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701. BC-1952-03-31-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... N. Y. Ward, James M. WLAC Nashville, ing System, N. Y. Storer, George B. Jr. KEYL San An- Tenn. systems planning business. WILLIAM do, Tex. Ward, J. T. WLAC Nashville, Tenn. Mr.Henges J. G. STEVENS SADLER, transmitter supervisor, Storz, Todd, KOWH Omaha, Neb. Wardell, J. Gordon, KGBX Spring- field, Mo. Inc Hollywood appointed senior supervisor in sta- Stovin, Horace N. Horace N. Stovin (TV package producer) , moves to 1509 tion's technical department. HAROLD Co. Toronto, Ontario Ware, Les, ...
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702. BC-1952-01-28-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... / - audience, in any individual time period, of any independent station in all America! Based on the latest available Hooper share of audience for unaffiliated stations including the Omaha and Council Bluffs market (Sept. -Oct. 1951) . , 12 noon through 6 P. M. Represented Nationally By VaQQeof eo. TODD STORZ General Manager PO =m . O M A H A meziea.¢ . Nzo.t iidteged-%a Tad - - - eat StatCact r r BROADCASTING Telecasting January 28, .1952 Page 7 ...
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703. 1957-07-22-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... family. Every survey agrees. Whether it's audience - or advertising it's a WHB world! Talk to Blair or WHB GM George W. Armstrong. WHB 10,000 watts on 710 kc. Kansas City, Missouri WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul WHB Kansas City WQAM Miami TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING i REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR ODD STORZ, PRESIDENT WTIX New Orleans & REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. CO. Page 8 July 22. 1957 BROADCASTING - TELECASTING ...
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704. 1967-04-03-BC-OCR-Page-0073 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Murphy Mr. Revercomb Mr. Cobb Mr. Ferguson The largest National Association of this year's convention off the drawing men; Grover Cobb, KVGB Great Bend, Broadcasters convention in history board and into reality: George W. Kan. and Robert W. Ferguson, WTRF- takes place in Chicago this week and Armstrong, Storz Stations, Omaha, TV Wheeling, W. Va. chairmen of the more than 5,000 broadcasters are ex- and John T. Murphy, Avco Broadcast- radio and TV boards respectively, and pected to take part in this 45th annual ing Corp. Cincinnati, vice chairmen of Everett Revercomb, NAB secretary- meeting. ...
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705. 1967-04-03-BC-OCR-Page-0118 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Committee following the death of the in accounting work for both the stations long -time chairman, Robert T. Mason and ASCAP. of WMRN Marion, Ohio, a few months CRe The new contract is retroactive to ago. Other members are George Arm- July 1, 1965, and since stations have strong of the Storz stations, vice chair- COMMERCIAL RECORDING CORP. been paying at the old rates it means man; John J. Haywood of wtw Cin- P. 0. Box 19726 Dallas, Tex. they'll get some money back-or, more cinnati, treasurer; Robert D. Enoch of accurately, can apply their overpay ...
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706. 1951-10-22-BC-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... market. KOWH is "tops" among the "top" independent stations in America! J - Sell the Omaha market the wise way .. with low -cost, high -return KOWH with the finest! always first Now Represented Nationally By 74 Ea . "Just Call Bolling ..He'll Call Us!" Gaylord Avery Todd Storz Program Manager Station Manager SO O M A H A "Ancezica'd. Mast 2idleKed-la 9ndeF.ercderrl slaliaa" . - BROADCASTING Telecasting October 22, 1951 Page 7 ...
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707. 1951-03-19-BC-OCR-Page-0049 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ! such as Maxon, Inc. for Pfeiffer's Brewing Co.; Campbell -Mithun leaders in their field such as Heineman's Dept. Store, Jonesboro; Jordan and for Hamm's Beer; Harold Kirsch Agency for Bardohl Oil Co.; Bozell Booth's Men's Store, Shreveport; White Way Cleaners, Minneapolis; Standard and Jacobs for Storz Brewing Co. -who know that this great show Mattress Co. Hartford -who get o big name, network calibre show at a fraction delivers you mat merchandising opportunities. of its original cost. itiota - AR, ohloutq I 11166 ...
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708. 1945-08-27-BC-OCR-Page-0015 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Associates (W . planes 400 to 600 miles apart. A of ruling had been to put license A. H. Blank, theatre operator, J. Coed, W. D. Hosford, Robert H. single transmitter on the ground up to the FCC. and D. Ralph Branden, both of Des Storz, Paul Gallagher) , of Omaha, would transmit the signals to the The seven bids follow: Moines, forni corporation to lease lease 15 years $1,890,000 payable stratospheric stations which would George W. Kline, Lincoln, would for 15 years at annual rental of $126,000 a year, Society retaining then pass ...
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709. 1955-05-23-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... John Blair, or buying. Chat with Adam J. Virgil Sharpe to tell you General Manager George W. Young, Jr. or General Man- about it. Armstrong about K.C. sales. ager Fred Berthelson. year BAKER, HOSTETLER & PATTERSON 1956 UNION COMMERCE BLDG. -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPA NY President: Todd Storz CALVEJANDf14, OHIO THE NEWSWEEKLY KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City w , New Orley OF RADIO AND TV Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R Reos. Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. ...
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710. 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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711. 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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712. 1937-07-01-BC-OCR-Page-0062 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Ad- , Varady of Vienna, Chicago (cosmet- vertising Co. New York. ics) , 18 weekly sa, thru Baggaley, Raytex Clothes, Providence, 122 sa, Horton & Hoyt Inc. Chicago. placed direct. WGRC, New Albany, Ind. KFEL, Denver Kiley Brewing Co. Louisville (Pat- Storz Brewing Co. Omaha. sa, thru rick Henry beer) , 6 weekly sp, di- New York Post Buchanan-Thomas Adv. A g e n c y, rect. "Hold it a minute, boys, while we hear a word from our sponsor!" Omaha. Page 62 July 1, 1937 ...
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713. 1934-07-15-BC-OCR-Page-6 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... news Paramount's Recordings IN THE FIRST place, it may be AMOS N' ANDY'S new early on while meals are preparéd in the surance policies to determine into differential of about two to one in said that all of Studebaker's b r o a d c a s t time, 6:45 p. m. kitchen. Storz Electric Coj, Omaha reports were able to scoop those THROUGH an arrangement with CDST. on an NBC-WJZ network what income groups the policy favor of radio. subscribing to Press-Radio service. Paramount Pictures Distributing broadcasting has been the result dealer in General Electric products, holders fell, and in what propor- of close cooperation between ...
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714. 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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715. 1933-04-01-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . K. Goetz, Brewing Co. St. Louis; ucts Co. Bucyrus; Eilert Beverage In that regard, it is stated in ILLINOIS: Atlas Brewing Co. Chi- Schorr -Kolkschneider Co. St. Louis. Co. Cleveland ; Hollenkamp Products administration circles that the cago; Bluff City Brewery, Alton; Bos- NEBRASKA: Storz Beverage & Ice Co. Dayton; Koch Beverage & Ice Co. Commission's field force, formerly worth Products Co. Chicago; Frank Co. Omaha. Wapakoneta; Miami Valley Brewing McDermott, Chicago; Monarch Bever- NEVADA: Carson Brewing Co. Co. Dayton; Pilsener Ice, Fuel & the Radio Division of the Com- age Co. ...
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716. 1957-07-08-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... teenagers as well as the farm family. Every survey agrees. Whether it's audience - or advertising it's a' WHB world! Talk to Blair or WHB GM George W. Ara strong. WHB 10,000 watts on 710 kc. Kansas City, Missouri WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul ATBONS TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING E ODD STORZ, PRESIDENT WHB Kansas City WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR WTIX New Orleans @ CO. REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. Pace 8 July 8, 1957 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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717. 1957-07-01-BC-OCR-Page-0085 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... writer for daily newspaper. Can be non- resident fees. Northeastern Ohio. Substantial market. Send tape and complete resume to Box 271A, pay. unlimited opportunities with America's parttime work. Excellent proposition. Box 300A, B.T. most successful radio group. Send tape and re- BT. sume to Bill Stewart-The Storz Stations, 820 Staff man strong on play -by -play to develop Kilpatrick Building, Omaha. Nebraska. Top rated disc Jockey with first phone needed athletic program. Solid operation, one -station by progressive midwest radio and tv stations market. Box 295A, BT. where results really count. $100 per week to ...
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718. 1959-05-25-BC-OCR-Page-0015 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... head of McLendon station group; NAB President Harold E. Fellows (keynoter) three station representative annual meeting, Hilton Hotel, San Antonio. June 13 -14- Louisiana- Mississippi AP Broad- uN 620 KC executives -John Blair, Robert Eastman and casters Assn. Jacksonian Motel, Jackson, Miss. Adam Young. Storz stations are sponsoring semi- June 14- 17- National Industrial Advertisers Assn. Tampa nar with Bill Stewart as convention coordinator. national convention, Fairmont and Mark Hopkins St. Petersburg Hotels, San Francisco. JUNE June 15 -16-Tv medical symposium, Naval Med- June 1-3- National microwave symposium, Pro- National Rep: ...
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719. 1959-01-19-BC-OCR-Page-0115 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . FRAZIER, INC. (Enclose return postage with tapes) Box 223H, BROADCASTING 1736 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Washington 7, D. C. WANTED TO BUY WANTED a Principal wants to buy station in By fast growing independent organization. A morning man and an eastern time zone. $125,000 to afternoon man. Storz type operation and only top men apply. All $200,000 gross billing. Single sta- tion market or Number 1 in 2nd tapes will be personally auditioned and returned. Please send full or 3rd station market. Present information and salary requirements. management can be retained. Im- Box 298H, BROADCASTING mediate deal ...
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720. 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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721. 1957-06-24-BC-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... woman pay, unlimited opportunities with America's who can turn out first- quality selling cony fid. Personality di, willing to take direction and have most successful radio group. Send tape and re- Must be production- minded and really capable. music programmed. Salary open. Major metro- sume to Bill Stewart -The Storz Stations, 820 Send resume to: Bob Earle, WINZ, Miami, politan market, south. Write Box 217A, BT. Kilpatrick Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Florida. BROADCASTING TELECASTING lune 24, 1957 Page 107 ...
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722. 1959-02-16-BC-OCR-Page-0037 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... nar luncheon Tuesday (Feb. 10) given nected with Sonotone hearing aid still are responsible, it was stressed, for in New York by the Radio Television print advertisements but not with getting the lowest possible rates for their Executives Society. any tv commercials. clients and frankly have favored local Mr. Armstrong said the Storz Sta- rates for some advertisers. BROADCASTING, February 1i, 1!5 ! (BROADCAST ADVERTISING) 37 ...
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723. 1957-06-03-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... important audience -type. That statement embraces the housewife, her husband, their teenagers as well as the farm family. Every survey agrees. Whether it's audience - or advertising it's a WHB world! Talk to Blair or WHB GM George W. Armstrong. WHB 10,000 watts on 710 kc. Kansas City, Missouri The Storz Stations TODD STAR ` President 7Raio for To.ay's WDGV WHB WQAM KOWH WTIX Minneapolis -St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orleans Represented by John Blair & Co. Represented by Adam Young Inc. Page 8 lune 3, 1957 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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724. 1958-06-16-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Blair man Jack Thayer. .. or WDGY g.m. MINNEAPOLIS 50,000 watts soF z - ST. PAUL WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. ` WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRASP , REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. i BROADCASTING ...
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725. 1958-06-02-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... kc. which characterizes everything WITH does. than to any other station. KANSAS CITY, Missouri W D GY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans i REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami INC. TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA. NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. Pace 8 BROADCA5TIN0 ...
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726. 1958-05-12-BC-OCR-Page-0108 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... photo First phone announcer, young family man, one and resume upon request. Box 317E, BROAD- Program director -My eight years radio -tv ex- year experience, prefers east. Seeks advance- CASTING. perience will make me an asset to you. Let my ment. Available 8 weeks after acceptance. Box Storz type and Westinghouse experience pay 200E, BROADCASTING. Disc jockey beginner. Radio school graduate. off for you. Top dj. looking for progressive Salary secondary to opportunity. Eager to station that wants to go up in metropolitan Wanted: Station upper-midwest, Great Lakes please. Family man. Box 320E, BROADCAST- ...
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727. 1955-04-18-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... New Orleans radio formed? That long ago? Talk to national rep Adam J. Young, Jr. (who comes to you out of somewhere) or WTIX General Manager Fred Berthelson. *Hooper Radio Index, 7 a.m. -6 p.m. Mon. -Fri. March, 1955 44, rtgid -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by New Orleans 16, La. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 April 18, 1955 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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728. 1958-05-05-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... high -traffic Canal & Royal Streets. NEW ORLEANS WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. W -So i.® .TI®I \i TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLIN H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami WOO STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA. NEBRASKA REPRESENTED By JOHN BLAIR k CO. i Page 8 May 5, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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729. 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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730. 1955-04-11-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... So no matter which ratings you FIRST PLACE -PULSE buy by, your best Kansas City buy is WHB. Talk to the man from Blair or WHB General Average share of audience, 6 a.m. -6 p.m. Manager, George W. Armstrong. Mon. -Sat. Jan. -Feb. 1955 -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WTIX, New Orleans WHB, Kansas City Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R Reps, Inc. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co. Page 6 April 11, 1955 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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731. 1958-04-28-BC-OCR-Page-0184 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Assn. (really ASCAP in dis- rate. But the newspaper pattern of local or "retail" versus national guise) began beating down the portals of the Senate Commerce rates has carried over to radio and television in many areas. Committee last year for hearings on the Smathers Bill (S 2834) to The Storz stations, in conjunction with their national representa- kill BMI, broadcasters understandably were concerned. They had tives, have adopted a bold new approach. A rigid national and local witnessed the burlesque put on in New York by ASCAP the year rate policy has been adopted effective May 1, as reported in this before ...
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732. 1968-02-19-BC-OCR-Page-0076 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Chicago (re- elected) . elected to their second term. District 10: Don C. Dailey, KGBX Class B: Ben A. Laird, WDUZ Springfield, Mo. (George W. Arm- Green Bay, Wis. (Daniel W. Kops, New board members (with current strong, Storz Broadcasting, Omaha) . WAVZ New Haven, Conn.) . member in parentheses): District 12: Alan Page, KOWA Class C: J. R. Livesay, wt.BH Mat- District 2: Simon Goldman, WJTN Enid, Okla. (Grover C. Cobb, KVGB toon, Ill. ...
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733. 1958-04-21-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... cheerful voice is the most listened -to in town. WHB 10,000 watts .. 710 kc. Kansas City WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR 4 CO. STATIONS WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR k CO. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING REPRESENTED WTIX New Orleans WQAM BY ADAM YOUNG INC. Miami TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRAS4 REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR CO. i l' -t_e U - - BROADCASTING ...
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734. 1958-07-07-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Blair man .. or WDGY g. m. *Hooper, May -June, 1958 WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. STATIONS. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. WQAM Miami TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA. NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 July 7, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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735. 1958-04-14-BC-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... as radio manager and program director. Increased billing on all stations over 100 % . Also agency and network WANTED: TOP JOCKEY experiences. Best references. Box 780D. BROAD- Fast moving operation in a top 25 market. Prefer man with Mc- CASTING. Sales manager. Over seven years experience in Lendon or Storz know how, $500.00 to start. Must be fully expe- sales and management. Married, early thirties, excellent references. Eager to organize and form rienced with proven rating. Tight cues, production minded, aggres- a fighting team. Box 845D, BROADCASTING. sive. Every tape auditioned and returned ...
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736. 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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737. 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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738. 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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739. 1955-03-21-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 65% that's sixty -five per cent ; where the average audiences are * 6 Hooper Continuing Measurements, 8 a.m. p.m. Monday- Saturday, Oct. 54 -Jan. 55. - 45.3% a.m. 47.6% p.m. 46.7% all -day (next station 21.3 %) .* -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans KOWH, Omaha Represented by Represented by Represented by John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. H -R Reps, Inc. Page 6 March 21, 1955 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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740. 1955-03-14-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... discovers the salutary effects of scrutinizing tradition. Freshen up your New Orleans picture. Talk to national reps. Adam J. Young, Jr. or WTIX General Manager Fred Berthelson. *2 -Month Average Hooper Radio Index, 7 a.m. 6 p.m. Mon. -Fri. December, 1954 -January, 1955 -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. New Orleans 16, La. Page 6 March 14, 1955 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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741. 1958-12-08-BC-OCR-Page-0031 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ; formed sources. These sources also reported (4 ) Sherwood J. Tarlow * , WHIL Boston; (5 ) Calvin J. Smith, KFAC Los Angeles; that in the case of some stations whose (6 ) William S. Morgan Jr. McLendon Stations; (7 ) George W. Armstrong * , Storz ASCAP agreements do not expire with the Broadcasting, vice chairman of the committee; (8 ) Robert T. Mason * , WMRN majority at the end of the year, ASCAP had Marion, Ohio, chairman; (9 ) Emanuel Dannett * , general counsel of the committee; offered and accepted renewals on ...
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742. 1968-08-05-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... as New Orleans' 0 number one That's broadcast - radio sound, WTIX 690, doubled its daytime broadcast power to 10,000 watts. power New Orleans style. To you it means even more buying power. Lots mo New Orleans' number one radio buy "just keeps getting better." WTIX 690 New Orleans /Storz Broadcasting Company Represented nationally by Robert E. Eastman Co. Inc. ...
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743. 1958-04-14-BC-OCR-Page-0064 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Jarlson, American Bar Assn. in national observance news editor, to Havana April 4 because of "Law Day, U. S. A." May 1, ABA re- Nevadans have invested heavily in Havana ported last week. hotels and casinos. Several state and local bar groups cur- WQAM Miami, Storz station, maintained rently are working on plans for radio -tv a 24 -hour monitoring of all Cuban radio panels and other programs, according to the stations. Paul Rust, news director, said this April issue of the American Bar Assn. Co- monitoring gave the station a beat when ordinator. "Almost every ...
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744. 1957-03-18-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Or, talk to General Manager George W. Armstrong. And while you're at it, get the PULSE. WHB in first place 140 whole day and night picture! out of 140 quarter- hours. WHB10,000 O /cc. WHB's share of Area Nielsen KANSAS CITY Total Station Audience : 46 % . The Storz Stations WDGV WHB WOAM KOWH WTIX Minneapolis -St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orleans Represented by John Blair & Co. Represented by Adam Young Inc. Page 6 March 18, 1957 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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745. 1958-03-31-BC-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , WMBV Mill - ville and WCMC Wildwood, all New Jersey, newsmen and rescuers reached the scene and listeners got a step -by -step report of their money for and WBCB Levittown, Pa. progress. The station in turn relayed the In addition, WCAU -AM -TV kept listeners information to CBS; Mutual; four Storz Stations through WHB Kansas City; the W SLS TV and viewers aware of conditions with the use of a helicopter. WCAU newsman Ken Public Radio Corp. through KIOA Des local audience Mayer, equipped with a tape recorder, and Moines; KAKC Tulsa; KELP El Paso, Tex.; WCAU -TV photographer Lew ...
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746. 1958-03-24-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . n,E MORI SIAnONS INVITATION to send us comments, suggestions, criticisms which will help shape the 1959 Convention. I ADVANCE NOTICE to all air personalities, broadcast, record, music and advertising executives: Set aside March 5-6 -7 -8, 1959, for the 2nd Annual Disc Jockey Convention, sponsored by. . THE STORZ STATIONS Omaha, Nebraska WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans WQAM, Miami BROADCASTING ...
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747. 1957-03-11-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... adver- tisers, who are buying WQAM, and WQAM Others 2 0% profiting therefrom. Lend an ear Serving all of Southern Florida Hooper, J. -Fab. 1967 yourself to the Blair man . or with 5,000 watts on 560kc. a.m. -C p.m. Mon. -Fri. WQAM General Manager JACK SANDLER MIAMI The Storz Stations President WDGY WHB WQAM KOWH WTIX Minneapolis -St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orleans Represented by John Blair & Co. Represented by Adam Young Inc. Page 6 March II, 1957 BROADCASTING TELECASTIN( ...
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748. 1958-12-01-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . 10:30 a.m. also across board, upon trans- quisition of KXLA Pasadena from Loyal fer to ABC Radio in January. Agency for K. King, president -general manager and NETWORK BOOST Decision of Todd Staley (starches, syrups) is Erwin Wasey, chief owner, by Donald R. Cooke, national Storz, one of nation's top independent ra- Ruthrauff & Ryan. New York. BROADCASTING December 1, 1958 Page 5 ...
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749. 1969-02-03-BC-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... There Yet the bright, innovative people who ence, and to sell the sponsor's prod- are a number of others, most, though, remained with radio (such men as the ucts," remarks Chuck Blore of the Hol- part- timers, or in- and -outers. A pro- late Todd Storz and Gordon Mc- lywood consulting firm of Programing gram director of some reputation loses Lendon) evolved the modern pattern db. "I think the programing is all-im- his job, hires out as a consultant until for radio prosperity. Programing for- portant and that the sales will follow. a steady position opens ...
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750. 1955-02-21-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Highest: 65 % RPT 65 %* . A.M. average: 45.3%; Hooper Continuing Measurements, a.m. 8 P.M. average: 47.6 %; All-day: 46.7 % . 6 p.m. Monday -Saturday, Oct. 54 -Jan. 55. (Next station 21.3 % .) -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans KOWH, Omaha Represented by Represented by Represented by John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. H -R Reps, Inc. Page 6 February 21, 1955 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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751. 1956-12-17-BC-OCR-Page-0122 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and salary to WRMN, Elgin, Illinois. Experienced? Hired! Sell tux. Phone WTAY, Rob- AT ONCE ! TV FILM SALESMEN inson, Illinois. We're expanding. top pay for hot shot per- sonality DJ's preferably with show biz or musical TV's fastest -growing film distributor wants additional sales- background. Storz Stations top rated in Omaha, Kansas City, Miami, New Orleans and Minneap- men for our syndicated film staff. Film, station, rep or olis. Air tape and resume to Todd Storz-Kil- patrick Building, Omaha, Nebr. agency sales experience, preferred. Plans call for immedi- Technical ate ...
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752. 1958-03-17-BC-OCR-Page-0039 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... gag will be funny or an TOP MANAGEMENT PANEL on the role of disc jockeys in programming was com- opinion will blow up in his face." posed of (I to r) Harold Krelstein, president, the Plough Stations; Bill Stewart, national Mr. Blore assailed restrictions on the disc program director, Storz Stations, who moderated discussion; John Box, vice president jockey, saying that at KFWB the lineup of and general manager, WIL St. Louis, and John Fearnhead, executive vice president, seven d.j.s could "play what they want." WINS New York. He declared, "I don't believe in ...
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753. 1958-03-17-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , we have accumulated some information of our of Rep. John J. Dempsey (D -N. M.) . He was 78. own which we respectfully call to the subcommittee's attention. Nearly 20 years ago Mr. Dempsey led the effort to establish the At the first annual disc jockey conference held by the Storz House Radio Gallery in the first move to give the radio news reporter Stations we asked leading d.j: s if it made any difference to them in privileges on a parity with those of the press in covering Congress. selecting music for their shows whether the music was BMI or It was not an easy or popular ...
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754. 1959-03-16-BC-OCR-Page-0022 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... CORPORATION aminer Horace Stern recommended grant to Pub- Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. Speakers will in- clude Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio executive lic Service Television Inc. (National Airlines) be vice president, and Gordon McLendon, head of revoked and allegations of ex parte representa- McLendon station group. Storz stations are spon- 488 Madison Ave. N. Y. 22 PLaza 5 -2100 tions by applicants be weighed against them in soring seminar with Bill Stewart, Kilpatrick Bldg. new comparative hearing. Docket No. 9321 et al. Omaha, Neb. as convention coordinator. 22 (DATEBOOK) BROADCASTING, March 16, ...
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755. 1956-12-03-BC-OCR-Page-0076 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Montrose, Colo.; RICHARD S. SALANT, CBS, has been re- Cecil Hoskins, WWNC Asheville, N. C.; appointed chairman of the NARTB Televis- Richard H. Mason, WPTF Raleigh, N. C.; ion Transmission Tariffs Committee for the John Patt, WIR Detroit; Todd Storz, 1956-57 fiscal year. Serving with him are MR. HATCH MR. SOWELL KOWH Omaha; W. H. Summerville, WWL A. James Ebel, KOLN -TV Lincoln, Neb.; New Orleans; C. L. Thomas, KXOK St. Joseph Heffernan, NBC; Frank Marx, ABC; ...
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756. 1958-12-15-BC-OCR-Page-0066 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 1958 were estimated to total $136,639; were piped into a luncheon meeting staged The survey shows in regard to shopping 000, an increase of 4% over the $131, in Oklahoma City last Tuesday to mark the habits that housewives shop in food and 397,000 for the first nine months of 1957. affiliation of Todd Storz' KOMA Oklahoma grocery stores throughout the week, rather But preliminary figures for October and City with NBC Radio. [NETWORKS, Dec. 1] . than merely weekends; more than twice as November, Mr. Webb said, indicate a The network's I p.m. newscast, featuring many housewives listen to radio ...
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757. BC-1999-12-20-OCR-Page-0048 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ranging from Death of a from landline to satellite Salesman to the miniseries transmission and teaming Eleanor & Franklin. As a with HBO to change the face performer, he was host of of cable distribution and help his own talk show, Open pave the way for the satellite End, for three decades. revolution. Todd Storz is the Among radio's first rank father of Top 40 radio. In of newsmen, Lowell the 1940s, he got the idea Thomas made his first of programming a station radio news broadcast in 1925 with only the top songs, over the nation's first station, having heard the same KDKA(AM) Pittsburgh. ...
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758. 1956-10-15-BC-OCR-Page-0066 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... N. C.; Richard H. Mason, recommend. We ask no special considera- WFBR Baltimore; Ben Ludy, WIBW-TV WPTF Raleigh, N. C.; John Patt, WJR tion from agencies as a result. All we want Topeka, Kan.; Herbert Ohrt, KGLO -TV Detroit; Todd Storz, KOWH Omaha; W. H. is the right to an open- minded hearing, Mason City, Iowa; Calvin J. Smith, KFAC Summerville, WWL New Orleans; C. L. recommendations that treat us fairly even Los Angeles; Harold C. Stuart, KVOO Tulsa. Network representatives: ...
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759. 1958-03-10-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . . . with audience shares consistently in the 40% WHB KANSAS CITY 10,000 watts, 710 kc. WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME .OFFICE; OMAHA, NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. Page 8 March 10, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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760. 1970-02-09-BC-OCR-Page-0085 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Boston, then managed years is very pleasing, important and Co. bought out the partners in 1961, KYW (AM) Philadelphia, 1965, gratifying," he declared. "Even small, WIND(AM) Chicago, 1966, and local stations have become a more in- Mr. Harris returned to Storz at wmY- iceux(Tv) San Francisco, 1967- (AM) Minneapolis. 69; named president, RAR, 1969; tegral part of the community- they're Another ** wee years passed with Mr. "Tarr' neral manager; then he .ghouse as general man - 1955; children - ...
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761. 1956-10-08-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... City radio story. Times have changed, and so have audience habits. Check the latest audience facts with General Manager Steve Labunski or your Blair man. WDGY- Minneapolis -St. Paul 50,000 watts and almost perfect -circle daytime coverage Aug. Sep. Hooper * June Nielsen * * * July -Aug. Pulse President: TODD STORZ Today`s Radio for Today's Selling WDGY WHB WOAM I KOWH WTIX Minneapolis -St. Paul Kansas City Miami Omaha New Orleans Represented by John Blair & Co. Represented by Adam Young, Jr. Page 6 October 8, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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762. 1959-03-30-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Disc Jockey Convention, Nov. - Dec. Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. Speakers will in- 8 1958 5, 50.6 35.6 15.2 clude Matthew J. Culligan, NBC Radio executive Jan. - Feb. 5 19591, 44.8 30.2 14.9 vice president, and Gordon McLendon, head of McLendon station group. Storz stations are spon- soring seminar with Bill Stewart, Kilpatrick Bldg. ( *) Denotes total audience share of stations "C & D " . Station Omaha, Neb. as convention coordinator. "D " went off the air after May 8 thru 14, 1957 rating period. Denotes four week rating periods. JUNE ...
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763. 1958-03-03-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... #1 in Manager Jack Sandler, too. Or, talk to The John Blair man. Miami WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME .OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 March 3, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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764. 1958-11-10-BC-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... ivory tower. Feb. 3, A. W. Dannenbaum Jr. Westing- Together they form an effective unit. house Broadcasting Co. on two types of RADIO TELEVISION radio; Feb. 10, George Armstrong of WHB Mr. McKieman further described the FC&B research man as covering the water- Kansas City (Storz stations) and Lee Rich front of research problems, familiar with of Benton & Bowles on local vs. national and tv figures for nighttime, but officials all but not a working specialist at any one. rates; Feb. 17, Frank Silvernail, consultant, said that by no means do they concede The ...
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765. 1959-04-13-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... and Howard Miller, WIND, Chi- respective communities. Their discussions assure cago, make up the Planning Committee for the you of a worthwhile convention. 2nd Annual International. Radio Programming and Don't miss out. Write Bill Stewart, Coordinator Pop Tune Disc Jockey Convention, May 29- 30 -31, for the sponsoring Storz Stations, 820 Kilpatrick Americana Hotel, Miami Beach. Building, Omaha 2, Nebraska. Give name, ad- dress, station or company affiliation, type of room, They met yesterday at the Palmer House in approximate rate. (Rates in hotels of Bal Har- Chicago, armed with ideas of colleagues ...
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766. 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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767. 1958-02-24-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... His audiences accept him as one of the family. They write him; they hang on his words. He has great responsibility. He lives up to it. the stoPz stations salute the Otsc jockeys of AMERICA on the eve of the First Annual Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention and Programming Seminar, to be held under Storz Stations sponsorship, March 7-8 -9, 1958, in Kansas City, Missouri ...
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768. 1971-10-18-BC-OCR-Page-0030 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... " Miss Judis paused. "I saw every- attend a 1959 convention of disk jockeys. Fitz was sent to find out about radio. one," she said with an indulgent sigh. The convention, sponsored by the Todd in Detroit he studied wwj, the radio "He said: You're having trouble with Storz stations, was among the biggest operation of the Detroit News. In New your music, I have some ideas'" bashes in broadcast history. It featured York he delved into the technical back- The ideas included a program format an all -night show with the biggest names ground of radio, assisted by the people ...
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769. 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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770. 1958-02-17-BC-OCR-Page-0117 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , JUdson 6-1918. No charge for either party. Wanted-1 watt portable microwave equipment. and, of course, Miami's wonderful cli- Box 148D, BROADCASTING. mate. Rush your tape to: Wanted: Used Ampex recorders. Box 760C, BILL STEWART, Director of Program- BROADCASTING. ming, The Storz Stations 820 Kilpatrick Will pay cash for used frequency monitor in Bldg. Omaha, Nebraska working order. Box 177D, BROADCASTING. Wanted 7k " , Ti" or 1%" transmission line, any length. R. F. coils, lighting chokes, sampling Situations Wanted Dollar for Dollar line chokes, 4" ...
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771. 1972-11-27-BC-OCR-Page-0039 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... department of Michael's College, Toronto. squelched by the WHBF-TV "Rumor Burden denied that a $1,000 contribution A panel on "A Business Response to Control Center," a service recognized was made or received. Star also said that Consumerism," also at the Tuesday meet- by Mayor Haymaker as contributing Mrs. Storz cannot be believed "because ing, will include Roland P. Campbell, of the overt hostility and bias she held director of creative services for General significantly to the successful with respect to Don Burden." Foods, and three executives of the Coun- cooling of threatened racial violence. The Broadcast Bureau, in ...
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772. 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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773. 1956-09-17-BC-OCR-Page-0124 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... But we are looking for men of your stature, highest rated in all our markets, Omaha, New Orleans, Kansas City, Minneapolis and we've just acquired RCA SERVICE COMPANY, INC. a Miami station. Only alert and original sound - iing deejays need apply. All tapes returned immediately. Air tapes to Todd Storz, Kil- patrick Building, Omaha, Nebraska. Page 124 September 17, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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774. 1956-06-11-BC-OCR-Page-0112 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... sary. This is Wichita's No. 1 Hooperated station chance to grow along with a growing organization, many employee benefits therefore ability must be commensurate with and the benefit of the years of Mid -Continent know-how. stations position in market. Airmail tape and KWBB, P. O. Box Send all tapes to: Todd Storz, President pers nalhistory-JimsSetters, Mid- Continent Broadcasting Company Omaha 2, Nebraska Anouncers wanted -live in nation's top climate work for area's number 1 music station. Only - permanent, and sincere men desired. Pay is good. Please include brief history and return address inside tape box. and commensurate with ability. Write ...
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775. 1958-01-13-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Manager Fred Berthel- son. WTIX first .. and getting firster in 11-station NEW ORLEANS WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. AC O Y WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans i - B TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRASKA WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR CO. BROADCASTING ...
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776. 1958-01-06-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . or WEE General Manager George W. Armstrong. e situated in Missouri, Kansas and Iowa WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul TsT1 C3 NJ REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING WQAM Miami TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRABE(A L REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i R January 6, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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777. 1957-12-16-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... .. or WHB General Manager George W. Armstrong. 710 kc. situated in Missouri, Kansas and Iowa WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR CO. & WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. STATIONS WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. ' TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING YiBiCrm4 STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRASKA' WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 December 16, 1957 BROADCASTING ...
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778. 1956-06-11-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Col. Robert R. McCor- for approximately $175,000. Mr. O'Neil WTOP -TV Washington and WMBR-TV mick. Mr. Schreiber had reported directly was among bidders for WQAM, recently Jacksonville) , who proposes to answer ex- to Col. McCormick. Tribune now is di- sold by Miami Herald to Todd Storz for plosive testimony of Richard A. Moore, rected by Chesser Campbell, president -pub- $850,000. Mr. O'Neil, now Miami resi- KTTV Los Angeles, chapter and verse; lisher; J. Howard Wood, vice president - dent, would be president -general manager August C. Meyer, WCIA-TV ...
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779. 1956-06-04-BC-OCR-Page-0113 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . Nego- box) include basic info. If you're good we want to talk business. Do not apply unless tiations confidential. Box 715G, B.T. you are available immediately (2 weeks) . All tapes carefully auditioned and promptly Sales manager: Investigate before you invest! returned. Send all tapes to Todd Storz, President, Mid -Continent Broadcasting Company, Request and analysis my resume. Bonafide facts Omaha 2, Nebraska. and figures; top accredited industry reputation; substantiated local /national sales know -how busi- ness getting ability. Don't let a good one get away. Write Box 716G, BT. WDGY KOWH WHB WTIX ...
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780. 1958-07-21-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... to Al Tedesco, in the United States. Prefer experienced married KDUZ, Hutchinson, Minnesota. Salary open. Production director modern radio. Top indie, top man who has a proven record. Write G. H. Mc- Wanted, experienced announcer. Dr. F. P. Cerni- ten market. Storz, Bartell, Plough, McLendon, Kinnon, KVOR, Colorado Springs, Colorado. or similar experience required. Fantastic oppor- glia, Radio Station KLIC, Monroe, La. tunity. Rush tape. Box 114F, BROADCASTING. Page 96 July 21, 1958 BROADCASTING ...
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781. 1974-09-30-BC-OCR-Page-0009 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Affil- black college all-American football team broadcast in news iates Association for 1974 -75. He succeeds Odin Rams- packages (Broadcasting, May 13) . land, president, KDAL -AM -TV Duluth, Minn. who be- comes ex officio board member. Gene Ellerman; WWAM- To hearing. License renewal application of Storz Broadcast- (AM) Cadillac, Mich. elected vice chairman. ing's WTIX (AM) New Orleans has been set for hearing, be- cause FCC could not resolve conflict of affidavits on wheth- Melvin Laird, former secretary of defense and presidential er station had broadcast unauthorized announcement on Jan. counselor for domestic ...
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782. 1974-10-07-BC-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... hearing amend his application to transform application WSMJ Greenfield, Ind -Broadcast Bureau granted from sole proprietorship to general partnership CP to change tram. location to West Main St. WTIX(AM) New Orleans, renewal proceeding: consisting of Harry R. Peyton (70 %) and Ben Greenfield; operate by remote control from studio Storz Broadcasting Co. (Doc. 20200) -Commission Peyton, his son (30 %) . Action Sept. 19. site at 640 W. 9th St. Greenfield; install new ant.; designated for hearing application of Storz Broad- make change in ant. system; ERP 50 kw; ant. ...
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783. 1956-05-28-BC-OCR-Page-0084 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... assistant to the vice in Albany-Troy -Schenectady area. Current president and general manager of KING -AM- and the station will proceed to give in- creasingly obvious clues until someone plans are to resume operations with live TV Seattle, last finds the hiding place. and film programming for two weeks, until week was appointed Todd Storz. Mid -Continent president, station's affiliation with ABC-TV begins on station manager of said the drafts will be hidden in a "read- July 1, according to Mr. Riple. KGW Portland, Ore. ily- accessible spot" within a 10 -mile ra- succeeding James dius of each station. The drafts will ...
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784. 1957-12-09-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . wQAM Serving all of Southern Florida with 5,000 w on 560 kc..& Radio #1 in.. Miami WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. WTIX New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. iktTODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING ODD STORZ. PRA HcBO.OFFIOL OMAHA. NEBRASKA WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i Page 8 December 9, 1957 BROADCASTING ...
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785. 1956-05-14-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... local advertisers alike. So no matter how you read the Omaha rating picture, you can feel secure when you book time on KOWH- because all three see eye -to- eye-to -eye. Get the story from the H -R man, or KOWH General Manager Virgil Sharpe. KOWH OMAHA -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery -Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 May 14, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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786. 1964-03-02-BC-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , Lava, Secret and Lilt. of firm's advertising, nearly all of Knows Best, Day in Court, General which is in TV. IWT and BBDO also Hospital and Queen for a Day. Rep appointments .. handle other A-C products. The Union Underwear Co. through New Orleans: Roger O'Con- WSHO The Storz Brewing Co. Omaha, has appointed BBDO, Minneapolis, as its Grey Advertising, New York, has pur- nor, New York, as national representa- chased sponsorship in three ABC -TV agency, replacing Bozell & Jacobs, Oma- tive. daytime programs: Trailmaster, Father ha, which had handled the ...
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787. 1959-10-12-BC-OCR-Page-0117 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... , KCHJ, Delano. Serves 1,300,000. Experienced, fast -paced disc jockey. Crea- WSVS, Crewe, Virginia. Increasing sales staff. tive. For Ohio competitive market. Send Immediate opening for capable staff an- tape at once and complete resume. This nouncer for medium paced, fulltime sta- is a Storz- McClendon type operation. Box tion. Send details, tape, references, WTON, Top salesman for booming one station mar- 840P, BROADCASTING. Staunton, Virginia. ket in ideal California coastal location, Good guarantee to start. Contact Tom Wal- Young announcer to join staff of network WTUX, Wilmington ...
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788. 1956-05-07-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Hooper, March, 1956 cle daytime signal. Talk to Avery -Knodel, 93% 7 a.m. -8 p.m. Mon. -Sat. or WDGY General Manager Steve La- 6 a.m. -6 p.m. Mon -Fri. Jan. -March 1956 bunski. wDGVr 5Min0,000 neapolis St. Paul -Watts -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery -Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 May 7, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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789. 1956-04-23-BC-OCR-Page-0039 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Television. Life Insurance Co.; J. C. Luhn, president, Bartle of Kansas City told NARTB manage- John G. Johnson, WTOB -TV Winston -Salem, Easterling Co.; Robert Jones, WFBR Baltimore, ment delegates Thursday. N. C. CCT chairman, declared that "basically Md. and Todd Storz, Mid- Continent Broad- Appearing as luncheon speaker, Mayor Bartle there is no uhf problem- rather it is an alloca- casting Co. asserted broadcasters "hold in the palm of your tion problem. There are many successful uhf Henry B. Clay, KWKH Shreveport, La. hand" the future of ...
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790. 1956-04-23-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. So you see, WHB dominates the Kansas City area as convincingly as it dominates metropolitan K. C. audiences. Get the big story from the man from Blair, or WHB General Manager George W. Armstrong! 10,000 watts-710 kc -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY Kansas City President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery- Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 April 23, 1956 BROADCASTING TEI;ECASTINO ...
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791. 1976-11-08-BC-OCR-Page-0048 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... in Palm Springs, Calif. Oct. 26 -29. Broadcasting; James P. Arcara, Capital Cities; Sam Cook Digges, CBS Front row (l -r): David Morris, KNUZ(AM) Houston; Lee Allen Smith, Radio; John T. Murphy, Avco Broadcasting; George W. Armstrong, Storz WKY(AM) Oklahoma City; Richard W. Chapin, Stuart Enterprises; Thomas Broadcasting; Marvin L. Shapiro, Group W; Roger G. Berk, Group One Glynn, N.W. Ayer (agency for U.S. Army); Major John Burke, U.S. Army; Broadcasting; George Duncan, ...
01 Jan 1976  -  68k
792. 1956-04-23-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... 112 in Minneapolis -St. Paul .. the exciting buy Station "D " 9.0% is WDGY! Talk to Avery -Knodel, or WDGY Hooper, March, 1956 n.m. p.m. Mon. Sat. General Manager Stephen Labunski. 7 - 6 WDGY 50,000 watts Minneapolis -St. Paul -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by PTHENEWSWEEKL Avery -Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. OF RADIO AND TV ...
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793. BC-1977-11-14-OCR-Page-0044 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... costs for New York, newsletter speculates that payers. advertising containing "consumer infor- NBC -TV is offering exclusive product pro- Commissioner Fogarty continued to dis- mation." tection to advertisers making $10- million News that refreshes. The Radio Advertising Bureau's board of direc- casters; George W. Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting; Don N. Nelson, Mid tors meeting in Phoenix, which ended Oct. 29, was enlivened by a report America Radio; Donald A. Pels, LIN Broadcasting; Carl J. Wagner, Taft from Ralph Countryman Jr. director of media services, Coca -Cola U.S.A. Broadcasting; Richard J. Monahan ...
01 Jan 1977  -  76k
794. 1959-01-12-BC-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... amend its am application to specify 1410 kc, 1 kw D, and application as amended is removed from hearing and returned to proc- WANTED essing line; retained in hearing am applica- tion of University Advertising Co. Highland By fast growing independent organization. A morning man and an Park, Tex. afternoon man. Storz type operation and only top men apply. All By Hearing Examiner Forest L. McClenning tapes will be personally auditioned and returned. Please send full on Dec. 29 Scheduled oral argument for Jan. 7 on information and salary requirements. petition by Russell G. Salter Inc. Dixon, Ill. Box 298H, BROADCASTING to ...
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795. 1956-04-16-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... . as it is today? Be updated by Adam Young, Latest audience index shows WTIX jacked its or WTIX General Manager Fred Berthelson. *Hooper Continuing Measurement of Broadcast Audience, Jan. March 1956 *Hooper average share of audience, 7 a.m. 6 p.m. Mon. Fri. Feb.Mar. 1956 -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz New Orleans 16, La. WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery- Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 April 16 ...
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796. 1956-03-26-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... Hooper 1/ hour, City area as convincingly as it dominates 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. metropolitan K.C. audiences. Get the big story from the man from Blair, or WHB General Manager will' George W. Armstrong! 10,000 watts -710 kc Kansas City -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -St. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery -Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps. Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 March 26, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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797. 1957-12-02-BC-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... talk to a Blair man .. or 10,000 watts WHB General Manager George W. Armstrong. 710 kc. WDGY Minneapolis St. Paul REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. STATIONS WHB Kansas City REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. i WTIX New Orleans TODAY'S RADIO FOR TODAY'S SELLING REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. TODD STORZ. PRESIDENT HOME OFFICE. OMAHA. NEBRASKA WQAM Miami REPRESENTED BY JOHN BLAIR & CO. I'; - µ Ih- " ' BROADCASTING ...
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798. 1956-03-19-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... job for national and local advertisers. So no matter which rating service you rate most telling, you can feel secure when you tell your story via KOWH-because all three see eye -to- eye-to -eye. Chat with the H -R man, or KOWH General Manager Virgil Sharpe. KOWH OMAHA -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz WDGY, Minneapolis -5t. Paul KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by Represented by Avery- Knodel, Inc. H -R Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 March 19, 1956 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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799. 1959-02-23-BC-OCR-Page-0016 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... - Montana Radio Stations Inc. Great Falls. May 21- 23- Electronic Industries Assn. annual convention, Sheraton Hotel, Chicago. May 24-27- Associated Business Publications, annual meeting and management conference, Sky - top Lodge, Skytop, Pa. May 28- 31-Second Annual Pop Music Disc Jockey Convention & Seminar under auspices of Storz Stations, Americana Hotel, Miami, Fla. JUNE -NOVEMBER Basic CBS In Rochester! June 1-3- National microwave symposium, Pro- fessional Group on Microwave Theory & Tech- CAN N I T T niques, Boston Section, Paine Hall, Harvard U. Cambridge, Mass. RADIO-TV REPRESENTATIVES: EVERETT McKINNEY, INC. ...
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800. 1980-11-03-BC-OCR-Page-0027 [Broadcasting Magazine]
... "Style" section piece by Tom George N. Duncan, president of Metromedia Radio, elected chair- Shales last Friday (Oct. 31) . charged TV networks with deliberate man of Radio Advertising Bureau to succeed Elmo Ellis, wseiAM) campaign to harass Republican presidential candidate Ronald Atlanta. George W. Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting, elected RAB execu- Reagan. Shales leaned heavily on NBC evening newscasts anchored by tive committee chairman, and Richard W. Chapin, Stuart Broadcasting, John Chancellor, coverage pattern he said was "merrily and lazily emul- elected finance committee chairman. ated" by other networks. Responded NBC News President ...
01 Jan 1980  -  49k
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