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501. 1959-06-15-BC-OCR-Page-0101 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Situations Wanted- (Cont'd) Situations Wanted- (Coned) Situations Wanted- (Cont'd) Announcers Announcers Production -Programming, Others 7 years experience. Family man, sell like Job with medium station; year's experience. Program manager seeks permanent employ- crazy. Standard or Storz type. Radio or tv. Operates board, news. Don Ryan, 809 Scott, ment with small or medium size station. Box 343M, BROADCASTING. Fort Frances, Ontario. Sharp revenue ideas. Captivating program- ming for adult audience. Quality shows, Want a new sound in your town and make I want to work! Well-trained all phases ...
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502. 1959-07-13-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... said to be doing so with an "open mind." efforts to organize such a group during Contributions offered by chain sta- the Second Annual Radio Programming tion operators also have been turned Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey down so far, Mr. Gavin said. If record SAG isn't rushing Convention sponsored by the Storz Sta- firms later are allowed to participate, he tions in Miami Beach. The consensus thought, it might be similar to the merger with AFTRA there was that such an organization honorary membership status which they move is premature (BROADCASTING, enjoy in the country music disc jockey The position of the Screen Actors June ...
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503. 1959-02-16-BC-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... department. ager of WHB Kansas Doner & Co. that city, as media buyer. City, promoted to sta- Networks tion operations man- WILLIAM J. COLIHAN JR. V.p. and di- ager. Mr. Loughnane rector of copy department, Young & RICHARD H. Low, since January 1956 has been with Storz Rubicam, N.Y. named executive di- assistant to business manager of net- stations (owner of rector of copy department. Mr. Colihan will also share executive responsibilities with Charles Feldman, v.p. and di- work sales, CBS -TV, named to newly- created post of director of contracts facilities and program ...
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504. 1959-06-08-BC-OCR-Page-0106 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Call, write, or wire. Pic, tape, details. Box 271M, BROADCAST- incentive assuring $10,000-$12,000 and fur- Ralph Petti, Manager. KSSS, Colorado ING. ther advancement. Need familiarity local, Springs, Colorado. national, merchandising. Prefer late twen- Topnotch, modified Storz morning man for ties. Thirties. Must be enthusiastic to work Salesman, kilowatt midwest station. Salary for abil- with resourcefulness. Excellent opportunity experienced, WTAC, The Big 5 for right man. All replies confidential. Box Station, Flint, Michigan. ity. Good newsman needed, too. Send all ...
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505. 1959-04-20-BC-OCR-Page-0020 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... San Francisco State College, San McLendon station group; NAB President Harold Francisco, Calif. Discussions by national and local E. Fellows (keynoter) three station representative figures include motivational research, editorializ- executives -John Blair, Robert Eastman and ing and panel on "What Time Buyers Look For." Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- Banquet speaker: Writer Rod Serling. nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. May 12- Wisconsin Fm Clinic, Center Bldg. U. JUNE of Wisconsin, Madison. May 13- 15- Pennsylvania Assn. of Broadcasters, June 1- 3- National microwave symposium, Pro- ...
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506. 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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507. 1959-06-22-BC-OCR-Page-0009 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ASCAP on terms for new sic License Committee, negotiating for music licenses was reached Friday stations: Chairman Robert T. Mason, Sec. 315 hill hearing afternoon in chambers of Judge Syl- vester J. Ryan of U.S. District Court WMRN Marion, Ohio; George W. Arm- still drawing blood strong, Storz Stations; Sherwood J. Tar- for Southern District of New York. Short but loud outburst between Lar low, Tarlow Stations; Emanuel Dannett, Matter had been in air since expiration (America First Daly and Sen. John counsel to committee, and William Pastore (D -R.I.) and repeated clashes of ...
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508. 1959-07-20-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... class Prefer west coast. Box 655M, BROADCAST- Versatile first phone -announcer. No main- ticket. Will work hard. Prefer north east ING. tenance. Six years radio. Capable airman, location. Will do maintenance if necessary, handle copy, programming; experienced will travel if necessary. Write to Garfield Storz -type production manager and idea news reporter. No sales. Minimum $100. Ricketts, 406 East 140th St. New York 54, man. Have top 40 -itis. Would like to swing South only, want Atlanta, Chattanooga, or N.Y. with good music station. $150 minimum, Florida. Box ...
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509. 1959-11-02-BC-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ' Broadcast House'Top broadcasters and agency executives journeyed to St. Louis for the opening of new $250,000 studio facilities One Station - for WIL, the Balaban Station. Shown above (1 to r) are John Box Jr. man- aging director of the Balaban Stations; G. W. Armstrong, vice president, Storz Stations, and Harry K. Renfro, radio -tv director, D'Arcy Adv. WCKY Does The Job of Two in Omaha, Neb. went about their Hal- disc show, winners will perform award 24 Hours a Day loween duties asking "It this the KOIL numbers, supporting Academy feeling Trick or Treat House ...
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510. 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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511. 1959-06-29-BC-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... work- LET "SAM" GET IT FOR YOU ing on sales and sales ideas with sta- Free registration- Confidential tion sales staff. He will be associated Announcers TV & Radio with one of the West Coast's most Deejay Hooper rated #1 over Radio Disk Jockeys experienced multiple station owner - TV & Radio Engineers Storz inviting all inquiries. Men with 1 -4 years experience operators, who will train him for Step up to better paying jobs. ever -increasing responsibility and Address Replies to PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENT career opportunity while he proves Greg M. Mason 4513 PEACHTREE ARCADE he can build sales volume and is ATLANTA, GA. strong management material ...
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512. 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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513. 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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514. 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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515. 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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516. 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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517. 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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518. 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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519. 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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520. 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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521. 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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522. 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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523. 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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524. 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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525. 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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526. 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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527. 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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528. 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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529. 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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530. 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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531. 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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532. 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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533. 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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534. 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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535. 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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536. 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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537. 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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538. 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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539. 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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540. 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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541. 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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542. 1959-02-23-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - Montana Radio Stations 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 Basic CBS In Rochester! June 1-3- National microwave symposium, Pro- fessional Group on Microwave Theory & Tech- CAN N I T T niques, Boston Section, Paine Hall, Harvard U. Cambridge, Mass. RADIO-TV REPRESENTATIVES: EVERETT McKINNEY, INC. ...
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543. 1959-11-16-BC-OCR-Page-0044 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... that the Long History The basic question Commission's lottery regulations were whether the FCC has the authority to In 1956, the issue flared in the ap- illegal and the 1957 U.S. Court of Ap- consider programming has had a long plication by multiple broadcaster Todd peals decision holding that a bingo - and controversial history. Storz to buy WQAM Miami, Fla. A type game was not a lottery. Actually the only programs to which sharp internal Commission controversy The lottery rules propounded by the the FCC has taken serious umbrage raged over Mr. Storz's high-pressure, FCC in the late 1940s would have has been the broadcasting of horse audience -building ...
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544. 1959-03-16-BC-OCR-Page-0022 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... CORPORATION aminer Horace Stern recommended grant to Pub- Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. Speakers will in- clude Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio executive lic Service Television Inc. (National Airlines) be vice president, and Gordon McLendon, head of revoked and allegations of ex parte representa- McLendon station group. Storz stations are spon- 488 Madison Ave. N. Y. 22 PLaza 5 -2100 tions by applicants be weighed against them in soring seminar with Bill Stewart, Kilpatrick Bldg. new comparative hearing. Docket No. 9321 et al. Omaha, Neb. as convention coordinator. 22 (DATEBOOK) BROADCASTING, March 16, ...
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545. 1959-03-02-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Chicago. May 24 -27- Associated Business Publications, annual meeting and management conference, Sky - top Lodge, Skytop, Pa. Represented by HARRINGTON, RIGHTER & PARSONS, INC. May 28- 31- Second Annual Pop Music Disc New York Chicago Detroit Boston San Francisco Atlanta Jockey Convention & Seminar under auspices of Storz Stations, Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. 16 (DATEBOOK) BROADCASTING, March 2, 1959 ...
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546. 1959-03-30-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Disc Jockey Convention, Nov. - Dec. Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. Speakers will in- 8 1958 5, 50.6 35.6 15.2 clude Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio executive Jan. - Feb. 5 19591, 44.8 30.2 14.9 vice president, and Gordon McLendon, head of McLendon station group. Storz stations are spon- soring seminar with Bill Stewart, Kilpatrick Bldg. ( *) Denotes total audience share of stations "C & D " . Station Omaha, Neb. as convention coordinator. "D " went off the air after May 8 thru 14, 1957 rating period. Denotes four week rating periods. JUNE ...
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547. 1959-01-12-BC-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... amend its am application to specify 1410 kc, 1 kw D, and application as amended is removed from hearing and returned to proc- WANTED essing line; retained in hearing am applica- tion of University Advertising Co. Highland By fast growing independent organization. A morning man and an Park, Tex. afternoon man. Storz type operation and only top men apply. All By Hearing Examiner Forest L. McClenning tapes will be personally auditioned and returned. Please send full on Dec. 29 Scheduled oral argument for Jan. 7 on information and salary requirements. petition by Russell G. Salter Inc. Dixon, Ill. Box 298H, BROADCASTING to ...
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548. 1959-12-21-BC-OCR-Page-0045 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... complaints. He said he has been offered time on WKAP WLCY Night Beat but has not accepted because ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. of the type of program, the way it is ALLENTOWN, PA. handled, and the unfair treatment given those who oppose the m.c. A spokesman for WHB, owned by Todd Storz, refused to comment on the WWNR WN AR charges last week. He said any com- BECKLEY, W. VA. NORRISTOWN, PA. ment would have to come from George "Oggie" Davies, Gen. Manager W. Armstrong, executive vice president Joe Rohall, President and general manager, and ...
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549. 1959-04-13-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and Howard Miller, WIND, Chi- respective communities. Their discussions assure cago, make up the Planning Committee for the you of a worthwhile convention. 2nd Annual International. Radio Programming and Don't miss out. Write Bill Stewart, Coordinator Pop Tune Disc Jockey Convention, May 29- 30 -31, for the sponsoring Storz Stations, 820 Kilpatrick Americana Hotel, Miami Beach. Building, Omaha 2, Nebraska. Give name, ad- dress, station or company affiliation, type of room, They met yesterday at the Palmer House in approximate rate. (Rates in hotels of Bal Har- Chicago, armed with ideas of colleagues ...
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550. 1959-05-25-BC-OCR-Page-0015 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... head of McLendon station group; NAB President Harold E. Fellows (keynoter) three station representative annual meeting, Hilton Hotel, San Antonio. June 13 -14- Louisiana- Mississippi AP Broad- uN 620 KC executives -John Blair, Robert Eastman and casters Assn. Jacksonian Motel, Jackson, Miss. Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- June 14- 17- National Industrial Advertisers Assn. Tampa nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. national convention, Fairmont and Mark Hopkins St. Petersburg Hotels, San Francisco. JUNE June 15 -16-Tv medical symposium, Naval Med- June 1-3- National microwave symposium, Pro- National Rep: ...
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551. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 98 % . Series' distributor: MCA. KNOE -TV Channel 8 C B S A B C A James A. Noe Station Represented by KOMA Oklahoma City, Okla. has revamped its programming to include modern and popular music on LP phonograph albums. KOMA is the first Monroe, Louisiana H -R Television, Inc. Storz station to program extensively Photo: Aerial View Prosperous Twin Cities of Monroe -West Monroe, Louisiana from albums. 68 (PROGRAMMING) BROADCASTING, May 18, 1959 ...
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552. 1959-02-09-BC-OCR-Page-0158 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Alpine 2-7539. Mww TELEVISION Help Wanted -Sales e`sr`seseN-"Nr` -,N e` . . SALES PROMOTION Leading tv outlet (network) in ma- jor eastern market seeking promo tion man specializing in sales pre- N 1, We've recorded the leading Radio Stations in all major markets (Storz- Bartell-McClendon-Storer-Waters- Plough, etc.) These tapes cover com- plete broadcasting days and give you the SOUND (news intros, production commercials & promos, contests, DJ styles, music, gimmicks) as employed to make them NO. 1 in their market. PLUS: An analysis of the stations For ...
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553. 1959-02-16-BC-OCR-Page-0037 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... nar luncheon Tuesday (Feb. 10) given nected with Sonotone hearing aid still are responsible, it was stressed, for in New York by the Radio Television print advertisements but not with getting the lowest possible rates for their Executives Society. any tv commercials. clients and frankly have favored local Mr. Armstrong said the Storz Sta- rates for some advertisers. BROADCASTING, February 1i, 1!5 ! (BROADCAST ADVERTISING) 37 ...
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554. 1959-10-12-BC-OCR-Page-0117 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , KCHJ, Delano. Serves 1,300,000. Experienced, fast -paced disc jockey. Crea- WSVS, Crewe, Virginia. Increasing sales staff. tive. For Ohio competitive market. Send Immediate opening for capable staff an- tape at once and complete resume. This nouncer for medium paced, fulltime sta- is a Storz- McClendon type operation. Box tion. Send details, tape, references, WTON, Top salesman for booming one station mar- 840P, BROADCASTING. Staunton, Virginia. ket in ideal California coastal location, Good guarantee to start. Contact Tom Wal- Young announcer to join staff of network WTUX, Wilmington ...
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555. 1959-01-19-BC-OCR-Page-0115 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . FRAZIER, INC. (Enclose return postage with tapes) Box 223H, BROADCASTING 1736 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Washington 7, D. C. WANTED TO BUY WANTED a Principal wants to buy station in By fast growing independent organization. A morning man and an eastern time zone. $125,000 to afternoon man. Storz type operation and only top men apply. All $200,000 gross billing. Single sta- tion market or Number 1 in 2nd tapes will be personally auditioned and returned. Please send full or 3rd station market. Present information and salary requirements. management can be retained. Im- Box 298H, BROADCASTING mediate deal ...
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556. 1959-05-11-BC-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Box 626K, BROADCASTING. Turner, Monroe, Louisiana, FA 5 -5656 El full information and photo. Box 725K, Dorado, Arkansas, UN 2 -3488. BROADCASTING. Want top sapient savvy running your sta- tion? With authenticated management his- Hawaii: Number one station in the Must 50th Attention all top Storz and McLendon type tory, here is a man available for solid op- State offers opportunity for announcer. Pro- program directors. Have immediate open- portunity regional -small markets south of ing at executive salary for right man to D.C. Box 767K, BROADCASTING. have crisp, clever top 40 style delivery.Pacific program ...
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557. 1959-10-26-BC-OCR-Page-0128 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... employ- wet nurse for the pre -shave crowd . . . The successful station is the station that shows it really cares about its image in Then maybe this will suggest a thing or I have had genuine success in program- ming an outstanding station image in one of the nation's most competitive part -owner or equity arrangement Storz or McClendon or Bartell or Star. And if, as you read this, you think I've eliminated everyone worth considering . . . pro, Situations Wanted- (Cont'd) Production -Programming, Others AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1st: Mature newsman, ending association with dominant station in major midwestern market after six years. 15 years ...
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558. 1959-04-13-BC-OCR-Page-0022 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Fla. Speakers 209,801,000 161,949,000 May 14-U. of Michigan Advertising Conference. will include Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio exec- TOTAL 1,454,400 408,100 $2,594,904,000 $1,974,439,000 Agency and advertising executives will appear as utive vice president, and Gordon McLendon, head panel leaders. Michigan advertising groups are of McLendon station group. Storz stations are cooperating. sponsoring seminar with Bill Stewart, Kilpatrick Bldg. Omaha, Neb. as convention coordinator; May 14 -15- Nebraska Broadcasters Assn. an- NAB President Harold E. Fellows; three station nual convention, Cornhusker Hotel, Lincoln. representative executives -John Blair, Robert May 16- 17- Illinois News Broadcasters ...
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559. 1959-01-19-BC-OCR-Page-0059 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... more framework in which gramming in a in west coast, are map strategy and future assembled phones) cal in- CBS, 23.9;score reads: ABC, 20.1; ABC operates. major pro- NBC, 21.7 -a ture bid to I rO, 0' , s, a$ Fon"eYy the Storz and well no at yv Vt : . iami, stride toward Y9. still an iffy closing While in the daytime the m aj o r gap. Even in the area where ABC until of specials, CBS the lost ground. "alert" this season had an off -the- recordhas gone out, with ...
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560. 1959-04-27-BC-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Miami, Fla. Speakers will include Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio exec- Represented By utive vice president; Gordon McLendon, head of H -R TELEVISION, INC. McLendon station group; NAB President Harold E. Fellows (keynoter) three station representative executives -John Blair, Robert Eastman and Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. 18 (DATEBOOK) BROADCASTING, April 27, 1959 ...
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561. Sponsor-59-Jan-OCR-Page-0153 [Sponsor Magazine]
... 1 7-JANUARY 18Se 20¢ • copy • $3 • year en hearing a lot WILL MEDIA ut the Storz Stations. we AND MARKETING ng?" BLEND? SPONSOR studies the changing media mar- keting set-up in today's agencies and what may happen in the future Page 29 Merchandise your tv star to sell your products Page 32 Tv Basics: Fall I net shows at the wl-with KOMA, Oklahoma City- WTIX, New Orleans . New 52-count1' Arca ne 1 rcsre S markets where all you have l'ulse shows \\ 'TIX first 360 out of 360 L{hours; first morning, afternoon, evening. 2,500,000 halfway ...
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562. Sponsor-59-Jan-OCR-Page-0063 [Sponsor Magazine]
... "s to senior v.p.; and Dale Mehrhoff, Appleton, Wis .. Charles Ander- latest activities: to v.p. son, Jr. named writer-producer in • John Hardesty, Y.p. ami gen- At a kick-off luncheon celebrating the affiliation of the new Ano1hcr luncheon, another place: At the second annual joint Storz station KOMA, Oklahoma City with NBC are speaker Todd pre-Christmas party sponsored by the Broadcast Advertising Cluh of Storz, president of the Storz stations; Matthew J. Culligan, execu- Chicago and Chicago Unlimited: (I to r) Paul.\lcCleur, Geoffrey tive v.p. of NBC and l\lrs ...
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563. Sponsor-59-Jun-OCR-Page-0100 [Sponsor Magazine]
... and business situation be- tween the radio st at ions and thr- IH'\\ -spapers in \liami is like. l f3\J1 2- ---:::==: k now that gu)S like Sam Elher of \\ 'CB5. Jack Sandler of the Storz stat ion. \\ '( J-\\1 . and others arc hard-working. hard-swinging gu)S . , • • • • • • • • 1 / 'DIG THISt' I hope that in the months to orne they find opportunities to hit /CRAZY! I NIELSEN SHOWS\ • WHAT'S ...
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564. Sponsor-59-Aug-OCR-Page-0001 [Sponsor Magazine]
... l-Ku-G-U5T_l_e_&•, .. A11 40c • copy • SS • y • • r 1. ERAL l'Lrii< H IOCKEFELLER PLAZA, f~£~ I': .: " , rv. WEEKLY MAGAZINE TV/RADIO ADVERTISERS USE customers have Storz Stations • A..f'lt. • • THIS IS BLUE RIBBON in their fall RADIO! First of a s i x-p a r t Storz Stations series on top-d rawer radio ad s t r a t e g y. plans .. Thi- week: Chevrolet WDG Y Minneapolis - St. Paul Page 29 WHB Kansas City shouldn't The man WTIX New Orleans behind ...
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565. Sponsor-59-Sep-OCR-Page-0261 [Sponsor Magazine]
... 2e aEPTEM • Ell 1ea • 40f • copy • sa • y-r PART ONE MAGAZINE TV/RAD ' .- HE STORZ STATIONS. AUTO MAKERS GET SET FOR A BRAWL Small cars vs. big cars brawl is on. Ad dol- lar spending may open way for new air era Page 31 Burnett's new contract for tv tape buying Page 35 " ' In and out / / "li ii II- on Madison Avenue Page 40 WOAM The STORZ Half-hour show costs holding -- MIAMI Stations today's Radio firm-Tv Basics for today's selling Page 43 . Todd Storz. President orz Station WDGY, WHB, KOMA, WQAM Home Office ...
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566. Television-1959-Jan-OCR-Page-0047 [Television Magazine]
... radio, whether held by advertisers, closely. If, for example, the station that leads the market does well in the key morning and afternoon segments, the network programmed portions of the schedule ill tend to do agencies or the medium itself. as well. One such event is the step taken by the Todd Storz Broad- Radio p r o g r a m m i n g for e v e r y taste casting Company to affiliate with a network in an important market. Storz, who has been one of the industry's outstand- Over and above the question of station versus network is ing "young Turks. ...
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567. Sponsor-59-Mar-OCR-Page-0212 [Sponsor Magazine]
... N.Y. v.p. becomes ~ says Charles Keys, General Manager dir. of the dept. for all N.Y. based accounts; Charles Campbell be- comes media dir. consumer products and supvr. of broadcast media. KOCO-TV OKLAHOMA CITY Jack Sandler, general manager of WQAM, iVIiami. has been appointed a vice president of the Storz Stations group. His associ- ation with Storz dates hack to 19 + 9, when he was salesman-sports announcer on Socko -Popeye wins again! One Popeye hour couldn't satisfy all KOWH, Omaha. After its takeover by the the sponsors for KOCO-TV so they group, Sandler worked his way up to the had toscheduleasecondone ...
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568. Sponsor-59-Aug-OCR-Page-0331 [Sponsor Magazine]
... :a • AU8UST sea 401 • 0 • 1111'• • • a year ~JI MEET MR. ZIV: r, KING OF TV FILMS Profile of the man who built an em pi re in tv THE STORZ STATIONS film syndication -.II another SPONSOR first FLlaH.r D.Cl:>TlNA"l'lON • Page 31 P. Gillette deep in radio with opera- tion earlybird Page 35 Who's who in tv nets-special list -_ \for agencymen Page 38 The Fall lineup shows (" - STORZ rise in costs and __ I/ .... Stations today's Radio for today's selling Todd Storz. President Home Office Omaha hours- ...
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569. Sponsor-59-Oct-OCR-Page-0261 [Sponsor Magazine]
... • year LY MAGAZINE USE I= I NEW TRENDS IN TV SPOT BUYS NBC Spot Sales survey sheds new light on why and how agency time- "OP.JA~ 1~w ~ T buyers select their spots 1'1' H STR(• f ~ • u< .> <1. ry;i . • STORZ~WHB Page 27 l,~ -~ • t. Pop music poll heading for a controversy oe-e • o:rs Page 32 \ z 3 4 • .111t1')9 0..£ .1 .,.,~ t~~ < ,g ~ - • lU5t • l.l~ • C3~ ...
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570. Sponsor-59-Jul-OCR-Page-0001 [Sponsor Magazine]
... s e a rc h five different gives e<lge to CH:O : o&o's. Other net- a rid flavors independent- oo u n t e r Page 27 Where there's smoke, there is sure to be radio Page 30 Why tv's quiz-panel' shows go on and on Page 36 The STORZ Will fall shows Where there's a Stations reflect public Storz Station .. today's Radio taste? -Tv Basics there's for today's selling Page 39 Todd Storz. President audience Home Office Omaha WDGY, WHB, KOMA, WQAM 2 represented by John Blair & Co. WTIX represented by Adam Young Inc. ...
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571. Sponsor-59-Jul-Basics-OCR-Page-0002 [Sponsor Magazine]
... gives edge to CH~ o&o \ . Other net. and flavors independent- c o u nt e r Page 27 (each pref erred in its market) I it_ft rz Where there's smoke, there is sure to be radio Page 30 Why tv's quiz-panel' shows go on and on Page 36 The STORZ Will fall shows Where there's a Stations reflect public Storz Station .. today's Radio taste? -Tv Basics there's for today's selling Page 39 Todd Storz. President audience Home Office Omaha WDGY, WHB, KOMA, WQAM 2 represented by John Blair & Co. WTIX represented by Adam Young Inc. ...
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572. Sponsor-59-Apr-OCR-Page-0057 [Sponsor Magazine]
... with thl' fol'! that t lu-,pot nidio Advance reservations are running heavy figu re ti\ t ra~l'd ;S :t-1.).:1 ~n iu-t IH'\\ ~pap1 r,; :312.17. Thi,. d1 dart'd_\ ,.. for the Storz Stations' Second Annual Cili,;011. conu out as a co,;l 1 • lli1 ic1wy :i1 :! t inu-s !rt ater than that of radio. Th, K.S.1: nu-din rompn ri-un r;n1 • INTERNATIONAL RADIO PROGRAMMING,;pot rudi the 111111 • ,.1 co>t-pn-1.000 ...
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573. Sponsor-59-Feb-OCR-Page-0240 [Sponsor Magazine]
... serve vertisers, the best immediate solution him effectively . to the problem for two-rate stations is There is ample justification for a the establishment of stringent qualifi. station rate differential. But there is cation policies for local or retail ad- Jl(r ~~ aJ!p and ethical reason for an vertisers. The Storz Broadcasting Co. elastiézyardstick to be used in deter- put such a plan into effect last April. mining who qualifies for which rate. Many other stations throughout the So we have two rate cards and one country have followed suit. • . rate policy which outlaws b.;:á'rgaining In essence. such a ...
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574. Sponsor-59-Jul-Basics-OCR-Page-0097 [Sponsor Magazine]
... 264 daytime ~ hours. Metro Pulse - 280 first place daytime l(i hours out of 280. one I - First a.m. afternoon, all day. 1Trendex of the First Miami Radio Station to be awarded a plaque by the Miami Opera Guild. Four consecutive annual National Safety Council Awards. 41,000 public service announcements STORZ over a 12-month period. Stations Chat with Blair .. or WQAM G. M. Jack Sandler Todd Storz, President wQAM-Serving all of Southern Florida with 5,000 watts on 560 kc. Miami Home Office: Omaha WDGY Minneapolis- St. Paul WHB Kansas City KOMA Oklahoma City WTIX New Orleans WOAM Miami JUL\ ...
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575. Sponsor-59-Oct-OCR-Page-0166 [Sponsor Magazine]
... as con- sultant in the formation of an export association. Preparedness: Against the release of Elvis Presley from the Armed Forces. Trade barriers, particularly in Ja pan, England, the Philip- Grahame Richards, programing di- pines and Canada, restrict the number of U.S. shows that can rector for The Storz Stations, has put be purchased for domestic use, or set up limitations on dollar in a bid for Elvis to rotate as a sort exchanges which make the expansion of U.S. producers into of roving disk jockey between all the Storz chain. Well, Elvis always could foreign markets very difficult. rotate. Tv ...
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576. Sponsor-59-Jul-Basics-OCR-Page-0119 [Sponsor Magazine]
... MORE THAN HALF THE FIRST PLACE PULSE QUARTER HOURS (266 of 504 quarter-hours, Monday-Sunday, 6 a.m. midnight) MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL "The 50,000 Watt Station .. with the 50,000 Watt Personalities" General Manager: C. B. Clarice, Jr. Represented by: John Blair& . Co. one of the STORZ Stations Todd Storz, President Horne Office: Omaha WDGYMinneapolis- St. Paul WHB Kansas City KOMA Oklahoma City WTIX New Orleans WQAM Miami JULY 1959.)•) ...
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577. Sponsor-59-Jul-Basics-OCR-Page-0127 [Sponsor Magazine]
... .. lrHB has dominated radio listening in Kansas City and environs. Naturally adrertisers have followed audience .. they' ve gotten results .. they' ve renewed. Do you icant to dominate Kansas City, too? Let Blair or G.iVI. George W. Armstrong fill you in. one of the • . STORZ Stations Todd Storz, President Home Office: Omaha WOGY Minneapolis- St. Paul WHB Kansas City KOMA Oklahoma City WTIX New Orleans WQAM Miami JULY 1959 67 ...
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578. Sponsor-59-Jun-OCR-Page-0087 [Sponsor Magazine]
... Leal" all ~f ' it's one national competition with he-t :3 months in hi-tory brand .. Page 31 mixed to five local tastes (each favored Fm radio: in its market) status report ne on a new boom Page 34 ,rt I~ Case history of a $15,775 tv special Page 38 The STORZ What tv tape Stations has proved in Where there's today's Radio tor today's selling its first year Storz Station .. Page 44 ere's audience for~ J: ./ , , T" '1 1d s • l'I •~ p~ ., t1 re WDGY, WHB, KOMA, WQAM, ~ 0 .e ...
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579. Sponsor-59-Jan-OCR-Page-0286 [Sponsor Magazine]
... 6 How radio/Iv can improve community relations How to cut red tape, by staying home (Gerald A. (Han que Ringgold)- 26 July p. 38 flartell)-- 29 Nov. p. 42 Blair report on local radio programing---- 26 July p. 51 Newsmaker of week: Todd Storz, pres. Storz Local rate muddle at boiling point 16 Aug. p. 27 Broadcasting _---- Co.--- 6 Dec. p. 6 The Leo Burnett air media strategy- 16 Aug. p. 29 Newsmaker of week: Lloyd E. Yoder, v.p. & gen. How will agencies ...
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580. Sponsor-59-Dec-OCR-Page-0001 [Sponsor Magazine]
... • copir • sa • ir • • r LOCAL RADIO: SHADOW OVER NEWSPAPERS Dominance of local scene has shifted tora dio in news coverage, influence in community Page 27 Musical sell heads for high C' Page 30 Must tv be spanked and KOMA LAHOMA CITY spanked and .. ? Page 32 The How to get STORZ big ideas' Stations today's Radio in radio/tv for today's selling Page 38 Todd Storz. Presider! Home 0'11ce Omaha 2 WDGY, WHB, KOMA, WQAM represented by John Blair & Co. ...
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581. Sponsor-59-Nov-OCR-Page-0181 [Sponsor Magazine]
... e 40 • • cop, • sa •,• • r ANA SPEAKS OUT ON TV OBLIGATIONS Advertisers face the tv issues squarely; reject suggestion they "get out of show business" Page 31 What a buyer wants to learn from a station Page 34 How big is radio's audience duplication? Page 36 The Daytime viewing STORZ up 200/o-Nielsen: Stations Tv Basics today's Radio Page 43 for today's selling Todd Storz, President Home Office. Omaha 2 ...
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... last month, \V'%VJ Detroit, 39, \1'\VRL Woodside, N. Y. 33, occur- ring at the end of August, \VPTF Raleigh, N. C. 35 last month, WKNE Keene, N. H. 32, and WEEI Among those present at the recent Storz' Boston, celebrating its 35th. Managers Meeting in Chicago were (standing, ln association news, John \ 'ash Sr.; left to right) G. Richards, dir. of program- WWL New Orleans, elected presi- ming: H. Dolgoff, general counsel: R. Tilton, ...
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583. Sponsor-59-Apr-OCR-Page-0077 [Sponsor Magazine]
... - keting "P in au off- can the-rer-ord interview on the state of radio today tell Page 31 AMST: what the allocations fight means to sponsors Page 36 How airtight planning can cut cost of tv tape Page 42 TV basics: more one-hour shows on today's nighttime tv lists where there's Radio for Page 45 a Storz Station today's selling Todd Storz. President 2 there's audience Home Office Omaha WDGY t\ 'HB. " 'O'Jl t' C:i ~ 8 11r ! C.:'!~t !St'':~t'd tly Jof'ln ...
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584. Sponsor-59-Feb-OCR-Page-0077 [Sponsor Magazine]
... film in- ~TIONS d~~tr) may well hit $120 million in 1959. A svo xso n r e p o r t ' Page 29 How to give radio,~1 spot a brand new prestige image Page 34 Eggheads and ostriches on Madison Ave. Page 40 the Radio licks the STORZ 2c stamp, beats Stations Todd Storz. President Home Office Omaha direct mail costs WOGY Mpls. St. Pau WH B Kansas City Page 42 KOMA Oklahoma City WTIX New Orleans WQAM Miam 2 WOGY, WHB. KOMA, WQAM ronroie:ont11ti hv .lnhn Rl::iir R. r.n ...
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585. Sponsor-59-Mar-OCR-Page-0204 [Sponsor Magazine]
... !11111111111111 lllHl!llll!l !lllll!l lllllllll!llll!llllll!!l l!llll llllllllllllll!l.11111111111' lllllllll'llllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllll!lllll!!llll!!lllllll Ill lllllllllllllllllllllllllll!llillll!lllllllllllllllllll!llM Continued from page 43 A SAMPLE OF MAJOR RADIO/TV STATION GROUPS ROLLINS BROADCASTING STORZ STATIONS KFi\fB-TV-A.\f , San Diego; \VNEP- (I tv, 7 am) -WBEE, Chicago: (5 am) -\ \ 'HB, Kansas City, i\lo.; TV, Scranton-Wilkes Barre WJWL, Ceorgctowu, Del.; \\ 'GEE ...
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586. Sponsor-59-Mar-OCR-Page-0132 [Sponsor Magazine]
... tight formulas than other groups, one w h ilc the share of local was 3.6% . which brought new programing con- reason being with tv stations carry- The smaller role played by net- cepts into radio. Groups like the ing heavy network schedules there is work o&o's in radio is primarily due Storz, Mcl.endon and Bartell stations less room in which to play around. to the greater number of radio sta- have had tremendous impact on lis- Once you get past the above basic tions and the decline of network ra- tening patterns with popular music facts about station groups, the var ie- :i ...
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587. Sponsor-59-May-OCR-Page-0174 [Sponsor Magazine]
... I by foe Csida D. j. clambake-1959 l n_\[arch nf 19. ig 011e of the hrightest and 111n"t harrl-wo rk ing' of the independent radio r-hain operators. Todd Storz and his 1 er) ca pa- id< ' crew. put together the first annual Hadio l'rogrami11g Seminar and l'•))l Vlusic Di-k Jock- ey Co111ent iou. It wa- an unquulifu-d ~UC<T ;; :: ; . Close to 2.00() jockt,y: - . as I rcr-all. went lo Kan- ~ª " Cill to attend. \nd al1110, 1e1 er ...
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588. Sponsor-59-May-OCR-Page-0178 [Sponsor Magazine]
... an~ hoth 111a11aµe111e11t and the performer-personal itv - disk j orke y may best ul il izr- it to build and hold audiences. lhis ) ear's com ent ion was planned hy a Yen a hie group of prac- ti • .al. -ucressful wurk ing jockeys, spear headed b) Bill Stewart, Storz\ luilliant national program head, and coordinator for the convent ion. On the planning committee are: Paul Berlin, l\ .: \LZ, l lou-ton ; Ira Cook, l\ ..\Il'C. lfolly1rnod; Paul Cowley, \\ KLO, Louisville ; Tom Ed1rnnls, \\ El ...
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589. Sponsor-59-May-OCR-Page-0186 [Sponsor Magazine]
... for aponaorxhip prospects of the Prcsidcutinl con- vention and election returns in 1960. CBS's package for the events in 1956 covering both tv and radio ran somewhat over $5 million. Here's a radio development that maybe worth watching: Two leading iudcpen- dc111 groupR-Storz and l\fcLendon-are making some ehanges in musjc policy. Storz' KOMA, Oklahoma City, has taken the accent off current pop releases and put it on long-playing alhums, while McLendon's KBAL (formerly KROW) , San Fran- sif'co, deserted the ranks of rock- n' roll for what the station termed "good music." Network Iv finiRlwd tlw first cp1artcr of 1hi11 ...
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590. Sponsor-59-Jul-OCR-Page-0073 [Sponsor Magazine]
... Cl-\ , \lccker, \e11 York. 1\ DAK. Columbus. Ga .. Graham Cincinnati: \\ 'LOl" , Louisville : :Ridiards, national program direc- \\ ': VIB'\1 ..\1lia111i: \\ '\ OL, \asln ille; or. Storz Broadcasting Co.. Lor- \\ 'YLD, :\ el\ Orleans and \\ 'T\IP, TV STATIONS i(• Harof'skv, assistant to the man- Tampa-St. I'etersburg I to the John ,1ger of advertising. publicity ami E. Pem-sun Co .. \\ '! {IP, ...
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591. Sponsor-59-Sep-OCR-Page-0346 [Sponsor Magazine]
... , administration Chicago and Layton Miller, in Dallas and management .. To the Katz radio sales staff: # Lewis Greist. in New York, Fred Dela- Th isa n' data: One result of a • Eleven years with a major net- hay in Los Angeles and William Fal- meeting of the Storz Stations' man- " ork in a demanding executive lon. Chicago. agers in Chicago last week was the capacity decision to establish a scholarship fund in each of their cities . . . • Seasoned in sales management, KIVA-TV, Yuma-El Centro has com- TV STATIONS pleted its new studio production fa. station ...
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... through tive, whatever- the rating, rather jockey talent that "management the trusty transistor that counts." than programs that have popularity thinks might have a potential" in value only." this direction. "Certainly the NAB Better Programs It's time tor the disc jockey to and such far- sighted leaders as Storz, Adds Dick Martin of WWL New "come of age" in asserting his au- Westinghouse, McLendon and thority in a positive way as the most NTA might benefit by supporting a Orleans, "Management's favorite de- fensive argument (for chart -pro- gramming) has been You've got to give the public ...
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593. Sponsor-59-Jun-OCR-Page-0180 [Sponsor Magazine]
... Oll reported the explosion in the home of a would-he "" \ct1rnrk v- lndepcndcnt Hadio"" was the ontroversiu l suicide, Ceorge Pratt. \Vould ) ou title of tit( ' program that opened tlu- Second Annual Di-k kindh let me know whether you re Jo( 'key Couvcntiou conducted by the Storz -t aí ions in l\liami ported the cause of the explosion was Bea( 'h {Sec a lso Sponsor Back: -tage. page 10) Joe Culligan. due lo the ga:" in the home being ig. nited liy a pilot li~ht. or hy \Ir. ...
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594. Television-1959-Jan-OCR-Page-0090 [Television Magazine]
... in \ iew of the situation in their persuasion. Findings in the sciences place greater responsibility than ever markets. And highly successful opera- which deal with human perception and on the advertiser to assess his proper- tors of independent radio will follow behavior will be applied to radio and lies and to seek efficiency. the Storz lead and become network af- will add new interest and excitement All of us must become increasingly filiates because in their markets it to the medium. critical of how and where we spend makes the best business sense. A new audience measurement serv- our money. We sincerely hope that the ice will be developed ...
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... He was \VIBG program man- executive, named manager of the San Francisco office. ager. JOHN A. HICKS promoted from the Atlanta sales staff of Clarke Brown Co. to manager of the New Orleans JACK SANi)LER, general manager of WQAM Miami, office. Fla. named a vice president of the Storz Stations. CHARLES R. CHRISTIANSON, former general man - KENNETH I. deVRiES, formerly account executive ager of KRUX Phoenix, named general manager of appointed to the sales staff of H -R Represen- tivith MRS, KRIS Bakersfield. Calif. tatives Inc. New York. \VILLiA\l E. MILLER, ...
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... bureau were tied -up. WAVE broadcast eyewitness ac- Programming: the very roots." Alan Newcomb of WBT and counts as well as the radar and The second annual Pop Music weather bureau reports. Disc Jockey Convention and Semi- Rupert Gillett, former associate editor of the Charlotte Observer, nar, sponsored by the Storz Stations Public Service: stith the cooperation of the various conduct the program. They inter- rupt the tape -recorded Radio Moscow On the theory that radio's public record companies, will he held at "newscast" at necessary intervals to service contributions arc more easily the Americana Hotel, Miami Beach, explain, refute and ...
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... - ent sales development director, assumes Mr. Harrison's position on the New York sales staff. Programming Ideas Abound The backbone of radio -programming-received most of the attention At Second D. J. Convention on the agenda of the "Second Annual International Radio Programming Seminar and Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention," sponsored by the Storz Stations. Held in Miami Beach over the Memorial Day weekend, the meeting covered a wide range of topics, such as music, records, per- sonalities, news and ratings. Two Stations Cut Spots Is this a trend? More evidence is needed to answer the question, but And Raise Their Rates WQXR ...
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598. Sponsor-59-Apr-OCR-Page-0056 [Sponsor Magazine]
... , ork. s,\ '1 1 m, sav s,\Iu • .h of 11e\1 undertakr-u withiu HAn:The local rate pruhk-m. while not tlw pa11( 'r 11hid1 i, ex( 'ha11.?:ed in huv - On the,ide of ddi11itio11. the Storz .lirectlv responsihl for the spot paperwork jungle. i,; certainly a con tril.uting factor. The question of an 3!!l'l11'\ pal'in :r full price i,; invar iahly. •\\ 'lrn"s retti11µ: it wliolesale ?. and a lot of cllt'l'kin.?: frequently ...
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599. Sponsor-59-Feb-OCR-Page-0186 [Sponsor Magazine]
... editorial on page 82. fl" Public service programing It has always been my feeling that a radio station must assume responsi- bility in furthering local, regional, JL national. and international concepts, which help make for a better commu- nity, nation and world. I In the past, some of the Storz Sta I tions have been indirectly accused of being "Top 40," and with no public WBNS RADIO service in its concept of programing. I am enclosing, for your examination, WQAM's record of public service for the year, 1958. It is a staggering COLUMBUS, ÜHIO figure, and one which few ...
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600. Sponsor-59-Feb-OCR-Page-0190 [Sponsor Magazine]
... publicity. There are three radio stations in this community: a 5,000- icatt 1\ 'BC affiliate that has been there for 25 years; a 250-u:att CBS affiliate; and a 250-watt independent that operates on a news and m uslc [ormula. (A WNEW format of pop music rather than the Storz formula of repeating the top 50) . The independent rates No. 1 in the market, with CBS No. 2, and the NBC affiliate No. 3. There JACKSON, are 2 tv stations: an NBC ult] that is affiliated with the NBC radio station and a CBS vhf. MISS. now ...
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