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October 21, 2014

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FEMA Administrator Touts Radio AND FM Chip.

FEMA Administrator Touts Radio AND FM Chip.

Perhaps adding a little pressure to the carriers who refuse to turn on the FM Radio Chip that already sits inside their phones, Craig Fugate, who heads the Federal Emergency Management Agency, is the latest big name showing support for enabling FM Chips in smartphones. In this video Fugate discusses how important it is for Americans to be able to hear from their local broadcasters without interruption, during an emergency. "There's this tendency to think that things that work in our every day lives are going to work the same in a disaster. Streaming devices are dependent on broadband capabilities. They are vulnerable in a disaster. Either due to congestion or outages. We still recommend everyone have a radio, either battery, solar or hand cranked. Smartphones with the FM chip would just be another way to be sure that when all else fails you can still get information, because government is going to turn to the broadcasters and we're going to pump information through them."


INDUSTRY NEWS

Digital Ad Revenue Hits $23 Billion In First Half Of 2014

Digital Ad Revenue Hits $23 Billion In First Half Of 2014

That's about $5 Billion more than the radio industry took in all of last year. The 6-month total is an increase of 15% over 2013. A report released by the Internet Advertising Bureau estimates that search revenue rose 4% to $9.1 billion compared with the first half of the year in 2013. Mobile revenue rose 76% to $5.3 billion. Mobile search contributed $2.7 billion, mobile display contributed $2.5 billion, and other mobile media contributed $103 million. 46% of the total revenue came from retail (21%), financial services (13%) and automotive (12%). Social media revenue increased 58% to $2.9 billion.


What Happened in Louisiana?

Although they did not give the call letters of the station, The Louisiana Broadcasters Association posted a message on its website that claims a hacker shut down a Louisiana station for five hours last Friday. The LAB says ransom was demanded by the alleged hacker and the owner of the station says, "Its going to cost tens of thousands of dollars to replace computers and software in his facilities." He's suggesting that anyone running Windows XP should evaluate and upgrade to a newer version supported by Microsoft, stating there's possibly a glitch in Windows XP that can be hacked. There is also a possibility that the issue was a file-encrypting "ransomware" virus, which actually holds computers hostage. PC World has written about this extensively..


Man Jumps From 400 Foot Tower In New Jersey

Man Jumps From 400 Foot Tower In New Jersey

The tower belongs to Y107, owned by Press Communications, in Neptune, New Jersey. It's the second person to jump from the tower this year. Witnesses tell NJ.com that they saw the man climb up the tower without a harness and step off. The name of the person who jumped yesterday was not identified in the NJ.com article. Back in April, a 60-year-old man jumped to his death from the same tower. He fell through the roof of a vacant building on his way down. (Picture courtesy NJ.com)


WSYR's Joe Galuski Battling Cancer

WSYR's Joe Galuski Battling Cancer

For the past five weeks Mark Wainwright and George Kilpatrick have been filling in for Joe Galuski who is the morning man on iHeartMedia's WSYR in Syracuse. This morning Galuski went on the air to explain why. "Five weeks ago I was diagnosed with cancer," Galuski explained when calling in to his own show. He's battling non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and its his second bout with lymphoma, having dealt with a "smaller form" back in 1992. Galuski said the cancer he has now is stronger, but he's confident he will be able to "knock it out." Galuski has been on the air at WSYR since 1988. You can listen to the entire interview HERE


Big Online Listening Gains in St. Louis, Phoenix

Big Online Listening Gains in St. Louis, Phoenix

According to Triton's latest monthly ranker, Phoenix showed the largest listening gain with a 27.8% increase in Active Average Sessions, followed by St. Louis (17.4%), Tampa (16.9%), Atlanta (8.7%), Philadelphia (6.5%) and Washington (5.4%). Triton says the gains in Phoenix could be attributed to the two storms that hit Phoenix on August 12th and August 19th causing flash flooding and power outages across the valley. And the gain in St. Louis could be attributed to the shooting of Michael Brown on August 9th in suburb Ferguson.


As Expected Reba Joins Nash Icon Label

As Expected Reba Joins Nash Icon Label

As Radio Ink reported back on May 14, Reba is the first artist to be signed to the new joint venture label between Big Machine and Cumulus. Tuesday morning the announcement was made on Americas Morning Show with Blair Garner.


Oxley Praises LDR's TopicPulse

Oxley Praises LDR's TopicPulse

Receiving praise from the number one billing station in America is a pretty good thing. Hubbard Senior VP and GM of WTOP in Washington, DC Joel Oxley says, "TopicPulse has been a difference-maker and smart addition to our newsroom toolkit. The more information we have to track what our audience is interested in, the greater the opportunity is to better serve their needs, and TopicPulse helps us get there. WTOP-FM in Washington, DC partnered with LDR Interactive to bring TopicPulse to its glass enclosed nerve center newsroom to track the social media engagement within the beltway. So, what is TopicPulse?


Keith Urban to Speak to CRS Attendees

Keith Urban to Speak to CRS Attendees

Country music's Keith Urban has been announced as a Country Radio Seminar 2015 featured speaker. "Keith Urban: Being Present," will be Friday, Feb. 27, at 3p.m. during CRS 2015 in Nashville. CRS Executive Director Bill Mayne said, "This will be a definitive memorable moment for all of us this year: having this incredible talent address this most critical skill in today's hectic professional business environment, with far reaching effect on one's ability to communicate. Urban is one of the first artists to have literally broken down the separation that can exist even on the concert stage. Not only has he been leaving the stage, to join his audiences for years, he was the first artist that Ive ever seen, whose stage literally bled into the crowd, with no barrier of any kind no doubt entirely by design.


WYD to Rep Spreaker For Ad Sales

WYD to Rep Spreaker For Ad Sales10-21-14Spreaker is an international digital company that provides broadcasters, musicians and producers a platform where they can listen to original content or upload their own content and distribute it on www.Spreaker.com. Ron Hartenbum's WYD Media will now represent Spreaker nationally for advertising sales. WYD will also assists Spreaker with overall brand management. Hartenbaum said, The platform is an organic community of people who really want to be there and are actively participating. Im excited about tapping into that marketplace by creating and aggregating cohesive content with Francesco and our clients.


Home Depot, GEICO Battle For Top Spot

Home Depot, GEICO Battle For Top Spot

Last week it was GEICO airing more radio commercials than any other advertiser. This week it's The Home Depot. Both have been loyal radio advertisers for a very long time. The home improvement big box nudged GEICO from the top spot by airing 319 more commercials, according to Media Monitors. Rite Aid was radio's third-biggest advertiser, moving up from eighth. McDonalds dropped one spot to number four and AutoZone climbed back onto the list at number five, after dropping off the Top 100 list completely.


Alpha Makes Format Changes At Richmond Cluster

Alpha Makes Format Changes At Richmond Cluster

Alpha Media owns three stations in the Richmond market. The company has moved its contemporary Country station, The Wolf, from 93.1 to 98.9 and is now piping in the Hank format (Legends of Country) from Envision Networks, which will run on 93.1. Market Manager Paul Johnson said, This gives us full coverage in the Richmond metro, something we didnt have on 93.1." In addition, the station will simulcast on 100.3, which covers the southern end of the market. In addition, Alpha's WBBT, which was an Oldies format, has shifted to Classic Hits.


New Faces Tickets Gone

New Faces Tickets Gone

Not surprisingly, even though it's still four months away, tickets to the New Faces of Country show at CRS 2015 have sold out. CRS Executive Director Bill Mayne says, All registrations sold prior to October 20 will include full access to the New Faces Show and Dinner. Going forward, we will be allocating seat-only entry on a first-come, first-served basis until that area is sold-out. Talent for the New Faces of Country Music Show will be announced in early December.


Radio Express To Distribute Akon Show

R&B and hip-hop recording artist Akons new one-hour weekly show, Stadium Live Radio, will be distributed to radio stations by Radio Express. The program is market exclusive and features the biggest charting and downloaded songs from all over the world with exclusive remixes. It also features interviews of artists, producers, and songwriters. Akon said, "Our main mission at Stadium Live is to unite music lovers each and every week with new exclusive music and to showcase undiscovered talent on a global platform.


WTOP Leads The Way On Ebola Coverage In DC

WTOP Leads The Way On Ebola Coverage In DC

On Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Jesse Goodman, and Dr. Joshua Sharfstein joined WTOP for a special Ebola Town Hall at the Newseum in Washington, DC. The three nationally known experts in the field of infectious diseases answered audience questions about ebola, and the outbreak and response in the U.S. One hundred guests attended, including healthcare workers and media representatives from CNN, BBC, C-Span, AP, U.S. News and World Report, WJLA, WUSA 9, NBC Washington, FOX 5, and others. WTOP Anchors Debra Feinstein and Bruce Alan hosted and moderated.


<font color=#3333CC>Who Are The Best Local Sports Talkers In Radio?</font>

Who Are The Best Local Sports Talkers In Radio?

We are now accepting nominations for our third annual Best Local Sports Talkers in America list. For the past two years, WFAN's Mike Francesa has occupied the top spot. Can he do it again? Can Boomer and Carton overtake Francesa? Is there a dark horse in another market that could steal that top spot away. The Sports format remains one of radio's hottest and there is tons of talent all across the country. Make your nomination for the 2014 Best Local Sports Talker HERE. See our 2013 list HERE.



PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

Garcia Adds Chief Revenue Duties at SBS

Garcia Adds Chief Revenue Duties at SBS

Spanish Broadcasting System has appointed Eric Garcia as Radio Division Revenue Chief. He'll be responsible for revenue at all of the SBS radio properties and report to SBS COO Albert Rodriguez. Garcia will continue in his role as GM of the SBS New York radio stations. Garcia has been with SBS since 2004. Before that he was VP of Sales for WSKQ-Mega 97.9FM and WPAT-Amor 93.1FM in New York.


Entercom's Fitz Gets Deal With Sun Broadcast

Entercom's Fitz Gets Deal With Sun Broadcast

Sun Broadcast Group has entered into a multi-year syndication and sales partnership with Entercom Seattle morning man Fitz. The deal includes the Powered by Country weekend countdown (which will be renamed The Hit List) when it moves from United Stations Radio Networks to Sun in 2015. Fitz will also take over hosting duties of Nashville Minute, a daily news and entertainment feature now heard on over 80 affiliates. The feature will be expanded to two daily reports with Fitzs first broadcast airing next Monday. And Sun will be syndicating Fitzs morning show from 100.7 The Wolf in Seattle. The Fitz Show will be offered daily from coast to coast as a modular show for airing in multiple dayparts to Country, CHR and Hot AC affiliates.


Smith Joins DMR as VP

Smith Joins DMR as VP

After working in radio for 20 years with Cox, CBS Radio and Hubbard Doug Smith has signed on with DMR/Interactive as Vice President/Marketing Strategy. "Radio has an amazing story," Smith said, "and I'm fortunate to partner with clients and help them engage the Nielsen households that matter most. Building relationships has been the key throughout my career and it's what DMR/Interactive is all about."


Entercom Creates VP Of National Sales Position

Entercom Creates VP Of National Sales Position

And Carlos Lamadrid (pictured) is hired to fill that new position at Entercom where his official title is vice president of national sales and strategic partnerships. He'll report to Entercom's Station Group President Weezie Kramer. Most recently, Lamadrid was senior VP of TC Media where he oversaw 18 magazines. At Entercom he will be responsible for increasing revenue in the companys national sales channel as well as developing integrated partnerships with national advertisers.


The Voice Of Chattanooga Dies At Age 92

The Voice Of Chattanooga Dies At Age 92

WDEF's Luther Masingill passed away Monday surrounded by his family and friends. Masingill began his career with WDEF on New Year's Day 1941. According to the station, Masingill is the only broadcaster on record to be behind the microphone during both the invasion of Pearl Harbor and the attacks of 9-11. WDEF Vice President and General Manager Bernie Barker tells Radio Ink Masingill was still active and on the air every morning with James & Kim and a full-cast morning show. In addition to his 74 years on one radio station, Masingill was on WDEF-TV, Channel 12, from its sign-on in 1954 to the current day.


iHeartMedia Promotes Adams To Market Number Four

iHeartMedia Promotes Adams To Market Number Four

Mark Adams is the new PD for iHeartMedia's Star 101.3 KIOI and WiLD 94.9 KYLD in San Francisco. Adams moves to San Francisco from iHeartMedia Portland, where he was vice president of programming. Prior to joining iHeartMedia, Adams was VP of music programming at CBS Radio in Houston. He's also worked in Fresno and Milwaukee and had a previous stint in San Francisco.


BMI Gets New PR Director

BMI Gets New PR Director

Lauren Branson takes over as the director of public relations at BMI. She'll be responsible for creating and implementing the public relations strategies for many of the companys wholly owned and sponsored songwriter-based events, including BMIs Country and Christian Awards shows, BMI No. 1 Parties, Austin City Limits Festival, LouFest, SXSW, and the Key West Songwriters Festival. Prior to joining BMI, Branson was most recently the lead publicist at Yep Roc Records. She's also worked at Zenph Sound Innovations, Epic Records, and Sony Nashville.


Cazian Promoted At Premiere

Cazian Promoted At Premiere

Premiere's EVP of Programming Jennifer Leimgruber has promoted Claudine Cazian to vice president of programming and branded entertainment. She'll now work to develop and oversee entertainment programming and content. As executive in charge of production for on-air with Ryan Seacrest, American Top 40, and Direct from Hollywood, Cazian was charged with overseeing the daily execution, branding, marketing, and growth of these properties. She manages a team of more than 20 writers, producers, and editors.


<font color=#3333CC>SEND US YOUR CLASSIC PHOTOS</font>

SEND US YOUR CLASSIC PHOTOS

Thanks to Robert Sobczak for sending us this Blast From the Past. This is Larry Anderson at WGR in Buffalo. As a teenager and president of his High School Radio Club, Robert set up tours of Buffalo Radio stations. He took this picture in 1979. Read More About This Blast From the Past...



MONDAY BLOGGERS

<b>(SALES)</b> More Big Thinking From Small Markets

(SALES) More Big Thinking From Small Markets

(By Paul Weyland) There is no question now that broadcast radio and television stations are losing revenue share to search engines like Google. Local direct decision-makers are taking dollars previously spent in broadcast and plowing them into search-engine marketing companies. Leave it to a smart small-market manager like Bud Kitchens with East Texas Broadcasting, Inc. to come up with talking points we can all use to dissuade our clients from spending their budgets on search engines.


<b>(SALES MANAGEMENT)</b> Practice Makes Perfect

(SALES MANAGEMENT) Practice Makes Perfect

(By Jon Horton) The title alone should be sufficient. The phrase sounds like something you would hear from Mr. Obvious and I suspect some of my readers are sarcastically mimicking Homer Simpsons, Doh! Of course practice makes perfect everybody knows that! Yes, they do. Everybody knows it and yet almost nobody does it. How about you? How often do you actually practice your sales techniques?


<b>(SALES)</b> What's Working At The Coalface

(SALES) What's Working At The Coalface

(By Sean Luce) Whit Adamson, the president of the Tennessee Association of Broadcasters, calls it Pioneering. I call it getting out in the field and seeing sales reps on their turf. I recently followed up with some sales reps who attended one of my seminars to see what they actually took back with them and what they are applying in the field. I was kind of startled. Here are some of the results and maybe you and your staff can go over these points to see if you are using them in your sales department.



FRIDAY BLOGGERS

(SALES) The Secret to SuccessHire Right, Train Right

(SALES) The Secret to SuccessHire Right, Train Right

(Jeffrey Schmidt) Turnover for the year: 1 seller. Revenue results for the year so far: 37% over last year. Impossible, you say? Ive talked to market managers, general managers, and directors of sales over the past couple of weeks. Most are knee-deep in spreadsheets trying to craft a budget that their owner or corporation will accept for next year. One that shows growth, but is achievable.


<b>(SALES)</b> No Is A Good Word!

(SALES) No Is A Good Word!

(By Gary Ratcliff) Most sales reps make the following mistake at least until they get beaten up enough times to know better. They develop their well-oiled 9-minute, 17-second sales pitch, rehearse it till theyve got it down pat, then deliver it without letting the client say a word until theyre done. The problem? When the client finally speaks, and says No, the rep has no idea where he lost him, and finds it difficult or even impossible to retrace and find out.


<b>(SOCIAL)</b> The Hidden Value Of Faith

(SOCIAL) The Hidden Value Of Faith

(By Loyd Ford) Its easy to look at social media as a time suck. Thats so true if you are consuming social media. Humans are great at wasting time, and products like Facebook make it e-a-s-y. But what if you are the content provider? Is it a waste of time then? If you have the right content strategy, are consistent and committed to being entertaining, informative, interested in the audience you would most like to engage and validating them, it is consistent for you to build value.


<b>(TALENT)</b> Thorns In The Paw

(TALENT) Thorns In The Paw

(By Ron Robinson) Like the traveler who found an enraged lion along the road and pulled the thorn from its paw, I, and others, have been diligent and eager to provide radio with a great service. Fortunately for the traveler, the lion had the good sense to keep still while the thorn was extracted. Radio, instead, continues to rip Dudley Do Rights thorax to abdomen and continue to suffer as a result.



FORECAST

Guthrie to Talk With Farber, Smith

Guthrie to Talk With Farber, Smith

Cox Media Group EVP/Radio Kim Guthrie will be at Forecast 2015 -- and we hope you'll be there too! If you're at the Harvard Club on November 19, you'll have a chance to hear Guthrie talk with RAB President/CEO Erica Farber and NAB President/CEO Gordon Smith in a conversation onstage and off the record (Forecast has a no-press policy). These industry leaders are set to talk candidly about the state of the business, as well as their initiatives, objectives, and vision for the year ahead.


Colmes to Question Top Execs At Forecast

Colmes to Question Top Execs At Forecast

It's the most anticipated session of Radio Ink's Forecast conference every year: the Group Head Leadership Super Session. For Forecast 2015, coming up November 19 in New York, we've once again invited radio's most powerful executives to give us a candid, rare view from the top. And for this year's event, we're delighted to announce that celebrated radio and TV personality Alan Colmes has agreed to moderate that discussion.


Steve Forbes Headlines Forecast 2015

Steve Forbes Headlines Forecast 2015

Respected author, journalist, and radio personality Rita Cosby will conduct an onstage interview iconic publisher and business leader Steve Forbes at Forecast 2015, November 19, 2014 at the Harvard Club in New York. Radio Ink Publisher Eric Rhoads said, "This is Steve Forbes' second visit to Forecast. His last visit was memorable, and this visit comes at a time when everyone is curious about how the economy will shake out. Steve is the most well-connected man in the economic world and will share some powerful insights. It's not to be missed. We're honored to have such a business icon with us this year."


Kassan To Co-Chair Forecast 2015

Kassan To Co-Chair Forecast 2015

MediaLink founder and Chairman/CEO Michael Kassan will serve as advertiser co-chair for Forecast 2015, set for November 19, 2014, in New York. Kassan joins co-chair Katz Media Group CEO Mark Rosenthal. "Advertisers have become a critical part of our annual Forecast conference, and we are pleased to continue our history of attracting the very finest in the industry," said Radio Ink Publisher Eric Rhoads. "Michael Kassan has a brilliant mind."


Katz's Mark Rosenthal To Co-Chair Forecast 2015

Katz's Mark Rosenthal To Co-Chair Forecast 2015

Radio Ink is pleased to announce that Mark Rosenthal, CEO of Katz Media Group, has agreed to serve as co-chair of Forecast 2015, November 19, in New York City. Radio Ink Publisher Eric Rhoads said, "Since taking over Katz, Mark has been heavily involved in the development and growth of our industry and has shown true leadership. Having his guidance on Forecast will help shape this year's program, which will have a strong advertiser focus."



DASH 2014 HIGHLIGHTS

The Connected Car Lives On

The Connected Car Lives On

(Radio Ink Publisher Eric Rhoads) Something unexpected can result in a sea change. That was the case when Radio Ink unintentionally focused on something that had been below the radar concerning the connected car. We had been monitoring the connected car, we knew it was coming, and we knew it would impact how people use audio in the car.


<b>(VIDEO)</b> DAY ONE HIGHLIGHTS FROM DASH

(VIDEO) DAY ONE HIGHLIGHTS FROM DASH

Click here to watch! Consumer Electronics Association CEO Gary Shapiro kicked off the Radio Ink DASH Conference with a keynote address challenging the radio industry to be more innovative. Shapiro was followed by a panel that focused on what consumers want in the vehicle and a presentation by Vice President of Measurement Innovation at Nielsen Audio Dr. Ed Cohen who unveiled a new research study about Millennials. See the next two stories for coverage on day one and stay tuned for more coverage from day two from DASH in Detroit.


DASH DAY ONE - Millennials Want To Be Social

DASH DAY ONE - Millennials Want To Be Social

On the opening day of DASH in Detroit, Vice President of Measurement Innovation at Nielsen Audio Dr. Ed Cohen gave attendees the first look at new research that examined how college students have woven digital into their lives. It may also give radio managers a glimpse of the type of listener they will soon be dealing with: one with a much shorter attention span that wants more and more control. The study placed a special emphasis on the role of cars, the "connected car," and what personal transportation means in their lives today and their plans for the future. Cohen took part in a three-year study at the University of Florida called The Class of 2015. What the study uncovered was that these college students did consume radio and television, but they connected more strongly with forms of two-way communication, namely social media.


Consumers Want Seamless And Personal

Consumers Want Seamless And Personal

That was the theme from a panel called "It's All About the Experience" on Day 1 of DASH in Detroit, Wednesday. Slacker Radios Mike Kasparian said user experience is top priority, especially in the auto world. With laptops and mobile, the experience is clearly defined. In the automobile theres still work to be done on the dash. Keynoter Gary Shapiro spoke about driver distraction still being a major issue and looked more in the future toward the driverless vehicle. The opinion of this panel was that a lot more needs to be done to please the consumer who wants the experience to be much easier.


Day Two Video Highlights From DASH in Detroit

Day Two Video Highlights From DASH in Detroit

Our second day of DASH included a presentation from Edison Research President Larry Rosin about Radio's performance with consumers on traffic content and school closings. It also featured a collaboration panel between automotive dealers and radio executive, a keynote address by Carry Tilds and Valerie Geller discussed the importance of creating great content to stay ahead of the competition on the DASH. Watch the Video HERE.


Radio Still Matters to Auto Dealers

Radio Still Matters to Auto Dealers

On a panel that combined auto dealers with radio managers the theme was, "with great technology comes great responsibility." While connected cars have great tech capabilities, they also require a lot of knowledge to operate. An advantage for radio if it keeps its content strong is that, as the auto dealers on the panel explained, consumers simply do not want to wait around to learn how to properly use the technology, most car buyers absolutely want their phones paired.


Geller: Focus On Personal Connections

Geller: Focus On Personal Connections

Building a broadcast base has nothing to do with radio itself, according to Valerie Geller, who spoke at DASH in Detroit on Thursday. Instead, Geller said, "It has everything to do with human beings connecting with other human beings. To engage listeners, Geller's three-point plan for broadcasters is to tell the truth, make it matter, and never be boring. She stressed that it's essential for radio companies to target millennials by being on every available platform, and the content must be relevant to the audience. Geller detailed her criteria for keeping content interesting...


Car Only One Aspect Of Mobile Game

Car Only One Aspect Of Mobile Game

Day 2 of DASH included a panel called "The Future of Mobility" and featured Tim Ericson, the CEO of Zagster, Zipcar Vice President of New Markets Dan Curtin, and Ken Laberteaux, the Sr. Principal Scientist at the Toyota Research Institute North America. The panel was moderated by NextEnergy's Tim Johnson (pictured). The message to broadcasters was they must look beyond the traditional audio companies to reach the most consumers. It was suggested that many people are considering different modes of transportation every time theyre looking to travel, from Zipcars to Uber to bicycles, and not just their cars. Ericson said, The car is one of those components but its not the component anymore. And thats especially true of Millennials.



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