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201. 1956-09-17-BC-OCR-Page-0124 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... But we are looking for men of your stature, highest rated in all our markets, Omaha, New Orleans, Kansas City, Minneapolis and we've just acquired RCA SERVICE COMPANY, INC. a Miami station. Only alert and original sound - iing deejays need apply. All tapes returned immediately. Air tapes to Todd Storz, Kil- patrick Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Page 124 September 17, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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202. 1956-03-05-BC-OCR-Page-0052 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... director In several news programs WCCO explained for WBRC -AM -TV Birmingham, Ala. A sta- tion spokesman said the new position was created in an effort to work closely with local civic groups and to promote group projects which are of interest to the MR. ARMSTRONG MR. O'NEILL area. Miss Montez has by Todd Storz, president of Mid -Continent appeared on the Broadcasting Co. Alb/ . Broadway stage in Mr. O'Neill has been with KOWH since 1948 numerous roles and in various capacities and is being moved up since 1948 has pro- from production director to his new position. MISS MONTEZ duced, written and Mr. Armstrong ...
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203. 1956-03-05-BC-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... impersonations, etc. so much the better. 550F, B.T. Here's the right negro girl for radio and tv!!I Every tape carefully auditioned, and promptly returned. (Be sure to include address Experienced. Single. Will travel. Box 555F, B.T. inside box.) Send all tapes to Todd Storz, President, Where can experienced sports announcer find a permanent job within 200 miles of Chicago? Over eight years experience. Married. Can do news, MID -CONTINENT BROADCASTING CO. OMAHA 2, NEBRASKA music, and special events. Is $100 per week too much? Box 579F, B.T. Announcer- singer ...
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204. 1956-12-17-BC-OCR-Page-0122 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and salary to WRMN, Elgin, Illinois. Experienced? Hired! Sell tux. Phone WTAY, Rob- AT ONCE ! TV FILM SALESMEN inson, Illinois. We're expanding. top pay for hot shot per- sonality DJ's preferably with show biz or musical TV's fastest -growing film distributor wants additional sales- background. Storz Stations top rated in Omaha, Kansas City, Miami, New Orleans and Minneap- men for our syndicated film staff. Film, station, rep or olis. Air tape and resume to Todd Storz-Kil- patrick Building, Omaha, Nebr. agency sales experience, preferred. Plans call for immedi- Technical ate ...
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205. 1956-03-12-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... are changing in Minne- to Avery-Knodel, or WDGY General Manager apolis-St. Paul, as a result of two weeks of Mid- Stephen Labunski. 6 * All data based on Hooper, February 1956, p.m. Mon. Sat. 7 a.m: WDGY Minneapolis -St. Paul 50,000 watts -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery- Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 March 12, 1956' BROADCASTING ' TELECASTING ...
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206. 1956-10-08-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... City radio story. Times have changed, and so have audience habits. Check the latest audience facts with General Manager Steve Labunski or your Blair man. WDGY- Minneapolis -St. Paul 50,000 watts and almost perfect -circle daytime coverage Aug. Sep. Hooper * June Nielsen * * * July -Aug. Pulse President: TODD STORZ Today`s Radio for Today's Selling WDGY WHB WOAM I KOWH WTIX Minneapolis -St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orleans Represented by John Blair & Co. Represented by Adam Young, Jr. Page 6 October 8, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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207. 1956-03-19-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... job for national and local advertisers. So no matter which rating service you rate most telling, you can feel secure when you tell your story via KOWH-because all three see eye -to- eye-to -eye. Chat with the H -R man, or KOWH General Manager Virgil Sharpe. KOWH OMAHA -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -5t. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery- Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 March 19, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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208. 1956-10-15-BC-OCR-Page-0066 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... N. C.; Richard H. Mason, recommend. We ask no special considera- WFBR Baltimore; Ben Ludy, WIBW-TV WPTF Raleigh, N. C.; John Patt, WJR tion from agencies as a result. All we want Topeka, Kan.; Herbert Ohrt, KGLO -TV Detroit; Todd Storz, KOWH Omaha; W. H. is the right to an open- minded hearing, Mason City, Iowa; Calvin J. Smith, KFAC Summerville, WWL New Orleans; C. L. recommendations that treat us fairly even Los Angeles; Harold C. Stuart, KVOO Tulsa. Network representatives: ...
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209. 1956-03-26-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Hooper 1/ hour, City area as convincingly as it dominates 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. metropolitan K.C. audiences. Get the big story from the man from Blair, or WHB General Manager will' George W. Armstrong! 10,000 watts -710 kc Kansas City -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery -Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps. Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 March 26, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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210. 1956-04-16-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . as it is today? Be updated by Adam Young, Latest audience index shows WTIX jacked its or WTIX General Manager Fred Berthelson. *Hooper Continuing Measurement of Broadcast Audience, Jan. March 1956 *Hooper average share of audience, 7 a.m. 6 p.m. Mon. Fri. Feb.Mar. 1956 -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz New Orleans 16, La. WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery- Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 April 16 ...
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211. 1956-04-23-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 112 in Minneapolis -St. Paul .. the exciting buy Station "D " 9.0% is WDGY! Talk to Avery -Knodel, or WDGY Hooper, March, 1956 n.m. p.m. Mon. Sat. General Manager Stephen Labunski. 7 - 6 WDGY 50,000 watts Minneapolis -St. Paul -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by PTHENEWSWEEKL Avery -Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. OF RADIO AND TV ...
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212. 1956-04-23-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. So you see, WHB dominates the Kansas City area as convincingly as it dominates metropolitan K. C. audiences. Get the big story from the man from Blair, or WHB General Manager George W. Armstrong! 10,000 watts-710 kc -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY Kansas City President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery- Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 April 23, 1956 BROADCASTING TEI;ECASTINO ...
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213. 1956-04-23-BC-OCR-Page-0039 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Television. Life Insurance Co.; J. C. Luhn, president, Bartle of Kansas City told NARTB manage- John G. Johnson, WTOB -TV Winston -Salem, Easterling Co.; Robert Jones, WFBR Baltimore, ment delegates Thursday. N. C. CCT chairman, declared that "basically Md. and Todd Storz, Mid- Continent Broad- Appearing as luncheon speaker, Mayor Bartle there is no uhf problem- rather it is an alloca- casting Co. asserted broadcasters "hold in the palm of your tion problem. There are many successful uhf Henry B. Clay, KWKH Shreveport, La. hand" the future of ...
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214. 1957-04-01-BC-OCR-Page-0128 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 4ofohq (4 ? Towefs STATIONS STORZ SELLS KOWH FOR $822,500; SEVEN OTHER AM STATIONS SOLD SALE of Todd Storz's KOWH Omaha, The station, 1 kw on 1600 kc with a cp for Neb. led a list of eight stations which 5 kw, is owned by Bernice Schwartz and changed hands, subject to FCC approval, Coralee Garrett. Allen Kander & Co. was last week. Involved were stations in Wash- broker. ington, Missouri, South Carolina, Georgia, Upon FCC approval Rollins will revamp Alabama and Florida. KATZ format to program for Negro audi- KOWH was sold to National Weekly Inc. ence. This ...
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215. 1957-03-11-BC-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... floor, that he music owned and exploited by the broad- tral Michigan. would appoint such a group (BT, Feb. 11] . casters themselves." Michigan State U. is licensee of WKAR- No schedule of hearings for the unit has AM-FM East Lansing and permittee of ch. been announced. STORZ SCORES FCC Other members are Democrats John Bell 60 WKAR-TV, which began operations Jan. 13, 1954. The examiner ruled that the con- INACTION ON WSMB Williams (Miss.) , John J. Flynt Jr. (Ga.) , struction permit of WKAR -TV must be sur- Leo W. ...
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216. 1957-07-22-BC-OCR-Page-0095 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , and WHIG- AM-FM -TV, Dayton. With a keen mind and unbounded energy, he became a schoolteacher in his youth, although he had quit school at 16. His avid reading habits qualified him for a teacher's license. From teaching he moved into jour- nalism as a reporter on the Middletown EXECUTIVES of Storz Stations, concluding a four -day meeting in Cincinnati last (Ohio) Signal and then the Cincinnati En- weekend, heard President Todd Storz project a banner year for the group's four quirer where he wrote politics. After several radio stations. At the conference table (I to r) are Dale Moudy, engineering ...
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217. 1957-11-25-BC-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... sending him a signal. The listen- gates can be home for Monday programs. Gross radio revenues were substantially er is able to accept or reject our message Advance registration can be made with higher for the nine months of 1957 but tv on the same basis as he can consider any Bill Stewart, c/o Storz Stations, 820 Kil- revenues were down, "reflecting the sale of audio stimulus." patrick Bldg. Omaha 2, Neb. two unprofitable uhf stations and the ex- WCCO will report on its PS project "with- pected dislocation and expense of replacing in a few weeks," Mr. Haeg promises. ...
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218. 1957-01-07-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Glad to hear they have a Storz Station there. Makes buying that much simpler. r G :i : ... rs: In any of these 5 important markets. you talk to the big audiences with the " Storz Station!" MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL .. with WDGY. vertisvrs proves dynamic sales power. See JOHN BLAIR or WHB GM GEORGE W. It's very nearly unanimous. Hooper, Niel- sen, Pulse and a host of Twin Cities adver- ARMSTRONG. tisers agree: WDGY has the big audience NEW ORLEANS .. with WTIX. Still rock- for those big results! See JOHN BLAIR or eting ...
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219. 1957-06-03-BC-OCR-Page-0061 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Detroit by next October. i/Al'Gsor Negotiations are under way with stations in those markets, it was pointed out. WPIX, New York Daily News station, is expected to be the outlet in that city. Mr. Quaal emphasized that at the outset "we will crawl before we try to walk." Storz in Syndication For the first time, a perfectly tailored signal for all of With Connolly Series Northeast Michigan. To Flint add Saginaw, Bay City, and THE Storz Stations have entered the na- tional radio program syndication field with the rich Thumb Area, plus the heart of Michigan's vacation - signing of an exclusive ...
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220. 1957-04-22-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , SDX, Headliners Page 44 E1a01 .9 R413 xro2$ RaeaGzel $18 million in sales pass FCC Page 56 a8>TtoO eptsdupuJOw Petry urges lower night radio rates Page 103 PhORN1NGS1DE COLLEGE LIBRARY as3w! . IN ANY OF THESE FIVE IMPORTANT MARKETS . . "Did you notice the YOU TALK TO new ratings on that Storz Station ?" "Yes. In fact, all THE BIGGEST AUDIENCE 5 Storz Stations WITH THE have first place "STORZ STATION "! audience stories." MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL .. with WDGY Latest Trendex puts WDGY first! Whether you prefer Pulse, proves dynamic sales power. Sec John George W. ...
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221. 1957-02-04-BC-OCR-Page-0010 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Broadcasting Publications Inc. Sol Taishoff Maury Long Edwin H. James President Via President Vico Prosidont "Been hearing a lot about Storz Stations. Which ones we using?" In any of these 5 important markets . . . you talk to the big audiences with the "Storz Station "! MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL .. with WDGY. advertisers proves dynamic sales power. January, 1957 Trendex puts WDGY first! See JOHN BLAIR or WHB GM GEORGE Hooper, Nielsen, Pulse and a host of Twin W. ARMSTRONG. Cities advertisers agree that WDGY has the big audience for those big results! See NEW ORLEANS .. with ...
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222. 1957-04-29-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... "Heard a couple of Storz Stations this trip. Never a dull moment." "Understand there's never a dull moment for advertisers, either." In any of these 5 important markets.. every time is a good time with the Storz Station. MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL .. with WDGY. among Kansas City's biggest advertisers Latest Trendex puts WDGY first! Whether proves dynamic sales power. See John you prefer Pulse, Trendex, Hooper or Blair or WHB GM George W. Armstrong. Nielsen, WDGY has prime availabilities in NEW ORLEANS .. with WTIX. Month many first place segments in every recent after month WTIX maintains ...
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223. 1957-09-16-BC-OCR-Page-0102 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Robert M. Riley Jr. national radio sales J. S. (Dody) Sinclair, administrative as- tion manager, respectively. director for WMBD Inc. named television sistant to vice president, WJAR-TV Prov- sales manager; Harold C. Sundberg pro- idence, R. I. named station manager. Robert Tilton, Storz moted from local sales director to director Stations (WHB Kansas of radio sales, and William L. Brown, for- Todd Branson, formerly account executive, City, WDGY Minneapolis- WWCA Gary, Ind. to WGRY, same city, merly with Ralph H. Jones Adv. Cincin- St. Paul, WTIX ...
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224. 1957-03-25-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... basis, although certain members of when he learned CBS was scheduled to tele- contract stage last weekend was projected Commission feel that consideration on such cast his address. Now entire speech has to sale of KOWH Omaha, first station in meager knowledge is exceedingly danger- be written so public viewers won't be be- Todd Storz group, to William Buckley, ous and premature. fuddled by esoterics of broadcasting and publisher of National Weekly, New York BT such trade jargon as Sec. 315, Sec. 309 (b ) , distributed newsletter, and associates, for BRIGHTER DAY Daytime television allocations, uhf, vhf, etc. etc. ...
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225. 1957-09-16-BC-OCR-Page-0238 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... M. Riley Jr. national radio sales J. S. (Dody) Sinclair, administrative as- tion manager, respectively. director for WMBD Inc. named television sistant to vice president, WJAR -TV Prov- sales manager; Harold C. Sundberg pro- idence, R. I. named station manager. Robert Tilton, Storz moted from local sales director to director Stations (WHB Kansas of radio sales, and William L. Brown, for- Todd Branson, formerly account executive, City, WDGY Minneapolis- WWCA Gary, Ind. to WGRY, same city, merly with Ralph H. Jones Adv. Cincin- St. Paul, WTIX ...
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226. 1957-03-04-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Radio sets new record in 56 sales Page 27 viva/ 9 AlTO xaoTS Media selection should be top -level agency job Page 28 RaesqTl a2zT7M dFiE$u ;u.1o9! FCC acts on deintermixture: 10 get, 5 lose v's Page 54 Westinghouse conference: Making public service pay Page 69 "Been hearing a lot about Storz Stations. Which ones we using?" In any of these 5 important markets . . . you talk to the big audiences with the Storz Station. MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL .. with WDGY. January, 1957 Trendex puts WDGY first! Whether you pre- biggest advertisers proves dynamic sales power. See John ...
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227. 1957-12-23-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... "admissions" for movies in home? Video tion manager upon approval of transfer regular agenda for 1957 at its meeting also has number of community antenna by FCC. last Wednesday and will not convene again systems in its southwestern territory. for regular meeting until Jan. 3. Most members of Commission, however, will STORZ UPGRADING Mid -Continent be in Washington, and emergency matters DAY OF ARREST Next to become Broadcasting Co. headed by enterprising will be handled subject to later ratifica- embroiled in Blue Law enforcement drive, Todd Storz, is in final stage of negotiating tion. Such matters as radio clear channel which has Pennsylvania businessmen won- ...
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228. 1957-01-21-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and hear why. , , ` there's been a runaway. , without a give -away WQAM 29.8% Newest Hooper" puts WQAM even further out front with 26.6% Station "A " 19.5% morning .. 32.6% afternoon .. 29.8% all day! The force Station "B " 16.3% of Storz programming is dramatized by the swift, convincing Station "C " .. 9.5% change in Miami radio listening. WQAM leaped to first place after less Station "D " .. 6.4% than 3 months of Storz programming. Station "E " .. 5.9% Latest Hooper finds WQAM even further Station Station " ...
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229. 1957-04-22-BC-OCR-Page-0009 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and in fight against tv, government last week APPROVAL of FCC was sought Friday by publicity, and Warren Steibel, exploitation. abolished 331% tax on tickets for live National Weekly Inc. for its purchase of CNP also has added Bob Cuniff, tv columnist theatre shows and reduced tax on movie KOWH Omaha from Todd Storz for $822,500 and magazine writer, as press representative of tickets. Government found movie attend- (BT, April 1) . NBC Opera Company for its second annual ance dropped 7% in year, continuing National Weekly, which publishes National tour. During week, Gerald Adler of NBC was downward trend. ...
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230. 1957-08-19-BC-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . He en- ident. Mr. Carpenter and all other officers tered radio as a talent representative in 1934 submitted resignations as a matter of form SELECTION of Dale L. Moudy, vice presi- and moved into sales in 1941 with WLW when the new management came in. His dent and engineering director of the Storz Cincinnati. Mr. Mulvihill was radio-tv di- and that of Richard J. Puff, vice president stations, to fill the newly-created post of rector for General Artists Corp. before join- in charge of advertising, research and public director of special ing the sales staff of WOR-TV New York in relations, have ...
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231. 1957-01-07-BC-OCR-Page-0017 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... % Newest Hooper puts WQAM even further Station "A " 19.5% Station "B ".16.3% out front with 26.6% morning . . . Station "C " Station "D " 9.5% 6.4% 32.6% afternoon .. 29.8% all day! Station "E " 5.9% The force of Storz programming is dramatized by the swift, Station "F " . 4.7% convincing change in Miami radio listening. WQAM leaped to Station "G " 4.6% first place after less than 3 months of Storz programming. Station "H " .. 1.5% Latest Hooper finds WQAM even further ahead. This has been ...
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232. 1957-10-14-BC-OCR-Page-0044 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . ard, KOLT Scottsbluff, Neb.; George W. Attending NARTB directors were Mr. Mr. Truman, speaking at the Thursday Armstrong, WHB Kansas City, and Lyle Sanders; Payson Hall, Meredith Publishing banquet, said open and closed -circuit pay DeMoss, WOW Omaha. Discussing news Co.; Todd Storz, Storz Stations; J. J. tv techniques should be given a chance to were Jack Shelly, WHO Des Moines; Jack Bernard, KTVI (TV) St. Louis and Ray- compete so the public can make its choice Dunn, WDAY -TV Fargo, N. D.; James mond V ...
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233. 1957-10-07-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... that FIRST accounts for the listening preferences of 31.5% of the people of Florida. ANNIVERSARY Many happy returns from Trendex, too, with a strong first for WQAM. AS A And many thanks to you who buy time -for your quick recog- nition of the change in Miami radio listening and for your .. STORZ STATION confidence in the personalities and programmings of the new WQAM. Ask Blair or G M Jack Sandler why current figures FINDS WQAM'S are much more valid than NCS #2 , which was made in Spring 1956, about half -year before WQAM became a Storz Station. RUNAWAY WQAM Serving all of southern Florida with 5,000 ...
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234. 1957-02-25-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... prime availa- bilities in many first -place segments on WDGY. Make sure you buy Minneapolis -St. Paul with new audience data. Don't pursue old, out -dated information, which won't tell you, for example, that Trendex now has WDGY in first place in audience, morning, afternoon, and all day. Storz Station programming has brought drastic change to the Twin Cities audience picture, so much so that whatever survey you prefer, you're in for a good time when you buy WDGY. Con- sult Blair, or talk new figures with WDGY General Manager Steve Labunski. WDGY 50,000 watts and a nearly perfect- circle daytime ...
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235. 1957-01-21-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... out: FCC mover szggeo -+ jams oot Frank talk about tv: RevIc 4,44 t4f0.1. Philco files $150 million suit 9, Page 54 7to /toz, Push is on: RAB sets sights on 305 6'Pte 4'49 6' Page 74 I wish decidiny at to order could be as simple as time-buying where there's a Storz Station MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL . . . with WDGY. It's very nearly unanimous. Hooper, Nielsen, Pulse and a host of Twin Cities advertisers agree: WDGY has the big audience for those big results ! See JOHN BLAIR or WDGY GM STEVE LA- BUNSKI. OMAHA . . with KOWH. . Now in ...
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236. 1957-02-11-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . added to previous data, of KOWH's decisive dominance of Omaha radio. Hooper has KOWH far, far out in front, too. Latest all -day average: 39.05é. and first in every time period. Trendex gives KOWH top spot in every time period, too. This is the kind of market -dominance which Storz Station ideas, program- ming and broad (660 kc.) coverage make possible for national and local ad- vertisers. Results prove it, too. Get Adam Young's point of view Virgil Sharpe. .. or talk it over with General Manager The Storz Stations TODD STORZ, President WDGY WHB WQAM KOWH ...
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237. 1957-05-20-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... COPY Commercials in a jam Tv commercials called on the c RETMA hears optimism for electronics Page 48 on way up í13d vasmaAN FCC reins in on subscription tv moves Page 62 Goldenson sees network balance in fall Page 116 EOI 9 F; .iO xr.otS .IQ a2 1100 apre;u 7 ú.Jo n "Heard a coup Storz Stations this trip. Never a dull moment." "Understand there's never a dull moment for advertisers, either." In any of these 5 important markets every time is KANSAS CITY ..with WHB. First per METRO Pulse, Niel- . . . a sen, Trendex and Hooper-first per AREA Nielsen ...
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238. 1957-04-15-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Pulse gives WDGY an average rating of 6.0 (7 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon. Fri.) . Whatever report you like best, you can WDGY 50,000 watts use it to buy prime availabilities in WDGY's many first -place segments through the day. MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL Let Blair bring you up to date on what Storz Station pro- gramming has done to Twin Cities' radio listening. Or, talk over the new figures (and what they mean) with WDGY General Manager Steve Labunski. The Storz Stations TODD STORZ, President WDGY WHB WQAM KOWH WTIX Minneapolis -St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orleans Represented by John Blair ...
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239. 1957-08-05-BC-OCR-Page-0041 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Log. Howe. wid1 1' Car Ir, W. Yam. In. tOxxrnnnl WIWw^ .xM WOY o. W fra 4>n .GinM. b rW ru v?V.1Me Sa.1.F-rm. cismns adz sold on. KIEbN-r r.ln. xn,. ina 1. . m.m W.r. Gr, tiO.1u leev OU Jak srx, The Storz Stations 11,1 fIdNYKY.N[" ,.ut.funtII.I1,r1f1 n. OOMIG "BT gives us most effective coverage "Yes! San Franciscans Are Sold on KRON- among agencies and advertisers. We know by TV' We can also say that KRON-TV is sold experience that our ads are well -received by on B.T. We've been a regular BT advertiser ...
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240. 1957-10-28-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... set for ANA airing at Atlantic City sessions ^ASTI N G Ito S T J P,ate, `IN " ,r;4o j.rc AND 2S THIRTY -FIVE CENTS RADIO Page 31 Page 34 FTC initial decision hits chain store merchandising plans Page 64 RCA takes wraps off prototype color video tape recorder Page 88 where there's a Storz Station .. there's . . . precisely why there's never a dull moment . . . .. precisely why in each of these major markets more radios are tuned to the Storz Station than to any other MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL Proof: Hooper (31.9; , ) ..Trendex .. WDGY is first .. ...
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241. 1957-07-22-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Page 52 a2allo3 aF;cEG;aao^ Sates Radio Co.: 35 years in the business Page 76 Nestinghouse puts fm stations on their own Page 94 MORNINGSIUE ere COLLEGE LIBRARY re's a ;3lOUX i.[TY IOWA )rz e ye's dience In each of these major markets more radios are tuned to the Storz Station than to any other. MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL . . . WDGY #1 Hooper, Trendex, NSI Area -all day. Pulse in the afternoon. KANSAS CITY .. WHB #1 Metro Pulse, Nielsen, Trendex, Hooper, Area Nielsen, Pulse NEW ORLEANS . . . WTIX #1 Hooper ...
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242. 1957-07-01-BC-OCR-Page-0071 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 4,000,000,000 buying power awaits advertisers who like to Thayer WDGY General Manager ride with the winner. The gang- JACK THAYER, WDGY Minneapolis -St. way is down at any Katz office. Paul disc jockey and production and pro- motion director, will assume duties as the station's general manager July 3, according to Todd Storz, president of the Storz Stations, of which WDGY is one. Mr. Thayer, who T-- succeeds new ABC Vice President Ste- phen Labunski, is HarUNTINGTON-aCHARLESTON, dnW.® . Á'Vl ib W. qVgA. C": a veteran of 15 When I get my guitar, pardner years ...
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243. 1957-05-20-BC-OCR-Page-0066 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... (D -N. Y.) . The bills would require every govern - committee currently is preparing a report on the competitive practices in the music field the result of extensive hearings held last - National Weekly Inc. has bought KOWH ment agency to file for publication in the September into the ASCAP -BMI feud. from Storz Broadcasting Co. [BT, March Federal Register and the Code of Federal [BT, April 22] . 25 -April 1] for $822,500. William F. Regulations the following: Buckley, author of the controversial God Agency's central and field organizations FCC Asked to Approve Sale andMan at Yale and co- ...
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244. 1957-12-30-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - uable property. Maj. McLean and Dr. arranged last August but has not yet been pleted its briefing on ponderous network Frank Stanton, CBS Inc. president, called announced, will overlap first annual disc study report, final sessions being due Jan. on practically all members of FCC on jockey conference arranged by Storz Sta- 6-7 [CLOSED CIRCUIT, Dec. 231 Friday, Dec. 20, to explain transactions, tions for Kansas City, March 7-8-9, and which is subject to FCC approval. Reason which was formally announced two months DYNAFLOW PITCH Of all agencies assigned was desire of 66-year-old presi- ago. Conflict may ...
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245. 1957-06-17-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... * Date of NCS #2 Just this: August, 1956 WQAM became a Storz Station. October, 1956 WQAM went independent. November, 1956 WQAM leaped to first place all day (28.4% , Hooper) without a give -away. February, 1957 WQAM rocketed to first place all day on Trendex (34.1%) . Feb. -Mar. 1957 WQAM jumped to first place all day on Pulse. Mar. -Apr. 1957 WQAM now has more than twice the audience of the runner -up station. Apr. -May, 1957 WQAM now has more than 21/2 times the audience of the runner -up station. Next time ...
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246. 1957-08-05-BC-OCR-Page-0118 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... to mons, Ont. Canadian Labor Relations Board has cer- try that candy!" tified National Association of Broadcast Em- Commercials on WGNTV have employes and Technicians as bargaining a way of getting results- because agent for 80 employes of CFCM -TV and WGN -TV programming keeps CKMI -TV Quebec City. Que. TODD STORZ (I ) .Ind George W. Arm- folks wide -awake, interested and watching. For proof, let our - Canadian Assn. of Radio -Tv Broadcasters' strong, general manager of Kansas City, survey the scene WHB at the specialists fill you in on some sur- new rate cards for all member ...
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247. 1957-11-04-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... A time buyer The coming of fall suggests the time may not be far off when you'll be in Miami. In person? Fine. Then you can hear for yourself is fortified without distraction why WQAM has made a dramatic runaway since the start of Storz Station programming a year ago. Com- against ing via a time -buy? Hooper says it clearly: WQAM has more than 3Y2 times the daytime audience of the next station. Latest distraction in Pulse, 9- county area Pulse and Trendex show WQAM on top. Don't let old, outdated figures Miami. divert you. Talk to Blair . . . or WQAM General ...
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248. 1957-06-10-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... is further proof that 1956 figures are worthless for 1957 time -buying. WDGY is now an even stronger first every afternoon.* PULSE UPI Look at the chart at the left .. and see how far WDGY has come (7 a.m. -7 p.m. Mon. Fri.) on Pulse in the last 12 months. Storz Station programming excite- ment has overturned radio listening habits of a generation -and Pulse isn't alone in reflecting it. March WDGY is first NSI area 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday- Saturday. WDGY is first all day per latest Trendex. In every recent report, April 2.8 WDGY has a big first place audience ...
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249. 1957-08-05-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... A Time -Buyer can That's what the newest Hooper says, continuing a dramatic runaway for WQAM since the start of Storz Station program- relax in Miami ming less than a year ago. Now WQAM has 4 times the One station (WQAM) has audience of the next station. The latest Pulse and Trendex 42.6%* of the audience. also show WQAM in first place by convincing margins. Makes time -buying in Miami rather simple, doesn't it? Don't complicate your life by leaning on 1956 data for WQAM support. Get the new figures from John Blair .. or talk to .. serving all of Southern Florida with ...
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250. 1957-05-27-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... "After a morning of being immersed in a lot of conflicting ratings, this feels good." "I know 5 markets where the figures don't leave your head swimming." In any of these 5 important markets .. you get the big audience with the Storz Station. first per AREA Nielsen and Pulse. 87% , renewal MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL March, 1957 Nielsen shows .. with WDGY. WDGY first (NSI rate among Kansas City's biggest advertisers proves dynamic sales power. See John Blair or Area, 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Mon. Sat.) Latest Trendex WHB GM George W. Armstrong. ranks WDGY first ...
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251. 1957-11-25-BC-OCR-Page-0097 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Wyo.; Cecil mittee on Motion Pictures to cover radio Hoskins. WWNC Asheville, N. C.; Richard and television. It is charged with develop- H. Mason, WPTF Raleigh, N. C.; John F. ing ways to evaluate broadcasting, in line Patt, WiR Detroit; Todd Storz, Storz sta- with the Sept. 8 encyclical by Pope Pius XII. tions; W. H. Summerville, WWL New The announcement was made last week Orleans: Jerome Sill, WFPG Atlantic City, by Bishop William A. Scully of Albany, N. J.; C. L. Thomas ...
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252. 1957-01-28-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -shows WDGY first in audience: Morning (27.5 %) afternoon (27.7 %) and all-day (27.6 %) .. ! Hooper, Pulse, Nielsen .. and a host of Twin Cities advertisers agree that WDGY has the big audience for those big results. There's a new listen in the Twin Cities -and Storz Station program- ming is responsible. Make sure you buy Minneapolis -St. Paul with WDGY the new data .. which your nearest Blair man, or General Manager 50,000 watts and a Steve Labunski will cheerfully supply. nearly perfect -circle daytime signal Trendey. T a.m. -O p.m. Monday- Saturday. January. ...
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253. 1957-10-14-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... WTIX first place Hooper now up to 24.3% (August- September) . WTIX first place Hooper quarter hours : 200 out of 220 (June -September) . WTIX first place Pulse: 21.1% (July- August, Monday through Saturday) . But enough of our figures. Let's talk about you and how Storz Station programming excitement can help you in New Orleans. Ask Adam Young .. or WTIX General Manager Fred Berthelson. WTIX first and getting firster in 11 station NEW ORLEANS WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. STÁ TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME. OFFICE. OMAHA ...
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254. 1957-03-11-BC-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... categories (large, medium, small and fm stations) . (has served before) . Elected for one -year terms were: Large John M. Outler, WSB Atlanta (board chair- - filled by Mr. Lovell," said Mr. Sugg. For the man, re- elected) . Medium-Todd Storz, Results were tabulated by an elections past 25 years Mr. Lovell has been chief engineer of WKY -AM -TV Oklahoma City, committee comprising George Roeder, KOWH Omaha, Neb. Small -l. R. Livesay, Okla. and has been with station for a total WCBM Baltimore, chairman Everett L. WLBH Mattoon ...
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255. 1957-10-21-BC-OCR-Page-0095 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... president and general tional Bank, Dallas, will address the Wednes- manager, KICD Spencer, Iowa, and NARTB host director (Dist. 10); E. K. Harten- day luncheon on the subject, "A Look at bower, general manager of KCMO-AM -TV (Meredith station) , and Todd Storz, What's Ahead for Business." Storz Stations, Omaha. Rep. Oren Harris (D - Ark.) , chairman of the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona broadcasters have to offer in the way of Committee, will speak at the Friday lunch- and had a registration ...
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256. 1957-07-01-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... p.m. Monday through Saturday. June Trendex says it. WDGY has 29.9% average share of audience, 7 a.m. -6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Latest Nielsen says it. WDGY first NSI area 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Latest Pulse (back in March -April) said WDGY is first every afternoon. Storz Station programming excitement has over- turned radio listening -and time - buying -habits of a generation. Get details from your Blair man ..or talk to WDGY General Manager Steve Labunski. WDGY 50,000 watts Minneapolis -St. Paul..>e . WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul STATI®NS - , W H B Kansas ...
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257. 1957-08-19-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... L5Z00 ellaçts3 56L6 S.;apeilas 3 peau00 Ideal makes the most of Temple tv series Page 33 v£ aTl ül?511C: Tv milestone: AT&T's Florida -Cuba relay Page 52 signal jumps the sea Profile on Mutual as new hands take over Page 72 "I have it much easier when I buy Storz Station cities." In each of these major markets, it isn't even close: More radios are tuned to the Storz Sta- tion than to any other. MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL WDGY #1 Hooper, Trendex, Pulse all day. See Blair or GM Jack - Thayer. KANSAS CITY WHB #1 ...
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258. 1957-06-17-BC-OCR-Page-0079 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... was reported to have resigned. programming and in selling, American TV comedy is not a funny business. Broadcasting will adapt itself to the im- Mr. Labunski has been vice president and portant work being done by our affiliates. What seemed hilarious at a story general manager of WDGY Minneapolis, one of the Todd Storz group. Mr. Eastman "Our selling will be done on a creative conference can fall flat at airtime. basis, recognizing the feeling and needs of said, "His principal efforts at the outset, as Film can help here -in many ways! the local station. American Broadcasting is the case with all ...
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259. 1957-10-28-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Next station's share? 24.9% . Latest Trendex gives WDGY 29.9% average." Newest Pulse gives WDGY first place, with more quarter hour wins Peaks than anybody-and no quarter hour below second.*** No wonder this month is seeing. . in the 2. WDGY's biggest billing in 34 years Twin The Storz Station programming which changed Twin Cities listening habits-has automatically created a new time - buying habit. It's the new data that counts. Cities Get all of it from Blair .. or WDGY General Manager .Jack Thayer. *7 a.m. -S p.m. Mon. -Sat. Aug. Sept. 1957 ** 7 a.m. ...
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260. 1957-11-25-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of audience (Trendex) ** . More t/q hour wins than anybody-and no 14 hour below second (Pulse) . * ** Highest billings in WDGY's history .. It isn't just quantity of audience that has created this new Twin Cities time- buying habit. It's something else -the particular ability of Storz Station programming to provide a climate in which your message has maximum penetration -potential. Talk to Blair .. or WDGY General Manager Jack Thayer. WDGY 50,000 watts Minneapolis -St. Paul 7 a.m. -S p.m. Mon. -Sat. " ** I a.m. -S p.m. Mon. -Sat. A `J 6 ...
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261. 1957-07-15-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... WQAM with Station "A " 10.1% 37.9% -enjoys 334 times the second station's audience. That's what Station "B " 9.8% the newest Hooper says, continuing a dramatic, fantastic change in Station "C " 7.3% Southern Florida radio listening-and time -buying -since the start Station "D " 6.8% of Storz Station programming at WQAM, less than a year ago. Station "E " 6.3% Station "F " 5.6% The latest Pulse and Trendex have WQAM in first place. So it's unani- Station "G " 5.4% mous. So don't let 1956 data throw sand in your eyes. Send for ...
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262. 1957-05-20-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... even bigger lead over the next sta- tion in 11- station New Orleans -first in the morning (19.0 %) , first in the afternoon (19.0 %) and first all day. Hooper continues to give WTIX top audience share in every time period, with a first place 20.3% all -day average. Storz Station programming ideas and excitement have created a new New Orleans listening habit, which in turn is producing a new New Orleans time -buying habit. Next time the Young man calls, make him tell you the WTIX story. Better still, give him a call-or talk to WTIX General Manager Fred Berthelson. 7 a.m. ...
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263. 1957-02-18-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... hours. In at WHB .. 87% renewal 87% of WHB's largest billing local accounts and out of home, Mon: Fri. 6 a.m. midnight. in 1955 .. renewed in 1956! Latest AREA PULSE Sure, WHB dominates Kansas City on every WHB first all day. WHB national survey. Sure, Storz Station program- first 263 out of 288 quar- ming quality attracts tremendous audiences ter- hours. 25 second place -which in turn attract advertisers. But 14's, none lower. Mon: Sat. 6 a.m. midnight. it takes results to make local advertisers come back for more. And WHB is Kan- Latest ...
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264. 1957-09-30-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... share of Twin Cities audience, 7 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. WDGY controls the #1 spot. Latest Pulse continues the unanimity WDGY has 189 first : Advertisers control place quarter hours against 128 for the next station. consumer purchases with buys on: And its not just a listening habit of a generation which Storz Station programming has overturned. Time -buying habits have undergone a tremendous switch to WDGY. If you want to have WDGY everything under control in the Twin Cities, talk to Blair .. or 50,000 Watts WDGY General Manager Jack Thayer. Minneapolis -St. Paul WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO ...
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265. 1957-02-04-BC-OCR-Page-0011 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... WHB .. 87% renewal WHB first 360 out of 360 quarter-hours. In and out of 87 % of WHB's largest billing local accounts in 1955. home, Mon. -Fri. 6 a.m. -mid- night. renewed in 1956. Latest Sure, WHB dominates Kansas City on every national AREA PULSE survey. Sure, Storz Station programming quality WHB first all day, WHB first attracts tremendous audiences -which in turn at- 263 out of 288 quarter- hours. 25 second place 1/4's, none tract advertisers. But it takes results to make lower. Mon. Sat. 6 a.m. mid- local advertisers come back for more. And ...
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266. 1957-10-14-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Spotlight on Kansas City in second round of NARTB regionals Page 44 Moulder starts asking questions, tips hand on tough probe Page 60 Sarra lays down some ground rules for film commercials Page 120 (Dominance for the station ..Dominance for your message) In each of these major markets . . . more radios are tuned to the Storz Station than any other MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL WDGY is first .. all -day average. Proof: Hooper (31.9 %) . . Trendex . Pulse. See Blair or General Manager Jack Thayer. . . . KANSAS CITY. WHB is first All-day. Proof: Metro Pulse, Nielsen, Trendex, . ...
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267. 1957-08-12-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of dominance is added to WTIX's continuing-and widening leadership among New Orleans' don't 11 radio stations. The most recent (June -July) Hooper shows WTIX with a decisive lead -claiming slightly over twice the audience belong to WTIX. of the runner-up station. WTIX's share: 23.2% ; next station's share: 11.5% . Storz Station round -the-clock excitement and ideas have created a new New Orleans listening habit, with new time - The buying habits to match. Spare the Adam Young man a little time out of your day to tell you why you get nothing other 266 do! but good times out of WTIX's day. Or, talk ...
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268. 1957-08-26-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... : WDGY has 31.1% average share of audience, 7 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Twin June Trendex says it: WDGY has 29.9% average share of Cities audience, 7 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Latest Pulse says it: WDGY has 189 first place quarter hours against 128 for next station. Storz Station programming excitement has overturned radio- listening-and time-buying habits -of a generation. See your Blair man .. or talk to Uv WDGY WDGY General Manager Jack Thayer. 50,000 Watts Minneapolis-St. Paul WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul W H B Kansas City WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR á CO. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S ...
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269. 1957-03-04-BC-OCR-Page-0062 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of general concern for without an examiner's initial decision and waii owns KPOA Honolulu, WTAC Flint the fullest and freest development of our a counter proposal that the record be certi- and 50% of KTVR (TV) Denver. A letter communications system." fied to the Commission for an initial deci- from Todd Storz (Storz stations) urging While not all of the committee members sion. The commissioners held that a decision that the Commission investigate WSMB's want toll tv, the demand for Commission ac- by the examiner would assist them in reach- promotional practices and charging that a tion has mounted so that even committee ing a ...
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270. 1957-09-16-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... day.. WTIX is first in 266. Thus a new dimension of dominance is added to don't WTIX's continuing-and widening leadership among New Orleans' 11 radio stations. belong The most recent (July- August) Hooper shows WTIX in first place with 23.3% -over twice the runner -up station's 11.1 % . to WTIX. Storz Station round -the -clock excitement and ideas have created a new New Orleans listening habit, with new time -buying habits to match. Spare the Adam Young man a little time out of your day to tell you why you get nothing but good times out of WTIX's day. Or, talk to WTIX general man- ...
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271. 1957-07-29-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Listening to first audience, 7 a.m. -6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. place WDGY Latest Nielsen says it: WDGY first NSI area 9 a.m. -6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 2. Buying WDGY- advertised products Latest Pulse says it: WDGY has 189 first place quarter-hours, against 128 for next station. WDGY Storz Station programming excitement has overturned radio- listening-and time -buying habits -of a generation. 50,000 watts MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL See your Blair man .. or talk to WDGY General Manager Jack Thayer. WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul W H B Kansas City WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S ...
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272. 1957-03-25-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -place segments on WDGY. When you buy Minneapolis -St. Paul, don't rely on old, out -dated infor- mation, which won't tell you, for instance, that Trendex now has WDGY in first place in audience, morning, afternoon, and all day. Let Blair bring you up to date on what Storz Station programming has done to Twin Cities' radio listening. Or, talk over the new figures (and what they mean) with WDGY General Manager Steve Labunski. 50,000 watts and a WDGY nearly perfect- circle daytime signal MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL The Storz Stations WDGY WHB WQAM KOWH WTIX Minneapolis -St. Paul Kansas ...
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273. 1957-10-14-BC-OCR-Page-0081 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... through Southern California, giving direct broadcast reports 24 hours a day. telecasts. WTMJ-TV presented a number of special features, as did WTMJ radio, morning of Oct. 5. WSM -TV also tracked 20 minutes with a Radio Moscow engineer, under the direction of Donald Loose and the beeps. as WHB, a Storz station, recorded the Sprague Vonier, respective WTMJ and conversation. The Russian gave many in- WTMJ -TV program managers. The Mil- KANSAS CITY-WHB News Director Hugh teresting comments and denied that Soviet waukee celebrating, after the final game, Beder wasn't satisfied with wire stories so he troops were being trained for a ...
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274. 1957-12-02-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Radio networks: Rebounding with new billings, listeners Page 27 The 25 -890 me study: Hundreds of comments flood FCC Page 50 K.C. Star sells WDAF -AM -TV to moviemen for $7.6 million Page 62 Commercial tv in Britain: Matured medium in two years Page 82 .. try a package today Where there's a Storz Station .. there's RESPONSE generated by the kind of radio which-in each of day average as high as 48.5% (Nielsen) . See Blair or Gen- these major markets -has more listeners than any eral Manager George W. Armstrong. other station NEW ORLEANS WTIX is first All -day. Proof: Hooper MINNEAPOLIS ...
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275. 1957-12-09-BC-OCR-Page-0058 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . for Motivational Research, and Dr. Arthur Plans for 1960 Winter Olympics At -large directors whose terms expire are Wilkins, director of creative research, Ben- Include Extensive Tv Coverage ton & Bowles. John M. Outler, WSB Atlanta, large sta- Television will be called upon to play a tions; Todd Storz, Storz stations, medium; J. R. Livesay, WLBH Mattoon, Ill. small; WGN -AM -TV's Hanlon Named big role in staging the 1960 Winter Olympic Games from Squaw Valley, Calif. accord- Merrill Lindsay, WSOY -FM Decatur, Ill. President of Chicago Unlimited ing to Prentis Cobb Hale Jr. president of ...
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276. 1957-12-16-BC-OCR-Page-0088 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Cobb, KVGB Great Bend, Kan.; William C. Grove, KFBC Cheyenne, Wyo.; Cecil B. Hoskins, WWNC Asheville, N. C.; Richard H. Mason, WPTF Raleigh, N. C.; Jerome Sill, WFPG Atlantic City, N. J.; Todd Storz, Storz Stations; W. H. Summer- Lord knows how long I've waited For ville, WWL New Orleans; C. L. Thomas, just one Cascade order across this KXOK St. Louis; Merle H. Tucker, KGAK Gallup, N. M.; Jack S. Younts, WEEB ...
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277. 1957-04-01-BC-OCR-Page-0152 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... quarter hours. More evidence, added to previous data, of KOWH's decisive dom- inance of Omaha radio. Feb. -March Hooper has LATEST PULSE SAYS: KOWH out in front, too, as ever! Trendex gives KOWH top spot, too. KOWH leads next independent This is the kind of market -dominance which Storz Station ideas, programming and broad (660 kc.) by nearly coverage continue to make possible for national and local advertisers. Results prove it, too. Get Adam Young's point of view over with General Manager Virgil Sharpe. .. or talk it 2 to 1 TODD STORZ, President Today s Radio for ...
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278. 1957-07-15-BC-OCR-Page-0111 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... both radio and tv. Con- Watertown, Wis. 32. college, single, seven years sider all replies. Box 449A, BT. with the mike. One year with WJLK, Asbury Park, N. J. Contact Roger Magee, 1317 Stewart Wanna make money? Let Pulse -proven di, with Storz -Noemac excitement know -how, help you Ave. Wanamassn, N. J. PRospect 5 -5345. AVAILABLE IF become "Number One." Aggressive salesman. Family man, desires permanency. Box 451A, B.T. TELEVISION Disc jockey: 3 years experience. College, single. Desire N. J. Conn. Pa. other ...
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279. 1957-09-02-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... A Time -Buyer That's what the newest Hooper says, continuing a dramatic doesn't have to dig runaway for WQAM since the start of Storz Station program- ming less than a year ago. Now WQAM has more than 31/2 very far to times the audience of the next station. The latest Metro Pulse, 9- county area Pulse and Trendex also show WQAM in first learn what's what place. Makes time-buying in Miami rather simple, doesn't it? Don't complicate your life by leaning on 1956 data for support. in Miami. Get the new figures from John Blair .. or talk to WQAM WQAM General Manager Jack Sand ...
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280. 1957-04-15-BC-OCR-Page-0136 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... for Northern New England's g land's 3iá inch and Ili) inch transmission line, General Electric BM-1A monitor. Equipment located ket. Sales Representative wanted by Leading Station. Two already on staff Miami. Contact Dale Moudy, Engineering VP. 50,000 watt, clear channel station in doing very well, but agree we are not The Storz Stations, Kilpatrick Building, Omaha the Midwest. This major network affili- 2, Nebraska. nearly approaching potential of this fine ate is recognized as one of the coun- market. Prefer New Englander who un- Complete DuMont camera chain. Pickup control try's top stations. Only interested in and monitor. Portable ...
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281. 1957-04-15-BC-OCR-Page-0135 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , special terms. This and 15 other stations currently avail- events. Past RINDA Director. 28. Family. Box Manager -commercial manager. 6 years tv, 10 able through Paul Chapman Company, 84 Peach- 386G, B.T. years radio. Also network and agency. Best ref- tree, Atlanta. Storz trained program director-news director and erences previous stations. Box 200G, B.T. Kilowatt am available. Pacific coast college town. top -flight personality wane to relocate with pro- $10,000 down will handle. Our No. 9886. May gressive independent. Have tremendous major Technical Brothers, Binghamton, New York. market ...
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282. 1957-07-01-BC-OCR-Page-0070 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... service. Clinton McKinnon, presi- THE CALIF. -ORE. THE price of big city daytime radio stations dent-owner of .KOAT -TV, said the station will supply the logs to anyone who wants is inching up. Last May KOWH Omaha, to make legitimate use of them. Neither TV TRIO Neb. was sold by Todd Storz to National Messrs. Hubbard nor McKinnon had been Weekly Inc. (William F. Buckley) for accustomed to paid newspaper logs in other $822,500. Last week, WHIM Providence, cities where they have operated stations. R. I. was sold by Frank W. Miller Jr. to The Denver Post is ...
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283. 1957-12-23-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... check.. and double check Twin Cities radio audiences endorse WDGY programming . advertisers endorse WDGY audiences and selling power. Creative, imaginative, showmanlike Storz Station programming has produced an entirely new Twin Cities listening habit ..and time-buying habits to match. Latest Hooper, Trendex and Pulse all show WDGY first. Daytime first place ratings are at an all -time high. So are billings. Check with John Blair .. or WDGY General Manager, Jack Thayer. WDGY 50,000 watts Minneapolis -St. Paul WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR A CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. WTIX New Orleans TODAY'S ...
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284. 1957-11-11-BC-OCR-Page-0109 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Announcers Technical staffing. Sales, pd, sports and other. Want pros. Challenging opportunity. WMNI, 1975 Sunbury Engineer-announcer with first class ticket for Rd. Columbus, Ohio. Disc Jockeys: Know your music? Station with more listeners than all competitors wants two clear channel Alabama station. Good pay and men. Outstanding Storz style dj, also combo pleasant working conditions. Send tape and re- Management man. Openings in sixty to ninety days. Move sume to Box 775B, BROADCASTING. up fast and make more money in expanding Manager wanted immediately for radio station Illinois operation. Send tape and pic with com- plete resume. ...
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285. 1957-04-01-BC-OCR-Page-0102 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... York; Stone, Robert L. WABC- Portland, Ore.; Walker, James P. KTUL Tulsa; Schenkkan, Robert F. U. of Tex. Austin, Tex.; Walker, Merrill H. WOAP Owosso, Mich.; Walk- Scheuer, John D. Jr. WFIL Philadelphia; Schia- TV New York; Storz, Todd, KOWH. Omaha: er, Osborne, General Electric Co. Syracuse, vone, James, WWJ -TV Detroit; Schlafly, Hubert Stowman, Kenneth W. WFIL Philadelphia; N. Y.; Walker, William, WBEV Beaver Dam, J. TelePrompTer Corp. New York; Schmidt, Strack, Eugene W. ...
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286. 1957-04-08-BC-OCR-Page-0033 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... for Distin- RESPECTFULLY PRESENTED BY Wash.; Ray Eppel, KORN Mitchell, S. D.; guished Service to broadcasting. The award THF. MEMNERS OF Hugh M. Smith, WCOV Montgomery, Ala.; will be accepted for Mr. Hoover by C. M. THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RADIO Todd Storz, KOWH Omaha; Donald W. AND TELEVISION BROADCASTERS Jansky Jr. pioneer radio engineer who took Thornburgh, WCAU Philadelphia; Harold CHICAGO part in early regulatory conferences when APRIL B. SHE Hough, WBAP Fort Worth; Daniel W. Mr. Hoover was Secretary of Commerce. Kops, WAVZ New Haven; J. R ...
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287. 1957-05-13-BC-OCR-Page-0115 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Box rector. Box 630G, B.T. sports, disc jockey. Box 683G. E.V. 439G, B.T. 1st phone, experienced 4 years television, full Deefay needs audience that prefers subtle to Florida vhf seeking experienced tv announcer- qualified studio. transmitter operations. Some obvious, provocative to trite. No Storz type, this. director, position available immediately, send tape. brochure. picture to Program Director stexperience. Box 634G, BT. Box 689G, BT. WCTV Television, P. O. Box 3166 MSS, Talla- hassee. Florida. Chief engineer, twenty years experience am-fm Have toothbrush ..will travel ...
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288. 1957-05-13-BC-OCR-Page-0117 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Box rector. Box 630G, B.T. sports, disc jockey. Box 883G, B.T. 439G, B.T. 1st phone, experienced 4 years television, full DeeJay needs audience that prefers subtle to Florida vhf seeking experienced tv announcer - qualified studio, transmitter onerations. Some obvious, provocative to trite. No Storz type, this. director. position available immediately, send maintenance, experience. Box 634G, B.T. Box 889G, B.T. tape. brochure, picture to Program Director WCTV Television, P. O. Box 3168 MSS, Talla- hassee. Florida. Chief engineer, twenty years experience am -fm Have ...
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289. 1957-06-10-BC-OCR-Page-0100 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . META. but no agreements have been merly program manager of WHB Kansas Katz found its man in Mr. Pearson, who reached. In turn, others -not necessarily bidders are talking to META concerning the use of - City. in addition to his program managership at This move, reportedly the first of its Todd Storz' WHB has also had extensive kind in the annals of :station representation, on -air experience at WHB and KOWH its present existing facilities. Understood to was taken "because of the critical impor- Omaha. Mr. Pearson, the Katz Agency said, be "very interested" in META's physical tance of ...
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290. 1957-11-11-BC-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Wishes to relocate for 58-on! Box 889B, Gal Friday, available, experience in program BROADCASTING. Negro di, 26 years. Married, stable. Three years department. Ambitious, will travel. Box 869B, experience. Can supply best references. Trained BROADCASTING. Experienced radio-tv salesman. Strictly on com- in Storz programming. Strong on news and mission basis. No salary, no advance, no draw. ad -lib. Want to get ahead. Midwest, north pre- Reliable married man desires steady position as If you want new accounts, greater volume, ferred-no deep south. Tape and resume on news -sports director or ...
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291. 1957-11-18-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the morning, first in the afternoon, and first all day with 21.1 % . Hooper continues to give WTIX top audience share in every time period, with a first place 24.1% all-day average. First place Hooper quarter hours: 200 out of 220. First place Pulse quarter hours: 281 out of 288. Storz Station programming ideas and excitement have created a new New Orleans listening habit, which in turn is producing a new New Orleans time-buying habit. Next time the Young man calls, make him tell you the WTIX story. Better still, give him a call-or talk to WTIX General Manager Fred Berthelson. WTIX first and ...
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292. 1957-06-24-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... This morning from 3 E. 54th St. . . and ing (19.0 %) , first in the afternoon (19.0 %) from offices in Chicago, St. Louis, Boston, Los and first all day. Angeles and San Francisco, the Adam Young men are out with new data on New Orleans Storz Station programming ideas and excite- radio. ment have created a new New Orleans listening habit, with new time-buying habits to match. They have a new Hooper which shows WTIX If the Adam Young man doesn't call you to even further ahead with 24.2% all -day average tell you more, you call him. ...
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293. 1957-09-02-BC-OCR-Page-0056 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , is owned WREX -TV cialist and a station exploitation specialist concentrating their entire efforts in the by WSM Inc. a subsidiary of National Life & Accident Insurance Co. E. W. Craig is 704 eft field." Mr. Moudy joins ABN Tuesday. He formerly was vice president and engineer- ing director for the Storz stations [13T, board chairman and John H. DeWitt Jr. is president of WSM Inc. sales power! Aug. 19] . WKST -TV to Join ABC-TV WKST -TV New Castle, Pa. will become - WREX -TV, "The Viewers' Choice" DELIVERS your message to the buyers MBS Names Wagner ...
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294. 1957-09-02-BC-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Steams, producer of NBC-TV's. Herbert S. Dolgoff, series, Record Hop. Sat. 4 -5:30 p.m. Arthur Murray Party (Mon. 9:30 -10 p.m.) , lawyer in private practice Howard Holderness, president of Jefferson has been named executive producer with in Omaha, Neb. to Storz Standard Life Insurance Co. and member of American Broadcasting Network for un- Stations. Omaha, as gen- board of directors of Jefferson Standard specified daily hour live musical program. eral counsel. Broadcasting Co. (WBT Charlotte, N. C.; WBTV [TV] Charlotte, and WBTV Flor- ...
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295. 1957-11-25-BC-OCR-Page-0112 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... cidently, I specialize in independent radio, the kind that's No. 1 everywhere in audience and ture available upon request. Box 120C, BROAD- CASTING. Staff announcer. Nationally top -rated di per- pect Cote St Fritz Van Duyse, ee CdilaMihian -9218. profits. The writer is a responsible, Fast moving Storz style negro di ready for west man who hasn't climbed high enough energeticas yet. sonality. Knows music, artists. Experienced in radio, tv, board work, news, good voice, smooth coast. Contact Chet Whiteside, 105 Ashworth Box 139C, BROADCASTING. delivery, program ideas, gimmicks. First phone ...
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296. 1957-06-24-BC-OCR-Page-0050 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... to paid programming, Hatch, CALL Salt Lake City, reported KIMA Yakima, Wash.; John M. Outler, comparative data will be obtained for a chairman of the Radio Transmission WSB Atlanta; Harold Hough, WBAP Fort substantial segment of homes, possibly as Tariff Committee on the impact of technical Worth; Todd Storz, KOWH Omaha, Neb.; many as 300. Selection of an original sample and economical changes in the reappraisal J. Frank Jarman, WDNC Durham, N. C.; of, say, 1,500 homes out of the 7,800 in the of AT&T line charges. J. R. Livesay ...
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297. 1957-12-02-BC-OCR-Page-0097 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Transmitter watch must have several years announcing experience, 198C, BROADCASTING. duties to spell other technicians. Immediate open- sales experience. must be married, must have car. ing. Group insurance program. WJIS, Beckley. Send tape, resume and photo. Box 157C, BROAD- Energetic family man announcer with Storz- West Virginia. CASTING. Noemac ability and cooperative personality to work with growing Texas chain of stations. Technical supervisor take charge well equipped Wealth of experience not needed. Tape and am -fin operation. New Gates kilowatt am. GE tin Soler resume first leter. Box 201C, BROADCASTING. transmitters, remote controlled ...
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298. 1957-07-08-BC-OCR-Page-0091 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Please send aircheck. like you just can't hardly find no more. Top pay. unlimited opportunities with America's Staff announcer. Must have good voice and most successful radio group. Send tape and re- Salesman. Michigan. Major independent. Real solid experience. Top Montana station. Forty sume to Bill Stewart -The Storz Stations, 820 opportunity for solid successful producer. Salary hours. Profit sharing, two weeks' vacation, ex- Kilpatrick Building. Omaha, Nebraska. plus. Box 157A, BT. cellent salary. Contact Assistant Manager, /SIBS Great Falls, Montana. Terhniral Radio salesman for independent in regional market. ...
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299. 1957-09-16-BC-OCR-Page-0144 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - quarter hours day.. WTIX is first in 266. Thus a new dimension of dominance is added to don't WTIX's continuing-and widening leadership among New Orleans' 11 radio stations. belong The most recent (July -August) Hooper shows WTIX in first place with 23.3 70-over twice the runner-up station's 11.1% . to WTIX. Storz Station round -the-clock excitement and ideas have created a new New Orleans listening habit, with new time -buying habits to match. Spare the Adam Young man a little time out of your day to tell you why you get nothing but good times out of WTIX's day. Or, talk to WTIX general man- The ...
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300. 1957-07-15-BC-OCR-Page-0109 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... bright sounding josh disides Guyer, General Manager. B.T. like you just can't hardly find no more. Top pay, unlimited opportunities with America s Sales Announcer -copywriter, mature voice, minimum most successful radio group. Send tape and re- two years experience network affiliate. $75 start. gime to Bill Stewart-The Storz Stations, 820 Periodic raises, retirement plan, benefits. Send Kilpatrick Building, Omaha, Nebraska. sales manager in New York-New Jersey metro- tape, letter. Box 471A. B.T. politan area. Must be a go-getter. Storecasting and background music field. Commission basis. Combination announcer -engineer with first class ...
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