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401. 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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402. 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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403. 1958-07-14-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... because he's been on the air in Kansas City since the age of 13. Wayne holds the Richard Widmark citation for outstanding success and leadership in broad- casting. WHB 10,000 watts 710 kc. KANSAS CITY, Missouri WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. STAT TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLI TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT 1 HOME OFFCE: OMAHA, NEER WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR WTIX New Orleans CO. 1. REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 July 14, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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404. 1958-07-21-BC-OCR-Page-0048 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... OF WORLD CRISIS meeting during the NAB Convention (NAB Electronic journalism again was proved dad) at 3:18 a.m. Tuesday following at CONVENTION, May 8] . at its best in a major crisis last week as the 6:30 a.m. with a flow of foreign reports on George W. Armstrong of Storz broad- eyes and ears of the nation turned to radio - Middle East affairs, including a 7:30 a.m. casting was elected vice chairman; Elliott tv networks and to local stations for the bulletin that the White House momentarily M. Sanger, WQXR New York, treasurer, fast -breaking developments in the ...
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405. 1958-07-21-BC-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... kw, deal. KGEE operates on 1230 kc with The Ohioans for the Right -to -Work or- and is Mutual affiliate. Sale to Mr. Gimbel 250 w. ganization, whose director has been on the and associates follows previous negotiations panel show, has posted a $1,000 reward and with Plough Inc. and Storz Broadcasting KVII-TV AMARILLO, TEX. Sold to the Cleveland AFL -CIO has offered $2,000. Co. and means no change in personnel or Television Properties Inc. Jack C. Vaughn, Jack McGinty, executive secretary of the operating policy. Purchasing company is president, with various officers having in- Cleveland AFL -CIO, ...
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406. 1958-07-28-BC-OCR-Page-0115 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... See display ad-Opportunity. timer in college town. Ideal hours. Above aver- age pay for right man. Contact E. C. Stangland, Production director modern radio. Top indie, top California, HCHJ, Delano. Serves 1,300,000. In- Manager. KBRK, Brookings, South Dakota. ten market. Storz, Bartell, Plough, McLendon, creasing sales staff. If you want to work for a 28 year old 5 kw, in or similar required. Topeka's top -rated music and news indie offers a small community of 20.000 where the summer- tape. Box 114F. STING. a big opportunity to a young ...
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407. 1958-08-11-BC-OCR-Page-0097 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . broader market. 15% commission with drawing edge of music, other than top forty tunes. Solid account if necessary. WWIN, Baltimore, Mary- NBC am -tv operation wanting man to grow with Production director modern radio. Top indie, top land. us. Box 459F, BROADCASTING. ten market. Storz, Bartell, Plough, McLendon, or similar experience required. Fantastic oppor- Announcers Wanted, competent announcer with first class tunity. Rush tape. Box 114F, BROADCASTING. ticket. Good pay and working conditions 25 miles from Glacier National Park in America's Attention RFD's. Had farm experience? Know Florida. Need ...
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408. 1958-08-11-BC-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... with a zest for rewarding hard work. Age 28. sales, production, profits. Box 457F, BROAD- BROADCASTING. Excellent references. Contact Box 441F, BROAD- CASTING. CASTING or call Bob Galen, New York City, Versatile di, employed top station, top market. Judson 6 -5050. Sales Storz type operation. Family, northeast pre- ferred. Box 414F, BROADCASTING. Former program director announcer, more re- Go- getter, experienced, seeking good potential. Announcer -deejay with 3 years productive ex- cently employed as administrative assistant to Prefer deal including air work. Can run own perience wants to ...
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409. 1958-10-13-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... in inter -media fight Tor gets Page 33 Why Reynolds Metals plunked down $6 million plus for radio -tv Page 36 Interview: the paradox of high price for low cost -per- thousand Page 58 FTC gets tough, lays down rigid rules for price advertising Page 106 It says IN EACH OF FOUR MAJOR MARKETS.. THE STORZ STATION IS FAR AND AWAY THE MOST LISTENED TO. MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL . WDGY is first morning . . NEW ORLEANS WTIX is first all- day -metro and . first afternoon first all -day with a 32.8' 3 average area. BULLETIN: New 52- County Area Pulse (Texas to Florida) Hooper. ...
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410. 1958-10-06-BC-OCR-Page-0114 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... % Mechanic Technical anywhere. Box 165G, BROADCASTING. Institute, 50 Congress Street. Rumford, Maine. Girl-dj-announcer. Go anywhere. Ready now. Announcer -chief engineer. Four years experi- IN engineer. Experienced preferred. Please Run own board. Can sell too. Steady, no bad ence all phases, prefer Storz type operation. send snapshot and pertinent information to habits. Love to build audiences and grab ac- Want to move up. Family man, 29. Call: Jack John Seider, Chief Engineer. KNOP -TV, Box counts. Tape and resume. Box 166G, BROAD- 756, North Platte, Nebraska ...
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411. 1958-11-10-BC-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... The into quarter hours or 12 five -minute seg- network rate is a little higher-2.75 % . ments, and through the facilities of line, All-industry committeemen at the ASCAP tape or fm. Here are the NCS #3 ratings: meeting were Chairman Mason; George W. The service claims more than 4,000 Armstrong of Storz Broadcasting, vice stringers in 90 countries and a nucleus staff Total Homes in Area chairman; Richard D. Buckley, WNEW of "expert newsmen" with bureaus located KTBS -TV . . . . 369,300 New York and Metropolitan Broadcasting at points in Europe, at Washington and in Sta. B 321 400 Corp. ...
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412. 1958-11-17-BC-OCR-Page-0109 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Daytimer. Asking $100,000 Production-Programming, Others Wrote' Inc. 1080 Dionne St. St. Paul, Minn. with 29% down. Photographer: Well experienced and educated. Two RCA 70D turntables, one converted to 45 Small exclusive market. Daytimer. For last two years have handled all news and operations. Robert Tilton, Storz Stations, Omaha, commercial photography for midwest station. Nebraska. Asking $35,000 with $10,000 Excellent references. Will locate anywhere. Box 656G, BROADCASTING. down. WANTED TO BUY Production manager-director, presently employed directing bulk of live shows. Five years experi- CALIFORNIA ence in all phases of commercial television pro ...
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413. 1958-12-08-BC-OCR-Page-0113 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... minded pd -dj desires return Manager or commercial manager. 39 years old to medium or metropolitan market. Fast, musi- veteran of 15 years in radio and tv would like cian, college, family. stable. Prefer Balaban, to return to station operations. College grad- Minority interest in Texas coast regional. Storz, McClendon, consider all sharp organize- Excellent ggulf record paying tions. Box 939G. BROADCASTING. uate, native Texan. married, two children. Past 10% aptll8gain Box 805E All casdividends . four years salesman for top national station rep- BROADCASTING. Production manager with five and one half years resentative firm ...
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414. 1958-12-15-BC-OCR-Page-0071 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... said "we feel we are returning 50% of KWTV (TV) Oklahoma City, a home and as comfortable as if we had never CBS-TV outlet. been away." Matthew J. Culligan, NBC executive vice president in charge of the CBS -TV Figures Out radio network, cited the recent signing of Todd Storz' KOMA Oklahoma City and Must -Buy Replacement also the addition of KIMA Yakima, Wash. The broad outline of CBS -TV's replace- and called the WSAN return "evidence of ment for its must-buy station list was pre- the continuing parade of top stations to sented to affiliates last Thursday (Dec. 11) . ...
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415. 1958-01-20-BC-OCR-Page-0112 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Thomas Whitley named acting Mr. Oleske will be in charge of newly- station manager of WYDE Birmingham, Jack Stapp, formerly P. formed CBS News financial department. and Michael Secrest, formerly program pro- program manager of WSM. Jerome B. Golden, as- Nashville, to WKDA that duction director of Storz and Johns Sta- sociated with American tions, named WYDE program director. city as vice president and Broadcasting - Paramount general manager, succeed- WAKE, WILD and WYDE are all Bartell Theatres legal department ing Harvey Glascock. Mr. stations. and previously with Para- Glascock moves to New James C. Dowell ...
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416. 1958-02-03-BC-OCR-Page-0102 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Experi- mand. Salary second to opportunity. Herb Tokla, in northeast with transmitter staff of 6, requires enced. Box 916C, BROADCASTING. 21 Cutler Street, Worcester 4, Massachusetts. assistant transmitter supervisor. Must be tech- nically qualified in measurement and mainte- Hot Jock!! Top Pulse rated Storz- Noemac type Technical nance of W transmission equipment. Character josh- diskie. Wide awake morning man. with and technical references required with applica- contagious personality. Conscientious. Brightest tion. Box 690B, BROADCASTING. sounding show ever. Top 40's preferred. Box Experienced radio -tv engineer first class license 922C, ...
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417. 1958-02-10-BC-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ) . Sherman H. Dryer, head of a tv produc- $35,000. Otherwise, the expenses are to be Dr. John W. Taylor, executive director of - paid by the board. tion firm bearing his name and ONSET the Chicago Educational Television Assn. board member, claims ONSET "patrons" Todd Storz, president of Mid -Continent, noted that FCC regulations require that the and commercial tv sponsors differ because attributed the donation of the station for source of the program, and of its funds, be the former are accepted by invitation only educational purposes to his firm's "interest clearly stated, `which we do in ...
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418. 1958-02-24-BC-OCR-Page-0189 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Sheridan Inc. (B . W. Curry Jr. WWEZ New Orleans, La. Seeks assignment president); consideration $72,800. Announced from WWEZ Radio Inc. to Mid-Continent Bcstg. Feb. 13. Co. (Todd Stolz, president) for $490,000. Other KCSR Chadron, Neb. Granted transfer of con- Storz stations are WHB Kansas City, WDGY trol from Rachel R. and Robert W. Fouse to Minneapolis -St. Paul and WQAM Miami. An- William H. Finch; consideration $8,179 for re- nounced Feb. 17. maining 60.31% stock. Announced Feb. 13. WOTW-AM -FM Nashua, N ...
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419. 1958-02-24-BC-OCR-Page-0192 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... supervision, maintenance, and some operation. CASTING. Box 24913. BROADCASTING. Combo, 2nd phone, 25, deep resonant voice. col- lege graduate, vet. Attending O'Connell Tech- By golly!!! If you can find a better morning man, hire him! First. hear tape of hot Storz, nical Institute. Write: 731 45th Ave. San Fran- cisco. TELEVISION Noemac jock with Pulse proven magnetic au- dience appeal. The Utopia of showmanship. 3rd phone, 5 years. college, need job now. Will Situations Wanted Box 279D, BROADCASTING. travel. Wayne Schutte, 613 E. ...
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420. 1958-03-03-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... interest. counsel Robert W. Rawson and Herbert Upon formation of Biscayne Tv Corp. M. Schulkind are working with Warren WQAM, which had been owned by Miami Ziv Television Programs, New York, re- Baum and others in Office of Network portedly is adding 11 new representatives Herald (Knight) was sold to Todd Storz Study in preparation for vital proceedings. for $850,000 [BROADCASTING, July 23, 56] . to its sales staff, in line with expansion They feel Network Study men are partial, move embodying new sales approach: Ziv Sun Ray would also lease radio portion of fear Messrs. Rawson and Schulkind may Biscayne ...
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421. 1958-03-03-BC-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... leaders discussing ways to increase effectiveness clear for agencies and advertisers to take fresh look at of programming. Page 74. working relationships and compensation methods. AAAA reserves comment until it completes analysis of study. Page 35. Disc-Jockey Rally -First nationwide assembly of record maestros to be held next weekend at Kansas City under auspices of Storz Stations. Busy program planned. Page 76. Spot Tv Spending at New High -TvB figures show spot television expenditures gained almost 13% in 1957 over 1956, reaching $448,734,000; says January business ran L.A. Toll Tv Withdrawal -Skiatron, Telemeter ask city ahead and February will be better. Page 43. council ...
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422. 1958-03-17-BC-OCR-Page-0041 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of community identification Ray Katz, WMGM New York program ratings, but let's not hype ourselves-results for the station and the disc jockey himself, director, urged the delegates to establish from sponsors must have equal importance. "except possibly on a very temporary basis." close liaison with programming heads. Pro- "The Storz, McLendon, Bartell, Plough Mr. Krelstein cited the need for "ear ap- gram Director Don Keyes of the McLen- groups and other smart independents have peal and urgency" for the station which don Stations said the d.j. should recognize been successful not only by being influential should program major elements of ...
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423. 1958-04-07-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... spotlights the trend: nearly one-third of the New Orleans audience. WTIX is first every daytime quarter -hour . The dominance of WTIX can mean your domi- and first in 462 of all 504 quarters.* nance, too. Spend a quarter -hour or so with Adam Young, or talk to WTIX General Man- Storz Station audience -centered programming ager, Fred Berthelson. *Jan: Feb. 6 A.M. midnight goes from strength to strength in 11- station New Orleans. Day after day more people switch to WTIX and are held there by warm, first WTIX .. and getting firster in 11- station friendly, enthusiastic professional air ...
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424. 1958-04-07-BC-OCR-Page-0076 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Frank H. Ford Sr. for $110,000 plus $50,000 to Mr. Ford plus WIDE, WWEZ NEW ORLEANS, LA. A PRINCIPAL DEFENSE other considerations, mainly management WTIX given as a gift by Mid -Continent ARSENAL OF THE NATION! contracts to keep on Frank H. Ford Sr. Broadcasting Co. (Todd Storz, president) Frank H. Ford Jr. and William Ford (last to Orleans Parish School Board, to be uti- MISSILES.. In McGregor, 9 miles west of the KCEN two, sons of Frank Sr.) in advisory and con- lized at reduced hours as an educational tower, North American ...
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425. 1958-04-21-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Fla, Floyd, Joe, KELO Sioux Falls, S. D. Doherty Richard P. Tv -Radio Management Fogarty, Frank P. WOW -AM-TV Omaha. Neb. Corp. Washington, D. C. Ford, Nancy, KBET -TV Sacramento, Calif. Dolberg, Glenn R. BMI, New York Dolgoff, Herb, Storz Stations, Omaha, Neb. Foster, Joe B. KTBS -TV Shreveport. La. Dolph, Robert H. KFTM Ft. Morgan, Colo. Fox, Bill. KFMB -TV San Diego Dorsey, Eugene C. WVLN -AM -FM Olney, Ill. Fox, Revill J. Revill J. Fox & Co. Denver Dougherty, ...
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426. 1958-05-12-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Now, WTIX General Manager Fred WTIX first .. and getting firster .. more than ever, the big New Orleans Berthelson. and now 20 times more buy is WTIX -the station which even powerful with 5,000 watts on 690 kc. Jan -Feb. 6 a.m. before the change was more popular midnight NEW ORLEANS TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT - TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING -r c i HOME OFFICE OMAHA, NEBRASKA i WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR 8. CO ...
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427. 1958-05-12-BC-OCR-Page-0020 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 294,100 last year. A vital economic factor that a lot of stations are banning rock and in Memphis, the Negro is elevating his roll just because it is rock and roll and be- EDITOR: standard of living, his income, his buying power. cause adults don't like it. I read the story where Storz stations are According to a 129 -city survey, Memphis What segment of the audience are we using a new rate policy [STATIONS, April 28] . ranks first in ratio of total Negro income to trying to capture? The 40 -to-60 -years -olds? . . . Most, if not all, of the ...
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428. 1958-06-09-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the big New Orleans buy THE NEW WTIX NEW ORLEANS is WTIX -the station which even before the change was more popular than the next 3 sta- first and getting firster . . . . . . tions combined, (32.2% all -day average, current 5,000 watts 690 Ise. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING TODD STORZ. PRESIDEN N WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR 4 CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR CO. Page 8 June 9, 195N BROADCASTING ...
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429. 1958-12-01-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . 10:30 a.m. also across board, upon trans- quisition of KXLA Pasadena from Loyal fer to ABC Radio in January. Agency for K. King, president -general manager and NETWORK BOOST Decision of Todd Staley (starches, syrups) is Erwin Wasey, chief owner, by Donald R. Cooke, national Storz, one of nation's top independent ra- Ruthrauff & Ryan. New York. BROADCASTING December 1, 1958 Page 5 ...
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430. 1958-07-07-BC-OCR-Page-0027 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 15 questions which NBC play popular music. per year in radio -tv, according to NBC. asked, the Top 40 format came out badly. Ignored the fact that stations which In its questionnaire to agency panelists, This was the result to be expected from Seven critics of N BC's `Top 40' survey TODD STORZ GORDON McLENDON HAROLD KRELSTEIN GERALD BARTELL ADAM YOUNG ARTHUR McCOY MORRIS KELLNER BROADCASTING July 7, 1958 Page 27 ...
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431. 1958-07-07-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Blair man .. or WDGY g. m. *Hooper, May -June, 1958 WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. STATIONS. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA. NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 July 7, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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432. 1958-12-08-BC-OCR-Page-0031 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ; formed sources. These sources also reported (4 ) Sherwood J. Tarlow * , WHIL Boston; (5 ) Calvin J. Smith, KFAC Los Angeles; that in the case of some stations whose (6 ) William S. Morgan Jr. McLendon Stations; (7 ) George W. Armstrong * , Storz ASCAP agreements do not expire with the Broadcasting, vice chairman of the committee; (8 ) Robert T. Mason * , WMRN majority at the end of the year, ASCAP had Marion, Ohio, chairman; (9 ) Emanuel Dannett * , general counsel of the committee; offered and accepted renewals on ...
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433. 1958-06-30-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . and radio #1 in MIAMI SEAQUARII, MIAMI :$ A 1 Rrt. WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. <D , NJ WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA. NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 June 30, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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434. 1958-12-15-BC-OCR-Page-0066 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 1958 were estimated to total $136,639; were piped into a luncheon meeting staged The survey shows in regard to shopping 000, an increase of 4% over the $131, in Oklahoma City last Tuesday to mark the habits that housewives shop in food and 397,000 for the first nine months of 1957. affiliation of Todd Storz' KOMA Oklahoma grocery stores throughout the week, rather But preliminary figures for October and City with NBC Radio. [NETWORKS, Dec. 1] . than merely weekends; more than twice as November, Mr. Webb said, indicate a The network's I p.m. newscast, featuring many housewives listen to radio ...
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435. 1958-11-10-BC-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ivory tower. Feb. 3, A. W. Dannenbaum Jr. Westing- Together they form an effective unit. house Broadcasting Co. on two types of RADIO TELEVISION radio; Feb. 10, George Armstrong of WHB Mr. McKieman further described the FC&B research man as covering the water- Kansas City (Storz stations) and Lee Rich front of research problems, familiar with of Benton & Bowles on local vs. national and tv figures for nighttime, but officials all but not a working specialist at any one. rates; Feb. 17, Frank Silvernail, consultant, said that by no means do they concede The ...
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436. 1958-06-16-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Blair man Jack Thayer. .. or WDGY g.m. MINNEAPOLIS 50,000 watts soF z - ST. PAUL WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. ` WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRASP , REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. i BROADCASTING ...
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437. 1958-06-02-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... kc. which characterizes everything WITH does. than to any other station. KANSAS CITY, Missouri W D GY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans i REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami INC. TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA. NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. Pace 8 BROADCA5TIN0 ...
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438. 1958-05-12-BC-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... photo First phone announcer, young family man, one and resume upon request. Box 317E, BROAD- Program director -My eight years radio -tv ex- year experience, prefers east. Seeks advance- CASTING. perience will make me an asset to you. Let my ment. Available 8 weeks after acceptance. Box Storz type and Westinghouse experience pay 200E, BROADCASTING. Disc jockey beginner. Radio school graduate. off for you. Top dj. looking for progressive Salary secondary to opportunity. Eager to station that wants to go up in metropolitan Wanted: Station upper-midwest, Great Lakes please. Family man. Box 320E, BROADCAST- ...
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439. 1958-05-05-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... high -traffic Canal & Royal Streets. NEW ORLEANS WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. W -So i.® .TI®I \i TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLIN H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami WOO STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA. NEBRASKA REPRESENTED By JOHN BLAIR k CO. i Page 8 May 5, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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440. 1958-04-28-BC-OCR-Page-0184 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Assn. (really ASCAP in dis- rate. But the newspaper pattern of local or "retail" versus national guise) began beating down the portals of the Senate Commerce rates has carried over to radio and television in many areas. Committee last year for hearings on the Smathers Bill (S 2834) to The Storz stations, in conjunction with their national representa- kill BMI, broadcasters understandably were concerned. They had tives, have adopted a bold new approach. A rigid national and local witnessed the burlesque put on in New York by ASCAP the year rate policy has been adopted effective May 1, as reported in this before ...
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441. 1958-04-21-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... cheerful voice is the most listened -to in town. WHB 10,000 watts .. 710 kc. Kansas City WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR 4 CO. STATIONS WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING REPRESENTED WTIX New Orleans WQAM BY ADAM YOUNG INC. Miami TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRAS4 REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR CO. i l' -t_e U - - BROADCASTING ...
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442. 1958-04-14-BC-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... as radio manager and program director. Increased billing on all stations over 100 % . Also agency and network WANTED: TOP JOCKEY experiences. Best references. Box 780D. BROAD- Fast moving operation in a top 25 market. Prefer man with Mc- CASTING. Sales manager. Over seven years experience in Lendon or Storz know how, $500.00 to start. Must be fully expe- sales and management. Married, early thirties, excellent references. Eager to organize and form rienced with proven rating. Tight cues, production minded, aggres- a fighting team. Box 845D, BROADCASTING. sive. Every tape auditioned and returned ...
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443. 1958-04-14-BC-OCR-Page-0064 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Jarlson, American Bar Assn. in national observance news editor, to Havana April 4 because of "Law Day, U. S. A." May 1, ABA re- Nevadans have invested heavily in Havana ported last week. hotels and casinos. Several state and local bar groups cur- WQAM Miami, Storz station, maintained rently are working on plans for radio -tv a 24 -hour monitoring of all Cuban radio panels and other programs, according to the stations. Paul Rust, news director, said this April issue of the American Bar Assn. Co- monitoring gave the station a beat when ordinator. "Almost every ...
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444. 1958-03-31-BC-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , WMBV Mill - ville and WCMC Wildwood, all New Jersey, newsmen and rescuers reached the scene and listeners got a step -by -step report of their money for and WBCB Levittown, Pa. progress. The station in turn relayed the In addition, WCAU -AM -TV kept listeners information to CBS; Mutual; four Storz Stations through WHB Kansas City; the W SLS TV and viewers aware of conditions with the use of a helicopter. WCAU newsman Ken Public Radio Corp. through KIOA Des local audience Mayer, equipped with a tape recorder, and Moines; KAKC Tulsa; KELP El Paso, Tex.; WCAU -TV photographer Lew ...
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445. 1958-03-24-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . n,E MORI SIAnONS INVITATION to send us comments, suggestions, criticisms which will help shape the 1959 Convention. I ADVANCE NOTICE to all air personalities, broadcast, record, music and advertising executives: Set aside March 5-6 -7 -8, 1959, for the 2nd Annual Disc Jockey Convention, sponsored by. . THE STORZ STATIONS Omaha, Nebraska WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans WQAM, Miami BROADCASTING ...
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446. 1958-03-17-BC-OCR-Page-0039 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... gag will be funny or an TOP MANAGEMENT PANEL on the role of disc jockeys in programming was com- opinion will blow up in his face." posed of (I to r) Harold Krelstein, president, the Plough Stations; Bill Stewart, national Mr. Blore assailed restrictions on the disc program director, Storz Stations, who moderated discussion; John Box, vice president jockey, saying that at KFWB the lineup of and general manager, WIL St. Louis, and John Fearnhead, executive vice president, seven d.j.s could "play what they want." WINS New York. He declared, "I don't believe in ...
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447. 1958-03-17-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , we have accumulated some information of our of Rep. John J. Dempsey (D -N. M.) . He was 78. own which we respectfully call to the subcommittee's attention. Nearly 20 years ago Mr. Dempsey led the effort to establish the At the first annual disc jockey conference held by the Storz House Radio Gallery in the first move to give the radio news reporter Stations we asked leading d.j: s if it made any difference to them in privileges on a parity with those of the press in covering Congress. selecting music for their shows whether the music was BMI or It was not an easy or popular ...
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448. 1958-03-10-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . . . with audience shares consistently in the 40% WHB KANSAS CITY 10,000 watts, 710 kc. WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME .OFFICE; OMAHA, NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. Page 8 March 10, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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449. 1958-03-03-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... #1 in Manager Jack Sandler, too. Or, talk to The John Blair man. Miami WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME .OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 March 3, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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450. 1958-02-24-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... His audiences accept him as one of the family. They write him; they hang on his words. He has great responsibility. He lives up to it. the stoPz stations salute the Otsc jockeys of AMERICA on the eve of the First Annual Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention and Programming Seminar, to be held under Storz Stations sponsorship, March 7-8 -9, 1958, in Kansas City, Missouri ...
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451. 1958-02-17-BC-OCR-Page-0117 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , JUdson 6-1918. No charge for either party. Wanted-1 watt portable microwave equipment. and, of course, Miami's wonderful cli- Box 148D, BROADCASTING. mate. Rush your tape to: Wanted: Used Ampex recorders. Box 760C, BILL STEWART, Director of Program- BROADCASTING. ming, The Storz Stations 820 Kilpatrick Will pay cash for used frequency monitor in Bldg. Omaha, Nebraska working order. Box 177D, BROADCASTING. Wanted 7k " , Ti" or 1%" transmission line, any length. R. F. coils, lighting chokes, sampling Situations Wanted Dollar for Dollar line chokes, 4" ...
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452. 1958-01-13-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Manager Fred Berthel- son. WTIX first .. and getting firster in 11-station NEW ORLEANS WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. AC O Y WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans i - B TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRASKA WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR CO. BROADCASTING ...
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453. 1958-01-06-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . or WEE General Manager George W. Armstrong. e situated in Missouri, Kansas and Iowa WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul TsT1 C3 NJ REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRABE(A L REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i R January 6, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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454. 1958-07-21-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... to Al Tedesco, in the United States. Prefer experienced married KDUZ, Hutchinson, Minnesota. Salary open. Production director modern radio. Top indie, top man who has a proven record. Write G. H. Mc- Wanted, experienced announcer. Dr. F. P. Cerni- ten market. Storz, Bartell, Plough, McLendon, Kinnon, KVOR, Colorado Springs, Colorado. or similar experience required. Fantastic oppor- glia, Radio Station KLIC, Monroe, La. tunity. Rush tape. Box 114F, BROADCASTING. Page 96 July 21, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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455. 1958-09-29-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , metropolitan market preferred. Excel- Hollywood 21, California BROADCASTING. lent references. Available now. Charles Read, 1768 East McMillan, Cincinnati, Ohio. Grantham School of Electronics SEATTLE Ambitious, capable announcer, experienced 488 Marion Street major Announcer -chief engineer. Four years experi- WASH. ence all phases, prefer Storz type operation. Seattle, Washington position Re- Want to move up. Family man 29. Call: Jack quire eekly BROADCASTING. Teiken, Garden 3 -3687, Mason City, Iowa. Page 104 September 29, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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456. Television-1958-Jan-OCR-Page-0065 [Television Magazine]
... e m ; they give-away promotions, has been highly successful. T h e pat- must learn to think in show terms, to work with all kinds tern has been rapidly spreading a r o u n d the country. (See of people and talent; suddenly they are doing big-style " T h e Storz Bombshell," M a y issue of T E L E V I S I O N M A G A Z I N E . ) p r o g r a m m i n g or at least trying to, on a so-called music- Those who are familiar with the exciting sounds that ...
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... has added freshened continuously." The impression the station is trying significance because the wheel of to build is "warm companionship music programming has taken almost Majority of People and friendly, courteous service," a full turn at WEW. In 1937, it KEX indicated in its reply. adopted a variety station approach Todd Storz, president of the Storz A popular trend in music today is with emphasis on old- fashioned hill- Stations of four outlets, declares, the programming of current hit billy music. This lasted until 1951 "Our desire is that our stations shall tunes. One such station is KEXO when the format was changed ...
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... Where there's a Storz Station. there's MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL .. WDGY is tir.t .. all -day average. Proof: the enthusiasm of personalitire l'ul.e. To talk to the steins . . . talk to Blair, or General Manager Jack Thayer. who sound glad to Ge alive . . . KANSAS CITY .. WHB is first .. all -day. Proof: Metro Pulse, Nielsen, Trendcx, Hooper; :\ rca Nielsen, Pulse. All -day averages as high as 48.5% who like people, and show it . (Nielsen) . Remember -you get coverage dnd audience on WliB. See Blair or ...
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459. Television-1958-Apr-OCR-Page-0035 [Television Magazine]
... j o c k e v c o n v e n t i o n in G r e y h o u n d : 12 a n n o u n c e m e n t s per week per m a r k e t f o r feii) , T o d d Storz, p r e s i d e n t of the S t o r z S t a t i o n s , which I reyhound's Southeastern and Pacific Lines. j ed the first K a n s a s City c o m e n t i o n , told TELEVISION ^ elch's ...
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460. Television-1958-Apr-OCR-Page-0065 [Television Magazine]
... m i n a t e r e g u l a r KOHY newscasts. h o u r or h a l f - h o u r s o m e t i m e s b o t h ) . S e c o n d , t h e r e ir the Te Storz s t a t i o n s h a v e d o n e a p a r t i c u l a r l y elfective job m o r e t r a d i t i o n a l o p e r a t i o n of the n e ...
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... advertising VOL. 2-NO 1 DECEMBER 1958 35 CENTS U COVERAGE y to Span Market Air Commercials page 2 OKLAHOMA CITY'S (SCHI EXPANDS enges Giants' rgL Spot Rad' RAD80T 1' SERVICE Á; Bators Give Lift ocal Spots, Programs 11N page IM): PART A ing Images' And ing New Clients STORZ gT ti4 THE NEW Watch Storz Station proven programming team up with 50,000 watt (clear channel) coverage to create the big, bright new radio buy in America's 48th market. Talk to KOMA General Manager K Jack Sampson. 50,000 WATTS c /ear channel o Auto Accessorie Oklahoma City Spend $750,000 WDGY, WHB ...
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... hometown USA Local Promotion Commercial Clinic Station Log Radio Registers Disc Jockey's Changing Role Is Viewed Storz conference studies d.j. s changing role in mapping programming trends The disc jockey, long re- garded as strictly a talent, is adding other dimensions to his character, according to a recent industry gathering. State- ments made at this conclave would indicate that as more advertising dol- lars go to independent programming, the d.j. is beginning to take on both the rote and responsibilities of the big businessman. This new position was much in evidence at the first annual Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention, held in Kansas City, Mo. last month ...
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... (Dominance for the station ..dominance for your message) In each of these major markets. . more radios are tuned to the Storz Station than to any other. MINNEAPOLIS -ST. PAUL .. WDGY is first .. all day average. Proof: Pulse. See Blair, or General Manager jack Thayer. KANSAS CITY .. WHB is first .. all -day. Proof: Metro Pulse, Nielsen, Trendex, Hooper; Area Nielsen, Pulse. All -clay averages as high as 48.5% (Nielsen) . See Blair or General Manager George W. Armstrong. NEW ORLEANS . WTIX is first .. all-day. ...
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... high us ;8.5% (Nielsen) . See Blair or General Manager George W. A rnlstroag. attracts tore NEW ORLEANS .. WTIX listeners to the is first .. All -day. Proof: Hooper ( _ILBri eral Manager Fred Bi rlhelson. , .. Pulse. See Adam Young or Gen- Storz Stations MIAMI .. WQAM is first .. All-day. Proof: Hooper (37.0, í Pulse. Southern . Florida Area .. Treudex. : Blair .. or General Manager Jack Sandler. . titan In any other Pulse er. WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. STATIONS WHB ...
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... ilium the modern concept of this three -fold responsibility tunsti- radio as a personal mcdimn. I firmly tuted the main purpose of the con- believe that the disc jockey or per- vention, at cording to hill Stewart, sonality is an integral part of the national program director for the formula radio that will survive Storz Stations and coordinator for when the rock and roll operators the convention. "Only by bringing find themselves surrounded by oper- this great array of talent together in ations that sound exactly as they a free exchange of ideas and ob- do. . . . I believe it takes a disc jectives can we grow ...
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466. Television-1958-Jun-OCR-Page-0083 [Television Magazine]
... o , " " h o w " a n d " w n y " of spot r a d i o t o d a y . J ' - t i e r n s of l e a d i n g a i h ^ r t i s e r , 7. THE STORZ BOMBSHELL T h e f a c t s o n r a d i o ' s m o s t c o n t r o \ e r s i a ' s t a t i o n o p e r a t i o n a n d the t h i n ...
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467. Television-1958-Jan-OCR-Page-0067 [Television Magazine]
... • how, and the like. His utterances are rigidly controlled. The Independent can be the news station in its m a r k e t lough f o r m u l a has had a considerable measure of success Westinghouse is out to build itself as the "news station" See " T h e Storz B o m b s h e l l " ) . It is a Plough thesis that the in every market. I'hat this can be done bv an independent lisc jockey can be switched at will, without affecting the radio station has already been demonstrated, a notable case ludience one way or the other. ...
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468. Television-1958-Mar-OCR-Page-0219 [Television Magazine]
... o d a y . • • P a t t e r n s of l e a d i n g a d v e r t i s e r s ' X E X TV (N ) ncludes Richmond, Va.) or ranking purposes, consider this market Btersburg-Richmond) 7. THE STORZ BOMBSHELL T h e fact; on r a d i o ' s m o s t c o n t r o \ e r s i a l PLADELPHIA, P a . - W I L M I N G T O N , station operation and the thinking behind it 89.0 1.752.682 CAU TV ...
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469. Television-1958-Sep-OCR-Page-0071 [Television Magazine]
... nited States owned by major station groups have been invited to join as part of a research project for the American Civilization the tape network. Depai tment of Brou n hniversity. Reprints of this study are available at 25 each. Bulk rates on request. RECENT RADIO STUDIES: The New York Radio Market National Spot The Storz Bombshell Believ ability: Network vs Independent The Westinghouse Radio Study News — Radio's Basic Strength Pulse Reports on the Out-of-Home Audience Reprints of these studies are available at 25$ each. Bulk rates on request. Television Magazine 422 Madison Ave. New York 17, N . f . ...
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470. Television-1958-Nov-OCR-Page-0073 [Television Magazine]
... , b u t we c a n ' t get excited a b o u t it. itself. END Reprints of this study are available at 2~><j - each. Hulk rates on request. RECENT R A D I O STUDIES: The New York Radio Market Nighttime Radio National Spot The Storz Bombshell How Leo Burnett Buys Radio News — Radio's Basic Strength Pulse Reports on the Out-of-Home Audience Reprints of these studies are available at 25<f each. Bulk rates on request. Television Magazine 422 Madison Ave. New York 17, N.Y. ...
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... . DISC JOCKEY CONVENTION ANI) 1PIROGRAMMING SEMINAR. INVITATION to send ns comments, suggestions, criticisms which will help shape the 1959 Convention. ADVANCE NOTICE to all air personalities, broadcast, record, music and advertising executives: l'lan to attend the 2nd Annual Disc . locke Convention in 1959, sponsored by. . THE STORZ STATIONS; . I Omaha, Nebraska WDGY, Minneapolis-St. Paul WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans WQAM, Miami U. S. RADIO May 1958 ...
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472. Television-1958-Mar-OCR-Page-0136 [Television Magazine]
... 6 . NATIONAL SPOT T h e " w h o , " " h o w " a n d "why" ' of spol r a d i o l o d a y . . . P a t t e r n s of l e a d i n g advertisers 7. THE STORZ BOMBSHELL T h e facts o n r a d i o ' s m o s t c o n t r o v e r s i a l s t a t i o n o p e r a t i o n a n d t h e t h i n k i ...
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... accept him as one of the family. They write him: they laau! , on his words. He has great responsibility. lle lives up to it. the stoat stations salute the Òtsc jockeys of arnE121Ca on the eveof the First Annual Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention and Programming &minar, to be held under Storz talion Sponsorship, March 7 -8 -9. 1958, in Kansas ( 'itg. Missouri 6 U. S. RADIO February 1958 ...
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474. 1959-07-13-BC-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Lawrence; Kentucky, Donald J. Horton, WVLK- listener advantages. Officers will be curred. He quoted Mr. Storz' letter as AM-TV Lexington; Louisiana, Clarence E. Faulk Jr. KRUS Ruston. elected at a second meeting to be held saying the KOMA operation as a net- Maine, Hal Dutch, WLAM Lewiston; Mary- early this month. work affiliate had been "unsuccessful land, Arnold Wilkes, WBAL -AM -TV Baltimore; Massachusetts, Earle G. Clement, WBET Brock- by any measure," though not necessar- ton; Michigan, Robert J. Coleman, Michigan Assn. of Broadcasters ...
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475. 1959-11-30-BC-OCR-Page-0066 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - bution of feature films, according to executives "whose function it is to em- tional understanding, public service and Ilya Lopert, president of the company. ploy and disemploy producers." outstanding radio or tv writing. Animated Nebbishes' Gene Deitch Enters Peru Fremantle International Assoc. Inc. N.Y. has been named to Storz goes into Inc. N.Y. reports its first film sales in represent Herb Gardner, creator of the "nebbishes," for tv animation. Mr. pop record business Peru. Station Cia. Peruvana de Radio - difusion, S.A. in Lima purchased the Gardner's characters also appear in Storz Stations this month debuted as syndicated color ...
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476. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... "Evaluation of Sta- which is optically reduced to 16 mm. registration double that of last year's tion Promotion" -Bob Adams, WAKE What the development amounts to: "We initial gathering at Kansas City. Atlanta; Paul Cowley, WKLO Louis- applied 1959 techniques to a `lost art' Sponsored by the Storz Stations, the ville; Harvey Glascock, WHK Cleve- of kinescope recording. For the past convention will tackle such industry land, and Duncan Mounsey, WPTR four years tv recording has not been topics as network vs independent radio, Albany. "Too Many Record Releases ?" receiving any attention." ratings ...
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477. 1959-04-06-BC-OCR-Page-0027 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... How did it yet so late so early? wouldn't be here, and eating all this steak. Let the listeners be the judge. Clarence Jones, Advance reservations are running heavy Managing Partner WBPD Orangeburg, S.C. for the Storz Stations' Second Annual INTERNATIONAL RADIO PROGRAMMING Still earth bound EDITOR: SEMINAR and POP MUSIC They may not be reading BROADCAST - DISC JOCKEY CONVENTION ING on the moon, but you are likely to see it any place on earth. Here is yours May 29- 30 -31, Americana Hotel, Miami Beach Reason? Tremendous success of last year's Kansas City confab. Almost before that one adjourned, reservations ...
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478. 1959-08-31-BC-OCR-Page-0040 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , their integrity and finally to ords. "Friendship helps, but very Deejays' Responsibility By no their pocketbooks. Gift of television seldom will a deejay play a record means do all stations transfer the selec- sets, expense-paid vacations, boats, out of friendship if he doesn't think tion process to committees. The Storz cars and what -have -you are clearly as his listeners will like it. And we don Stations, one of the most successful much a bribe as outright cash. Storz want them to. If the deejays turn down independent groups, feels selection is policy expressly forbids our people our records we're happy because this the ...
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479. 1959-06-08-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... CLOSED CIRCUIT Code problems Two station entities Storz went on record during second Prince example of this chain reaction quit NAB last week in disagreement annual disc jockey convention in is Fresno, Calif. When, as and if Com- with Television Code Review Board's Miami that Storz Stations would spon- mission makes decision in Fresno, this actions against stations carrying com- sor third convention next year if disc will also have impact on Bakersfield, mercials for Preparation H, hemor- jockeys wanted it, he is reserving final Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Sacra- rhoid remedy. One was ch. 8 WMTW decision until after huddle with ...
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480. 1959-03-09-BC-OCR-Page-0115 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Thurston, Donald A. WIKE Newport, Vt. Weaver, Shelton, WIIC Inc. Pittsburgh. Sonderling, Egmont, WOPA Oak Park, Ill. Tilley, Harry, Visual Electronics .Corp. N.Y. Weber, Fred, WSTV Inc. Steubenville, Ohio. Southmayd, John P. Fisher, Wayland, Duvall & Tilton, Robert F. Storz Bcstg. Co. Omaha, Neb. Weber, Louis E. ASCAP, N.Y. Southmayd, Washington, D.C. Tipton, Jack, KLZ -TV Denver. Webster, Maurie E. KCBS San Francisco Sparnon, Ken, Broadcast Music Inc. N.Y. Tisdale, James M. WVCH Chester, Pa. Wehrman, Harvey E. KLZ ...
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481. 1959-05-25-BC-OCR-Page-0116 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... made disc jockeying pay, Mr. Husing made it set up a news bureau in Red China. respectable, television made it essential. By degrees broadcasters are overcoming their journalistic Many of the delegates to the Miami convention, the inferiority complex. There is nothing in the whole field of second to be sponsored by the Storz Stations, are too communications that broadcasters cannot do better and young to remember the three crucial moments in the his- infinitely faster than the printed page. tory of their craft. The first occurred Feb. 3, 1935, when Mr. Block went on WNEW New York with the pioneer version of what was ...
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482. 1959-02-23-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... brake on Operation Daybreak' Page 38 Harris calls for more Oversight, reforms, spectrum study Page 62 FCC's changes in program form meet bitter opposition Page 72 MORNINGS1DE LIBRARY 1 national brand C>Vet 23A^ ,t4bArv-% Qik 41/4 . oa %INS c> la, Wire% Where there's a Storz Station .. STORZ 1110411MPICIPPASIIK there's Audience! Stations Todd Storz, President Home Office: Omaha WDGY Minneapolis-St. Paul WHB Kansas City KOMA Oklahoma City WTIX New Orleans WQAM Miami WDGY, WHO, KOMA, WQAM represented by John Blair & Co. WTIX represented by Adam Young Inc. ...
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483. 1959-06-08-BC-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Lookin' & Listenin' Panama Records' hostess Kay Moran catches a tune from Storz Sta- tions' WQAM Miami with the de- velopmental model radio eye- glasses which were put on display WITH THE by their designer, Semiconductor Components Div. of Texas Instru- ments Inc. Dallas, during the sec- INTER MOUNTAIN ond annual disc jockey convention NETWORK in Miami Beach (see story, page 93) . Tiny plastic earplug is nearly THE BIGGEST invisible in Miss Moran's ear. Ra- MOST COMPREHENSIVE dio eyeglasses have volume con- trol and pre -set tuning, play 100 PULSE STUDY hours on single battery in right ever made ...
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484. 1959-04-20-BC-OCR-Page-0070 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Planning for the d.j:s Shirt sleeves marked a planning Ira Cook, KMPC Hollywood; Robin Seymour, WKMH committee meeting for the Storz Stations' second annual Detroit, and Tom Edwards, WERE Cleveland. Conven- International Radio Programming Seminar and Pop tion agenda includes sessions on "What Next, Mr. Music Music Disc Jockey Convention in Miami Beach May Man (The Great Abdication) "; "Are Live Commercials 29 -31. Attending the session at Chicago's Palmer House Dead ? "; "From D.J. to Management, It Is Happening "; April 12 were (1 to r): Bill Stewart, Storz programming ...
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485. 1959-11-09-BC-OCR-Page-0114 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... RADIO TELEVISION TELEVISION Situations Wanted -Announcers Help Wanted -Announcers Help Wanted -Announcers i/ * TV -RADIO PERSONALITY FIRST CLASS ANNOUNCER Or Commercial, sports, news, music. * WITH FIRST CLASS TICKET Major league baseball announcer. * For first class Storz station. First it 35, family. Films, tapes, references. / i class tape takes the job. Air mail * to Grahame Richards -The Storz 4t TV NEWS PERSONALITY Leaving New York City. * Stations -820 Kilpatrick Building, Box 198R, BROADCASTING * Omaha, Nebraska. For Major Midwest City of 350,000 ** ** * * * * * * * * * * ...
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486. 1959-07-27-BC-OCR-Page-0076 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of record manufacturers and one -hour episodes on last season's West- election which gave the Musicians station management. inghouse Desilu Playhouse on CBS -TV, Guild of America the right to bargain The 1960 convention of DJA is to be for the musicians at the major studios will be shown in theatres abroad under held concurrently with the Storz Sta- (BROADCASTING, July 14, 1958) . In its an agreement now being negotiated, Mr. tions' disc jockey convention, or inde- petition, AFM claims that the MGA Arnaz said, adding that theatre showing pendently if the third annual Storz Sta- contract with the studios cannot bar in ...
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487. 1959-10-26-BC-OCR-Page-0084 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... broadcasters Future Broad- tion Officers for Civil Defense, Mr. casters of America, Valley City, N.D. Bell cited a long list of broadcaster complaints about lack of cooperation Media notes met concurrently with the state broad- casters' association Sept. 25 -26. The or- by civil defense people- mostly on the Storz scholarships Five Storz stations ganization, helped by KOVC Valley local level-in carrying out emergency have announced the establishment of a City staffers, runs a radio station (cov- operations during Conelrad exercises, scholarship fund in each of their cities ering the block from which it operates) and before and after the elerts. to ...
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488. 1959-06-08-BC-OCR-Page-0081 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... pool and terrace, of which tiny part is shown above. Carlton Records kept bar open at poolside. FUN IN THE MIAMI SUN D.j.s live it up but do some business too Some 3,000 disc jockeys, station ex- for the weekend by delegates, stations ecutives, record company salesmen and and record companies. The Storz Sta- talent sunned, swam, swizzle-sticked tions, once again the convention host, and business -sessioned their way expects a $55,000 bill. The record firms through the Second Annual Radio Pro- spent an estimated $200,000, covering gramming Seminar and Pop Music Disc in part such big events as the poolside Jockey ...
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489. 1959-12-21-BC-OCR-Page-0085 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... operations wanted. Let's cations confidential. Baldwin Goodwin, Jr. hear about you. Box 617R, BROADCAST- General Manager, WKIZ, Box 1487, Key Station manager desires to relocate. ING. West, Florida. Secondary or major market only. Experi- first phone, college grad, 4 years experi- enced Storz -McClendon type operation. 32, Experienced engineer. First class ticket. Proven, programming and sales record. ence dj and pd. Want adult music station State experience, references, salary. Present owner my best reference. Salary or tv production. Available February first. WMEX, 70 Brookline Avenue, Boston, ...
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490. 1959-08-03-BC-OCR-Page-0105 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the welter of stations tion groups -the Bartells and McLen- to raise ratings and revenue, after drop- across Denver's dial, Mr. Burden be- dons, the Ploughs and Storzes-may ping its network affiliation. Competing came convinced his formula possessed cavil at the Burden approach, but with KOWH (later sold by the Storz "great staying power," noting KMYR's acknowledge it's difficult to argue with Stations) , KOIL cut into the former's improved rating position within a mere success. They can understand, too, be- astronomical audience share under Mr. 60 days. A few months ago he kicked cause as protagonists of modern radio ...
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491. 1959-06-08-BC-OCR-Page-0114 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... great an we commented two weeks ago [ "Repeal Sec. 315 Now Or influence they now exert over a considerable part of all Repent Later," EDITORIAL, May 25] there has never been a U.S. radio programming. better chance for broadcasters to obtain relief from a law Through no fault of the sponsoring Storz Stations, the that prevents intelligent dissemination of campaign news. If record companies took over the Second Annual Radio Pro- they muff this one, they'll have to live with Sec. 315 a gramming Seminar and Disc Jockey Convention. Their long time. hospitality, abetted by sun, beach and pool, overwhelmed the ...
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492. 1959-11-16-BC-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... first advocated by ex -Sen. John too much authority in the area of Bricker (R - Ohio) , has gained con- programming," Rep. Bennett said, siderable support since the tv quiz CROSBY and emphasized the agency certain- hearings began last month. HOPE regret that the FCC had not used the Storz case as a vehicle to determine once At one point the Commission con- sidered a staff suggestion that a city- wide hearing be held to determine what and for all just what powers it had over KAYE programming. The net effect of the ap- proval, Mr. Doerfer stated, was to con- ...
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493. 1959-02-16-BC-OCR-Page-0034 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Young & Rubicam; Duncan Mounsey, executive vice single rate as a possible boomerang. Phil Kenney, vice president, Kenyon & president and general manager of The agency counts a number of re- WPTR, said the adoption of a single Eckhardt; Mike Donovan, vice presi- tailers on its client list. Storz Stand A station spokesman George W. Armstrong, executive vice - dent and associate media director, Ben- ton & Bowles; Harry D. Way, vice rate reflected the station's decision to "base the rate on the value of our product, not what we think the traffic president of the Storz Stations and ...
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494. 1959-06-29-BC-OCR-Page-0087 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , and WCPO -TV Cincinnati, to Stations KNTV (TV) San Jose, Calif. as pro- GRAHAM RICHARDS, gram director. formerly national pro- ADVERTISING IN JOHN C. MOLER, as- gram director of In- BUSINESSPAPERS sistant manager in ter- Mountain Net- charge of WKY Ok- work, to Storz Broad- MEANS BUSINESS lahoma City, named casting Co. in similar managing director of capacity, effective July WIBG -AM -FM Phil- 1. Storz operates adelphia, effective Au- In the Radio -TV Publishing Field WDGY Minneapolis, gust 1. Mr. Moler only BROADCASTING is a MR. RICHARDS WHB Kansas City ...
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495. 1959-06-08-BC-OCR-Page-0084 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the local story was carried in the June 8 edition of Time under the head- COORDINATOR Of convention was line, "Disc jockeys, the big payola." Time said: "If the Bill Stewart (right) , national pro- pampered jades of Asia had turned up in Miami Beach last gram director of Storz Stations, week they might have melted with envy. One of the most which sponsored meeting. He pampered trades in the U.S. -the disc jockeys-had come spent months on arrangements. to town .. and Big Daddy, in the shape of the U.S. record companies, was there to take care of them.. ...
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496. 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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497. 1959-10-05-BC-OCR-Page-0079 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... .; JEROME EVA WOLAS, producer of Jane AMPEX All professional recorders SILL, WFPG Atlantic City, N.J.; Wyman Show at Revue Productions, readily available in stock.inciuding F. C. SOWELL, WLAC Nashville, Hollywood, signs as writer-producer of 300's & 350's. SHIP ANYWHERE rN U.S.A. Tenn.; TODD STORZ, Storz Sta- Impulse film series with California Stu- DIRECT TO YOU AT FACTORY PRICES tions; P. A. SUGG, NBC Radio; dios, that city. Other writer -producers MERLE H. TUCKER, KGAK Gal- joining California: SETON I. MILLER 820 W. OLYMPIC 1 lup, N.M. ...
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498. 1959-06-22-BC-OCR-Page-0010 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Denver and parent McCann -Erickson in MR. WEAVER MR. SARMENTO KISN Portland, Ore.) and vp. Mr. Stewart U.S. ARMANDO M. SARMENTO, since 1957 senior vp of M -E served for past 31/2 years as national di- International responsible for company's 19 Latin American rector of programming for Storz stations. offices, elected president of international arm. He succeeds He was prime mover in setting up and co- WILBERT G. STILSON, named executive vp of parent corn - ordinating first and second international pany. Radio Programming Seminar & Pop Music Mr. Weaver joined NBC in 1949, moved up to presidency ...
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499. 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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500. 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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