Hello, and welcom into All Things Radio podcast 220!
Coming up this week in Jeff’s Radio News Segment, Cumulus buys a stake in RDIO.
The New York Yankees find a new home.
We’ll take a look at what’s happening on the stree, and finally wrap things up with a look at the August Personal People Meter ratings.
Jenny’s call letter and format changes highlight lots of format changes this week. Among them Alaska gains several new variety stations.
Walt’s Retro Radio 168 features:
1. An August 6, 2006 interview of Ron Lundy. Conducting the interview was Mark Simone, who then hosted the Saturday evening show that relived WABC’s glory days as a top 40 station.
2. We’ll wrap 168 with about five minutes of PAMS jingles from 60s top 40
stations in Texas.
Bill’s Market scope this week is a feature from Steve Bauer of Art Bell’s new call in show on Sirius. Here is the blurb about the show.
“Legendary radio personality Art Bell makes SiriusXM his new home
with a new, live, nightly call-in show on which he will explore the paranormal,
unexplained and more with expert guests and listeners nationwide.
Art Bell’s Dark Matter debuts Monday, September 16, on Indie
(channel 104), airing nightly 10pm – 2am ET (7pm – 11pm PT). Bell will host the
show from his home studio in Pahrump, Nevada – near the storied Area 51 –
opening the phone lines and inviting listeners and expert guests to join his
uncensored, unscripted nightly conversation about a wide variety of topics
including: the paranormal, near-death experiences, quantum physics,
extraterrestrial life and the unusual.”
Jeff features 2 stations this week. First, The Standards Channel, which can only be heard on the internet. They are an adult standards format.
Next, we go to Decatur, Illinois, and take a listen to WYDS. This station plays the Quick Hitz format.
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