Hello, and welcome to All Things Radio Podcast 209!
Jeff’s radio news this week covers these stories:
Clear Channel enters into a revenue sharing agreement with Fleetwood Mack, Pandora purchases a radio station in Rapid City South Dakota and is being sued by ASCAP. We’ll take a look at what’s happening on the street as well as part 2 of the May personal people meter ratings.
Jenny’s call letter and format changes for this week show several stations signing off and a few stations switching to CBS sports and NBC sports.
Walt’s Retro Radio Segment this week features content requested by podcast listener Rusty Champe.
We start off with an aircheck from 1966 of San Bernardino’s KFXM,
then we have a 1978 aircheck of the same station,
we have a ’90’s aircheck of San Bernardino’s KMEN when they were an oldies station.
We wrap it up with an aircheck of a KFXM on air personality live on the internet today, as well as an aircheck of the automation of KFXM today which is now a low powered FM station in Lancaster California.
Bill’s market scope this week features the all new NBC sports network. This network began broadcasting 24 hours a day on April 1st 2013.
Jeff’s featured station this week is a mini documentary of New York’s other top 40 station, WWDJ AM in Hackensack NJ.
The station came on the air in 1971, but only lasted until 1974.
This segment contains two airchecks of this radio station. The first has two
parts, the transition of WJRZ to top40, and Bill Bailey working the mid day
shift. The next aircheck is of Bwana Johnny from 1972.
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