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901. 1965-11-22-BC-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... R. F. Van Wickle, H. J. Geist, R. P. UHF -ultra high frequency. unl. unlimited visual. w- watts. - hours. VHF -very high frequency. vis. educational. surance Group. and 26% stockholder of Buttercup Foods Inc. Mr. Keenan is vice president of Storz Brewing Co. Ann. Nov. 5. Norfolk, Va. Edmund D. Baydnsh. UHF channel 39 (620 -626 mc); ERP 247 kw vis. Leonard, R. L. Norton (each 21.6 %) , M. L. Tiers (9.1 %) , S. E. Schwartz ( ...
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... friendly. In the past, employers seldom considered families. changing names. "How do they do Gates board with rotary pots. Au- Today, it's important that you do so, because many employees emphasize taking to the seas in honest -to-God pi- that?" and, "Listen to this!" Storz, tomax and Volumemax. Intros, outros, being involved parents. If you want them present and focused, you've got rate radio ships (imagine broadcasting McClendon, Drake .. and Chuck ramps, talk-ups. False endings, records to accommodate their needs at home with flexible scheduling. under the worst possible conditions ...
27 Aug 2015  -  165k
... ethereal 1955 afternoon man, Ken spots. Overall impressions of the air a secret number during a pro- promotion, the $20 check. A pro- mo ran on the air, telling listen- ers they should send in $20 to the 33 Burkhart. "KOWH was the first CHR owned by Todd Storz. We were spot was that the mystery loca- tion was Egypt. It wasn't was Mexico. -it mo, and the winning caller had to identify the number and could choose any of the packages. The station and that they would be In those days, if you a daytimer, but had a 60 ...
27 Aug 2015  -  104k
... July 1, Mon. 9:30-10 p.m. * * * * thru Young & Rubicam Zenith to sponsor one-fourth . . . of NCAA football games on NBC-TV in fall General Radio station sales and transfers approved by FCC: , . . Foods to sponsor Danny Thomas Show on CBS-TV next KOWH, Omaha, by Todd Storz group to Wm. F. Buckley season, Mon. 9-9:30 p.m. taking time period being vacated Jr.’ s National Review, for $822,500 (Vol. 13:13) . WLAY, by I Love Lucy at end of June American Home Prod- Muscle Shoals, Ala. by Michael R. ...
16 Dec 2018  -  123k
905. 1965-10-11-BC-OCR-Page-0081 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Action Oct. I. to petitions for reconsideration. Action Birmingham, Ala. to receive in evidence Oct. 1. Sept. 28. its Exhibit 1A, cancel Oct. 4 further hear- ing, and close record in proceeding on AM By Hearing Examiner Elizabeth C. Smith Actions by the FCC application of Storz Broadcasting Co. Granted petition by The Superior (WTIX) , New Orleans, and afforded time Broadcasting Corp. for leave to amend its Commission on Sept. 27 granted petition to Nov. 1 to file proposed findings and to application for new TV to operate on chan- by Midwest Radio -Television Inc. ( ...
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906. BC-1960-04-18-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... no. 3 of WYTI Inc. expected operating costs of station for the Vinton, Va. in proceeding on their am ap- Granted joint petition by Mount Wilson first year. Action April 8. plications et al. and closed record. Action Fm Bcstrs. Inc. (K BCA ) , Los Angeles, Denied petition by Storz Bcstg. Co. April 7. Freddot Ltd. (KITT) San Diego, bo , Cali- an (KOMA) Oklahoma City, Okla. for leave Granted petition by Broadcast Bureau fornia, and continued evidentiary hearing to amend its am application and rejected and extended to April 22 time to file pro- scheduled ...
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907. 1965-10-11-BC-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Mr. Goodman Mr. Sarnoff He was named director of sales The new presidents, who will also assume office Jan. 1, are Walter D. KcMO Kansas City, Mo. as salesman. planning for radio network in 1956, Scott, NBC -TV; Stephen B. Labun- Later he served at Todd Storz sta- became VP of NBC in 1959 and ski, NBC Radio; Raymond W. Wel- tions WHB Kansas City and wDGY was made general manager of NBC pott, NBC -owned stations; William Minneapolis. His first network expe- Radio in 1960. R. McAndrew, NBC News, and rience was ...
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908. 1959-08-31-BC-OCR-Page-0103 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Radio Station WRIM, phone 682 or 683 to oin radio or radio -tv staff. Box 401P, Personality dj -Good ratings in market Pahokee, Florida. BROADCASTING. over one million with medium station. Four years experience. College grad. Will go Chief engineer, rood salesman and capable Program director available September 15th. Storz or format. No hurry. Box 402P, announcer, desires permanent position. 10 years radio production, programming BROADCASTING. Presently employed as manager and chief. both networks and independents. Give me 6 years experience, both directional and a liberal hand with programming and super- Young experienced, hard working announc- ...
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... . Trendle. Kalamazoo — J. E. Fetzer. Producers-Directors category, 105 names, in which we find — MISSOURI: St. Louis Elzey Roberts. the names of Louis G. Cowan, now pres, of CBS-TV; J. D. — NEBRASKA: Lincoln J. W. Seacrest. Omaha Todd Storz. — Wrather Jr. Desi Arnaz, John Guedel, Mark Goodson, NEW JERSEY Princeton H. M. Bitner. : — NEW YORK: Buffalo — G. F. Goodyear. John H. Norton Jr. New Larry Spivak & W. S. Todman, all of whom won their — York City ...
16 Dec 2018  -  133k
910. 1961-08-28-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... director DJ in every market. Journalism college tape on request. Box 770G, BROADCAST- available on or before September 20. First graduate, strong on news and sports. Ready ING. phone (no maintenance) , 23, draft-exempt, for bigger market, better pay. Box 780G, 7 years experience including Storz and McLendon background. Buz Baxter, 6717 BROADCASTING. Good commercial and news voice. Experi- Pre- Latta, Dallas, Texas. EVergreen 1 -6589. enced station and agency copywriter. Program-Production manager. Seek large fer quality, adult programming tape station. Negro announcer, first phone, beginner. or small ...
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911. 1959-10-05-BC-OCR-Page-0126 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the stronger will become the argument for artifical all on the menu. For what Mr. Caniff seems to be saying is limitation of competition. that people aren't going to look at "challenging" programs It is an argument that has often been heard, and some- anyway. times from unexpected sources. At the Storz Station disc Then why all the fuss? jockey convention last spring, Gordon McLendon, one of the We don't agree with this chatter for a moment, any more most successful competitors in radio, publicly spoke out for than any reasonably observant man can believe that television legislation to permit no more stations in a market ...
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912. BC-1960-04-18-OCR-Page-0114 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - gional. Nice profits. $87,500 29 % - ment or management. Over 25 Texas single regional. Making money. Production -Programming, Others years in radio and tv manage- $49,500 29% -Texas single fulltimer. ment, sales, national, local. In black. $49,500 29% -West Coast STORZ -STORZ-STORZ rod roddy Box 161A, BROADCASTING. fulltime regional. Excellent profits. Dominate in entire area. $367,500 Rocky Mt. single regional. Money - ex-starx executive maker. $42,750. Terms. PATT Mc- now entertaining offers for air, man- DONALD CO. Box 9266, Austin, agement, or ...
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... years ago. This was the "International Radio had time to hear from only one delegate to the convention Programming Seminar & Disc Jockey Convention" last — Stan Richards, ex-jockey at radio WILD Boston. He May 29-31 at Miami Beach's Americana Hotel, sponsored . testified his hotel expenses — including $117.42 for some by Storz Stations. The agenda & proceedingsj were head- new sports clothing — was paid for by United Artists, and lined by one Miami newspaper as "Babes, Boozfe & Bribes." that he saw "nothing wrong" with that. Richards also . The Subcommittee recessed for a long Lincoln Day • said he ...
17 Dec 2018  -  127k
... — agenda a fun-& -frolic convention there The House Commerce last May, when record manufacturers picked up more than DISC JOCKEYS ARE SQUIRCHING': $100,000 worth of tabs (Vol. 16:7 p6) . Legislative Oversight Subcommittee, which helped put Jack L. Sandler, gen. mgr. of Storz Stations' WQAM "payola" into common American usage and has learned Miami and vp of the radio chain which was official host at what "freebies," "hype" and "break-out" "lay-on," the convention, was served with a Subcommittee subpoena mean to disc jockeys,added "squirching" to its ...
17 Dec 2018  -  106k
915. 1965-09-13-BC-OCR-Page-0014 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... union's basic tion of Broadcasters; Senator Carl T. Cur- tis (R - Neb.); FCC Commissioner Robert E. Lee; Frank Stisser, president of C. E. Hooper Inc. New York; George W. (Bud) Sept. 15-Meeting of board of governors Armstrong, executive vice president, Storz of New York chapter of The National Stations. Blackstone hotel, Omaha. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, ne President Sonny Fox presiding. Overseas Sept. 19 -21- Annual fall meeting and elec- Press Club. tion of officers of Louisiana and Mississippi Sept. 15 -18 -12th annual CBS Radio Affili- ...
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916. 1961-07-17-BC-OCR-Page-0080 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - engineer and technical research director Jack S. Sampson, TV Asheville, N. C. of Radio Pulsebeat News, Jamaica, N.Y. general manager of succeeding Saul KOMA Oklahoma Rosenzweig, who re- Jerry Grove, WIBG Philadelphia news City, elected vp of signed to join KPLR- director, elected president of UPI Storz Broadcasting TV St. Louis, as vp Broadcasters of Pennsylvania. Co. owners of and general manager Audrey Caughey Tittle, radio-tv in- KOMA. He previous- Mr. Bernstein ly was sales manager (BROADCASTING, July structor at U. of Florida, appointed 10) . Mr. Bernstein served as national women's ...
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... , NCTA Pres. Dalton FM-STEREO SHOWCASE, Friendly Frost's 24-hour WTFM in N.Y. reports, summing up developments since he has headed cable area, begins programming with all-outcampaign for broadcaster- operators' organization (p . 2) . trade cooperation. Station starts with 12 set makers as sponsors (p . 8) . STORZ SOCKED IN FORFEITURE CASE, FCC serving notice of UHF MARKET SLOW & steady, no seen in near future from by radio KOMA Oklahoma City for "willfully lift $10,000 liability or N.Y. market. All-channel set sales for 1961 lower than 1960, but repeatedly" violating rules (p . 3) . channel ...
17 Dec 2018  -  96k
918. Sponsor-1953-12-2-OCR-Page-0046.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... are apt to be a great deal more person- sound recommendations, tailored to dising department with ideas, and sup- al than information derived solely out that specific account's problems." ply station with display material for of market research. WXLW, Indianapolis, had this ad- the product advertised. Send along Todd Storz. general manager of vice: "Listen to local and regional information about the campaign to all KOW H, Omaha. Neb. feels that all too sales managers and get their station advertisers outlets, wholesale and re- often the agency's or advertiser's at- preferences. Buy saturation promo- tail." titude towards ...
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919. 1965-08-23-BC-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Examiner Walther W. Guenther to extend time to Aug. 13 to file replies to ment of CP from Mid -America Broadcast- issued initial decision looking toward re- oppositions to motion to enlarge issues in ing Corp. to South Central Broadcasting quiring Kenneth E. Miller, tr/as Kentown proceeding on AM application of Storz Corp. owned by John A. Engelbrecht Speedway and Hobbies, Garden Grove, Broadcasting Co. (WTIX) . New Orleans. (39.8%) , George F. Stoltz (39.6 %) , Leigh - Calif. to cease and desist from operating Action Aug. 11. man D. Groves (19.8 ...
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920. 1965-06-14-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... James D. Cunningham Clarke Broadcasting Corp. to enlarge issues Springfield, Va. denied petition by WGAY Designated Examiner Isadore A. Honig in proceeding on WHOO application. Action Inc. to enlarge issues. Members Nelson and to preside at hearings in proceeding on AM June 9. Pincock abstained from voting. Action June application of Storz Broadcasting Co. By memorandum opinion and order in 7. (WTIX) , New Orleans: scheduled prehear- proceeding on applications of Nebraska Granted petition by Vaughn-Hanssen ing conference for July 8 and hearing for Rural Radio Association (KRVN) Lexing- Co. Melbourne, Fla. and Cape Canaveral July 29. Action June 7 ...
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921. Sponsor-1960-02-1-OCR-Page-0069.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... switch, not only hy alone employs about 3,000) , Frozen Pies, Swanson's Tv Dinners^ the format was changed, but the call Omaha is far from a one-industry Cudahy products, Otoe Foods, Mer- letters as well. Thus, KOW H, the town. Indeed its balance of industry chant Biscuits, Storz Beer (brewed in father of today's Top-40. became is one of its strong points. The Omaha) and Metz Beer. KMEO, programing beautiful "Cam- Union Pacific R. R. is based in Oma- Best selling drug products: Col- eo Music." A full scale promotional ha. ...
07 Jul 2016  -  71k
... , who says building plans are being "final- Jackson; "The Coming of Color," by Edward Sellers, ized" and 1000 -ft. Parkersburg tower has been ordered. Broadcasting -Telecasting; "Independent, Alive & 1954," by Grantee Texas State Network, headed by Gene L. Cagle, Todd Storz, Omaha -Kansas City -New Orleans radio sta- also operates KFDA-TV, Amarillo, owns 40% of TV ap- tion operator. plicant for Waco and operates 5 Texas AMs. TSN chief For deducting TV "donations" from purses of boxers engineer Joseph B. Haigh will be station chief engineer. in televised ...
29 Jan 2016  -  83k
923. 1959-10-19-BC-OCR-Page-0118 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Placement transmission and recording. One of the top 10 markets 458 Peachtree Arcade A group programming position Atlanta, Ga. Degree of B.S. (or M.S.) A part -owner or equity arrangement Sam Eckstein JA 5 -4841 plus 2 to 5 years electronic Obviously, I'm not interested in: development & design ex- Storz or McClendon or Bartell or Star. perience required. And if, as you read this, you think I've FOR SALE Send resume to: eliminated everyone worth considering . . . Employment Manager Stations I'm not interested in you either. Box 926P, BROADCASTING. Well developed property, kilowatt, limited hours, central ...
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924. 1961-06-12-BC-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Howard, sole owner of ow and Comrs. Bartley and Ford dissented. Del Rio Bcstg. Co. to James D. Patterson Action June 1. (39 %) , Jack R. Crosby (51 %) and Julius KICN Denver, Colo. Granted transfer of control from Don W. Burden and Dorothy F. Storz to TV Denver, Inc. (KBTV ch. 9 Sadowsky Jr. (10 %) , d/b as Queen City Bcstg. Co. for $112,500. Mr. Patterson is mathematical data specialist; Mr. Crosby is 28.57% stockholder in Del Rio Tv Cable NEW CUE Denver); consideration $ ...
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925. 1961-06-12-BC-OCR-Page-0059 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... " fund raising job for Al- Robert N. Aylin. Dallas, for its outstanding contribution to public service and educational televi- sac's St. Jude Hospital project to aid KCIN Denver, Colo.: Sold by Don sion programming, through the series leukemia stricken American children. W. Burden and Dorothy F. Storz to of intercollegiate debates, Young Ameri- The station collected over $8,000 for 1'V Denver Inc. (KBTV [TV] Denver) ca Speaks, carried on WFAA -TV. the fund. Disc jockey Chuck Hamilton for $200,000 and agreement that Mr. broadcast for more than 85 consecutive Burden not compete for ...
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926. 1959-10-26-BC-OCR-Page-0126 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Fast -paced, personal- Avenue, Chicago 29, Illinois or call PRospect 8 -5338. Experience not necessary. No phone calls. WINK -TV, Fort Myers, Florida. ity dj. Five years experience. College grad. Colored. Beginner dj. Experience in sales, ETV -Must have 3 years experience as Prefer Storz or format. Now making $125. control board operation. Willing to travel. studio maintenance engineer. Excellent po- Box 956P, BROADCASTING. Telephone AC 2 -5846. Address -Mel Placide, sition in newly expanded 100 kw plant. 121 St. Nickolas Ave. New York 26, N.Y. Employment by November ...
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927. 1965-02-22-BC-OCR-Page-0116 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Minneapolis- tor Products Division St. Paul, as announcer on morning NEWS of International Tele- show, replacing Mort Crowley who Walter Sheridan, former special as- phone and Telegraph, joins loco( St. Louis. All stations are sistant to U. S. attorney general, joins joins industrial and licensed to Storz Broadcasting Co. NBC News, Washington, as special commercial depart- Lee Cannon, cen- correspondent. ments of DuMont Mr. Carney tral division manager Laboratories Division Patrick O'Reilly, producer of The of Fairchild Camera and Instrument of Screen Entertain- Big News at KNXT(TV) Los Angeles, ment Co. TV ...
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928. 1965-01-25-BC-OCR-Page-0009 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... would prefer changes in law that would Commission vote was 3 -1, with Com- man for KcMO Kansas City, Mo. be- permit commission to eliminate least missioner Lee dissenting and Commis- came commercial manager of KDUL promising applicants and then to direct sioners Kenneth A. Cox and Loevinger there, then moved to Todd Storz sta- remaining contenders to work out not participating. Chairman Henry and tions, starting as salesman for WHB merger arrangement, if possible. Commissioners Robert T. Bartley and Kansas City and becoming vice presi- Commissioner Lee Loevinger, with- Rosei H. Hyde constituted majority. dent and general manager of wDGY out ...
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929. 1964-11-23-BC-OCR-Page-0082 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Gross re- elected chair- to Colorado Senate. He was elected to state House in 1962 Joseph T. Schmidling, formerly own- man of executive committee. and, before buying Denver sta- er of agency in Des Plaines, Ill. joins Donald B. Pearce appointed assistant tions in 1959, was with Storz and Fletcher, Wessel & Enright Advertising, treasurer of National Association of Balaban station groups. St. Joseph, Mo. as account executive. Broadcasters, replacing William L. Wal- Jeraldine Freed, with KHQA -TV Han- ker, new director of NAB's department nibal, Mo. Quincy, Ill. named sales of broadcast ...
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... fairness in presenting re- Cheyenne; Ben Strouse, WWDC, Washington. At -large ligious radio programs.) St. Louis Telecast Co. 60% (1 -year terms): John M. Outler, WSB-TV & WSB, At- owned by Jesuit -operated St. Louis U, was applicant for lanta; Todd Storz, KOWH, Omaha; J. R. Livesay, WLBH, Ch. 11 there which FCC decided in Jan. to give to CBS Mattoon, Ill.; Merrill Lindsay, WSOY-FM, Decatur, Ill. (Vol. 13:3 ) . In contest for St. Louis license, competitor Ten-year ...
29 Jan 2016  -  77k
931. Sponsor-1960-03-3-OCR-Page-0050.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... " kind of xvriting tising agency one of the leading crea- client s money. With good, selling xvhich may dex'elop empathy that tive agencies in the radio/tv field — copy, channel the buyer s motivations reaches beyond the cold eye. an agency xvhich has helped to devel- op the image of the Storz stations, in terms of your station. Foment in- Originality means that you can for- Corinthian stations, WMT, Cedar creased consciousness and familiarity get the rules in most cases and let Uapids and many other successful xvith your call letters. Use slogans, your inspiration run. broadcasters. logotypes and a campaign ...
07 Jul 2016  -  62k
... . Party on NBC-TV starting July 1, Mon. 9:30-10 p.m. thru Young & Rubicam .. Zenith to sponsor one-fourth Radio station sales and transfers approved by FCC: of NCAA football games on NBC-TV in fall .. Foods to sponsor Danny Thomas Show on CBS -TV next General KOWH, Omaha, by Todd Storz group to Wm. F. Buckley season, Mon. 9-9:30 p.m. taking time period being vacated Jr. s National Review, for $822,500 (Vol. 13:13) . WLAY, by I Love Lucy at end of June ..American Home ,Prod- Muscle Shoals, Ala. by Michael R. ...
29 Jan 2016  -  77k
933. 1959-11-16-BC-OCR-Page-0070 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... on radio program- reproach programming. ming requires station managers to take ..but John M. Couric, NAB public rela- tions manager, chided Fort Worth and more interest in this phase of station op- eration, George W. Armstrong, execu- Denver delegates for their failure to tell tive vice president of the Storz Stations, told the Fort Worth radio session. He everybody the public about their impressive public service. Family Problem A personal concept said the sales curve will be in deep trouble if managers fail to watch their programming at least as carefully as of the quiz crisis was given Nov. 9 at else in the Texas ...
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934. 1961-05-01-BC-OCR-Page-0131 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . International for new class B fm station to modern version of the KICN Denver, Colo. -Seeks transfer of operate on 103.7 me in San Diego, Calif. very famous 44 -BX. It is control from Don W. Burden and Dorothy F. Comr. Bartley dissented and issued state- Ideal for every studio Storz to TV Denver Inc. Consideration $200, ment in which Chmn. Minow joined. Action use, especially live music 000. Principals are John C. Mullins (50 %) April 26. and Webb and Knapp Inc. TV Denver owns pickup. The BK -IIA is KBTV (TV) Denver. Ann ...
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935. 1964-10-19-BC-OCR-Page-0025 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... KXOK St. Louis Storz Broadcasting Co. announces the appointment of ROl RADIO SALES COMPANY as its national representative effective november 1, 1964 ...
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936. 1961-05-01-BC-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Broadcasting Anderson, W. N. Independent Television Author- Co. Washington ity, London, England Bauer, A. J. WINK Ft. Myers, Fla. Araki, Tsuneo, Tokyo Shibaura Electric Co. Lts. Baxter, Lionel F. Storer Broadcasting Co. Miami FEATURING: Kawaski, Japan Beach . HIGHER EFFICIENCY Armstrong, George W. Storz Broadcasting Co. Beach, Ross, KAYS Hays, Kan. . IMPROVED Kansas City Beadell, Walter, Gill- Perna, Chicago REGULATION Arnold, Russ, WTHI Terre Haute, Ind. Beard, Fred, WJDX-WLBT (TV) Jackson, Miss. . ADDITIONAL Arnoux, Campbell, WTAR Norfolk, Va. Beatty ...
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... G. W. Trendle. Kalamazoo- J. E. Fetzer. Producers -Directors category, 105 names, in which we find MISSOURI: St. Louis-Elzey Roberts. the names of Louis G. Cowan, now pres. of CBS -TV; J. D. NEBRASKA: Lincoln-J. W. Seacrest. Omaha-Todd Storz. NEW JERSEY: Princeton-H. M. Bitner. Wrather Jr. Desi Arnaz, John Guedel, Mark Goodson, NEW YORK: Buffalo-G. F. Goodyear. John H. Norton Jr. New Larry Spivak & W. S. Todman, all of whom won their York City-E. A. Accas, H ...
29 Jan 2016  -  90k
938. 1959-11-23-BC-OCR-Page-0120 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... at the risk of innovators seeming immodest) that I am one of them. Name: Bill Stewart. Background: RCA 10 kw fm transmitter with spare tubes, antenna and related equipment at sacrifice. Contact Hugh Holder, WKIX, in radio is .. 31/2 years with McLeondon, 3% years with Storz, now with the Star Stations, but choosing to part company for reasons unrelated to my work. I'm eager to tackle Raleigh, N.C. Background music operator: Two new con- tinuous playback tape decks mounted wired available to an assignment which can fully utilize my in rack. All accessories. WLIR, Garden ...
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939. BC-1960-12-05-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... CASTING. To: EXPERIENCED TELEVISION FILM SALESMEN Newsman- announcer with first class ticket, Experienced. Versatile. Dependable. Mid- west. $110 minimum. Box 239D, BROAD. From: Major Film Distributor With Hundreds of Feature Films CASTING. (Including Post 48) , Top Westerns, Half-Hours and Serials. Storz executive. Program director in major market now contract -free. Will travel for right deal. Top references. Contact Don Subject t Kelly, Sunset 4 -2924, Minneapolis. Opportunity to Represent Us as an Independent Sales Agent, in an Established Territory, With the Privilege of Repre- senting Other Allied Products. TELEVISION ...
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940. Sponsor-1960-07-1-OCR-Page-0007.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... "LOUISIANA PURCHASE" .. Now YOU can make sales history with the modern "LOUISIANA PURCHASE' NEW ORLEANS, LA. POWER: 5000 WATTS ON 690 KC PULSE: #1 IN 39 OF 48-/* HOURS'""a PROVEN SALES RESULTS See your EAST/man for details f } WTIX — THE STORZ STATION robert e. eastman & co. inc. representing major radio stations NEW YORK: CHICAGO: SAN FRANCISCO: DALLAS: ST. LOUIS: LOS ANGELES: DETROIT: 527 Madison Avet ue 333 N. Michigan Ave. Russ Bldg. 211 North Ervay Bldg. Syndicate Trust Bldg. Taft Building Book Building New ...
07 Jul 2016  -  49k
... 3 years ago. This was the "International Radio had time to hear from only one delegate to the convention Programming Seminar & Disc Jockey Convention" last -Stan Richards, ex -jockey at radio WILD Boston. He May 29-31 at Miami Beach's Americana Hotel, sponsored _testified his -hotel_ expenses-including_$117.42 for some by Storz Stations. The agenda & proceedings were head- new sports clothing-was paid for by United Artists, and lined by one Miami newspaper as "Babes, Booze & Bribes." that he saw "nothing wrong" with that. Richards also The Subcommittee recessed, for a long -Lincoln -Day said he had .received $ ...
29 Jan 2016  -  108k
... agenda-a fun-& -frolic convention there DISC JOCKEYS ARE `SQUIRCH'NG' The House, Commerce last May, when record manufacturers picked up more than Legislative Oversight Subcommittee, which helped put $100,000 worth of tabs (Vol.; 16:7 p6) . Jack L. Sandler, gen. mgr. of Storz Stations' WQAM "payola" into common American usage and has learned Miami and vp of the radio chain which was official host at what "freebies," "lay -on," "hype" and "break-out" the convention, was served with a Subcommittee subpoena mean to disc jockeys, added "squirching ...
29 Jan 2016  -  80k
943. 1964-08-03-BC-OCR-Page-0079 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , former general director of special projects for Metro manager of KOMA TV Sales and southern division man- Oklahoma City, ap- ager of Screen Gems. pointed to same post at wDGY Minneapolis- Eugene J. Hynes Jr. for past two St. Paul. Stations are years account executive at WCBS -AM -FM owned by Storz New York, joins United Artists Televi- Broadcasting Co. He sion, that city, in same capacity. Phil Mr. Trammell succeeds Richard H. Williams, formerly with Time Inc. New Harris, who resigned to become gen- York, as sales manager for March of eral manager of WBZ Boston (BROAD ...
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944. Sponsor-1960-07-1-OCR-Page-0006.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... as a claimant to the KCKN as script writer, music picker and JWT throne in recent years, was copy chief The outfield's loss was radio's not identified with anv New \ ork gain for m 1954. Ruth Meyer was ap- pointed continuity and promotional di- dynasty. To the contrary, he rose rector for Storz Station WHB in Kansas in the agency in the Pacific and in City, Missouri And in 1958. not quite as Detroit. After joining the agency \orman H. Strouse w ide-eyed as fiction would have it, Ruth in the later 1920's in San Fran- arrived in New Vork and set up shop at ...
07 Jul 2016  -  60k
... . Dalton FM -STEREO SHOWCASE, Friendly Frost's 24 -hour WTFM in N.Y. reports, summing up developments since he has headed cable area, begins programming with all-out campaign for broadcaster - operators' organization (p . 2) . trade cooperation. Station starts with 12 set makers as sponsors (p . 8) . STORZ SOCKED IN FORFEITURE CASE, FCC serving notice of UHF MARKET SLOW & steady, no lift seen in near future from. $10,000 liability by radio KOMA Oklahoma City for "willfully or N.Y. market All-channel set sales for 1961 lower than 1960, but repeatedly" violating rules (p . 3) . channel ...
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946. 1964-07-06-BC-OCR-Page-0029 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... DDB K &E 1.5 1.4 Tender Leaf tea Ted Bates JWT 2.5 1.75 Kaiser Jeep Corp. Compton NC &K 5.0 3.5 J. P. Stevens M -E FRC &H 1.7 0.57 Kratter Corp. Stokely -Van Camp Ruppert Knicker- Gumbinner- frozen foods Tatham -Laird Bozell-Jacobs 1.0 0.3 bocker Beer North Turnbull 2.0 1.0 Storz Brewing Co. BBDO L &N 0.8 0.3 Lehn & Fink Van Camp Sea Food Co. GB &B EWR &R 3.5 2.2 Noreen hair color Geyer, Morey William Wrigley Jr. Co. Kudner EWR &R 1.5 0.95 rinse Ballard F &S &R 0.5 0.38 Stri -Dex Manoff F &S ...
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947. BC-1960-11-14-OCR-Page-0063 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... CHICAGO (one week from today) Hyde and Robert T. Bartley dissenting, luncheon is expected to be one of the NOVEMBER 21 -22 was conditioned on the outcome of the convention highlights. Another will be EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL FCC's Sec. 317 (payola) investigation the Wednesday luncheon, with reports involving KXOK. Other Storz stations by NBC's newsmen. Richard A. Shaheen of our Chicago office who handles the Midwest and Ray V. Hamil- are WHB Kansas City; WTIX New Mr. Sarnoff, President Robert E. ton, Washington, D. C. office who covers the Orleans; WDGY Minneapolis-St. Paul; Kintner and ...
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948. BC-1960-02-15-OCR-Page-0058 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ." This, he said, is the way He said the hotel suspected one pro- of American business: "I do it for you motion planned by RCA Victor involved and you do it for me." gambling; warned RCA and the conven- He told the congressmen that "you tion sponsor, Storz Stations, that no haven't had much of a shake so far" gambling would be permitted. He said and added: "This is a great trip for he was assured gambling was not in- me." volved. He charged that newspaper stories He acknowledged record companies make disc jockeys "look like vicious ...
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... Gary Comer Logan Sellers Jack Reynolds "or Beth McKf an John Hill Jack Zander Earl Murphy Albert Rezek 1 Phyllis Robinson Bob Gage Mike Elliot Mike Elliot Music Makers lion Albert C. Book Marshall Stone Don tirrell 1, Jane Taylor C. Gillingwater Craig Ml n . son Phyllis Houston Dirk Content John F. O'Reilly William Storz Levin Joyce Noble Thos. Naegele Stone, Eisenberg Don Tirrell kman Wm. Backer S. Rollins Guild Robert Jenness Ray Esposito Chester Gierlach im Scott Forbes Geo. Pouridas Mike Elliot Manny Gerard Mike Elliot Morris Mamorsky th Ed Caff rev Marvin Kunze Chris Ishii Chris Ishii Vic Lukens (live) m Robt. Johnson Bill ...
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950. BC-1979-01-08-OCR-Page-0028 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... deductible. you carefully review it: Members of thé committee in addition "Reporting of trade deals: In report- "1 . Stations having a split format con- to Chairman Church are George W. ing to ASCAP, stations may now use the sisting of all talk or all news for most of Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting Corp. same figures for trade deals as used for the broadcast day and musical programs in Omaha; Kenneth R. Frankl, RKO Gener- FCC Form 324, and ASCAP has given up nonprime hours. Examples of this kind of al, New York; Rbbert E. Henley, WGN of its right to ...
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951. 1964-06-15-BC-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ABC -TV. gram director. Roger W. Marks named continuity di- Sam Babcock, formerly with wile Kansas City, Mo. joins w9GY Minneap- rector of WTVN -TV Columbus, Ohio. olis as public service director and air Maxine Anderson, casting director personality. Stations are owned by for Hollywood producers of commer- Storz Broadcasting Co. cials, has moved her independent office Frank P. Gilhooley appointed sports to Goldwyn Studio, 1041 North For- director of WTOL Toledo, Ohio. mosa Avenue. George J. Mitchell, formerly produc- Edward J. Fischer, formerly with tion supervisor of wWLP -TV Springfield, Universal Studios, ...
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952. 1964-06-01-BC-OCR-Page-0042 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... so enthusiastic 13, Hotel Moraine, Chicago, and Oct. Bloch Organization, for finance and de- 15 -16, Northland Inn, Detroit. velopment of programing; Norman about the contemplated research that The RAB board also named George he offered to carry the tests on Taft Kudlick, formerly account executive, Armstrong of Storz Stations to fill the television stations. Taft owns WKRC -TV Heritage Station group, FM salesman; Cincinnati, wTVN -TV Columbus, Ohio, board seat vacated some months ago Jerome Smilo, formerly with NBC Ra- by the resignation of F. H. Brinkley of dio, programing, and Michael Sweeney, wiry-Tv ...
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953. 1964-05-11-BC-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -report news, also capable of pro BROADCASTING. nedy, Fla. WRKT-AM -FM, Cocoa Beach, Fla. duction commercials. Third -Class ticket re- Are you good enough to help replace two Growing single station market has immedi- quired. Contact Program Director, WCRO, men who left us to work for the Storz ate opening for aggressive young salesman. Johnstown, Pennsylvania. chain? We need two first phones. One must Excellent station sound, facilities, fringe know his engineering and become chief. benefits. Attractive salary plus commission. Call General Manager, 614 -393 -4991, Radio WMVO, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Immediate ...
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954. 1964-03-16-BC-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Milan, Italy. vention at New Hamilton hotel, Laredo. your share? April 16-FCC hearing on proposed TV program reporting form. Formerly ' April26 -May 2-Affiliated Advertis- on the Pepper Scene: ing Agencies Network conference, An- scheduled for March 12. drew Johnson hotel, Knoxville, Tenn. Graham Richards, Storz Natl. P.D. in April 16- 17-Annual meeting of Ches- April 27- Annual exchanging ideas ..Jim Storer re- apeake AP Broadcasters Association, stockholders meet- ports "Wonderful Music" ID's made ing of Wometco Enterprises Inc. Mid- for WJW wow Storer group meeting in Sheraton Belvedere hotel, Baltimore. way ...
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955. 1964-03-02-BC-OCR-Page-0050 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - negotiations with ASCAP officials duced from a total of $980,000 in (CLOSED CIRCUIT, Jan. 13) . 1957 to $630,000 under the 1959-63 The committee is composed of chair- contract. Here there was explicit agree- man Mason and George W. Armstrong a worsening of a station's ability to of the Storz stations, vice chairman; pay. Both factors are more clearcut ment on a $350,000 reduction, and a new sustaining rate was devised that Elliott M. Sanger, WQXR New York, now than five years ago, he asserted. treasurer; Robert D. Enoch, wxLW In- was expected to produce ...
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956. Sponsor-1960-09-1-OCR-Page-0070.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... David an will include: what Europe thinks ties. Loser, incidentally, must wear Betty Snow by Joe Carroll, for S103 about American attitudes and politi- a turn-of-the-century bathing suit for 000 . . . KXOK, St. Louis, bouaj < al candidates: the failure of Ger- an entire week. bv Storz for $1.5 million from KXO many to teach its vouth about Hitler, • Peter Piper picked: KBIG, Broadcasting. etc. Catalina, personality Joe Niagara, in- • Viewers in the \cw York area augurated a "Niagara Falls" contest Correction: WW VA Wheeling, eel will he introduced to ...
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957. 1981-03-16-BC-OCR-Page-0234 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... rigorously Sixth Report and Order presaged even report provided 2,053 station assignments confined to the top-selling records of the more dramatic change. When President to 1,291 communities; designated 617 day. The pioneers were group owners Gor- Truman signed the McFarland bill in July, VHF and 1,436 UHF assignments; don McLendon of Dallas and Todd Storz he authorized the first major overhaul of reserved 242 noncommercial educational of Omaha. the Communications Act of 1934. The channels, including 80 VHF; and deter- AM radio continued to air shows with salient provisions of the new act permitted mined maximum power for channels 2-6 big-name stars. New syndicated ventures the FCC to ...
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958. 1964-02-17-BC-OCR-Page-0132 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of promotion and community relations di- KRLD-AM -FM -TV Dallas -Fort Worth, re- Duren Check Jr. member of Nash- rector. He assumes all merchandising, ville, Tenn. bureau of UPI, appointed tired Feb. 7. He joined KRLD in 1929. public relations and promotion duties manager of news agency's Knoxville for Storz -owned station. bureau, replacing B. Lowry Bowman, INTERNATIONAL who moves to UPI staff in Washington. Harold O. Freeburg, former person- David Rogers, for- nel director of metropolitan Dade coun- mer news editor of Jerry Elliott, news director of wPTF- ty, named personnel director of Womet ...
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959. Sponsor-1960-11-4-OCR-Page-0034.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... , because he is in N. \ . puts us in a good position to paigns for Texise Chemical, Mars competing with commercials of multi- save your client considerable money Candy, Vic Tanny Gyms, Hollywood million dollar companies, using spot." - — from securing lower bids to mak- Bread, and Storz Beer. It is also B&K's contention that ing various savings during produc- Baxter believes his work at Crea- many agencies, large and small, don't tion." It also adds that "service by tive House is more personally satisfy- have the budget to maintain sufficient professionals on a per-job basis ...
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960. 1963-11-11-BC-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) . ASCAP has been expected PAM seeks court order to push for higher rates. against USDA service All- industry committeemen at the session, held Wednesday in New York, A private news service has asked a were Chairman Mason; George W. federal court for an injunction against Armstrong, Storz Stations; Robert D. the Department of Agriculture, AT &T Enoch, wxt,W Indianapolis; Herbert E. and Secretary of Agriculture Orville Evans, Peoples Broadcasting Stations; Freeman to prevent the Agriculture De- John J. Heywood, WLw Cincinnati; J. partment from furnishing its farm mar- Allen Jensen, ...
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... He was \VIBG program man- executive, named manager of the San Francisco office. ager. JOHN A. HICKS promoted from the Atlanta sales staff of Clarke Brown Co. to manager of the New Orleans JACK SANi)LER, general manager of WQAM Miami, office. Fla. named a vice president of the Storz Stations. CHARLES R. CHRISTIANSON, former general man - KENNETH I. deVRiES, formerly account executive ager of KRUX Phoenix, named general manager of appointed to the sales staff of H -R Represen- tivith MRS, KRIS Bakersfield. Calif. tatives Inc. New York. \VILLiA\l E. MILLER, ...
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962. Sponsor-1953-07-2-OCR-Page-0086.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... agencv that's having an even larger schedule than the one I'm planning on huv ing''" I ndividuallv. or unoniciallv. some OWJG station executives are taking serious .s. steps toward rehuilding prestige for r SMtS station rate cards — prestige which has occasionallv hecome a little tarnished in the past couple of seasons. for I odd Storz. general manager of in- 5 ^nsvon-sm-^ dependent station KOW'H. Omaha, re- Recent official Hooper Ratings show WSJS, the Journal-Sentinel centlv initiated a movement among Station, FIRST in the morning — broadcasters to have a No-Trick-Deal FIRST in the afternoon — FIRST in Kale Card policv. As St or ...
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963. 1972-04-10-BC-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... % of WGAR's playlist is of quality controlled test group," Mr. nearly 100 miles away. WJW(AM) and the "oldies" category, the rest contem- Thayer continued, "was that songs wIxY(AM) , both Cleveland, had be- porary) but to the kind of Todd Storz- automatically triggered a response from Gordon McLendon radio that swept all them. They would hear a song and say, of America in the fifties. (The switch- Oh, that reminded me of when I board operator sings to callers, "This is graduated from high school. This hap- WGAR, where ...
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964. 1961-03-13-BC-OCR-Page-0101 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 4- If you want a greater selling challenge 1935. and an opportunity to increase your RADIO earnings to the high five figure, then selling broadcast equipment is for you. Situations Wanted -Management Replies confidential, of course. Send resume and photo to Box 448E, LOOKING FOR ME? BROADCASTING. Past 3 years Todd Storz, WHB, Kansas EXPERIENCED MANAGER I City, KOMA, Oklahoma City. Mature AVAILABLE 14 years radio background. Seeking new Announcers Presently vice president- general manager challenge in modern radio program- ming. Top references. Proven ability. of highly successful chain. Excellent Available immediately. George Wiley, I record of ...
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... - ent sales development director, assumes Mr. Harrison's position on the New York sales staff. Programming Ideas Abound The backbone of radio -programming-received most of the attention At Second D. J. Convention on the agenda of the "Second Annual International Radio Programming Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention," sponsored by the Storz Stations. Held in Miami Beach over the Memorial Day weekend, the meeting covered a wide range of topics, such as music, records, per- sonalities, news and ratings. Two Stations Cut Spots Is this a trend? More evidence is needed to answer the question, but And Raise Their Rates WQXR ...
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... bureau were tied -up. WAVE broadcast eyewitness ac- Programming: the very roots." Alan Newcomb of WBT and counts as well as the radar and The second annual Pop Music weather bureau reports. Disc Jockey Convention and Semi- Rupert Gillett, former associate editor of the Charlotte Observer, nar, sponsored by the Storz Stations Public Service: stith the cooperation of the various conduct the program. They inter- rupt the tape -recorded Radio Moscow On the theory that radio's public record companies, will he held at "newscast" at necessary intervals to service contributions arc more easily the Americana Hotel, Miami Beach, explain, refute and ...
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967. 1963-02-25-BC-OCR-Page-0052 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... City- Bristol, Current ASCAP radio licenses expire Committee members in addition to Tenn. Now in 24 markets. Dec. 31 of this year; BMI licenses ex- Chairman Mason are George W. Arm- Bourbon Street Beat ( Warner Bros. pire March 11, 1964. In the last nego- strong, Storz Stations, vice chairman; Elliott M. Sanger, WQXR New York, Tv) : Sold to KTNT-TV Tacoma -Seat- tiations, Mr. Mason's committee won tle and WJHL -TV Johnson City -Bristol, reductions averaging about 9% in both treasurer; Robert D. Enoch, WXLW Tenn. Now in 14 markets ...
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... THANKS..FOR HELPING US NETWORKS & GROUPS ABC McLendon Stations Balaban Stations Meredith Group Yes .. thanks to you.. Bartell Stations M BS CBC our advertisers .. for the CBS NBC OK Group tremendous progress Colorado Net Plough Concert Net QXR Network of U.S. RADIO. Corinthian Stations Star Stations Crosley Broadcasting Storer Broadcasting Crowell -Collier Storz Stations Today, l; . s. RADIO carries e ra- Farm & Home Radio Telebroadcasters dio advertising in an a%eragc issue Georgia Negro Group Transcontinent than that Of any other similar maga- Good Music Broadcasters Triangle Stations zine in the field. with figures t- Intermountain Westinghouse Broadcasting ing all the time ...
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969. 1968-06-10-BC-OCR-Page-0066 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... applied for new AM AM broadcast proceeding, Does. 16290 -91, in Sioux Falls, S. D. in 1961 and application granted to extent indicated and denied in Commission waived Sec, 73.24(g ) of is still pending. Ann. May 31. all other respects petition to enlarge issues rules and granted Storz Broadcasting Co. filed March 15 by WMGS Inc. and granted CP to increase nighttime power of WDGY FINAL ACTIONS request for official notice and request 1 for Minneapolis from 25 kw to 50 kw. WDGY is FCC denied application filed by Basic acceptance "nunc pro tune" filed May by licensed to operate on 1130 ...
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970. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0062 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... coverage of national and world events will run automatically on the air. In host. but of late some of the news programs fact, it is logical to transfer a station's Panel session moderators will in- have lost the "sense of urgency . . . entire daily assortment of film pro- clude Bill Stewart, Storz Stations, con- They seem to have the salt edited out gramming to tape. Station breaks and vention co-ordinator; Paul Berlin, of them." commercial spots can be included in KNUZ Houston; Tom Edwards, the same reel. Those portions of the Dore Schary, writer -producer of tv, station's daily ...
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971. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0015 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... president; Gordon McLendon, head of utors Show, Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago. McLendon station group; NAB President Harold May 19- Wisconsin Broadcasters Assn. Plan - kinton Hotel, Milwaukee. H.V. Kaltenborn, pioneer E. Fellows (keynoter) three station representative executives -John Blair, Robert Eastman and Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- ONE YEAR news commentator, and Charles H. Tower, NAB nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. personnel- economics manager, will be speakers. Jan. -Feb. 58 avg. 1/4 hr. rating 3.0 May 19- Broadcasting Day, Emerson College, JUNE Jan ...
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972. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... grows bigger Second annual International Radio Programming Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention \\ to rave on about KOIN -TV's resplendent expected to hit 4,000 mark for Miami Beach May 29 -31. Ratings, rec- ratings ords, formula programming, network vs independent and news are among and capacious panel topics for meeting sponsored by Storz Stations. Page 60. coverage. Autumn network negotiation United Artists Television and NBC -TV dickering on proposed new anthology series. Page 64. Educational funds opposed House opposition grows as second round of Congressional hearings are held on proposals to grant each state up to $1 million for etv. Proponents claim money is necessity ...
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973. 1959-05-04-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Salesman /announcer. Solve challenging sales Recent graduate- professional radio school ditions, beautiful city, all benefits. Send p05K, board. Box -operate board-prefer northeast, tape, full information and photo. Box 725K, photo, resume available. Box 711K, BROAD- BROADCASTING. BROADCroblems. CASTING. Attention all top Storz and McLendon type Salesman- announcer combination. Experi- Mature, capable announcing, news, copy. program directors. Have immediate open- enced all phases. Must be permanent, with Dallas -Fort Worth area only. Back in Texas ing at executive salary for right man to Box 729K, permanently. Last employment ...
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974. 1959-05-04-BC-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Fha. Speakers along with it. will include Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio exec- utive vice president; Gordon McLendon, head of McLendon station group; NAB President Harold E. Fellows (keynoter) three station representative executives -John Blair, Robert Eastman and Now ..with 190% MORE listeners Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. than the market's No. 2 station JUNE (C . E. Hooper) .. WILS offers the June 1-3-National microwave symposium, Pro- fessional Group on Microwave Theory & Tech- broadest coverage and the lowest niques, Boston Section, Paine Hall ...
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975. 1981-10-19-BC-OCR-Page-0313 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 1 /49 Harry Leith Stone 10/13/47 Martin Stone 10/26/59 Peggy Stone 7/22/63 Robert Lewis Stone 1/5 /70 George Butler Storer 4/16/51 George Butler Storer Jr. 6/5 /61 Peter Storer 1/7 /63 111 Todd Storz 9/19/55 Horace Nicholson Stovin 6/9 /47 Ellen Louis Sulzberger Straus 8/28/78 Nathan Straus 2/21/44 Ronald Peter Straus 2/12/62 Theodore Cyler Streibert 1/8 /45 Arthur Campbell Stringer 11/20/44 Hunt Stromberg Jr. 7/ ...
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976. 1959-03-23-BC-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... WITH top Lodge, Skytop, Pa. SPENDABLE May 28 -31- Second Annual Radio Programming Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention, INCOME! Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. Speakers will in- clude Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio executive vice president, and Gordon McLendon, head of McLendon station group. Storz stations are spon- 74% of K -NUZ Audience is Middle & Upper Income soring seminar with Bill Stewart, Kilpatrick Bldg. Omaha, Neb. as convention coordinator. *Special Pulse Survey (Apr. -May, 1958) 84% of this Audience is ADULT Men and Women JUNE *Nielsen (June, 1958) ...
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977. 1959-03-09-BC-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... TV) Tampa, Fla. Flaherty, Eugene, KTIV (TV) Sioux City, Iowa Cooney, Edward, Sesac Inc. N.Y. Dolberg, Glenn, Broadcast Music, Inc. N.Y. Flambo, G. LaVerne, WQUA Moline, III. Cooper, Jim W. WFAA Dallas, Tex. Dolgoff, Herbert S. Storz Bcstg. Co. Omaha, Neb. Flanders, Robert W. WFBM -AM -TV Indianapolis, Cooper, Robert E. WSM Nashville, Tenn. Dorschug, Harold A. WTIC- AM -FM -TV Hartford, Ind. Corken, Maurice, WHBF- AM -FM -TV Rock Island, Conn. Fleckenstein, William, WHOT Youngstown, ...
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978. 1959-03-09-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Anthony, George, KXLY Spokane, Wash. Blackburn, James W. Blackburn & Co. Wash- Brown, Kenyon, KCOP (TV) Hollywood, Calif. Arkedis, George, WBBM -TV Los Angeles ington, D.C. Brown, Mrs. Doris B. WKBC N. Wilkesboro, N.C. Armstrong, George W. Storz Bcstg. Co. Kansas Blackburn, Richard K. WHEC Rochester, N.Y. Brown, R.M. KPOJ Portland, Ore. City, Mo. Bland, Thomas A. Crosley Bcstg. Co. Cincinnati, Bryan, Don, Screen Gems Inc. N.Y. Athanas, Peter, WRCO Richland Center, Wis. Ohio Bryan, Robert F. ...
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979. 1959-03-09-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Annual Radio Programming Answer: Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention, This network has delivered Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. Speakers will in- W GH WTAR clude Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio executive largest commercial minute 14.7% 12.11% vice president, and Gordon McLendon, head of McLendon station group. Storz stations are spon- audiences all along. And the WNOR soring seminar with Bill Stewart, Kilpatrick Bldg. new Program Consolidation ! .7% Omaha, Neb. as convention coordinator. JUNE Plan -with unified station June 1- 3- National microwave symposium, Pro- clearances and strong H RADIO fessional Group on Microwave Theory ...
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980. Sponsor-1957-03-4-OCR-Page-0058.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... , afternoon and all day. Let Blair bring you up to date on what fStorz Station programming has done to Twin Pities' radio listening. Or, talk over the new figures (and what they mean) with WDGY General Manager Steve Labunski. 50,000 watts and a nearly perfect-cirdc daytime signal WDGY MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL TODD STORZ, | President Today's Radio for Today's Selling WDGY WHB WQAM KOWH WTIX Minneapolis-St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orleans Represented by John Btair & Co. Represented by Adam Young Inc. 56 SPONSOR • 23 MARCH 1957 ...
27 Jun 2016  -  85k
981. 1968-11-04-BC-OCR-Page-0065 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Dec. 15. Since 1954 [the news] they could use." A $530,000 lawsuit against a Wash- the WHB studios have been located in ington law firm by Carol Music Inc. the Pickwick hotel. WHB founded in one -time licensee of WCLM(FM) Chi- 1922, is owned by the Storz Broad- Broadcasting majors cago, has been settled for $18,000, ac- casting Co. of Omaha. cording to William G. Drenthe, a prin- now at 147 colleges cipal of Carol Music. RKO move WNAC -TV, WRKO and There are 147 American colleges and The suit was filed last spring ...
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982. 1959-02-16-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Inc. Great Falls. May 21- 23- Electronic Industries Assn. annual convention, Sheraton Hotel, Chicago. May 24- 27- Associated Business Publications, annual meeting and management conference, Sky - top Lodge, Skytop, Pa. May 28 -31- Second Annual Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention & Seminar under auspices of Storz Stations, Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. JUNE -NOVEMBER June 1- 3- National microwave symposium, Pro- fessional Group on Microwave Theory & Tech- niques, Boston Section, Paine Hall, Harvard U. If you want land, lots of land: Flint, Lansing, Saginaw Cambridge, Mass. June ...
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983. 1959-02-02-BC-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 486H, BROADCASTING. operative personalities. Top - Wanted Used field Zoomar. State price, condition, etc. Box 569H, BROADCASTING. salaries, security and opportunity FOR SALE for management. Prefer men Equipment Used proof of performance package. Cheap. Okay if needs small repair. WKBL, Coving- with Balaban or Storz experience. ton, Tennessee. Send photo and tape or air check CO -AXIAL TRANSMISSION Wanted: Types 6181, 6448, 5563 -A, 1850 -A LINE (Iconoscope) , 10SP4 -A tubes, used or new. to Box 59211, BROADCASTING. Send full details to Glenn W. Winter, Chief Unused Andrew ...
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984. 1959-02-02-BC-OCR-Page-0038 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , is being kidded But broadcasters tend to be oppor- too much. I would like to see an ele- tunists. They stage specialized promo- ment of patriotism associated with ad- tional drives only during rating weeks and die on the vine during other vertising. periods. The benefits that advertising pro- The Storz formula may differ from duces in a democratic society cannot be the Plough formula, and the McLendon obtained any other way. . . . formula may have a secret ingredient, Could it be that the maligned huck- while other stations seek the secrets of ster is really one of democracy's all three. But news ...
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985. Sponsor-1957-05-3-OCR-Page-0015.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... WDGY ha. a biir first place audience -tor_\ ' (( > n.ni. d p.m. MoiKlaii-Satiinlin/) Talk to Dlair, or WDGY General Manaeer STKYK LM' I'N'Mxl..iD.OiH) irntt* 11 /1G1 first 5 SI I r/ n — 9 u.in.(> p.m. WDGY MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL MomUiii-Saturdop TODD STORZ President Today's Radio for Today's S e II in g : - WDGY WHB WQAM KOWH WTIX Minneapolis-St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orleans Represented by John Btair & Co. Represented by Adam Young Inc. SPONSOR • 18 MAY 1957 13 ...
27 Jun 2016  -  58k
986. Sponsor-1957-05-4-OCR-Page-0034.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... every important audience-type. That statement embraces the housewife, her husband, their teenagers — as well as the farm family. Every survey agrees. Whether it's audience or advertising it's a WHB world! Talk to Blair or WHB GM George W. Armstrong. WHB 10,000 watts on 710 kc. Kansas City, Missouri TODD STORZ, President Today's Radio for Today's Selling KOWH WTIX WDGY WHB WQAM Omaha New Orleans Minneapolis-St. Paul Kansas City Miami Represented by John Btair & Co. Represented by Adam Young Inc. 32 SPOXSOR • 25 MAY 1957 ...
27 Jun 2016  -  77k
987. Sponsor-1957-06-1-OCR-Page-0015.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... <)\V11 eontinnes to place at your -er\ ie.. jitst its it as tm tl past six yeiirs. (hill Adam Voiin< _r lite. or talk to K(t \Vll <o-neral M;inaL'> -r Vnmil ^.r|t , KOWH ( )lllilllU TODD STORZ President I^Too'ciy's Radio for Today's Setting HHI WDGY WHB WQAM KOWH WTIX Minneapolis-St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orieans Represented by John Btair & Co. Represented by Adam Young Inc. St'O.XSOK • I JUNE 1957 13 ...
27 Jun 2016  -  54k
988. Sponsor-1957-06-3-OCR-Page-0015.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... " can he misleading. Scrap them . . . and let John P.lair update yon. Or, talk to WlXiY (hmeral Manager Steve Lahniwki. April 6.1 • March-April li) ." Pulse. 1957 WDGY od.ixid initls Minncapolis-St. Paul 1 1 T ~ ^ ( • 1 i j T • 1 a TODD STORZ President WDGY WHB WQAM KOWH wnx Minneapolis-St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orleans Represented by John Btair & Co. Represented by Adam Young Inc. St'ONSOlt • 15.)l NF. 1U5 . 13 ...
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989. 1959-01-26-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -programming -dj experience for ING. ments and any other pertinent information managerial opportunity. Salary second to to Box 403H, BROADCASTING. opportunity and profit percentage. Box 49111, Experienced announcer, family, will settle BROADCASTING. east for good pay, good working conditions. We need an A #1 pd, must know Storz- Now in large city competitive market, 1st McClendon- Bartell type operation thor- Sales executive, 10 years experience, desires ticket. Box 469H, BRODCASTING. oughly and must do a few hours on the opportunity establish N.Y. board. Top station -top 50 markets, top station b0H 50 BROADCASTING. Staff ...
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990. 1958-12-15-BC-OCR-Page-0071 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... said "we feel we are returning 50% of KWTV (TV) Oklahoma City, a home and as comfortable as if we had never CBS-TV outlet. been away." Matthew J. Culligan, NBC executive vice president in charge of the CBS -TV Figures Out radio network, cited the recent signing of Todd Storz' KOMA Oklahoma City and Must -Buy Replacement also the addition of KIMA Yakima, Wash. The broad outline of CBS -TV's replace- and called the WSAN return "evidence of ment for its must-buy station list was pre- the continuing parade of top stations to sented to affiliates last Thursday (Dec. 11) . ...
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991. Sponsor-1957-07-4-OCR-Page-0029.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... the mod imitated -tation in the eomitr\ heean^e of the do/en> and do/ens of station manniter- who have heen here LIVE LOCAL to stnd\ our ojieration over a period of veais and that the mi called IMmiidi Program For the convenience of formula simpK >tarled here, went throujrh Storz. Mcl.endun. and a few other datiom. finallv to I'loujrh. and Networks British and European eventnallv hack to lialtimore to give u- ome aj;<;re- i\e eom|)etition. advertisers Ii. C. Kmhrv I ice Presilient II 11 // . Piih'iniore and the expansion ...
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992. 1958-12-08-BC-OCR-Page-0113 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... minded pd -dj desires return Manager or commercial manager. 39 years old to medium or metropolitan market. Fast, musi- veteran of 15 years in radio and tv would like cian, college, family. stable. Prefer Balaban, to return to station operations. College grad- Minority interest in Texas coast regional. Storz, McClendon, consider all sharp organize- Excellent ggulf record paying tions. Box 939G. BROADCASTING. uate, native Texan. married, two children. Past 10% aptll8gain Box 805E All casdividends . four years salesman for top national station rep- BROADCASTING. Production manager with five and one half years resentative firm ...
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993. Sponsor-1957-08-1-OCR-Page-0085.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... rmiNG but First 6 Months 1217 1608 2--? 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 No magic formula — just a simple case of an increas- ing nnmher of advertisers discovering that adver- ^Write for the factual record of tising in SPONSOR pays off.5'5 WOLF. WHAV. KFQ. WT.XL and Storz in sroNson. They'll SPONSOR spotlights its editorial content 100% to- show how you can build your wards advertisers and agencies — and really hits the spot revenue in your market. target. So much so that SPONSOR'S 1956-57 fiscal year recently ended showed advertising volume of SI.000.000. ...
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994. 1958-11-17-BC-OCR-Page-0109 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Daytimer. Asking $100,000 Production-Programming, Others Wrote' Inc. 1080 Dionne St. St. Paul, Minn. with 29% down. Photographer: Well experienced and educated. Two RCA 70D turntables, one converted to 45 Small exclusive market. Daytimer. For last two years have handled all news and operations. Robert Tilton, Storz Stations, Omaha, commercial photography for midwest station. Nebraska. Asking $35,000 with $10,000 Excellent references. Will locate anywhere. Box 656G, BROADCASTING. down. WANTED TO BUY Production manager-director, presently employed directing bulk of live shows. Five years experi- CALIFORNIA ence in all phases of commercial television pro ...
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995. 1958-11-10-BC-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... The into quarter hours or 12 five -minute seg- network rate is a little higher-2.75 % . ments, and through the facilities of line, All-industry committeemen at the ASCAP tape or fm. Here are the NCS #3 ratings: meeting were Chairman Mason; George W. The service claims more than 4,000 Armstrong of Storz Broadcasting, vice stringers in 90 countries and a nucleus staff Total Homes in Area chairman; Richard D. Buckley, WNEW of "expert newsmen" with bureaus located KTBS -TV . . . . 369,300 New York and Metropolitan Broadcasting at points in Europe, at Washington and in Sta. B 321 400 Corp. ...
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996. Sponsor-1957-08-3-OCR-Page-0083.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... OTHING BUT First 6 Months 1217 1S08 2069 2--? 1954 1955 1956 1957 INo magic fonmila — just a Miuple ease of an increas- ing ninnber of advertisers discovering that adver- Write for the factual record of tising in SPONSOR pays off.* WOLF, WBAY, KPQ, WTXL and Storz in sponsor. They'll SPONSOR spotlights its editorial eontenl 100% to- show how you can build your wards advertisers and agencies — and really hits the spot revenue in your market. target. So inncli so that SPONSOR'S 1956-57 fiscal year recently ended showed advertising volnine of 81,000,000. SPONSOR ...
28 Jun 2016  -  49k
997. Sponsor-1957-08-4-OCR-Page-0105.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... - work's business are Lanolin I'lus. Pharmaco and Chesehrouuh-Ponds. People in the news; Dale L. > /.Moinly lias heen named to the newK created position of director of special station ser\ ices for the American Hioadcasling .Network. .MmnK form- erl\ was \ ice president the Mid-Conti- nent Broadcasting (Storz Stations) . . . Hulph S. Ilaleher has heen |) ro- moled to national manager of the \BC 1A station relations dcparlmenl . . . Harry C. Foils and Aaron Heekwilh h a\e heen appointed ac- count executnes for ABC IV. Foils has heen an account executi\e ...
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998. Sponsor-1957-08-5-OCR-Page-0055.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... "So I understand. I notice U they're I see running where over 10 0 STORZ' pages spot in billing SPONSOR has this tripled year." in the last two years." CASE HISTORY -3 of SPONSORed ADVERTISING ...
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999. 1958-10-13-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... in inter -media fight Tor gets Page 33 Why Reynolds Metals plunked down $6 million plus for radio -tv Page 36 Interview: the paradox of high price for low cost -per- thousand Page 58 FTC gets tough, lays down rigid rules for price advertising Page 106 It says IN EACH OF FOUR MAJOR MARKETS.. THE STORZ STATION IS FAR AND AWAY THE MOST LISTENED TO. MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL . WDGY is first morning . . NEW ORLEANS WTIX is first all- day -metro and . first afternoon first all -day with a 32.8' 3 average area. BULLETIN: New 52- County Area Pulse (Texas to Florida) Hooper. ...
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1000. 1958-10-06-BC-OCR-Page-0114 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... % Mechanic Technical anywhere. Box 165G, BROADCASTING. Institute, 50 Congress Street. Rumford, Maine. Girl-dj-announcer. Go anywhere. Ready now. Announcer -chief engineer. Four years experi- IN engineer. Experienced preferred. Please Run own board. Can sell too. Steady, no bad ence all phases, prefer Storz type operation. send snapshot and pertinent information to habits. Love to build audiences and grab ac- Want to move up. Family man, 29. Call: Jack John Seider, Chief Engineer. KNOP -TV, Box counts. Tape and resume. Box 166G, BROAD- 756, North Platte, Nebraska ...
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