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1. J2P and P2J Ver 1 [The 1960's] [1969]
... Country Music Cash Firm Formed Stringer Clamps Down on -Mrs. John Named Use of Countrypolitan NASHVILLE-Formation of concept, and she spent 15 years Johnny Cash, Inc. a firm con- cerned with the promotion and public relations aspects of the in television. It was revealed through this office that ABC has picked up NASHVILLE - Musician - singer Lou Stringer has notified plained. "A license will cost only a moderate amount. Yet said, "discovered long ago that I held the rights. WSIX here at country artist, has been formed the option on the "Johnny Cash some 20 radio stations, through the name belongs to me, and first called itself countrypolitan' here headed by Mrs. Barbara Show" for next year, and it is his attorney, of his ownership my lawyer feels ...
2. BB-1969-09-20-OCR-Page-0072.pdf [The 1960's] [1969]
... the term "Metro- try songs. "Grand Ole Opry." where individuals may join or writer -publisher Lou Stringer politan Country" created an as- Williams, former front man The Country Music Associa- renew membership. that the station once used the sociation with Nashville's metro- for Gene Vincent, has a back- tion holds its annual member- Unofficially, the affair gets term "Countrypolitan," a name politan form of government ground in promotion and broad- ship convention in acsnciation under way Oct. 10, when pro- which he has registered. and, at the same time, lent an casting. with the "Opry" birthday cele- fessional golfers and celebrities air of sophistication to the air Tom Hartman, who has been bration, and the two organiza- ...
... the term "Metro- try songs. "Grand Ole Opry." where individuals may join or writer -publisher Lou Stringer politan Country" created an as- Williams, former front man The Country Music Associa- renew membership. that the station once used the sociation with Nashville's metro- for Gene Vincent, has a back- tion holds its annual member- Unofficially, the affair gets term "Countrypolitan," a name politan form of government ground in promotion and broad- ship convention in acsnciation under way Oct. 10, when pro- which he has registered. and, at the same time, lent an casting. with the "Opry" birthday cele- fessional golfers and celebrities air of sophistication to the air Tom Hartman, who has been bration, and the two organiza- ...
... 165 W. 46th St. New York, N. Y. 10036. cation secondary: new challenge vital. Contact Frank Gould, 514- 637-7578. West Virginia area. No military ob- ligations. 3rd phone, endorsed. Con- tact: Billboard, Box 099, 165 W. 46th St. New York, N. Y. 10036. This column is published for people Two sharp countrypolitan person- "College student seeking summer em- seeking positions as well as station alities needed for VVTOD, Toledo. Jerry Bright, 35 years old, former ployment in radio. Three years in managers seeking personnel. Rate is Should be professionals, good on Contem. Pro. Dir.: Have been top program director of No. 1 Top 40 a market of 100,000 people. Currently ...
5. BB-1969-07-12-OCR-Page-0045.pdf [The 1960's] [1969]
... his own manager. So, now I'm avail. Modern country music program di- Rd. Cleveland, Ohio 44120. able for a program director's posi- tion in a top 20 market, but prefer rector and air personality available. the job as an over-all manager. By Currently employed in top 50 market. the way, rating at WWOK under my This column is published for people Two sharp countrypolitan person. Proven track record. Can supply supervision went from a 3 to a 14, seeking positions as well as station alities needed for WTOD, Toledo. exciting, creative air sound to any Major market radio program consult- according to Pulse. Call or write: managers seeking personnel. Rate Is Should be professionals, good on radio station looking for high ratings ant is looking for medium ...
... Proven track record. Can supply writing or detailed market analysis the best, and I will. Contact Box Y, exciting, creative air sound to any can be made of your station and c/o Claude Hall, Billboard. radio station looking for high ratings your competition. More information and good profit picture. Contact is available by writing in confidence This column is published for people Two sharp countrypolitan person- Claude Hall, Box A, Billboard Maga- to Box 096, Billboard, 165 W. 461n seeking positions as well as station alities needed for WTOD, Toledo. zine. St. New York, N. Y. Bright and alive morning personal- managers seeking personnel. Rate is Should be professionals, good on ity looking for middle market break. $5.00 per one half ...
... Koblentz BISHOP, JOHN 8. TRIO (Tangerine) PM: Ray Charles BARLEY MOW BA: Rustol & Brenner BELL, ARCHIE & THE DRELLS (Atlantic) PM: Skipper ir^ts, BARLOW, JACK (Dot) PM: Chuck Eastman; BA: Circle Lee Frazier; BA: Associated Booking BIT A SWEET ;MGM, BA: Premier Talent Assocs. Talent BELL, BILLY (CountryPolitan) BA: Smokey Warren BITTER LEMON, THE Universal City) PM: Jerry L. BARNES, BILLY (PMI) PM: Mike Duckman; BA: CMA BELL, CARL, & THE BELL TONES (Ashford) PM. New Craig Kullum) Concept talent BIVEN SPECIALS ,Songbird) PM & BA: Inez Bivens BARON, STEVE/QUARTET (Tetragrammaton) PM: BELL, WILLIAM ( ...
8. BB-1969-06-14-OCR-Page-0034.pdf [The 1960's] [1969]
... Pa. ence in the personality concept of area. Tight board-excellent produc- Top 40 radio. I am available, will- POSITIONS OPEN tion. No military obligations. 3rd ing, and eager to program your sta- "College student seeking summer em- endorsed. Contact Claude Hall, Bill- tion to the top of the market. Call ployment in radio. Three years in Two sharp countrypolitan person- board, Box 094, 165 W. 46th St. 703-583-2282. a market of 100,000 people. Currently alities needed for WTOD, Toledo. New York, N. Y. 10036. with No. 1 MOR station in four -sta- Am No. 1 rated station in top -30 market Should be professionals, good on tion market. Third -endorsed. large wants First-Phone, all-night ...
9. BB-1969-07-12-I-OCR-Page-0045.pdf [The 1960's] [1969]
... years and making the station a salable item, that is exactly what happened. And the new owner has his own manager. So, now I'm avail- able for a program director's posl- rector and air personality available. lion in a top 20 market, but prefer Currently employed in top 50 market. the job as an over-all manager. Bs This column is published for people Two sharp countrypolitan person- Proven track record. Can supply the way, rating at WWOK under my seeking positions as well as station alities needed for WTOD, Toledo. exciting, creative air sound to any supervision went from a 3 to a 14. managers seeking personnel. Rate Is Should be professionals, good on radio station looking for high ratings Major market radio program consult- according to Pulse. Call ...
10. BB-1969-06-21-OCR-Page-0048.pdf [The 1960's] [1969]
... Top 40 Per- to: for challenging position with future. vital. Contact Frank Gould, 514- sonality looking for a chance to RAD10-7V JOB MART Write Billboard, Box 095, 165 W. 637-7578. move up. 3 years' experience. Would Billboard 96th St. New York, N. Y. 10036. Prefer the Pennsylvania, Maryland, 165 W. 46th St. Two sharp countrypolitan person- West Virginia area. No military ob New York, N. Y. 10036 alities needed for WTOD, Toledo. ligatiOns. 3rd phone, endorsed. Con- Should be professionals, good on tact: Billboard. Box 099, 165 W. 46th prod. Contact program director Donn Jerry Bright, 35 years old, former St. New York, N. Y. 10036. ...
11. BB-1969-09-20-OCR-Page-0087.pdf [The 1960's] [1969]
... page 44 creasing number of colleges are LP's but the specialized nature including square dancing and of the business does not lend Of Discounting one suggested the station refer folk dancing as part of physical education curriculum with the result that many dealers can add itself to tape CARtridges or cassettes," he said. The specialized nature of the NEW YORK - A national survey based on 40,000 personal to itself as "Countrypolitan" but the term was refected because "even at that time it had be- dance records as a profitable interviews with retailers shows come trite and overused." dance record field allows for Gerson, a leading air per- sideline, according to Roy Glea- some unusual factors. "For one that 78 percent think the Nixon son, Webster Record Distribut- administration will have no ef ...
12. J2P and P2J Ver 1 [The 1960's] [1967]
... Publications, Inc.; thing strong on the Roy Mon- the first edition of his new tab- Owen Bradley, Decca Records, was named president, and ' tague release of "I Don't Go There Wesley Rose, Acuff -Rose, is vice -president. Frank Jones of Columbia -Fred Rose Music, Inc.; Milene Any More." He's a new artist to loid, "The Countrypolitan." In it Records is secretary- treasurer. Music, Inc.; -Acuff-Rose Artists he features 20 artists, printing watch. current information. It is mailed to Three new membeds of the board of trustees were elected to Corporation and Hickory Rec- Mary Madison, Silver Star art- ords, Inc. disk jockeys, talent buyers and replace Roy Acuff, "Lucky" Moeller and ...
... page 44 creasing number of colleges are LP's but the specialized nature including square dancing and of the business does not lend Of Discounting one suggested the station refer folk dancing as part of physical education curriculum with the result that many dealers can add itself to tape CARtridges or cassettes," he said. The specialized nature of the NEW YORK - A national survey based on 40,000 personal to itself as "Countrypolitan" but the term was refected because "even at that time it had be- dance records as a profitable interviews with retailers shows come trite and overused." dance record field allows for Gerson, a leading air per- sideline, according to Roy Glea- some unusual factors. "For one that 78 percent think the Nixon son, Webster Record Distribut- administration will have no ef ...
14. J2P and P2J Ver 1 [The 1960's] [1967]
... -The San Sebastian Strings - Warner Bros. 4WA-1071 A LATIN HAPPENING -Tony Hatch Warner Bros. I- - 4WA 1673 COLOR MY WORLD /WHO AM Petula Clark Warner Bros. 4WA 1675 THE BIRTH OF A SOUND -The Charlie Warner Bros. - Underwood Glide Band 4WA 1676 THE HIT SOUND OF THE EVERLY BROTHERS Warner Bros. 4WA -1677. THE MEXICALI SINGERS RIDE AGAIN Warner Bros. 4WA -1679 THE COUNTRYPOLITAN SOUND OF Warner Bros. HANK THOMPSON'S BRAZOS VALLEY BOYS 4WA -1680 THE BIG BRASS OF THE AMERICAN PATROL Warner Bros. 4WA-1681. SING ALONG WITH UNCLE DICK'S OLD -TIME Warner Aros. SINGERS 4WÁ.1684 TOGETHERNESS -Allan Sherman Warner Bros. NOT AFFILIATED WITH 4LÁ -5904 THE IKE AND TINA TURNER SHOW (Vol. 2) Loma 400-6228 FACE TO FACE -The Kinks Reprise MUNTZ TV 400.6234 DUKE ELLINGTON'S GREATEST HITS Reprise ...
... tLy dá GQr3) COVERAGE IN THE BIG MARKET OF THE BIG STATE It's the big, heavy -watt-champion of Country Music . . . KCUL. Serving the dynamic Dallas -Fort Worth market with 50,000 watts of the best in Countrypolitan programming. For a vital market not reached by any other media, you must use KCUL Offices: 661 Seminary South Shopping Center, Fort Worth. Representatives: Jack Masla, New York, Chicago. Cecil Beaver Assoc. Southeast. Harlan Oakes, West Coast. *Pulse Duplication Study available on request. THE WORLD OF COUNTRY MUSIC BILLBOARD November 2, 1963 109 ...
16. J2P and P2J Ver 1 [The 1960's] [1968]
... it's possible to give Taunton, Mass. and weekend- also program hymns and gospel objectionable in music that we each record, and in 26 minutes (Continued on page 23) ers Ed Moshier and John Urrich. music records. Client Festivities Bow New Format for WHOO More than 250 clients, agency executives, city officials, record company executives, and country music artists showed up to celebrate the new Countrypolitan sound of WHOO, 50,000 -watt station in Orlando, Fla. AI- though the station was a success as a rock n' roll opera- tion, general manager Robert F. Hood felt a country music format offered even greater potential. The Friday party was followed by Saturday night "Shower of Stars" show, first of a series to be held every seven weeks. General manager ...
17. J2P and P2J Ver 1 [The 1960's] [1969]
... easy listening. "if you search it out and not WPTR. Albany, and George programming to a 24 hours-a- Logo of the station will be Lorenz have launched a new the "Big Country," and the Turpin, who left KFRC: , San rely exclusively on a well - day schedule, according to gen- radio consulting firm called eral manager Clayton H. Brace. "Countrypolitan Sound" will Francisco, Jan. 23, pulls the known artist or melody." L&L : Programmers Inc. Lo- Rick Martel, who had been on 7 also be promoted. Station is early - morning shift and also Turpin relies heavily on al- renz owns WBLK -FM here and using a new jingles package sets up the music programming bum cuts. emphasizing. " ...
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