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601. 1957-06-10-BC-OCR-Page-0100 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . META. but no agreements have been merly program manager of WHB Kansas Katz found its man in Mr. Pearson, who reached. In turn, others -not necessarily bidders are talking to META concerning the use of - City. in addition to his program managership at This move, reportedly the first of its Todd Storz' WHB has also had extensive kind in the annals of :station representation, on -air experience at WHB and KOWH its present existing facilities. Understood to was taken "because of the critical impor- Omaha. Mr. Pearson, the Katz Agency said, be "very interested" in META's physical tance of ...
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602. 1957-06-24-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... This morning from 3 E. 54th St. . . and ing (19.0 %) , first in the afternoon (19.0 %) from offices in Chicago, St. Louis, Boston, Los and first all day. Angeles and San Francisco, the Adam Young men are out with new data on New Orleans Storz Station programming ideas and excite- radio. ment have created a new New Orleans listening habit, with new time-buying habits to match. They have a new Hooper which shows WTIX If the Adam Young man doesn't call you to even further ahead with 24.2% all -day average tell you more, you call him. ...
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603. 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
604. 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
605. 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
606. 1957-06-24-BC-OCR-Page-0050 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... to paid programming, Hatch, CALL Salt Lake City, reported KIMA Yakima, Wash.; John M. Outler, comparative data will be obtained for a chairman of the Radio Transmission WSB Atlanta; Harold Hough, WBAP Fort substantial segment of homes, possibly as Tariff Committee on the impact of technical Worth; Todd Storz, KOWH Omaha, Neb.; many as 300. Selection of an original sample and economical changes in the reappraisal J. Frank Jarman, WDNC Durham, N. C.; of, say, 1,500 homes out of the 7,800 in the of AT&T line charges. J. R. Livesay ...
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607. 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
... 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 ...
26 Jun 2013  -  57k
... /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 Todd Storz 9/19/55 Horace Nicholson Stovin 6/9 /47 Ellen Louis Sulzberger Straus 8/28/78 Nathan Straus 2/21/44 0 Ronald Peter Straus 2/12/62 Theodore Cyler Streibert 1/8 /45 Arthur Campbell Stringer 11/20/44 O Hunt Stromberg Jr. ...
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610. 1957-07-08-BC-OCR-Page-0091 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Please send aircheck. like you just can't hardly find no more. Top pay. unlimited opportunities with America's Staff announcer. Must have good voice and most successful radio group. Send tape and re- Salesman. Michigan. Major independent. Real solid experience. Top Montana station. Forty sume to Bill Stewart -The Storz Stations, 820 opportunity for solid successful producer. Salary hours. Profit sharing, two weeks' vacation, ex- Kilpatrick Building. Omaha, Nebraska. plus. Box 157A, BT. cellent salary. Contact Assistant Manager, /SIBS Great Falls, Montana. Terhniral Radio salesman for independent in regional market. ...
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611. 1957-07-15-BC-OCR-Page-0109 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... bright sounding josh disides Guyer, General Manager. B.T. like you just can't hardly find no more. Top pay, unlimited opportunities with America s Sales Announcer -copywriter, mature voice, minimum most successful radio group. Send tape and re- two years experience network affiliate. $75 start. gime to Bill Stewart-The Storz Stations, 820 Periodic raises, retirement plan, benefits. Send Kilpatrick Building, Omaha, Nebraska. sales manager in New York-New Jersey metro- tape, letter. Box 471A. B.T. politan area. Must be a go-getter. Storecasting and background music field. Commission basis. Combination announcer -engineer with first class ...
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612. 1957-09-02-BC-OCR-Page-0056 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , is owned WREX -TV cialist and a station exploitation specialist concentrating their entire efforts in the by WSM Inc. a subsidiary of National Life & Accident Insurance Co. E. W. Craig is 704 eft field." Mr. Moudy joins ABN Tuesday. He formerly was vice president and engineer- ing director for the Storz stations [13T, board chairman and John H. DeWitt Jr. is president of WSM Inc. sales power! Aug. 19] . WKST -TV to Join ABC-TV WKST -TV New Castle, Pa. will become - WREX -TV, "The Viewers' Choice" DELIVERS your message to the buyers MBS Names Wagner ...
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613. 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
614. 1957-09-02-BC-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Steams, producer of NBC-TV's. Herbert S. Dolgoff, series, Record Hop. Sat. 4 -5:30 p.m. Arthur Murray Party (Mon. 9:30 -10 p.m.) , lawyer in private practice Howard Holderness, president of Jefferson has been named executive producer with in Omaha, Neb. to Storz Standard Life Insurance Co. and member of American Broadcasting Network for un- Stations. Omaha, as gen- board of directors of Jefferson Standard specified daily hour live musical program. eral counsel. Broadcasting Co. (WBT Charlotte, N. C.; WBTV [TV] Charlotte, and WBTV Flor- ...
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615. 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
616. 1957-09-16-BC-OCR-Page-0144 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - quarter hours day.. WTIX is first in 266. Thus a new dimension of dominance is added to don't WTIX's continuing-and widening leadership among New Orleans' 11 radio stations. belong The most recent (July -August) Hooper shows WTIX in first place with 23.3 70-over twice the runner-up station's 11.1% . to WTIX. Storz Station round -the-clock excitement and ideas have created a new New Orleans listening habit, with new time -buying habits to match. Spare the Adam Young man a little time out of your day to tell you why you get nothing but good times out of WTIX's day. Or, talk to WTIX general man- The ...
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617. 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
618. 1957-09-30-BC-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ; aggressive salesmanship, and ad- herence to a firm rate card. Then Mr. MR. LABUNSKI MR. McLENDON Labunski added: It takes five airlines and as many "The very things which Gordon McLen- network rates that the whole economic fu- railroads to criss -cross huge, hus- don. Todd Storz and others are doing to ture of radio could be threatened." tling KEL -O -LAND. It takes more assure local radio a future are substantially He launched a highly critical attack than a million people to ring up the same things which American Broadcast- of network spot practices. As an example, ing is ...
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619. 1957-11-11-BC-OCR-Page-0110 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Wishes to relocate for 58-on! Box 889B, Gal Friday, available, experience in program BROADCASTING. Negro di, 26 years. Married, stable. Three years department. Ambitious, will travel. Box 869B, experience. Can supply best references. Trained BROADCASTING. Experienced radio-tv salesman. Strictly on com- in Storz programming. Strong on news and mission basis. No salary, no advance, no draw. ad -lib. Want to get ahead. Midwest, north pre- Reliable married man desires steady position as If you want new accounts, greater volume, ferred-no deep south. Tape and resume on news -sports director or ...
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620. 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
621. 1957-11-18-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the morning, first in the afternoon, and first all day with 21.1 % . Hooper continues to give WTIX top audience share in every time period, with a first place 24.1% all-day average. First place Hooper quarter hours: 200 out of 220. First place Pulse quarter hours: 281 out of 288. Storz Station programming ideas and excitement have created a new New Orleans listening habit, which in turn is producing a new New Orleans time-buying habit. Next time the Young man calls, make him tell you the WTIX story. Better still, give him a call-or talk to WTIX General Manager Fred Berthelson. WTIX first and ...
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622. 1957-11-25-BC-OCR-Page-0112 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... cidently, I specialize in independent radio, the kind that's No. 1 everywhere in audience and ture available upon request. Box 120C, BROAD- CASTING. Staff announcer. Nationally top -rated di per- pect Cote St Fritz Van Duyse, ee CdilaMihian -9218. profits. The writer is a responsible, Fast moving Storz style negro di ready for west man who hasn't climbed high enough energeticas yet. sonality. Knows music, artists. Experienced in radio, tv, board work, news, good voice, smooth coast. Contact Chet Whiteside, 105 Ashworth Box 139C, BROADCASTING. delivery, program ideas, gimmicks. First phone ...
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623. 1957-12-02-BC-OCR-Page-0097 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Transmitter watch must have several years announcing experience, 198C, BROADCASTING. duties to spell other technicians. Immediate open- sales experience. must be married, must have car. ing. Group insurance program. WJIS, Beckley. Send tape, resume and photo. Box 157C, BROAD- Energetic family man announcer with Storz- West Virginia. CASTING. Noemac ability and cooperative personality to work with growing Texas chain of stations. Technical supervisor take charge well equipped Wealth of experience not needed. Tape and am -fin operation. New Gates kilowatt am. GE tin Soler resume first leter. Box 201C, BROADCASTING. transmitters, remote controlled ...
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624. 1958-01-20-BC-OCR-Page-0112 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Thomas Whitley named acting Mr. Oleske will be in charge of newly- station manager of WYDE Birmingham, Jack Stapp, formerly P. formed CBS News financial department. and Michael Secrest, formerly program pro- program manager of WSM. Jerome B. Golden, as- Nashville, to WKDA that duction director of Storz and Johns Sta- sociated with American tions, named WYDE program director. city as vice president and Broadcasting - Paramount general manager, succeed- WAKE, WILD and WYDE are all Bartell Theatres legal department ing Harvey Glascock. Mr. stations. and previously with Para- Glascock moves to New James C. Dowell ...
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625. 1958-02-03-BC-OCR-Page-0102 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Experi- mand. Salary second to opportunity. Herb Tokla, in northeast with transmitter staff of 6, requires enced. Box 916C, BROADCASTING. 21 Cutler Street, Worcester 4, Massachusetts. assistant transmitter supervisor. Must be tech- nically qualified in measurement and mainte- Hot Jock!! Top Pulse rated Storz- Noemac type Technical nance of W transmission equipment. Character josh- diskie. Wide awake morning man. with and technical references required with applica- contagious personality. Conscientious. Brightest tion. Box 690B, BROADCASTING. sounding show ever. Top 40's preferred. Box Experienced radio -tv engineer first class license 922C, ...
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626. 1958-02-10-BC-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ) . Sherman H. Dryer, head of a tv produc- $35,000. Otherwise, the expenses are to be Dr. John W. Taylor, executive director of - paid by the board. tion firm bearing his name and ONSET the Chicago Educational Television Assn. board member, claims ONSET "patrons" Todd Storz, president of Mid -Continent, noted that FCC regulations require that the and commercial tv sponsors differ because attributed the donation of the station for source of the program, and of its funds, be the former are accepted by invitation only educational purposes to his firm's "interest clearly stated, `which we do in ...
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627. 1958-02-24-BC-OCR-Page-0189 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Sheridan Inc. (B . W. Curry Jr. WWEZ New Orleans, La. Seeks assignment president); consideration $72,800. Announced from WWEZ Radio Inc. to Mid-Continent Bcstg. Feb. 13. Co. (Todd Stolz, president) for $490,000. Other KCSR Chadron, Neb. Granted transfer of con- Storz stations are WHB Kansas City, WDGY trol from Rachel R. and Robert W. Fouse to Minneapolis -St. Paul and WQAM Miami. An- William H. Finch; consideration $8,179 for re- nounced Feb. 17. maining 60.31% stock. Announced Feb. 13. WOTW-AM -FM Nashua, N ...
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628. 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
629. 1958-02-24-BC-OCR-Page-0192 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... supervision, maintenance, and some operation. CASTING. Box 24913. BROADCASTING. Combo, 2nd phone, 25, deep resonant voice. col- lege graduate, vet. Attending O'Connell Tech- By golly!!! If you can find a better morning man, hire him! First. hear tape of hot Storz, nical Institute. Write: 731 45th Ave. San Fran- cisco. TELEVISION Noemac jock with Pulse proven magnetic au- dience appeal. The Utopia of showmanship. 3rd phone, 5 years. college, need job now. Will Situations Wanted Box 279D, BROADCASTING. travel. Wayne Schutte, 613 E. ...
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630. 1958-03-03-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... interest. counsel Robert W. Rawson and Herbert Upon formation of Biscayne Tv Corp. M. Schulkind are working with Warren WQAM, which had been owned by Miami Ziv Television Programs, New York, re- Baum and others in Office of Network portedly is adding 11 new representatives Herald (Knight) was sold to Todd Storz Study in preparation for vital proceedings. for $850,000 [BROADCASTING, July 23, 56] . to its sales staff, in line with expansion They feel Network Study men are partial, move embodying new sales approach: Ziv Sun Ray would also lease radio portion of fear Messrs. Rawson and Schulkind may Biscayne ...
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631. 1958-03-03-BC-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... leaders discussing ways to increase effectiveness clear for agencies and advertisers to take fresh look at of programming. Page 74. working relationships and compensation methods. AAAA reserves comment until it completes analysis of study. Page 35. Disc-Jockey Rally -First nationwide assembly of record maestros to be held next weekend at Kansas City under auspices of Storz Stations. Busy program planned. Page 76. Spot Tv Spending at New High -TvB figures show spot television expenditures gained almost 13% in 1957 over 1956, reaching $448,734,000; says January business ran L.A. Toll Tv Withdrawal -Skiatron, Telemeter ask city ahead and February will be better. Page 43. council ...
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632. 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
633. 1958-03-17-BC-OCR-Page-0041 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of community identification Ray Katz, WMGM New York program ratings, but let's not hype ourselves-results for the station and the disc jockey himself, director, urged the delegates to establish from sponsors must have equal importance. "except possibly on a very temporary basis." close liaison with programming heads. Pro- "The Storz, McLendon, Bartell, Plough Mr. Krelstein cited the need for "ear ap- gram Director Don Keyes of the McLen- groups and other smart independents have peal and urgency" for the station which don Stations said the d.j. should recognize been successful not only by being influential should program major elements of ...
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634. 1958-04-07-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... spotlights the trend: nearly one-third of the New Orleans audience. WTIX is first every daytime quarter -hour . The dominance of WTIX can mean your domi- and first in 462 of all 504 quarters.* nance, too. Spend a quarter -hour or so with Adam Young, or talk to WTIX General Man- Storz Station audience -centered programming ager, Fred Berthelson. *Jan: Feb. 6 A.M. midnight goes from strength to strength in 11- station New Orleans. Day after day more people switch to WTIX and are held there by warm, first WTIX .. and getting firster in 11- station friendly, enthusiastic professional air ...
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635. 1958-04-07-BC-OCR-Page-0076 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Frank H. Ford Sr. for $110,000 plus $50,000 to Mr. Ford plus WIDE, WWEZ NEW ORLEANS, LA. A PRINCIPAL DEFENSE other considerations, mainly management WTIX given as a gift by Mid -Continent ARSENAL OF THE NATION! contracts to keep on Frank H. Ford Sr. Broadcasting Co. (Todd Storz, president) Frank H. Ford Jr. and William Ford (last to Orleans Parish School Board, to be uti- MISSILES.. In McGregor, 9 miles west of the KCEN two, sons of Frank Sr.) in advisory and con- lized at reduced hours as an educational tower, North American ...
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636. 1958-04-21-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Fla, Floyd, Joe, KELO Sioux Falls, S. D. Doherty Richard P. Tv -Radio Management Fogarty, Frank P. WOW -AM-TV Omaha. Neb. Corp. Washington, D. C. Ford, Nancy, KBET -TV Sacramento, Calif. Dolberg, Glenn R. BMI, New York Dolgoff, Herb, Storz Stations, Omaha, Neb. Foster, Joe B. KTBS -TV Shreveport. La. Dolph, Robert H. KFTM Ft. Morgan, Colo. Fox, Bill. KFMB -TV San Diego Dorsey, Eugene C. WVLN -AM -FM Olney, Ill. Fox, Revill J. Revill J. Fox & Co. Denver Dougherty, ...
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637. 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
638. 1958-05-12-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Now, WTIX General Manager Fred WTIX first .. and getting firster .. more than ever, the big New Orleans Berthelson. and now 20 times more buy is WTIX -the station which even powerful with 5,000 watts on 690 kc. Jan -Feb. 6 a.m. before the change was more popular midnight NEW ORLEANS TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT - TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING -r c i HOME OFFICE OMAHA, NEBRASKA i WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR 8. CO ...
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639. 1958-05-12-BC-OCR-Page-0020 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 294,100 last year. A vital economic factor that a lot of stations are banning rock and in Memphis, the Negro is elevating his roll just because it is rock and roll and be- EDITOR: standard of living, his income, his buying power. cause adults don't like it. I read the story where Storz stations are According to a 129 -city survey, Memphis What segment of the audience are we using a new rate policy [STATIONS, April 28] . ranks first in ratio of total Negro income to trying to capture? The 40 -to-60 -years -olds? . . . Most, if not all, of the ...
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640. 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
641. 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
642. 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
643. 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
644. 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
645. 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
646. 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
647. 1958-06-09-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the big New Orleans buy THE NEW WTIX NEW ORLEANS is WTIX -the station which even before the change was more popular than the next 3 sta- first and getting firster . . . . . . tions combined, (32.2% all -day average, current 5,000 watts 690 Ise. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING TODD STORZ. PRESIDEN N WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR 4 CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR CO. Page 8 June 9, 195N BROADCASTING ...
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648. 1958-07-14-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... because he's been on the air in Kansas City since the age of 13. Wayne holds the Richard Widmark citation for outstanding success and leadership in broad- casting. WHB 10,000 watts 710 kc. KANSAS CITY, Missouri WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. STAT TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLI TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT 1 HOME OFFCE: OMAHA, NEER WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR WTIX New Orleans CO. 1. REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 July 14, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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649. 1958-07-21-BC-OCR-Page-0048 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... OF WORLD CRISIS meeting during the NAB Convention (NAB Electronic journalism again was proved dad) at 3:18 a.m. Tuesday following at CONVENTION, May 8] . at its best in a major crisis last week as the 6:30 a.m. with a flow of foreign reports on George W. Armstrong of Storz broad- eyes and ears of the nation turned to radio - Middle East affairs, including a 7:30 a.m. casting was elected vice chairman; Elliott tv networks and to local stations for the bulletin that the White House momentarily M. Sanger, WQXR New York, treasurer, fast -breaking developments in the ...
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650. 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
651. 1958-07-21-BC-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... kw, deal. KGEE operates on 1230 kc with The Ohioans for the Right -to -Work or- and is Mutual affiliate. Sale to Mr. Gimbel 250 w. ganization, whose director has been on the and associates follows previous negotiations panel show, has posted a $1,000 reward and with Plough Inc. and Storz Broadcasting KVII-TV AMARILLO, TEX. Sold to the Cleveland AFL -CIO has offered $2,000. Co. and means no change in personnel or Television Properties Inc. Jack C. Vaughn, Jack McGinty, executive secretary of the operating policy. Purchasing company is president, with various officers having in- Cleveland AFL -CIO, ...
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652. 1958-07-28-BC-OCR-Page-0115 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... See display ad-Opportunity. timer in college town. Ideal hours. Above aver- age pay for right man. Contact E. C. Stangland, Production director modern radio. Top indie, top California, HCHJ, Delano. Serves 1,300,000. In- Manager. KBRK, Brookings, South Dakota. ten market. Storz, Bartell, Plough, McLendon, creasing sales staff. If you want to work for a 28 year old 5 kw, in or similar required. Topeka's top -rated music and news indie offers a small community of 20.000 where the summer- tape. Box 114F. STING. a big opportunity to a young ...
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653. 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
654. 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
655. 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
656. 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
657. 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
658. 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
659. 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
660. 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 ...
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661. 1955-01-31-BC-OCR-Page-0011 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... %p ) , and all day (19.3% -next station, 17.8% )." Motion for Adam J. Young Jr. or talk time to WTIX General Manager Fred Berthelson. *Hooper Radio Index, 7 a.m. 6 p.m. Mon. Fri. December 1954 New Orleans 16, La. -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans,"1 " ,. .-p Represented by H -R Reps, Inc. Represented by John Blair & Co. Represented by Adam J. Young, Jr. BROADCASTING TELECASTING January 31, 1955 Pase 11 ...
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662. 1955-01-17-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 9Ì, gkeafru..0,4(Aelidtg 141t/ Nit m p; W 01 N4 o M Lend an ear to the man from Blair, or let WHB General Manager George W. Armstrong bend your aural extremity. *HOOPER RADIO INDEX -7 a.m. -6 p.m. Monday-Friday, Nov. -Dec. 1954 -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WTIX, New Orleans WHB, Kansas City 10,000 watts on Represented by Represented by Represented by 710 kc. H -R Reps, Inc. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair 8. Co. Kansas City, Missouri L Page 6 January 17, 1955 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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663. 1966-05-30-BC-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... of programing, Phil Stout, program manager of Alan DePetro, with WKBN- AM -FM -TV succeeding Don McGregor, who be- wDVR(FM) Philadelphia, named opera- Youngstown, Ohio, joins news staff of comes director of programing at wrtx tions manager. WJAS -AM-FM Pittsburgh. New Orleans. Both are Storz Stations. David E. Pavlock, night news editor Roy S. Inouye, former staff photog- Jim Power, announcer from Nor- at WCOA -AM -FM Pensacola, Fla. ap- rapher, Sacramento (Calif.) Union, wood, Mass. named program director pointed operations manager. named chief cameraman, Broadcasters ...
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664. 1954-12-20-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - NENT FORMULA brought WTIX from 11th to 1st in 10 months. First all-day (21. 3 %) , second ste- mtion, 17.9 % , (Nov. 1954 Hooper) . HOOPER RADIO INDEX -7 AM -6 PM, MONDAY -FRIDAY, OCr. -Nov. 1954 -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY KOWH, Omaha President: Toed Storz WTIX, New Orleans WHB, Kansas City WHB 1,000 watts on 710 kc. Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R, Reps, Inc. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co. Kansas City, Missouri Page 6 December 20, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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665. 1954-11-29-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... checked the New Orleans no place to go but up. radio picture? That long? Talk to Adam J. Young, Jr. national representative, or call WTIX But how fast is up? General Manager, Fred Berthelson. -.. / --/ NEW ORLEANS 16, LA. -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R Reps. Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 November 29, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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666. 1954-11-22-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Average share of audience (Quarter-hour averages) KOWH 47.3% 33 and 1 tie Station "A ' 17.4% 3 and 1 tie Station "B " 10.6% u Station "C " 9.9% 0 Station "D " 7.1% 0 Station "E " 6 3% 0 -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha Represented by WHB, Kansas City Represented by WTIX, New Orleans Represented by KOWH H -R, Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. OMAHA Page 6 November 22, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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667. 1957-08-19-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... : WHB first with 42.1% all -day average. KANSAS CITY, Whether it's prime .. or any time .. talk to Blair or WHB GM George W. Armstrong MISSOURI WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul WHB Kansas City W QA M Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR 6 CO. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING E ODD STORZ, PRESIDENT WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. Page 8 Augual 19, l45' BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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668. 1954-11-01-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... John Blair, or Station Manager George W. Armstrong. Begins on page 79 KOWH. Omaha - \TIS. *operating two other fatuous independents. each first New Orleans. in its own market (Hooper) : 10.000 watts on 710 kc. Kansas City, Missouri B -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY General Manager: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WTIX, New Orleans WHB, Kansas City THE NEWSWEEKL Represented by Represented by Represented by OF RADIO AND TV H -R Inc. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co. ...
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669. 1954-10-04-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Independent 4.3% WTIX is first in the morning and afternoon and all -day Station J, Independent 4.3% average. Talk to Adam J. Young, Jr. national representative, or call WTIX Manager, Fred Berthelson. T H E N E W -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY NEW ORLEANS 16, LA. General Manager: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 October 4, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTÌNG ...
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670. 1954-09-06-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Talk to Adam J. Young, Jr. national repre- Station H, Ind. 4.6% sentative, or call WTIX Manager Fred Berthelson. Station I, Ind. 4.5% Station 1, Ind. 3.2% -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY NEW ORLEANS 16, LA. . imùl'aio.i3ElYfydW24WdI:hF:1 General Manager: Todd Storz THE NEWSWEEKLY KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans OF RADIO AND TV resented by Represented by Represented by N -R inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. ...
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671. 1954-07-26-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... dollar does the work of nine in covering a plush market! Want the facts? Talk to H -R Inc. our reps -they're the boys with the hottest story in -or radio KOWH! call KOWH Manager Virg Sharpe. Get FIVE for ONE on a "sure thing" - -CONTINENT BROADCASTING CO. General Manager; Todd Storz KOWH WTIX WHB Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R Inc. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co, ...
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672. 1954-07-05-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... just topped the mark for share of audience in a six -station area. And with an average like that, any spot you pick at random has a better than even chance of delivering you a bigger listening audience than a spot on all other Omaha -Council Bluffs stations combined! -CONTINENT BROADCASTING CO. General Manager; Todd Storz KOWH WTIX WHB Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R Inc. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co. Page 6 July 5, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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673. 1959-03-02-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Chicago. May 24 -27- Associated Business Publications, annual meeting and management conference, Sky - top Lodge, Skytop, Pa. Represented by HARRINGTON, RIGHTER & PARSONS, INC. May 28- 31- Second Annual Pop Music Disc New York Chicago Detroit Boston San Francisco Atlanta Jockey Convention & Seminar under auspices of Storz Stations, Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. 16 (DATEBOOK) BROADCASTING, March 2, 1959 ...
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674. 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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675. 1966-09-26-BC-OCR-Page-0095 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . FCC 1st phone license in five (5 ) and minimum three years in field of PROGRAM MANAGER weeks. Tuition $295. Rooms and apartments radio broadcasting. Excellent salary plus $10-$15 per week. Over 95% of REI grad- commission. Travel expenses paid. Corn - 16 years with Storz Broadcasting Co. Last uates pass the FCC exams. Classes begin plete company benefits. An equal op- 9 at WHB, Kansas City. Available immedi- Oct. 10-Nov. 14-Jan. 2 -Feb. 6. Write Ra- portunity employer. Send resume to: ately for permanent position or consultation. dio ...
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676. 1966-10-03-BC-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... manager of WAKR Akron, Ohio, Calif. named general manager of Graduates of RCA Institute's appointed general sales manager of Re- KTHO-AM -FM Tahoe Valley, Calif. Studio Schools have had thor- gional Reps Corp. Cleveland. Dennis ough and professional train- A. Leonard, account executive, pro- Eddie Clarke, from Storz Broadcast- ing in every phase and detail moted to general manager of RRC's ing and Metromedia, named general of television and radio in the Penn State Reps division, Pittsburgh. manager of WTTF Tiffin, Ohio. Broadcast field under expert direction. When you hire an RCA Institutes gradu- Everett L. (Tod ...
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677. 1954-06-14-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... the opportunity to thor- popular client acclaim, I reached my present oughly digest the file materai. eminence! Naturally, my secret knowledge (gained The moral? It pays to get right in and learn when I finally had time to get my teeth into your facts! -CONTINENT BROADCASTING CO. General Manager; Todd Storz KOWH WTIX WHB Represented by Represented by Represented by The Bolling Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co. Page 6 lune 14, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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678. 1954-06-07-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . as new man- agement institutes proven practices that have already 23RD produced two of the nation's finest radio success stories. Now is the time to swing to WHB* -a good buy today, it will be an exceptional buy tomorrow! year Subject to FCC approval. CONTINENT BROADCASTING CO. General Manager; Todd Storz THE NEWSWEEKLY KOWH WTIX WHB OF RADIO AND TV Represented by Represented by Represented by The Bolling Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co. ...
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679. 1954-05-24-BC-OCR-Page-0146 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , George B. Storer Broadcasting Co. institution. Rates? Almost Miami, Fla. On Tape Recorders Storer, George B. Jr. Storer Broadcasting Co. absurdly low. Details? A letter Miami, Fla. and Tape Story, Joe, WIBW -TV Topeka, Kans. WRITE to us, please. FOR DETAILS AND RATES Storz, Todd, KOWH Omaha. Neb. Stowman, Kenneth W. WFIL Philadelphia, Pa. Straub, Nevin L. WJAC -TV Johnstown, Pa. Streets, George, KGEO Enid, Okla. Stringfellow. William, WSPD -TV Toledo, Ohio Brush "Sound Mirror" Tape Recorder Model No. BK 442 brand new ...
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680. 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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681. 1954-02-22-BC-OCR-Page-0102 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... for perience. Versatile, dependable. Box 454C, B.T. and personal habits also essential. Send experi- permanent Houston operation of KGUL-TV. ence, disc and photo if possible with first letter. Galveston, Texas. Write Chief Engineer. Newsman, ten years experience gathering, edit- Address all inquiries to Todd Storz, KOWH ing, delivering radio and television news. Re- ha, and specify which station you prefer. Oma- All Engineer for tv control room. WKZO -TV. Kala- laxed, personable on camera delivery. Box 455C, applications will be promptly acknowledged and mazoo, Michigan. B.T. personal interviews ...
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682. 1957-08-05-BC-OCR-Page-0102 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , re- representative for Howard signed. W. Sams & Co. named Robed E. Howard, veteran time seller and sales manager of indus- buyer. to KMLA (FM) Los Angeles sales trial service division. staff. Bill Stewart, director of programming. George T. Stewart, manager of distribution, Storz stations (KOWH Omaha, WHB Sylvania Electric Products, promoted to na- Kansas City, WTIX New Orleans, WDGY tional sales manager with responsibility for Minneapolis-St. Paul and WQAM Miami) , all field sales operations. Peter J. Grant father of girl, Sharon Celeste. July 21. manager of sales management ...
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683. 1954-01-25-BC-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... media. But research shows Other speakers not previously announced will lief prints -will parallel that used by that 40% of the users of toothpaste buy 82% include T. F. Flanagan, SRA managing direc- magazines through use of a new and of all sold and further that this 40% comprises tor; Todd Storz, vice president-general man- revolutionary plate, according to Frank Reilly, president of Lake Shore Electro- urban families with children and of better ager, KOWH Omaha and WTIX New Or- type Co. than average income. "Tv just yells at you," leans, and Ralph W. Hardy, NARTB ...
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684. 1966-11-07-BC-OCR-Page-0014 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Sweeny, director Banquet, sponsored by the Albuquerque TV? An analysis of spot spending and of bureau of deceptive practices, Federal Advertising Club. Featured speaker is Nor- spot spenders in the past decade. A Trade Commission; George W. Armstrong, man E. Cash, president, Television Bureau vice president, Storz Broadcasting Co. Port- of Advertising. Albuquerque Sunport, Al- deep look at a new system to thin out land Hilton hotel, Portland. Ore. buquerque, N.M. the paperwork in spot buying. A step - Nov. 20-Annual meeting of the Hollywood by -step examination of the making of Nov. ...
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685. 1954-01-04-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Largest total audience of any Omaha station, 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday thru Saturday! (Hooper, Oct. 1951, thru November, 1953) . Largest share of audience, of any independent station in America! (November, 1953.) "America's Most Listened-to Independent Station" General Manager, Todd Storz; Represented Nationally By The BOLLING CO. Page 6 January 4, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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686. 1958-06-30-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . and radio #1 in MIAMI SEAQUARII, MIAMI :$ A 1 Rrt. WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. <D , NJ WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA. NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 June 30, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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687. BC-1953-11-02-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , show moderator; Angelo Campodonico Jr. Regal pres. and Donn Tatum, ABC western div. tv dir. REPRESENTATIVES of Omaha stations which participated in a simulcast for the Commu- nity Chest [BT, Oct. 26] were (I to r): seated, Glen Harris, KMTV (TV); Todd Storz, KOWH; Harry Burke, KFAB; standing, Dick Welna, KBON; Garry Schroeder, KOIL; Frank Fogarty, WOW-AM -TV and Harold Soderlund, KFAB. BROXDCASTING TELECASTING ...
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688. 1959-02-09-BC-OCR-Page-0158 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Alpine 2-7539. Mww TELEVISION Help Wanted -Sales e`sr`seseN-"Nr` -,N e` . . SALES PROMOTION Leading tv outlet (network) in ma- jor eastern market seeking promo tion man specializing in sales pre- N 1, We've recorded the leading Radio Stations in all major markets (Storz- Bartell-McClendon-Storer-Waters- Plough, etc.) These tapes cover com- plete broadcasting days and give you the SOUND (news intros, production commercials & promos, contests, DJ styles, music, gimmicks) as employed to make them NO. 1 in their market. PLUS: An analysis of the stations For ...
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689. BC-1953-10-12-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... : Largest total audience of any Omaha station, 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday thru Saturday! (Hooper, Oct. 1951, thru August, 1953) Largest share of audience, of any independent station in America! (August, 1953.) "America's Most Listened -to Independe G I Manager, Todd Storz; Represented Nationally By The BOLLING CO. Page 8 October 12, 1953 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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690. 1967-01-16-BC-OCR-Page-0076 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... MOTIONS 10 in proceeding on applications of Star Stations of Indiana Inc. for renewal of reau granted mod. of CP for extension of licenses of WIFE -AM -FM Indianapolis re- completion date to March 8. Action Jan. 4. ceived in evidence affidavit of Dorothy F. WGH Newport News, Va. Broadcast Bu- Storz, dated Jan. 4, concerning reimburse- GO FIRST -CLASS WITH THE LEADER reau granted mod. of CP for extension of ment made by station to various adver- completion date to July 23. Action Jan. 4. tisers (Docs. 16612) , IN EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES WTID Newport News. Va. ...
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691. BC-1953-07-27-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... America's most listened -to independent station" for your 25 35.4% OTHER next campaign! 20. "A ' g" STATION RATINGS 15. 10. D" "E " 5. n O M A H A THE NEWSWEEKLY "America's Most Listened -to Independent Station" F RADIO AND TV General Manager, Todd Storz; Rep fed Nationally By The BOLLING CO. ...
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692. BC-1953-07-20-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... to 6 P.M. Monday thru Sat- urday: (Hooper, Oct. 1951, thru May, 1953.) Largest share of audience, of any independent station in America! (May, 1953.) I J O M A H A "America's Most Listened-to Independent Station" , ,n General Manager, Todd Storz; Represented Nationally By The BOLLING CO. Page 8 July 20, 1953 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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693. BC-1953-05-11-OCR-Page-0032 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... gen. sls. mgr. Rosen- Novak; Mr. Novak; In evaluating television's impact on the Latin James Lipsey, Universal Adv. Agency. Stand- American market, Mr. Martinez pointed out ing: Bud Armstrong, KOMH acct. exec.; Todd that television is in the growing stage, adding: Storz, station mgr. "To get an idea of the progress made by television in the last two years, let us look at recent reports: Today there are 20 television WGN Chicago and Martin J. Kelly Inc. stations in full operation, 41 under construc- Chrysler -Plymouth dealer, complete negotia- tion, ...
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694. 1967-03-06-BC-OCR-Page-0082 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . experience perience. Excellent salary. Rush tape and years experience. College degree: Only wants MOR or POPs with good station In resume to WDGY RADIO, Box 6606, Min- stable California stations write. Box C -8, Northwest, 23, draft- exempt. Box C-57, neapolis, Minnesota (a Storz station) BROADCASTING. BROADCASTING, 78 BROADCASTING, March 6, 1967 ...
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695. BC-1953-05-11-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... (March, 1953.) 35.7% 25 OTHER 20. Ste. "A " Sta. " B" STATION RATINGS 15. 10. Sta. "D " 5. Sto. "E " 1-1 n O M A H A "America's Most Listened -to Independent Station" G 1 Manager, Todd Storz; Rep d Nationally By The ROLLING CO. P.icc S .illy 11. 1953 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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696. BC-1952-12-08-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , KOWH always pans out! 36.0 % 25 OTHER 20 Sto. "A " STATION RATINGS Sta. "B " 15. Sta. "C " 10 Sta. "D " 5 Sta. "E " 008 O M A H A "America's Most Listened -to Independent Station" General Manager, Todd Storz; Represented Nationally By The BOLLING CO. - )ADCASTING Telecasting December 8, 1952 Page 7 ...
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697. 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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698. BC-1952-11-10-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... O 2S- W H OTHER 20_ Sta. "A " STATION RATINGS Sta. "B " 1S_ Sta. ' C" IO- Sta. "D " Sto. "E " n. O M A H A "America's Most Listened -to Independent-Statiöñ' * ` _ General Manager, Todd Storz; Represented Nationally By The BOLLING CO. BROADCASTING Telecasting November 10, 1952 Page 7 ...
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699. 1955-06-13-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... .% / .0. V4.11 L `ï 5.a.9 44 568 60, 3 57 I S4.1 55.! 48.2 35. 403 AVERAGE Every Omaha daytime quartet hour -save four- belongs to KOWH. In 18 quarters, KOWH has more than CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY half the available audience.* Aver- President: Todd Storz age a.m. audience: 46.6 %; afternoon 49.4 %; all-day 48.3 % . You can't WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans KOWH, Omaha buy a bad time. Now is the time for Represented by Represented by Represented by John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. H -R ...
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700. 1959-05-18-BC-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 98 % . Series' distributor: MCA. KNOE -TV Channel 8 C B S A B C A James A. Noe Station Represented by KOMA Oklahoma City, Okla. has revamped its programming to include modern and popular music on LP phonograph albums. KOMA is the first Monroe, Louisiana H -R Television, Inc. Storz station to program extensively Photo: Aerial View Prosperous Twin Cities of Monroe -West Monroe, Louisiana from albums. 68 (PROGRAMMING) BROADCASTING, May 18, 1959 ...
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