelllelll 5\
sI.nld
hehiul pr.du:ers .Ind talent. "Itight or 1011g.- he 5.1%'.
inlpurt.lnt fill r11.11I.1ge111e11t to hd the biggest f.uas of
t11r 51105%. II.ltk yçllr guns I Inv.,. 1)u nl.utrr %sh.0 :
I ng.ln .adds th.11 busses Should he gentle %%ith t rit
it ism. "It's eaS% to hear something and think it t oul.l
he better or executed dilit remtly, but you don't real
lie h.1) it took to get to that point. II there is .111% thing %%rung %sith the sterns. It .d%s.l\s weal. ro end 1)l
%wank.
being the producer'. fault she .old. %%ith
Mt I .ldden sly.. "I'ruduters %%irk tiretes.1% and don't
111
5%
5%
.a
get all the money the% dtserse.
Ile y.re there ber.ulse
What Talent Doesn't Get
oixvl
nickname is "the Sheriff" becaus he is respo si
shoe% straight. I Iv ..n s that
Me for setting members of the
".I good
pnxluctr can
sec %shalt the problems are and put
people in their place. Worku,g
ss 1111 1%1,1ui1.11e people
Ix disagreements. but the bottom Ilse a.
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felt before and after the show.
Adam Delevitt, APD at ESPN sports WMVWChicago,
who spent six years producing the Mac, Jurko & Harry
afternoon show, says it has made things tougher
because listeners often already know what has hap-
pened within the realm of the station's content: "They
don't need to listen, making it even more important to
find a unique angle,' he says.
Researching topics on the Web can be a double-edged
sword. According to Raymond Lopez, executive producer
for the Jon & Ken afternoon show on Clear Channel talk
KFVLos Angeles, it allows him to research more efficiently, but the volume of information is almost overwhelms g.
Radio America operations director Rich McFadden,
who manages a crew of producers and was a producer
himself for many years, worries that you can find anything on the Internet. The important thing is whether or
not it's right. You have to verify."
After the show, there are new outlets for content. For
syndicated shows, McFadden notes that podcasting
means we can reach everyone in the country, not just in
our affiliates' signal range. The Internet is such a massive outlet. All you need to know are the right keywords
to get someone to trip on your audio."
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falls onto producers who already hase a huge workload.
McFadden says, If your radio show suffers because
you're spending so much time trying to get it out on podcasts, you're not being true to your listeners." Lopez
agrees: "Al that matters is what goes on the air. We're
competing with your mom. In your car, if we aren't interesting, you are going to cal your mom. We want to be
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BIG SHOTS
Compiled by Alexandra Cahill
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R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A.
1. Kid Rock performed scaled -down versions of songs from his
latest CI), "Rock N Roll Jesus," for a taping of CMT's "Unplugged
at Studio 330:' From left are "Unplugged at Studio 330" director
Eric Welch,Vector Management president Ken Levitan, CMT
producer Ellie Chandler, Rock, CMT manager of music and talent
relations Kellie Robinson and Webster Public Relations' Kin
Webster. Photo: Brian Tipton
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2. Anrrka's Nod Top Magri Jack
big shot! E-mai high -resolution photos
from you promotions, appearances, promo
tours and other rado and record industry
arme @RadioandRecow',.cun.
events to
He
Diamond celebrated his 17th anniversary
hosting mornings on Citadel hot AC WRQX/
Washington with some help from "America's
Next Top Model" host/judge Tyra Banks. 3.
The Sporting Ufa Bob Costas, host of
Premiere Radio Networks' "Contas on the
Radio," strikes a pose with two recent guests:
Football Hall of Farmer and co -host of NBC's
"Sunday Night Football" John Madden, left,
and Texas Tech men's basketball head coach
Bob Knight, right. 4. The McLaug
Group Sartres Tarzian -owned AC WAJUFort
Wayne, Ind., PD Barb Richards snuggled up to
Island artist Jon McLaughlin at a recent
Borders appearance. Acmrdng to Richards,
more than 150 fans showed up for the
sirgerlsorgwriter's performance. S. Songe
it
h, Tho Kay Of Lila Atlantic artist Trey
Songz, left, got acquainted with Radio One
urban WPHI on-air personalities Laiyah,
center, and Poochxnan during a promotional
visit to Philadelphia. 6. Toast Of Thu Town
Jive Records artist T-Pain received a
m ultiplsti um plaque marking digital sales of
3 million units of his single "Buy U a Drank
(Shawty Snappin'r featuring Yung Joc. From
left are Zomba Label Group president /CEO
Barry Weiss, ZLG senior VP of R &B
promotion Larry Khan, T-Pain, ZLG VP of
A&R Mickey "MeMpHiTz" Wright, T- Pain's
manager Michael Blumntein and ZLG senior
VP of U.S. record labels Peter Thea. In front is
UniversaUMotown artist Akon's brother, Abu
Ilion. 7. The Cowboy Way CBS Radio
country WQYK-FM PO Mike Culotta,
left, caught up with Arista Nashville
sigerlsorgwriter Brad Paisley during a
Bonfires and Amplifiers tour stop in Tampa.
(For more on Paisley, see page 20.)
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The gateway to music formats, the week in charts and airplay data.
TIMELINE
Dave Numme transfers to KITS
(Live 105)/San Francisco as PD,
retaining his role as CBS Radio VP
of alternative and active rock.
THE SPIN
By Wade Jesses, Gary Tnnt, Anthony Colombo and Raphael Gunge
APD Derrick
Baker is named PD of urban WEDR (99
Jamz) /Miami.
Chase becomes FM OM for
Emmis /Austin as day -to -day PO of KDHT (Hot
93.3), with oversight of KLBJ, KROX, KBPA
(103 Bob -FM) and KGSR.
Christopher Gould tapped as GM for
Salem's WTBN and
WTWD/Tampa.
WGFX /Nashv lle welcomes Rich
Renee
Brother Robbin as PD.
Bell earns senior VP stripes at
RCA Label Group!Nashville.
Valerie DeLong appointed VP at
Universal Records.
T.J. Lambert rises to VP
of sports at ABC Radio Networks.
Jeff Wyatt upped to PD at KITS AMFM /Los Angeles.
t
Dave Robbins and Bob
Moody are promoted to group
Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
Newcomer Taylor Swift collects her third
consecutive top 10 on the Country chart
as Our Song" (Big Machine) gains 1.7
million audience impressions and jumps
13 -10. Swift becomes the third solo female this decade to score
three straight top 10 singles from a debut album, following
Gretchen Wilson ( "Redneck Woman," "Here for the Party" and
"When Think About Cheatin' ") in 2004 -05 and Carrie
Underwood (four top lOs from Some Hearts ") this year and
last. Swift's latest single also marks her quickest top 10 climb,
reaching the lofty level in 11 weeks. Her debut single, "Tim
McGraw," needed 24 weeks, and "Teardrops on My Guitar"
cracked the top 10 in its 20th stanza.
(Interscope) catapults 4 -2 to join his former No.
"The Way Are" (No. 3) in the list's upper reaches.
it
program managers for
more than four years as
Clark Ryan joins KPOP and
"Bodysnatchers" (ATO) debuts at
KGB /San Diego as PD.
No. 35. The track marks the Thom
Yorke -led quintet's 12th chart
Brad Hunt is upped to senior VP of
promotion at Elektra /Asylum.
Charles Bortnick becomes GM of
KMPS -AM -FM /Seattle ropes
KKHT /Houston.
with programming reins.
appearance and its first since "Go to
Sleep" peaked at No. 32 in
September 2003. "Bodysnatchers"
is the first track from the group's
album
25
WARSAW
in Rainbows," which
is avail-
able for download at the band's
Web site for any cost that a con-
Jhani Kaye is named PD at
KOST /Los Angeles.
sumer is willing to pay. A physical
RCA Nashville elevates
Joe Galante to division VP
CD is expected to be made available
WLUP /Chicago announces
at retail, but no release date has
been announced.
Jonathon Brandmeier as morning
man. He starts five months
than three years to occupy two slots in the
CHR/Top 40 chart's top three, as "Apologize"
Radiohead 'snatches' Alicia Keys Is
First Alternative Hit In Second To 'No One r
Four Years
At Urban AC
Radiohead makes its first
Alternative chart appearance in
Nationwide Communications.
in Tim Murphy
Timbaland becomes the first lead artist in more
I
Lyric Street
hires Kevin Herring as director of
national promotion.
Swift Logs Third
Straight Top 10
c..,i.nr,.
Alicia Keys sets the Urban A( mark
for mort No. Is as "No ( )nc"
(RM( i) becomes her seventh to top
the Iist.The 2 -I chart ntnr unravek
the fixer -way tic she slum! with
Ioni Braxton. Brian McKnigju and
LutherVandrow. and gists Keys an
entire year (52 sstrks) at No. I. the
most los' ans' artist.Vandross is weulx1, with 38 frames in the lead.
Since her elebut in 2111)1. only three
ut Keys' In chart
appearances haw
tailed to wadi No. I. "No Otw"
also spends .1 second seek atop
bs 111-9 at Rhythmic
Urban. climbs
and debuts at
Elliot Switches No. is Atop Smooth Jazz
I:I, hard Elliot
WAVA'
Washington appoints Tim Powell
as PD.
Bob Cole garners PD stripes
KMEL/San Francisco.
OVEMBER 2. 2007
February 2004, while Akon was the last overall,
with his own "Don't Matter" and as
Gwen Stefani's
a
guest on
The Sweet Escape," in April. In the
Nielsen BDS -based CHR/Top 40 chart's
15 -year
history, only Bryan Adams in 1994 and Mariah
Carey in 1995 had previously claimed two of the
chart's top three as leads.
Familiar Faces Return
To Hot AC Top 10
Two Hot AC chart veterans each notch
their latest top Ilk. At No. 9. Pat
Monahan hops three spots with "Her
Eyes" (Columbia). his first top IO as a
solo artist after scoring six as lead
singer ofTrain.The group. scheduled
to reunite for a new album next -year.
last pulled into the top III with "Cab"
in March 2006. At No. Ifs, "Into the
Night" (RMG), written by and featuring (:had Kroeger. becomes Santana 's
fifth Hot AC top If) (13-1f)). Santana
last visited the top tier with "I'm
Feeling You." featuring Michelle
Branch & the Wreckers. in late 2005.
'Sexy' Borings Duo Badc To No.1
contract with KZZP/Phoenix.
operations director.
OutKast was the last lead act to accomplish the
feat, with "Hey Ya!" and "The Way You Move" in
No.35 at CI IR /Tvp
-In and No. 29 at Smmeh Jazz.
later, following expiration of his
Bill Todd joins KRLY /Houstoi
1
I
replaces himself at the Snxooth Jazz summit.
as
"Ain't
Wrsin & Yandel match Daddy Yankee's mark for the
Latin Rhythm chart's speediest trip to No.
1
in
impacto" by Daddy Yankee
Got)" (BLG), by JeffGolub featuring
of"R n It" (AliTizen)
by Elliot and Rick Braun. Saxnun Elliot is the first artist to replace
himself at No. 1- including lead and featured billings-on any RXR
second week. In April,
Nielsen BI)S -based monitored chart this year.
led with "Pam Pam" for eight weeks last fai.
No Wonsan (Like the One
I
Elliot, rises 2 -1, halting the eight -week reign
2007
as "Sexy Movimiento" (Machete) bolts 4 -1 in just its
featuring Fergie beelined
beginning
a 13-week
12-1 in
its second frame,
stay at the top. "Sexy" becomes
Wisin & Yandel's fourth No. 1, a mark that also ties
Daddy Yankee's al-time chart record. The duo last
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solid jock staff; and that stain with the nitm
ing shore "The Kane show is on fire Kapugi
says. "No.
18-34 cunae. Thais a feat that had
only been accomplished
e prior to Kantand he did it in his third full book:
Meanwhile. Vibegrrl was No. 2 18-34 in
midday% and Toby Knapp was No. I in after noons -both highs for the sta
"Hot had never been No. in any
daypart 18 -34 before: Kapugi says.
"Toby is d
g big thins in afternoons. We also killed it 25 -54. ranking eighth in share-another new
high for the sta
that I hope the
salts department doesn't get used to
a
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Having fun kicking ass while school's out
... wish you were
here!
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CHR Basks In The Warm
Glow Of Summer
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Winning Uke The Packers
Entere
WXSS (103.7
kiss
FM) /Milwaukee l'1) Brian Kelly
Pohlman
Kevin Carter
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here is a sizable group of radio fans who are enjoying the
tprocess of perusing the recently released summer book because the pages are just chock -full of good news for fans of
CHR /top 40. From coast to coast, the format has performed
above and beyond the call ofduty, usually cutting a wide swath
of success across many key demos. What say we take a little
tour of America and visit some of our wildly grinning friends to find out what
went s(xxx) right this summer?
The View From The Top
since parachute pants
Lot the first
mauled the earth. W I I l-1 (Z11141) sits atop the
radio
that is New York with a reul.lrkrhle
r ratings achievement: No. I
in the market 12+ (up 4.6 -5.I). No. I with
ptrums I8-34 (up 9.I- 111.4) and No.2 persons
25 -54. The %tabors also chalked up a ridiculously lengthy list Of No. Is in many of
America's fay oritc demos. including such line
nunllxn
as 12. 17. 18.
34. 44. 4') and 54.
an achievement that is not taken
by Clear Channel/New York w
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wanted to show tale some numbers.
just lier the fun of it :' so badly let
'nand
hint. "Kiss is No. I persons, wt
men I8 -34. and top tine with women
IA
for granted
VI' of pro-
Polemist and
PI) Sharon Urstur.
-Sharon and I both cants hen I I years ago
when this st.
was in IBth place:' Polenun
says" Lor this train to ai blue then
bers
the tint
since the 'SH% is such an indtsribaNe experience. h) be No. I in the market and
No. 2 25 -54 in New York: last diary-based survey is nosy gratifying (Nosy in pre- currency
mode. the tint currency ratings for New York
from the Portable People Meter IPPMI are due
fit
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)ec. 31.)
Oh. and did we mention that ZIIN1: t
is now up to 2.71 mill
? As in enough people to populate decent -sired Wand nation?
I.ikc. say. Manhattan? "There is a great term
of people in this building who have worked
hard and waited a long
for this
tat.
of us takes it for granted Poleman
and
says. "-L
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with r report card this
good is the sweetest victory that atayltllt in
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radio could ask for.'
Meanwhile. over on that really long island
nearby that :
refer to as Long Island. 1'1)
Jeremy Rice is equally ecstatic. sitting in his
office at Cox Radio's WBLI /Nassau- Suffolk.
.. '131.1 had its biggest hook in lice years!" he
yells. frighte
g passers-by in the hallway.
"We're No. I with persons 25 -54-wow!
Maybe I should play
'Soolja Boy'?
"I don't know of any other major -market
CHIC that is No. I persons 23-54. 'BIT is also
No. I with worsen 25 -54 for the first tine that
I can remember. and our cunic also broke an
all
record with 437,114141 he says. pi
ing to one of the major factors he believes
contrihutts to his success: "The
is really
strong right
at (MR. This is the end of
the diary on Long Island and the start of the
PPM what a way to go out. We have an awesome staff and a great e
piny: Cox Radio is
dedicated to wg:'
:
Hot For Hot 99.5
Pk.
25-54:
he says.
Kelly points to an extensive external marketing campaign in the spring
f
g term Wes. Rahnv X: Allah
that paid off long -terns. "Judging by
the numbers. we had untie new people try them for the very first
and
liked what they heard.' he says."W. R
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18and A are inns No. I
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tried -and -true p
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classic
like the
the II13 7 Days
of
old -school
-sticker spotting" technique. We
gave listeners their choice of live diiferent brand -new cars :' he says.
Listeners qualified by sporting a "Kiss
Kling" on their car. according to
Kelly. "If we spotted you. we gave you
SI03.07 in cash and you qualified to
pick out a ear at the end of the summer." The su
also had free Kiss
Parties in the Park with acts that
included the Plain White T's and the
Jonas Brother.. among others.
of it would have run as
N
smoothly as it did without the experiS
and
enced hand
of
used the
dedicated p
princess Natalie I )iPietro. "I really have
to hand it to Natalie and her promotintas team fior keeping us visible all
f
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I place is the highest 18 -34
h in
the six -plus years that Hot ($)3 has been on
the air." Clear Channel's WIHT /Washington
OM /PI). JeIT Kapugi says. "Actually it: the
first time in over two sear. that sr.
one other
than Iurban sta
1 WPGC or WKYS has
been in the top two I8-34. I guess it must be
ght
getting boring for them. so they tl
they'd give us a chance. Thanks. grays'.
You can't pull off
bers like that without
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and persons
summer long: Kelly says. "I also want
to acknowledge hay API )/MI) JoJo tier
making every music log a work of an:
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tiff his tireless eflirts of shooting video and getting it up on our Web site and Yoti lapse s)
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RHYTHMIC
ed Natasha Bedingieldc new single. "Lowe Like
This:' which datums Sean Kingston; it debuted
on R&R's (lilt/top 441 chart last month. With
Kingstons strong presence. it just might work on
SOW rhythmic cutlets,too.
Thanks to the success of Tinlbaland% "The
Way I Are." SOOCent's "Ayo Technology- and sev-
of
Justin Timberlake% singles. Imterseope
support
electronic and
eclectic sounds. Songs
played by M.I.A.. the Paradiso Girls.Valeria and
Ashlee Simpson during the label\ pry neat
tit
this descrip
"Apologize.' Timihalands latest
single. is a unique-sounding record that moves
22 -17 on It &his Ithvthmmic chart this week. "It
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Lawman's annual music presentations return
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Whik R &I3 is hardly
Darnella Dunham
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labels first RAH artist. KXIY Bnuckast Group%
KEZE (Wired'Nt.9) /Spokane PI) Iloomer I)avis
DDunham @RadloandRscords.com
is a believer in Adrian's first sings.
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year by Lawman Promotions president Greg Lawley, bring
together a few dozen pm},ranners to listen to new music from)
various labels.This year's event included plenty of hip -hop and
R&D tracks, in addition to sonic club music that rhythmic outlets can truly take ownership of. Established artists have music
on deck. but newcomers are also bringing potential hits to the format.
I hr corn[ moved slightly southeast this year.
from its usual San Francisco loxa
to the
Silicon Valley. While the hxa
changed, the
music prsentatxxls were as engaging as always.
with pnogranunen and LIM1 execs hanging out.
networking and just having a good
listen
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Up Close And Personal
In addition to audio and video presentations
made, by Zabel execs. artists stopped by to perform. talk about their music or interact with
community. Scan Kingston.Yung
the rhyth
Berg. Baby Bash and Ray J opened up about
their upcoming projects. Nina Sky. former
Destiny's Child member Michelle Williams and
independent artist Nodle hung out in the
audience. and Ashanti posed for photos with
the programmers.
New artist Meech played his debut single,
"Thicka Than a Snicks.- and then treated the
audience to a freestyle.
style. He's only 15. but doesn't
sound like a kid when he rips-and he oozes
s KIX:S (Power 93.9) /Wichita I'I)/
Enter(
afternoon personality Greg Williann said the song
reeeistd"instant reaction from the very first spin
on KIX:S:' While he. too. believes "Boyfriend/
Girlfriend" will work for his station. Morris
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KKUU (U92) /Pill[ Springs.
Calif:. 1'1) Antdog said. "We have a stereotypical
sound in Palm Sprints. and its a totally different
song for us
When he performed "Ready or Not" and "Fu
(ke La :' Fugees tnciuber Pras made everyone
remember why we keep hope alive for a
nutlil . debut. Unfortunately. he seemed to suggest that it's not likely to happen anytime son
when he said. "fray for Laurvu Hill" and "LBoogie. get back to your senses please " Pras also
performed his new single. "Pop Life:* which
wended great lice. "1 was excited .tbntt Pras
c
g thnxtgh and doing some of the songs
from the Fugets:' DI Lace said. About the new
single. Lace added. "It's one of those sings where
people are going to have to like it before radio
jumps on it."
charisma. "1 think hes really marketable and its
really marketable title." liuckley's KSEQ
(Q97) 'Fresno MI) /afternoon personality I )J
I ace said. "The beat is cool, and the'thicka than
a
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IIurricane Chris performed his hit "A Bay
Bay.- Rose Hip Recors"liomi delivered a meda
of his songs. and the Pack presented its new
video for "In My Car.- Of the three on performed by C-Side. the single "Boyfriend/
ley
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"7cmpution :'
and thinks listeners relate to the lyrics."lt%a com-
the
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response.
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New Sounds
While hip -hop and R&B dominate rhythmic
playlists, labels are also pnwiding some interest-
ing alternatives. "Physical" from new Universal
Republic act the lknefits has a Caribbean and
dandy eel. It may not work for every station. but
its far from boring. Jive/Zomba previewed
tracks from Barney Spears' new Blackout'.
-"Itadar " and "Piece of Me "are anything
alb
but typical pop songs. Epic's presentation itxlud-
mon estxricnce laMotl !wing got :' I)avis said.
Miser I )J Mayhem xkkd.'I got chills up my spine
on the bridge of this song two listens in a nrv.Thc
tint time that was hot. the second
I knew it
was quality. Its got relay value, so l'nt on it. Ile
produced it. he wrote it. he sang it-he's
Ititalcntsd. and I think its a hit rconl"
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rs buzzing. including l'itbdls "Secret Admirer" and an min-leased
song by Clyde Carson tcaturimg the Game. Fur
Entravision's KBMB (113.5 the Iknnb) /Sacramxnto MI) /akcnnon personality Shoe- E. "Indepeudent" by Webbic \vas
of the standouts.
"When the bass kicks in. everybody's going to
savant to dance:' he said. Another highlight fix
hint was 'Frey So ngz' "Can't Help but Wait,'
which Short-E described as' just an all -around
fed-good song."
Several songs had progra
Undo
Jive /Zomba played some heaters that Results
Radio's KEWB (Power 94) /Redding. Calif..
PI) /afterntx ti host Rico was feeling. "As
ouch hair as I've lost trying to shcdule E- l'air's
83 songs. 'Church' caught me oil' guard." Rico
said. "I (ngot how cool he sounds when he
drops the voice box and starts trying to compete with Twista."
I ) olla's "Who the F * ** Is That" was a favorite
of Davis and Rico. "That record really stuck out
to inc." Rico said. "The hook is nuts -can't wait
to sec hose it reacts in the club"
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tale togeth r. but
racting with rhyth
radio and record execs
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a great show and a lot Of tun :' I )evils said. -Its definitely nice to put some faces to names :'
)l Lace said he was able to make great connections. "Its a gtxxl networking event. I [net a
of people that had talked to oser the phone
but I had never tort in person. Greg bailee
should Ise coil inlet
for putting something like
this together"
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URBAN /URBAN AC/GOSPEL
behind the scenes? "I'll uutinuc doing my
albums.- he s.o- s."You we I
l'ulb did it? I'm
the millennium version. My swagger is totally
different. but you gut to respect .0 guy like Puff
I )Addy be..ntse he has his own record Com.any, his own clothing cump.tuy. his moss n I V
slims. his uss a cologne, and dealt with .t hunt It
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DJ Khaled juggles radio, recording and management
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artist has helped
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busy. Hr's the night show host at Cox's W El )It (t9)
Jamz) /Miami, but that's just one tacet of his camer. He's also a
producer, a 1)J Vho mice+ several nights per week in Miami's
Granted, ft's important for any personality
to seize whatever opportunities that are presented to theist. But how does this poster child
for multitasking find the
time to make his show a priority with so many other responsibilities um his plate:
!Outlet' says. "P) Jam/ has
well
supported
nie so
whole
throughout
my
career and at the same
is a priority. My album
priority too. but feel
radio
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managing the Runners. Both are responsible for getting their tracks placed on as
many projects as possible. But he says it's not
of phone thing
all that taxing. Its
and relationships and e- trailing hear and
.n
guess
who
intends to get involved?
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s
cities that I have great
relationships with.- Khaled
says.
want to be more
involved locally with them,
too. because I know hors
is. At
important local sl
the same time. touring the
city helps.TI
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trade beyond radio. Khaled
still has loftier goals. "What's next is to he
the next big music exec in the game. like an
L.A. Reid. Alan Grumblatt, Jay -Z. Lyon
Cohen. Kevin I ides or Steve l&ilkiu .'
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work 24
clock. and
NOVEMBER 2, 2007
syndicate ..The lake
Over Mix w /I)J Khaled-weekly three -hour mix
show that includes inter views and features. The
program made a soft debut
during the Jul 4 nseekend
\vith plans to exp.utd iii
21 i1 iü. But instead of haling
the network secure Al Of
to
the
the sveekends and still he
home and do my slow on
the ss eekdays. It's a lot of
work. but yuu'se got to
ssork to win.'
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going over contracts with lawyers and stuff
like that.this summer SupeRadiu announced plans
he's
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clubs, the manager of production duo the Runners, an A&R rep
for Koch Records and the host and mixer of a SupeRadio-syndicand program. Oh, yeah, and he's also working on album No. 3. After releasing two ('I)s on Koch, Khaled has become a national presence, and urban radio
lus responded svannly to his sin}les: "We Ttkin' Over" went top 20 and "Holla at
Me" top 25. Current single "l'in So Hood,- featuring T--Pain, Trick Daddy, Rick
Ross & Plies, is his biggest hit yet, occupying the No. 8 spot on R&R's Urban chart.
Itid.t that's
up eras.
got more
records besides 'I ass:'
hen you gut Rick
Russ that's just hurt
mg the g.une..t mess
guy named liriscu
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a
hunch of
groups cumuug out. It
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and
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work, but
you've got
to work to
win. I work
24 hours on
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and I work
hard.'
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Khaled
brings unity to the city.'.
Listeners to K haled 's night .bus on'>V Lund
have Ws!
led to his national exposure." I he
cheers me on and loses me:
c
of
course they listen to the show:' he sass." I hey
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I'M on TV or if I'm s
g an award. run
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petiug mixers would
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lath Is were
reluctant to sign I )Is to
record deals. But Khalcd'. strong and consistent airplay on mix shims and in rotation
has helped that perception dissipate:Inunis
KI'WIL (Power Itió) /Los Angeles music coordinator I)J lelli fed just signed ssith Island
Urban.
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other I )Is get label deals. "I'm so happy for
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career to
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her level
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is
else with your trade. heguaranteed and you don't
want to 11.nr your talent Wasted. I .ilw'ass
tell everyone I meet. 'You're killing in this
market. but expand your .sings. Prepare for
the future because radio is a weird business.
You could c
and go. or they could
switch the lformn,ml on you. or you could he
there for 311 year. litit still exp.mnd yotir
wings, because music has so many different
outlets' "
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souring the wont liar songs their .audience will
love .rent no Ise gone: he says.-If w,tnethiug i'iit
on I'l.n ! 1l F..
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released in the
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an still
faced smith
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large mass
why MI )s gut into radio. Svhy promotion executives went
to work for a record label and why artists write, record and
Iperform music
passion. Rut is there still passion for the
music. or is it just about business?
EMI Christian Music
Group manager of national promotions Andrea Kleid asked
that yuestiun in a recent e -mail. She .wasn't being negative;
she just sundered .'here the passion has gone for good songs. "I )o you know
bow long it's been Since I've had a PI) or MI ) call n)e and say,'This is a smash'"
she asks.
Bonder it there is just too much music hitting the marketplace now
or if everyone is just too busy to be nu)S'ed or liis'e're just) jaded :'
a tìs farm. that rest to the top front tone
to timae, but thew an' s, wen' ran' ,u1d most of Its
pmgranuurrs sire not ['anent enough to st.ait fit ,r
them he
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itself from out artist ptrspridve.' say. Walls
)eiker. l'I ) MI ) of WAIF/I Greenslxono. But he
ha volution. "rd love to see each major label
commit to one nesw .artist per genre
l'ut
ewrrvthing you have into that artist and allusc
greater opportunity for their Jrselupmrnt in
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think of four big onts over
tilt' past year -and-a -halt: l'oint ut (1race's 'I Iosw
You I iwr. Men'yML's 'Bring the Rain: Thini
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'Praise You in this Storm:
KI Y Dallas API )/M1 ) Mike Prendergast
think the p.i..in i is still then but that sometimes
little caution is sarr.n fed." I hen .are Jcfiiiitelc
ùnws schrn tau hear something and you think.
. Ih.at% a hit; he says.- heu then' .an times you
miss on something you thought for sure it sas
K( :MS Seattle MI ) Sarah 7:tylor says she: incnJibly pr%siuuatc .boot the nuasic." In fact.- she
uys.'it is the lyrics and the .artists silo inspire
me the most. Ihr lyrics often bring me back to
s hat life i. all .about and .chat Gaol has purposed
/f ate. he artists share their lives and their.motions. nInch m.pirr. lilt to Jo Ilk' 'AMC.l'.ison Jrlinnrlc t nit's out na nna.ir mccting.
especially it the PI /and MI ) don't .agar un .a saug.
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year.- hr
there son'n't many mini( meetings sehen he
really hears a smash. "Maybe a coupit. toners .i
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hour to say it. but I gxent all of ;t minutes listening to new music last seek:' ( :ouchni.ui saws.
"The nest of any time ss.s Ixnt nt unr of the other
tktieu arras I'm responsible for.Prendergast. n ho dunks it: iinlxmrt.uit to vet .side
time to listen to muusic, has Ins oss n s+ludon. 'l haw
.1 lung commute
to cork. ss hicI in itself may not
lx a good thing. but that give. Inc tune to listen to
.a kit of mess music in the t ir:'h' sass. K(
kw
listens on the sway Ihome. ''I'nt usually pretty tined at
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What Women Want
After log ing
mhauv
consistent run
nn
e.tn ill
the market
the fi,rnt.tt and
here
granumihng, ( :ampxn feels she can
nu.unets to the p.trtp.
lint and fiawl
she's
\s ith
inns pro
bring certain
ot, she tinder-
staid, hon.- the female
inane' \works." We're always
getting ribbed Axone not Lien mg htnv guys
think:' she sys." I think then', a nnsnnceill nu that
First -time, female, Hispanic PD ready to rule L.A. country
It a
female is in charge. all
paps
Minority Report
of a
sudden. the station
pink:'
For the lint dine in history. there's a set
fìm.dc contender for president and a female commander of tine international spare .t.uion. (:.uuos points out.
p
'Iifty
percent of the nation is single: there
lot of \\ omen staying home and onaking dinner or just caring for kid,:' Radio should
start reflecting the current situation. she ìmists.
aren't
.'l'tol+lr
.ire people. and they \v.uht inti,rmation
and great nnlsit. hh.u'. not s.n\'ing men r.m't pro -
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,Ilya Campos remembers the exact moment that Saul Levine,
owner of Mt. Wilson Broadcasters' KKGO ((:o Country) /Los
Angeles. asked her to become the station's PI ). Her eyes welled
tip,and Levine asked if everything.seas OK. "I said they were tears
of joy:' (;:unlxr recalls. "It's a big deal to me because I had just
celebrated nn 3 ti year in radio?' She also remembers Sept.
17. her first official day as l'I ), sVilich Was just six months and tìve days after her first
official (lay at KK( iO. March 12. And that milestone was 12 years. one month and
final- days after she started her country career on Feb. 7, 1994. at KZLA /Los Angeles.
was 'Irving to ( yet ( )per You' by Vince (gill ;' Campos says of the first song she
played on that t itefìtl day
It
I
Irr %error into tumor cone
-1 hr question in the hack of listeners minds
six pear,. three
mouths.rod six ein. Ater she initially sei Root an Los
Angele. o I ( )rt. I, I')ttï. Ihr do of the Whittier
I('alu.l earthquake,arthehake ('.onyx,. sus. Ixp.}tung to Ix
they had it and they lost it.- She says that as a sail;
KKGO is keeling happy al out the return, not to
,hvrnitp of Inn Angeles.
.tnvaMy the rannt c h.tllenging tint roll-
the cyer- gnn%II g ethnic
is
Meat for Country radio in the United States. It%
euuoated that in less than .t decade. C.mcasians
\\ Ito .ire esst Ith.dly the hacklose of con country
listeners
o
III by.
languages spoken in
teh.u, ?tnnn
I
.A.
Campo.. herself .t I Ii.p.mic tem.lc. is .1 hi-stunk. I'I ) nil the nation'. second-largest radio mar-
ket.
se..
It:
atom
\-
.n
beseel
picked
:
voun douag (
sup..
sning.'It's her tint time programming:
country'
Campus laughs about the interesting set of
(sent, th.0 h.oe t ranspired. ..If you told me a year
a}pI ttxlay there \yould he another country station in I_A.. that I'd be the l'I) and that Garth
Books .could Ix nut of retirement %with a single
on tine Chart. I would have ..0 i.'yyah..md then
lag dtal."You have peo-
ple oatcluug %eh.tt
I
mention fortunate. "'Mt.Wils n Broadcasters' n,dIy Ixlit%e in this f
at. and that: .1 great feeling.
I hey could ha\e picked any other format, but they
itnumlxn I
In I hspanie.. swho
make up I11.7
of the mrtno, acconhng to Arbilron. Not only that. but Spanish is oil, our of more
\
\okc
up..
/lut . Am, interesting is that Campxn..ts a member of the Country Itadio Broadcasters' agenda
.hc pang to Lill oil her race?'
.. I he n: a litte hit of pressure. she ad
s,
adding. "hut I kross that it I lidernst everything 1%-c
tunuuittce.Is spearheading
learned .und \\ hat ho. Ixen through iu all
torm.tts I've %worked lint. hopp lath, \sell
\s0111en
Is
of rile
is
'Will this go away no
I lilt the advantage fixKK( (),(:amp°.Ilelie es,
is that cone country fins in L.A. Weill to lx rnhhrxmg the fionn.0 non: hilly than lxfore. 1pc.ua.a
challenged on her "Italia M.tn " -hkr nknaon.
KK( a( ) started ton scratch early this sear .mud
"euch
March Called
"W
.I
pan(I lair (:I&S 3') in
an to Woman :'
File session \VIII exauune Careen Of succt.stitl
the radio and record industries and let
I
attendees network with Iemale cxecutivls. "1 see
.1 lot of great females that
could ...oily program
rer.tul station.'
country. %/a non.ion.- (:.uop.). whys. "Ihit ryery time
a programming opening, I newer hear
female included in the group of names i entioned. °I hat dtxsn't make .ens to her." In most
.1
there:
A Better Appreciation
In the sake of
,ountr
outside
last )Vacs
K/I A,
for
( ..nhpxn felt
it's
high - profile flip from
natural to \\Vander
if
.u pn uns or exp et talons tit am the
%%orld
a
for KK(:O. -Ye. rod
.1
markets. the target listener is a female. and it
stomps me as to why more 'women aren't hold-
ing do\%o PI
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positiotn...tcros the country."
grain for women, but women knows lions .%omen think.'
Another ingortant element of the eyu.uion nor
(:.unpin in this now role is her hispanic ha: kground. there's bee, plenty of conversation this
year about how cola itr radio can protect itself
Ivy attracting a portion of the burgeoning
tinmyide i h,p.tnir population. "Country radio
right now is having a knee-jerk ractiom, thinking use have to change everything to lure
I
lisp.
. she says.
.flout I hspanics. ('.uulot of them don't speak English.- In fact, the opposite can Ile true. "tiring
I-Iisp.mir. get .1 couple nnag,a7ine. I'd lo%'c to Ix
A huge misconception
Pantpos
'If you told
me a year
ago today
there would
be another
country
station In
L.A., that I'd
be the PD
and that
Garth
Brooks
would be
out of
retirement
with a single
on the chart,
I would have
said, "Yeah,
and then I
woke up." '
Io.
says. is
"that
a
1
to real. but
in Spanish.'
Able
I
moiler
Mrans they're written
( Amex,. Agness with the notion that similar
valor systenhs. such a. ingortance of f.unily, .nn
potential common threads for country radio and
Iispanii fistrurn. But she adds. "A lot of them
don't vrniure to hip ueighlorhtxxl, .rod tend to
t.n elustered to their families even it:thty earn a
,ix- figure st.iry and drive a Merced%,- lien,.ihts
I
to homy"
There are opportunities in Spanish-speaking
urighlwrhtmods and businesses. Campo,. ',chews.
"Maylx country radio should venture into anise
nrighlorhnkxls and \Ay.'We're here for sou. We
don't kntnw it you'll like its or not, l'ut we 'w.nht
you to krnnv .seen .n.nilal,Ie: "
st.q clone
First Things First
I Irlping females attain high -pfile programming
positions and tackling the I Ii.panit issar is .t lot
to take on .when %ou'\e only been on the job fior
less than ts%u mouths. Ehe first order of I,usime.s
for (:,uopo. is KKG(1 and its immediate ch.llengt..'',t nerd to get out to As nutty iv( ple a.
pxnsible.-she sas-s.
A lot of listeners simply arvu't a%van that tilt
nr.trlw S- month -old station exist.. (:.opt os believe.. An
her priorities fior 2011s are "no let
thou know se's .n ne%' and ehtennt station %%ith
our own Identity.' she \A,.
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FOR WEEK INOING OCTOBER
212007
NOVEMBER 2,
2007
AC/HOT AC
Edison Media Research VI'
of music and prog Sean Ross countered that TV is helping pop songs gain trac
more quickly and
gra
of artist ownership. Who
will own the adult music like KT hinsullAmy
Wined
se and Snow Patrol?" he asked. "The
A(: and hot A(: formats are closer than ever.
What; the center lane ?"
I brought up the dichotomy of how hot A(:
raised the quest.
One last look as the convention fades like the sunset
the new top 411 in so
markets. but they than
also seeing an influx of singer/songwriters.
Mark Edwards. who programs AC KEZK and
is
R&R '07: The Final
is
hot AC KYKY (VW) St.
Recap
them really aren't
responded that
1-
"A(:- only" records any
"We're playing Fergie on KEZK. and the listeners don't care that its Fergie:" he said. "Stop
-if
being PI )s and listen like a listener
its
melodic and adult -ling and it tits, who
tares who it's by? At the end of the day. A(: is
still made up of mostly library -based st
."
I k advised soaring titles and looking for new
Keith Berman
for finding new music but stnsstd that its
important to brand artists s
-Uy. bringing up
eve
K [email protected] loand Records. cole
Girl I )on't (:n: not
'London Bridge. Adults still want to fear hest
1114C, dill' too i .IM:m want to hem-Jessie: Girl: "
Neal Sharpe. PI ) of hot A(: /ulk hybrid
WIN( (107.1) the Link) /( :harlt)tte, explained
that while his station is personality-hand and
only plays music sporadically during the (day (and
exc hKnely after III p.m. and on weekends). it has
actually nude the Link:
sic pos.
stronger.
Fergie again: "It'll be 'Big
months in the making, so it's only right that we give
Mthe information that came out of R&R Convention '07
Ienough of a forum so everyone can benefit from it ...
although if you didn't attend, you missed out on sonic great
moments and seeing old friends (and making new ones). Last
week, I took a look at the adult formats session "Keeping
Adults on the Radio,' moderated by R &R industry executive of the year and
all around great guy Mike McVay, president of McVay Media.
t was
"Because we (don't play as
h
the
wr do play sund out. and It culuntes our
amerce'
nt value." he said. "Play the right
songs and make a hipster impact :'
sonpn
This week. I'll polish off the convention recap
by going (v1.1* what happened at the twu AC: and
hot AC sessions. "BTW. What's Up With Your
Web Site?" and "Which Pan of the Radio o reo
Is More Delicious?"
In the first. moderated by JeWMcl lugh. PI) of
KRSK (I11S-I the Buzz) /Io)rtland.O e.. a panel
of Internet- .md test h-nurketing exports discussed
how radio can extend its brand by taking full
advantage of the Internet. text messaging. a -mail
marketing and database
g.
Lint oft: Amy Van Hook of Liquid C
pass
(55 Mich provides strea
g and interactive services) and Reg Johns of Mass2Onc Media (which
works with stations on database marketing) retnded going outside the radio industry to
see what other companies are doing to reach their
customers.httildbrand loyalty and Firing in NTR.
of
bile marketing senpnnider HipCric ket. advised that stations can
ovena lack Of mllne and manpower by tapping local high school and colleges to recruit
erns who are tech- sassy, passionate and willIvan Braiker. CEO
ices
ing to work on their Web sites.
Van Hook and Johns rev
)led social networking and Ntlw¡ng. "Liseners want to see and
know more about the talent:' Johns said. "They
want to hear what the jocks think about vinous
1..11(5. IloxksI can put extra content online that
they couldn't say on air. "Van Htok concurred:
"It also Crates r
unlior. C
ding
people to their favorite radio station with your
brand in the center.That%extremely valuable:'
Johns had an interesting metaphor for radio and
NOVEMBER 2, 2007
technology:"Inlagitw wou'se got this 31111 -pound.
b- fixe -lt-inch fiotb.dl player and a midget.
Somehow this midget who knows karate is bringing the football player to his knees. I see the tixthall player
as mass media and the midget as the
people. What's the fixothall player to del? Leans
karate. Clear Channel. which is the bi est radio
pmoup in the free
world,
is at lx-st a
S23 billion
company. Gex>gfe. which stand filer years
ag41. is
hilt Wlut part don't you get? Advertising
our business, and we need to learn s
karate.
Send the gaff to school. We are in .1 r.ICC:'
Lincoln Financial Media manager of interactive media T
Jackson ha
rod home the
overall messaging of the session: There's a misguided not'
hat those who listen to older for
mats are not interested in going online tier their
sta
. "You're letting your stereotypes tome
into play
h too much:' pee sad. "They're
investing online. They'll C
tu your site if
there: e
pilling info. Many stations cony[ sec
the need to ims>s in their sites. so the numbers
aren't there. and its a self- fulfilling prophecy."
At the second session. things quickly got started as the panel (moderated by yours truly) got
down to the business of discussing the formats
changing musical landscape,
e, the role of personality and A(:% annual laud rush to be the tint to
play Christmas music. When the subject of TV's
role in exposing sings to adults was discussed.
Island Iht Jalons Laura Curtin cited "Greys
Anet
and "Ánerican Idol" as giving some
artists a litige advantage--and. some
stiff c petition
the radio marketplace.
S15U
1
.
is
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Greg Dunkin of Wile-Richaul -I ktxvan
"the Fnshmaker ") red
tided that
radio create sutionality by sit'
g ownership of
the music it pl ns. "It doesn't mean even' current.
but look for the mono that stet you span from
other fionnats. Me
g the importance of
artist visits. Sharpe and )u11kin recalled when
Anna Natick showed up at their statinos ill a van
and gave a riveting performance. then hung
with the staff: Apparently. this is the kind ofthing
that pukes artists stick out in PI )s' minds .
With Christmas approaching, attentions are
tur g to A(: sta
and when they'll start
g
g all -Christmas -and turn into ratings jug gernauts. The panel discussed how to counterprogram this. including going personality-bawd
like the Link.
"1 wouldn't too it just to ci unterpmgranl against
Christman music:' Sharpe said."Tisu surion% hen
in Charkxte battle it out fior the Christmas ratings. and we always have a good ecendxr. but I
wouldn't rev
end Cooing it unless )sea plan on
blowing up your sea
alud going more in dut
direction in January:*
(aka
Curtir
-
1
McHugh
flow
ss early
is
too early? Edwards, who .ICttlalls
programs against hinnelf when KEZK goes all
Christmas andY98 stays hot A( :. said research tends
to indicate that estiu if a station goes early, people
don't want to hear holiday music until after
'Ihanksgiving. "We're ready to go on I I.Illoscen
111 t.ls MneYxle else gives. but we cm
the 1)..1
u.u.11hv
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the market. and we'r pnp.ared"
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station's
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radio won into line %with similar measurement methodology in
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.IgelICIL. better communicate with their clients to help thew under
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fill
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in July. and tunic 23 -54 nearly doubled in thn months. But the big story in l'hilalpliia
is compression. llnwvn s. s. While the top live satiohn an: in une category.those ranked
sis through 12; vary only M 11.3 -ti. ,.U.isd un UMW grin% th. wr Cali market ourselves,
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your station's imaging and creative elements
top five errors that programmers
make when contemplating their
stations' imaging and creative
needs, and simple solutions to
what they want to their voi,
peraon /imaging producer. People
hesitate to ask for what they
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people are eager to please, so ask
for exactly what you want. After
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all, you're paying for it, right?
Inside Imaging
Forgetting that it's all about
the music. k's not about the
station: It's about the music.
Imaging and promos that are
about the music keep the station
Vangyhe
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and all formats in between, Rich VanSlyke has his hands on
the pulse of the ever- changing world of imaging and creative. Since 2001 the 20 -year radio production veteranWK LS/Atlanta and WCMF /Rochester, N.Y., are among the
stations he's worked for-has operated Rich VanSlyke Voice
Guy (richvanslyke.com), an imaging and creative production company that
now wrves more than 40 radio clients.
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before -- struck up a conversa
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creative. We also discussed what pr og
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look for when selecting a "voice" for their staand the potential
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receiving a good quality product on tinne.
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make it easy And 'easy' means 'well done' dry
voice or production that does not have to he
changed or revised.'
It also means doing things quickly and accurately, and ge
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voice people:'VanSlyke says.
While things Tike imaging and creative being
delivered on tine. being on budget and all
expectations being met seem like °Mious progununer "wvnts:'VanSlkc says there are things
progra nunen should absolutely seek out when
selecting their station voice.
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Clear Channel rock WEBN/Cincinnati's latest billboard campaign, illustrated above,
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Slyke says. "What is
your vision for the
radio station? Does
We are the
station you grew up with or
We are the party station "?
Once you know what the
focus on the reason people listen
to music outlets.
Not using the Web. POs should
use the Web to listen to other
stations if they want to find
different ways to deliver the
message. It's also useful for finding
other voice professional Web sites.
message is, make sure every
promo has the same underlying,
between- the -lines message. Get
creative. Don't just give away a
snow mobile, give away a "Sled Zeppelin" if that fits your
station. Its as simple as
having the right attitude.
PDs don't communicate
Forgetting to have fug' Be playful
and make fun of yourself. And if
you need to learn how to do that,
watch Stephen Cobert's The
Colbert Report" on Comedy Central.
He is constantly telling people what
a great show he has,
but he's also
having fun while he's doing it.
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your voice person sound like he or she fits?
Does this person exemplify the kinds of
things that your radio station is all about ?"
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sta
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should have a lot of that in his or heraoice and
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imaging. I don't think
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stress that it's just a trend. and I've seen this
trend go hack and forth over many years. The
pendulum will eventually swing hack to being
more
re creative and engaging. which will mean
and sweepers.'
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Both approaches work well. he says."Shortwork because you get hack to music
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listeners.'
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on customizing itself to the
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scarcity of new pop hits. a F
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stations in the United States and differences in
sisal tastes from one region to
another. Label execs. meanwhile. say it's an overall conservative clinute at radio.
Universal Music La
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VI' of marketing and AMR Walter Kolm isn't buying the argt -nt that then is a shortage of pop hit material. "There are a lot of pop
hits. The problem is that pop stations in the United Stites are not promoting them :'
he says. Nielsen% Music Control (the Mexican equivalent of Nielsen BI )S) documents the
of pop hits in Mexico. and them are plenty
in other Latin jAmerican c
s. Kohn says. But with so few pop sta
in the U.S., those hits
don't hoe a chance. And its nos because they aren't priorities for the labels but
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The light at the end
of the tunnel
may be pop stations in Texas, such as Liberman
Broadcasting's KTCY (X0)/Dallas, which gives new music a chance, according to
Ramírez. Then there are the Digital stations (Border Media farmers' pop
KRIO /San Antonio and KXXS /Austin) and the Exa oudets (MVS Radio's pop
XHPX /EI Paso and XGLX /San Diego). In addition, former' Clear Channel Latin
rhythm outlets KLOL (Mega) /Houston and WMGE (Mega) /Miami have gone pop,
and some existing Latin rhythm stations, such as KVIB (Latino Vibe) /Phoenix, play
some pop tunes, Ramirez says.
Uni Radio pop XHFG (Pulsar) /San Diego PD ElvisValle says that right now,
there is no shortage of pop hits to choose from. "There are many new artists-
that hit it big only
a
few years ago and have now become core artists for sta-
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I he problem is mot-old. according to Santon Latin Media president José Santos.
who consults Entnvision Radio% pre
pop outlet. KSSIì (Síiper Estrella) /Lon
Angels. among others. There an: lisser pop su
especially on the West Coast.
where the mg.
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pop stations are not playing the right music to create a w'
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Another factor is differences in reg'
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mationall: "It% a very complicated issue. and it gets
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platform to he No. L lie very selective On which songs will be hits na
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trends from Mexico. an advantage for stations like Pulsar.
Even when market competition forces most stations to walk
on the conservative side. Valle says sta
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feu
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because Mexican-owned stations don't rely as heavily on research
as their U.S. counterparts do.
According to Santos. new pop artists need
exposure on
radio. TV and in print. especially on the West (:oast. "Only a
select tw new artists have made it. and it's because they have
tone far and beyond to expose themselves:' says Santos. citing
La 5ta Estación as a perfect example. But he questions what has
been done for other artists, such as Kalituba or Brlanova.
"lielanova's song 'Baila Mi Corazón' is great. but it does not have
enough exposure.'
Santos says pop music and the pop format have a bright
future, but it is time to find the next Ricky Martin.Juancs and
Shakira. "It is as much the responsibility of labels as of radio to
develop new acts. If we don't do it, the format could eventually go stale."
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my career. I hung out there and tried to talk
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identity
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list Of the great people who influenced nn in
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programming
of what
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Johnson
NOVEMBER 2, 2007
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Featuring Dave Burchett
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Performance by Paul Baloche & Kathryn Scott
Emmy Award -winning television sports director.
author and Christian speaker Dave Burchett will open
the Summit with his unique blend of humor. compassion. insight and honesty He is the author of 'When Bad Christians
Happen to Good People" and -Bring'em Back Alive -A Healing Plan
For Those Wounded by the Church." He and his
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10:15- 11:38am GENERAL SESSION
Facing The Facts About New Media
Internet radio, satellite radio. podcasis social
networking sites and other forms of new media that
compete for listeners attention surround terrestrial
radio This panel will cover not only how to compete
with new media. but now to use new inedia to promote your radio station and engage the new- mediasavvy listeners of today.
Moderator. Mark Adkison. EMI CMG VP of digital
strategy & development. Panelists: Alan Mason. Goodratings Strategic
Services partner. Scott Lindy. Sirius director of country programming:
Joe Galante. Sony BMG chairman
11:45am- 1:30pm LUNCH
Sponsored by Word Entertainment
Performances by Mark Schultz Stellar Kart Cadia
1:45-2:45pm GENERAL SESSION
One Step Closer To The Truth: Arbitron's PPM
Arbdron will host this session to bring you up to speed on the latest
PPM information. including the most recent numbers from PPM
markets. and some of them may surprise you. PPM is definitely changing the way programmers think. Well find out why. what they're doing
differently and how its working.
3:00- 5:OOpm GENERAL SESSION
Radio And Records Group Therapy
Performance by Justin Unger
Co-sponsored by Heights Music Group and ONdO Entertainment
This panel is back for the third year in a row by popular demand.
Panelists from the Christian radio community and from the Christian
record community will discuss what's most important to their community right now. With interaction from audience members. well all
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Sponsored by EMI-CMG
Performances by Mandisa. Matthew West. Britt Nicole. Robbie Seay.
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7:15pm CLUB R&R (White)
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Sponsored by Provident Label Group
Performances by Michael W Snuth.Leeland.
Brandon Heath. Kelly Pease. Matt Maher
president Panelists: Mike Novak. EMF Broadcasting.
Grant Hubbard. EMI CMG: Dave Senes, WAY-FM: Derek Jones. Word
Records: Jim Kirkland. Blue Ridge Broadcasting: John Butler. Curb Records: Brian Dishon.
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11:45am- 1:30pm LUNCH
lead people to Christ.
Marlaraler. John Styli. Gospel Music Association
m REGISTRATION OPENS
wife. Joni. were also staff members of Campus
Crusade's Athletes In Action. To learn more about
Laura Mary
FRIDAY 11/16/07
1:45-2:45pm GENERAL SESSION
Brand Development Making The Big
Idea Happen
Sheri Warnke is a senior media and marketing executive with more than 25 years of national experience in
magazine publishing. national advertising. entertainment and music marketing. experiential marketing
and event promotion. If you've had big ideas but
have never been able to pull them oft. Sheri will let
you know how strategic partnerships with national
corporations or companies in your own community can help make
them happen.
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3:00- 4:OOpm GENERAL SESSION
Creating Powerful Radio
8:OOam- 5:OOpm REGISTRATION OPEN
Geller Media International president and 'Creating
Powerful Radio' author Valerie Geller will show you
how to get. keep and grow your audience by creating
8:30- 10:OOam KEYNOTE/BREAKFAST
Featuring David Nasser
Sponsored by INO Records
Performances by 33Moles. Addison Road. Laura Story
Author. speaker and minister David Nasser will
deliver the Friday morning keynote with his amazing
story of his family's escape from Iran when he was
just 9 years old. They moved to the United States.
where he struggled as a young man. then found Christ in college and
began sharing his story with others. Today he speaks to over 500.000
people a year Nasser also authored -Glory Revealed."
which was released along with the "Glory Revealed" CD.
and joined Third Days Mac Powell and other artists on
the -Glory Revealed tour.
powerful radio. Most importantly. she'll talk about
how to never lose a listener!
4:15- 5:30pm GENERAL SESSION
Christian Rate -A- Record'
Another populai panel returns for the third straight year as panelists
from radio and labels. as well as audience members. get to listen to
brand -new music. then rate each song using Broadcast Architecture's
Mix- Master digital dials. Panelists: Dan Michaels. INO Records. David
Pierce. K-LOW/Air 1: Andrea Kleid. EMI CMG. Scott Smith. WPOZ
Orlando
5:30- 7:30pm
R&R CHRISTIAN INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS DINNER
10:15- 11:30am GENERAL SESSION
The Slacker And The Spoiled:
Engaging Gen X & Y
Sponsored by INO Records
Performance by Fee
How can you attract and keep younger listeners tuned in to your
station? Well find out from one of the top experts in this field. The
Intelligence Group. a division of Creative Artists Agency that focuses
on consumer insights and trend forecasting. They will first explain
what these two very different generations want and then
share how Christian radio stations and record labels can
meet those needs in a way that will resonate and have a
lasting impact.
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Performances by MercyMe. Caedmons Call. The Afters. Skillet
R&R Christlas Industry Achievameat Awards
Once aggro this year. awards will be presented for stations of the year in all market sizes. plus PD. MD and personalities of the year. Well also crown labels and record
promoters of the year as nominated and voted on by you
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