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601. Sponsor-59-Jul-Basics-OCR-Page-0001 [Sponsor Magazine]
... Thi STORi Station: today's Radi tor today's seltln; Todd Storz Preside; Horne O'hce 011dh ...
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602. Sponsor-59-Jul-Basics-OCR-Page-0264 [Sponsor Magazine]
... -----207 WBT RCA---IFC 82 W RC B _ _------RCA Thesaurus _ WCBM _----I WROV-----61 Storer ____ J 8, 19 WCCO-TV------- 151 WSCN-- Storz FC WCMI-- 45 \VSJS-TV----- Taft -- 129 \VCTV-- 184 WTAR----- 08, U. S. Steel-- --- 161 WDCY -------59 WTIC-----Ziv _ _12, ...
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603. Sponsor-59-Jun-OCR-Page-0178 [Sponsor Magazine]
... his ca rccr in radio sales in Terre Haute 19.) -J. at \\ ;\ O > .. 1'110" ' ille. and joined \\ BBQ. \ugu"ta later that )l'ar. In 19.) .) , is not covered lu- wus an a.e. at Storz" \\ Tl\ . \ew Urlcuu- and was transferred to \\ Q-\\1 . Vliami where ht 11a • a.e. and -ak- m :r . [rum 19.)ü to JCJ,)8 . effectively Russell Ziegler ha" her-n promoted to di- by outside n c ...
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604. Sponsor-59-Mar-OCR-Page-0298 [Sponsor Magazine]
... its proceeding pulls looking into possible wider use of Fm Subsidiary Communications Au- Lambert and Griffith Fulton, to the New York office; Noyes Scott and Robert Loeber, to the tv staff in Los (( First All Day" thorizations to include specific data on stereo broadcasting by fm stations Angeles. . . . The Storz Stations group is Rep appointments: Young Tv rating!* planning its "Second Annual Pop Music d.j. Convention and Seminar" Corp. for the tv properties of the Martin Theatres of Georgia .. H-R 29.31 May at the Americana Hotel in Tv, Inc. for WKTV, Utica-Rome *" Most listened to" . ...
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605. Sponsor-59-Mar-OCR-Page-0091 [Sponsor Magazine]
... small cars. new design may affect air media or four .. or five! Page 33 (each favored in its marhet How Conover buys beauty for tv commercials Page 36 What you should know about station groups audience! Page 40 SPECIAL SECTION: N A B Convention today's supplement Radio for Page 61 today's selling load Storz P es1ae Ham e 0~ice 0.,3~; : ,[ 'IG, w • • s "I.O'': . . .,~V • ' f! . fSt"11'C ~1 >1 ~ .I • , . ~ C ...
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606. Sponsor-59-May-OCR-Page-0067 [Sponsor Magazine]
... . Allr-n Smith. lo "JWl'ial pr" 'J. da~~ "< 'ar< '< ' tulent pool and lo re- Co111 & B1 ldinl,! . Tlu- a :< 'IH'\ now 0.J. CC~VEtHION FLANNERS: (I tor} Bill Stewart, Storz Stations; Bob Larsen, WRIT, Milwaukee; Paul Berlin, KNUZ, Houston; Joe Smith, ILD, Boston; Paul Cowley, WKLO, Louisville; Ira Cook, KMPC, Holly- ood; Robin Seymour, WKMH, Detroit; Tom Edwards, WERE, Cleveland FOR BETTER HUMAN RELATIONS, Lloyd Yoder ...
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... Mu- phones across the country to hear Platter -spinning is only one aspect sic Disc Jockey Convention held re- themselves praised, chided and chal- of the disc jod-kes's job, representa- cently in Miami, Fla. The conven- lenged from the podium. tive spokesuten who addressed the tion, sponsored by the Storz Stations, "1-he Culligan-McLendon debate convention gathering agree. Flow drew top naines in the advertising, on the merits of network versus in- much of what else he supplies to 66 U. C. 11. 1///0 July 191 ...
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... also states that he "When Mutual initiated this pol- that has caused much comment in believes the network's affiliate line- icy on June 2, 1957, it had 350 affili- the industry: "The affiliation with up will grow in 1959 and that its ated stations. At the end of 1958, the Storz Broadcasting Co. s KOMA staple news programming will Mutual had 453 stations -an expan- Oklahoma City is symbolic of a com- achieve even greater importance in sion of 103 affiliates in 18 months. plete upheaval in the network -affil- the year ahead. More and more stations," Mr. iate relationship area. ...
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609. BC-1960-04-18-OCR-Page-0084 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Hawthorne says the DJA has serious debate produces code of ethics won the support of a number of broad- The First Annual Membership Meet- in 96 -point type across the front page casters whose stations specialize in d.j. ing of the Disc Jockey Assn. April 9- of his daily newspaper has to wonder programming. Todd Storz, president 10 in Minneapolis was a far cry from what caused the change in climate of the Storz stations; Lionel Baxter, ex- the riotous Second Annual Radio Pro- from the disc jockeys' gatherings in ecutive vice president of the Storer sta- gramming and Pop Music Disc Jockey 1959 and 1960. The ...
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610. BC-1960-09-26-OCR-Page-0102 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Gillespie, 331'3% tor $1i0,u00. ACTIONS BY FCC Purchasers own KXGI Ft. Madison, Iowa. Ann. Sept. 16. WMMW Meriden, Conn. Granted assign- KXOK St. Louis, Mo. -Seeks assignment ment of license to Meriden Radio Inc. of license from KXOK Bcstg. Inc. to Storz (Ralph N. Weil, president, has interest in Bcstg. Co. for $1.5 million. Purchasers are KATZ St. Louis, Mo.); consideration $110, Robert H. Storz, 60 % , and Todd Storz, 000. Comrs. Bartley and Lee dissented. Ann. 40 % ...
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611. BC-1960-08-29-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... The following sales of WASHINGTON Needs "grass roots" owner-management station interests were announced last plus technical rehabilitation . . Low . week, subject to FCC approval: $400,000 down payment. Good terms. Unusual op- portunity. KXOX St. Louis: Sold by Elzey Roberts Jr. and C.L. Thomas to Todd Storz for $1.5 million cash. handled direct. KXOX Broadcasting Inc. will be IÉla.ckbwrin & Cormp.any Inc. liquidated and Storz purchases all assets, including real estate. KXOX operates RADIO -TV- NEWSPAPER BROKERS on 630 kc with 5 kw. Other Storz sta- NEGOTIATIONS-FINANCING -APPRAISALS tions are WHB Kansas City; WTIX WASHINGTON ...
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612. BC-1960-11-14-OCR-Page-0105 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Mr. and Mrs. Munn Sr. 2.4% (jointly cost $4,000, revenue $4,000. Principal is E. J. KXOK St. Louis, Mo. Granted assign- owned) , E. Harold Munn Jr. 17.05 % , C. Ella McKellar, president of KVOX Bcstg. Co. ment of license to Storz Bcstg. Co.; con- Mina, 4.27% (wife of E. Harold Munn, Jr.) , 62 % . Ann. Nov. 2. sideration $1,500,000; without prejudice to Lewis E. Munn, .18% (brother of E. Harold whatever action commission may deem ap- ...
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613. BC-1960-02-15-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 600.39 Reception May 30 Carlton Records 414.63 Dot Records 19,485.92 Liberty Records 6,576.64 Total 1,169.80 London Records 42.69 Mercury Records 8,843.52 Lunch May 30 Columbia Records 3,325.00 MGM Records 484.65 Buffet May 29 Columbia Records 2,812.85 RCA Victor 8,569.81 Dinner -Banquet May 30 Dot Records 14,950.00 Roulette Records 19,158.60 Cocktail Party May 28 Mercury Records, Inc. 6,625.53 The Storz Stations* 3,013.45 and Buffet United Artists, Inc. 3,389.61 Lunch May 29 Radio Corp. of America, RCA Victor Vee Jay Records, Inc. 1,481.31 Records Div. 3,540.00 Warner Bros. Records 819.83 Barbeque and May 30- Roulette Records (Bar) 8,850.00 Dance 31 (BarBQ) 4,205.00 TOTAL $108,164.95 ( ...
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614. BC-1960-11-14-OCR-Page-0062 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... W. Blackburn H. W. Cosslll Clifford Marshall B. Colin M. Solpl Robert Jr. and C. L. Thomas to Todd hock V. Harvey William B. Ryan Stanley Whitaker Calif. Bonk Bldg. J.serh M. Sifrick 333 N. Michigan Ave. Robert M. Baird 9441 Wilshire Blvd. Storz for $1.5 million cash. KXOK W.dington Building Chicago, Illinois Healey Building Beverly Hills, Calif. Broadcasting Inc. will be liquidated and Stark's 3 -4341 Financial 6 -6460 J4ckson 5.1576 CResfvi.w 4 -2770 Storz purchases all assets, including real estate. Commission approval of 62 (THE MEDIA) BROADCASTING, November 14, ...
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615. BC-1960-03-14-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... national disc jockey Harry Bitner Sr killed in crash . conventions at Kansas City and Miami Funeral services for pioneer outlets. In 1955 the Beach. At close of convention in Miami broadcaster -newspaperman HARRY Bitners bought Beach last summer he resigned from M. BITNER, 76, were held last Fri- WTCN - AM - TV Storz and joined Star Stations (WEEK'S day (March 7) at the Westminster Minneapolis, HEADLINERS, June 22, 1959) . Choir School Chapel at Princeton, Minn. and the N.J. personal holdings HOWARD W. COLEMAN, previously Mr. Bitner was killed in an auto- were incorporated assistant to president of Gross ...
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616. BC-1960-07-04-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 24. new station on same frequency with 500 w (WCON Cornelia, Ga.); consideration $6,000. WZFM (FM) Jacksonville, Fla. -Seeks unl. DA -1, in Lafayette, La. and (2 ) de- Ann. June 29. assignment of license from Irving Glick to nied application of Storz Bcstg. Co. to WDTM(FM) Detroit, Mich. -Granted as- WZFM Inc. for cancellation of $110,000 note change nighttime pattern of DA of station signment of cp from Mary W. Carpenter to due to Radio Jax Inc. licensee of WZOK KOMA Oklahoma City, Okla. continuing WDTM Inc. ( ...
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617. BC-1960-12-26-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... radio while 34.2% with which it shared ch. 9, it surren- Award to WJXT (TV) WJXT (TV) heard it on tv. dered its permit for WHB -TV and sold and its president, Glen Marshall Jr. WHB to Midcontinent Broadcasting Co. have been cited by the Protestant Radio (Todd Storz) for $400,000. and Television Center Inc. Atlanta, for from the South Jacksonville Presby- their "contribution to the religious life terian Church for the last eight years. Media reports .. of our nation . . . ' An award pre- Successful move With no loss of air Gibraltar earnings up Gibraltar ...
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618. BC-1960-12-12-OCR-Page-0100 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Tell us what you want. Placement Dept. J. B. Johnson School, 930 F St. N.W. Washington 4, D. C. HASKELL BLOOMBERG STATION BROKER, LOWELL, MASS. FOR SALE New England-$110,000.00; $125,000.00; $135,000. 00; $200,000.00; $300,000.00. Pennsylvania-$l00, Storz- McLendon -Star 000.00- Colorado- $275,000.00. Wyoming-$100, background Equipment 000.00; $1,000,000.00. Mississippi-$150,000.00; $250,000.00. Arizona-$75,000.00; $325,000.00. AVAILABLE -Jan 1st ammmmanmmnhiehn umnmonnmmnmmmmmmmnnmihmnmmnnnihrim The Ultimate- Idaho-$90,000.00. Alabama-$150,000.00; $200, 000.00. ...
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619. BC-1960-12-05-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... CASTING. To: EXPERIENCED TELEVISION FILM SALESMEN Newsman- announcer with first class ticket, Experienced. Versatile. Dependable. Mid- west. $110 minimum. Box 239D, BROAD. From: Major Film Distributor With Hundreds of Feature Films CASTING. (Including Post 48) , Top Westerns, Half-Hours and Serials. Storz executive. Program director in major market now contract -free. Will travel for right deal. Top references. Contact Don Subject t Kelly, Sunset 4 -2924, Minneapolis. Opportunity to Represent Us as an Independent Sales Agent, in an Established Territory, With the Privilege of Repre- senting Other Allied Products. TELEVISION ...
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620. BC-1960-11-14-OCR-Page-0063 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... CHICAGO (one week from today) Hyde and Robert T. Bartley dissenting, luncheon is expected to be one of the NOVEMBER 21 -22 was conditioned on the outcome of the convention highlights. Another will be EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL FCC's Sec. 317 (payola) investigation the Wednesday luncheon, with reports involving KXOK. Other Storz stations by NBC's newsmen. Richard A. Shaheen of our Chicago office who handles the Midwest and Ray V. Hamil- are WHB Kansas City; WTIX New Mr. Sarnoff, President Robert E. ton, Washington, D. C. office who covers the Orleans; WDGY Minneapolis-St. Paul; Kintner and ...
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621. BC-1960-10-10-OCR-Page-0089 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... their existing 5-year contract-which radio -television facilities. would have expired in 1962 -in favor Stewart sues KRAK of a new 5 -year pact which starts with the 1961 awards. Under the existing William A. Stewart, former program OCTOBER 20 -21 (End of Next Week) contract NBC -TV would have paid a director of the Storz and Star station, has filed suit in California Superior total of $400,000 for the Emmy rights; SAN FRANCISCO-MARK HOPKINS under the new deal it will pay $1.1 Court for $70,227 damages against million. KRAK Stockton -Sacramento, Calif. and Manning Slater, station executive, John F. Hardesty, San Francis- ...
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622. BC-1960-10-03-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... in all phases production. Directed fabricate! Electronic effects -echo, tones, salary requirements to Box 411C, BROAD- local shows fed to net! Production manager vibrato. First phone, or course. Sign -on till CASTING. past 61/2 years at one of southwest's to 9 or 10 and ce -pd for Storz or Bartell style station, but opportunity to advance is nil. operation. 2125 minimum. Box 387C, Do you have opportunity? I will bring ex- BROADCASTING. Stage manager wanted for south eastern perience. Write Box 361C, BROADCASTING. capital city vhf station. Must have a mini- News director, ...
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623. BC-1960-06-20-OCR-Page-0127 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... maintenance, general operations and management. Avail- photo on request. Box 890A, BROADCAST- announcing, and have good references and able immediately, Box 879A, BROAD- ING. credit. Prefer family man, looking for CASTING. permanency and willing to live in small Management team available. 36 years com- Storz experience fast paced, happy sound- town in great plains region. Good equip- ing deejay wants to hook on with good top ment, plant, and easy schedule. Top wages bined management and all departments. forty operation that knows what it s doing. in area. Send tape, resume, references ...
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624. BC-1960-04-18-OCR-Page-0114 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - gional. Nice profits. $87,500 29 % - ment or management. Over 25 Texas single regional. Making money. Production -Programming, Others years in radio and tv manage- $49,500 29% -Texas single fulltimer. ment, sales, national, local. In black. $49,500 29% -West Coast STORZ -STORZ-STORZ rod roddy Box 161A, BROADCASTING. fulltime regional. Excellent profits. Dominate in entire area. $367,500 Rocky Mt. single regional. Money - ex-starx executive maker. $42,750. Terms. PATT Mc- now entertaining offers for air, man- DONALD CO. Box 9266, Austin, agement, or ...
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625. BC-1960-04-18-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... no. 3 of WYTI Inc. expected operating costs of station for the Vinton, Va. in proceeding on their am ap- Granted joint petition by Mount Wilson first year. Action April 8. plications et al. and closed record. Action Fm Bcstrs. Inc. (K BCA ) , Los Angeles, Denied petition by Storz Bcstg. Co. April 7. Freddot Ltd. (KITT) San Diego, bo , Cali- an (KOMA) Oklahoma City, Okla. for leave Granted petition by Broadcast Bureau fornia, and continued evidentiary hearing to amend its am application and rejected and extended to April 22 time to file pro- scheduled ...
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626. BC-1960-02-15-OCR-Page-0058 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ." This, he said, is the way He said the hotel suspected one pro- of American business: "I do it for you motion planned by RCA Victor involved and you do it for me." gambling; warned RCA and the conven- He told the congressmen that "you tion sponsor, Storz Stations, that no haven't had much of a shake so far" gambling would be permitted. He said and added: "This is a great trip for he was assured gambling was not in- me." volved. He charged that newspaper stories He acknowledged record companies make disc jockeys "look like vicious ...
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627. BC-1960-03-14-OCR-Page-0091 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Shaw Adv. Co. named chairman KICN Denver and of finance committee KISN Portland, Ore.) Chicago, appointed advertising and and elected to board and for four years sales promotion manager for meat and of Bartell Broadcast- national program di- grocery products at Wilson & Co. that ing Co. Mr. Pistell's rector of Storz Sta- city. MR. STEWART MR. PISTELL tions and before that firm handled under- EDWARD REILLY, formerly of Benton writing of Bartell's initial stock offering national program director of McLen- & Bowles, N.Y. to Rose -Martin Inc. don Stations, named operations direc- when it became publicly owned last that city ...
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628. BC-1960-02-15-OCR-Page-0158 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... right offer. All replies acknowledged. billing and rating against hi- powered corn - Box 2905, BROADCASTING. 50 kilowatt programming opportunity. Pro- petition. Over 40. $12,000 minimum. Box gram director we are looking for must 334S, BROADCASTING. Announcer, di, experienced in all phases have McLendon, Storz, Bartell or similar of radio. Midwest preferred. Box 291S. experience. Must posses ideas, imagination, General manager, commercial manager or BROADCASTING. ability and successful background which national rep. Exceptional experience includ- would qualify him to make success of this ing sales with ZIV Television. Believe sales- Radio ...
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629. BC-1960-07-11-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... at Available immediately. $125.00. Tom Ed- request. Will travel. Box 198B, BROAD- wards, 6733 Placid Place, Telephone TWeed RADIO CASTING. 1 -3837. Cincinnati, Ohio. Situations Wanted-Management Dynamic, young, married top rock jock' Announcers, newscasters, experienced. with four years news. Storz mobile news Good voices. Tight boardmen, Contact New Outstanding twenty year record in sales, experienced. Box 199B, BROADCASTING. York School of Announcing and Speech. general operations and management. Avail 160 West 73rd St. NYC. able immediately. Box 879A, BROAD- Announcer-dj. New commercial delight. CASTING. ...
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630. BC-1960-10-17-OCR-Page-0109 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... one of nation's native, selling profitable programs and all phases. Now in major market. Box outstanding stations. Large staff. Inter- promotion ideas. Box 310C, BROADCAST- 545C, BROADCASTING. esting and varied programming. Excellent ING. facilities. Good pay and company benefits. Do you sound like MacLendon? Storz? Mature announcer, 31, married, 51, years Contact Don Parker, Chief Engineer, Pough? I'll manage your station to make radio, some tv booth, available first of year. WHAM, Rochester, New York. you sound like yourself: Imaginative pro- 2 years with present radio -tv operation ...
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631. BC-1960-01-11-OCR-Page-0070 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and mem- Southern Pines, N.C. sizes, a table of weekly compensation bers of the executive committee: Rob- Some 900 stations were pledged scales and permits talent payments in ert Mason, WMRN Marion, Ohio; to contribute 10 times their highest excess of those amounts to be deducted George W. Armstrong. Storz Sta- average one -minute rate to pay com- in determining "net receipts." tions; Richard D. Buckley, WHIM mittee expenses, but about 100 of For instance: A station in the under - Providence, R.I.; Robert D. Enoch, these, while supporting the commit- $ ...
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632. BC-1960-03-28-OCR-Page-0117 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Fred M. WATE -AM -TV Knoxville, Tenn. Batson, Charles A. WIS -TV Columbia, S.C. Boice, Hugh K. Jr. WEMP Milwaukee, Wis. Arkelian, Art, WERC Erie, Pa. Baudino, Joseph E. Westinghouse Bcstg. Co. Bolling, George W. The Bolling Co. New York Armstrong, George W. Storz Bcstg. Co. Kansas Washington, D.C. Bolling, G. William Ill, The Bolling Co. New York City, Mo. Baughn, Edward F. WPAG Ann Arbor, Mich. Bonansinga, Joe, WGEM Quincy, Ill. Arnold, Russ, WTHI Terre Haute, Ind. Baxter, Lionel F. Storer Bcstg ...
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633. BC-1960-03-26-OCR-Page-0117 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Fred M. WATE -AM -TV Knoxville, Tenn. Batson, Charles A. WIS -TV Columbia, S.C. Boice, Hugh K. Jr. WEMP Milwaukee, Wis. Arkelian, Art, WERC Erie, Pa. Baudino, Joseph E. Westinghouse Bcstg. Co. Bolling, George W. The Bolling Co. New York Armstrong, George W. Storz Bcstg. Co. Kansas Washington, D.C. Bolling, G. William Ill, The Bolling Co. New York City, Mo. Baughn, Edward F. WPAG Ann Arbor, Mich. Bonansinga, Joe, WGEM Quincy, Ill. Arnold, Russ, WTHI Terre Haute, Ind. Baxter, Lionel F. Storer Bcstg ...
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634. BC-1960-05-16-OCR-Page-0116 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... applications of Shelby County Bcstg. Co. for new am station to operate on 1520 kc, 250 w, uni. DA -i in Shelbyville, America's Leading Business Brokers Ind. and General Communications Inc. for new station on same frequency with 500 w. uni. DA -1, in Lafayette, La. and denying application of Storz Bcstg. Co. to change nighttime pattern of DA of station KOMA literested in buying or selling Radio and TV Properties? Oklahoma City, Okla. continuing opera- tion on 1520 kc, 50 kw, uni. DA-N. Ann. May 10. When your business is transacted through Hearing Examiner Thomas H. Donahue issued ...
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635. BC-1960-07-25-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , KOTA -TV, P.O. Box 1752, Rapid It City, South Dakota. with letter of full re- It sume. No phone calls. is now accepting inquiries from employers who would foster a PROFIT- MAKING organiza- l' tion through increased, stable ratings. I have out- smarted McLendon and Storz. Experienced sales representative CBS affi- have I out -done Westinghouse, Metropolitan, and Storer. Big money, big position, and big res- liate, first in nation's fastest growing tele- vision market, seeks experienced local sales ponsibilities are imperative. New firms, such as forming under Esquire, Crowell -Collier ...
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636. BC-1960-02-15-OCR-Page-0081 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Bartell, Tele- Broad- casters, WKY Radiophone, Crowell- Collier, United Broadcasting, National Combined Theatres, Rollins Broadcasting, Spring- Radio Only Radio -Tv Tv Only field Television, CBS and NBC. Control Minority Control Minority Control Minority And such individuals as Ken Brown, J. Elroy McCaw, Todd Storz, R.W. 187 66 18 6 27 10 Rounsaville, Cy Blumenthal, Connie B. Gay, Morgan Murphy -Walter C. 242 106 11 2 29 3 Bridges, Gordon McLendon, Aaron B. Robinson, Don Burden. How can a radio or tv station be 316 111 24 8 21 8 bought? ...
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637. BC-1960-12-26-OCR-Page-0064 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and regu- $50,000 down. Principle. JACK L. STOLL lated plate and filament power supply. Write for Bulletin #203. Box 141D, BROADCASTING & ASSOCS. MOSELEY ASSOCIATES P. O. Box 3192 MISCELLANEOUS Santa Barbara, California ATTENTION DJ'S -PD'S Dollar Now you can have the same material that makes the Storz, McLendon, and Plough jocks sound "clever" and "sharp." Money back if not happy. All material written for rr/ V O0 by professional format men for professional format men. Package = $1.00 #1 fillers) (100 one -line i sa Dollar- IN CARTRIDGE TAPE EQUIPMENT r ...
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... York Los Angeles Assemblies of God Walter F. Bennett. Chicago San Francisco "Revisalume" Back To The Bible J. M. Camp. Wheaton. III. Ford Institutional Kenyon & Eckhardt, New York The Calvary Hour Eastern Adv. Richmond, l'a. Mercury Kenyon 6' Eckhardt. New York The Christian Reformed Church Storze( 6, Assoc. Chicago Tractor & Implement Div..%Jeldrum uÿ Fewsmith, Cleveland Christian Science Committee On Publication Fiat Motor Co. Inc. Grant Advertising. New York for the State of Illinois Christian Science Committee, Chicago General Motors Corp. Church of God Walter F. Bennett, Chicago Buick A! ...
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... - firm also feels that the breakdowns will serve as a dustry. more helpful programming guide to stations because Many of the well- established groups have also en- the new periods are more indicative of the changes larged their radio holdings, such as Westinghouse, made in a normal day's schedule. Storer, McLendon and Storz. Finally, the Fort Worth study represents one addi- Along with innovations in programming, research tional major departure in "ratings," which Hooper and management techniques, radio's forward move- hopes will meet with widespread acceptance. There ment is being sparked by positive selling efforts both will no longer be three -month ...
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... THANKS..FOR HELPING US NETWORKS & GROUPS ABC McLendon Stations Balaban Stations Meredith Group Yes .. thanks to you.. Bartell Stations M BS CBC our advertisers .. for the CBS NBC OK Group tremendous progress Colorado Net Plough Concert Net QXR Network of U.S. RADIO. Corinthian Stations Star Stations Crosley Broadcasting Storer Broadcasting Crowell -Collier Storz Stations Today, l; . s. RADIO carries e ra- Farm & Home Radio Telebroadcasters dio advertising in an a%eragc issue Georgia Negro Group Transcontinent than that Of any other similar maga- Good Music Broadcasters Triangle Stations zine in the field. with figures t- Intermountain Westinghouse Broadcasting ing all the time ...
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... Stations Balaban Stations Meredith Group Yes. thanks to you .. Bartell Stations M BS Cy N. Bahakel Stations NBC our advertisers .. for the CBC OK Group CBS Plough tremendous progress Colorado Net QXR Network Concert Net of U. S. RADIO. Corinthian Stations Star Stations Steinman Stations Crosley Broadcasting Storer Broadcasting Crowell -Collier Storz Stations Today. U. S. (RADIO carries cru Farm & Home Radio Telebroadcasters dio advertising in an average issue Georgia Negro Group Texas Quadrangle than that of any other similar maga- Good Music Broadcasters Transcontinent zine in the field, with ligures mount- Intermountain Triangle Stations ing all the. lime. Keystone Broadcasting ...
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642. Television-1960-Apr-OCR-Page-0075 [Television Magazine]
... . of course. leluatecl tlnooghout the (LI, .we refined the pattern of "modern radio" still further. Within the rigidity and saneness of the inototype hour.. Fey have evolved a product which started with the tech - t.t%vtt created diversity. It is that (incrsii\ which has at- tiues of Storz and McLendon, and the WNEW concept, tracted its listeners in greater numbers. + t to which much that is unique has been added. Not only In a typical "prototype hour" at Kt wit. there are 13 rec- ,their product polished and perfected, but it is much ords played, 16 ...
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643. 1961-06-26-BC-OCR-Page-0058 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... headed by Laird & Co. T h e organiza- broadcast bureau, discussed his personal Reeves owns WUSN -TV Charleston, Mr. Pullen tional change was experiences since assumption of the S. C. WHTN-TV Huntington, W. Va. announced by Roy E. Larsen, chairman office early in the year. /PLgTnifiEgus ULLMAN Storz suit denied Suit by Storz Broadcasting Co. Take Bernius Edelman's toga. Used to (WDGY Minneapolis) to prevent Bill have call letters of new FORMATIC Bennett, announcer -d. j. from working RADIO clients on it. No more. Ran out at WLOL Minneapolis was denied June - of toga space FORMATIC's selling so ...
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644. 1961-11-27-BC-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the Paramount case forbade package deals between movie companies and theaters that were entirely dependent FCC MAY FINE KOMA $10,000 on motion pictures to operate; tv sta- Action against Storz station for violations tions are free to select other program fare if the terms offered by film dis- of power, antenna rules is second under new law tributors do not suit them. National Telefilm Assoc. is the other KOMA Oklahoma City received a uary inspection. The agency is author- distributor cited by Judge Dawson. notice of "apparent liability" for a ized to fine a licensee $1,000 for each $10,000 fine from the FCC last week ...
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645. 1961-03-06-BC-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Curtis, formerly production man- 1949, assistant director of Broadcast advisor, and Grahame Richards, na- ager of WEBR Buffalo, N. Y. joins Advertising Bureau (now RAB) . He tional director of programming, named WBEN, that city, as radio producer in joined WCAU -TV Philadelphia, in vps of Storz Broadcasting Co. Omaha. program department. 1950, first as sales manager and sub- In addition to new duties, they will con- tinue to function in present capacities. Fred Freed, producer -writer of news sequently as vp in charge of station. and public affairs programs, joins NBC - Storz stations are ...
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646. 1961-05-15-BC-OCR-Page-0113 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... with J. Walter Thompson, N. Y. will headquarter in Beverly Hills, has been in business affairs department of Desilu for over four years, and prior and Mr. Green served Campbell-Ewald Detroit. Microphones Robert Tilton, formerly director of to that served in legal department of Capitol Records for two years. engineering for Storz stations, named to suit any need! broadcast sales engineer for Gates Samuel Manners, associate producer Radio Co. Quincy, Ill. of Screen Gems' Route 66, named ex- Walter R. He demon, assistant chief FINEST QUALITY MICROPHONE ecutive in charge of production of all engineer for systems, at Texas Instru ...
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647. 1961-08-07-BC-OCR-Page-0102 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Req: 1340kc, BP -14194 NEW Lovell, Wyo. BGH Corp. Utah) ; Glasgow Tv Club Inc. on ch. 12 250w, lkw -LS, unl. Req.: 1050kc, 250w, D. Glasgow, Mont. (KOOK -TV ch. 2 Billings, BP -14135 WTIX New Orleans, La. Storz BP -14195 NEW Utica, N. Y. Fusco Bcstg. Mont. via ch. 9 Saco and Hinsdale. Mont.): Bcstg. Co. Has: 690kc, 5kw, DA -2, uni. Req: Corp. Req.: 1550kc, lkw, D. Stanker Supply Co. on chs. ...
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648. 1961-11-27-BC-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... PAPERT, KOENIG, LOIS .. 39 There are more ways than one to skin a cat. The FCC is going to implement its plans to trim some marginals For the second time, the FCC employs its new Sunday from the list of am stations by questioning sales involving punch, with a $10,000 fine against Storz stations' KOMA shaky finances. See. Oklahoma City for breaking restrictions of power, antenna rules. See .. FCC BIRTH CONTROL ASSIST? .. 52 FCC TO FINE KOMA $10,000 .. 60 Some program producers have been in such a hurry to carve out a piece of the television programming pie that ...
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649. 1961-11-13-BC-OCR-Page-0087 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... public in 1922 when named general man- assumes additional duties as station's service director, respectively, WTMA ager and chief engineer of WHB director of community affairs. Charleston, S. C. Kansas City, and remained with Hugh Scott and Margaret Doumany Richard P. Moran Jr. time salesman station until its sale to Todd Storz join promotion department of KWTV and account executive, CBS Films, joins WHEN -TV Syracuse, in similar capac- interests in 1954. WHB Broad- (IV) Oklahoma City. casting Co. was then changed to ity. KMBC Broadcasting Co. with the Terrence S. Ford, former promotion purchase of KMBC ...
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650. 1961-08-28-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... director DJ in every market. Journalism college tape on request. Box 770G, BROADCAST- available on or before September 20. First graduate, strong on news and sports. Ready ING. phone (no maintenance) , 23, draft-exempt, for bigger market, better pay. Box 780G, 7 years experience including Storz and McLendon background. Buz Baxter, 6717 BROADCASTING. Good commercial and news voice. Experi- Pre- Latta, Dallas, Texas. EVergreen 1 -6589. enced station and agency copywriter. Program-Production manager. Seek large fer quality, adult programming tape station. Negro announcer, first phone, beginner. or small ...
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651. 1961-07-17-BC-OCR-Page-0080 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - engineer and technical research director Jack S. Sampson, TV Asheville, N. C. of Radio Pulsebeat News, Jamaica, N.Y. general manager of succeeding Saul KOMA Oklahoma Rosenzweig, who re- Jerry Grove, WIBG Philadelphia news City, elected vp of signed to join KPLR- director, elected president of UPI Storz Broadcasting TV St. Louis, as vp Broadcasters of Pennsylvania. Co. owners of and general manager Audrey Caughey Tittle, radio-tv in- KOMA. He previous- Mr. Bernstein ly was sales manager (BROADCASTING, July structor at U. of Florida, appointed 10) . Mr. Bernstein served as national women's ...
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652. 1961-06-12-BC-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Howard, sole owner of ow and Comrs. Bartley and Ford dissented. Del Rio Bcstg. Co. to James D. Patterson Action June 1. (39 %) , Jack R. Crosby (51 %) and Julius KICN Denver, Colo. Granted transfer of control from Don W. Burden and Dorothy F. Storz to TV Denver, Inc. (KBTV ch. 9 Sadowsky Jr. (10 %) , d/b as Queen City Bcstg. Co. for $112,500. Mr. Patterson is mathematical data specialist; Mr. Crosby is 28.57% stockholder in Del Rio Tv Cable NEW CUE Denver); consideration $ ...
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653. 1961-06-12-BC-OCR-Page-0059 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... " fund raising job for Al- Robert N. Aylin. Dallas, for its outstanding contribution to public service and educational televi- sac's St. Jude Hospital project to aid KCIN Denver, Colo.: Sold by Don sion programming, through the series leukemia stricken American children. W. Burden and Dorothy F. Storz to of intercollegiate debates, Young Ameri- The station collected over $8,000 for 1'V Denver Inc. (KBTV [TV] Denver) ca Speaks, carried on WFAA -TV. the fund. Disc jockey Chuck Hamilton for $200,000 and agreement that Mr. broadcast for more than 85 consecutive Burden not compete for ...
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654. 1961-05-01-BC-OCR-Page-0131 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . International for new class B fm station to modern version of the KICN Denver, Colo. -Seeks transfer of operate on 103.7 me in San Diego, Calif. very famous 44 -BX. It is control from Don W. Burden and Dorothy F. Comr. Bartley dissented and issued state- Ideal for every studio Storz to TV Denver Inc. Consideration $200, ment in which Chmn. Minow joined. Action use, especially live music 000. Principals are John C. Mullins (50 %) April 26. and Webb and Knapp Inc. TV Denver owns pickup. The BK -IIA is KBTV (TV) Denver. Ann ...
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655. 1961-05-01-BC-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Broadcasting Anderson, W. N. Independent Television Author- Co. Washington ity, London, England Bauer, A. J. WINK Ft. Myers, Fla. Araki, Tsuneo, Tokyo Shibaura Electric Co. Lts. Baxter, Lionel F. Storer Broadcasting Co. Miami FEATURING: Kawaski, Japan Beach . HIGHER EFFICIENCY Armstrong, George W. Storz Broadcasting Co. Beach, Ross, KAYS Hays, Kan. . IMPROVED Kansas City Beadell, Walter, Gill- Perna, Chicago REGULATION Arnold, Russ, WTHI Terre Haute, Ind. Beard, Fred, WJDX-WLBT (TV) Jackson, Miss. . ADDITIONAL Arnoux, Campbell, WTAR Norfolk, Va. Beatty ...
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656. 1961-03-13-BC-OCR-Page-0101 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 4- If you want a greater selling challenge 1935. and an opportunity to increase your RADIO earnings to the high five figure, then selling broadcast equipment is for you. Situations Wanted -Management Replies confidential, of course. Send resume and photo to Box 448E, LOOKING FOR ME? BROADCASTING. Past 3 years Todd Storz, WHB, Kansas EXPERIENCED MANAGER I City, KOMA, Oklahoma City. Mature AVAILABLE 14 years radio background. Seeking new Announcers Presently vice president- general manager challenge in modern radio program- ming. Top references. Proven ability. of highly successful chain. Excellent Available immediately. George Wiley, I record of ...
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657. 1961-02-27-BC-OCR-Page-0083 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . you are a hard worker, can handle salesmen first phone, some tv transmitter experience. and really want to make good money, send Good educational and experience back- Engineering director or chief, larger AM resume today to Box 259E, BROADCAST- ground. Box 132E. BROADCASTING. operation. Seven years with Storz stations, ING. All replies confidential. three as technical director. Available im- Studio- transmitter engineer with first phone mediately. Robert Tilton, 7525 Grover Street, Local sales position available for right man wants trainee position. technical graduate. Omaha, Nebraska. with CBS station in large midwestern mar- Box ...
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658. 1961-01-23-BC-OCR-Page-0084 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Box 424D, BROAD- Washington consulting engineer offers ex- local tv guest entertainment series. Desire CASTING. cellent opportunity to capable junior con- fast paced, adult, modern music and news sulting engineer to become a senior. Staff sound utilizing all types music. No so- PD desires N.Y.C. area. Storz type program- knows of vacancy. Box 575D, BROADCAST- called "top 40" limitations please. Do tight ming. Experienced, family, references. Box ING. production show with occasional comedy 466D, BROADCASTING. drop -ins. I program my music objectively - Television transmitter engineer for south- repeat: ...
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659. 1961-01-09-BC-OCR-Page-0095 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... you perience. Creative? Cheap! Available im- pending situations. You will receive gener- need livewire dj (pol. let me out my ideas mediately. Box 424D, BROADCASTING. ous commissions which are paid promptly. to work for you. Call Chuck Howard, Wil- PD desires N.Y.C. area. Storz type program- For interview In your city, contact P.O. mington, North Carolina, RO 3 -9345. Box 1039, Studio City, California. ming. Experienced, family, references. Box Attention growing stations -lee jay- announ- 466D, BROADCASTING. cer. experienced in working 500.000 market. Talented ...
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660. 1961-11-27-BC-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... request concurrently Clara, Calf. Action Nov. 14. with proceeding in Doc. 14229 which is aimed to promote use of uhf channels. Ac- Granted petition by Broadcast Bureau and extended to Nov. 20 time to respond TRANSMITTER tion Nov. 21. to petition for reconsideration by Water - Commission addressed letter to Storz land Bcste. Corp. Fenton. Mich. which is Bcstg. Co. licensee of KOMA Oklahoma in consolidated am proceeding. Action Nov. City, Okla. in which it informed licensee 13. of apparent liability to $10.000 fine for will- Granted petition by Broadcast Bureau ful and repeated technicrl violations in- and extended to ...
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661. 1961-03-27-BC-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , state salary. P.D. position in medium or small market. Manager -working type -progressive record. Box 560E, BROADCASTING. Prefer independent willing to progress. John Fifteen years all phases radio -strong on Jack, 1402 Wynn Terrace, Arlington, Texas. local and national sales-programming, pro- Top rated disc -jockey with Storz back- motion, community service. Best references ground desires large market location. Ten Announcer, 1st phone, no maintenance, no guaranteed. East preferred. Box 518E, year experience. Box 563E, BROADCAST- car, $85. BE 7 -6821 after 5. Walter Piasecki, BROADCASTING. ING. ...
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662. 1961-03-27-BC-OCR-Page-0111 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , STATION MANAGER BROADCASTING. Executive, 49, broad experience in Radio for over 25 years. All aspects except technical. Have worked in New York and other major markets, but am familiar with the qualities of the good city Program manager for chain desires pro- of any size. gram directorship in large market. Storz Encyclopaedic knowledge of popular and show music. Familiar with, but want no working part of, background. Box 564E, BROADCASTING. rock and roll. Have headed News bureau as top area newscaster, and have done all kinds of air shows and production, from records to top names. Promotion- competent. ...
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663. 1961-04-03-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... personable; ING. and air own news and may be used as swing know people, four years selling in competi- man, announcing 2 days while working in news dept. 3 days. Versatility important. tive top 25 southern market. Seeking sales - manager position in southwest or California. Attention .. presently Storz di and news- man looking. Best references. Box 688E, Contact Dave Davis, WKRS, Waukegan. Write to Box 635E, BROADCASTING. BROADCASTING. 96 BROADCASTING, April 3, 1961 ...
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664. 1961-01-16-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , California. Production- Programming, Others Can promote your station to No. one. Major market disk-jockey desires P.D. experience in a medium market. For the station which will be satisfied with nothing but the very best. Available March 6th. Box 424D, BROAD- CASTING. PD desires N.Y.C. area. Storz type program- ming. Experienced, family, references. Box 466D, BROADCASTING. Operations, or station manager: Program- ming expert. Operations manager west coast market. Consistent first Hooper, Pulse as proof. Program consultant. Sales background, (If larger space is needed, please attach separate copy) ...
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665. 1961-01-16-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... adlibs, gim- mix, letters, patter, etc. $5.00-Show -Biz Field intensity meter RCA type 308 -B. Com- Comedy Service (Dept. DJ -4) , 65 Parkway plete with loop and vibrator supply. Best Court. Brooklyn 35, N. Y. offer. Reply to Technical Director, Storz Broadcasting Company, Omaha, Nebraska. NEWS DIRECTOR Complete remote television unit consisting RADIO of: Three DuMont I.O. field chains #258, Multi-award- winner. More than 20 #260, #231 with all accessory equipment. years' journalism experience, in- RCA microwave system, TTR -1B transmitter Help Wanted ...
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... accommodate rainbow. Other important stations to adapt to the new sound were Radio away from the honte has de- hrt t miniinns, foi that was where veloped more muscle in the past five In lord and worked. those of Storer Broadcasting Co. years. The greatest strength has been ? 'lough Inc. \facLendon Co. Storz Felt in production and sales of tran- Days of daring Broadcasting Co. and others. They Ihrew the weight Of their group hold - sistors and portables, according to I II I I l wge, ct e expel iincnlal NN iugs behind new ventures in radio the EII \ . I 960 was the biggest ...
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... plus jewelry, bread. dend Bonded gas, First Federal Savings car, dairy, stationery, banking firms. Omaha headquarters of the agency of $1,000 for a florist and a clothing services 24 radio accounts, most of store to highs of $124,000 for Safeway. them local. Budgets range front lows 5103,000 for Storz Brewing each year. ...
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668. 1962-09-24-BC-OCR-Page-0061 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... why does this radio sound different in Kansas City and St. Louis? because of Storz Storz Station concepts with a regional flair give (Reference: Every survey taken during that period.) KXOK the largest audience of any independent St. Storz Station concepts (originally a product of the Louis radio station. (Reference: Pulse) Heart of America) .. make radio different and Storz Station concepts with a regional flair have more productive for advertisers .. not only in given WHB nine consecutive years of unrelieved, St. Louis and Kansas City .. but in four other unchallenged dominance of the Kansas City area. leading ...
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669. 1962-02-26-BC-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... commentary. Nearly Television Journalism. This material would not be broadcast Mr. Yauch said the committee also 100 Detroit citizens interested in Listen- unless specifically approved by ABA er's Lobby signed the advertisement. met last week with representatives of and local bar associations and would the bench and bar from Texas and Honored Arthur C. Storz Sr. board be turned over to the ABA. Colorado and will discuss with other chairman of Storz Brewing Co. Omaha, During the hearing Feb. 18, the ABA representatives their experiences in Neb. has been named recipient of committee heard arguments for repeal court coverage. He said a transcript of KMTV (TV's) award ...
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670. 1962-10-01-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Situations Wanted- (Coned) Situations Wanted- (Coned) Situations Wanted-(Cont'd) Announcers Announcers Production- Programming, Others Format top 40 personality jock. Six years Play by play baseball. Former professional Solid newsman seeks major market chal- experience with Plough, Bartell, Storz. pitcher, college graduate, 32, author of book lenge. Over two years McLendon college Past year morning man Storz. Number one and articles, experienced in all sports pro- degree. Box 707P, BROADCASTING. hooper and pulse. Also automation pro- duction, interviews on 3 stations, can do gramming expert. Strong on ideas ...
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671. 1962-01-01-BC-OCR-Page-0052 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the station made structed its staff to draw up an order readers to watch television and decide it difficult to establish correct power denying the application of the micro- for themselves who is correct. levels at the monitoring points but that wave company to carry tv signals from "Someday," he declared, "it might Storz Broadcasting Co. licensee of Billings, Casper- Cheyenne and Idaho occur to the tv executives that a few KOMA, was working with the engineers Falls to community antenna systems in hours of the best live performances to overcome the technical problems. Riverton, Lander and Thermopolis, each week might be good for their pub- ...
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672. 1962-12-10-BC-OCR-Page-0128 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Manager, references. Box 531R, BROADCASTING. WKJK, Box 155, Granite Falls, North Caro- Top rated good music station in southern lina. California coast market of over 200,000 has Mature, authoritative deejay who wants to opening for experienced, aggressive, stable grow with solid upstate New York station. Modern formula Storz -WLS type morning salesman. Salary plus 25% over monthly We have a new proven format for local deejay for number one pulse rated 5,000 billing of $2,000. Box 56111, BROADCAST- radio. Excellent working conditions. If watt station. Must know pop music and ING. you're ambitious and sincere about a ...
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673. 1962-05-14-BC-OCR-Page-0125 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Equipment Co. owned WQAM until Electrical WPAX operated with 10 w. In 1961, WPAX was sold to Radio Thom- asville Inc. Don Price, president, and 1928, when the station was taken over is operated on 1240 kc with 250 w. by Mid -Continent Broadcasting Co. KGU Honolulu, Hawaii- Advertiser Storz Broadcasting Co. acquired the Publishing Co. began broadcasting with station in 1956. WQAM had been 100 w in May 1922. The station's using 560 kc since 1929, and 5 kw day original frequency was 940 kc, then with 1 kw night since 1941. 750 kc and now 760 kc. It operates ...
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674. 1962-05-14-BC-OCR-Page-0090 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - having bought the station in 1932. ing it to KOWH. National Weekly Inc. fore a KNBC San Francisco micro- Fred Christian, an electrical engineer, bought it from Mid- Continent Broad- phone in the library of his home at put together a 5 w transmitter in his casting Co. (now Storz Radio) in 1957, Palo Alto to deliver the final address Hollywood bedroom and Sept. 10, 1920 adopting the present KMEO letters. of his 1928 campaign. His address was kickoff day for 6ADZ, predecessor KMO Format KMO Tacoma, was carried coast to coast by NBC. of KNX Los Angeles. Mr ...
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675. 1962-05-07-BC-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - Kansas City 9, Missouri. ground in radio, combined with some sales experience. Also, must be aggres- c ÌUIIIIII1811151111111111111I1u8111 118t146811!IIIng8119111101W81U,9t Be prepared. First class F.C.C. license in six weeks. Top quality theory and labora- sive, responsible, and with a deep de- á ROD RODDY Ex Storz- ABC-West- tory training. Elkins Radio License School sire to sell equipment. Excellent start- inghouse personality available for short of Atlanta, 1139 Spring St. N.W. Atlanta, ing salary with an attractive incentive term major market vacation engage- Georgia. 5 ments starting May I after closing in program and all travel expenses ...
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676. 1962-03-26-BC-OCR-Page-0131 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Victor, New York Riddell, James G. ABC, Hollywood Sammons, Elizabeth, KSCJ, KTIV (TV) Sioux City Q Riddle, Lindsey, WDSU New Orleans Sample, Joseph S. KOOK Billings, Mont. Quaal, Ward L. WGN, Inc. Chicago Riddleberger, Stephen C. ABC, New York Sampson, Jack S. Storz Broadcasting Co. Okla. Quarton, William B. WMT Cedar Rapids, Iowa Ridgeway, Frank B. WEBR Buffalo, N. Y. City Quello, James H. WiR Detroit Rifkin, M. J. Ziv- United Artists, Inc. New York Samuels, Hartley L. Samuels Stations, Charles- Quentin, Chas. F. KRNT ...
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677. 1962-01-22-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... The date was January 10. The occasion, Chet Huntley Y Reported M KMTV's Television Award Dinner. The purpose, to honor an Omahan .. .. Arthur C. Storz who had performed outstanding public service. The annual Award was created in 1958 to "encourage still more effective use of Television Public Service." Ask any Petry man about KMTV's image in Omaha. He'll probably add that "absolutely nothing gets into so many Omaha -Lincoln homes as often as KMTV." KMTV AWARD BANQUET 8 BROADCASTING, January 22, 1962 ...
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678. 1962-05-14-BC-OCR-Page-0129 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... on the air April 15, 1922. NEWS STATION The station had 500 w. In 1929, it was assigned 860 kc. The late Charles R. Cook purchased the outlet in 1930 and it was licensed to the Cook Paint & Varnish Co. In 1948, WHB moved to 710 kc with 10 kw. Storz Broad- casting Co. bought the station in 1954. KSD St. Louis, Mo. Licensed on i March 14, 1922, to the Pulitzer Pub- NATIONAL lishing Co. KSD operated as the Post - Dispatch radio station. Initial power HEADLINER was 20 w. The station began operating early on 550 kc and ...
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679. 1962-07-30-BC-OCR-Page-0044 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... WDOK -AM -FM Two Miami broadcasters in- ually. dulged in a little horseplay last Howard P. Abrahams, vice presi- Cleveland, Ohio. week when WFUN, a Rounsaville dent for local sales, cited fashion shows as an area where it might be done. Larger color screens station, asked WQAM, a Storz station, to make good on an air Tie -in advertising built around a tv available from TNT offer. fashion show, he noted, can help re- Ted Clark, disc jockey of tailers to sell more goods and at the Theatre Network Television Inc. an- nounces the availability of what it calls WFUN ...
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680. 1962-07-02-BC-OCR-Page-0039 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... fall the FCC charged KOMA LEADS IN Director Harry Andrews by the Indiana Farm -City with the violations and proposed a ACCEPTANCE Committee, is but one of many indications that WIBC $10,000 fine (BROADCASTING, Nov. 7, is succeeding in being a truly good neighbor. Agencies 1961) . The station, owned by Storz concerned with community service have recognized Broadcasting Co. replied that its viola- WIBC countless times over many years for its civic tions were not "willful or repeated" and conscience. maintained a fine should not be im- posed (BROADCASTING, Jan. 1) . In its order reducing the fine, the Being ...
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681. 1962-07-09-BC-OCR-Page-0079 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 125,000. Terms. 3. NORTHWEST. Metropolitan market. Day- W Q ^4G Greensboro. N. C. Granted re- 27. time. Absentee owned. Asking $100,000. mote control authority. By memorandum opinion Ss order, com- 29% down. Following stations were granted exten- mission ordered Storz Co. to forfeit 4. CALIFORNIA. Metropolitan market. Day- ions of completion dates as shown: WBCI- $5,000 to government for repeated failure to time. Asking $125,000. 29% down. FM Williamsburg, Va. to Dec. 7; WDRN operate station KOMA Oklahoma City, Okla. (FM ...
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682. 1962-08-20-BC-OCR-Page-0099 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - personality on the air. Consider ability body for strength and stability. Box 200P, liable, authorative sound. Veteran, will re- first, experience second. Send resume and BROADCASTING. locate. Box 231P, BROADCASTING. requirements to Box 214P, BROADCAST ING. Sales promotion, young man, ex- Storz, Announcer, 23' years in small market would available September. Army release. Box like to re- locate in Indiana or any neigh- Northeast VHF network affiliate seeks com- 202P, BROADCASTING. boring state. Box 232P, BROADCSTING. bination film editor, floor manager, camera- man. Send complete ...
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683. 1962-06-18-BC-OCR-Page-0085 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... seeks progressive, promotion - includes sales, copy, public relations, news. Longboat Key, Florida. minded station or tv combination. Experi- No noise stations please) Box 437M, BROAD- enced all phases radio including pplay -by- CASTING. Attention Managers. Stanley Mack, top - man rated personality with Storz stations, 5!S Box 84M, BROADCASTINGroductíon DJ, announcer, fast production. Married, not years, Mpls. Kansas City, now at liberty. a prima donna nor floater. Authoritative Ready to locate with swinging station. Top New or used. Top c/w dj- musician seeking news. Box ...
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684. RD-1962-January-OCR-Page-0076 [Radio Daily]
... w Y o r k concert, to- Ch. 12 color programs in the U. S. con- tinue to rise. d a y f o l l o w i n g a t o u r of Japan get SHOPPER-TOPP KMTV Pubserv Prize MERCHANDISING N A B Revamping Board Radio Reveals Presented to Storz (Continued from Page 11 Select any p r o g r a m or spots f r o m avails on a 1 3 - w e e k b u d g e t , a n d SH T P WRDtf- Omaha — A r t h u r C. Storz, Sr. ...
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685. RD-1962-January-OCR-Page-0040 [Radio Daily]
... 5-minute p r o g r a m man of the H u m a n Genetics De- .Murray. Music composed and Buffalo- Wayne Stitt, one of the today called "Men of Destiny." p a r t m e n t at Michigan U. and Dr. conducted by Georgie Stoll. original Storz air personalities of The series highlights the impor- D. E. Boblitt, professor in the Ra- Produced and directed by WHB, Kansas City, recently re- tant events in the lives of the most diology D e p a r t m e n t . William Martin. Narration signed from that ...
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686. RD-1962-October-OCR-Page-0194 [Radio Daily]
... e 1961 J o n e s h a s less a n organization has w o r k e d b e e n g e n e r a l s a l e s m a n a g e r of o v e r a long term t o create public radio WHB, the Storz Broadcast- trust in a n y c o m m u n i c a t i o n e m a n - ing S t a t i o n in K a n s a s City. ating f r o m it . . . there is a trend THE ASSOCIATED PRE! ...
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687. RD-1962-August-OCR-Page-0148 [Radio Daily]
... agencies. AB-PT MARVIN KIRSCH : Assoc. P u b l - G e n M g r . 32 303,4 31 — % holm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Helsinki, Berlin, • A. T. & T 1 1 2 % 111V4 1 1 1 % Amsterdam a n d London. JACK SANDLER, VP Storz Stations, left ARTHUR PERLES Editor AVCO 23 223/4 23%+ 1/8 • via Pan Am for tour of Africa. CBS 37% 37% 37% ARTHUR SIMON : : : Advertising Mgr. C O N N I E MITCHELL, W B B M vocalist, leav- • Columbia ...
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688. 1963-06-17-BC-OCR-Page-0113 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Port Allen, across the Missis- kets in the nation. cational institutions-Tulane and Loyola sippi from downtown Baton Rouge. More Transit Facilities Tied closely Radio registers best of all media at New Orleans check -out counters. . and what radio does best in New Orleans .. WTIX does better Why? Because WTIX is a STORZ station, with pudding? Pulse* shows WTIX first in the morning; Storz Station ideas, news concepts, features, en- tied for first in the afternoon. Hooper ** shows tertainment and community service, all custom - WTIX first morning and afternoon. Let your tailored to the special needs of the ...
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689. 1963-07-01-BC-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , $1.00 charge for mailing (Forward remittance separatrl. please, All transcriptions. [Antos. a.. sent to box number, are sent al owner's risk aosnrsrnun nnressly repudiates am liability or re.pons,bilits for their custody or return RADIO Help Wanted-(Coit'd) I kip Wanted-(Cunt'd) Help Wanted -Management Sales Announcers Storz Broadcasting WDGY Minneapolis Southern California, immediate opening for Sales Manager wanted. Top opportunity in seeking tapes jock quality air work a must solid salesman, capable of management, 100.000 market. Midwest. Need idea man who and first ticket. Join one of America's with top station multiple chain. Good is real driver. ...
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690. 1963-01-14-BC-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... -2625. Not chief capabilities yet. Box 74A, BROAD- dj- personality -plus, in another major mar- CASTING. ket, wants to come home. Dynamic air I'm a deejay with 41 years experience. I salesman & natural wit. Versatile pro. votes, Eight years experience switching, video, (Storz- Sweet) Will consider all. Box 121A, cast p ballotoforme. (Paid for byothe your ballot microwaves, maintenance, remotes, 2 years BROADCASTING. supervisor, 1st phone. Box 83A, BROAD- people for Colombo Committee) . Joe Colombo, 1325 A Peters Blvd. Bay Shore, CASTING. Ambitious ...
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691. 1963-11-11-BC-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) . ASCAP has been expected PAM seeks court order to push for higher rates. against USDA service All- industry committeemen at the session, held Wednesday in New York, A private news service has asked a were Chairman Mason; George W. federal court for an injunction against Armstrong, Storz Stations; Robert D. the Department of Agriculture, AT &T Enoch, wxt,W Indianapolis; Herbert E. and Secretary of Agriculture Orville Evans, Peoples Broadcasting Stations; Freeman to prevent the Agriculture De- John J. Heywood, WLw Cincinnati; J. partment from furnishing its farm mar- Allen Jensen, ...
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692. 1963-02-25-BC-OCR-Page-0052 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... City- Bristol, Current ASCAP radio licenses expire Committee members in addition to Tenn. Now in 24 markets. Dec. 31 of this year; BMI licenses ex- Chairman Mason are George W. Arm- Bourbon Street Beat ( Warner Bros. pire March 11, 1964. In the last nego- strong, Storz Stations, vice chairman; Elliott M. Sanger, WQXR New York, Tv) : Sold to KTNT-TV Tacoma -Seat- tiations, Mr. Mason's committee won tle and WJHL -TV Johnson City -Bristol, reductions averaging about 9% in both treasurer; Robert D. Enoch, WXLW Tenn. Now in 14 markets ...
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693. 1963-01-21-BC-OCR-Page-0087 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , New Mexico. di- personality -plus, in another major mar- and benefits. Box 235A, BROADCASTING. ket, wants to come home. Dynamic air Radio production supervisor for WNBF salesman & natural wit. Versatile pro. Immediate opening for chief engineer at am -fm. Experienced in production, music, (Storz- Sweet) Will consider all. Box 121A, 5,000 watt am -fm station. Must be able to etc. essential. Send resume, salary require- BROADCASTING. handle all maintenance. Engineer with ments and date available to Program Di- ability to maintain and install Multiplex rector, WNBF -Radio. 50 Front ...
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694. Television-1963-Jan-OCR-Page-0072 [Television Magazine]
... , which marked a startling de- passing years. and buzzing into prominence came a parture l'rom existing nenrnrk radio 11 1\FW was also an innovator in news. group of so-called "young Turks," of policies, included revisions of rates and Radio, since the 30s, had been active in whom Todd Storz, Gerald Bartell and network option time and offered adver- this area, especially in the use of com- Gordon \fcLenc\on were, perhaps, most tisers a complete freedom of choice as mentators, but the importance of news outstanding. t.o how many or how few markets to use. was never ...
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695. Television-1963-Jan-OCR-Page-0073 [Television Magazine]
... Lhing from a st uru LO a giveaway. Broad- ping or soothing (depending on whether works news was the lifesaver. For the caxt ers st i l l Lalk about the more than you were a Storz or \< \/ right man) tarn- networks, programming to a wide swath SI00,000 treasure hunts th.u SLOrz pro- alizing recipe, could not be mass-pro- o[ stations, had to steer clear of extreme mot ed in Omaha and i\finneapolis-St. duced. formulas. Paul. Daily clues were given 011 the air But station owners by the dozens, ABC Radio's vice president Robert and frarnic ...
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696. TVRA-1963-08-06-OCR-Page-0044 [TV Radio Age]
... direct; constant stuffy Hamm's (beer) , C -M; Heileman's (beer) , feeling from What? Haven't you heard about M -E; Bank of America (BankAmericard) , ,Ferro, Mohammed and Schwartz? Johnson & Lewis; Northwestern Mutual (in- inasal congestion. surance) , MMH &H ; Storz Brewing (beer) , Bozell & Jacobs; So. California & So. Coun- ties Gas Co. (gas) , M -E; Max Factor (lip- stick) , direct. In production: Foremost (dairy products) , GBB; Ralst n (breakfast food) , GBB; Zenith ( ...
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697. 1964-04-20-BC-OCR-Page-0117 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Westbury, N. Y. joined Entron in March 1962. Edward L. Oesterle appointed finan- Todd Storz, group founder, dies cial and administrative VP of Califone - Roberts Electronics, division of Rheem Todd Storz, Corps during World War II. Fol- Manufacturing Co. Los Angeles. He lowing release from military service 39, president had been systems and procedures man- he entered radio as announcer-sales- ager in corporate comptroller's depart- and chief op- erating officer man- engineer at KWBW Hutchinson, ment at Richmond, Calif. Kan. (1945) , served as announcer- of Storz Broad- Wyatt McDaniel appointed television ...
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698. 1964-08-17-BC-OCR-Page-0099 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Suggest to Bud Armstrong that radio business, and still be successful and still might be a great place to turn a fast buck and you've just made your- Make it sound well thought of." Good radio today, Mr. Armstrong self an enemy. As executive vice president of the Storz Stations and general manager of good and says, calls for a broad base of popular music-"like the stock in the soup" - plus strong personalities and entertain- won Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Armstrong ing contests or promotions. may be considered one of the new gen- eration in broadcasting, but he's a vet ...
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699. 1964-05-11-BC-OCR-Page-0020 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... PRESIDENT BROADCASTING PUBLICATIONS INC. SOL TAISHOFF OPEN MIKE VICE PRESIDENT MAURY LONG VICE PRESIDENT EDWIN H. JAMES VICE PRESIDENT WismIEW R. LEVI SECRETARY TREASURER LAWRENCE B. TAISHOFF B. T. TAISHOFF A Todd Storz memorial? WWD& COMPTROLLER IRVING C. MILLER ASST. TREASURER JOANNE T. COWAN EDITOR: Sometimes we can't see the salutes trees for the forest. Imadcastînq Such is the case with the passing of Todd Storz. You, of course, know that Washington's Executive and publication headquarters: BROADCASTING -TELECASTING Bldg. 1735 DeSales Street, N.W. Washington, D. C. ZIP code I was with Todd when he first started the company ...
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700. 1964-05-25-BC-OCR-Page-0014 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... OPEN MIKE Support for memorial EDITOR: AS ONE WHO HAS PROSPERED THROUGH APPLICATION OF THE TODD STORZ CONCEPT, I HEARTILY ENDORSE JACK SANDLER'S SUGGESTION (BROAD- CASTING, MAY 11) OF A FITTING MEMO- RIAL TO THAT GREAT BROADCASTER: Charles A. Sprague, vice president and operations manager, WLAV Grand Rap- ids, Mich. EDITOR: .. Todd Storz was ridiculed, but no less feared, when he took over wnoY.. He breathed a whole new life into both the state of the art and the Twin Cities that remains today. I know. I worked for his competition. He was equally disliked in Oklahoma City ...
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