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... way to be- It's a great group of people. We're not to represent the brand in a big way," so employ everywhere." coming a lawyer, as I recall. I was working a very large bunch, but we have a lot of you get large logos and lots of graphics. for Storz Broadcasting, and they asked me terrific people who do good work. But when you think about using the web to transfer to Oklahoma City to program R &R : I noticed that the websites all have as a brand -distribution opportunity, you 0611:WillfiäilióffXltí,f/tlll.t1Jlflfli ` ,': - : ' their ...
01 Jan 2005  -  89k
... for programming they could get out of the sky. because of my supposed expertise in classical music and wanted me to jo to WTMI /Miami, which Third would have to be the RAB coming from roughly 1,600 or 1,700 members to 6,000." I agreed to do. I was there about a year, and Storz contacted me to go over to WOAM, which was Career disappointment "I don't think I ever had anything I would consider a No. 1 in Miami at the time. I was there about four or five years and that went to Hawaii, where I disappointment. I have never not looked forward to coming ...
01 Jan 2005  -  160k
... The Library of American Broadcasting has announced the theradiodude@hotmail.com. meadow, MA 01028. Hey, here's a 17 pioneers it will honor during its second annual dinner on Sandusky Rocker KDKB /Phoenix exchanges one Paul for novel concept: No calls, please. Sept. 15. Radio honorees include Top 40 pioneer Todd Storz; another: MD /afternoon guy Long Paul exits after a year, and WILN (Island 06)/Panama City, I Inner City Chairman Pierre (Pepe) Sutton; former ABC Paul Peterson returns to replace him. Peterson, who was FL afternoon dude/Imaging Director Radio Network President Ed McLaughlin; ...
01 Jan 2004  -  107k
... talent to do your job. You No Novelty above the din I heard two teenage are special." says. "Most of my intros and outros Station owner and programming over the years have had to do with. Shaking Hands And girls, elbows on the stage, looking Kissing Babies Call An Audible genius Todd Storz invented the Top shared experience, the stuff of life. up and screaming, Look, his knees 40 format with pros like Meyer and Stuff you can't make up. Stuff that Daniel's work off the air comple- are knocking! " "Now, under Behavior, there are stars like Daniel. In 1960 the ...
01 Jan 2003  -  85k
... ball, but the teams that are a little That person has the utmost power to Cavanah, Jimmy DeCastro, Gerry DeFrancesco, Bill Drake. John Gehron, Gordon more conservative, don't fumble on the positively or negatively brand your prod- McLendon, Tom Poleman, Steve Rivers, Chris Shebel, Jimmy Steele, Todd Storz, Jon uct. Inspire your team. Help them find fun goal line and play good defense usually Zellner and many others. in what they bring to your product." win the game." Be fun. Hire creative, comedic talent. Motivate your team. Keep the tempo high. This rule Keep ...
01 Jan 2003  -  133k
... Entercom's KALC /Denver to concentrate Humanitarian Stuff side of Pittsburgh. on his successful syndicated Country show. For now, PD BJ WOR/New York personality Joan Hamburg was the George "Bud" Armstrong, the last President of Harris slides into mornings with Greg Thunder. recipient of the Humanitarian Award at the Breast Cancer Storz Broadcasting, which pioneered the Top 40 format at Geno Michellini exits nights at ABC Classic Rocker Foundation's 10th anniversary symposium and awards lun- its stations across the nation, died Oct. 7 in Omaha. He was KLOS /Los Angeles. Midday personality Suzanne Ansilio cheon on Oct. 8. 76. moves to ...
01 Jan 2003  -  117k
... BIG DECISION In 1958 Joseph was sent to the company's New generations of PDs. As Joseph's college years came to a Orleans stations, where he came face to face with close, he had to make a decision: the two godfathers of Top 40 radio. WTIX was a GETTING STARTED broadcasting or acting. Hollinan Todd Storz station, while WNOE belonged to Joseph grew up in Youngstown. OH, a suggested radio. Joseph took his advice, Gordon McClendon. The stations were beating city of steel mills not far from Cleveland. but finding a job in his hometown was each others' brains out, as Top 40 competitors did Like ...
01 Jan 2002  -  174k
... , GM of WFIL-TV / local 250 -watter, WOLF. - Philadelphia, announced that Clark would replace "Prior to the well-known guys, McLendon and AMERICAN BANDSTAND - popular local DJ Bob Horn and become the new host of the station's afternoon dance show Bandstand. In his book Dick Clark's American Bandstand, Clark tells of Storz," Clark says, "there was a guy named Sherm Marshall who hired kids from the college at a dollar an hour." Clark did a country show called The WOLF On Aug. 5, 1957, Bandstand went national. "We got a seven -week trial," says Clark. Within four ...
01 Jan 2002  -  190k
509. BC-2002-11-11-OCR-Page-0071 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ROB : NS DINAH SHORE LOWELL PAXSON BRIAN ROBERT FRANK SMITH EDWARD PETRY COKIE ROBERT BILL SMULLIN REGIS PHILBIN RALPH ROBERT AARON SPELLING IRNA PHILLIPS GENE RODDEN : ERRY LESLEY STAHL ROBERT W. PITTMAN ROBERT ROSEN RANS SUSAN STAMBERG FRANCES PRESTON ELTON RULE FRANK STANTON LOWELL PUTNAM RICHARD S. SA ANT GEORGE STORER WARD QUAAL LUCIE SALHANY TODD STORZ JAMES H. QUELLO DAVID SARNOFF HOWARD STRINGER DAN RATHER DIANE SAWYER ED SULLIVAN GILDA RADNER BOB SCHIEFFE' DAVID SUSSKIND GENE RAYBURN HERBERT S. SC LOSSER SOL TAISHOFF RONALD REAGAN ROD SERLING BRANDON TARTIKOFF 49 ...
01 Jan 2002  -  23k
... that's been passed down to us, it's where they on a hot summer afternoon?" he asked, but by 1952 the expect anyone to win. Surprise! figured it all out. team owners had had enough. It didn't matter that there At the time it was the most money a radio station had Todd Storz, the owner of KOWH / Omaha, and Bill were sponsors and fans. They didn't care twat McLen- ever given away. Some Dallas lawns and gardens were Stewart, his PD, were having a few pops when they don's standalone station, early in syndication, had the worse for it, and concerned ...
01 Jan 2001  -  184k
... Meyer's great talents was that she AM, hired Meyer as a continuity writer. She was also seriously. "marshaled groups of extremely talented and diverse allowed to pick music for the station. "The talent thought of me as a Dotty Dippy' and people and aimed them in the same direction, like a Todd Storz, one of the fathers of Top 40, was in his humored me by doing what I told them to do," she ball team." 20s then. When he came to Kansas City to run the says. One of the things she told them was that they Warren explains that WHN was a ...
01 Jan 2001  -  160k
... . "We've lost Tomorrow? (Remember, he was a co-founder of SMN years and had already worked for Gordon McLendon. 50% of our ratings and 50% of our revenue," said and has a sense about these things.) "Satellite and He was about to come face to face with Todd Storz, the Sherman. "We don't understand." Internet radio are not going away," he says, "and other father of Top 40. Burkhart flew to Atlanta, parked himself at the old within 10 years, buffering won't be an issue." TO ROCK N' ROLL OR NOT? Believe ...
01 Jan 2001  -  128k
... accolades and a little attention." intended, the word means history. THE GOLDEN ME Others have called and e-mailed, suggesting names The Golden Age of Radio began on Nov. 4, 1920, and stories that I ought to look into: McLendon and WHAT S GOING ON when KDKA /Pittsburgh first broadcast presidential Storz, Sklar and Blore and Draper. Buzz Bennett and The idea for this column came about when R&R election returns. It ended in the late 40s, when the Jack McCoy and John Rook. Color Radio, Boss Radio, Publisher /CEO Erica Farber told me about the radio networks cast their lot ...
01 Jan 2001  -  180k
... started to be more couple hundred bucks to go to a Boy Tail between his legs, Rose headed Don Rosenberg on the air and less Dr. Don Rose." Scout National Jamboree in Valley Forge, home to Nebraska. His heart was set on PA. The local newspaper held a contest, working for Todd Storz in Omaha. Bill THE SAN FRANCISCO TREAT which Rosenberg won. He would report on the Jamboree for the paper. Not to be outdone, the local radio station jumped Dr. Don Rose Stewart, Storz's right hand, told him he wasn't ready but helped him find work at KRNY/Kearney, NE. ...
01 Jan 2001  -  142k
... to voice work, cartoons, television and under heavy medication, he could spring out and the show apologizing for his technical mistakes. But he and movies. hurt you." got better. Quickly. In fact, he was a natural, which It did. The woman turned and ran. explains why Todd Storz and Bill Stewart, across town Step back and look at his career: top 40 pioneer; voice "Gary's quick and has a very imaginative mind," at KOWH, conspired to get him out of town. of the television networks; thousands of commercials; says Winters. "We're always doing crazy things ...
01 Jan 2001  -  145k
... in point: the size of the playlist. ask for help with a car -dealer promotion. Blore, new acquisition, KTSA /San Antonio, to offer Blore a "As soon as I was no longer under the McLendon however, had a better idea. yoke," Blore says, "I stole Todd Storzs music format, job. Blore, truth be told, was in no hurry to leave Tucson, so he played hard to get over the money, but when Keyes offered him $87.50 a week, Blore caved. and the playlist got very short, very quickly." With a smaller playlist, KELP ...
01 Jan 2001  -  151k
... Manager, all of his experience and talent came together. ambition was about money: Big Spring to Galveston for Dunaway. "It was silly. I'd been with McLendon, Jack "His enthusiasm for the administrative and sales side a 15 -cent raise, off to Freeport for a quarter more, and had been with Storz, and we knew the magic number was really as good as his programming capabilities, and then, "KXOL in Ft. Worth called and offered me $80 a was 40! We did go up 250% in one book, but the station you very rarely find that," he explains. -a ...
01 Jan 2001  -  181k
... that makes consumers feel like they are in control. In the New Entertainment Economy consumer Those were the talented individuals who figured out and innovate." connection and consumer control are the keys. If ways to package entertainment to reach bigger consumers feel they have those things, they are much audiences. Gordon McClendon and Todd Storz more likely to pay to participate in a fair, negotiated created Top 40 radio. Barry Diller invented the Movie deal with the entertainment providers. If they feel of the Week. Someone created the first greatest -hits negotiating a price per chapter. His first attempt, with bullied by old-economy providers, they will use ...
01 Jan 2001  -  89k
519. BC-2000-11-13-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... /< rll Honor Roll of the Fifth Estate Robert Kintner Charles Osgood Frank Smith John Kluge William S. Paley Bill Smullin Kay Koplovitz Dennis Patrick Aaron Spelling Ernie Kovacs Jane Pauley Lesley Stahl Charles Kuralt Edward Petry Susan Starnberg Brian Lamb Regis Philbin Frank Stanton Michael Landon Irna Phillips George Storer Geraldine Laybourne Robert W. Pittman Todd Storz Norman Lear Frances W. Preston Howard Stringer Terry Lee Ward Quaal Ed Sullivan Bill Leonard James Quello David Susskind Sheldon Leonard Gilda Radner Sol Taishoff Gerald Levin Dan Rather Brandon Tartikoff Fulton Lewis Jr. Gene Rayburn Danny Thomas Shari Lewis Ronald Reagan Lowell Thomas Phillips H. Lord Sumner Redstone Marlo Thomas Peter Lund J. Leonard ...
01 Jan 2000  -  32k
... I II i i i 1 i i ii i i r RIDE THE WOVE OF CHARGE Clear Channel President Randy Michaels insists the conic., The thought that some asshole with two turntables and a couple of cowbells playing records would that your success or failure in radio depends on get higher ratings was unbelievable to them. When Todd Storz took KOWH/Omaha to a 60 share, it was 500 watts your attitude in daytime only. His second station, TIXINew Orleans, achieved a 70 share with 250 watts on 1450. KLIF in What's the one thing that will guarantee asleep in school on Monday, because back in the 60s Dallas was a ...
01 Jan 1999  -  211k
521. BC-1999-11-08-OCR-Page-0072 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Estate David E. Kelley Akio Morita Dinah Shore Larry King Bruce Morrow Frank Smith Michael King Tom Murphy Bill Smullin Roger King Edward R. Murrow Aaron Spelling Robert Kintner Agnes Nixon Lesley Stahl John Kluge William S. Paley Susan Starnberg Kay Koplovitz Dennis Patrick Frank Stanton Ernie Kovacs Jane Pauley George Storer Charles Kuralt Edward Petry Todd Storz Brian Lamb Irna Phillips Howard Stringer Michael Landon Robert W. Pittman Ed Sullivan Geraldine Laybourne Frances W. Preston David Suskind Norman Lear Ward Quaal Sol Taishoff James Quello Terry Lee Brandon Tartikoff Gilda Radner Bill Leonard Danny Thomas Dan Rather Sheldon Leonard Lowell Thomas Ronald Reagan Gerald Levin Marlo Thomas Sumner Redstone Fulton Lewis Jr. Grant ...
01 Jan 1999  -  18k
522. BC-1999-12-20-OCR-Page-0048 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ranging from Death of a from landline to satellite Salesman to the miniseries transmission and teaming Eleanor & Franklin. As a with HBO to change the face performer, he was host of of cable distribution and help his own talk show, Open pave the way for the satellite End, for three decades. revolution. Todd Storz is the Among radio's first rank father of Top 40 radio. In of newsmen, Lowell the 1940s, he got the idea Thomas made his first of programming a station radio news broadcast in 1925 with only the top songs, over the nation's first station, having heard the same KDKA(AM) Pittsburgh. ...
01 Jan 1999  -  125k
... earlier, returns to roll" 1952 "Rock The Boat" by the Hues Corporation, considered by the New York City airwaves with a Dance format. It rock- many the first disco record, dances its way to the top of the ets to the top in 120 days and decimates Z100, which In Omaha,Todd Storz notices that patrons are playing the charts. Disco rises sharply in popularity over the next few swings back from its Alternative- leaning direction to com- same songs over and over on the jukebox. Thinking this years. Some Top 40 stations largely abandon their formats pete as a true Top 40 station. might be ...
01 Jan 1998  -  157k
524. BC-1998-11-09-OCR-Page-0085 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Honor Roll of the Fifth Estate Gordor, McLendon Dinah Shore Akio Morita Frank Smith Bruce Morrow Bill Smullin Tom Murphy Aaron Spelling Edward R. Morrow Lesley Stahl Agnes Nixon Susan Starnberg William S. Paley Frank Stanton Dennis Patrick George Storer Jane Pauley Todd Storz Edward Petry Howard Stringer Irna Phillips Ed Sullivan Ward Quaal Sol Taishoff James Quello Brandon Tartikoff Gilda Radner Danny Thomas Dan Rather Lowell Thomas Ronald Reagan Marlo Thomas Sumner Redstone Grant Tinker J. Leonard Reinsch Ted Turner John Rigas Mike Wallace Brian Roberts John Walson Ralph Roberts Barbara Walters Gene Roddenberry Pat Weaver Robert Rosencrans Lawrence Welk Elton Rule Orson Welles Dick Salant Tom Werner Lucie Salhany Paul White David Sarnoff ...
01 Jan 1998  -  76k
525. BC-1997-11-17-OCR-Page-0045 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... King Edward R. Murrow Lesley Stahl Roue Arledge Dick Clark Leonard Goldenson Michael King William S. Paley Susan Starnb erg Earle C. Anthony Imogene Coca Peter Goldmark Roger King Dennis Patrick Frank Stanton Edwin Armstrong Fred Coe Mark Goodson Robert Edward Petry George Storer `Kintner Gene Autry Frank Conrad Mery Griffin John Kluge Ima Phillips Todd Storz ;Merlin Aylesworth William Conrad Ralph Guild Kay Koplowitz Ward Quaal I loward Stringer Lucille Ball Joan Ganz Cixrney Jack I larris Ernie Kovacs James Quello Ed Sullivan Red Barher Don Cornelius Mary Hart Brian Lamb Gilda Ratiner Sol Taisho{{ Julius Barnathan Howard Cosell Paul Harvey Michael Landon Dan Rather f Brandon Tartikoff Ralph Barich Walter Cronkite ...
01 Jan 1997  -  91k
526. BC-1997-11-10-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... John Blair Gary David Goldberg Gerald Levin Bill Smullin Martin Block Leonard Goldenson Fulton Lewis Jr. Aaron Spelling Steven Bochco Peter Goldmark Phillips H. Lord Lesley Stahl David Brinkley Mark Goodson Peter Lund Susan Starnberg Tom Brokaw Mery Griffin Robert Magness Frank Stanton Dean Burch Ralph Guild John Malone George Storer Dan Burke Jack Harris Guglielmo Marconi Todd Storz George Burns Mary Hart Garry Marshall Howard Stringer Raymond Burr Paul Harvey Al Masini Ed Sullivan Sid Caesar Carl Haverlin Lowry Mays Sol Taishoff Louis G. Caldwell John Hendricks Don McGannon Brandon Tartikoff Marcy Carsey Ragan Henry Gordon McLendon Danny Thomas Johnny Carson Jim Henson Akio Morita Lowell Thomas John Chancellor Don Hewitt Bruce Morrow Marlo Thomas Dick ...
01 Jan 1997  -  22k
527. BC-1996-11-11-OCR-Page-0101 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Burch Chet Huntley Lucie Salhany George Burns Robert Hyland David Sarnoff Marcy Carsey H.V. Kaltenborn Rod Setting Johnny Carson Mel Karmazin Eric Sevareid Dick Clark Gene Katz Frank Smith Frank Conrad Larry King Aaron Spelling Joan Ganz Cooney Roger King Lesley Stahl Howard Cosell Robert Kintner Frank Stanton Walter Cronkite John Kluge George Storer Bing Crosby Kay Koplovitz Todd Storz Bill Daniels Ernie Kovacs Howard Stringer Lee De Forest Brian Lamb Ed Sullivan Barry Diller Norman Lear Sol Taishoff Charles Dolan Bill Leonard Lowell Thomas Phil Donahue Gerald Levin Grant Tinker Jim Dowdle Fulton Lewis Jr. Ted Turner Hugh Downs Phillips H. Lord John Walson Allen Du Mont Robert Magness Barbara Walters John Fetzer John Malone Pat ...
01 Jan 1996  -  18k
528. BC-1996-11-18-OCR-Page-0032 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Jones Eric Sevareid Marcy Carsey H. V. Kaltenborn Dinah Shore Johnny Carson Mel Karmazin Frank Smith Dick Clark Gene Katz Bill Smullin Imogene Coca Larry King Aaron Spelling Fred Coe Michael King Lesley Stahl Frank Conrad Roger King Susan Stamberg loan Ganz Cooney Robert Kintner Frank Stanton Don Cornelius John Kluge George Storer Howard Cosell Kay Koplovitz Todd Storz Walter Cronkite Ernie Kovacs Howard Stringer Bing Crosby Brian Lamb Ed Sullivan Bill Daniels Michael Landon Sol Taishoff Lee De Forest Geraldine Laybourne Lowell Thomas John DeWitt Norman Lear Grant Tinker Barry Diller Bill Leonard Ted Turner Charles Dolan Gerald Levin John Walson BOB WRIGHT, NBC president, said, "I don't know whether this Phil Donahue ...
01 Jan 1996  -  74k
529. BC-1995-11-06-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Caldwell Robert Hyland Diane Sawyer Johnny Carson Glenn Jones Rod Sealing Dick Clark H.V. Kaltenborn Eric Sevareid Fred Coe Gene Katz Frank Smith Frank Conrad Larry King Aaron Spelling Joan Ganz Cooney Michael King Lesley Stahl Walter Cronkite Roger King Susan Starnberg Bing Crosby John Kluge Frank Stanton Bill Daniels Kay Koplovitz George Storer Barry Diller Ernie Kovacs Todd Storz Charles Dolan Brian Lamb Ed Sullivan Phil Donahue Michael Landon Sol Taishoff Jim Dowdle Norman Lear Lowell Thomas Allen Du Mont Gerald Levin Grant Tinker Jimmy Durante Fulton Lewis Jr. Ted Turner John Fetzer Robert Magness John Walson Joe Flaherty John Malone Barbara Walters Lee De Forest Guglielmo Marconi Pat Weaver Michael Fuchs Garry Marshall Orson Welles John ...
01 Jan 1995  -  38k
530. BC-1993-10-18-Page-0029 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Bell Atlantic, Aaron Spelling Howard Stringer of CBS and Robert Wright of NBC. They'll be on from 2:30 to 4:45. Lesley Stahl V The last word will come from Larry Irving, administrator of the Frank Stanton National Telecommunications & Information Administration, from 4:45 to 5. George Storer Todd Storz f v rf jgj Interface 7/Hall of Fame Registration Form Ed Sullivan Sol Taishoff T a b l e rates for the Hall of F a m e d i n n e r are three-tiered: $7,000, $ 5 , 5 0 0 a n d $4,000. Individual tickets are $425 ...
01 Jan 1993  -  133k
531. BC-1992-07-06-OCR-Page-0067 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... cutting-edge Corp. York, Pa.; b. Nov. 4, 1929, St. an aggressive, enter- Paul, Minn.; BBA, University of Top 40 format. Top 40 station prising sales staff Minnesota, 1950; salesman, WMIN(AM) , Like many other broadcasters of his owned by Storz Minneapolis -St. Paul, 1950; drives a station. generation, Carlson's love affair with Broadcasting, that salesman, KSTP(AM) , St. Paul, 1953; "We honor great radio began at a young age. As a boy Carlson established salesman, KEYa -TV St. Paul, 1954; ...
01 Jan 1992  -  42k
532. BC-1991-Anniversary-60th-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the Nation- ton's imprint, as does the design of the CBS eye. Seven al Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters' years after retiring from CBS in 1973, the CBS President new television department. He died in 1975, a few days Emeritus founded the Center for Communications. before his 76th birthday. TODD STORZ LOWELL THOMAS "/ t became necessary to find a "It was clear before midnight that formula that would succeed in spite Harding was the overwhelming of television and network radio. winner; it took somewhat longer The formula found was one that for Americans to realize why the succeeded because of network broadcast was more important ...
01 Jan 1991  -  44k
533. BC-1991-Anniversary-60th-OCR-Page-0029 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... doom was foretold from all corners of the radio industry. Radio would fold its tent and disappear, according to prevailing wisdom. Arguably the first television performer, Felix the Cat takes a spin on a turntable in this 1930 NBC TV test. It would be a decade-plus before he would have much company. Enter Todd Storz. Television's rising tide did not dis- courage the KOWH(AM) Omaha general By Steve McClellan find its own voice and picture. manager, who recognized the same con- and John Eggerton That time was not accorded The Du- cept that Your Hit Parade producers un Mont Television Network, however, derstood ...
01 Jan 1991  -  93k
534. BC-1991-03-18-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... radio in the 1950's. Most R people were saying eulogies for the medium that had been left for dead by television. But Dick saw radio coming back, and sooner than most people imagined. He ambled on. Awhile as part -owner of a small station group in the midwest and southwest. A few years with Storz Broadcasting and the legendary Todd Storz. It was during this time that radio was reinventing itself, becoming a wholly new, distinctly local medium. Dick lived the rebirth and transformation. And helped make it so. More Harris children were arriving (there'd even- tually be Randy and Cindy, Brian, Kenny and ...
01 Jan 1991  -  57k
535. BC-1991-Anniversary-60th-OCR-Page-0037 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... BERLE JACK HARRIS WARD QUAAL JAMES BLACKBURN SR RAGAN HENRY RONALD REAGAN JOHN BLAIR BOB HOPE J. LEONARD REINSCH DAVID BRINKLEY AMOS HOSTETTER ROBERT ROSENCRANS GEORGE BURNS STANLEY E. HUBBARD DAVID SARNOFF JOHNNY CARSON STANLEY S. HUBBARD AARON SPELLING FRANK CONRAD GENE KATZ FRANK STANTON JOAN GANZ COONEY JOHN KLUGE GEORGE STORER WALTER CRONKITE BRIAN LAMB TODD STORZ BILL DANIELS NORMAN LEAR LOWELL THOMAS LEE DE FOREST GERALD LEVIN GRANT TINKER BARRY DILLER JOHN MALONE TED TURNER CHARLES DOLAN AL MASINI PAT WEAVER ALLEN DuMONT DON McGANNON FREDERIC ZW These sixty men and women were chosen by the editors of BROADCASTING for their lifetime contributions to the Fifth Estate. They are the first to be named ...
01 Jan 1991  -  30k
536. BC-1990-04-02-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Greenlawn, N.Y. 11740 1318 Commerce Ave. Woodland, Calif 95695 trol EMI /RFI shielded enclosures; packaged Staff: Robert Snider; John Zammett; Peter Mor- Staff: Debbie Baker; Bill Barkley; John Canevari; blowers. rone; James McAward. Products: ProDisk -464 Leo Fell; Ray Shurtz; Debbie Storz; John Sullivan. Emergency Alert Receiver 6442 hard disk based multi -track digital audio Products: Rebuilt power transmitting tubes and P.O. Box 20629, New York 10025 -1515 recording /editing system; accessories for ProDisk klystrons. Staff: Jack Bergman; George Ipolyi. Products: !ine Ediflex.Cinedco 1726 Tone alert EBS receivers ...
01 Jan 1990  -  48k
537. BC-1990-03-26-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Products: Modu- 1318 Commerce Ave. Woodland, Calif 95695 116 Chestnut St. P.O. Box 870, Red Bank, N.J. lar electronic enclosure systems; console configu- Staff: Debbie Baker; Bill Barkley; John Canevari; 07701-0870 rations; computer support furniture; emission con - Leo Fell; Ray Shuriz; Debbie Storz; John Sullivan. Staff: Thomas McNicholas; Mark Rubín. Prod- trol EMI/RFI shielded enclosures; packaged Products: Rebuilt power transmitting tubes and ucts: Dry, forced air cooled FM dummy loads; RF blowers. klystrons. calorimeters, wattmeters and attenuators. Emergency Alert Receiver 6442 Ediflex/Cinedco 1726 ...
01 Jan 1990  -  57k
538. BC-1989-05-01-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Cliff Rogers; John Abd - 25 West 45th St. New York 10036 Staff: Debbie Baker; Jean Baker; Bill Barkley; nour; Tom Cauthers; Dave Hultsman; Billy Emery; John Canevari; Sue Dela Torres; David Elliott: Leo DI -Tech Inc. 3716 Fell; Steve McAnelly; Ray Shurtz; Debbie Storz. Barry Ariaz. 48 Jefryn Blvd. Deer Park, N.Y. 11729 Control Concepts Corp. 3902 Editron USA 7632 Staff: Anthony Bulletin; George Petrilak; Dan Ma- 748 N. Seward St. Hollywood, Calif 90038 P.O. Box 1380, Binghamton, N.Y. 13902 zur; Joseph Perullo; Pete Edstrom. ...
01 Jan 1989  -  103k
539. BC-1989-04-24-OCR-Page-0082 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... : Debbie Baker; Jean Baker; Bill Barkley; ExpressData, EasyData and *EasyData 9600 im- Products: TV marketing campaigns for radio sta- John Canevari; Sue Dela Torres; David Elliott; Leo age, graphics and data dial -up service; frontend tions. Fell; Steve McAnelly; Ray Shurtz; Debbie Storz. meteorological work station. Products: Rebuilt power transmitting tubes; re- FirstCom Broadcast Services 1008, 1010 ESE 3907, 3908 13747 Montford Dr. #220, Dallas 75240 built reflex klystrons. 142 Sierra St. El Segundo, Calif. 90254 Editron USA 7632 Staff: Jim Long; Cecelia Garr; Bob Jenkins; ...
01 Jan 1989  -  89k
540. BC-1989-09-11-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Staff: Mark Fine; Stuart Hellman; Kathy Sullivan; Econco 251 NewsDesk computer software program; AP News - Monte Jones; Candy Helgerson; Jim Oehler; 1318 Commerce Ave. Woodland, Calif. 95695 Power; APTV; AP Network News. Steve Szadokierski. Product: Columbine /News Staff: David Elliott; Debbie Storz. Product: Re- Audience Research 8 Development 451 Management. built power transmitting tubes; rebuilt low wattage 8700 Simmons, #415, Dallas 75247 Comprompter 838 klystrons Staff: Mark Aldren; Ed Bewley; Doug Clemensen; 141 South Sixth St. La Crosse, Wis. 54601 E-N-G Mobile Systems 117 Sandra Connell; ...
01 Jan 1989  -  95k
541. BC-1988-01-04-OCR-Page-0138 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Dolgoff, 62, owner -operator of 3 years $190 2 years $135 1 year $70 6 mos. $35 Florida radio stations, died Dec. 19 at Boca Raton, Fla. hospital of apparent heart at- (International subscribers add $20 per year) tack. Dolgoff began his broadcasting career with Storz Broadcasting where he eventual- Broadcasting L1 Cablecasting Yearbook 1987 ly became VP-general counsel. In 1966 he The complete guide to radio, TV, cable and satellite facts and figures-$105. became manager of Storz's WQAM(AM) Mi- (if payment with order $90) Billable orders must be accompanied ...
01 Jan 1988  -  57k
542. BC-1988-04-11-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 2460, 2461 Fidelipac 515 Canevari; Barbara Hess; Steve McAnel- Box 1216, Enterprise, Ala. 36331 Box 808, Moorestown, N.J. 08057 ly; Larry Morris; Ray Shurtz; John Sulli- Statt: Gene Rubin; Rick Braswell: Nc Staff: Art Constantine; Jack Ducart; van; Debbie Storz; David Elliott. Braswell; Ted Simmons. Joanne Donahue; Rosemary Jukes; Bill Editron USA 5327 Enterprise Systems Group 4020, 4021 Franklin; Fred Buehler; Roger 748 N. Seward St. Hollywood, Calif. 2790 N. Academy Blvd. #210, Colorado Thanhauser. 90038 Springs 80917 Field Engineering 1019 EECO Inc ...
01 Jan 1988  -  74k
543. BC-1988-04-04-OCR-Page-0079 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - Box 27.5, Rheem Valley, Calif. 94.570 don NW10 7RH, England vari; Barbara Hess; Steve McAnelly; SoundStation II digital audio recorder Broadcast systems design; 3900 series Larry Morris; Ray Shurtz; John Sullivan; and production center. Staff: Kevin Dau- routing switches; 2600, 3600 distribution Debbie Storz; David Elliott. phinee; Jeff Bloom; Guy McNally; Jer- amplifiers. Staff: James Redmond; Dave Craddock; Steve Edmunds; David Bow- Editron USA 5327 emy Bancroft. 748 N. Seward St. Hollywood, Calif. er; Denis O'Connor. Digital Creations Corp. 5929 90038 50Wernran Crt. Plainview ...
01 Jan 1988  -  56k
... only in vention Committee. His son, Barry "Edens has failed overwhelmingly to Laguna Niguel, CA. President Ed- areas "the public normally would not Umansky, is NAB Deputy General demonstrate that there are no other . t die Fritts said, "With the number of media outlets increasing, radio McLendon, Storz, Trout have access to." Counsel. NAB Chairman Ted Snider said suitable non -shortspaced sites availa- ble." The new site would be short- must compete more effectively for Top 40 radio pioneers Gordon Gary, IN Down To One Umansky "has devoted more than 40 spaced to a new station about ...
01 Jan 1987  -  172k
... AOR WBCN /Boston VP /GM Tony previous responsibilities. THREE PIONEERS TO RADIO Berardini will assume manage- In a joint statement, Chrysal- HALL OF FAME CBS To Cut ment responsibilities at co-own- ed Infinity outlet KROQ/Los is Chairman Chris Wright and President Jack Craigo said, Radio innovators Gordon McLendon, Todd Storz, and Robert Trout will be Back AOR Angeles while continuing to run WBCN. At KROQ he replaces T. "We are really excited about Daniel's positive decision to inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame at the NAB's spring convention. 12" Service Patrick Welsh, a longtime asso- ciate of previous owner Ken ...
01 Jan 1987  -  188k
546. 1987-03-30-RTVA-OCR-Page-0016 [TV Radio Age]
... o j e c t s " system, such as cassettes. "I wouldn't Gordon McLendon and R o b e r t T o d d and F M X , the n o i s e - r e d u c t i o n syslom buy a $2-3,000 set and then get my Storz, both of whom were instrumental developed lor stereo FM. T h e noise-re- programming at a video store. I'd want in developing t h e t o p 40 format. d u c t i o n system, invented by E m i l T o r - it over t h e ...
01 Jan 1987  -  149k
547. BC-1987-04-06-OCR-Page-0090 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... successful AM radio stations, news never the Bank of New England, which, since said. left," Farley said. 1981, has totaled over $700 million in its During Hall of Fame induction ceremo- The NBC executive, however, acknowl- broadcast lending portfolio. nies, the children of McLendon and Storz edged there are stations that have fired entire Man en said she tries to project when the received plaques honoring the two execu- news departments. The problem, said Far- station that is seeking a loan will reach its tives who were both instrumental in the cre- ley, is that "somehow, news ...
01 Jan 1987  -  56k
548. BC-1987-03-02-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -only when it switched to full time shortly after the survey period began. Additionally, Arbitron said Bonneville In- uri. I A First ternational Corp. has signed a new, five - year agreement with the ratings service for For The all 12 of its radio properties in eight markets. Industry Trout, McLendon, Storz to Hall of Fame Long -time broadcast journalist Robert 70,000 watts FM Trout, who is a special correspondent for ABC News, and the late Gordon McLendon and Robert Todd Storz, radio program ex- ecutives who are credited with the develop- ment of the top 40 format, have been named Continental's new 817R -5 ...
01 Jan 1987  -  77k
549. 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
550. 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 ...
01 Jan 1987  -  52k
551. BC-1987-03-30-OCR-Page-0090 [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, KSDK -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 VVbrkers Local Union 45; John Hall, ative spots by Ann Winn and Garrett Brown. American Federation of Television and ...
01 Jan 1987  -  72k
552. BC-1987-03-09-OCR-Page-0063 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... They'll be involved in nu- Mike DeWine (R -Ohio) and Romano Maz- Monday afternoon. Radio holds its luncheon Monday with keynoter Marshall Loeb, commentator and managing editor of Fortune Magazine. Also "25 YEARS EXPERIENCE GOES INTO EVERY SALE" EAST during lunch, Gordon McLendon, Robert 500 East 77th Street Todd Storz (both posthumously) and Robert Suite 1909 Trout will be inducted into the Radio Hall of New York NY 10021 Fame. Highlights of Monday's radio agenda include an overview on obscenity, indecen- cy, libel, and other issues that radio news, talk and personality shows face. A session (212) 288-0737 ...
01 Jan 1987  -  72k
... AIR PERSONALITIES DAN O'DAY The Babe Ruth Of Radio Most of us are familiar with Gary Owens's credits: pretty good because I did beat to make it succinct, make it hap- the voice of tens of thousands of radio and television com- Todd Storz in the morning. That pen - but also make it funny. mercials and animated cartoons, the Emmy he won for his was at the very beginning of rock & That's what they stressed. And Mc- roll, and it was very competitive. I Lendon always told me, "You contributions to "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In," his remember at the Christmas party ...
01 Jan 1986  -  162k
... - originating it but having devel- Bart went on to recall some Continued from Page 1 - denly disbanded in 1952 mak- oped it into a more modern day personal facts about his father: have the insatiable desire to achieve. He was unusual in that ing it the largest radio network version." Sadly, Storz did not KILT /Houston, KTSA /San An- "The most enjoyable times of he wasn't driven by money or up to that time. live long enough to see the full tonio, WAKY /Louisville, his life were spent behind the ego, but by the ability to create. Calling, himself ...
01 Jan 1986  -  184k
... the place ed songs in a row, with absolutely Street on Derby Day, the together by operators who were Broadway musical that was based of these listeners and imagining no commercial interruptions. station that remembers it both radio people and showmen. on statistical research alone? Even the typical listener situation that is Ever. Todd Storz, Gordon McLendon, the records played on the radio are really going on out there, program- There must be a more effective is in show business Chuck Blore, and others designed fusions of artistic efforts and mers can be spurred into coming way to get ratings. invariably winds up the formats built around jolts ...
01 Jan 1986  -  148k
... .. Duffy Broadcasting Frances Preston Rollie Smith WNAXIYankton, SD Music Director KJET & KZOK/Seattle LSM T.F. Corp. names Terry Jung VP /CFO ward Communications as VP/ Joe Spencer ABC Radio correspondent "Rocky" Cosgrove elevated to .. Former FCC Chairman Robert Broadcast .. CNN Radio/New Bill Stewart Storz. McLendon, Starr National PD GSM .. WBNS/Columbus AE E. Lee is named to the Board of Di- York Director /Advertising Sales "Dino" Summerlln WWNC/Asheville VP'GM Chuck Johnston to crosstown rectors at United Broadcasting Co. Clifford Matis upped to VP /Sales Art Teal WEA Cleveland Field ...
01 Jan 1986  -  207k
... GOOD PHONE. BaaR CM SHARON ALLEN ed in the community." Engineer for the company -owned ra- Aawcp. Editor KAN IKE NanaA9.at DEY rfNEll dio stations, based in Denver. Roberts ass Saw, wc. MSdaa eu CLARK had been Director /Engineering for La A,goa12,315534330 c. NaaaaaSaal Raaanr ba.n. MCEAEL AAN30N Storz Broadcasting since 1980. Account E.nMO. PAM YLIAMY, ASS GELB Nnawpina Cascaras ADIENIE ROOIE Ma tab WO E05035S Stations are preceding Dr. Ruth's phone-in Gardner as MM,I Sab Mpr, fawn Rga. HOWARD CARTE. nee R. CaaSot BAMy O'YIEN Continued from Page 3 JUDITH SAFFER has joined BMI as MWwNN NON 2a2d5al 1528383 sex ...
01 Jan 1986  -  181k
... playing the hits, because working with stations as a consult- station WJR, had been overseeing Datebook: Sean Ross 40 ming Mark Driscoll. Additionally, the rules of Gordon McLendon and ant but for some time have wanted both stations. Cravens was VP /GM Calendar: Brad Messer 42 Statewide principal Scott Ginsberg Todd Storz still work. Y95 is more to be more directly involved in sta- 43 tion operations. DKM is one of the at KSRR /Houston since December Records: Adam White and Driscoll have enlisted the pro- of a cinematic radio station, pain- 1984, after working as NSM at AOR: Steve Feinstein ...
01 Jan 1986  -  172k
... accord." remember her as the writer/producer of several well known syndicated programs including Watermark's "Soundtrack of the 605 " . In addition, she has served in virtually every capacity both on the air and off, at a number of well known radio stations throughout the country in- cluding work with Fairbanks, Storz, Infinity, Greater Media, and Cap Cities. Mediatrix has been praised by everyone from corporate presidents to local air personalities. Key industry figures were quick to subscribe; quicker to voice their satisfaction. In looking NEWS BRIEFS over the material Mediatrix provides, we too feel it is a product that deserves attention. ...
01 Jan 1986  -  173k
560. BC-1986-01-27-OCR-Page-0106 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... STATION AND CABLE TRADING owns wvIC -AM -FM East Lansing, Mich. Storz Broadcasting, headed by Robert million. Chester Tart, former vice president of Storz, sold all its radio properties last year, O Jeffrey Chandler, owner of KKOS(F John Blair & Co. led a group that bought with the most expensive going to Shamrock Carlsbad, Calif. bought KMLO(AM) Vis KMBY(FM) Seaside, Calif. for $1,050,000 Broadcasting, Burbank, Calif. -based station Calif. from Gene Alfred for $2 million. from Stoddard Johnston. group of two AM's, six FM's and five TV's Jim Gabbert, former president of ...
01 Jan 1986  -  47k
561. 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 ...
01 Jan 1986  -  56k
562. BC-1986-01-27-OCR-Page-0105 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... la Nie as NU.: mammon , BLACKBURN coMMMY, INC BLACKBURN COMPANY, MG BLACKBURN Loans, INC. BLACKBURN COMPANY. IN4 s. tit 7:2n o-i .Ti 4. 4 41,411 44344411 ,M \ ._.:e.. mamma m_.. .n. W ^^ J =1."=" . Storz Broadcasting Co. GRB Broadcasting of Delaware, Inc. Statewide Broadcasting mum N Sun. N.eYW , Gilmore Broadcasting Corporation w .w,ee w. NW,d has.N holm.w,ti WJBR AM/FM KJIM (FM) WEIR (AM) WIVY-FM wNWwlm, oa..e MvNIW,IrYll.l,lbr b fW Infinity Broadcasting Corporation $4,300,000 $7,200,000 Shamrock Broadcasting Co. ...
01 Jan 1986  -  51k
... Associates handled the Jasper, AL; WWWRIRussellville, AL; Coast, later becoming Associate transaction. Elliott added that WLTQ has been and WWWFIFayette, AL. WAOC rep- Director /National Album Pro- operating mostly with parttime resents Ariel's first property. WAOC motion before his most recent Great Trails' WKJJ /Louisville. Storz Deals talent; a new lineup will be an- nounced soon. programs Modern Country with 1 kw on 1420 kHz. post. Bennett joined CBS in 1974 as He earlier held sales positions at KDKA /Pittsburgh and served as KXOK For Transtar now has Format 41 af- Memphis sales rep. Over the next ...
01 Jan 1985  -  150k
... on BRUCE VIDAL WLAN -FM 28 -25 WIXV 14 -9 JOHN will become Production Director. and LAURIE ALLEN, who compete against 98PXY add Y94 30-21 After officials declined to acknowledge it each other for listeners in L.A. on KIIS -FM WKFM 33 -28 WSPT 15 -9 and KMGG, respectively. months ago, it turns out STORZ will sell its WTLQ 30 -25 KDVV 18 -15 last station, WQAMIMIAMI, to SUNSHINE KIMN /DENVER Production Director BOB KZZB 37 -31 KIST 23 -19 WIRELESS for $2.85 million. To complete KARSON has been named Assistant PD WBCY add . . OK95 26 -21 the deal, SW will sell AM outlet WLQY to ...
01 Jan 1985  -  197k
... reached status "1 that he and Dahl will exchange shifts sometime HROBLAK said, "We've lost a business has after Jan. 1. The industry was stunned upon hearing associate and a colleague, but most important, at the following stations' a friend." A memorial service will be held the news that former Storz, McLendon, and Sunday (12 -15) , and donations in lieu of Starr National PD BILL STEWART committed flowers may be sent to Holy Cross Hospice suicide last Wednesday (12 -4) in Dallas. Bill, Building Fund, 1500 Forest Glen Rd. Silver WEEK BY WEEK credited by his peers with much of ...
01 Jan 1985  -  187k
... conference in Washington not as to whether the applicant possesses to cover issues in such a negative light, a responsible attitude toward his or her to be less "thin- skinned" and "avoid a obligations as a broadcast licensee." kneejerk reaction to valid criticism." Garcia has since paid the taxes, but Storz Broadcasting's sale of the board said she failed to do so until KXOKISt. Louis to Chester Broad- after a tax lien was brought to light by a casting has been cleared by the FCC, competing applicant. The board added, which dismissd objections based on "lt appears that Ms. Garcia may have Storz's ...
01 Jan 1985  -  188k
567. BC-1985-01-28-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... million. Haw- FM's and owner of cable systems in Kanka- KZLA(AM) Los Angeles to Spanish Broad- kins was also one of the principals in a group kee and Hilton Head, both South Carolina. casting System for $5 million. Spanish that had recently purchased KRIG(AM) Odes- Storz Broadcasting, solely owned by Rob- Broadcasting System also owns WSKQ(AM) sa, Tex. ert H. Storz, father of the late Todd Storz, Newark, N.J. and WLVH -FM Hartford, Norman F (Sparky) Taft proved you can who helped develop the top 40 format, sold Conn. ...
01 Jan 1985  -  63k
568. BC-1985-07-01-OCR-Page-0090 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . of Ruidoso for expenses. Seller has khz -kilohertz. kw- kilowatts. m- meters. MEOC- WQAM(AM) Miami (1560 khz; 5 kw -D; I kw -N) - - no other broadcast interests. Buyer is principally owned by maximum expected operation value. mhz-megahertz. of license from Storz Broadcasting Co. to Seeks assignment Steve W. Hawkins. It owns KHLB(AM) -KMRB(FM) Bur- mod. modification. N-night. PSA- presunrise service Sunshine Wireless Co. for $2.850,000 cash. Seller is princi- net, Tex. Filed June 17. authority. RCL-remote control location. ...
01 Jan 1985  -  65k
569. BC-1985-03-11-OCR-Page-0051 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ) and Charles E. Johnson (24.5 %) . Ander- WHB(AM) Kansas City (710 khz; 10 kw -D; 5 kw -N) - Radio Corp. to Universal Broadcasting Inc. for $750,000, son is employed at WCSY-AM -FM South Haven, Mich. Granted assignment of license from Storz Broadcasting to comprising $250,000 cash, $200,000 note and $300,000 Filed Feb. 28. Shamrock Broadcasting Co. for $3.5 million. Seller is noncompete agreement. Seller is subsidiary of George Ma- Hertford, N.C. Judith A. King seeks 104.9 mhz; 3 kw; owned by Robert H. Storz ...
01 Jan 1985  -  55k
570. BC-1985-04-08-OCR-Page-0152 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . oSold by Fay- rain. Broker: Dex Card Associates. consolidation and, "can, at least in the short etteville Television Inc. to Central Caro- run, result in higher prices." lina Television Inc. for $5,175,000, com- KXOK(AM) St. Louis o Sold by Storz Broad- As a result, McGrath believes the decision prising $3 ,675 ,000 cash and $1.5 million casting Co. to Chester Broadcasting Co. on whether to permit consolidation is best note. Seller is owned by Derwood H. for $2 million cash. Seller is owned by left to the local government ...
01 Jan 1985  -  51k
571. BC-1985-01-14-OCR-Page-0189 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Broadcasting Inc. to Broadcast- aural and antenna 1,010 feet above average Colo. Buyer is subsidiary of Community Pa- ing Inc. for $400,000, comprising $60,000 cific Broadcasting Corp. Salinas, Calif. - cash and remainder note. Seller is owned by WHB(AM) Kansas City, Mo. Sold by Storz based station group of four AM's and three Steve Summer, who has no other broadcast Broadcasting Co. to Shamrock Broadcasting FM's, principally owned by David J. interests. Buyer is owned by Bert S. Mitch- Co. for $3.5 million cash. Seller is owned by Benjamin, chairman, and Charles ...
01 Jan 1985  -  40k
572. BC-1985-04-08-OCR-Page-0162 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... owns WINH(AM) - WGMB(FM) Georgetown, KXOK(AM) St. Louis (630 khz; 5 kw -U) -Seeks as- one year. Seller is owned by William Ledford and R.D. S.C. and WJYW(FM) Southport, N.C. Buyer is owned by signment of license from Storz Broadcasting Co. to Chester Hanna. Ledford has interest in KRMH -AM -FM Leadville, Don McCoy, president, and Doug Grim, general manager. Broadcasting Co. for $2 million cash. Seller is owned by Colo. Hanna owns KROX(AM) Crookston, Minn.; KCID- McCoy owns WDLP ...
01 Jan 1985  -  62k
573. BC-1985-06-24-OCR-Page-0069 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Williamston, Mich. -based 100 kw and antenna 330 feet above average a "large portion" of Embassy's receivables to group of five FM's owned by Robert G. Lig- terrain. cash. (Receivables are future payments due gett Jr. It also owns Concord Cablevision WQAM(AM) Miami o Sold by Storz Broad- by stations to Embassy for the rights to Co. operator of cable system serving Jack- casting to Sunshine Wireless Co. for broadcast Embassy's television programs.) son county, Mich. Buyer is equally owned by $2,850,000 cash. Seller is owned principally Coke said receivables will be converted to Harvey Deutch and ...
01 Jan 1985  -  45k
574. BC-1985-05-06-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Wxvt is on 1600 khz 1 ard L. Schrott (10%) , Robert E. Beacham (10%) , Richmond G. Bernhardt (10%) , Roger L. MacBride (12%) and 32 others. It also owns WISP(AM) -WQDW(FM) Kinston, Storz Broadcasting Co. N.C. and WAIZ(AM) -WQFX(FM) Gulfport, Miss. WIOU is on 1350 khz with 5 kw day and 1 kw night. Wzwz is on 93.5 khz with 3 (Robert H. Storz, President) kw and antenna 340 feet above average ter- rain. has sold ...
01 Jan 1985  -  45k
575. 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. ...
01 Jan 1985  -  55k
576. BC-1985-04-15-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , FM and TV American Country, Lite Country, Super - Staff: Bill Barkley, Jean Baker, Ray Staff: Donald Power, Steven Barlow, C.E. Barlow. soul, Great Gold. Staff: Dénny Adkins, Shurtz, John Sullivan, Dave Elliott, Deb- Steve Sandman, Bob Laurence, Mike bie Storz, Debbie Baker. Electro Controls 2245 Kinosian, Frank Proctor, Joe Patrick, Len 2975 S. 300 West, Salt Lake City 84115 EECO Inc. 1775 Boardman, Paul McQuillan, Franke Jolle. 1601 E. Chestnut Ave. Santa Ana, Calif. Studio lighting and control equipment. Dubner Computer Systems 1630 92702 ...
01 Jan 1985  -  83k
... producer/IS, INC. co- founder Jo Interrante, and WXKS-FM(KISS 108)/Boston PD/consultant Sunny Joe While. CHR Rolls On, And Sklar began by telling the audience, "lt is 30 years since Alan Freed spun the first rock n' roll record on the radio and Todd Storz invented a format based on playing 40 hit records. Hit music saved radio three decades ago, and in 1984, it is the comeback story of the year." On, And On He said, "So much of the fun and spontaneity of radio left as programmers sought to specialize their formats in search of ...
01 Jan 1984  -  96k
578. BC-1984-06-11-OCR-Page-0083 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... promotion] professional from the ground up." The BPA has recently grown from a full - time staff of one to three permanent em- ChC__ 1nangiJ hRft ployes. Betgendorff sees this as allowing the PROPOSED I WDGY(AM) Minneapolis -St. Paul o Sold by association to more effectively plan its annu- Storz Broadcasting Co. to Malrite Commu- WBTI(TV) Cincinnati o 90% sold by United nications Group Inc. for approximately $3.5 al seminar, its printed materials and its ad Cable Television to channel 64 Ltd. for $9.5 million. Seller is Omaha -based station group hoc network programing fed directly to ...
01 Jan 1984  -  49k
579. BC-1984-03-12-OCR-Page-0109 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Okla. for $6 mil- lion. New York -based and publicly held group owner, headed by Robert Price, president, also owns WOWO(AM) Fort Wayne, Indiana and also bought, within past year, Klot(FM) San Francisco and WIRK- AM-FM West Palm Beach, Fla. Seller, Storz Broadcasting, owned by Robert H. Storz, owns four other AM's. Broker: Blackburn & Co. Price tag of $950,000 has been put on woAV(AM) Silver Spring, Md. (Washington) by owner, Greater Media. New Brunswick, N.J. -based group owner of five AM's and ...
01 Jan 1984  -  99k
580. BC-1984-07-16-OCR-Page-0061 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . 98033. Principal is owned by Jacque Hodges (51 %) , his WDGY(AM) Minneapolis (1130 khz; 50 kw -U) -Seeks Clark, Lee C. Hartman and Glenn B. Hammond. They have brother Wayne Sepolen (44 %) and his brother, John Sepolen assignment of license from Storz Broadcasting to Malrite of no other broadcast interests. Filed July 6. (5 %) . They have no other broadcast interests. Filed June 22. Minnesota Inc. for $3.25 million cash. Seller is subsidiary of Omaha -based station group owned by Robert Storz. It owns KQFB(TV) Tacoma. ...
01 Jan 1984  -  56k
581. 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 ...
01 Jan 1984  -  60k
582. BC-1984-03-26-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Springs, Fla. that he ing- average rating data as background or ronment? And how will audience reporting founded in 1978. Prior to that, he held supporting information while continuing re- techniques adjust to ever-increasing frag- programing positions with a number of radio liance on the standard, published quarterly mentation? groups including Storz, McLendon, Hertel and reports for rate determination, it is unlikely Weighty issues, indeed. But for those of LIN. that agencies will alter their current ap- us in the field of audience measurement, the proach to buying radio. If broadcasters em- next five years are clearly in focus, and ...
01 Jan 1984  -  49k
583. BC-1984-07-16-OCR-Page-0050 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... journalism" have been established. And last for week, the Voice received word of a victory over the Department of Health and Human $6,000,000 Services with which it shares a building in southwest Washington. The Voice will take from over 58,000 square feet of space now occu- pied by HHS and will become the building's Storz Broadcasting principal occupant. The Reagan administration has had trou- ble finding someone with staying power to We are pleased to have served as broker in this transaction. direct the VOA. James Conkling, who is a friend of Director Charles Z. Wick of the VOA's parent organization, the U.S. Infor- MACKBURN ...
01 Jan 1984  -  53k
584. BC-1983-08-15-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... broader distribution. Knight Thompson for her contributions to rade radio program of the 1930's and 40's Clients abroad for TV Satellite File in- the Pacifica Foundation. and the creation of high energy rock n' roll clude Austria's ORF; Canada's CBC and The list of winners follow: stations in the mid- 1950's by Todd Storz and CTV; France's TF -1 and Antenne 2; Italy's Golden Reel Awards Gordon McLendon. And most teen-agers RAI -1; Norway's NRK; Swiss TV; ARD and ZDF in Germany; BBC and ITN in England, John H. Mager, Berkeley. Calif. O The Bin of Rights Radio growing up today ...
01 Jan 1983  -  43k
585. 1982-11-01-BC-OCR-Page-0072 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Company, PO. M/F E.O.E. Box 12000. Raleigh. NC 27605 -2000, EOE /MF. Buddy Webber is looking. Perfect for Music of Your Life or operations manager. Ex -band leader & musi- KTBB -AM, an adult contemporary radio station in SITUATIONS WANTED MANAGEMENT cian. Beginning rock with Storz. Traffic & TV with ABC, Tyler, Texas, has an immediate opening in its news San Francisco. Traffic & program director with Golden department for an aggressive person with a minimum Small market GM /SM /news team. 16 years' ex- West in Seattle. Traffic, daily TV & weather ...
01 Jan 1982  -  51k
586. 1982-05-10-BC-OCR-Page-0025 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... KOCR KKDA -AM / FM Scripps -Howard KALE /KIOK WRRM Cedar Rapids Dallas/ B roadcasting Co. Cincinnati Ft. Worth Richland Wichita Great KCKC KUPL-AM / FM KZOK-AM /FM KLIF / KPLX Empire Riverside/ KKDJ Portland, OR Seattle Dallas B roadcasting Inc. San Bernardino/ Fresno WFMS KFDI -AM / FM Ontario Shamrock Storz Indianapolis Wichita KKIC B roadcasting Co. B roadcasting Co. KCTA/ KOUL Boise Inc. WOBA -AM / FM KITS-AM / FM Corpus Christi KKNU KUDL WHB Miami Springfield, MO KDAB Fresno Kansas City KYNN -AM / FM Kansas City WARM Salt Lake City WOAM N.E. Pennsylvania Omaha KLAT KMGC Miami KDEA Houston Dallas WKIS Lafayette ...
01 Jan 1982  -  33k
587. 1982-02-08-BC-OCR-Page-0099 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Attention AM Broadcasters Even IF the continuing erosion of AM audience shares hasn't affected your station, does it worry you? This isn't the first fight AM Radio has had to win. In the 1950's, the adversary was television. AM Radio answered the challenge with the brilliant Programming Revolution led by McLendon, Storz, Plough, Metromedia, and more! NOW, the adversary is FM .. and AM's first step in meeting the challenge must be SOUND! CRL SYSTEMS' has completed its 400th carefully documented factory installation of the fabulous AM -4 Audio Control System. Four -hundred AM Radio Stations in the USA, Canada, and throughout ...
01 Jan 1982  -  21k
588. 1982-11-01-BC-OCR-Page-0027 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of quehanna Broadcasting. But in the discus- depending on the skills and circumstances the executive and finance committees, ex- sions that ensued within the executive of the person chosen. ecutive committee members Hoberman of committee, headed by George Armstrong If the decision to name a president. ABC and Martin Rubenstein of Mutual of Storz, the dual concept was said to surprised some board members, another and Vice Chairman David. After 6 weeks of no football, network - station gloom deepens Even if season is saved there NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl, and nights have been suffering from the will be problems of scheduling even that, the ...
01 Jan 1982  -  36k
589. 1981-11-09-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... re-elected, Radio Advertising Bureau Acoustics, Stamford, Conn. named VP- board of directors: George Duncan, president laboratory, electro-opti- marketing. cal fibers division, ITT, of Metromedai Radio, board chairman; New York, joins Matt Meany, operations manager, KIQO(FM) George Armstrong, executive VP, Storz Warner Amex Cable as Atascadero, Calif. joins KKIQ(FM) Livermore, Broadcasting, chairman of executive commit- VP-technical opera- Calif. as chief engineer-air personality. tee, Richard Chapin, president of Stuart tions. Broadcasting Co. chairman of finance commit- tee. Bhaskar Pant, pro- duct specialist, Grass Promotion ...
01 Jan 1981  -  51k
590. 1981-10-19-BC-OCR-Page-0313 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 1 /49 Harry Leith Stone 10/13/47 Martin Stone 10/26/59 Peggy Stone 7/22/63 Robert Lewis Stone 1/5 /70 George Butler Storer 4/16/51 George Butler Storer Jr. 6/5 /61 Peter Storer 1/7 /63 111 Todd Storz 9/19/55 Horace Nicholson Stovin 6/9 /47 Ellen Louis Sulzberger Straus 8/28/78 Nathan Straus 2/21/44 Ronald Peter Straus 2/12/62 Theodore Cyler Streibert 1/8 /45 Arthur Campbell Stringer 11/20/44 Hunt Stromberg Jr. 7/ ...
01 Jan 1981  -  58k
591. 1981-10-12-BC-OCR-Page-0313 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 1 /49 Harry Leith Stone 10/13/47 Martin Stone 10/26/59 Peggy Stone 7/22/63 Robert Lewis Stone 1/5 /70 George Butler Storer 4/16/51 George Butler Storer Jr. 6/5 /61 Peter Storer 1/7 /63 111 Todd Storz 9/19/55 Horace Nicholson Stovin 6/9 /47 Ellen Louis Sulzberger Straus 8/28/78 Nathan Straus 2/21/44 Ronald Peter Straus 2/12/62 Theodore Cyler Streibert 1/8 /45 Arthur Campbell Stringer 11/20/44 Hunt Stromberg Jr. 7/ ...
01 Jan 1981  -  58k
592. 1981-03-16-BC-OCR-Page-0234 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... rigorously Sixth Report and Order presaged even report provided 2,053 station assignments confined to the top-selling records of the more dramatic change. When President to 1,291 communities; designated 617 day. The pioneers were group owners Gor- Truman signed the McFarland bill in July, VHF and 1,436 UHF assignments; don McLendon of Dallas and Todd Storz he authorized the first major overhaul of reserved 242 noncommercial educational of Omaha. the Communications Act of 1934. The channels, including 80 VHF; and deter- AM radio continued to air shows with salient provisions of the new act permitted mined maximum power for channels 2-6 big-name stars. New syndicated ventures the FCC to ...
01 Jan 1981  -  53k
593. 1981-11-16-BC-OCR-Page-0097 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Fort Worth markets. Announcement came two weeks used deceptive maps to obtain advertising clients. James Gross, after Knight-Ridder announced similar arrangement with company president, said company plans to appeal. Affiliated Publications, publisher of Boston Globe, to provide 0 videotext services to Boston. 0 FCC last week unanimously voted to renew licenses of Storz NBC will be among some 200 exhibitors at Western Cable Show Broadcasting Co. for KXOK(AM) St. Louis and Wit. Music Inc. for next month. It will have two booths and two reasons for being WIL-AM-FM St. Louis, rejecting petitions to deny renewals on there. NBC Enterprises will be ...
01 Jan 1981  -  82k
594. 1980-08-25-BC-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Recalling what it was day's financial and economic situation." block programing with a rapid -fire medley like to enter a market with a McLendon McLendon is one of the larger of music, news, contests and creativity. station, Don Keyes. once McLendon's na- stockholders in Columbia Pictures and is While the late Todd Storz is credited tional program director and now owner of part owner of Subscription Television of with first using the music formula of WNYN(AM) Canton, Ohio, recalls: "Our America Inc. with franchises in several repeating the hits, it was Gordon McLen- biggest coup was at WAKY in Louisville. major markets ...
01 Jan 1980  -  132k
595. 1980-11-03-BC-OCR-Page-0027 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... "Style" section piece by Tom George N. Duncan, president of Metromedia Radio, elected chair- Shales last Friday (Oct. 31) . charged TV networks with deliberate man of Radio Advertising Bureau to succeed Elmo Ellis, wseiAM) campaign to harass Republican presidential candidate Ronald Atlanta. George W. Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting, elected RAB execu- Reagan. Shales leaned heavily on NBC evening newscasts anchored by tive committee chairman, and Richard W. Chapin, Stuart Broadcasting, John Chancellor, coverage pattern he said was "merrily and lazily emul- elected finance committee chairman. ated" by other networks. Responded NBC News President ...
01 Jan 1980  -  49k
... tapes are in contact scores to read on my KMPC part of our vocabulary. Who with moving recorder heads for longer periods of time, such as during the slow -speed show. Ken liked to do word has not referred to a McLendon play or freeze frame operations. plays even then, for instance: or a Storz format, because DUKE PUFFED RICE 97 -92 they indeed started Top 44) ra- IN AN OVERTIME TO- dio and spawned hundreds of ERR WAVES BY BOBBY OCEAN NIGHT. But he confessed imitators. I'm sure 50 years that he had troubles with our from now, about the time you'll News Director, who ...
01 Jan 1979  -  234k
... recorded materials Jack O'Brien. PRO FM. Providence, RI 02915. EOE M -F cember. Must he able to relate issues and events to wants and needs of young adult audience. Emphasis on veer currant station sound like a combination of the best from all record companies. plus oldies Send to KBUF. 11271 of Storz. McLendon, Drake. McCoy, Ahem and Meson? Box 798. Garden City. KS 67848. 112 -71 useful information, lifestyle stones and other features No beginners Send tapes, resumes and references to Stan the new decadewith fresh new programming de- WBBGICIsv.Mrd is Socking for you, if you're into signed for ...
01 Jan 1979  -  252k
598. BC-1979-10-29-OCR-Page-0087 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... duction, and installation and maintenance of equipment. Must have complete knowledge of FCC rules and procedures. Position requires well organized individual who can supervise TELEVISION others and provide close follow up on their operations. Travel is re- Help Wanted Technical quired. Salary commensurate with experience and ability. Send full resume and references: Storz Broadcasting Co. ENGINEERING Kiewit Plaza SUPERVISOR Omaha, Nebraska 68131 An equal opportunity employer WCVB -TV seeks an assertive engineering supervisor who will maintain the highest degree of technical standards as the state -of- ENGINEERS the -art permits. Will be expected to maintain operations within FCC BROADCAST MAINTENANCE rules and regulations. May be responsible for ...
01 Jan 1979  -  32k
599. BC-1979-03-12-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... past six except that in its final year (1977) the old Members of the committee with Chair- months to a year, 50,000 letters to owner - contract reduced the rate experimentally man Church are George W. Armstrong, operators in the trucking industry and a to 1.64 % . (For stations with annual gross Storz Broadcasting; Kenneth R. Frankl, $22,000 advertising campaign in country of less than $100,000 the rate remains RKO General; Robert E. Henley, WGN of music, trucking and broadcasting trade 1.44 % , as in the expired contract.) California Inc.; Robert R. Hilker, Subur- magazines ...
01 Jan 1979  -  44k
600. BC-1979-11-05-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... can supervise SOURCE others and provide close follow up on their operations. Travel is re- This key position will be responsible for quired. directing activities aimed at maintaining and building the affiliate line -up for Salary commensurate with experience and ability. Send full NBC's 2 networks. resume and references: Qualified candidates will have a Storz Broadcasting Co. minimum of 10 years experience in Kiewit Plaza broadcasting to include general man- agement at either a station or a rep firm. Omaha, Nebraska 68131 Excellent salary, benefits and growth An equal opportunity employer opportunities. Interested applicants should send detailed resume, salary history and requirements to: Help Wanted Programing ...
01 Jan 1979  -  41k
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