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11 minutes | 2 years ago
Pandora extends their footprint to reach Satellite radio by getting their own channel on Sirius XM. Katz Media group does some good for the Broadcasters Foundation of America… they’ve raised a boatload of money for the goodwork they do. Promotions at labels and new program directors all across our fair industry for a Friday. And Ryan Kramer tees up a weekend mix tape for your listening pleasure. It’s a shockingly slow news day… like, we’re watching paint dry around here on the last day before vacation… so let’s do this thing already. It’s the Radio Daily for Friday April 5, 2019. P R E S E N T I N G S P O N S O R S Welcome to the RadioDaily, I’m Chris Kelly. We are powered by vCreative … surely you’ve heard of them, but maybe you don’t know what they do… lemme tell you – they do what you need done at your station. The RIGHT production workflow. The tightest promotions workflow. From sales to production to programming back to sales, the process is totally documented and never been easier. If you’re still using paper for these things – STOP. Hit them up now online at vCreativeInc.com. S E G M E N T O N E For starters… this will be the last RadioDaily episode before a brief hiatus, as we head out on our long awaited honeymoon. We’ll take a break for a couple weeks then be back with the full blown launch after we return and get all our ducks back in a row! Meanwhile, some news… Sirius XM debuted a Pandora channel for its satellite and online subscribers yesterday. Pandora Now, a programmed and uncensored channel covers many different genres of music, from pop to hip hop, dance and latin. It’s available on Sirius Channel 3. Katz Media Group raised over $45,000 for the Broadcasters Foundation of America with their 10th annual company membership drive., bringing the total raised over those years to more than $350,000 for the Stu Olds Memorial Fund, named for their former CEO. The foundation provides aid to those in the industry that need assistance for various reasons. You can get details and donate yourself online at broadcastersfoundation.org. Late yesterday came word that former Bonneville and Hubbard President Bruce Reese has died at the age of 70. He served as Bonneville’s President from 96 to 2010, then segued over to Hubbard with the sale of a handful of stations and stayed there till 2014. He since served as an advisor to the company. Funeral arrangements are pending. Here’s transaction details for any programmers who aspire to be owners someday… The stations in the Wichita KS area sold by Rocking M Media to Matt Baty and Tommy Castor’s group called Allied Media went for $6.1 Million. Not too shabby. Up next, there’s a ton of industry moves to report, so we’re going to get after it ASAP … a look at Jockline is next in the RadioDaily. S E G M E N T T W O This is Jockline … powered by the Mouth. Broadcast Media’s daily mix of top news and information. Don’t forget Morning Show Boot Camp 31 is coming up again in August – the 8th and 9th at the amazing Swissotel in Chicago. Registration and details are available now – online at morningshowbootcamp.com. Y100 in Miami has found their new PD, effective immediately. Welcome to America, Taylor Jukes, formerly of Bell Media in Toronto. She aserved as the Senior Mgr of National Content for the Canadian division of iHeartRadio and was the PD of Virgin Radio Toronto prior to that gig. Radio One Philly names veteran PD Jay Dixon to that post for three of their stations. He’s been a consultant most recently, for KBLX in San Francisco and for Emmis in New York the last five years. Warner Music Nashville has promoted Cris Lacy and Ben Kline to EVP A&R and EVP and GM, respectively. Also, Scott Hendricks gets a new title as EVP A&R and Creative Advisor. All three report to Chairman and CEO John Esposito. After 25 years at Saga Communciations in De Moines Iowa, OM/PD Scot Allen is leaving the biz to become VP of Marketing for a local insurance company. Best of luck to Scott in his new adventures. Country artist Luke Combs and songwriter Jonathon Singleton have launched a new venture called 50 Egg Music. It’ll focus on new publishing and artist development. 670 the Score in Chicago has named Matt Speigel as host of its Sunday morning show called Hit & Run. That’s Entercom’s WSCR-AM and Matt’s prior home for a weekday midday show from 2009 to 2018. If you or someone you know is on the move, let us know online at TheRadioDaily.com. Ryan Kramer gives you some music notes to think about over the weekend… next in The RadioDaily. F E A T U R E I N T R O C R E D I T S / W R A P U P <ck adlibs> This full episode has been a presentation of the Radio Daily, copyright 2019. The main title VO for this episode was Gary McClenaghan, and the main feature contributor was Ryan Kramer. You too can record those main titles and/or submit a feature for inclusion in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Find the details at TheRadioDaily.com. For Gary, for Kramer and for me, Chris Kelly… Thanks for listening, catch you after our honeymoon hiatus for more brand new episodes of the RadioDaily.
15 minutes | 2 years ago
iHeartMedia stock… coming soon to a portfolio near you while Bob Pittman is tearing up the media circuit talking about how great the RadioDaily podcast is! Wait, what’s that? Oh… just podcasting in general, not this one. Got it. Cool. Industry moves… an EVP out and a new one up at Alpha Media. And more new-ish faces at iHeart, Entercom, Cumulus and Bonneville in various markets across the country. Plus Drew Carpenter returns for part deux of From Radio Zero to Voiceover Hero, or something like that. He tells you how to get rich with your pipes, basically. All in the Radio Daily for Thursday April 4 , 2019. P R E S E N T I N G S P O N S O R S I’m Chris Kelly… welcome to the RadioDaily. It is powered by vCreative … Good people doing good things with really cool software. Long story short, there’s a lot of directing traffic and information flow behind the scenes at radio stations around the world. You know how difficult it is to manage the production process or the promotions process. vCreative? That’s what they do. They do it for you and you should let them. Look them up online at vCreativeInc.com. S E G M E N T O N E Reuters reports that iHeartMedia has filed for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission to list its Class ‘A’ common shares, as it nears bankruptcy exit. The company did not disclose the number of shares it was offering, or set a price range, but said it will have two classes of shares. It just set a placeholder amount of $100 million to indicate the size of the IPO, although that can change. In other iheart news, CEO Bob Pittman is on the media circuit, talking about how quote “audio is hot for the first time in decades.” Of course, he’s referring to more than just broadcast radio, but podcasting and other new platforms. iHeart obviously intends to be a player in that discussion beyond what they already do, so watch this space for more coming soon. An interesting tidbit from Integr8 Research, whose study “The Alexa Effect” is being doled out in a blog series at their website. The survey most recently reveals that listeners who don’t own an actual radio in their house are the least likely to stream AM or FM stations on their smart speaker. It’s spun in the blog as a good thing, but I’m not sure of the logic. Go ahead and have a read yourself online at integr8research.com. The lineup is set at KTU New York’s KTUphoria show for June 15th. A-list Artists include the Chainsmokers, Ellie Goulding, Bebe Rexha, Becky G and more. Find details to try and route your own radio show dates with all the artists (wink wink) at ktu.com. Tomorrow, 93.7 KRQ in Tucson and syndicated morning show Johnjay and Rich are hosting an event to benefit Johnjay Van Es’s #lovepup foundation. The free pet friendly event will focus on raising funds, supplies and awareness for local rescue organizations. On Tuesday, Radio Ink publisher Deborah Parenti surprised iHeartMedia New York EVP of Programming Thea Mitchem with the news she’s made the cover of their Most Influential Women in Radio issue, due out in May. Mitchem of course is also day to day PD of Power 105-1. Finally, VO legend Chris Corley’s celebration of life has been set officially for this Saturday in Fort Myers FL. He sadly lost his battle with Pancreatic cancer just a couple weeks ago. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his name to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research. Up next, people are moving all over the industry. We’ll tell you who, and more importantly where with a look at Jockline. That’s next in the RadioDaily. S E G M E N T T W O It’s Jockline … powered by the Mouth. Broadcast Media’s daily mix of top news and information. Don’t forget Morning Show Boot Camp 31 is coming up again in August – the 8th and 9th at the amazing Swissotel in Chicago. Registration and details are available now – online at morningshowbootcamp.com. Alpha Media EVP Scott Mahalick has resigned from his post after 10 years of service. Seems like a mostly positive parting of ways, with compliments coming from both sides of the equation. Current VP of Programming and super nice dude Phil Becker will rise into the EVP role effective immediately. iHeartMedia Seattle’s 106-1 KISS FM stunted back in November that the station was under construction, and part of that was to find the “funniest person in Seattle” to join the morning show. That contest has ended. Enter Amber “Alabama” Cole and English Evan Omelia, to the Carla Marie and Anthony Show each weekday morning. Alabama comes from.. Chicago, oddly enough, where she most recently did middays at iHeartMedia sister station Big 95-5. English Evan comes from elsewhere in the building… ironically… right from the iHeartMedia sales department. San Diego radio vet Bob Buchman has existed as OM and PM drive co-host at iHeartMedia KGB. IN a facebook post, he says he was shocked to learn his position had been eliminated. You can reach him via email – email@example.com Big Machine promotes Michelle Attardi to Director of Publishing. She’s been with the label since 2017. Country 102.5 WKLB in Boston has a new part time, yet familiar, personality. New England radio vet Loren Petisce joins the crew. Her first shift is this Saturday from 7p to midnight. Aaron Mason is the new co-host of Bonneville News Talk KIRO’s Night show. He joins Gee Scott and occupies the slot vacated by Zak Burns last September. E Curtis Johnson is the new program director at active rock 105.1 the Blaze in Fresno. He replaces Jon Ballard who we told you departed the station last week. No word what the E in E Curtis Johnson stands for, but lets speculate it stands for “excited” about the new gig. There’s a new OM and PD at the home of the Zazza Mornings show… Cumulus WA1A in Melbourne Florida. Joe Browning will lead the four station cluster and is inbound from Hometown Media in Corpus Christi Texas. If you or someone you know is on the move, let us know online at TheRadioDaily.com. Up next, Drew Carpenter returns for the second installment of Radio zero to VO hero … where he takes you on the journey of how he’s built a six figure VO business step by step so you can too. Installment number two from him is next in The RadioDaily. F E A T U R E I N T R O Drew Carpenter has gone from a radio part timer to a full time VO artist and has quietly built a six figure business from basically anywhere he wants to hang his hat. In a multi-part series, he walks you through how he’s done it, in hopes his experience can help you do the same. Part one aired in our March 21st episode. This is Part two. C R E D I T S / W R A P U P <ck adlibs> Meantime … This full episode has been a presentation of the RadioDaily, copyright 2019. The main title VO for this episode was Adam Ketch, and the main feature contributor was Drew Carpenter. You too can record those main titles and/or submit a feature for inclusion in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Find the details at TheRadioDaily.com. For Ketch, for Drew and for me, Chris Kelly… Thanks for listening, catch you tomorrow for another episode of the RadioDaily.
18 minutes | 2 years ago
A suspect in custody for the murder of 33 year old rapper Nipsey Hussle … Mick Jagger’s ticker is the reason the Stones are postponing the tour… Six executive promotions at Entercom, plus other industry moves as well. And Pandora just raised the advertising stakes… bigtime. Plus Tommy McFly taps into the multimedia savvy of a reality TV star, performer, musician and radio host… you need to meet Erin Willet, and you will, in this week’s Quarter Hour. All in the Radio Daily for Wednesday April 3, 2019. P R E S E N T I N G S P O N S O R S This is the RadioDaily, I’m Chris Kelly and The Industry’s Podcast is powered by vCreative … Just announced, they’ve forged a new partnership with Aptivada – the industry’s most advanced contesting and marketing software. Aptivada can be integrated into vPromotions, truly making Check it out online now, all of it, at vCreativeInc dot com. S E G M E N T O N E We reported yesterday that the Rolling Stones tour was to be postponed for an unidentified medical procuedure Mike Jagger needed to have… it’s now been identified. The 75 year old Jagger will be having surgery to replace a heart valve this Friday, but is expected to make a full recovery and resume touring this summer. Word came yesterday afternoon that after the LAPD had identified a suspect in the shooting death of rapper Nipsey Hussle… They tracked him down and captured him. They say 29 Year Old Eric Holder is their guy, that he and Hussle knew each other prior to their dispute, and that Holder fled the scene after shooting and killing the rapper. Hussle was only 33 years old. The Radio Advertising Bureau Mercury Awards have extended their deadline to enter. The new entry deadline is April 19th. They’ve added two new awards this year… Creative use of Sound or Music and Creative Use of Audio, which is open to agencies, production companies and advertisers in addition to radio stations… this is on top of the coveted Best of Show prize, whose winner receives $50,000. Find the details at RAB.com. Similarly… Conclave has revealed their nominees and opened the polls for the 2019 Conclave Radio Awards. The polls close This Friday at 11:59p eastern and the winners will be revealed at Conclave, June 19-21 in Minneapolis. Details at TheConclave.com. Reviver Entertainment group has announced they’ve got a new label imprint.. DAV-MO-RECORDS is named for Moe Shulman, the father of founder, President and CEO David Ross. Shulman has been around the records industry for EIGHTY years, having worked with legeldns like the Stones, Tom Jones, ZZ Top and more. The new imprint will include newly signed Thompson Square and Aaron Goodvin. Finally … In tech news that should scare the bejesus out of you… Pandora is preparing beta testing ways for their listeners to interact with commercials via voice commands, for example, telling the app to skip a commercial if they’re not interested or requesting more information about a product if they are. For any radio person who’s ever had a client ask them to include “mention this ad to receive… whatever discount” in the production… well… Pandora basically is solving that dilemma. The advance of that technology will make things get pretty interesting pretty quickly. Up next, let’s have a look at who’s moving where, round and round they go, where they land… well, Jockline knows. Industry moves are next in the RadioDaily. S E G M E N T T W O It’s Jockline … powered by the Mouth. Broadcast Media’s daily mix of top news and information. Don’t forget Morning Show Boot Camp 31 is coming up again in August – the 8th and 9th at the amazing Swissotel in Chicago. Registration and details are available now – online at morningshowbootcamp.com. Late yesterday, Entercom released six management updates to their staff, all of whom already were with the company but better reflect the work the individuals already do. In… apparently alphabetical order… Michael Martin is now Senior Vice President of Programming and Head of Music Initatives. Tim Murphy becomes Executive Vice President of Corporate Business Development. Pat Paxton… he’s now Chief Programming Officer. Dave Richards is now Senior Vice President of Programming for Entercom in Seattle. David Rosenbloom is upped to VP of Corporate Business Development and Esther Mireya Tejeda is now Senior VP of Corporate Communications. Congrats to all. Nate Albert is in at Warner Bros Records as EVP of A&R, based in LA. He’s co-founder of one of my favorite 90’s bands the Mighty Might Bosstones, and previously help some other A&R gigs at Capitol and Republic records. The kids might know him as the guy who signed The Weeknd to his record deal. Sending best wishes for a speedy recovery to half the morning show at 94-9 The Bull Atlanta … Kristen Gates posted a live video on her Facebook page revealing she’s had a ping pong ball sized tumor removed from her brain and will be out about a month to recuperate. She’d been having terrible headaches for months and finally decided to go have a scan on March 22nd. Fortunately the tumor was accessible and doctors were able to remove it. Jackie Jones is the new Vice President of Artist and Industry Relations for the Recording Industry Association of America. She’s based in Nashville where she most recently served as director of Music and Talent for CMT. The “National Defense” which is a weekly veterans affairs radio show hosted by Randy Miller and Jerry Newberry will now be offerered in syndication by Envision Networks. The show is already on over 100 affiliates and the armed forces radio network… and as such, regularly attracts high profile guests like Tom Hanks, Jennifer Lawrence, Jay Leno, president George W Bush and more. If you or someone you know is on the move, let us know online at TheRadioDaily.com. Up next, it’s another Quarter Hour with Tommy McFly … this time, with one of the coolest multimedia pros you could know. From finalist on the Voice to the Biggest Loser, to musician and performer, to regular fill in for morning shows in New York city… it’s a Quarter Hour with Erin Willett. Next. F E A T U R E I N T R O C R E D I T S / W R A P U P <ck adlibs> Meantime … This full episode has been a presentation of the Radio Daily, copyright 2019. The main title VO for this episode was Issa Lopez, and the main feature contributor was Tommy McFly. You too can record those main titles and/or submit a feature for inclusion in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Find the details at TheRadioDaily.com. For Issa, for Tommy McFly, Erin Willett and for me, Chris Kelly… Thanks for listening, catch you tomorrow for another episode of the RadioDaily.
13 minutes | 2 years ago
An April Fools Day has come and gone, and no stations really reported in with too many hijinx… maybe that’s a good thing! A former PD rises to an owner’s chair for six stations right smack in the middle of the entire United States of America. The Stones call a timeout on the north American leg of their tour, and I’ll tell you why. Plus the usual industry moves and Ryan Kramer has the Tuesday version of his Music Meeting for you. This is the RadioDaily… for April 2, 2019. P R E S E N T I N G S P O N S O R S This is the RadioDaily… welcome, welcome, I’m Chris Kelly. And the RadioDaily is powered in part by vCreative … So maybe things come off the rails at your station a little bit more frequently than they should. Maybe your sales department and production director’s communication pipeline is… well, lacking. Promo Director loses winner sheets? I hear ya. vCreative can help with both. You should look them up… vCreativeInc.com. That’s vCreativeInc.com. S E G M E N T O N E A quick rundown of today’s headlines looks like this … Yesterday was April Fools day. Nothing significant happened. We had a GREAT podcast with huge breaking news… glad we all made it through the day! Elsewhere in Philadelphia, Beasley adult hits 95.7 BEN FM flipped formats for the day… Playing any “THEME” we want… meaning, all TV theme songs. Moving over to Wichita Kansas, where an ownership torch has been passed. Allied Media Partners has come to terms to purchase six Wichita area stations from Rocking M Media. The new company is comprised of two Wichita natices – CEO Matt Baty and COO Tommy Castor. Baty’s experience is on the business side and Castor is the programmer and radio guy. He’s been a GM for Rocking M since last year and previously spent a decade programming iHeartMedia CHR Channel 96-3. Hubbard Country B-105 in Cincinnati celebrated the station’s FIFTIETH birthday yesterday! On April 1, 1969 they signed on and started playing country music… now, thru several ownerships, fifty years later they’re still doing what they do. To celebrate, Jason Aldean announced a show this summer along with Kane Brown Dee Jay Silber and Carly Pearce will be the official 50th birthday bash for the station. Fallen former sports radio host from The Fan in NY… Craig Carton is due to face sentencing for convictions on all counts in a securities fraud Ponzi scheme, in which the host raised millions of dollars from a hedge fund for a ticket resale scheme, but then used all the cash to repay his gambling debts. Friends are rallying to the cause offering support for Carton and asking the judge to go easy on him – including Boomer Esiason, former NJ Governor Chris Christie and actor Joe Poscopo, among others. The Rolling Stones have announced they’re postponing the North American leg of the No Filter tour, which was to fire up in Miami April 20. The announcement goes on to explain that Mick Jagger requires some medical treatment, but doesn’t go into detail for what. A source close to the band says it’s nothing serious. For anyone thinking about launching a new podcast, the metrics company called Podtrac has release a list of the top national formats, ranked by unique monthly audience. The top categories, not surprisingly, are Comedy, News & politics, society and culture and business. Comedy, for example, shows an 82% bump in audience Year over Year, but also had a 50% bump in the number of shows it tracked year over year. Find the results of the whole survey at Podtrac.com. Next, we take a stroll across the radio and records landscape to see who’s moving where, who’s doing what, and who’s bragging about all of it. Industry Moves are next via our friends at The Mouth and Jockline … in the Radio Daily. S E G M E N T T W O This is Jockline … it’s powered by the Mouth. Broadcast media’s daily mix of Top News and Information. Up in August… it’s Morning Show Boot Camp 31, August 8 and 9, back in Chicago. And just announced at MSBC 31, it’s a podcast master class. You definitely want to attend .. for details and to register go to morningshowbootcamp.com. Westwood One syndicated the Ty Bentli Show has officially crossed the pond with a deal in place to anchor the brand new Country Hits Radio, the first ever nationwide country music radio station in the UK, owned by Bauer Media UK. The show will debut on April 5th. Lotus active rock 105.1 The Blaze in Fresno has parted ways with its PD, Jon Ballard, after six years there. He’s previously spent time at DC101, Big 100.3, also in DC, KISW in Seattle and KZZP in Phoenix. Cumulus country Nash FM in Lafayette Louisiana has named Danita Maldonado its PM drive personality and manager of web and social media. She previously was on the air in Odessa and Corpus Christi Texas. Alt 92-9 in Huntsville Alabama has added the Premiere Networks syndicated Woody Show to their lineup, and just this week also added market vet Clay Freak Daddy Coleman to the PM drive slot. Warner/Chappell Music has announced new leadership at the label effective yesterday. Guy Moot is co-chair and CEO with Carianne Marshall, who is the other co-chair and COO. Moot comes from President of Worldwide Creative at Sony and replaces Jon Platt. Monticello Media’s WCYK Charlottesville, Virginia has parted ways with PD Paul McDaniel. He had been PD and done afternoons since 2013. Mancow Muller is getting an extra half hour on WLS-AM in Chicago each day. Robert Feder reports he’ll now be starting at 5:30 AM Central and will continue to 9a each weekday. Bonneville Denver has announced that James Merilatt is their new digital sports director at sportradio 104-3 The Fan. He segues from the Director of Business Operations post at the Kroenke Sports owned Colorado Mammoth lacrosse team. If you or someone you know is on the move, please let us know who, when and where online at theRadioDaily.com. Ryan Kramer’s up and ready, for the Tuesday version of a RadioDaily Music meeting… next. F E A T U R E I N T R O C R E D I T S / W R A P U P <ck adlibs> Meantime … This full podcast has been a presentation of the Radio Daily, copyright 2019. The main title VO for this episode was Lisa Keys, and the main feature contributor was Ryan kramer. You too can record those main titles and/or submit a feature for inclusion in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Find the details at TheRadioDaily.com. Lisa Keys, for Ryan Kramer and for me, Chris Kelly… Thanks for listening, see you tomorrow for another episode of the RadioDaily.
10 minutes | 2 years ago
Happy First of April, 2019. Let’s get to work. On the moon.
13 minutes | 2 years ago
It’s the last day of Worldwide Radio Summit in Los Angeles. I’m exhausted. I have no voice. But there will be a podcast… oh yes, there will be a RadioDaily. I’ll name drop just a couple highlights of yesterday’s action for you. Then I’ll catch you up on the industry moves of some of the people who aren’t in LA this week… yes, people are still doing business elsewhere! And finally Ryan Kramer runs down the music biz for the week and tosses you a mix tape. Inside the RadioDaily for Friday March 29, 2019. P R E S E N T I N G S P O N S O R S This is the RadioDaily, I’m Chris Kelly… and we are in Burbank California for Worldwide Radio Summit, powered by vCreative. I spent yesterday watching Jinny, Susie and the staff at vCreative be peppered with questions and compliments for the work they do keeping things organized at radio stations worldwide… if your station is a little chaotic behind the scenes, the production process or the promotions pipeline around your building, by all means check them out online now… vCreativeInc.com. S E G M E N T O N E adlibbed S E G M E N T T W O This is Jockline … powered by the Mouth. Broadcast Media’s daily mix of top news and information. Don’t forget Morning Show Boot Camp 31 is coming up again in August – the 8th and 9th at the amazing Swissotel in Chicago. Registration and details are available now – online at morningshowbootcamp.com. There’s a new SVP of Programming for iheartMedia in Indianapolis… Dave Hill is the new SVP for Q95 and Alt 103.3, effective next week. He most recently served as PD of Big 105.9 in Miami. A pair of PD’s in Cleveland, as iHeart names Carletta Blake PD of country station WGAR and Jason Carr PD of Adult Hits 106-5 The Lake. They fill the shoes left by Charley Connoly, who departed last month, and will report to SVP programming Keith Abrams. Alpha Media Alt 105 point 1 Louisville has named Phil PK Kukawinski as program director. He most recently was at alternative WFUZ in Wilkes Barre Scranton, and spent time at Bell Media Alternative CIMX in Windsor/Detroit. Neuhoff Media Bloomington announced Wes Styles as the new program director of adult hits 97.9 BOB FM. Rover’s Morning Glory is in for mornings at iHeartMedia Rock 95-1 ZZO Allentown PA, starting Monday. Former morning host Keith Moyer moves to afternoons on the same day and debuts “The Keith Show.” Next, Ryan Kramer sets up next week for you with a recap of what’s happened in the music world this week, plus gives you a few things to make sure you drop into a playlist this weekend. His weekend Mix Tape is next in the RadioDaily. F E A T U R E / I N T R O C R E D I T S / W R A P U P <ck adlibs> Meantime … This full podcast has been a presentation of the Radio Daily, copyright 2019. The main title VO for this episode was Gary McC, and the main feature contributor was me. You too can record those main titles and/or submit a feature for inclusion in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Find the details at TheRadioDaily.com. For Gary McC and for me, Chris Kelly… Thanks for listening, catch you again next week for another episode of the RadioDaily.
12 minutes | 2 years ago
Instead of coming to you from the west coast of Florida, we’re live on the west coast of the entire US of A, at the Worldwide Radio Summit this week. Are you here? Find me! It’s a hundred million bucks for Parcast, as reported in yesterday’s episode… they’re another podcasting company caught in Spotify’s tractor beam, but it’s a good thing and I’ll tell you more about it. Also some other really interesting digital stats just released. Plus industry moves and a full blown rundown of what’s happening out here in Burbank today and tomorrow… All that and more Inside the RadioDaily for Thursday March 28, 2019. P R E S E N T I N G S P O N S O R S Live from Burbank California … can we say live? This is very clearly recorded. Anyway, recorded in Burbank California at the WorldWide Radio Summit … this is the RadioDaily. I’m Chris Kelly and the Industry’s Podcast is powered by vCreative. You’ll find Jinny and some of her people here on site at WWRS but if you’re not here, well, then find them online. They’ve got all your station workflow solutions – from paperless production orders to streamlining your entire promotions process… they’re online at vCreativeInc.com. S E G M E N T O N E Live from Worldwide Radio Summit in Burbank, California… last night was the unofficial kickoff to the festivities with the 2019 Opening Night Cocktail party sponsored by Westwood One and hosted by Rick Party and Sasha the Diva. It’s somewhat of a new year for WWRS, in that the last several years have seen the conference right in the heart of the action, and riff raff, being held at hotels right on Hollywood Blvd. However this year, it’s being held at the gorgeous Castaway outside Burbank, with views for days. I’ll be back in a separate segment running down the highlights of the two and a half day conference in just a few minutes. Meanwhile, outside of the Burbank bubble and elsewhere, the totals are in from Urban One’s national 11th annual St Jude Cares for Kids Radiothon held on March 7th and 8th across the US. Their stations collectively raised more than $1.6 Million in cash and pledges which is amazing! The years top fundraising stations include Praise 102.5 in Atlanta, Praise 104.1 in DC and The Light in Raleigh NC. St Jude is a remarkable organization, if you’ve never had the chance to go. I’ve had the honor of attending their seminar in Memphis a few times and to be perfectly honest, for what a hospital normally feels like, like you might be used to, St Jude is absolutely none of that. It is a tremendously optimistic place, full of hope and brave, brave people… most of them kids. Some question the idea of doing large scale fundraisers and sending those proceeds out of your local market, but I can promise you as I’ve seen first hand, St Jude is an amazing place and a worthy cause. Check out their fundraising efforts online at XYZ.com. We reported yesterday on the sale of podcast company Parcast, now another Spotify acquisition. At press time we didn’t have details, now we do. That deal allegedly worth $100 million, and even better, I mentioned a new podcast they’ve created featuring a former morning show host from Riverside San Bernardino … even better… the company itself was created by a guy named Max Cutler. Max is the son of Ron Cutler. Ron Cutler was the founder of Cutler Comedy Networks, which ultimately was sold to Premiere. But more and more of these podcast company victories are attached to names from in or recently out of radio – and that underscores the purpose of THIS podcast… to take radio pros who do great content and start helping make the transition from traditional broadcasting to include podcasting and other digital tech. Meantime, congrats to Max Cutler and staff on their success. Additionally on the podcast front, Westwood One examined the role of new technologies in the audio experience with the release of their Westwood One 2019 Audioscape Report. Among it’s key findings are that the podcast audience is maturing: the median age advanced from 29 in 2017 to 35 in 2018. According to Edison Research’s “Share of Ear” report, the podcasting median age has aged by six years from 29 in Q4 2017 to 35 in Q4 2018, still younger than AM/FM radio (which is 46) and broadcast television networks (which is 56). Also according to a study from the Interactive Advertising Bureau , listeners report higher levels of concentration while listening to podcasts than most other online and podcasting is the only media where learning and entertainment coexist. As we keep saying, and the purpose of this podcast is to help pound into your brain that The attractive podcasting environment represents a unique opportunity for brands to get their message heard by a receptive and engaged audience. While some of the movers and shakers are here in Los Angeles this week, there’s still a boatload more moving all across north America and we report on them in Jockline. That’s coming up next in the RadioDaily. S E G M E N T T W O It’s Jockline … powered by the Mouth. Broadcast Media’s daily mix of top news and information. Don’t forget Morning Show Boot Camp 31 is coming up again in August – the 8th and 9th at the amazing Swissotel in Chicago. Registration and details are available now – online at morningshowbootcamp.com. Yesterday we had a Quarter Hour segment with Tommy McFly and his guest was Charese Fruge… she recorded the episode Monday afternoon and immediately after that, parted ways with Radio Now as CHR Format Captain, in addition to day to day PD duties in both Indy and Houston. The astute listener might have caught that we introed her as “formerly” of Radio One, but out of respect for her we waited for the formal announcement to include her departure in the news. And now you know. Officially. It was still a great conversation with her, literally minutes before her tenure with RadioOne ended. If you missed it, I encourage you to go back and listen to yesterday’s episode. Brian Jennings has exited as Program Director for Griffin Communications country KVOO and Classic Country Big Country 99.5 in Tulsa Oklahoma, effective immediately. He joined the stations in 2017 while they were still under Scripps ownership. Cumulus Rock 100.5 in Atlanta is the new FM home of Atlanta Braves baseball. Dickey Broadcasting 680 The Fan is the flagship station, but the FM affiliate had previously been soon to be former sister station news/talk WYAY-FM. The Vault 92.3 in amazing Grand Junction CO has hired Pat O’Neill as Program Director and morning show host. The station is owned by MBC Grand Broadcasting, and hes incoming from Rochester Minnesota, and was PD and morning host at Magic 98 in Madison Wisconsin before that. Max Media 97.3 The Eagle in Norfolk Virginia Beach brand manager Jason Addams has hired a couple new voices for the station. Robbie Big Red Vogler crosses the hall from the sports station and Bri “Georgia” Cossu will do weekends in addition to her current role on top 40 ssister stations Hot 100.5. Radio Training Network Contemporary Christian The Joy FM Florida has named Morning Show co-host Carmen Brown as General Manager for the station. She replaces Jeff McFarlane who occupied the role since 1993. Her first order of business was to appoint co-host Dave Cruise as music director, and Steve Baker as Director of Operations. Finally not so much of an industry move as a programming note, but worth a mention.. Triple A KEXP radio in Seattle has a pretty cool day of programming happening all day today called Music Heals: Beyond Cancer. They’ll spend all today from 6a to 6p focused on the power of music and how it plays a role in the lives of those affected by cancer, their families and caregivers. They’ll be taking requests and sharing the stories of listeners and people around the community who have used music as a way to help them through this difficult chapter. You can check them out and listen live today online at KEXP.com. Next, we bring it back here to Worldwide Radio Summit in Los Angeles for a quick rundown of some of what’s going on today and tomorrow at the international radio conference. That’s next in the RadioDaily, after this quick message. F E A T U R E / I N T R O C R E D I T S / W R A P U P <ck adlibs> Meantime … This full podcast has been a presentation of the Radio Daily, copyright 2019. The main title VO for this episode was Neal Martin, and the main feature contributor was me. You too can record those main titles and/or submit a feature for inclusion in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Find the details at TheRadioDaily.com. For Neal Martin and for me, Chris Kelly… Thanks for listening, catch you again tomorrow LIVE from the Worldwide Radio Summit in Burbank for another episode of the RadioDaily.
19 minutes | 2 years ago
Hmmm… so you’ve gone from a morning show in Southern California to host of a hot new podcast put out by a company that was just gobbled up by Spotify. Seems like you’re making all the right decisions to me! A philly fixture trades cheesesteaks for Tex-Mex and other Texas kinds of things… and Free Beer and Hot Wings, ironically, adds cheese too. Ooh. Now I’m hungry? Tommy McFly hangs with veteran programmer and consultant Charese Fruge, who tackles issues like the number of female PD’s and how talent can get noticed by VP types like her. We also buzz through a quick Worldwide Radio Summit preview before jetting off to LA today. Inside the RadioDaily for Wednesday March 27, 2019 P R E S E N T I N G S P O N S O R S This is the RadioDaily, I’m Chris Kelly and The Industry’s Podcast is powered by vCreative … Just announced yesterday, they’ve forged a new partnership with Aptivada – the industry’s most advanced contesting and marketing software. Well, now Aptivada can be integrated into vPromotions. vCreative put themselves on the map with a cloud-based production workflow and tracking, but if you don’t yet know all about vPromotions, you’re killin me smalls. Check it out online now, all of it, at vCreativeInc dot com. S E G M E N T O N E So I want to play you a quick snippet of a new podcast released this week for two reasons… first, the snippet. <audio> Reason number one… that voice, from the new Parcast original podcast called “Survival” which debuted earlier this week, is Irma Blanco. She’s one of us and most recently did mornings at KOLA 99.9 in Riverside San Bernardino till her departure last year. She’s now the co-host of this new podcast along with Tim Johnson, which tells the pretty wild stories of people who have survived some pretty extreme circumstances. I point it out as another indicator that good radio people can make great podcast creators… and further to that point, the company that has put this Survival podcast out, Parcast, was announced yesterday as yet another acquisition by streaming monster Spotify. They already purchased Gimlet Media and Anchor last month, now with Parcast they add another 18 original podcast series to their roster. The terms of the acquisition as of now, are still undisclosed. iHeartMedia’s Newsradio 610 and 96.7 New Hampshire has raised over $153,000 for local veterans with their fifth annual Make 12 Hours Count radiothon. New Hampshire Today host Jack Heath did the 12 hour marathon broadcast from 6a to 6p and raised the money for an organization called Veterans Count – an organization that provides financial assistance, services and resources to New Hampshire vets, service members and their families. Kudos to Jack and the rest of the staff involved for a job well done. Today, many across the industry are en route to the airport wherever their home may be to board their flight to the west coast for the Worldwide Radio Summit in sunny Burbank, California. It’s going to be a whirlwind right from the start. From Kelly Doherty’s exclusive Imaging House producers and VO bash to the official WWRS welcome cocktail party, to the official welcome address from All Access President Joel Denver tomorrow morning at 9:15. We hope to have highlights for you each day as we take the RadioDaily on the road to Los Angeles for the rest of this week, live from the Worldwide Radio Summit. Or, you know, live as a podcast can be. Stupid technology… Up next, let’s have a look at who’s moving where, round and round they go, where they land… well, Jockline knows. Industry moves are next in the RadioDaily. S E G M E N T T W O It’s Jockline … powered by the Mouth. Broadcast Media’s daily mix of top news and information. Don’t forget Morning Show Boot Camp 31 is coming up again in August – the 8th and 9th at the amazing Swissotel in Chicago. Registration and details are available now – online at morningshowbootcamp.com. Former longtime WBEB Philly PD Chuck Knight has been inked as the new Senior Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia Austin and San Antonio, effective this coming Monday. He will oversee all of the iHeart brands in the two geographically close-ish markets, but will serve as day to day PD for AC Q101.9 in San Antonio. KMLE at 107-9 in Phoenix has promoted Andrea Burtscher to Music Director, effective immediately. She annexes those repsonsibilities in addition to her day to day duties as Director of marketing and promotions for Entercom Phoenix, which also includes KOOL and Live 101.5. Syndicated Free Beer and Hot Wings adds cheese … no, literally. The Compass Media Networks syndicated show is adding Kelly Cheesborough to the lineup as of next week. She was previously exec producer for Jeff and Jenn at Star 94.1 in Atlanta. Central Florida Educational Foundation’s Contemporary Christian Z88.3 Orlando has launched a new PM drive show… it’s Afternoons with Shadow and Coppelia, and their first day was yesterday. Scotty K, host of the morning show on Cumulus Hot 93-3 in Dallas, among others, as announced he’s been selected to compete on the 11th season of NBC’s American Ninja Warrior. He’ll travel to Oklahoma City to compete in the qualifiers round on April 12 and 13th … in addition to his radio life, he also hosts a podcast called “Off the Course – An American Ninja Warrior Podcast.” North of the border… Corus Entertainment Hot AC has flipped from Fresh back to Energy 95.3 and have firmly installed Tucker and Maura in the Morning. It’s a return to the airwaves for the duo, who were bounced from Virgin Radio Toronto back in November. NRG Media’s Hot 96-7 in Wausau Wisconsin has a new midday guy… that’s Robby Cruz. He’s incoming from a producer gig with The Rise Guys at Entercom sports ESPN 1320 in Sacramento. Many new hats for Doug Daniels at Easy 104.1 in Reno, as Big Horn Media names him afternoon host slash sales manager slash consultant. And his wife Denise also comes on board at the station as imaging voice, effective April 1st. That’s a lot of change in one little transaction. WKNY Radio Kingston in Kingston NY has added an FM translator. For the first time in 79 years you can hear the station on the FM dial at 107.9 FM. It’s a fun, non-comm variety station… and worth a listen for fun. Get them at RadioKingston.org. If you or someone you know is on the move, let us know online at TheRadioDaily.com. Next, Tommy McFly gets F E A T U R E I N T R O C R E D I T S / W R A P U P <ck adlibs> Meantime … This full podcast has been a presentation of the Radio Daily, copyright 2019. The main title VO for this episode was Heidi West, and the main feature contributor was Tommy McFly. You too can record those main titles and/or submit a feature for inclusion in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Find the details at TheRadioDaily.com. For Heidi, for Tommy McFly, Charese Fruge and for me, Chris Kelly… Thanks for listening, catch you tomorrow LIVE from the Worldwide Radio Summit in Los Angeles for another episode of the RadioDaily.
15 minutes | 2 years ago
Boom goes the dynamite at New York Country outlet 94 point 7 NASH FM … or, well, wait… kinda. Entercom is now at the controls, so it’s what you’d think. Just a little paint thinner on the brand. San Antonio is happily celebrating radio mediocrity and I kinda like it. Boston radio is collecting big money for kids, but hey look, so is Alexandria Louisiana. Industry moves in Jockline and Kramer does impact day for CHR and Urban. Happy Tuesday… This is the RadioDaily… for March 26, 2019. P R E S E N T I N G S P O N S O R S This is the RadioDaily… welcome, welcome, I’m Chris Kelly. And the RadioDaily is powered in part by vCreative … So maybe things come off the rails at your station a little bit more frequently than they should. Maybe your sales department and production director’s communication pipeline is… well, lacking. Promo Director loses winner sheets? I hear ya. vCreative can help with both. You should look them up… vCreativeInc.com. That’s vCreativeInc.com. S E G M E N T O N E <audio> Yeah if you’re wondering… country on 94.7 FM in New York City used to be called NASH FM, didn’t it? Yes, it did. Till yesterday. Entercom announced that it’s dumped the Cumulus-flavored NASH branding in favor of simply “New York’s Country 94-7”, effective immediately. Cumulus of course, trading NASH along with a handful of other stations to Entercom for the stations in Indianapolis. No other changes aside from dropping the NASH brand are expected. There are any number of things about radio that I love … and one of them is putting some kind of imaging or promo on the air, totally out of left field, that makes people kinda go… wait… what? Just like this. <audio> Wait… play that again? <audio> I thought so. San Antonio’s number TWO Hit Music Station… that’s the brainchild of National Director of Digital Content and new Energy 94.1 PD Ernie Martinez and VP of Content for Alpha Media Phil Becker. Their feeling is that listeners can smell BS from a mile away and that hype-laden positioning statements are a thing of the past, so hey, why not tell the truth about being number two? Funny thing is I remember the data from years back about the very same thing… people don’t love the “We’re number one” chest thumping, so everyone took that off the air, but never figured out what to say in its place, so slowly but surely those positioners crept back pn the air. This, to me, is brilliant. And you know listeners like the underdog, so even if they won’t admit it, I see the smirk and twinkle in Phil Becker’s eye on this one… Check more out and have a listen online at energy941.com. In another example of radio doing incredible things in the market they serve, we look to Boston and Mix 104.1’s 16th annual “Mix Cares for Kids Radiothon” How much did they raise? <audio> Over $618,000 and change in donations this year. That’s amazing. The radiothon was broadcast live from the Boston Children’s Hospital from 5:30a through 7p on March 15. Congrats to everyone involved on a job well done there. Also, how about this… over $106,000 is headed to St Jude Children’s Research hospital thanks to 100.3 KRRV in Alexandria Louisiana whose annual Country Cares for St Jude radiothon was last Thursday and Friday. Well done to PD Melissa Frost, and talent Pat Cloud and David Atwood. Finally, yesterday brought the announcement from Apple that they’ve created a new, updated subscription service called Apple News Plus … this is $9.99 a month and for it, you have access to more than 300 magazines and newspapers, plus digital news services and more. Some publications included… GQ, Sports Illustrated, New York Magazine, in addition to papers like the Wall Street Journal and LA Times. An interesting play when you think about it, from a publisher’s perspective… if you used to get a subscription to deliver a paper from each house you delivered it to… and now you’re one of 300+ publications a person gets for less than ten bucks a month? Ouch. One can only hope this starts dumping new money back into print journalism’s coffers in time! Next, we take a stroll across the radio and records landscape to see who’s moving where, who’s doing what, and who’s bragging about all of it. Industry Moves are next via our friends at The Mouth and Jockline … in the Radio Daily. S E G M E N T T W O It’s Jockline … powered by the Mouth. Broadcast Media’s daily mix of top news and information. Don’t forget Morning Show Boot Camp 31 is coming up again in August – the 8th and 9th at the amazing Swissotel in Chicago. Registration and details are available now – online at morningshowbootcamp.com. Longtime Philly fixture Chio is making the move a bit northeast to Townsquare heritgage country station WOKQ/Portsmouth NH as of next week. The Chio and Kira in the Morning Show, co hosted by Kira Lew, will also be simulcast on 103-7 The Peak in Portland Maine. Buck Owens country station KUZZ Bakersfield CA has notified the world that longtime market pro Kenn McCloud is adding Music Director duties as of this coming Monday. He’s been at KUZZ since October 2016 after a long 15 year run with iHeartMedia / Clear Channel Bakersfield as SVP of Programming. Ben Larsen has earned a few stripes as he’s promoted to SVP International Marketing for Warner Brothers Records. He’s based in Los Angeles where he relocated from the Warner Music family in London about three years ago. Bill O’Reilly is making his triumphant return… well, to radio anyway. Not with a longform talk program like he once hosted, instead, he’ll be providing a 15-minute “O’Reilly Update” beginning April 29th, available thru syndicator Key Networks. There’s a new Director of Sales at Hubbard Radio Seattle… Michael Fashana has earned the appointment after previously serving as the Director of Regional National sales at Comcast Spotlight in Seattle. Country artist Tyler Farr has been added to the Broken Bow / Night Train Records roster. This is the first venture between Broken Bow and Jason Aldean’s Night Train Records. Farr was previously with Columbia with a handful of Top 5’s. Coming up next… Ryan Kramer knows it’s impact day at CHR and Urban. He’s got his crystal ball shined up and knows exactly what you need to be considering for adds this week. A RadioDaily music meeting is NEXT. F E A T U R E I N T R O C R E D I T S / W R A P U P <ck adlibs> Meantime … This full podcast has been a presentation of the Radio Daily, copyright 2019. The main title VO for this episode was Adam Ketch, and the main feature contributor was Ryan Kramer. You too can record those main titles and/or submit a feature for inclusion in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Find the details at TheRadioDaily.com. For Ketch, Kramer and for me, Chris Kelly… Thanks for listening, see you tomorrow for the next episode of the RadioDaily.
14 minutes | 2 years ago
The industry mourns the passing of a voiceover icon … one of those guys that someday in the next few weeks, you’re gonna hear someone else say about him: ya know, they just don’t make em like that anymore. iHeartMedia gets all fancy as they make their plans to reemerge from bankruptcy the second quarter of this year. A handful of moves to report… including the return to a coveted time slot on a coveted radio station in an amazing market… if only the New England Patriots didn’t live there. And Ryan Kramer does his Music Meeting for your Monday impact day. All in the RadioDaily for Monday March 25, 2019. P R E S E N T I N G S P O N S O R S Hello hello … I’m Chris Kelly … welcome to The RadioDaily powered by vCreative … All those moving parts behind the scenes of your radio station. Salespeople going this way, production director going that way, trying to snag the talent with a net as they pass to just voice their production… and if they do, you’ll produce and load it for them. Stop. vCreative makes this all SOOOO much easier. And you’ll be amazed what they can do with your promotions department too. Look them up online right now. vCreativeInc.com. S E G M E N T O N E Friday brought the sad news that Voiceover legend Chris Corley passed away last Thursday night, from pancreatic cancer, at the too young age of 55. <audio> That’s audio from one of many tributes making their way around social media … Corley of course is best known as the voice of FOX TV, in addition to major league baseball, Discovery, a million other things on TV, the best movie trailers you’ve ever heard and a whole boatload of radio stations across the United States. A statement from Lisa Marber-Rich, co-founder and president of Atlant Talent put it best: “After 25+ years together, our hearts are broken at the loss of our dear friend. The world will be a quieter place without the melodious sounds of Chris Corley.” Well said, Lisa. Condolences to Chris’s friends, family and many admirers across the industry. Details are forthcoming but a celebration of his life is planned for April 6th in his hometown of Fort Myers. More thoughts on Corley at the end of today’s episode. iHeartMedia is apparently considering an IPO … that’s Initial Public Offering … as a path back to getting its stock listed on a major stock exchange. They released a statement on Friday saying they’re quote “evaluating potential paths to achieve its listing following emergence from its restructuring process in the second quarter of this year.” A requirement in part of the reorganization plan to use reasonable best efforts to achieve a listing on a US stock exchange as it emerges from bankruptcy. An IPO is one way to do it. Friday and the weekend were relatively quiet on the industry news front… I’m not going to cook up some data to share with you for the sake of sharing it… brevity, right? So we’ll move on to the who’s who and where who’s moving across the industry, cause there are in fact a ton of those… the Jockline segment is next. S E G M E N T T W O This is Jockline … it’s powered by The Mouth, Broadcast Media’s Daily Mix of Top News and Information. Registration is now OPEN for Morning Show Boot Camp 31, back in Chicago August 8th and 9th at the amazing Swisshotel. Get registered at MorningShowBootCamp.com now. As of today, Jammin 94-5 in Boston sees the return of Ashlee Feldman to the morning show. “Ashlee and the new Jam’n morning show” (that’s what it’s called) is hosted by Ashlee and Santi Deoleo, in addition to other feature players time and again. iHeartMedia Top 40 Y100 Miami’s afternoon guy Mack is making the long walk across the hall to sister station AC 93.9 WMIA for mornings. He’ll be joined by KIIS Los Angeles weekend host, Letty B and his Y100 producer Nick Pena. The new show starts April 1st. There’s a new General Sales Manager at Cox in Houston. Leti Aguilera takes over effective April 8th. She’s incoming from a variety of positions in the industry over her career, from AE to Regional VP and most recently in Chicago. Connoisseur Media Director of Brand Management Michelle Stevens has exited the building. She’s been with Connoisseur since 2012 when they purchased Nassau Broadcasting, but in one way or the other, she’s been associated with those properties for over 30 years. B103.9 in Big Rapids Michigan has a new afternoon jock. Welcome, Brian Holmes, invound from 93-1 Jamz in Madison where he was APD and did nights. Hubbard Radio has a new strategy with podcasting… or more accurate, a new manager of corporate podcasting strategy, and that’s Wheeler Morris. He’s been the guy in Minneapolis, but will now work with Hubbard partner PodcastOne and with SVP Programming Greg Strassell. If you or someone you know is on the move, please let us know online at theRadioDaily.com. Heading into the weekend, always goo d to be up to speed on what’s happening around the music industry so there’s no surprises come Monday, and oh yeah, a fresh weekend jam or two perhaps. Ryan Kramer and the Weekend Mix Tape are next. C R E D I T S / W R A P U P Final thoughts for a Monday … I thought about this over the weekend. Back in 2009, I had a classic rock station in our cluster that had Brian James as its primary voice guy. We had just re-imaged the station with his voice not even a year prior, and of course, in March 2009, sadly Brian James passed away. We weren’t quite sure where to turn or what to do. How do you replace that iconic voice? Well, we and many others replaced it with Chris Corley’s. I don’t remember the specifics of the deal at the time. But I do remember that under the circumstances, Chris Corley was so, so, so gracious, understanding, patient and willing to absolutely anything to help radio stations all over get re-voiced, re-produced and re-launched. He was super, super classy, and of course one of the most instantly recognizable voiceover artists of all time. In 2009, we replaced a legend in Brian James with another legend in Chris Corley. In 2019, sadly the both of them have been taken far, far too soon. Those voices are the ones we’ll remember… long after the current voiceover boom we’re going through where anyone with a computer at home can take a run at it. To use a cliché, they just don’t make them like that anymore. Rest in peace, Chris Corley. Meantime … This full podcast has been a presentation of the Radio Daily, copyright 2019. The main title VO for this episode was Kelly Doherty, and the main feature contributor was Ryan Kramer. You too can record those main titles and/or submit a feature for inclusion in an upcoming episode of the podcast. Find the details at TheRadioDaily.com. For Kelly, for Ryan Kramer and for me, Chris Kelly… Thanks for listening, see you tomorrow for another episode of the RadioDaily.
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