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Seth Resler is a 20-year broadcasting veteran who worked on the mic and behind the programming desk in markets ranging from Providence, St. Louis, and Seattle to Boston and New York City. He also did radio in Silicon Valley before crossing into online marketing. Now, as the “Digital Dot Connector” for Jacobs Media, Seth works with radio stations ac…
 
In this bonus episode, Musicmaster Scheduling Founder & President JOE KNAPP returns to share what prompted him to focus his programming, music, and engineering chops on a futuristic approach to scheduling music with (…gasp!) a computer. He shares some of the initial objections to using a software program inside a radio station ─ and how some radio …
 
If you're wondering what a post-pandemic musicscape will be like in 2021 and beyond, you've come to the right place! Sean Ross is an industry expert on music,, the evolution of formats, and the evolution of radio programming strategy in a world of audio choices. He’s programmed at the station level and worked in A&R for the recording industry. He n…
 
Roula Christie has a storied career in radio. Beginning as an hourly employee answering request lines at a hometown station, she moved to morning show host in a top 10 metro. Along the way, she’s been an integral part of a team that was named Station of the Year, took home a Marconi Award, and she received named MIW Airblazer of the year by The Men…
 
David Cannon and Ritchie Beams have been Ace and TJ since the early 90’s when – as the only two single guys on staff – the Louisiana natives were paired up for the first time on a local Top 40 station near their hometowns. They moved from nights to mornings, then on to Baton Rouge, then to stations in Huntsville and Birmingham in Alabama, before be…
 
Why were the recent political polls so far off again? What does this mean for radio measurement and ratings? We ask Leigh Jacobs, a prominent research and perceptual wizard why, and what radio can do about it. Leigh got his start with a 15-year career as Program Director for AC, Hot AC, and Classic Rock stations in Louisville, Detroit, Baltimore, a…
 
We didn’t get into radio to make average audio for average people. Master Marketer SETH GODIN shares why we don’t have to. This best-selling author (Permission Marketing, Tribes, Purple Cow, and others) shares an elegant gameplan that inspires radio people and other creative types to stretch and commit to putting our best work out into the world. D…
 
Valerie Geller is president of Geller Media International, a broadcast consulting firm, which has trained broadcasters throughout the world at more than 500 stations in 27 countries, including the BBC, NPR, CBS Radio and more. She’s the author of three books about radio, and her latest, BEYOND POWERFUL RADIO is about to be released in Audible form.…
 
If the name Joe Knapp rings a bell, it will be properly sound coded, categorized, and separated from other plays, since he is the ncer and creator of Musicmaster...the world’s most popular music scheduling system. On the station side, Joe has been a chief engineer, PD and air talent for various stations throughout the midwest including the legendar…
 
Robin began her radio career at KGO San Francisco working under Jack Swanson. She was then hired to program KOA Denver. Later, when former KFI needed to find their next PD, Robin was the obvious choice. Since then, she’s kept the ratings high, helped steer KFI through a couple of snags, won some awards for the ongoing commitment to public affairs, …
 
Steve Goldstein is recognized as a foremost audio innovator and thought leader in programming, marketing and management. His track record of success spans virtually every major radio format for some of the nation's top broadcasting companies. Steven has created and developed numerous successful radio brands and nurtured and advanced local and natio…
 
For several decades, the term “Mainstream Media” has been weaponized, first by scrappy fringe voices railing against legacy networks and newspapers; and more recently by cable outlets like FOX News and MSNBC. Our guest finds this ironic since ratings qualify them as “mainstream.” And, in his view, the obsolescence of the term has never been more pa…
 
You may wonder why Mix 92.9 has been the perennial ratings leader in Nashville, and how they maintain their market leadership. The reasons are not always obvious. And you heard right…it’s not even a Country station! WJXA & WNFN OM Barbara Bridges been named one of the top 50 Programmers in the nation four times by Radio Ink magazine and has been fe…
 
When we want to find out what’s happening next in radio and the audio space, there’s a reason so many media pro’s contact BUZZ KNIGHT. As the CEO of Buzz Knight Media, he specializes in providing strategic insight and guidance for media brands to achieve their rating and revenue goals ─ but that’s just the start! Buzz got his start in radio & has u…
 
Darren Wilhite and Tim Wall have been doing radio together for almost 25 years. They’ve got a couple of CMA Awards and can boast having the highest-rated morning radio show in the country. They’ve met just about every music artist they play, and likely have a story to share about each encounter. Their brand of humor can be pretty twisted, yet most …
 
Randi West has been entertaining radio audiences for more than 20 years. While she’s been on-air for most of her career, Randi’s also handled Music, Promotions, Marketing and more during stops in Illinois, Ohio and North Carolina and most recently Tampa. No sooner does she accept the primo position of PD at Hubbard's WRMF, West Palm beach that the …
 
John Wetherbee is familiar to audiences all over the country for years as a Radio and TV personality, radio PD and GM. He’s even in the Georgia Broadcast Hall of Fame. Now as an AMS certified meteorologist, his RADIO WEATHER SERVICE provides a one-of-a-kind, customized lifestyle weather forecasts to nearly 200 different radio stations and three net…
 
We’ve all felt the impact of the coronavirus. We’ve seen what’s it meant for our operations, promotions and revenue. Now, veteran ratings expert Charlie Sislen reveals what his firm, The Research Director, Inc is seeing in early PPM breakouts, and shares what is likely to happen next, both in metered and diary markets. Click here for free show note…
 
It’s not every day that we get to hear from America's top-rated midday host, from America’s #1 Market. HELEN LITTLE of New York City’s 106.7 LiteFM takes us inside a workday that includes both show and life prep necessary to entertain millions of listeners while they work. She’ll also voice a show for Philly’s 106.1 The Breeze. In non-COVID times, …
 
The name Gary Berkowitz is synonymous with winning radio. On the station side, he’s been involved in every aspect of programming and managing some of America's most successful radio brands. Gary was the founding Program Director at the legendary PRO-FM, Providence. He transformed WROR, Boston from an Oldies station to one of the first AC formats in…
 
Erica Farber has really climbed the ropes throughout her impressive radio career, making her one of the industry’s most respected and influential people. Many know her as the former head of R&R but it didn’t start there! After leading an impressive array of stations, she’s held nearly every position in Radio Sales & Management including Executive V…
 
Plain and simple, Ruth Presslaff, is a data geek. She doesn't know how it happened, it just did. (Spoiler alert: it MAY have had something to do with Ellen’s brother, Vance DeGeneres! Her online campaigns, contests and surveys have generated impressive ratings and revenue for media clients the world over. Now Ruth leads the Enterprise Sales Team fo…
 
Tracy Johnson has a long and decorated career as a top broadcast exec, specializing in programming, content, and talent coaching. He’s helped 700 brands increase their influence through engaging audiences and building direct, one-to-one relationships. Now Tracy takes you INSIDE his latest creation, the Personality Magnet, which can help ANY host or…
 
To experience the future of audio information, look no further than Erica Mandy. She left a broadcast journalism career in LA to launch “The Newsworthy”, a daily roundup of politics, tech, business and entertainment that makes it faster, easier and way more fun to get all the news you need to know…in less than 10 minutes every day! Erica shares whe…
 
“As a lifelong Chicago sports fan, this is a dream come true” for Mike Thomas, who recently arrived in Chicago not only as Market Manager for ESPN 1000 but also to be close to family. For 10 years, Mike headed programming at Boston’s WBZ, the award-winning station known as The Sports Hub. Before launching the format for CBS Radio (and successor Bea…
 
John Tesh is a radio star who also happens to have SIX music Emmys, two Grammy nominations, three gold records, seven Public Television specials and 8 million records sold John is the perfect example of BRANDwidth in action, hitting the full spectrum of on-air and online outlets. He’s the host of the popular the ‘Intelligence For Your Life’ radio a…
 
Feel overwhelmed by the continuous change in our mediascape? Concerned about keeping your job, let alone becoming the obvious choice when the next ‘big gig’ opens? Mike McVay is President of McVay Media, a full-service consulting firm, the specializes in content creation, audio programming, talent coaching and unique media strategy design. He also …
 
Josie Dye is among Canada’s best well-known radio and TV hosts, currently hosting mornings on Toronto’s Indie 88 since March, 2017. Previous stops include 14 years at 102.1 The Edge and creator/host of “Josie’s Top 20”, a nationally syndicated Top 20 show. Josie’s TV experience includes eight seasons of “Oh So Cosmo” on Cosmo TV and host of Canada’…
 
Some morning teams come, and some go ─ but since 2003, Karson and Kennedy have become a morning mainstay in every market they’ve been in. They started the show together at Hot 104.9 in Tallahassee. After about eighteen months, they were hired by Q107.5 (WHBQ-FM) in Memphis Then, in 2009 they got the call from Boston, where they continue to hold cou…
 
Radio budgets continue to tighten. Positions keep getting cut. Meanwhile, online businesses thrive. Clearly something is missing. Mark Ramsey and Tom Asacker help explain WHAT…and ways to think about keeping your brand relevant, and your career moving forward. Tom is theee ‘go-to’ source for radically new practices and ideas for success in times of…
 
This time, Brandwidth on Demand guests Amanda & Jesse explore the increasing awareness that AFTERNOON radio shows like theirs are really EVERY BIT as important as mornings to a winning radio station. And they tell us how the “Brandwidth” approach of making the most out of ALL distribution platforms is no longer optional. Few stations get this as we…
 
Don Anthony is the Founder and President of Talentmasters, Publisher of Jockline Daily and is the creator and host of Morning Show Boot Camp. Each August Don brings together hundreds of the top personalities from throughout the U.S. and abroad for his highly acclaimed Morning Show Boot Camp, radio's largest gathering of its type. In 2018, the 30th …
 
You’ve just scored radio’s ‘Daily Double’! Insights from two of radio’s top thought leaders! Tracy Johnson is widely regarded as one of the industry’s best management and talent coaches, specializing in developing high profile personality radio shows. One of the newest additions to the Tracy Johnson Media Group is longtime PD, researcher and media …
 
MIX 101-5' s Two Men and a Mom (Kyle Smelser, Bryan Lord, and Sarah King) brings a whole new approach, attitude and energy to morning radio -- and have the success to prove it. In this episode, they share not just the end result, but the HOW's and WHY's behind creating a leading morning show brand. Key points you won't want to miss: (1:49) Kyle, Ry…
 
If you’re paying attention to radio, and all things media, you probably know the name Fred Jacobs. As President of Jacobs Media, he’s worked with clients like CBS Radio, Premiere Radio Networks, Greater Media, MTV, Amazon, Electronic Arts, and NPR, just to name a few. He’s also spearheaded the annual Jacobs Tech Survey, AQ - Radio's First Comprehen…
 
Free Beer & Hot Wings started as an afternoon show hosted by former college roommates Gregg Daniels and Chris Michels at a non-commercial station in Omaha. Soon, they moved to mornings before heading on to WBON in Knoxville, TN. Next stop was New Jersey, where they were simulcast on two stations. The Free Beer & Hot Wings Show began full syndicatio…
 
Tom Webster is SVP/Strategy for Edison Research. With over 20 years of experience researching consumer usage of technology, new media and social networking, his insights could not come at a better time. This year, their INFINITE DIAL STUDY reveals patterns that can mean tremendous opportunity for legacy radio brands OR present the biggest threats e…
 
Lori Lewis has been a force of radio for over 25 years. First, on-air ─ with the nationally syndicated "Bubba the Love Sponge" show, then as decorated Program Director in Baltimore. In a move to help radio grow digitally and socially, Lori left day to day programming in 2008 to become Director of Digital and Social Strategies for Duke Wright’s Midw…
 
If you’re paying attention to where radio is headed, it’s very likely that you’ve encountered the work of Kurt Hanson. As Publisher and Founding Editor of RAIN ─ Radio And Internet News and the popular RAIN Summits ─ he is also the founder and CEO of the online streaming service Accuradio.com. If you’re not familiar, his insights, observation and e…
 
Elaina Smith has become one of the strongest women performers in radio. While working at Entertainment Tonight and The Insider in L.A., Elaina found her true passion was radio when she got an opportunity to work with San Diego's wildly popular Dave, Shelly & Chainsaw morning show. She caught the bug and never looked back. Since then, Elaina has hos…
 
Steve Reynolds spent most of his career doing morning radio. When the time came to transition professionally, he made the commitment to help talent stay relevant, real, and entertaining. Steve emphasizes the art of connecting with and entertaining the audience, focusing on what motivates the audience to return to a show each day, and the prep it ta…
 
You probably know the name Rob Barnett from his high─profile stint as President of Programming for CBS Radio, which is just the tip of the iceberg. Rob Barnett Media is a strategic content partner delivering talent, development & audience to networks, producers & brands. He’s hired and developed A-list talent and launched original series at MTV, VH…
 
Ryan Wild is the PD at Emmis Radio’s HANK-FM in Indy. After an impressive run at Milwaukee’s KTI Country, and Omaha, where he served as operations manager for NRG Media’s Sweet 98, Power 106.9 and The Keg, Ryan shares his views on what ingredients make a winning brand in any size market. In this episode, Ryan candidly shares his experiences on both…
 
Dave Beasing has programmed some America's most innovative radio stations including The Sound, and Star 98.7 in Los Angeles. (He’s also the PD who gave Ryan Seacrest his first full-time radio job!) Dave advised hundreds of media properties – radio, TV, cable, web – as Senior Consultant at Jacobs Media Strategies. Now as technologies evolve, Dave’s …
 
Beverlee Brannigan exudes a passion for radio. Local radio. From on-air to PD to Group VPP to GM, she's always worked hard to connect listeners and advertisers with the communities served by each brand. She has always demonstrated that it's the job of each station brand to make a difference in its market. No surprise she's assembled an inspired gro…
 
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