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401. 1965-10-25-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... What is an 1 nfluenc1 le 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 STÖR 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, October ...
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402. 1958-05-05-BC-OCR-Page-0125 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Kodak K100 Movie Camera, 1-Pan -Cinor theatre and -Variable Focus Lens plus flood light and other Program director -My eight years radio -tv ex- prop shops and studioc stagingandelighting. miscellaneous studio equipment all at substantial perience will make me an asset to you. Let my 245E, BROADCASTING. discount. Box 240E, BROADCASTING. Storz type and Westinghouse experience pay Motorola 30 -D two -way mobile equipment. Trans- off for you. Top dj. looking for progressive station that wants to go up in metropolitan Sales mitter, receiver, speaker, mike. cable. Suitable market ratings. Position must have authority for remote broadcasts. $150.00. ...
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403. BC-1985-04-08-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and TV phones. Staff: Greg Silsby, Doug Mac - 731 Sansome St. San Francisco 94111 Dave Staff: Bill Barkley, Jean Baker, Ray Callum, Rob Boatman, Noise reduction equipment for audio and Goldschmidt. Shurtz, John Sullivan, Dave Elliott, Deb- videotape recording, SP series for multi- bie Storz, Debbie Baker. Electrohome Ltd. 1744 track recording, outboard applications. Staff: Stacey Rehm, Kevin Dauphinee, EECO Inc. 1775 809 Wellington St. North Kitchener. Ont. loan Allen, Ed Schummer, Scott Schu- 1601 E. Chestnut Ave. Santa Ana, Calif N2G 4J6 man, Bill Jasper. ...
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404. 1956-12-10-BC-OCR-Page-0082 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... The judge, how- that the need of primary service in Lorain broadcast stations WIOD (now WCKR) ever, ordered all defendants in two major outweighed the interference to be suffered by WITH and WSPD. Mr. Hutchison also found Mr. Schafitz financially qualified. His and WQAM respectively. WQAM was sold to Todd Storz last summer for $850,000 since the licensee of WCKR-WCKT (TV) - suits brought against AFM by Local 47 musicians in Hollywood to show cause at a hearing Dec. 14 why receivers should not financial ability had been questioned by the could not own two stations in the same be appointed by the court to take ...
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405. 1957-12-23-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... check.. and double check Twin Cities radio audiences endorse WDGY programming . advertisers endorse WDGY audiences and selling power. Creative, imaginative, showmanlike Storz Station programming has produced an entirely new Twin Cities listening habit ..and time-buying habits to match. Latest Hooper, Trendex and Pulse all show WDGY first. Daytime first place ratings are at an all -time high. So are billings. Check with John Blair .. or WDGY General Manager, Jack Thayer. WDGY 50,000 watts Minneapolis -St. Paul WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR A CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. WTIX New Orleans TODAY'S ...
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406. 1959-03-09-BC-OCR-Page-0124 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Hazard Adv. JACK SANDLER, gen- McCann -Erickson, named creative su- and Jeanne Taylor, previously in public pervisors, Benton & Bowles, N.Y. JERE- relations department of J.M. Hickerson eral manager of MIAH C. HARMON, previously copy Inc. to J.M. Mathes Inc. N.Y. in pub- WQAM Miami, Storz chief of BBDO's Pittsburgh office, lic relations and publicity department. station, named v.p. of named copy group head at B &B . corporation. Mr. San- GEORGE CISNEROS, formerly of Gay- dler will continue as Lou LALKO, formerly of Manufac- nor & Ducas Inc. and Buchanan Co. ...
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407. 1959-08-10-BC-OCR-Page-0101 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Box Number one rated for over two years in 970M, BROADCASTING. major market, dj with nine years experi- Engineer, ten years experience part as ence ready for change. Background in- chief; five at one station. Go anywhere, Negro dj. Smooth tape, will show talent, in- cludes Storz and PD experience. Box 130P, available immediately. Box 928M, BROAD- telligent sales background. Box 972M, BROADCASTING. CASTING. BROADCASTING. "Character" di. Also capable "straight " . Engineer 1st class. Married, sober, reliable. Disc jockey, young, talented, intelligent, Major ...
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408. 1966-03-28-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... what is an influenclble 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, March 28 ...
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409. 1956-07-23-BC-OCR-Page-0010 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... narrow four-to -three vote, not to make it an issue in ap- ch. 21 from Huntington, Ind. to Fort THE BUSINESSWEEKLY OF RADIO AND TELEVISION proving sale of WQAM Miami to Wayne; assigns ch. 61 to Moses Lake, Published Every Monday by Broadcasting Wash. and changes educational reser- Publications Inc. Todd Storz 31 vation in College Station, Tex. from Executive and Publication Headquarters Broadcasting Telecasting Bldg. vhf ch. 3 to uhf ch. 48 51 1735 DeSales St. N. W. Washington 6, D. C. $14 MILLION IN STATION SALES Telephone: MEtropolitan 8 -1022 FCC, in final meeting before annual TV HAS ...
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410. BC-1986-09-22-OCR-Page-0106 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... fire in offices of Larry Paulausky, chief engineer, KXYZ(AM) - N.E.W. Media (BROADCASTING. Aug. 18) . used technique of collecting list of most pop- KSRR(FM) Houston, joins WPEN(AM) - Trust is being handled through Valley ular records, first used by Todd Storz, presi- wMGK(FM) Philadelphia in same capacity. Bank, Green Bay. dent, Mid-Continent Broadcasting Co. Omaha, and added colorful disk jockies, pro- motions and contests. Mix caught on and evolved into modern top 40 format. On San Promotion and PR Gary R Cummings, Francisco station he ...
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411. 1957-09-02-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... A Time -Buyer That's what the newest Hooper says, continuing a dramatic doesn't have to dig runaway for WQAM since the start of Storz Station program- ming less than a year ago. Now WQAM has more than 31/2 very far to times the audience of the next station. The latest Metro Pulse, 9- county area Pulse and Trendex also show WQAM in first learn what's what place. Makes time-buying in Miami rather simple, doesn't it? Don't complicate your life by leaning on 1956 data for support. in Miami. Get the new figures from John Blair .. or talk to WQAM WQAM General Manager Jack Sand ...
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412. BC-1987-03-23-OCR-Page-0121 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... RKO Radio. Radio Hall of Fame What's the Future for Broadcast Unions? Room S412. Moderator: Bill Induction: MC Bev Brown, KGAS(AM) Carthage, Tex. Inductees: Gordon Bolster, KSOK -TV St. Louis. Panelists: Alfred DiTolla, Intl. Alliance of Theatri- McLendon, Robert Todd Storz and Robert Trout. Kenote address: Marshall cal Stage Employees & Moving Picture Machine Operators; Paul Wagner, Loeb, commentator and managing editor, Fortune magazine. Radio cre- International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 45; John Hall, ative spots by Ann Winn and Garrett Brown. American Federation of Television and ...
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413. BC-1987-04-06-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... review TISCH TALK D CBS Chief Executive Officer progress on people meters. PAGE 82. Condom Laurence Tisch chronicles where broadcasting advertising debated. PAGE 84. RAB's Stakelin industry has been and where its going in NAB urges salesmen to get on the stick. PAGE 85. Trout, convention address. PAGE 44. McClendon and Storz inducted into Radio Hall of Fame. PAGE 86. NAB 87 D Departing FCC Chairman Mark Fowler STARTING UP E Fox takes to the airwaves with its tells NAB crowd that industry needs backbone to first prime time lineup of programing. PAGE 88. fight for its First Amendment rights. PAGE 55. Four other FCC ...
01 Jan 1987  -  75k
414. 1961-08-07-BC-OCR-Page-0102 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Req: 1340kc, BP -14194 NEW Lovell, Wyo. BGH Corp. Utah) ; Glasgow Tv Club Inc. on ch. 12 250w, lkw -LS, unl. Req.: 1050kc, 250w, D. Glasgow, Mont. (KOOK -TV ch. 2 Billings, BP -14135 WTIX New Orleans, La. Storz BP -14195 NEW Utica, N. Y. Fusco Bcstg. Mont. via ch. 9 Saco and Hinsdale. Mont.): Bcstg. Co. Has: 690kc, 5kw, DA -2, uni. Req: Corp. Req.: 1550kc, lkw, D. Stanker Supply Co. on chs. ...
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415. 1956-06-18-BC-OCR-Page-0130 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... from the only evidence that things are looking up for radio. In recent weeks, the pages of this magazine have reported: Radio station sales at record prices: Crowell -Collier pays $2.35 million for KWFB Los Angeles, a city with more than 20 radio stations and a full complement of seven tv stations. Todd Storz buys WQAM Miami for $850,000, an all-time high for a regional station. Station brokers report more seekers for good stations than sellers. Radio set sales continue to climb: In the first four months of 1956, a total of 1,984,915 radio sets were sold, compared to \l 1,609,182 sets sold in the ...
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416. 1958-01-27-BC-OCR-Page-0109 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... li- present salary and the initial investment cense from WHIP Inc. to WHIP Bcstg. Inc. for A back again .. I am convinced that group A $150,000. Owners are Leonard Goorian, Alfred B. A owners BARTELL, McLENDON, PLOUGH A costs you nothing except $3 for my tried STORER STORZ, AND WESTINGHOUSE A Katz, Arthur Steoff, Martin Himmel, and Ed- A A. employ the finest talent now .. .. A and proven manuscript. I'm a deejay who ward Weston (each 20 %) . Messrs. Goorian, Him- mel and Weston are in advertising; Mr. ...
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417. 1958-12-01-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . herent with stations fast pace and, "modern sales-getting ability. Knows modern radio pro- sound." Box 829G, BROADCASTING. gramming and how to get ratings, strong on promotion. Knows how to stay within a budget, Country music personality wants work in south- Program, production and promotion man. Storz- east. Family man, sober. For details, references oriented, with McCiendonknowhow who can spend money wisely and operate profitably. and tape write Box 837G, BROADCASTING. Plough into the thick of a rating battle and Salary requirements in five figures plus incen- Bartell the audience in terms ingenious and con- ...
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418. 1958-02-10-BC-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... discovered successively in North Lincoln and South Lincoln, KFOR added dimensions to the story with remote pickups and interviews. a responsibility? After the capture KFOR newsmen guessed they had handled, in addition to KFOR work, calls from 29 stations in this coun- try and Canada, provided feeds to two net- works and Storz stations and answered "Any property which you would consider countless queries by visiting newsmen and telephone callers. So many listeners came worthwhile and worthy of your own personal to the station General Manager Richard Chapin had to order the doors locked. investment likewise would be a property that HOLLYWOOD -KNX here provided al- most instant ...
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419. 1966-05-16-BC-OCR-Page-0079 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , with Tedesco Inc. Empire president, died May 6. Surviv- ing are four daughters. Jack M. Nitzburg, 55, administrative St. Paul, elected to city council of St. assistant to sales manager of American Paul. Jack Sandler, 50, Society of Composers, Authors & Pub- VP of Storz Broad- lishers, died May 8 of heart attack at INTERNATIONAL casting Co. died of South Nassau hospital in New York. heart attack May 5 in He is survived by his wife, Lucille, and John F. Glasier, advertising manager Miami Beach, Fla. He daughter. of Ford Motor Co. of ...
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420. BC-1984-03-26-OCR-Page-0076 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Rich- City (WTIX: 690 khz. 10 kw -D. 5 kw -N; KOMA: 1520 khz, WRSL-FM (95.9 mhz) Stanford, Ky -Seeks CP to in- ter O'Grady Co. His son, Kevin J. O'Grady, who is also in 50 kw -U) -Seeks assignment of license from Storz Broad- crease power to 1520 khz. Ann. March 20. fum, and Kevin's wife, Susan B. also have interest in app. casting Co. to Price Communications Corp. for $6 million, comprising $750,000 cash, $4,500.000 by wire transfer of federal funds and S750.000 note. Seller is ...
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421. 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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422. 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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423. 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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424. 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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425. 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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426. 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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427. 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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428. 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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429. 1959-01-26-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -programming -dj experience for ING. ments and any other pertinent information managerial opportunity. Salary second to to Box 403H, BROADCASTING. opportunity and profit percentage. Box 49111, Experienced announcer, family, will settle BROADCASTING. east for good pay, good working conditions. We need an A #1 pd, must know Storz- Now in large city competitive market, 1st McClendon- Bartell type operation thor- Sales executive, 10 years experience, desires ticket. Box 469H, BRODCASTING. oughly and must do a few hours on the opportunity establish N.Y. board. Top station -top 50 markets, top station b0H 50 BROADCASTING. Staff ...
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430. 1959-02-02-BC-OCR-Page-0038 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , is being kidded But broadcasters tend to be oppor- too much. I would like to see an ele- tunists. They stage specialized promo- ment of patriotism associated with ad- tional drives only during rating weeks and die on the vine during other vertising. periods. The benefits that advertising pro- The Storz formula may differ from duces in a democratic society cannot be the Plough formula, and the McLendon obtained any other way. . . . formula may have a secret ingredient, Could it be that the maligned huck- while other stations seek the secrets of ster is really one of democracy's all three. But news ...
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431. 1959-02-02-BC-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 486H, BROADCASTING. operative personalities. Top - Wanted Used field Zoomar. State price, condition, etc. Box 569H, BROADCASTING. salaries, security and opportunity FOR SALE for management. Prefer men Equipment Used proof of performance package. Cheap. Okay if needs small repair. WKBL, Coving- with Balaban or Storz experience. ton, Tennessee. Send photo and tape or air check CO -AXIAL TRANSMISSION Wanted: Types 6181, 6448, 5563 -A, 1850 -A LINE (Iconoscope) , 10SP4 -A tubes, used or new. to Box 59211, BROADCASTING. Send full details to Glenn W. Winter, Chief Unused Andrew ...
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432. 1959-02-16-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Inc. Great Falls. May 21- 23- Electronic Industries Assn. annual convention, Sheraton Hotel, Chicago. May 24- 27- Associated Business Publications, annual meeting and management conference, Sky - top Lodge, Skytop, Pa. May 28 -31- Second Annual Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention & Seminar under auspices of Storz Stations, Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. JUNE -NOVEMBER June 1- 3- National microwave symposium, Pro- fessional Group on Microwave Theory & Tech- niques, Boston Section, Paine Hall, Harvard U. If you want land, lots of land: Flint, Lansing, Saginaw Cambridge, Mass. June ...
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433. 1959-03-09-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Annual Radio Programming Answer: Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention, This network has delivered Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. Speakers will in- W GH WTAR clude Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio executive largest commercial minute 14.7% 12.11% vice president, and Gordon McLendon, head of McLendon station group. Storz stations are spon- audiences all along. And the WNOR soring seminar with Bill Stewart, Kilpatrick Bldg. new Program Consolidation ! .7% Omaha, Neb. as convention coordinator. JUNE Plan -with unified station June 1- 3- National microwave symposium, Pro- clearances and strong H RADIO fessional Group on Microwave Theory ...
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434. 1959-03-09-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Anthony, George, KXLY Spokane, Wash. Blackburn, James W. Blackburn & Co. Wash- Brown, Kenyon, KCOP (TV) Hollywood, Calif. Arkedis, George, WBBM -TV Los Angeles ington, D.C. Brown, Mrs. Doris B. WKBC N. Wilkesboro, N.C. Armstrong, George W. Storz Bcstg. Co. Kansas Blackburn, Richard K. WHEC Rochester, N.Y. Brown, R.M. KPOJ Portland, Ore. City, Mo. Bland, Thomas A. Crosley Bcstg. Co. Cincinnati, Bryan, Don, Screen Gems Inc. N.Y. Athanas, Peter, WRCO Richland Center, Wis. Ohio Bryan, Robert F. ...
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435. 1959-03-09-BC-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... TV) Tampa, Fla. Flaherty, Eugene, KTIV (TV) Sioux City, Iowa Cooney, Edward, Sesac Inc. N.Y. Dolberg, Glenn, Broadcast Music, Inc. N.Y. Flambo, G. LaVerne, WQUA Moline, III. Cooper, Jim W. WFAA Dallas, Tex. Dolgoff, Herbert S. Storz Bcstg. Co. Omaha, Neb. Flanders, Robert W. WFBM -AM -TV Indianapolis, Cooper, Robert E. WSM Nashville, Tenn. Dorschug, Harold A. WTIC- AM -FM -TV Hartford, Ind. Corken, Maurice, WHBF- AM -FM -TV Rock Island, Conn. Fleckenstein, William, WHOT Youngstown, ...
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436. 1959-03-23-BC-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... WITH top Lodge, Skytop, Pa. SPENDABLE May 28 -31- Second Annual Radio Programming Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention, INCOME! Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. Speakers will in- clude Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio executive vice president, and Gordon McLendon, head of McLendon station group. Storz stations are spon- 74% of K -NUZ Audience is Middle & Upper Income soring seminar with Bill Stewart, Kilpatrick Bldg. Omaha, Neb. as convention coordinator. *Special Pulse Survey (Apr. -May, 1958) 84% of this Audience is ADULT Men and Women JUNE *Nielsen (June, 1958) ...
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437. 1959-05-04-BC-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Fha. Speakers along with it. will include Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio exec- utive vice president; Gordon McLendon, head of McLendon station group; NAB President Harold E. Fellows (keynoter) three station representative executives -John Blair, Robert Eastman and Now ..with 190% MORE listeners Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. than the market's No. 2 station JUNE (C . E. Hooper) .. WILS offers the June 1-3-National microwave symposium, Pro- fessional Group on Microwave Theory & Tech- broadest coverage and the lowest niques, Boston Section, Paine Hall ...
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438. 1959-05-04-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Salesman /announcer. Solve challenging sales Recent graduate- professional radio school ditions, beautiful city, all benefits. Send p05K, board. Box -operate board-prefer northeast, tape, full information and photo. Box 725K, photo, resume available. Box 711K, BROAD- BROADCASTING. BROADCroblems. CASTING. Attention all top Storz and McLendon type Salesman- announcer combination. Experi- Mature, capable announcing, news, copy. program directors. Have immediate open- enced all phases. Must be permanent, with Dallas -Fort Worth area only. Back in Texas ing at executive salary for right man to Box 729K, permanently. Last employment ...
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439. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... grows bigger Second annual International Radio Programming Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention \\ to rave on about KOIN -TV's resplendent expected to hit 4,000 mark for Miami Beach May 29 -31. Ratings, rec- ratings ords, formula programming, network vs independent and news are among and capacious panel topics for meeting sponsored by Storz Stations. Page 60. coverage. Autumn network negotiation United Artists Television and NBC -TV dickering on proposed new anthology series. Page 64. Educational funds opposed House opposition grows as second round of Congressional hearings are held on proposals to grant each state up to $1 million for etv. Proponents claim money is necessity ...
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440. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0015 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... president; Gordon McLendon, head of utors Show, Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago. McLendon station group; NAB President Harold May 19- Wisconsin Broadcasters Assn. Plan - kinton Hotel, Milwaukee. H.V. Kaltenborn, pioneer E. Fellows (keynoter) three station representative executives -John Blair, Robert Eastman and Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- ONE YEAR news commentator, and Charles H. Tower, NAB nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. personnel- economics manager, will be speakers. Jan. -Feb. 58 avg. 1/4 hr. rating 3.0 May 19- Broadcasting Day, Emerson College, JUNE Jan ...
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441. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0062 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... coverage of national and world events will run automatically on the air. In host. but of late some of the news programs fact, it is logical to transfer a station's Panel session moderators will in- have lost the "sense of urgency . . . entire daily assortment of film pro- clude Bill Stewart, Storz Stations, con- They seem to have the salt edited out gramming to tape. Station breaks and vention co-ordinator; Paul Berlin, of them." commercial spots can be included in KNUZ Houston; Tom Edwards, the same reel. Those portions of the Dore Schary, writer -producer of tv, station's daily ...
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442. 1959-05-25-BC-OCR-Page-0070 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 88); ap- Kan.) was to address the Saturday (Scotti Bureau) proval of 58% of the budget to de- luncheon and his talk to be carried on velop national business (42% alone KFH Wichita. Other speakers: George going to promotion of an expansion Armstrong, vice president, Storz Sta- FIRST in radio by retailers) , and approval tions; FCC Comr. Robert E. Lee; Clif- of plans to expand the fall regional ford Barborka, vice president, Robert management conferences from seven Walton, farm director, and Stuart Coch- with to eight (they begin Sept. 2 ...
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443. 1959-05-25-BC-OCR-Page-0113 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Strong on sales. Desire association that can utilize ideal experience and back- LELAND POWERS GREAT WESTERN MERCHANDISE ground in radio, television or both. Box 138M, BROADCASTING. o SCHOOL OF RADIO 6013 SUNSET BLVD. TELEVISION Announcers AND THEATRE HOLLYWOOD 28, CALIFORNIA 25 Evans Way, Boston 15, Mass. NUMBER ONE OVER STORZ WANT LOS ANGELES, CHICAGO, STATIONS FOR SALE NEW YORK $15,000 Box 972K, BROADCASTING N HASKELL BLOOMBERG OWN YOUR OWN SMALL STATION! Hard worker with know -how can buy all Station Broker, Lowell, Mass. or part of southern kilowatt in rich oil, FOR SALE -Equipment FOR SALE New England- $ ...
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444. 1959-06-15-BC-OCR-Page-0099 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... to work, and Rush picture, tape and full background to of production. $100 start. Send tape, photo, desires permanent situation. Give full de- Box 252M, BROADCASTING. background and references to WFDF, Flint. tails to General Manager, KSWS, Roswell, Michigan. New Mexico. modified Storz morning man for 5 kilowatt midwest station. Salary for abil- Needed immediately country and western Sales manager. Experienced. Excellent op- ity. Good newsman needed, too. Send all dj for WGEE, Indianapolis, Indiana, the portunity. WHTG, Asbury Park, N.J. first letter. Positions now vacant ...
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445. 1959-06-22-BC-OCR-Page-0140 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Happily mar- CASTING. Ohio major market. Send details, photo, ried. Two children. Present job over ten sample copy. Box 365M, BROADCASTING. years in one of nation's five largest markets. 7 years experience. Family man, sell like Thrive on competition. Natural leader by crazy. Standard or Storz type. Radio or tv. setting hardworking example. Will go Box 343M, BROADCASTING. Experienced, imaginative, fast thinking, wherever good opportunity and future metropolitan competitive writer. If you exist. Excellent references. Box 433M, #2 Hooper-rated dj, Kansas City seeking have the prerequisites, we have the per ...
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446. 1959-07-06-BC-OCR-Page-0090 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... WJBW had the cooperation one of the "largest" outdoor display tion, which operates in Oklahoma City of record companies in its campaign. campaigns ever conducted by the Trans- and Tulsa, has bought a saturation WTIX had disc donations from other portation Advertising Co. Besides car schedule on the series of salutes to area Storz stations and local record dis- cards inside hundreds of buses and the policemen. tributors. Both stations gave away usual outdoor displays, the fronts of KSAY San Francisco has added in- many thousand records in return for buses were used for the first time in store merchandising announcements for plastic bags. Detroit's history, ...
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447. 1959-07-13-BC-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... OF A MARKET far behind production efficiency. Page 46. MBS settlement proposed Creditors offered 10 cents -on- the -dollar payment. Network officials meet with Mutual Affiliates Advisory Com- mittee group as well as creditors. Bankruptcy hearing scheduled today (July 13) . Page 52. LANSING In and out of NBC Radio Todd Storz informs network KOMA Okla- homa City is cutting down use of network programs; network caught by surprise. And NBC Radio drops WHAM Rochester, N.Y. for WVET. Page 54. Daytimers treaty problems Status of daytime stations in ratification of Mexican treaty is major item of contention as Senate Foreign Rela- BATTLE tions ...
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448. 1959-07-13-BC-OCR-Page-0063 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Dynamic Men Man Dynamic Radio BILL STEWART Vice President and Assistant to the President 3 years with McLendon 31/2 years with Storz DYNAMIC and the Future.. RADIO IN WIC Portland NOW DYNAMIC ADAM YOUNG MARKETS /Wile Omaha AVERY-KNODEL K %CN - Denver the ADAM YOUNG the Stár stations Stár stations - DON W. BURDEN President BROADCASTING, July 13, 1959 63 ...
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449. 1959-07-13-BC-OCR-Page-0113 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... all-night Bigley, General Manager, KTVE, Monroe, relaxation on the beach. Location? Not show. Fifty -kilowatt station in major mar- La. Miami, but between Miami and West Palm ket 30 hour week. Send resume and tape Beach. Air mail your tape and resume now to National Program Director, Storz Sta- Going all the way to the top and we need and be the wise one who realizes that tions, 820 Kilpatrick Building, Omaha, Ne- two sharp salesmen to make the trip with opportunity knocks but once. Box 698M, braska. us. You'll like living and working in Ameri- BROADCASTING ...
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450. 1959-07-20-BC-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the Teleradio Pictures. Manager is Jack Thayer, general man- their advertising and they spent $2,000 top tunes but they also want to be ager of WDGY Min- with us," Mr. Thayer reports. entertained, so we make our presenta- tion of music, commercials and every- neapolis (a Storz sta- thing else as entertaining as we know tion) before being KGO 810 kc, 50 kw, 5:45 a.m. to how. News is not read as it comes appointed vice presi- midnight. Owned by American Broad- off the ticker, but rewritten with color- dent and general casting-Paramount ...
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451. 1959-07-20-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... perience desirable. City of 35,000, oppor- Deejay for all night swing, major market. tunities in 3 station chain. Send tape, re- Must have first phone ticket. Send tape to Aggressive, energetic sales manager for top- sume, full details. Box 727M, BROADCAST- National Program Director, Storz Stations, flight NW Pennsylvania fulltimer. Good ING. Omaha, Nebraska. opportunity. Box 763M, BROADCASTING. Experienced staff announcer. Eastern chain. Send tape, photo, resume and salary re- Technical Salesman for midwest station. Will pay to quirements. None returned Box 728M, commission and draw to salesman ...
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452. 1959-08-31-BC-OCR-Page-0034 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... radio he should have attended the deejay con- specific records. He acknowledges that Writers and Publishers Mr. Lazar time our vention sponsored at Miami Beach last at Christmas "we show ap- also contended that songwriters and mu- preciation for what they've done in the sic publishers are culprits in the payola spring by the Storz Stations (BROAD- CASTING, June 1, 8) . The number, past year," and maybe if a jock's wife game. This is part of ASCAP's standing is in the hospital her bill might be paid. charges against BMI. In the case of variety and meatiness of the speeches "But ...
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453. 1959-08-31-BC-OCR-Page-0103 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Radio Station WRIM, phone 682 or 683 to oin radio or radio -tv staff. Box 401P, Personality dj -Good ratings in market Pahokee, Florida. BROADCASTING. over one million with medium station. Four years experience. College grad. Will go Chief engineer, rood salesman and capable Program director available September 15th. Storz or format. No hurry. Box 402P, announcer, desires permanent position. 10 years radio production, programming BROADCASTING. Presently employed as manager and chief. both networks and independents. Give me 6 years experience, both directional and a liberal hand with programming and super- Young experienced, hard working announc- ...
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454. 1959-10-05-BC-OCR-Page-0126 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the stronger will become the argument for artifical all on the menu. For what Mr. Caniff seems to be saying is limitation of competition. that people aren't going to look at "challenging" programs It is an argument that has often been heard, and some- anyway. times from unexpected sources. At the Storz Station disc Then why all the fuss? jockey convention last spring, Gordon McLendon, one of the We don't agree with this chatter for a moment, any more most successful competitors in radio, publicly spoke out for than any reasonably observant man can believe that television legislation to permit no more stations in a market ...
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455. 1959-10-19-BC-OCR-Page-0118 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Placement transmission and recording. One of the top 10 markets 458 Peachtree Arcade A group programming position Atlanta, Ga. Degree of B.S. (or M.S.) A part -owner or equity arrangement Sam Eckstein JA 5 -4841 plus 2 to 5 years electronic Obviously, I'm not interested in: development & design ex- Storz or McClendon or Bartell or Star. perience required. And if, as you read this, you think I've FOR SALE Send resume to: eliminated everyone worth considering . . . Employment Manager Stations I'm not interested in you either. Box 926P, BROADCASTING. Well developed property, kilowatt, limited hours, central ...
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456. 1959-10-26-BC-OCR-Page-0126 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Fast -paced, personal- Avenue, Chicago 29, Illinois or call PRospect 8 -5338. Experience not necessary. No phone calls. WINK -TV, Fort Myers, Florida. ity dj. Five years experience. College grad. Colored. Beginner dj. Experience in sales, ETV -Must have 3 years experience as Prefer Storz or format. Now making $125. control board operation. Willing to travel. studio maintenance engineer. Excellent po- Box 956P, BROADCASTING. Telephone AC 2 -5846. Address -Mel Placide, sition in newly expanded 100 kw plant. 121 St. Nickolas Ave. New York 26, N.Y. Employment by November ...
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457. 1959-11-16-BC-OCR-Page-0070 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... on radio program- reproach programming. ming requires station managers to take ..but John M. Couric, NAB public rela- tions manager, chided Fort Worth and more interest in this phase of station op- eration, George W. Armstrong, execu- Denver delegates for their failure to tell tive vice president of the Storz Stations, told the Fort Worth radio session. He everybody the public about their impressive public service. Family Problem A personal concept said the sales curve will be in deep trouble if managers fail to watch their programming at least as carefully as of the quiz crisis was given Nov. 9 at else in the Texas ...
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458. 1959-11-23-BC-OCR-Page-0120 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... at the risk of innovators seeming immodest) that I am one of them. Name: Bill Stewart. Background: RCA 10 kw fm transmitter with spare tubes, antenna and related equipment at sacrifice. Contact Hugh Holder, WKIX, in radio is .. 31/2 years with McLeondon, 3% years with Storz, now with the Star Stations, but choosing to part company for reasons unrelated to my work. I'm eager to tackle Raleigh, N.C. Background music operator: Two new con- tinuous playback tape decks mounted wired available to an assignment which can fully utilize my in rack. All accessories. WLIR, Garden ...
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459. BC-1960-02-15-OCR-Page-0058 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ." This, he said, is the way He said the hotel suspected one pro- of American business: "I do it for you motion planned by RCA Victor involved and you do it for me." gambling; warned RCA and the conven- He told the congressmen that "you tion sponsor, Storz Stations, that no haven't had much of a shake so far" gambling would be permitted. He said and added: "This is a great trip for he was assured gambling was not in- me." volved. He charged that newspaper stories He acknowledged record companies make disc jockeys "look like vicious ...
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460. BC-1960-02-15-OCR-Page-0158 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... right offer. All replies acknowledged. billing and rating against hi- powered corn - Box 2905, BROADCASTING. 50 kilowatt programming opportunity. Pro- petition. Over 40. $12,000 minimum. Box gram director we are looking for must 334S, BROADCASTING. Announcer, di, experienced in all phases have McLendon, Storz, Bartell or similar of radio. Midwest preferred. Box 291S. experience. Must posses ideas, imagination, General manager, commercial manager or BROADCASTING. ability and successful background which national rep. Exceptional experience includ- would qualify him to make success of this ing sales with ZIV Television. Believe sales- Radio ...
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461. BC-1960-03-14-OCR-Page-0091 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Shaw Adv. Co. named chairman KICN Denver and of finance committee KISN Portland, Ore.) Chicago, appointed advertising and and elected to board and for four years sales promotion manager for meat and of Bartell Broadcast- national program di- grocery products at Wilson & Co. that ing Co. Mr. Pistell's rector of Storz Sta- city. MR. STEWART MR. PISTELL tions and before that firm handled under- EDWARD REILLY, formerly of Benton writing of Bartell's initial stock offering national program director of McLen- & Bowles, N.Y. to Rose -Martin Inc. don Stations, named operations direc- when it became publicly owned last that city ...
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462. BC-1960-04-18-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... no. 3 of WYTI Inc. expected operating costs of station for the Vinton, Va. in proceeding on their am ap- Granted joint petition by Mount Wilson first year. Action April 8. plications et al. and closed record. Action Fm Bcstrs. Inc. (K BCA ) , Los Angeles, Denied petition by Storz Bcstg. Co. April 7. Freddot Ltd. (KITT) San Diego, bo , Cali- an (KOMA) Oklahoma City, Okla. for leave Granted petition by Broadcast Bureau fornia, and continued evidentiary hearing to amend its am application and rejected and extended to April 22 time to file pro- scheduled ...
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463. BC-1960-04-18-OCR-Page-0114 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - gional. Nice profits. $87,500 29 % - ment or management. Over 25 Texas single regional. Making money. Production -Programming, Others years in radio and tv manage- $49,500 29% -Texas single fulltimer. ment, sales, national, local. In black. $49,500 29% -West Coast STORZ -STORZ-STORZ rod roddy Box 161A, BROADCASTING. fulltime regional. Excellent profits. Dominate in entire area. $367,500 Rocky Mt. single regional. Money - ex-starx executive maker. $42,750. Terms. PATT Mc- now entertaining offers for air, man- DONALD CO. Box 9266, Austin, agement, or ...
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464. BC-1960-06-20-OCR-Page-0127 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... maintenance, general operations and management. Avail- photo on request. Box 890A, BROADCAST- announcing, and have good references and able immediately, Box 879A, BROAD- ING. credit. Prefer family man, looking for CASTING. permanency and willing to live in small Management team available. 36 years com- Storz experience fast paced, happy sound- town in great plains region. Good equip- ing deejay wants to hook on with good top ment, plant, and easy schedule. Top wages bined management and all departments. forty operation that knows what it s doing. in area. Send tape, resume, references ...
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465. BC-1960-10-03-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... in all phases production. Directed fabricate! Electronic effects -echo, tones, salary requirements to Box 411C, BROAD- local shows fed to net! Production manager vibrato. First phone, or course. Sign -on till CASTING. past 61/2 years at one of southwest's to 9 or 10 and ce -pd for Storz or Bartell style station, but opportunity to advance is nil. operation. 2125 minimum. Box 387C, Do you have opportunity? I will bring ex- BROADCASTING. Stage manager wanted for south eastern perience. Write Box 361C, BROADCASTING. capital city vhf station. Must have a mini- News director, ...
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466. BC-1960-10-10-OCR-Page-0089 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... their existing 5-year contract-which radio -television facilities. would have expired in 1962 -in favor Stewart sues KRAK of a new 5 -year pact which starts with the 1961 awards. Under the existing William A. Stewart, former program OCTOBER 20 -21 (End of Next Week) contract NBC -TV would have paid a director of the Storz and Star station, has filed suit in California Superior total of $400,000 for the Emmy rights; SAN FRANCISCO-MARK HOPKINS under the new deal it will pay $1.1 Court for $70,227 damages against million. KRAK Stockton -Sacramento, Calif. and Manning Slater, station executive, John F. Hardesty, San Francis- ...
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467. BC-1960-11-14-OCR-Page-0063 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... CHICAGO (one week from today) Hyde and Robert T. Bartley dissenting, luncheon is expected to be one of the NOVEMBER 21 -22 was conditioned on the outcome of the convention highlights. Another will be EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL FCC's Sec. 317 (payola) investigation the Wednesday luncheon, with reports involving KXOK. Other Storz stations by NBC's newsmen. Richard A. Shaheen of our Chicago office who handles the Midwest and Ray V. Hamil- are WHB Kansas City; WTIX New Mr. Sarnoff, President Robert E. ton, Washington, D. C. office who covers the Orleans; WDGY Minneapolis-St. Paul; Kintner and ...
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468. BC-1960-12-05-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... CASTING. To: EXPERIENCED TELEVISION FILM SALESMEN Newsman- announcer with first class ticket, Experienced. Versatile. Dependable. Mid- west. $110 minimum. Box 239D, BROAD. From: Major Film Distributor With Hundreds of Feature Films CASTING. (Including Post 48) , Top Westerns, Half-Hours and Serials. Storz executive. Program director in major market now contract -free. Will travel for right deal. Top references. Contact Don Subject t Kelly, Sunset 4 -2924, Minneapolis. Opportunity to Represent Us as an Independent Sales Agent, in an Established Territory, With the Privilege of Repre- senting Other Allied Products. TELEVISION ...
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469. BC-1960-12-12-OCR-Page-0100 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Tell us what you want. Placement Dept. J. B. Johnson School, 930 F St. N.W. Washington 4, D. C. HASKELL BLOOMBERG STATION BROKER, LOWELL, MASS. FOR SALE New England-$110,000.00; $125,000.00; $135,000. 00; $200,000.00; $300,000.00. Pennsylvania-$l00, Storz- McLendon -Star 000.00- Colorado- $275,000.00. Wyoming-$100, background Equipment 000.00; $1,000,000.00. Mississippi-$150,000.00; $250,000.00. Arizona-$75,000.00; $325,000.00. AVAILABLE -Jan 1st ammmmanmmnhiehn umnmonnmmnmmmmmmmnnmihmnmmnnnihrim The Ultimate- Idaho-$90,000.00. Alabama-$150,000.00; $200, 000.00. ...
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470. BC-1960-12-26-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... radio while 34.2% with which it shared ch. 9, it surren- Award to WJXT (TV) WJXT (TV) heard it on tv. dered its permit for WHB -TV and sold and its president, Glen Marshall Jr. WHB to Midcontinent Broadcasting Co. have been cited by the Protestant Radio (Todd Storz) for $400,000. and Television Center Inc. Atlanta, for from the South Jacksonville Presby- their "contribution to the religious life terian Church for the last eight years. Media reports .. of our nation . . . ' An award pre- Successful move With no loss of air Gibraltar earnings up Gibraltar ...
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471. 1961-01-09-BC-OCR-Page-0095 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... you perience. Creative? Cheap! Available im- pending situations. You will receive gener- need livewire dj (pol. let me out my ideas mediately. Box 424D, BROADCASTING. ous commissions which are paid promptly. to work for you. Call Chuck Howard, Wil- PD desires N.Y.C. area. Storz type program- For interview In your city, contact P.O. mington, North Carolina, RO 3 -9345. Box 1039, Studio City, California. ming. Experienced, family, references. Box Attention growing stations -lee jay- announ- 466D, BROADCASTING. cer. experienced in working 500.000 market. Talented ...
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472. 1961-01-23-BC-OCR-Page-0084 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Box 424D, BROAD- Washington consulting engineer offers ex- local tv guest entertainment series. Desire CASTING. cellent opportunity to capable junior con- fast paced, adult, modern music and news sulting engineer to become a senior. Staff sound utilizing all types music. No so- PD desires N.Y.C. area. Storz type program- knows of vacancy. Box 575D, BROADCAST- called "top 40" limitations please. Do tight ming. Experienced, family, references. Box ING. production show with occasional comedy 466D, BROADCASTING. drop -ins. I program my music objectively - Television transmitter engineer for south- repeat: ...
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473. 1961-02-27-BC-OCR-Page-0083 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . you are a hard worker, can handle salesmen first phone, some tv transmitter experience. and really want to make good money, send Good educational and experience back- Engineering director or chief, larger AM resume today to Box 259E, BROADCAST- ground. Box 132E. BROADCASTING. operation. Seven years with Storz stations, ING. All replies confidential. three as technical director. Available im- Studio- transmitter engineer with first phone mediately. Robert Tilton, 7525 Grover Street, Local sales position available for right man wants trainee position. technical graduate. Omaha, Nebraska. with CBS station in large midwestern mar- Box ...
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474. 1961-03-13-BC-OCR-Page-0101 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 4- If you want a greater selling challenge 1935. and an opportunity to increase your RADIO earnings to the high five figure, then selling broadcast equipment is for you. Situations Wanted -Management Replies confidential, of course. Send resume and photo to Box 448E, LOOKING FOR ME? BROADCASTING. Past 3 years Todd Storz, WHB, Kansas EXPERIENCED MANAGER I City, KOMA, Oklahoma City. Mature AVAILABLE 14 years radio background. Seeking new Announcers Presently vice president- general manager challenge in modern radio program- ming. Top references. Proven ability. of highly successful chain. Excellent Available immediately. George Wiley, I record of ...
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475. 1961-05-01-BC-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Broadcasting Anderson, W. N. Independent Television Author- Co. Washington ity, London, England Bauer, A. J. WINK Ft. Myers, Fla. Araki, Tsuneo, Tokyo Shibaura Electric Co. Lts. Baxter, Lionel F. Storer Broadcasting Co. Miami FEATURING: Kawaski, Japan Beach . HIGHER EFFICIENCY Armstrong, George W. Storz Broadcasting Co. Beach, Ross, KAYS Hays, Kan. . IMPROVED Kansas City Beadell, Walter, Gill- Perna, Chicago REGULATION Arnold, Russ, WTHI Terre Haute, Ind. Beard, Fred, WJDX-WLBT (TV) Jackson, Miss. . ADDITIONAL Arnoux, Campbell, WTAR Norfolk, Va. Beatty ...
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476. 1961-05-01-BC-OCR-Page-0131 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . International for new class B fm station to modern version of the KICN Denver, Colo. -Seeks transfer of operate on 103.7 me in San Diego, Calif. very famous 44 -BX. It is control from Don W. Burden and Dorothy F. Comr. Bartley dissented and issued state- Ideal for every studio Storz to TV Denver Inc. Consideration $200, ment in which Chmn. Minow joined. Action use, especially live music 000. Principals are John C. Mullins (50 %) April 26. and Webb and Knapp Inc. TV Denver owns pickup. The BK -IIA is KBTV (TV) Denver. Ann ...
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477. 1961-06-12-BC-OCR-Page-0059 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... " fund raising job for Al- Robert N. Aylin. Dallas, for its outstanding contribution to public service and educational televi- sac's St. Jude Hospital project to aid KCIN Denver, Colo.: Sold by Don sion programming, through the series leukemia stricken American children. W. Burden and Dorothy F. Storz to of intercollegiate debates, Young Ameri- The station collected over $8,000 for 1'V Denver Inc. (KBTV [TV] Denver) ca Speaks, carried on WFAA -TV. the fund. Disc jockey Chuck Hamilton for $200,000 and agreement that Mr. broadcast for more than 85 consecutive Burden not compete for ...
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478. 1961-06-12-BC-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Howard, sole owner of ow and Comrs. Bartley and Ford dissented. Del Rio Bcstg. Co. to James D. Patterson Action June 1. (39 %) , Jack R. Crosby (51 %) and Julius KICN Denver, Colo. Granted transfer of control from Don W. Burden and Dorothy F. Storz to TV Denver, Inc. (KBTV ch. 9 Sadowsky Jr. (10 %) , d/b as Queen City Bcstg. Co. for $112,500. Mr. Patterson is mathematical data specialist; Mr. Crosby is 28.57% stockholder in Del Rio Tv Cable NEW CUE Denver); consideration $ ...
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479. 1961-07-17-BC-OCR-Page-0080 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - engineer and technical research director Jack S. Sampson, TV Asheville, N. C. of Radio Pulsebeat News, Jamaica, N.Y. general manager of succeeding Saul KOMA Oklahoma Rosenzweig, who re- Jerry Grove, WIBG Philadelphia news City, elected vp of signed to join KPLR- director, elected president of UPI Storz Broadcasting TV St. Louis, as vp Broadcasters of Pennsylvania. Co. owners of and general manager Audrey Caughey Tittle, radio-tv in- KOMA. He previous- Mr. Bernstein ly was sales manager (BROADCASTING, July structor at U. of Florida, appointed 10) . Mr. Bernstein served as national women's ...
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480. 1961-08-28-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... director DJ in every market. Journalism college tape on request. Box 770G, BROADCAST- available on or before September 20. First graduate, strong on news and sports. Ready ING. phone (no maintenance) , 23, draft-exempt, for bigger market, better pay. Box 780G, 7 years experience including Storz and McLendon background. Buz Baxter, 6717 BROADCASTING. Good commercial and news voice. Experi- Pre- Latta, Dallas, Texas. EVergreen 1 -6589. enced station and agency copywriter. Program-Production manager. Seek large fer quality, adult programming tape station. Negro announcer, first phone, beginner. or small ...
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481. 1961-11-13-BC-OCR-Page-0087 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... public in 1922 when named general man- assumes additional duties as station's service director, respectively, WTMA ager and chief engineer of WHB director of community affairs. Charleston, S. C. Kansas City, and remained with Hugh Scott and Margaret Doumany Richard P. Moran Jr. time salesman station until its sale to Todd Storz join promotion department of KWTV and account executive, CBS Films, joins WHEN -TV Syracuse, in similar capac- interests in 1954. WHB Broad- (IV) Oklahoma City. casting Co. was then changed to ity. KMBC Broadcasting Co. with the Terrence S. Ford, former promotion purchase of KMBC ...
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482. 1961-11-27-BC-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... PAPERT, KOENIG, LOIS .. 39 There are more ways than one to skin a cat. The FCC is going to implement its plans to trim some marginals For the second time, the FCC employs its new Sunday from the list of am stations by questioning sales involving punch, with a $10,000 fine against Storz stations' KOMA shaky finances. See. Oklahoma City for breaking restrictions of power, antenna rules. See .. FCC BIRTH CONTROL ASSIST? .. 52 FCC TO FINE KOMA $10,000 .. 60 Some program producers have been in such a hurry to carve out a piece of the television programming pie that ...
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483. 1961-11-27-BC-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... request concurrently Clara, Calf. Action Nov. 14. with proceeding in Doc. 14229 which is aimed to promote use of uhf channels. Ac- Granted petition by Broadcast Bureau and extended to Nov. 20 time to respond TRANSMITTER tion Nov. 21. to petition for reconsideration by Water - Commission addressed letter to Storz land Bcste. Corp. Fenton. Mich. which is Bcstg. Co. licensee of KOMA Oklahoma in consolidated am proceeding. Action Nov. City, Okla. in which it informed licensee 13. of apparent liability to $10.000 fine for will- Granted petition by Broadcast Bureau ful and repeated technicrl violations in- and extended to ...
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484. 1962-01-22-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... The date was January 10. The occasion, Chet Huntley Y Reported M KMTV's Television Award Dinner. The purpose, to honor an Omahan .. .. Arthur C. Storz who had performed outstanding public service. The annual Award was created in 1958 to "encourage still more effective use of Television Public Service." Ask any Petry man about KMTV's image in Omaha. He'll probably add that "absolutely nothing gets into so many Omaha -Lincoln homes as often as KMTV." KMTV AWARD BANQUET 8 BROADCASTING, January 22, 1962 ...
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485. 1962-03-26-BC-OCR-Page-0131 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Victor, New York Riddell, James G. ABC, Hollywood Sammons, Elizabeth, KSCJ, KTIV (TV) Sioux City Q Riddle, Lindsey, WDSU New Orleans Sample, Joseph S. KOOK Billings, Mont. Quaal, Ward L. WGN, Inc. Chicago Riddleberger, Stephen C. ABC, New York Sampson, Jack S. Storz Broadcasting Co. Okla. Quarton, William B. WMT Cedar Rapids, Iowa Ridgeway, Frank B. WEBR Buffalo, N. Y. City Quello, James H. WiR Detroit Rifkin, M. J. Ziv- United Artists, Inc. New York Samuels, Hartley L. Samuels Stations, Charles- Quentin, Chas. F. KRNT ...
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486. 1962-05-07-BC-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - Kansas City 9, Missouri. ground in radio, combined with some sales experience. Also, must be aggres- c ÌUIIIIII1811151111111111111I1u8111 118t146811!IIIng8119111101W81U,9t Be prepared. First class F.C.C. license in six weeks. Top quality theory and labora- sive, responsible, and with a deep de- á ROD RODDY Ex Storz- ABC-West- tory training. Elkins Radio License School sire to sell equipment. Excellent start- inghouse personality available for short of Atlanta, 1139 Spring St. N.W. Atlanta, ing salary with an attractive incentive term major market vacation engage- Georgia. 5 ments starting May I after closing in program and all travel expenses ...
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487. 1962-05-14-BC-OCR-Page-0090 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - having bought the station in 1932. ing it to KOWH. National Weekly Inc. fore a KNBC San Francisco micro- Fred Christian, an electrical engineer, bought it from Mid- Continent Broad- phone in the library of his home at put together a 5 w transmitter in his casting Co. (now Storz Radio) in 1957, Palo Alto to deliver the final address Hollywood bedroom and Sept. 10, 1920 adopting the present KMEO letters. of his 1928 campaign. His address was kickoff day for 6ADZ, predecessor KMO Format KMO Tacoma, was carried coast to coast by NBC. of KNX Los Angeles. Mr ...
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488. 1962-05-14-BC-OCR-Page-0125 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Equipment Co. owned WQAM until Electrical WPAX operated with 10 w. In 1961, WPAX was sold to Radio Thom- asville Inc. Don Price, president, and 1928, when the station was taken over is operated on 1240 kc with 250 w. by Mid -Continent Broadcasting Co. KGU Honolulu, Hawaii- Advertiser Storz Broadcasting Co. acquired the Publishing Co. began broadcasting with station in 1956. WQAM had been 100 w in May 1922. The station's using 560 kc since 1929, and 5 kw day original frequency was 940 kc, then with 1 kw night since 1941. 750 kc and now 760 kc. It operates ...
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489. 1962-05-14-BC-OCR-Page-0129 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... on the air April 15, 1922. NEWS STATION The station had 500 w. In 1929, it was assigned 860 kc. The late Charles R. Cook purchased the outlet in 1930 and it was licensed to the Cook Paint & Varnish Co. In 1948, WHB moved to 710 kc with 10 kw. Storz Broad- casting Co. bought the station in 1954. KSD St. Louis, Mo. Licensed on i March 14, 1922, to the Pulitzer Pub- NATIONAL lishing Co. KSD operated as the Post - Dispatch radio station. Initial power HEADLINER was 20 w. The station began operating early on 550 kc and ...
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490. 1962-07-02-BC-OCR-Page-0039 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... fall the FCC charged KOMA LEADS IN Director Harry Andrews by the Indiana Farm -City with the violations and proposed a ACCEPTANCE Committee, is but one of many indications that WIBC $10,000 fine (BROADCASTING, Nov. 7, is succeeding in being a truly good neighbor. Agencies 1961) . The station, owned by Storz concerned with community service have recognized Broadcasting Co. replied that its viola- WIBC countless times over many years for its civic tions were not "willful or repeated" and conscience. maintained a fine should not be im- posed (BROADCASTING, Jan. 1) . In its order reducing the fine, the Being ...
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491. 1962-07-30-BC-OCR-Page-0044 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... WDOK -AM -FM Two Miami broadcasters in- ually. dulged in a little horseplay last Howard P. Abrahams, vice presi- Cleveland, Ohio. week when WFUN, a Rounsaville dent for local sales, cited fashion shows as an area where it might be done. Larger color screens station, asked WQAM, a Storz station, to make good on an air Tie -in advertising built around a tv available from TNT offer. fashion show, he noted, can help re- Ted Clark, disc jockey of tailers to sell more goods and at the Theatre Network Television Inc. an- nounces the availability of what it calls WFUN ...
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492. 1962-12-10-BC-OCR-Page-0128 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Manager, references. Box 531R, BROADCASTING. WKJK, Box 155, Granite Falls, North Caro- Top rated good music station in southern lina. California coast market of over 200,000 has Mature, authoritative deejay who wants to opening for experienced, aggressive, stable grow with solid upstate New York station. Modern formula Storz -WLS type morning salesman. Salary plus 25% over monthly We have a new proven format for local deejay for number one pulse rated 5,000 billing of $2,000. Box 56111, BROADCAST- radio. Excellent working conditions. If watt station. Must know pop music and ING. you're ambitious and sincere about a ...
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493. 1963-01-14-BC-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -2625. Not chief capabilities yet. Box 74A, BROAD- dj- personality -plus, in another major mar- CASTING. ket, wants to come home. Dynamic air I'm a deejay with 41 years experience. I salesman & natural wit. Versatile pro. votes, Eight years experience switching, video, (Storz- Sweet) Will consider all. Box 121A, cast p ballotoforme. (Paid for byothe your ballot microwaves, maintenance, remotes, 2 years BROADCASTING. supervisor, 1st phone. Box 83A, BROAD- people for Colombo Committee) . Joe Colombo, 1325 A Peters Blvd. Bay Shore, CASTING. Ambitious ...
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494. 1963-01-21-BC-OCR-Page-0087 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , New Mexico. di- personality -plus, in another major mar- and benefits. Box 235A, BROADCASTING. ket, wants to come home. Dynamic air Radio production supervisor for WNBF salesman & natural wit. Versatile pro. Immediate opening for chief engineer at am -fm. Experienced in production, music, (Storz- Sweet) Will consider all. Box 121A, 5,000 watt am -fm station. Must be able to etc. essential. Send resume, salary require- BROADCASTING. handle all maintenance. Engineer with ments and date available to Program Di- ability to maintain and install Multiplex rector, WNBF -Radio. 50 Front ...
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495. 1963-02-25-BC-OCR-Page-0052 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... City- Bristol, Current ASCAP radio licenses expire Committee members in addition to Tenn. Now in 24 markets. Dec. 31 of this year; BMI licenses ex- Chairman Mason are George W. Arm- Bourbon Street Beat ( Warner Bros. pire March 11, 1964. In the last nego- strong, Storz Stations, vice chairman; Elliott M. Sanger, WQXR New York, Tv) : Sold to KTNT-TV Tacoma -Seat- tiations, Mr. Mason's committee won tle and WJHL -TV Johnson City -Bristol, reductions averaging about 9% in both treasurer; Robert D. Enoch, WXLW Tenn. Now in 14 markets ...
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496. 1963-11-11-BC-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) . ASCAP has been expected PAM seeks court order to push for higher rates. against USDA service All- industry committeemen at the session, held Wednesday in New York, A private news service has asked a were Chairman Mason; George W. federal court for an injunction against Armstrong, Storz Stations; Robert D. the Department of Agriculture, AT &T Enoch, wxt,W Indianapolis; Herbert E. and Secretary of Agriculture Orville Evans, Peoples Broadcasting Stations; Freeman to prevent the Agriculture De- John J. Heywood, WLw Cincinnati; J. partment from furnishing its farm mar- Allen Jensen, ...
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497. 1964-02-17-BC-OCR-Page-0132 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of promotion and community relations di- KRLD-AM -FM -TV Dallas -Fort Worth, re- Duren Check Jr. member of Nash- rector. He assumes all merchandising, ville, Tenn. bureau of UPI, appointed tired Feb. 7. He joined KRLD in 1929. public relations and promotion duties manager of news agency's Knoxville for Storz -owned station. bureau, replacing B. Lowry Bowman, INTERNATIONAL who moves to UPI staff in Washington. Harold O. Freeburg, former person- David Rogers, for- nel director of metropolitan Dade coun- mer news editor of Jerry Elliott, news director of wPTF- ty, named personnel director of Womet ...
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498. 1964-03-02-BC-OCR-Page-0050 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - negotiations with ASCAP officials duced from a total of $980,000 in (CLOSED CIRCUIT, Jan. 13) . 1957 to $630,000 under the 1959-63 The committee is composed of chair- contract. Here there was explicit agree- man Mason and George W. Armstrong a worsening of a station's ability to of the Storz stations, vice chairman; pay. Both factors are more clearcut ment on a $350,000 reduction, and a new sustaining rate was devised that Elliott M. Sanger, WQXR New York, now than five years ago, he asserted. treasurer; Robert D. Enoch, wxLW In- was expected to produce ...
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499. 1964-03-16-BC-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Milan, Italy. vention at New Hamilton hotel, Laredo. your share? April 16-FCC hearing on proposed TV program reporting form. Formerly ' April26 -May 2-Affiliated Advertis- on the Pepper Scene: ing Agencies Network conference, An- scheduled for March 12. drew Johnson hotel, Knoxville, Tenn. Graham Richards, Storz Natl. P.D. in April 16- 17-Annual meeting of Ches- April 27- Annual exchanging ideas ..Jim Storer re- apeake AP Broadcasters Association, stockholders meet- ports "Wonderful Music" ID's made ing of Wometco Enterprises Inc. Mid- for WJW wow Storer group meeting in Sheraton Belvedere hotel, Baltimore. way ...
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500. 1964-05-11-BC-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -report news, also capable of pro BROADCASTING. nedy, Fla. WRKT-AM -FM, Cocoa Beach, Fla. duction commercials. Third -Class ticket re- Are you good enough to help replace two Growing single station market has immedi- quired. Contact Program Director, WCRO, men who left us to work for the Storz ate opening for aggressive young salesman. Johnstown, Pennsylvania. chain? We need two first phones. One must Excellent station sound, facilities, fringe know his engineering and become chief. benefits. Attractive salary plus commission. Call General Manager, 614 -393 -4991, Radio WMVO, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Immediate ...
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