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301. 1959-03-02-BC-OCR-Page-0099 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Metropolitan experience, degree, highest references. Box 916H, BROADCASTING. positions for anyone with energy, talent, and self- drive. Northwest quarter of United States. 12 years radio, tv. Family. Now production To qualify you must have the appearance, manner, and ability to meet and manager of metropolitan Storz type station. Want program director or assistant manager deal with management and engineering personnel. Salary plus profit sharing job. Thorough knowledge all phases station operation. Net type or music and news. Box and liberal company benefits. Send resume, availability and salary require- 932H, BROADCASTING. ments to John Doolittle, ...
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302. 1956-05-21-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... habits. If you haven't studied Page 99 New Orleans radio afresh lately . . . question GM Fred Berthelson, or Adam Young. *Coming soon -WQAM, Miami, Florida -Florida's first radio station serving all of Southern Florida with 5,000 watts on 560 kc. Transfer subject to FCC approval. -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY "The STORZ Stations" -Todd Storz, President WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans THE NE SWEEKLY Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by 3F RADIO AND TV H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Avery-Knodel, Inc ...
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303. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0010 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Mr. Hurley of WDGY Minneapolis-St. Paul, promoted started with company in 1957 as account executive in Chi- to general manager, succeeding JACK cago. He will assume duties of both city sales manager and resigned. Mr. Clarke joined THAYER, his new post until his successor is named. WDGY in 1956 when Storz stations bought Twin Cities outlet. He was pre- MICHAEL T. JOSEPH and viously with Scott Paper Co. Chester, Pa. DANIEL H. SMITH appoint- and served at WTCN Minneapolis as ac- ed vp in charge of radio op- count executive. Other Storz stations: erations and vp and director MR. ...
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304. 1956-08-13-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... place 14's, dience. WHB first none lower, Mon. - every time period. Fri. 7 a.m. -6 p.m. of home, Mon. -Fri. Sat. 6 a.m. -mid- Mon. -Sat. 6 a.m. -6 Sat. 8 a.m. -6 p.m. 6 a.m. -midnight. night. p.m. "THE STORZ STATIONS" Todd Storz- President WDGY KOWH WHB WTIX WQAM* Minneapolis -St. Paul Omaha Kansas City New Orleans Miami Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery-Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co. ...
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305. 1970-11-02-BC-OCR-Page-0079 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... r Oklahoma City Kansas City St. Louis Minneapolis New Orleans Miami KOMA WHB KXOK WDGY WTIX WQAM The Stor!&a tiozis STORZ BROADCASTING CO. HEADQUARTERS: KIEWIT PLAZA OMAHA, NEBRASKA o ROBERT H. STORZ, PRESIDENT ...
01 Jan 1970  -  146k
306. 1956-07-30-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... still its fall filmed football highlights package, be surprise in "dissenting" opinion of FCC some 4,000 pages to be digested. has finally decided on syndication, now Comr. John C. Doerfer on transfer of BIT that ABC and one other party have dropped option. Arrangement has Miami's WQAM from Miami Herald to Todd Storz' Mid- Continent for $850,000 approved by FCC at its final pre- recess - BEFORE embarking for Seattle, - Counsel Cox and Nicholas Zapple, communications expert of committee, spent couple of days approved by Big 10 Tv Committee officials and is now in selling stage. been and meeting July 26-official announcement in ...
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307. 1965-06-21-BC-OCR-Page-0064 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... give that's worth hearing." Mr. Arm- Los Angeles, was a victory meeting for Microphone's power strong charged "vapid, safe-playing" the association, whose efforts were editorials are no help in the drive for largely responsible for the passage of not fully realized "straight, unfettered editorializing." Higher Plane The Storz executive a bill allowing radio and TV newsmen to take their mikes and cameras into said broadcasters must not fear the meetings of public administrative agen- The power of the press has long "power of the press" and must work cies within the state. In broadcast edi- since given way to the power of ...
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308. BC-1984-03-12-OCR-Page-0109 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Okla. for $6 mil- lion. New York -based and publicly held group owner, headed by Robert Price, president, also owns WOWO(AM) Fort Wayne, Indiana and also bought, within past year, Klot(FM) San Francisco and WIRK- AM-FM West Palm Beach, Fla. Seller, Storz Broadcasting, owned by Robert H. Storz, owns four other AM's. Broker: Blackburn & Co. Price tag of $950,000 has been put on woAV(AM) Silver Spring, Md. (Washington) by owner, Greater Media. New Brunswick, N.J. -based group owner of five AM's and ...
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309. 1956-09-03-BC-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... related to the Commis- Similarly, Grade B coverage equations were 6 (WRGB [TV] Schenectady) , *17, 23, 35, 41 sion's action in July in approving the purchase revised on the assumption that the noise level of and 47. Comrs. McConnaughey, Doerfer and of WQAM Miami by Todd Storz' Mid- Conti- receivers had been improved since 1952 when Mack dissented. Comrs. Webster and Lee con- nent Broadcasting Co. In that case some com- the present rules were promulgated. curred but would also propose the deletion of missioners wanted a hearing to investigate the Comr. T. A. ...
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310. 1956-08-27-BC-OCR-Page-0055 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... THE NEW MINNEAPOLIS * ST. PAIX. announces the appointment of as exclusive national representative EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 1956 WDGY -The Twin Cities' 50,000-watt Independent station, at 1130 on the dial, is owned and operated by MID -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY Todd Storz, President Steve Labunski, Gen. Mgr. WDGY Storz stations represented by John Blair & Company also include WHB, Kansas City, Mo. and WQAM, Miami, Fla. BROADCASTING TELECASTING August 27, .1956 Page SS ...
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311. BC-1960-11-14-OCR-Page-0062 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... W. Blackburn H. W. Cosslll Clifford Marshall B. Colin M. Solpl Robert Jr. and C. L. Thomas to Todd hock V. Harvey William B. Ryan Stanley Whitaker Calif. Bonk Bldg. J.serh M. Sifrick 333 N. Michigan Ave. Robert M. Baird 9441 Wilshire Blvd. Storz for $1.5 million cash. KXOK W.dington Building Chicago, Illinois Healey Building Beverly Hills, Calif. Broadcasting Inc. will be liquidated and Stark's 3 -4341 Financial 6 -6460 J4ckson 5.1576 CResfvi.w 4 -2770 Storz purchases all assets, including real estate. Commission approval of 62 (THE MEDIA) BROADCASTING, November 14, ...
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312. 1956-07-23-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... its now -established weir ostation' Enables place in the market well justifies a place in your time -buying for fall. In fact, tended Operation it's a must! Talk to Avery-Knodel, or WDGY General Manager Steve Labunski. Page 71 Minneapolis -St. Paul 50,000 watts-and almost perfect -circle daytime coverage -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY "The STORZ Stations" -Todd Storz, President year WDGY, Minneapolis -5t. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans WOAM,* Miami Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery -Knodel, Inc. H-R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, ...
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313. 1975-03-17-BC-OCR-Page-0056 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... authorization Includes off-air licenses Gross's ability to operate broadcast station in pù lic interest. Action Feb. I8. FCC decisions 27.5 kw horiz, 11.6 kw vert. Ann. March 6. Rapid City and Lead, S.D. TV proceeding: WTIX(AM) New Orleans, renewal proceedirr Western Television Co. and Dakota Broadcasting Storz Broadcasting Co. (Doc. 20200) -FCC stay: FM actions Co. competing for ch. 7 at Rapid City and satel- hearing on application of Storz Broadcasting Cc lite on ch. 5 at Lead (Dots. 20093 -6) -AU John for renewal of license. Application was designate KALW San ...
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314. BC-1984-07-16-OCR-Page-0061 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . 98033. Principal is owned by Jacque Hodges (51 %) , his WDGY(AM) Minneapolis (1130 khz; 50 kw -U) -Seeks Clark, Lee C. Hartman and Glenn B. Hammond. They have brother Wayne Sepolen (44 %) and his brother, John Sepolen assignment of license from Storz Broadcasting to Malrite of no other broadcast interests. Filed July 6. (5 %) . They have no other broadcast interests. Filed June 22. Minnesota Inc. for $3.25 million cash. Seller is subsidiary of Omaha -based station group owned by Robert Storz. It owns KQFB(TV) Tacoma. ...
01 Jan 1984  -  56k
315. 1967-05-08-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ence. Excellent salary. Rush tape and re- to include air shift and work in creative Thomas Holmquist, Manager, KMCD, Fair- sume to WDGY Radio, Box 0 Minne- copy department. Good salary, working con- field, Iowa. 515- 472 -4191. apolis, Minnesota. (A Storz Station) . ditions and fringe benefits. First phone pre- First phone engineer and competent en- ferred but not mandatory. Please send tape gineer announcer and Full -time newsman or woman, must be ag- and resume to Philip A. Jacobs, Program picture, resume to Joe Kendall, Manager, gressive ...
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316. 1969-03-10-BC-OCR-Page-0080 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... owned Television Stations Division Storz stations. Leo M. Brody, manager of special proj- there as administrator of research proj- LaRue M. Cour- ects, Independent Television Corp. New ects. son, manager of York, joins Allied Artists Television production de- Corp. there as eastern division sales Richard E. Reed, VP and general man- manager. ager, WLwc(rv) Columbus, Ohio, joins partment, Na- WLWT(TV) Cincinnati in same capacity. tional Association George Wilson, program director, WOKY David Abbott, sales manager at WLwc- of Broadcasters, Milwaukee, named VP and national ...
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317. 1969-03-31-BC-OCR-Page-0082 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... picture that already features two similar WQXR New York, as chairman, George programs, Mr. Menchel said, "it leaves W. Armstrong of the Storz stations as CBS having to recapture the audi- NBC, CBS still about vice chairman and Robert D. Enoch of ence," which now is watching ABC and neck -to -neck in ratings wxt.w Indianapolis as secretary. It also NBC. He said NBC will pick up some accepted the resignation of John J. new viewers for the Tonight Show, the NBC -TV averaged only a fraction ahead Heywood, resulting from his resignation independents will have a "windfall" of CBS ...
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318. 1967-04-17-BC-OCR-Page-0119 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... area directional daytimer going ence. Excellent salary. Rush tape and re- perienced, good -sounding, young man, for FM wants experienced first class engineer. sume to WDGY Radio, Box 6606, Minne- good music format! Excellent salary, fringe Strong on maintenance, some construction apolis, Minnesota. (A Storz Station) . benefits. Send tape, background, and photo experience. Good salary and growth oppor- to WFDF, Flint, Michigan. tunity with growing independent group. Experienced newsman to handle active night Send resume to Box D -73, BROADCAST- shift. Must write, produce and broadcast Immediate opening for ...
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319. 1967-04-10-BC-OCR-Page-0122 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... becomes bureau manager in Vancouver, Mo. died Wednesday (April 5) at his pointments follow reorganization of Au- B. C. home of heart attack. When WHB sta- thority's planning and construction de- tions were sold by Cook Paint and Var- partment into two new departments: DEATHS nish Co. to Storz in 1954, Mr. Schilling planning and propagation, station de- became manager of KMBC -AM -FM also sign and construction. William J. McNally, in Kansas City, and also owned by 74, board chairman of Cook company. He retired in 1961. Marce Munro, director of English Midwest Radio and ...
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320. BC-1953-08-31-OCR-Page-0103 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... (KOWH Omaha. Neb.) for four petitions are mutually exclusive. Comments son, Wis.) to change transmitter and studio loca- $25,000. Principals are President- Treasurer Robert on the above proposal may be filed on or before tion to on Wisconsin State Hwy. 106, 1 mile east H. Storz (60%) , banking, insurance and manu- Sept. 23. Action Aug. 19; announced Aug. 20. of city limits of Ft. Atkinson. Filed Aug. 28. facturer of malt beverages, and Vice President - TV Allocation-Montgomery, Ala. FCC proposed Secretary Todd Storz (40 ...
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321. 1964-04-20-BC-OCR-Page-0115 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... been assigned Breakstone Foods divi- American Red Cross; Gabriel Hauge, as, who has resigned. Stations are sion of National Dairy Products and president of Manufacturers Hanover owned by Storz organization. Jack Frost and Quaker Sugars division Trust, and Dr. Grayson Kirk, president Eugene W. Wilkin, VP and general of National Sugar Refining Corp. of Columbia University, all New York. manager of Guy Gannett Broadcasting Ronald P. Smillie, head of his own Ed Hunt joins New York television Services (wGAN -AM -TV Portland, Me.) , St. Louis agency and former VP of sales staff of Venard, Tobert & ...
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322. 1973-01-29-BC-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ) top 40's rated number one over-all in its in the past three years, KHJ stumbled New Orleans. Validating the concept he market. last year, and Bill Watson returned as had proved in Omaha at xowH(AM) , Coming down the Pacific Coast, KFRC- keeper of the format. the late Todd Storz found major- market (AM) San Francisco should begin to In the town Buck Owens and Merle success with an idea he got sitting in an come on strong just as the traveler Haggard turned into "Nashville West," Omaha bar listening to the same songs crosses the California- Oregon border. the husband ...
01 Jan 1973  -  39k
323. 1961-05-15-BC-OCR-Page-0113 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... with J. Walter Thompson, N. Y. will headquarter in Beverly Hills, has been in business affairs department of Desilu for over four years, and prior and Mr. Green served Campbell-Ewald Detroit. Microphones Robert Tilton, formerly director of to that served in legal department of Capitol Records for two years. engineering for Storz stations, named to suit any need! broadcast sales engineer for Gates Samuel Manners, associate producer Radio Co. Quincy, Ill. of Screen Gems' Route 66, named ex- Walter R. He demon, assistant chief FINEST QUALITY MICROPHONE ecutive in charge of production of all engineer for systems, at Texas Instru ...
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324. 1975-05-26-BC-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Radio Billings is owned by The Peoria Journal Star (BP- 18878) . Action May 16. Storz Broadcasting Co. (Doc. 20200) -Chief ALJ Inc.; Henry P. Slane, pres. et al. (BAL- 8359) . Action Arthur A. Gladstone scheduled further hearing ses- May 9. FM applications sion for May 21 in New Orleans. Action May 7. KGRT- AM- KGRD -FM Las Cruces, N.M. (AM: WNAS New Albany, Ind. -Seeks CP to install Southport, N.C. FM proceeding: Thorns Broad- 570 khz, 6 kw -D; FM: 103.9 mhz ...
01 Jan 1975  -  43k
325. 1959-06-15-BC-OCR-Page-0101 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Situations Wanted- (Cont'd) Situations Wanted- (Coned) Situations Wanted- (Cont'd) Announcers Announcers Production -Programming, Others 7 years experience. Family man, sell like Job with medium station; year's experience. Program manager seeks permanent employ- crazy. Standard or Storz type. Radio or tv. Operates board, news. Don Ryan, 809 Scott, ment with small or medium size station. Box 343M, BROADCASTING. Fort Frances, Ontario. Sharp revenue ideas. Captivating program- ming for adult audience. Quality shows, Want a new sound in your town and make I want to work! Well-trained all phases ...
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326. 1954-06-14-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... STATIONS of engineering for all three Storz stations is all four networks, WDBO -TV is represented by Dale Moudy, formerly KOWH chief enigeer. John Blair Inc. William Baldwin is appointed chief engineer at Reports from other stations: KOWH. He formerly was with KBON Omaha. KQED (TV) Berkeley, Calif. (ch. 9) , edu- cational, has completed four weeks of program Two More Tv Stations previews and officially started regular operations with a one hour program last Thursday. To Start Operations KQED's start raises the number of operating educational outlets to six. TWO new tv stations are reported set to begin The American ...
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327. BC-1960-03-14-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... national disc jockey Harry Bitner Sr killed in crash . conventions at Kansas City and Miami Funeral services for pioneer outlets. In 1955 the Beach. At close of convention in Miami broadcaster -newspaperman HARRY Bitners bought Beach last summer he resigned from M. BITNER, 76, were held last Fri- WTCN - AM - TV Storz and joined Star Stations (WEEK'S day (March 7) at the Westminster Minneapolis, HEADLINERS, June 22, 1959) . Choir School Chapel at Princeton, Minn. and the N.J. personal holdings HOWARD W. COLEMAN, previously Mr. Bitner was killed in an auto- were incorporated assistant to president of Gross ...
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328. 1958-05-05-BC-OCR-Page-0022 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... OPEN MIKE Hodges Revisited rest of the nation know of the tremendous interest in fm here in the Bay Area. KSFR The Sun Never Sets EDITOR: It's time to hear from Adam Young, took to the air March 11 after nine months of careful planning by Alan Levitt, owner- Harold Krelstein, Todd Storz, or Gordon manager. We went on the air in the black McLendon on the Hodges article [MONDAY with ten local advertisers and have added MEMO, April 14] . Too many Johnny come five new accounts since then. What's more, lately experts' think that all top 40 music we are getting results for ...
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329. 1955-06-27-BC-OCR-Page-0118 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ) preceding publication date. Situations Wanted 20$ per word-$2.00 minimum Help Wanted 25$ per word $2.00 minimum. - Do we have your tape? No immediate in top DJ personalities. KOWH Omaha. WHB Kansas City. WTIK New Orleans. Tapes promptly returned. Send all tapes to: Todd Storz, President, Mid - All other classifications 30$ per word-$4.00 minimum Display ads $15.00 per inch Continent Broadcasting Company, Omaha 2, No charge for blind box number. Send box replies to Nebraska. BROADCASTING TELECASTING, 1735 DeSales St. N. W. Washington 6, D. C. ...
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330. 1956-04-16-BC-OCR-Page-0055 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... In-Sink -Erator Mfg. tabulation of national and Miller Brewing Beatrice Food Selchow & Richter Instant Grip regional spot tv billing Mission -Pak Bekins Van & Storage Serta Assoc. Dealers Jenney Mfg. covers advertisers spending John H. Morrell Bill Benton Clothes R. E. Springs Jewel Tea between $27,100 and Motorola Distributors Big Bear Markets Storz Brewing Kay Jewelry $117,180. It is further C. F. Mueller Bowman Biscuit Sun Ray Drug Knomark Mfg. broken down into spending in the 201 -300, 301400 Narragansett Brewing J. B. Branscombe Sweets Co. of America Lanvin Parfums a n d 401 -500 categories, National Airlines Burger Brewing Tetley Tea ...
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331. 1964-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Technical- (Cont'd) Management- (Cont'd) Announcers- (Contd) Are you good enough to help replace two Wanted: Small market station, Florida, Experienced announcer -dl, all phases, men who left us to work for the Storz Wyoming, Montana. Combination manager, good market, $125, replies answered. Box chain? We need two first phones. One must chief engineer, and sales. Wife secretary E -172, BROADCASTING. know his engineering and become chief. Both must be pretty sharp announcers news? Production? Tragic experience very - and traffic. Honest and sincere couple. Both experienced. ...
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332. 1959-05-11-BC-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... e The station for whirl -wind Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. JUNE June 1- 3- National microwave symposium, Pro- sales action! fessional Group on Microwave Theory & Tech- V$WRI WWRL niques, Boston Section, Paine Hall, Harvard U. Cambridge, Mass. `June 2- Special NAB Tv Public Information Committee, formed to draw up national program, will hold first meeting in New York. THE FAMILY STATION s June 3 -5 -Armed Forces Communications & Elec- s beamed to sell tronics Assn. annual convention, Sheraton -Park Hotel, Washington, D.C. ...
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333. 1965-01-11-BC-OCR-Page-0075 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... quarterback, winning 7 -0. However the WHB team, with George (Bud) Arm- strong, Storz executive vice president, at quarterback, was the statistical win- ner of the touch game, picking up seven first downs and holding its opponents to none. Name change The Publicists Associa- tion, Hollywood, Local 818 of the In- ternational Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes, has changed its name to The Publicists Guild, a name the union used from its formation in the late iUBE 1930's to its affiliation with IATSE in 1955, when it became the Publicists Association. Group's current member- ship exceeds 575 press ...
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334. BC-1990-04-02-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Greenlawn, N.Y. 11740 1318 Commerce Ave. Woodland, Calif 95695 trol EMI /RFI shielded enclosures; packaged Staff: Robert Snider; John Zammett; Peter Mor- Staff: Debbie Baker; Bill Barkley; John Canevari; blowers. rone; James McAward. Products: ProDisk -464 Leo Fell; Ray Shurtz; Debbie Storz; John Sullivan. Emergency Alert Receiver 6442 hard disk based multi -track digital audio Products: Rebuilt power transmitting tubes and P.O. Box 20629, New York 10025 -1515 recording /editing system; accessories for ProDisk klystrons. Staff: Jack Bergman; George Ipolyi. Products: !ine Ediflex.Cinedco 1726 Tone alert EBS receivers ...
01 Jan 1990  -  48k
335. 1958-07-07-BC-OCR-Page-0091 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Box 748, Rapid City, South Da- details, write: Grantham School, Desk 2, 821- fore property will be revealed. Box 848E, kota. 19th Street, N. W. Washington, D. C. a perty Federal 101 -C field set and vibrator supply. Good condition. The Storz Stations. 820 Kilpatrick Midwest two am station market. City pop. 45,000. Bldg. Omaha 2, Nebraska. FCC first phone license in six weeks. Guaranteed Local. unlimited, excellent potential. On air 10 years. Good sports background, good personnel. Remote trans operations. $78,000 with 29% down ...
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336. 1956-01-30-BC-OCR-Page-0062 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... STATIONS BIG VOICE Labunski, Loughnane Moved To WDGY by Mid -Continent Marty -on -the -Spot TWO Mid- Continent Broadcasting Co. employes WATV (TV) Newark last week claimed were promoted last week by President Todd it was the only U. S. tv station to be WINSTON- 1 . Storz and transferred to WDGY Minneapolis- St. Paul, whose purchase by Mid -Continent has represented by its own Winter Olympics correspondent at Cortina, Italy, as Marty SALEM been approved by the FCC [BT, Jan. 23] . Glickman (also covering for Paramount Stephen B. Labunski, who is presently in a News) , ...
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337. 1963-07-01-BC-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , $1.00 charge for mailing (Forward remittance separatrl. please, All transcriptions. [Antos. a.. sent to box number, are sent al owner's risk aosnrsrnun nnressly repudiates am liability or re.pons,bilits for their custody or return RADIO Help Wanted-(Coit'd) I kip Wanted-(Cunt'd) Help Wanted -Management Sales Announcers Storz Broadcasting WDGY Minneapolis Southern California, immediate opening for Sales Manager wanted. Top opportunity in seeking tapes jock quality air work a must solid salesman, capable of management, 100.000 market. Midwest. Need idea man who and first ticket. Join one of America's with top station multiple chain. Good is real driver. ...
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338. 1959-07-13-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... said to be doing so with an "open mind." efforts to organize such a group during Contributions offered by chain sta- the Second Annual Radio Programming tion operators also have been turned Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey down so far, Mr. Gavin said. If record SAG isn't rushing Convention sponsored by the Storz Sta- firms later are allowed to participate, he tions in Miami Beach. The consensus thought, it might be similar to the merger with AFTRA there was that such an organization honorary membership status which they move is premature (BROADCASTING, enjoy in the country music disc jockey The position of the Screen Actors June ...
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339. 1964-02-10-BC-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... educational and pro- voice. Gary Stover, Four Seasons Apart- fessional background. Must be equally adept ments, 2422 Inwood Rd. Apt. 248, Dallas. Dick Clark radio show executive producer in gathering, writing and on- camera per- First phone, experience, like top hundred! available immediately. Ex Storz pd. 50,000 formance of news and capable of directing Telephone Johnny Bowles, 606- 987-2647. watt outlet, work with Balaban and Crowell- news staff. Only top flight man will be con- Collier broadcasting. Have programed radio sidered. All replies strictly confidential. Female di announcer, experienced, bright stations ...
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340. 1959-07-20-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... class Prefer west coast. Box 655M, BROADCAST- Versatile first phone -announcer. No main- ticket. Will work hard. Prefer north east ING. tenance. Six years radio. Capable airman, location. Will do maintenance if necessary, handle copy, programming; experienced will travel if necessary. Write to Garfield Storz -type production manager and idea news reporter. No sales. Minimum $100. Ricketts, 406 East 140th St. New York 54, man. Have top 40 -itis. Would like to swing South only, want Atlanta, Chattanooga, or N.Y. with good music station. $150 minimum, Florida. Box ...
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341. 1959-04-20-BC-OCR-Page-0020 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... San Francisco State College, San McLendon station group; NAB President Harold Francisco, Calif. Discussions by national and local E. Fellows (keynoter) three station representative figures include motivational research, editorializ- executives -John Blair, Robert Eastman and ing and panel on "What Time Buyers Look For." Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- Banquet speaker: Writer Rod Serling. nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. May 12- Wisconsin Fm Clinic, Center Bldg. U. JUNE of Wisconsin, Madison. May 13- 15- Pennsylvania Assn. of Broadcasters, June 1- 3- National microwave symposium, Pro- ...
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342. 1935-08-15-BC-OCR-Page-0038 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . thru Carr Lig- Sterling Products Co. New Yor Crowell Pub. Co. New York (Wo- Ball Bros. Co. Muncie, Ind. (fruit gett Inc. Cleveland. (Phillips face cream) , 117 sp, thr man's Home Companion) , 13 sp. jars) , 3 weekly sp, thru Applegate Storz Brewing Co. Omaha, 100 sa, Blackett - Sample - Hummert In Lever Bros. Co. Cambridge, Mass. Adv. Agency, Muncie. thru Buchanan - Thomas Adv. Co. Chicago. (Lifebuoy soap) , 2 weekly t, thru California Fruit Growers Exchange, Omaha. Ruthrauff & Ryan Inc. N. ...
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343. 1964-02-24-BC-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... RADIO-Help Wanted RADIO-Situations Wanted MISCELLANEOUS Production- Programing, Others Announcers CONSERVATIVE NEWS COMMENTATORS KAIL TV Fresno, Calif. reaching a half Dick Clark Radio Show million viewers offers prime time to all Executive Producer sponsored -pre -sold conservative poli- MORNING PERSONALITY tical broadcasts at radio rates.. Now Ex Storz 50,000 watt P. D. Have programed A major prestige station in a top east- stations on both coasts and in mid South- carrying Dan Smoot, Manion Forum, ern market is seeking a morning enter- west. Have produced creative programing Richard Cotten and Dr. Fred Schwartz. tainer. Not a formula man. Rather, a and sales ...
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344. 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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345. 1964-04-20-BC-OCR-Page-0116 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of WTIX New Orleans, succeed- Gennaro served as VP- general manager Bartley elected chairman of Radio ing Ron Martin, who moves to wise of wFRv(Tv) Green Bay, Wis. Technical Commission for Marine Kansas City, in same capacity. Both Services, joint government- indus- stations are owned by Storz group. Richard T. Drury, operations manager try advisory committee serving of KGB San Diego, Calif. appointed government. He succeeds former Maury Povich appointed sports di- general manager of KMEO and KQAL -FM FCC Commissioner E. M. Web- rector of wwiC Washington. Omaha. Stations are licensed to Na- ...
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346. 1967-05-01-BC-OCR-Page-0083 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... tight ence. Excellent salary. Rush tape and re- show, good on production. Married, de- Competent 1st phone announcer, salesman sume to WDGY Radio, Box 6606, Minne- pendable. Box D -164, BROADCASTING. seeks MOR, rock position in southern Cali- apolis, Minnesota. (A Storz Station) . fornia radio. Married, 4A, dependable. 25 Production-Programing, Others DJ- Writer -Production. 7 years experience, past four major market. Top 40, middle yrs. old, personality plus. Tape, photo rec- ommendations on request. BROADCASTING. Box E -71 Program director, major ...
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347. 1967-04-10-BC-OCR-Page-0131 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Prefer format experi- WRSC Radio Is looking for a top -notch sas. Lots of fishing and hunting. Lowell E. ence. Excellent salary. Rush tape and re- Jack, KMAN. sume to WDGY Radio, Box 6606, Minne- Morning Man willing to do some planning apolis. Minnesota. (A Storz Station) . for his show. Should have a friendly nature, sincere voice, with good production work. Have immediate opening for chief engineer - Production-Programing, Others Salary is good, college community, station announcer at successful 5 kw daytimer. format pop -easy listening with strong local Top salary plus fringes for reliable family ...
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348. 1959-06-29-BC-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... work- LET "SAM" GET IT FOR YOU ing on sales and sales ideas with sta- Free registration- Confidential tion sales staff. He will be associated Announcers TV & Radio with one of the West Coast's most Deejay Hooper rated #1 over Radio Disk Jockeys experienced multiple station owner - TV & Radio Engineers Storz inviting all inquiries. Men with 1 -4 years experience operators, who will train him for Step up to better paying jobs. ever -increasing responsibility and Address Replies to PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENT career opportunity while he proves Greg M. Mason 4513 PEACHTREE ARCADE he can build sales volume and is ATLANTA, GA. strong management material ...
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349. 1967-04-03-BC-OCR-Page-0173 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -185, BROADCASTING. ence. Excellent salary. Rush tape and re- Would like announcing position in reputable 1st phone operator, energetic man who sume to WDGY Radio, Box 6606, Minne- station in Southern metropolitan area. Am would like to be chief. Experience not as apolis, Minnesota. (A . Storz Station) . single, 22, have completed military active important as desire to learn. Some announc- duty. Four years experience in announcing, RADIO production. copy writing and programing. ing ability helpful. Start $125 per week for 48 hours. Box C -281, BROADCASTING. Unusual opportunity - Medium ...
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350. 1967-03-27-BC-OCR-Page-0126 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and David Brinkley, NBC newsmen, by Vincent Wasilewski, NAB president. Remarks, Mr. Huntley and Mr. Brinkley. ON TAP AT THE CONVENTION Management Conference Luncheon 12:30 -2 p.m. International Ballroom and Boulevard Room. Official agenda for the 45th annual National Associa- Presiding, G. W. Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting Co. tion of Broadcasters convention, April 2 -5, at the Conrad Omaha, convention co- chairman. Invocation, Rabbi Ben - Hilton hotel, Chicago, follows. Listed separately are un- zion C. Kaganoff, president of the National Board of official and related meetings and activities (see opposite Rabbis ...
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351. 1959-06-22-BC-OCR-Page-0009 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ASCAP on terms for new sic License Committee, negotiating for music licenses was reached Friday stations: Chairman Robert T. Mason, Sec. 315 hill hearing afternoon in chambers of Judge Syl- vester J. Ryan of U.S. District Court WMRN Marion, Ohio; George W. Arm- still drawing blood strong, Storz Stations; Sherwood J. Tar- for Southern District of New York. Short but loud outburst between Lar low, Tarlow Stations; Emanuel Dannett, Matter had been in air since expiration (America First Daly and Sen. John counsel to committee, and William Pastore (D -R.I.) and repeated clashes of ...
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352. BC-1953-10-26-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Forty," referring to the 40 Red Feather agencies in Omaha. Stations participating were KBON KFAB KMTV (TV) KOIL KOWH and WOW - AM-TV. Other members of the simulcast committee were Dick Welna, KBON; Garry Schroeder, KOIL; Frank Fogarty, WOW- AM -TV; Glen Harris, KMTV; Todd Storz, KOWH, and Harry Burke, KFAB. The simulcast was sponsored by the Omaha Advertising Club, which acts as the Chest's publicity committee. Henrietta Keiser of Bozell & Jacobs, Omaha, was chairman of the radio and tv committee. The program was written by Amos Eastridge of KMTV and Jim Harker of KBON ...
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353. 1966-12-05-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... what is an influencible 2 One of the lively ones. Intense, interested, keenly attuned. This vital market of young adults has tremendous buying power, and Storz radio reaches them. The influencibles are mostly Young Marrieds with children, so chances are they're in the market for your product or service. Concentrate on this lively, responsible audience and get sales action fast. Influence the influencibles.© 8 STOR WDGY Minneapolis-St. Paul (Blair) KXOK St. Louis (AM Sales) WHB Kansas City (Blair) WTIX New Orleans (Eastman) KOMA Oklahoma City (Blair) WQAM Miami (Blair) BROADCASTING, DECEMBER 5 ...
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354. 1966-10-17-BC-OCR-Page-0022 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ton State Association of Broadcasters and YOUNG MEN WITH IDEAS Oregon Association of Broadcasters. Speak- ers include George Bartlett, vice president for engineering, National Association of Broadcasters; Charles A. Sweeny, director TO ST. LOUIS of bureau of deceptive practices, Federal Trade Commission; George W. Armstrong, vice president, Storz Broadcasting Co. Hilton hotel, Portland, Ore. November 14 -16, 1966 . Nov. 14 -Joint "newsmaker" luncheon of International Radio and Television Society with the National Association of Broad- casters. Vincent Wasilewski, NAB president, is the speaker. Waldorf -Astoria hotel, New York. Nov. 14-Twelfth ...
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355. 1956-02-20-BC-OCR-Page-0116 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... a number of ming or sales. Married with car. Good starting pay .. wonderful opportunity with progressive company. Send tape, photo, plus letter with all first letter. Write, Sydney E. Byrnes, WADS, Ansonia, Conn. colorful mobile news shots. Must be fireball." Application to Todd Storz, KOWH, Omaha, details to Box 221F, B.T. Michigan daytime independent needs experienced Nebraska. salesman. Draw and commission. Market over Dixie daytime killowatt needs commercial man- 100,000 growing. Contact Joe Butler, WKLZ, Combo -first phone for 250 wetter. Emphasis on ager. Fine rural market. Will ...
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356. 1968-03-23-BC-OCR-Page-0167 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... manager manager. Michael F. Hogan, account executive, for KXOK St. Louis, joins KOMA Okla- Albert A. Price Jr. Jeanie Price and WCAU Philadelphia, appointed account homa City, as general manager. Both Clayton Cosse, elected president, VP- executive, CBS Radio Spot Sales, Chi- are Storz Broadcasting stations. treasurer, and chairman of board and cago. Geraldine Bone secretary, respectively, of Dora -Clay- Richard Muth, media buyer with Zorbaugh, VP and ton Agency, Atlanta. Northlich Stolley Inc. Cincinnati agen- general attorney with Edna Kenyon, treasurer with Sales cy, joins WEBN -FM, that ...
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357. 1966-09-12-BC-OCR-Page-0048 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... approved in that city last to the same amount of space they had tion committee. week by the NAB's convention corn - in 1966. The cost, however, will be Co- chairmen of the award unit mittee. In most respects the 1967 format higher, increased from the previous are George W. Armstrong, Storz will be a repeat of the record -breaking $3.50 per -square -foot to a new rate of Broadcasting, and John T. Mur- 1966 convention. $5 - per -square foot. Gayou Management Final convention details will be Co. of St. Louis will once again he worked out and NAB board approval ...
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358. 1968-03-25-BC-OCR-Page-0167 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... manager manager. Michael F. Hogan, account executive, for KXOK St. Louis, joins KOMA Okla- Albert A. Price Jr. Jeanie Price and WCAU Philadelphia, appointed account homa City, as general manager. Both Clayton Cosse, elected president, VP- executive, CBS Radio Spot Sales, Chi- are Storz Broadcasting stations. treasurer, and chairman of board and cago. Geraldine Bone secretary, respectively, of Dora -Clay- Richard Muth, media buyer with Zorbaugh, VP and ton Agency, Atlanta. Northlich Stolley Inc. Cincinnati agen- general attorney with Edna Kenyon, treasurer with Sales cy, joins WEBN -FM, that ...
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359. 1965-03-29-BC-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , WRFD A possibility that the All- Industry licenses and on the use and relative Worthington -Columbus, Ohio; Robert Radio Station Music License Commit- values of different kinds of music are Arnold, Time -Life Broadcast; George tee will ask the court to require the needed in determining "reasonable" W. Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting, and American Society of Composers, Au- rates for the use of ASCAP music by Emanuel Dannett of the New York thors and Publishers to turn over in- TV stations. law firm of McGoldrick, Dannett, timate financial and music-use data was He held that the question to be de- Horowitz & ...
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360. 1968-04-01-BC-OCR-Page-0136 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Louis, appointed general Corp. New York, joins Krantz Films wKEF(Tv) Dayton, Ohio. Both are manager of KOMA Oklahoma City, suc- Inc. that city, as central division sales Springfield Television Broadcasting sta- ceeding Rex Miller, who resigns with no manager. tions. plans announced. Both are Storz Broad- Neil Walden, coor- E. Dean Anderson, sales manager casting stations. dinator, sales develop- with WFBC Greenville, S. C. joins Les- William F. Tucker, station manager ment, participating lie Advertising Agency, that city, as ac- of KIRO -AM -FM Seattle, appointed ...
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361. 1968-09-16-BC-OCR-Page-0056 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... by the network that it would permit my Awards went to recordings of Robert D. Enoch, wxLW Indianapolis: CBS "to appear and cross-examine which BMI music was an integral Herbert Evans, Peoples Broadcasting; witnesses, tender objections. produce part." and "BMI music won its eighth George W. Armstrong, Storz Stations; witnesses and documents, and comment Oscar in the past eight years. J. Allen Jensen, KID Idaho Falls, Idaho, on the testimony" (BROADCASTING, "All of this clearly demonstrates the and John J. Heywood, Avco Stations. Sept. 2) . The action was taken " ...
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362. 1968-09-23-BC-OCR-Page-0025 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - tion would save stations about $800, In his statement President Cramer tions, was represented at Tuesday's 000 a year in ASCAP payments, but did not mention ASCAP competition, negotiating session by Chairman Sanger ASCAP took the position that since however, but said that "in our judgment and George W. Armstrong of the Storz radio revenues were then rising at a as custodian of the rights of the writers stations; Herbert T. E. Evans, People's rate of about 8% a year, ASCAP in and publishers affiliated with us," Broadcasting; John J. Heywood, Avco the long run would still get more BMI's current ...
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363. 1959-06-08-BC-OCR-Page-0106 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Call, write, or wire. Pic, tape, details. Box 271M, BROADCAST- incentive assuring $10,000-$12,000 and fur- Ralph Petti, Manager. KSSS, Colorado ING. ther advancement. Need familiarity local, Springs, Colorado. national, merchandising. Prefer late twen- Topnotch, modified Storz morning man for ties. Thirties. Must be enthusiastic to work Salesman, kilowatt midwest station. Salary for abil- with resourcefulness. Excellent opportunity experienced, WTAC, The Big 5 for right man. All replies confidential. Box Station, Flint, Michigan. ity. Good newsman needed, too. Send all ...
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364. 1954-10-18-BC-OCR-Page-0041 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ): William B. Quarton, WMT Cedar In a speech prepared for delivery Friday be- Rapids; Ernest C. Sanders, WOC Davenport; Paul Adonti, WHEN -TV Syracuse; Owen fore the Central Region of the American Assn. Sadler, WMTV (TV) Omaha; Frank Fogarty, WOW Omaha; Todd Storz, KOWH of Advertising Agencies, of which he is vice Omaha, and Donald D. Sullivan, KVTV (TV) Sioux City. chairman, Mr. Little urged better integration between sales and advertising and more and Providence, R. I.; Terrence Clyne, senior vice better research with emphasis on " ...
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365. 1966-07-18-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... what is an infiuencib1e© One of the lively ones. Intense, interested, keenly attuned. This vital market of young adults has tremendous buying power, and Storz radio reaches them. The influencibles are mostly Young Marrieds with children, so chances are they're in the market for your product or service. Concentrate on this lively, responsible audience and get sales action fast. Influence the influencibles B STOR WDGY Minneapolis -St. Paul (Blair) KXOK St. Louis (AM Sales) WHB Kansas City (Blair) WTIX New Orleans (Eastman) KOMA Oklahoma City (Blair) WQAM Miami (Blair) BROADCASTING, July 18, ...
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366. 1966-06-27-BC-OCR-Page-0056 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Horowitz & Golub, who Nashville, Tenn. was jailed for also represents them in the ASCAP four hours on contempt of court litigation. charges after he took pictures out- Other committee members are Elliott side the courtroom of a defendant M. Sanger, WQxn New York; George in a murder trial. Armstrong, Storz Stations; Robert D. Incident occurred June 16 at Enoch, wxl.w Indianapolis; Herbert E. Springfield, Tenn. During the noon Evans, Peoples Broadcasting Stations; recess, according to photographer John J. Heywood, Avco Broadcasting Lew Penuel, the defendant and cir- Co. and Allen Jensen, KID Idaho Falls ...
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367. 1969-12-15-BC-OCR-Page-0084 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and get your Radar endorsement at in such diverse areas as publication home. Write REI, 1336 Main St. Sarasota, Fla. advertising, direct mail, sales support Marlin D, Schlottman 33577. programs, trade shows, etc. General Sales Manager First Class license in four weeks or less at T.I.B. WDGY (Storz) Mpls. 1963 -68 ..tuition $295.00. . results guaranteed. . Minimum 5 years agency /industrial experience required. Ability to translate WKYC (NBC) Cleveland 68-present T.I.B. /Music City Veteran Approved. Next class technical data into clear, persuasive 216- 777-3462 starts January 12. Tennessee Institute ...
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368. 1970-01-12-BC-OCR-Page-0081 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ** ** ** ** ** ** *ant* ** BOB COLE AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 1 * $SALES RESULTS$ * SALES TIGERS ONLY! ! Talk hest. A proreis track record both In local Currently NBC, Cleveland 3 years. & national sales. Experienced 0.M. Nat. Sales Formerly STORZ 6 years. KABC, An executive fireball under 35 with burning Star. rte. Proven results in training men. Pro- gram ing, ratings and profits go with an aggres- le * KRLA, McLendon. DJ or Programing * desire to move up to management and higher earnings. Must have dynamic sales ...
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369. 1970-01-26-BC-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ) Chicago, appointed Nicholas Hoogs, with publicity staff sponsible for newspicture coverage for of KHJ -TV Los Angeles, named to new- program director. both Canadian and foreign use. Willis ly created position of publicity coordina- Bill Stewart, formerly national program Evans, UPI regional executive, Colum- tor. director for Storz Stations, Omaha- bus, Ohio, appointed to same capacity based group owner, joins KNEW(AM) in Minneapolis succeeding Ronald A. Oakland, Calif. as program director. Wills, who takes Mr. Evans' Columbus Equipment & engineering Pepe Pena, with KwKw(AM) Los An- position. ...
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370. 1970-02-23-BC-OCR-Page-0090 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... experience, am PD top 40 in over half million market. We license. Experienced studio operations. TR -70, TR- pleasant voice, tight board, multi -lingual. Not just time and temp. Seek permanency in medium mar- I are It. Looking for move up, Top 40 or MOR. Ex Storz, Box B -311, BROADCASTING. 27 and TR -42 or equivalent. Salary commensurate with experience. Apply G. S. Driscoll, Engineering ket. MOR. Not south or midwest. Rene Canonica, Manager, WOKR, 17 Clinton Avenue South, Roch- 2749 Steiner, San Francisco 94123, 415- ...
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371. BC-1960-07-04-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 24. new station on same frequency with 500 w (WCON Cornelia, Ga.); consideration $6,000. WZFM (FM) Jacksonville, Fla. -Seeks unl. DA -1, in Lafayette, La. and (2 ) de- Ann. June 29. assignment of license from Irving Glick to nied application of Storz Bcstg. Co. to WDTM(FM) Detroit, Mich. -Granted as- WZFM Inc. for cancellation of $110,000 note change nighttime pattern of DA of station signment of cp from Mary W. Carpenter to due to Radio Jax Inc. licensee of WZOK KOMA Oklahoma City, Okla. continuing WDTM Inc. ( ...
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372. 1955-12-26-BC-OCR-Page-0055 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... cover the hearing was made APPOINTMENT of two additional vice presi- Bluefield, W. Va. to pick up for local trans- by Otto Brandt, KING -AM -TV vice president dents for Mid -Continent Broadcasting Co. has mission network television programs at Roanoke and general manager. When Mel Meadows, INS been announced by Todd Storz, president. 75 miles away, was announced last week by newsman, asked the attorney general's office Dale Moudy, who has been director of engi- A. R. Hopkins, broadcast and tv equipment for a clarification of the 1953 open meeting neering for the company, has assumed the posi- manager, ...
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373. 1956-10-29-BC-OCR-Page-0101 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... been awarded the Catholic Action Medal of bury is Robert W. Orr & Assoc. N. Y. St. Bonaventure U. He is a Knight of Malta and a Knight of the Holy Sepulchre. WGN -TV COVERS FARM TOPICS NEW weekly half -hour program, designed AWARD SHORTS to serve agriculture in the midwest farm Todd Storz, owner, Mid -Continent Broad- area, has been launched by WGN -TV Chi- casting Co. named by Omaha Chamber of Commerce as one of 10 outstanding young cago, with Norman Kraeft, farm service Your BEST supervisor of WGN-AM -TV that city, as men of year. moderator. Titled RFD Chicagoland, ...
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374. 1971-07-05-BC-OCR-Page-0011 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Taishoff, president. Maury Long. vice president. Available NOW! .S ;tvit KABL(AM) San Francisco. Edwin H. James, vice president. Joanne T. Cowan, secretary. (BROADCASTING meant no slight to the contri- Irving C. Miller, treasurer. butions of Messrs. McLendon and Storz by omitting reference to them in its special report on Radio 71. Their impact, and that of the top - 40 formats they pioneered, was probably the most significant single radio development of the 1950's. It does not detract from them or from the history bracken's world of that period to say that the current ...
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375. 1971-07-12-BC-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... executive, Marketing & Adver- re-elected chairman of All-Industry munications Corp. (TVC) , CATV group tising Associates, Philadelphia. Radio Music License Committee. owner and operator, New York, ap- George W. Armstrong, executive VP, pointed director of TVC's newly formed William Row, account executive and re- Storz Stations, Omaha, and A. A. tail sales coordinator, KNXT(TV) Los national systems group. Church, assistant secretary, Storer Angeles, joins KRON -TV San Francisco Broadcasting, New York, named vice Robert M. Carano, news director, as research analyst. chairmen; Roger B. ...
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376. 1956-10-15-BC-OCR-Page-0262 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... we've ust acquired a Miami station. Only alert and original sound- BROADCASTING TELECASTING, 1735 DeSales St. N. W. Washington 6, D. C. ing deejays need apply. All tapes returned Arn.rcwrs: If transcriptions or bulk packages submitted $1.00 charge for mailing (Forward remittance immediately. Air tapes to Todd Storz, Kilpatrick separately, please) . All transcriptions, photos, etc. at to box numbers are sent at owner's risk. BROADCAST- Building, Omaha. Nebraska. ING Tai.xcisrxNG expressly repudiates any liability or responsibility for their custody or return. Technical Regional station with television in large midwest market requires experienced technician. Start ...
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377. 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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378. 1958-12-29-BC-OCR-Page-0085 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... market anywhere. Full details and personal in- Goofed! Production -minded dl desires return to CASTING, including complete qualifications. terview on request. Write or wire Box 208H. medium or metropolitan market immediately. BROADCASTING. Excellent ratings. musician, family, veteran. Pre- TV maintenance technician with experience on fer Balaban Storz, McClendon. Consider all RCA equipment needed by "El Salvador, Cen- Sales sharp organizations. Box 192H, BROADCAST- tral America." Salary open give complete back - ING. ground, experience and snapshot in first letter. Radio -tv sales executive, 10 years experience, de- Box 1050, ...
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379. 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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380. 1974-01-07-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of renewal challenges. Black groups claim waukee Journal Co. stations - and commission intention there's something remiss in operations of three St. Louis to come to grips with proposal to force multimedia own- stations; finger again points at Newhouse and Pulitzer, as ers to reduce holdings within individual markets to one or well as Storz. Page 17. more newspapers, one television station or one AM -FM combination. Treading in the Tropics. There'll be more than gamboling "Quite clearly, the commission is going to have to bring on the sun -drenched beach at St. Maarten next week when home the rulemaking we have on this," ...
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381. 1974-01-28-BC-OCR-Page-0029 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... sincerity and duct an inquiry into what NCCB suggests concern in serving their community of is an effort on the part of 1974 television license." renewal applicants to have it both ways Honored at home. J. Leonard The petitions to deny that the groups so far as their news and public affairs filed were aimed at Storz Broadcasting Reinsch (r ) , chairman of Cox Cable programing are concerned. Communications and retired presi- Co. s Kxox(AM) , Newhouse Broadcast- And if the inquiry indicates that the dent of Cox Broadcasting Corp. was ing Co. s KTVt(TV) and Pulitzer Publish- applicants have not been candid with ...
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382. 1975-03-17-BC-OCR-Page-0052 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Steve April, account executive, KxoK- director, WQAM(AM) Miami, named prc lion, the estate will be sold by the (AM) St. Louis, named local sales man- gram director, Kxmc(AM) St. Louis. Bot university, which hasn't forgotten its ager. are Storz Broadcasting Co. stations. famed son either, to help create the Bill Bee, senior VP, Petry Television, Phillip de Marne, music director an Lowell Thomas Law Center adjoining named executive VP, The Meeker Co. assistant program manager, WMAL-FI the Denver campus. Both Mr. Thomas and his wife, the ...
01 Jan 1975  -  42k
383. 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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384. 1959-11-02-BC-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ' Broadcast House'Top broadcasters and agency executives journeyed to St. Louis for the opening of new $250,000 studio facilities One Station - for WIL, the Balaban Station. Shown above (1 to r) are John Box Jr. man- aging director of the Balaban Stations; G. W. Armstrong, vice president, Storz Stations, and Harry K. Renfro, radio -tv director, D'Arcy Adv. WCKY Does The Job of Two in Omaha, Neb. went about their Hal- disc show, winners will perform award 24 Hours a Day loween duties asking "It this the KOIL numbers, supporting Academy feeling Trick or Treat House ...
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385. 1965-09-06-BC-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... mod. of CP to change type trans. and type and remote control point; ERP 77 kw; ant. ant. ht. 255 ft.; remote control permitted. New call letters requested Remote control permitted for following: KFKA, Mid Western Radio Corp. Greeley. Colo.; conditions; and WHB, Storz Broad- casting Co. Kansas City, Mo.; conditions. WHBC -FM Canton, Ohio -Granted CP to install new ant. increase ERP to 44 kw, decrease ant. ht. to 370 ft. and make engi- WIVY -FM Jacksonville, Fla. Inc. Requests WEBL. - WIVY neering changes; remote control ...
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386. 1975-11-24-BC-OCR-Page-0030 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... :30 pm average) WWTV/WWUP-TV Station 02 Station 93 the "zone of reasonableness" as to over- Total Adults 23,000' 10,000 2,000 all minorities with the exception of Total Women 18,000* 8,000 2,000 women. However, the commission said Total Men Total Homes 5,000* 15.000* 2.000 8.000 - 3,000 the Storz station's employment of women in top -level jobs was outside that zone of Early Fringe (4 :30 -7:30 pm) reasonableness, and therefore conditioned Total Adults 48,000' 30,000 5,000 Total Women 27,000* 17,000 3,000 the renewal on the licensee's efforts to Total Men 22,000' 13.000 2,000 recruit, hire and promote ...
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387. 1978-11-20-BC-OCR-Page-0056 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Carlson of Susquehanna Broadcasting, Big -brother style cases where sellers and manufacturers are York, Pa. George Duncan, Metromedia Radio, named chairman of executive not likely to be worried about harming of regulation their reputations, he said -when con- sumers can't discover they have a problem committee, and George W. Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting, designated finance giving way to (insulation nursing homes) , if consumers can't trace their distress to a particular pro- committee chairman. Following were elected new members of board: Sal little brother? duct (tires, drugs, etc.) or if the seller doesn't need a buyer's business in the ...
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388. BC-1979-03-12-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... past six except that in its final year (1977) the old Members of the committee with Chair- months to a year, 50,000 letters to owner - contract reduced the rate experimentally man Church are George W. Armstrong, operators in the trucking industry and a to 1.64 % . (For stations with annual gross Storz Broadcasting; Kenneth R. Frankl, $22,000 advertising campaign in country of less than $100,000 the rate remains RKO General; Robert E. Henley, WGN of music, trucking and broadcasting trade 1.44 % , as in the expired contract.) California Inc.; Robert R. Hilker, Subur- magazines ...
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389. BC-1979-10-29-OCR-Page-0087 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... duction, and installation and maintenance of equipment. Must have complete knowledge of FCC rules and procedures. Position requires well organized individual who can supervise TELEVISION others and provide close follow up on their operations. Travel is re- Help Wanted Technical quired. Salary commensurate with experience and ability. Send full resume and references: Storz Broadcasting Co. ENGINEERING Kiewit Plaza SUPERVISOR Omaha, Nebraska 68131 An equal opportunity employer WCVB -TV seeks an assertive engineering supervisor who will maintain the highest degree of technical standards as the state -of- ENGINEERS the -art permits. Will be expected to maintain operations within FCC BROADCAST MAINTENANCE rules and regulations. May be responsible for ...
01 Jan 1979  -  32k
390. BC-1979-11-05-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... can supervise SOURCE others and provide close follow up on their operations. Travel is re- This key position will be responsible for quired. directing activities aimed at maintaining and building the affiliate line -up for Salary commensurate with experience and ability. Send full NBC's 2 networks. resume and references: Qualified candidates will have a Storz Broadcasting Co. minimum of 10 years experience in Kiewit Plaza broadcasting to include general man- agement at either a station or a rep firm. Omaha, Nebraska 68131 Excellent salary, benefits and growth An equal opportunity employer opportunities. Interested applicants should send detailed resume, salary history and requirements to: Help Wanted Programing ...
01 Jan 1979  -  41k
391. 1980-08-25-BC-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Recalling what it was day's financial and economic situation." block programing with a rapid -fire medley like to enter a market with a McLendon McLendon is one of the larger of music, news, contests and creativity. station, Don Keyes. once McLendon's na- stockholders in Columbia Pictures and is While the late Todd Storz is credited tional program director and now owner of part owner of Subscription Television of with first using the music formula of WNYN(AM) Canton, Ohio, recalls: "Our America Inc. with franchises in several repeating the hits, it was Gordon McLen- biggest coup was at WAKY in Louisville. major markets ...
01 Jan 1980  -  132k
392. 1981-11-09-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... re-elected, Radio Advertising Bureau Acoustics, Stamford, Conn. named VP- board of directors: George Duncan, president laboratory, electro-opti- marketing. cal fibers division, ITT, of Metromedai Radio, board chairman; New York, joins Matt Meany, operations manager, KIQO(FM) George Armstrong, executive VP, Storz Warner Amex Cable as Atascadero, Calif. joins KKIQ(FM) Livermore, Broadcasting, chairman of executive commit- VP-technical opera- Calif. as chief engineer-air personality. tee, Richard Chapin, president of Stuart tions. Broadcasting Co. chairman of finance commit- tee. Bhaskar Pant, pro- duct specialist, Grass Promotion ...
01 Jan 1981  -  51k
... : 12 becomes CBS vice president: on Broadcasters Victory on mutually exclusive Tapes. See Audiotapes; 60 Council: 60 applications: 77 Videotapes on broadcast journalism forms radio nets: 20, 25 on newspapers fairness Taxes criticism: 194 -195 Story of Mary Marlin: 27 doctrine: 215-216 and affiliations depreciation: and color television Storz, Todd: 112 on Nixon tapes release: 233 138 programing: 99 Stouffer, Don: 21 on National Recovery certificates in sales to on counteradvertising danger: Stratovision airborne transmitter: Administration: 25 minorities: 235, 239 21)6 -207 77, 82. 89, 92 on pay television: 181, ...
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394. 1982-02-08-BC-OCR-Page-0099 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Attention AM Broadcasters Even IF the continuing erosion of AM audience shares hasn't affected your station, does it worry you? This isn't the first fight AM Radio has had to win. In the 1950's, the adversary was television. AM Radio answered the challenge with the brilliant Programming Revolution led by McLendon, Storz, Plough, Metromedia, and more! NOW, the adversary is FM .. and AM's first step in meeting the challenge must be SOUND! CRL SYSTEMS' has completed its 400th carefully documented factory installation of the fabulous AM -4 Audio Control System. Four -hundred AM Radio Stations in the USA, Canada, and throughout ...
01 Jan 1982  -  21k
395. 1982-05-10-BC-OCR-Page-0025 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... KOCR KKDA -AM / FM Scripps -Howard KALE /KIOK WRRM Cedar Rapids Dallas/ B roadcasting Co. Cincinnati Ft. Worth Richland Wichita Great KCKC KUPL-AM / FM KZOK-AM /FM KLIF / KPLX Empire Riverside/ KKDJ Portland, OR Seattle Dallas B roadcasting Inc. San Bernardino/ Fresno WFMS KFDI -AM / FM Ontario Shamrock Storz Indianapolis Wichita KKIC B roadcasting Co. B roadcasting Co. KCTA/ KOUL Boise Inc. WOBA -AM / FM KITS-AM / FM Corpus Christi KKNU KUDL WHB Miami Springfield, MO KDAB Fresno Kansas City KYNN -AM / FM Kansas City WARM Salt Lake City WOAM N.E. Pennsylvania Omaha KLAT KMGC Miami KDEA Houston Dallas WKIS Lafayette ...
01 Jan 1982  -  33k
396. 1982-11-01-BC-OCR-Page-0072 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Company, PO. M/F E.O.E. Box 12000. Raleigh. NC 27605 -2000, EOE /MF. Buddy Webber is looking. Perfect for Music of Your Life or operations manager. Ex -band leader & musi- KTBB -AM, an adult contemporary radio station in SITUATIONS WANTED MANAGEMENT cian. Beginning rock with Storz. Traffic & TV with ABC, Tyler, Texas, has an immediate opening in its news San Francisco. Traffic & program director with Golden department for an aggressive person with a minimum Small market GM /SM /news team. 16 years' ex- West in Seattle. Traffic, daily TV & weather ...
01 Jan 1982  -  51k
397. 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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398. 1965-09-20-BC-OCR-Page-0014 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... T. Wasilewski, president of National Associa- 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) Armstrong, executive vice president, Storz Stations. Blackstone hotel, Omaha. Sept. 24-FCC Chairman E. William Henry to deliver address at the "FCC Day" held by the International Radio & Television Society newsmaker luncheon. Grand Ball- room of the Waldorf -Astoria, New York. Sept. 24- 25-Northeast area conference of American Women in Radio ...
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399. 1958-12-08-BC-OCR-Page-0112 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... experience. Available January 1st. 9 months experience. 21, 4 -F, some college, herent with stations fast pace and, "modern Box 919G, BROADCASTING. strong on news. Available in January. Box 892G. sound." Box 829G, BROADCASTING. BROADCASTING. Program, production and promotion man. Storz- -If you have an independent Mr. Station Owner programming western music, or would Announcer-4 years experience in quality broad- oriented, with McClendonknowhow who can station, casting. Veteran. Prefer eastern U. S. Box 900G, Plough into the thick of a rating battle and like to program western music, ...
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400. 1959-02-16-BC-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... department. ager of WHB Kansas Doner & Co. that city, as media buyer. City, promoted to sta- Networks tion operations man- WILLIAM J. COLIHAN JR. V.p. and di- ager. Mr. Loughnane rector of copy department, Young & RICHARD H. Low, since January 1956 has been with Storz Rubicam, N.Y. named executive di- assistant to business manager of net- stations (owner of rector of copy department. Mr. Colihan will also share executive responsibilities with Charles Feldman, v.p. and di- work sales, CBS -TV, named to newly- created post of director of contracts facilities and program ...
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