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801. 1958-12-01-BC-OCR-Page-0005 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . 10:30 a.m. also across board, upon trans- quisition of KXLA Pasadena from Loyal fer to ABC Radio in January. Agency for K. King, president -general manager and NETWORK BOOST Decision of Todd Staley (starches, syrups) is Erwin Wasey, chief owner, by Donald R. Cooke, national Storz, one of nation's top independent ra- Ruthrauff & Ryan. New York. BROADCASTING December 1, 1958 Page 5 ...
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802. 1958-12-08-BC-OCR-Page-0031 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... ; formed sources. These sources also reported (4 ) Sherwood J. Tarlow * , WHIL Boston; (5 ) Calvin J. Smith, KFAC Los Angeles; that in the case of some stations whose (6 ) William S. Morgan Jr. McLendon Stations; (7 ) George W. Armstrong * , Storz ASCAP agreements do not expire with the Broadcasting, vice chairman of the committee; (8 ) Robert T. Mason * , WMRN majority at the end of the year, ASCAP had Marion, Ohio, chairman; (9 ) Emanuel Dannett * , general counsel of the committee; offered and accepted renewals on ...
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803. 1958-12-08-BC-OCR-Page-0113 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... minded pd -dj desires return Manager or commercial manager. 39 years old to medium or metropolitan market. Fast, musi- veteran of 15 years in radio and tv would like cian, college, family. stable. Prefer Balaban, to return to station operations. College grad- Minority interest in Texas coast regional. Storz, McClendon, consider all sharp organize- Excellent ggulf record paying tions. Box 939G. BROADCASTING. uate, native Texan. married, two children. Past 10% aptll8gain Box 805E All casdividends . four years salesman for top national station rep- BROADCASTING. Production manager with five and one half years resentative firm ...
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804. 1958-12-15-BC-OCR-Page-0066 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... 1958 were estimated to total $136,639; were piped into a luncheon meeting staged The survey shows in regard to shopping 000, an increase of 4% over the $131, in Oklahoma City last Tuesday to mark the habits that housewives shop in food and 397,000 for the first nine months of 1957. affiliation of Todd Storz' KOMA Oklahoma grocery stores throughout the week, rather But preliminary figures for October and City with NBC Radio. [NETWORKS, Dec. 1] . than merely weekends; more than twice as November, Mr. Webb said, indicate a The network's I p.m. newscast, featuring many housewives listen to radio ...
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805. 1958-12-15-BC-OCR-Page-0071 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... said "we feel we are returning 50% of KWTV (TV) Oklahoma City, a home and as comfortable as if we had never CBS-TV outlet. been away." Matthew J. Culligan, NBC executive vice president in charge of the CBS -TV Figures Out radio network, cited the recent signing of Todd Storz' KOMA Oklahoma City and Must -Buy Replacement also the addition of KIMA Yakima, Wash. The broad outline of CBS -TV's replace- and called the WSAN return "evidence of ment for its must-buy station list was pre- the continuing parade of top stations to sented to affiliates last Thursday (Dec. 11) . ...
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806. 1959-01-12-BC-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... amend its am application to specify 1410 kc, 1 kw D, and application as amended is removed from hearing and returned to proc- WANTED essing line; retained in hearing am applica- tion of University Advertising Co. Highland By fast growing independent organization. A morning man and an Park, Tex. afternoon man. Storz type operation and only top men apply. All By Hearing Examiner Forest L. McClenning tapes will be personally auditioned and returned. Please send full on Dec. 29 Scheduled oral argument for Jan. 7 on information and salary requirements. petition by Russell G. Salter Inc. Dixon, Ill. Box 298H, BROADCASTING to ...
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807. 1959-01-19-BC-OCR-Page-0115 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . FRAZIER, INC. (Enclose return postage with tapes) Box 223H, BROADCASTING 1736 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Washington 7, D. C. WANTED TO BUY WANTED a Principal wants to buy station in By fast growing independent organization. A morning man and an eastern time zone. $125,000 to afternoon man. Storz type operation and only top men apply. All $200,000 gross billing. Single sta- tion market or Number 1 in 2nd tapes will be personally auditioned and returned. Please send full or 3rd station market. Present information and salary requirements. management can be retained. Im- Box 298H, BROADCASTING mediate deal ...
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808. 1959-01-26-BC-OCR-Page-0094 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... -programming -dj experience for ING. ments and any other pertinent information managerial opportunity. Salary second to to Box 403H, BROADCASTING. opportunity and profit percentage. Box 49111, Experienced announcer, family, will settle BROADCASTING. east for good pay, good working conditions. We need an A #1 pd, must know Storz- Now in large city competitive market, 1st McClendon- Bartell type operation thor- Sales executive, 10 years experience, desires ticket. Box 469H, BRODCASTING. oughly and must do a few hours on the opportunity establish N.Y. board. Top station -top 50 markets, top station b0H 50 BROADCASTING. Staff ...
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809. 1959-02-02-BC-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... 486H, BROADCASTING. operative personalities. Top - Wanted Used field Zoomar. State price, condition, etc. Box 569H, BROADCASTING. salaries, security and opportunity FOR SALE for management. Prefer men Equipment Used proof of performance package. Cheap. Okay if needs small repair. WKBL, Coving- with Balaban or Storz experience. ton, Tennessee. Send photo and tape or air check CO -AXIAL TRANSMISSION Wanted: Types 6181, 6448, 5563 -A, 1850 -A LINE (Iconoscope) , 10SP4 -A tubes, used or new. to Box 59211, BROADCASTING. Send full details to Glenn W. Winter, Chief Unused Andrew ...
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810. 1959-02-09-BC-OCR-Page-0158 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . Alpine 2-7539. Mww TELEVISION Help Wanted -Sales e`sr`seseN-"Nr` -,N e` . . SALES PROMOTION Leading tv outlet (network) in ma- jor eastern market seeking promo tion man specializing in sales pre- N 1, We've recorded the leading Radio Stations in all major markets (Storz- Bartell-McClendon-Storer-Waters- Plough, etc.) These tapes cover com- plete broadcasting days and give you the SOUND (news intros, production commercials & promos, contests, DJ styles, music, gimmicks) as employed to make them NO. 1 in their market. PLUS: An analysis of the stations For ...
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811. 1967-05-15-BC-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... May I) . selection committee. Members of the committee at that The radio board race for chairman time said they expected at the June 23 also got a bit clearer last week with meeting to go over the names again and the announcement of George W. (Bud) probably recommend "at least those Armstrong, Storz Stations, Omaha, three and maybe more" to the 44 -mem- that he was withdrawing because of ber board at its June 26 -30 meeting in Williamsburg, Va. If that were the case, one board TVB: summer viewing up WE POUR ON THE member said last week, "we could pos ...
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812. 1966-03-14-BC-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... D. Sleighter for new translator station on channel 7 to fication of conditions. Commissioner Cox (WWDS) , Everett, and Beacon Broadcasting serve Whitesburg, Ky. by rebroadcasting not participating. Action March 9. Concern, Martinsburg, both Pennsylvania, programs of WBIR -TV Knoxville, Tenn. By In proceeding on application of Storz granted petition by latter to amend its memorandum opinion and order, denied op- Broadcasting Co. (WTIX) , New Orleans. engineering proposal and received in evi- posing petition by Salyer Radio Co. CATV review board granted motion by Voice of dence its Exhibit 1C; closed record; and operator in area. ...
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813. 1966-02-14-BC-OCR-Page-0091 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... consultant By memorandum opinion and order, firm. Mr. Winters is law partner. Mr. Caven Hearing Examiner Isadore A. Honig is representative of Texas Railroad Associa- issued initial decision looking toward grant- review board granted petition by Maxwell tion. Consideration $105,000. Ann. Feb. 7. ing application of Storz Broadcasting Co. to Electronics Corp. to delete issue 2 with Ville Platte, La. -Ville Platte Broadcast- increase daytime power of WTIX New ing Co. 93.5 mc, channel 228, 3 kw. Ant. Orleans, from 5 kw to 10 kw, continued height above average terrain 219 ft. P.O ...
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814. 1967-06-12-BC-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... of director for WLYH -TV Lancaster -Leb- who moves to Omaha, Dean Martin Show on NBC-TV, named anon, Pa. named program manager. where he will continue VP of George Schlatter -Ed Friendly Paul Carroll, adver- his duties as executive Productions, Los Angeles. tising and promotion Mr. Reames VP of parent Storz Stan Irwin, operator of his own pro- director of KNEW Oak- Broadcasting Co. duction and personal management firm, land, Calif. named Donald J. Mercer, newly elected VP Stan Irwin Productions Inc. with offi- program director. stations relations for NBC (BROADCAST - ces in Beverly Hills, Calif. and ...
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815. 1966-01-17-BC-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Atlanta, joins wsB there present appointment. Larry Busse, with WLUK-TV Green as promotion manager. Bay, Wis. named farm director. Harm Gardner, formerly VP at Grahame Richards, formerly nation- Cherry Hill Records, Cherry Hill, N.J. ager of WDAE -AM -FM Tampa, Fla. Don al director of programing for Storz sta- Clark, general manager of wvoL Berry tions, Miami, appointed director of Hill, Tenn. appointed general manager programing for WFUN South Miami, at WCIN. Bill Salmon, station manager at wvoL, appointed general manager. and WDAE -AM -FM Tampa, both Florida. Dick Starr, with WFUN, named ...
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816. 1967-07-24-BC-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... York, named members of 1967 -68 general manager of of J. Walter Thompson Co. named NAB -RAB liaison committee. Other WHIG-AM -FM -TV Day- group VP's to assist in broad manage- committee members: G. W. Armstrong, ton, Ohio, named VP. ment and direction of agency. Succeed- Storz Broadcasting Co. Omaha; Rich- ing them will be Stever Aubrey, senior Burton J. Sher- ard D. Dudley, wsAU Wausau, Wis.; wood, manager of VP, named executive VP in New York, Harold R. Krelstein, WMPS Memphis, and Robert L. Edens Jr. VP, ...
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817. 1965-11-01-BC-OCR-Page-0072 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... petition by NBC Affiliates and extended dates for scheduled filing for replies being unaffected to enlarge issues as to KOFI. Action Oct. 26. comments and replies in rule making por- by this order in proceeding on AM applica- In proceeding on application of Twelve tion (paragraphs 14 through 22) to same tion of Storz Broadcasting Co. (WTIX) . Seventy Inc. for renewal of license of dates as those in notice of inquiry concern- New Orleans. Action Oct. 26. WTID Newport News, Va. granted petition ing territorial exclusivity of TV programs Denied request by Midwest Television by Broadcast Bureau to extend time to in Doc. ...
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818. 1965-10-11-BC-OCR-Page-0081 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . Action Oct. I. to petitions for reconsideration. Action Birmingham, Ala. to receive in evidence Oct. 1. Sept. 28. its Exhibit 1A, cancel Oct. 4 further hear- ing, and close record in proceeding on AM By Hearing Examiner Elizabeth C. Smith Actions by the FCC application of Storz Broadcasting Co. Granted petition by The Superior (WTIX) , New Orleans, and afforded time Broadcasting Corp. for leave to amend its Commission on Sept. 27 granted petition to Nov. 1 to file proposed findings and to application for new TV to operate on chan- by Midwest Radio -Television Inc. ( ...
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819. 1965-09-13-BC-OCR-Page-0096 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... re- pending file and placed it on processing plies to oppositions to its motion to modify e On own motion, rescheduled further line. Action Sept. 8. and enlarge issues. Action Sept. 8. hearing for Oct. 4 in proceeding on AM ap- Commission waived sec. 1.569 of rules plication of Storz Broadcasting Co. New and accepted for filing application of E. F. Granted motion by Lowry Tims Co. Orleans. Action Sept. 7. Jones Jr. for new daytime AM to operate to extend time to Oct. 4 to file exceptions Granted petition by WDAD Inc. and on 1130 kc, 250 w, in ...
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820. 1968-02-05-BC-OCR-Page-0041 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... (Okla.) Murphy, Avco Broadcasting Corp. Cin- vention in Chicago. Booster Sun. KREK operates on 1550 cinnati; Daniel Kops, WAVZ New Haven, One seminar will cover what Mr. kc daytime only with 500 w. Commis- sioner Kenneth A. Cox abstained and Conn.; George Armstrong, Storz Broad- " - Adams called "the EPP equipment, casting Co. Omaha; Everett Dillard, programing and people-required to Commissioner Nicholas Johnson dis- WASH(PM) Washington, and Joseph start a UHF station; the other will deal sented. Sinclair, Outlet Co. Stations, Provi- with special UHF sales ...
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821. 1968-02-19-BC-OCR-Page-0076 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Chicago (re- elected) . elected to their second term. District 10: Don C. Dailey, KGBX Class B: Ben A. Laird, WDUZ Springfield, Mo. (George W. Arm- Green Bay, Wis. (Daniel W. Kops, New board members (with current strong, Storz Broadcasting, Omaha) . WAVZ New Haven, Conn.) . member in parentheses): District 12: Alan Page, KOWA Class C: J. R. Livesay, wt.BH Mat- District 2: Simon Goldman, WJTN Enid, Okla. (Grover C. Cobb, KVGB toon, Ill. ...
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822. 1965-09-06-BC-OCR-Page-0078 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . as supplemented by nied motion by Voice of Dixie, Inc. (WVOK) . Mutual Insurance Co. (100 %) , to Forward Blue Island Community Broadcasting Inc. Birmingham. Ala. to enlarge issues as to of Iowa Inc. owned by Wisconsin Valley and Evelyn R. Chauvin Schoonfield and dis- AM application of Storz Broadcasting Co. Television Corp. (100 %) . Consideration $3. missed Blue Island's application for new (WTIX) , New Orleans. La. Action Aug. 30. 500,000. Wisconsin Valley is owned by O. FM in Blue Island, Ill. granted Shoonfield's Dismissed motion by Campbell and Charles Lemke ( ...
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823. 1965-08-23-BC-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Examiner Walther W. Guenther to extend time to Aug. 13 to file replies to ment of CP from Mid -America Broadcast- issued initial decision looking toward re- oppositions to motion to enlarge issues in ing Corp. to South Central Broadcasting quiring Kenneth E. Miller, tr/as Kentown proceeding on AM application of Storz Corp. owned by John A. Engelbrecht Speedway and Hobbies, Garden Grove, Broadcasting Co. (WTIX) . New Orleans. (39.8%) , George F. Stoltz (39.6 %) , Leigh - Calif. to cease and desist from operating Action Aug. 11. man D. Groves (19.8 ...
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824. 1968-06-10-BC-OCR-Page-0066 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... applied for new AM AM broadcast proceeding, Does. 16290 -91, in Sioux Falls, S. D. in 1961 and application granted to extent indicated and denied in Commission waived Sec, 73.24(g ) of is still pending. Ann. May 31. all other respects petition to enlarge issues rules and granted Storz Broadcasting Co. filed March 15 by WMGS Inc. and granted CP to increase nighttime power of WDGY FINAL ACTIONS request for official notice and request 1 for Minneapolis from 25 kw to 50 kw. WDGY is FCC denied application filed by Basic acceptance "nunc pro tune" filed May by licensed to operate on 1130 ...
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825. 1968-08-05-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... as New Orleans' 0 number one That's broadcast - radio sound, WTIX 690, doubled its daytime broadcast power to 10,000 watts. power New Orleans style. To you it means even more buying power. Lots mo New Orleans' number one radio buy "just keeps getting better." WTIX 690 New Orleans /Storz Broadcasting Company Represented nationally by Robert E. Eastman Co. Inc. ...
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826. 1968-10-21-BC-OCR-Page-0055 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... firm representing of directors Tuesday (Oct. 15) an- Announcing the results, BMI officials the committee also attended. Absent committeemen were Mr. Morris, nounced appointment of a committee said Mr. Cramer had enunciated the to seek a replacement for Mr. O'Brien organization's licensing policies in a George W. Armstrong of Storz Stations, as president and chief executive officer letter telling the stockholders last month Herbert Evans of People's Broadcast- of the movie -TV production company. that "it is essential to the continued ing, and J. Allen Jensen, KID Idaho Mr. O'Brien will be moved into the successful operation of BMI that there ...
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827. 1968-11-04-BC-OCR-Page-0058 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... A package of 19 feature films acquired said, adding that KLAC appears to have at one or both of the meetings were by CBS-TV from Screen Gems for $17 met that test in connection with the Elliott M. Sanger, chairman; George W. million, carries telecasting dates vary- referendum issue. Armstrong of Storz Stations; A. A. ing between September 1969 and Sep- When informed that the commission Church, assistant secretary of Storer tember 1974. Screen Gems said the had rejected his group's complaints, Broadcasting Co.; David H. Morris, transaction represents the highest aver- Harry Lerner, Southern California man- ...
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828. 1969-02-03-BC-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... There Yet the bright, innovative people who ence, and to sell the sponsor's prod- are a number of others, most, though, remained with radio (such men as the ucts," remarks Chuck Blore of the Hol- part- timers, or in- and -outers. A pro- late Todd Storz and Gordon Mc- lywood consulting firm of Programing gram director of some reputation loses Lendon) evolved the modern pattern db. "I think the programing is all-im- his job, hires out as a consultant until for radio prosperity. Programing for- portant and that the sales will follow. a steady position opens ...
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829. 1965-06-14-BC-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... James D. Cunningham Clarke Broadcasting Corp. to enlarge issues Springfield, Va. denied petition by WGAY Designated Examiner Isadore A. Honig in proceeding on WHOO application. Action Inc. to enlarge issues. Members Nelson and to preside at hearings in proceeding on AM June 9. Pincock abstained from voting. Action June application of Storz Broadcasting Co. By memorandum opinion and order in 7. (WTIX) , New Orleans: scheduled prehear- proceeding on applications of Nebraska Granted petition by Vaughn-Hanssen ing conference for July 8 and hearing for Rural Radio Association (KRVN) Lexing- Co. Melbourne, Fla. and Cape Canaveral July 29. Action June 7 ...
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830. 1969-05-19-BC-OCR-Page-0034 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... , "starve a rat today," use of humor," and "best direction" created for the Urban America Organi- a damn' take top honors categories) ; Purina canned meats "park zation by Geer, Dubois Advertising, bench" commercial by Gardner Adver- New York, and filmed by Bill Storz for A television commercial selling ciga- tising, St. Louis ( "best pet products" and Wylde Films. rettes took top honors last week at the "best spokesman" for Pat Paulsen who NBC's award for effective use of color Annual American Television Commer- appears in the message); Volvo's "at ...
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831. 1970-02-09-BC-OCR-Page-0085 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Boston, then managed years is very pleasing, important and Co. bought out the partners in 1961, KYW (AM) Philadelphia, 1965, gratifying," he declared. "Even small, WIND(AM) Chicago, 1966, and local stations have become a more in- Mr. Harris returned to Storz at wmY- iceux(Tv) San Francisco, 1967- (AM) Minneapolis. 69; named president, RAR, 1969; tegral part of the community- they're Another ** wee years passed with Mr. "Tarr' neral manager; then he .ghouse as general man - 1955; children - ...
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832. 1965-04-05-BC-OCR-Page-0114 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... to middle road. Box D -38, BROADCASTING. Editorial writer for top station in North- purchase all or part, prefer New England Top forty personality jock. Eight years ex- east to research and write hard hitting or Middle Atlantic states. Box D -77, BROAD- perience, including Plough, Bartell, StOrz. edits for television and radio. Immediate CASTING. Production second to none. You supply the opening. Rush complete resume to Box future, I'll make my own security. Major D -75, BROADCASTING. market or PD slot in medium. Will con- Sales sider Canada. Tape, resume, production Newsman ...
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833. 1971-09-06-BC-OCR-Page-0037 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... the station with the FCC and the Equal sure" vote. Employment Opportunity Commission The survey put television 8% ahead (BROADCASTING, Aug. 16) . The 27- of the Supreme Court and 17% above item FCC complaint, challenging the the Congress among a list of 12 institu- right of WQAM licensee Storz Broadcast- tions in the "really care" column. News- ing to hold the license, is for "the papers and the Nixon administration stated purpose of trying to pressure the were judged to be relatively indifferent company into signing a collective bar- or hostile to black aspirations, placing gaining agreement," ...
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834. 1971-10-18-BC-OCR-Page-0030 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... " Miss Judis paused. "I saw every- attend a 1959 convention of disk jockeys. Fitz was sent to find out about radio. one," she said with an indulgent sigh. The convention, sponsored by the Todd in Detroit he studied wwj, the radio "He said: You're having trouble with Storz stations, was among the biggest operation of the Detroit News. In New your music, I have some ideas'" bashes in broadcast history. It featured York he delved into the technical back- The ideas included a program format an all -night show with the biggest names ground of radio, assisted by the people ...
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835. 1965-02-22-BC-OCR-Page-0116 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Minneapolis- tor Products Division St. Paul, as announcer on morning NEWS of International Tele- show, replacing Mort Crowley who Walter Sheridan, former special as- phone and Telegraph, joins loco( St. Louis. All stations are sistant to U. S. attorney general, joins joins industrial and licensed to Storz Broadcasting Co. NBC News, Washington, as special commercial depart- Lee Cannon, cen- correspondent. ments of DuMont Mr. Carney tral division manager Laboratories Division Patrick O'Reilly, producer of The of Fairchild Camera and Instrument of Screen Entertain- Big News at KNXT(TV) Los Angeles, ment Co. TV ...
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836. 1972-11-27-BC-OCR-Page-0039 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... department of Michael's College, Toronto. squelched by the WHBF-TV "Rumor Burden denied that a $1,000 contribution A panel on "A Business Response to Control Center," a service recognized was made or received. Star also said that Consumerism," also at the Tuesday meet- by Mayor Haymaker as contributing Mrs. Storz cannot be believed "because ing, will include Roland P. Campbell, of the overt hostility and bias she held director of creative services for General significantly to the successful with respect to Don Burden." Foods, and three executives of the Coun- cooling of threatened racial violence. The Broadcast Bureau, in ...
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837. 1973-01-01-BC-OCR-Page-0034 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... is so uniquely capable of affording." deductible for the first time. Dannett and Bernard Buchholz, New There was also a relaxation of re- York attorneys, as counsel. Members quirements for accounting for the sale with Mr. Sanger arc George W. Arm- of time to barter companies, payments strong, Storz stations: J. Allen Jensen, Screen Gems' call and receipts for sports and other pro- KID -AM -FM Idaho Falls, Idaho: Abiah A. grams furnished by networks not licensed Church, Storer Broadcasting: Roger B. for help turned down by ASCAP, in -store promotion trade Read, Taft Broadcasting ...
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838. 1973-01-29-BC-OCR-Page-0042 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... in- be young, but are still no different from dustry as a whole and to the press. album cuts was a means, most program- ers thought, of keeping the 18 -to -24 male the public that bought singles years ago. Rick Sklar became a radio programer Bill Stewart, a veteran of the Storz through sheer audacity, he says. He was audience that was beginning to tune to working at wINs(AM) New York as progressive-rock FM stations in the late station group and now operations man- sixties. "At the time," Mel Phillips, pro- ager of wroo(AM) Minneapolis: ...
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839. 1965-01-25-BC-OCR-Page-0009 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... would prefer changes in law that would Commission vote was 3 -1, with Com- man for KcMO Kansas City, Mo. be- permit commission to eliminate least missioner Lee dissenting and Commis- came commercial manager of KDUL promising applicants and then to direct sioners Kenneth A. Cox and Loevinger there, then moved to Todd Storz sta- remaining contenders to work out not participating. Chairman Henry and tions, starting as salesman for WHB merger arrangement, if possible. Commissioners Robert T. Bartley and Kansas City and becoming vice presi- Commissioner Lee Loevinger, with- Rosei H. Hyde constituted majority. dent and general manager of wDGY out ...
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840. 1973-01-29-BC-OCR-Page-0052 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... as of the few successful major- market top lenges in his years at WOKY and cannot awesome. It not only dominates Detroit 40's that will break records. Much of that be easily taken. from Canada, but has been known to credit goes to Rosalie Trombley, respect- In Omaha, the city where Todd Storz rate high in the Toledo and Cleveland ed for owning two of the best ears in first saw the potential for top-40 radio, Gary Martin has recently come to pro- gram KOIL(AM) . And in Denver, KTLK- (AM) , another John Rook- consulted sta- DRAKE -CHENAULT ENTERPRISES INC ...
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841. 1973-02-19-BC-OCR-Page-0034 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... ing. He noted that the fairness doctrine The allegation that Mr. Burden do- a state -operated radio network's presen- nated $1,000 to Senator Hatfield in 1966 does not require that a particular issue was based entirely on the testimony of tation of institutional advertising for the be balanced equally within a given pro- Dorothy Storz, then the bookkeeper of coal- mining industry has been denied by gram. the Star stations. Judge Naumowicz said the FCC. The commission's action high- Mr. Ray also referred to a commission Senator Hatfield and the staff aide who lighted a busy week for the agency in action last month, in which ...
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842. 1973-02-26-BC-OCR-Page-0015 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... other advertisers are wondering stations you listed as dominating the dial Larry G. Kingen, sales manager; Stan Soifer, sales what useful purpose can be served by in markets coast -to- coast. manager -programing; Susan Yang, Harriette Weinberg, advertising assistants. used commercial tapes. -W. Judd Wyatt, Surely a Storz station, KOMA(AM) director of advertising, MFA Insurance Oklahoma City, has to rank as a highly HOLLYWOOD: 1680 North Vine influential signal if for no other reason Street, 90028. Phone: 213-463 -3148. Cos. Columbia, Mo. Earl B. Abrams, senior editor. than that the station ...
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843. 1974-02-25-BC-OCR-Page-0071 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... soon after the McLendon and One, 1964 -present; m. Marilyn Miller, June ice was in a stage of precarious adoles- cence. He has built a television station and a UHF at that-during an era when - 25, 1950; children: Roger Jr. 19; Ellen, 17; Robert, 15. Storz interests started tinkering with that format. Among its list of coveted alumni is a fast- talking announcer from the Ohio his fellow radio operators looked on that countryside named Alan Freed. The late medium as either an alien threat or a one of his biggest headaches is "trying Mr. Freed got his break at ...
30 Apr 2014  -  50k
844. 1974-09-30-BC-OCR-Page-0009 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Affil- black college all-American football team broadcast in news iates Association for 1974 -75. He succeeds Odin Rams- packages (Broadcasting, May 13) . land, president, KDAL -AM -TV Duluth, Minn. who be- comes ex officio board member. Gene Ellerman; WWAM- To hearing. License renewal application of Storz Broadcast- (AM) Cadillac, Mich. elected vice chairman. ing's WTIX (AM) New Orleans has been set for hearing, be- cause FCC could not resolve conflict of affidavits on wheth- Melvin Laird, former secretary of defense and presidential er station had broadcast unauthorized announcement on Jan. counselor for domestic ...
30 Apr 2014  -  62k
845. 1974-10-07-BC-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... hearing amend his application to transform application WSMJ Greenfield, Ind -Broadcast Bureau granted from sole proprietorship to general partnership CP to change tram. location to West Main St. WTIX(AM) New Orleans, renewal proceeding: consisting of Harry R. Peyton (70 %) and Ben Greenfield; operate by remote control from studio Storz Broadcasting Co. (Doc. 20200) -Commission Peyton, his son (30 %) . Action Sept. 19. site at 640 W. 9th St. Greenfield; install new ant.; designated for hearing application of Storz Broad- make change in ant. system; ERP 50 kw; ant. ...
30 Apr 2014  -  59k
846. 1975-11-24-BC-OCR-Page-0027 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... ) to Chronicle Walton to Tarrant Broadcasting Inc. for female employment status Broadcasting for $9,158,000 (BROADCAST- $800,000 cash. Mr. Walton owns 100% of ING, July 14) . Roy H. Park is sole owner of KBUY -FM Fort Worth; KDJW -AM -FM The FCC has renewed the license of Storz buyer which also owns seven AM's, five Amarillo, Tex.; KAVE -TV Carlsbad, N.M. Broadcasting Co. s KXOK(AM) St. Louis to FM's and seven TV's in Birmingham, and, with family memers, KIRX(AM) Feb. 1, 1977, conditioned on the station Ala.; ...
30 Apr 2014  -  59k
847. 1975-12-08-BC-OCR-Page-0028 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Charlotte Reid, also favoring renewal, was submitted to the commission several Mutschmann have been detained, incommunicado, in Angola for two weeks. weeks ago. It was then that the members CBS protests to Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola have been began having second thoughts. unavailing, FCC has granted license renewal to Storz Broadcasting's wTlx(AM) Several felt that the arguments made in New Orleans, determining there was no substantial basis to complaint station favor of Cowles were not as persuasive as has urged armed citizens to help police catch sniper in 1973. Women's Com- they had seemed immediately after the mitteefor Equal Employment Opportunity and 16 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  40k
848. 1975-12-15-BC-OCR-Page-0070 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... cable systems and Action Nov. 21. Cable granted objections of Rust Craft Broadcasting Co. WTIX New Orleans -FCC rescinded its designation (CAC -05530 -05541) . Action Nov. 28. order, terminated all further hearings, and granted Pasadena, Tex. Pasadena CATV Ltd. -Cable renewal of license for WTIX, licensed to Storz Broad- Applications Bureau granted application for certificate of compliance casting Co. FCC said there was insufficient evidence Following operators of cable TV systems requested cer- and request for special relief to permit temporary car- on which to designate hearing based on allegations by tificates of compliance, FCC announced Dec. 5 (sta- ...
30 Apr 2014  -  44k
849. 1976-11-08-BC-OCR-Page-0048 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... in Palm Springs, Calif. Oct. 26 -29. Broadcasting; James P. Arcara, Capital Cities; Sam Cook Digges, CBS Front row (l -r): David Morris, KNUZ(AM) Houston; Lee Allen Smith, Radio; John T. Murphy, Avco Broadcasting; George W. Armstrong, Storz WKY(AM) Oklahoma City; Richard W. Chapin, Stuart Enterprises; Thomas Broadcasting; Marvin L. Shapiro, Group W; Roger G. Berk, Group One Glynn, N.W. Ayer (agency for U.S. Army); Major John Burke, U.S. Army; Broadcasting; George Duncan, ...
30 Apr 2014  -  68k
850. BC-1977-02-14-OCR-Page-0088 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... is being decided. Director of Engineering ASCAP sources, in turn, said the commit- Members of the all- industry committee 1293 Center Street tee wanted to cut the rate to 1.3 % . in addition to Chairman Sanger are Ashland, Ohio 44805 Although he did not specify the size of George W. Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting (419) 289-2766 the proposed cut, Mr. Sanger said the com- Corp.; Abiah A. Church, Storer Broadcast- mittee also asked for elimination of sus- ing Co.; Robert R. Hilker,SuiburbanRadio taining fees, the adoption of an incremen- Group; J. Allen Jensen, ...
30 Apr 2014  -  71k
851. BC-1977-11-14-OCR-Page-0044 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... costs for New York, newsletter speculates that payers. advertising containing "consumer infor- NBC -TV is offering exclusive product pro- Commissioner Fogarty continued to dis- mation." tection to advertisers making $10- million News that refreshes. The Radio Advertising Bureau's board of direc- casters; George W. Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting; Don N. Nelson, Mid tors meeting in Phoenix, which ended Oct. 29, was enlivened by a report America Radio; Donald A. Pels, LIN Broadcasting; Carl J. Wagner, Taft from Ralph Countryman Jr. director of media services, Coca -Cola U.S.A. Broadcasting; Richard J. Monahan ...
30 Apr 2014  -  76k
852. 1980-11-03-BC-OCR-Page-0027 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... "Style" section piece by Tom George N. Duncan, president of Metromedia Radio, elected chair- Shales last Friday (Oct. 31) . charged TV networks with deliberate man of Radio Advertising Bureau to succeed Elmo Ellis, wseiAM) campaign to harass Republican presidential candidate Ronald Atlanta. George W. Armstrong, Storz Broadcasting, elected RAB execu- Reagan. Shales leaned heavily on NBC evening newscasts anchored by tive committee chairman, and Richard W. Chapin, Stuart Broadcasting, John Chancellor, coverage pattern he said was "merrily and lazily emul- elected finance committee chairman. ated" by other networks. Responded NBC News President ...
30 Apr 2014  -  49k
853. 1981-03-16-BC-OCR-Page-0234 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... rigorously Sixth Report and Order presaged even report provided 2,053 station assignments confined to the top-selling records of the more dramatic change. When President to 1,291 communities; designated 617 day. The pioneers were group owners Gor- Truman signed the McFarland bill in July, VHF and 1,436 UHF assignments; don McLendon of Dallas and Todd Storz he authorized the first major overhaul of reserved 242 noncommercial educational of Omaha. the Communications Act of 1934. The channels, including 80 VHF; and deter- AM radio continued to air shows with salient provisions of the new act permitted mined maximum power for channels 2-6 big-name stars. New syndicated ventures the FCC to ...
30 Apr 2014  -  53k
Broadcasting Magazine
... Report and Order presaged even report provided 2.053 station assignments confined to the top- selling records of the more dramatic change. When President to 1,291 communities: designated 617 day. The pioneers were group owners Gor- Truman signed the McFarland bill in July, VHF and 1,436 UHF assignments: don McLendon of Dallas and Todd Storz he authorized the first major overhaul of reserved 242 noncommercial educational of Omaha. the Communications Act of 1934. The channels, including 80 VHF; and deter- AM radio continued to air shows with salient provisions of the new act permitted mined maximum power for channels 2 -6 big -name stars. New syndicated ventures the ...
30 Apr 2014  -  57k
855. 1982-11-01-BC-OCR-Page-0027 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... of quehanna Broadcasting. But in the discus- depending on the skills and circumstances the executive and finance committees, ex- sions that ensued within the executive of the person chosen. ecutive committee members Hoberman of committee, headed by George Armstrong If the decision to name a president. ABC and Martin Rubenstein of Mutual of Storz, the dual concept was said to surprised some board members, another and Vice Chairman David. After 6 weeks of no football, network - station gloom deepens Even if season is saved there NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl, and nights have been suffering from the will be problems of scheduling even that, the ...
30 Apr 2014  -  36k
856. BC-1983-08-15-OCR-Page-0060 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... broader distribution. Knight Thompson for her contributions to rade radio program of the 1930's and 40's Clients abroad for TV Satellite File in- the Pacifica Foundation. and the creation of high energy rock 'n' roll clude Austria's ORF; Canada's CBC and The list of winners follow: stations in the mid- 1950's by Todd Storz and CTV; France's TF -1 and Antenne 2; Italy's Golden Reel Awards Gordon McLendon. And most teen-agers RAI -1; Norway's NRK; Swiss TV; ARD and ZDF in Germany; BBC and ITN in England, John H. Mager, Berkeley. Calif. O The Bin of Rights Radio growing up today ...
30 Apr 2014  -  43k
857. BC-1984-07-16-OCR-Page-0050 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... journalism" have been established. And last for week, the Voice received word of a victory over the Department of Health and Human $6,000,000 Services with which it shares a building in southwest Washington. The Voice will take from over 58,000 square feet of space now occu- pied by HHS and will become the building's Storz Broadcasting principal occupant. The Reagan administration has had trou- ble finding someone with staying power to We are pleased to have served as broker in this transaction. direct the VOA. James Conkling, who is a friend of Director Charles Z. Wick of the VOA's parent organization, the U.S. Infor- MACKBURN ...
30 Apr 2014  -  53k
858. 1964-11-23-BC-OCR-Page-0024 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Lifebuoy) and General Brewing Corp. (Lucky Lager 46. Carson /Roberts Inc. 11.6 Beer) , both broadcast users. Other new 47. Honig- Cooper & Harrington 11.15 accounts include National Distillers, 48. Warwick & Legler 11 McGregor -Doniger, New York Times, 49. Richard K. Manoff 10.5 Storz Brewing Corp. Ohio "65" Insur- 50. Edward H. Weiss 10.15 ance, and 3 -M Co. (corporate) . Major accounts resigned during the year were Kinney System, A. C. Gilbert, and In- vestors Diversified. Major network television accounts 22 (BROADCAST ADVERTISING) BROADCASTING, ...
30 Apr 2014  -  93k
859. 1966-10-31-BC-OCR-Page-0014 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... , Bell & Howell Co. as for engineering, National Association of speaker. Hotel Roosevelt. New York. Broadcasters; Charles A. Sweeny, director of bureau of deceptive practices, Federal Nov. 2-3- Annual fall meeting of the Trade Commission; George W. Armstrong, Pennsylvania Community Antenna Tele- vice president, Storz Broadcasting Co. Port- vision Association. Speakers include E. land Hilton hotel, Portland, Ore. Stratford Smith, Lew Cohen and Jack Nov. 11 -13-Fall meeting of the Ohio Asso- Cole, Washington communications attor- neys. Pittsburgh Hilton, Pittsburgh. ciated Press Broadcasters Association. Chris- topher Inn ...
30 Apr 2014  -  57k
860. BC-1986-01-27-OCR-Page-0105 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... la Nie as NU.: mammon , BLACKBURN coMMMY, INC BLACKBURN COMPANY, MG BLACKBURN Loans, INC. BLACKBURN COMPANY. IN4 s. tit 7:2n o-i .Ti 4. 4 41,411 44344411 ,M \ ._.:e.. mamma m_.. .n. W ^^ J =1."=" . Storz Broadcasting Co. GRB Broadcasting of Delaware, Inc. Statewide Broadcasting mum N Sun. N.eYW , Gilmore Broadcasting Corporation w .w,ee w. NW,d has.N holm.w,ti WJBR AM/FM KJIM (FM) WEIR (AM) WIVY-FM wNWwlm, oa..e MvNIW,IrYll.l,lbr b fW Infinity Broadcasting Corporation $4,300,000 $7,200,000 Shamrock Broadcasting Co. ...
30 Apr 2014  -  51k
861. 1964-09-07-BC-OCR-Page-0076 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... now with Bozell & Jacobs Adver- clinics will consist of Grover C. Cobb, Car 54, Where Are You? (NBC tising, as its first director. Until 1958 twos Great Bend, Kan. moderator; Films) : WCYB -TV Bristol, Va. Johnson Broadcast Music Inc. conducted pro- Grahame Richards, Storz Broadcasting; City -Kingsport, Tenn. and WDBO-TV Or- gram meetings around the country for William J. Kaland, Westinghouse Broad- lando, Fla. broadcasters. casting, and David S. MacNeil, wcRB Boston. Silent Service 1 and II (NBC Films) : Five Elements The clinics to be WBRZ ...
30 Apr 2014  -  52k
862. 1966-10-03-BC-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... manager of WAKR Akron, Ohio, Calif. named general manager of Graduates of RCA Institute's appointed general sales manager of Re- KTHO-AM -FM Tahoe Valley, Calif. Studio Schools have had thor- gional Reps Corp. Cleveland. Dennis ough and professional train- A. Leonard, account executive, pro- Eddie Clarke, from Storz Broadcast- ing in every phase and detail moted to general manager of RRC's ing and Metromedia, named general of television and radio in the Penn State Reps division, Pittsburgh. manager of WTTF Tiffin, Ohio. Broadcast field under expert direction. When you hire an RCA Institutes gradu- Everett L. (Tod ...
30 Apr 2014  -  54k
863. BC-1987-03-09-OCR-Page-0063 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... They'll be involved in nu- Mike DeWine (R -Ohio) and Romano Maz- Monday afternoon. Radio holds its luncheon Monday with keynoter Marshall Loeb, commentator and managing editor of Fortune Magazine. Also "25 YEARS EXPERIENCE GOES INTO EVERY SALE" EAST during lunch, Gordon McLendon, Robert 500 East 77th Street Todd Storz (both posthumously) and Robert Suite 1909 Trout will be inducted into the Radio Hall of New York NY 10021 Fame. Highlights of Monday's radio agenda include an overview on obscenity, indecen- cy, libel, and other issues that radio news, talk and personality shows face. A session (212) 288-0737 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  72k
864. BC-1988-01-04-OCR-Page-0138 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Dolgoff, 62, owner -operator of 3 years $190 2 years $135 1 year $70 6 mos. $35 Florida radio stations, died Dec. 19 at Boca Raton, Fla. hospital of apparent heart at- (International subscribers add $20 per year) tack. Dolgoff began his broadcasting career with Storz Broadcasting where he eventual- Broadcasting L1 Cablecasting Yearbook 1987 ly became VP-general counsel. In 1966 he The complete guide to radio, TV, cable and satellite facts and figures-$105. became manager of Storz's WQAM(AM) Mi- (if payment with order $90) Billable orders must be accompanied ...
30 Apr 2014  -  57k
865. BC-1989-04-24-OCR-Page-0082 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... : Debbie Baker; Jean Baker; Bill Barkley; ExpressData, EasyData and *EasyData 9600 im- Products: TV marketing campaigns for radio sta- John Canevari; Sue Dela Torres; David Elliott; Leo age, graphics and data dial -up service; frontend tions. Fell; Steve McAnelly; Ray Shurtz; Debbie Storz. meteorological work station. Products: Rebuilt power transmitting tubes; re- FirstCom Broadcast Services 1008, 1010 ESE 3907, 3908 13747 Montford Dr. #220, Dallas 75240 built reflex klystrons. 142 Sierra St. El Segundo, Calif. 90254 Editron USA 7632 Staff: Jim Long; Cecelia Garr; Bob Jenkins; ...
30 Apr 2014  -  89k
866. BC-1989-05-01-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Cliff Rogers; John Abd - 25 West 45th St. New York 10036 Staff: Debbie Baker; Jean Baker; Bill Barkley; nour; Tom Cauthers; Dave Hultsman; Billy Emery; John Canevari; Sue Dela Torres; David Elliott: Leo DI -Tech Inc. 3716 Fell; Steve McAnelly; Ray Shurtz; Debbie Storz. Barry Ariaz. 48 Jefryn Blvd. Deer Park, N.Y. 11729 Control Concepts Corp. 3902 Editron USA 7632 Staff: Anthony Bulletin; George Petrilak; Dan Ma- 748 N. Seward St. Hollywood, Calif 90038 P.O. Box 1380, Binghamton, N.Y. 13902 zur; Joseph Perullo; Pete Edstrom. ...
30 Apr 2014  -  103k
867. BC-1989-09-11-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Staff: Mark Fine; Stuart Hellman; Kathy Sullivan; Econco 251 NewsDesk computer software program; AP News - Monte Jones; Candy Helgerson; Jim Oehler; 1318 Commerce Ave. Woodland, Calif. 95695 Power; APTV; AP Network News. Steve Szadokierski. Product: Columbine /News Staff: David Elliott; Debbie Storz. Product: Re- Audience Research 8 Development 451 Management. built power transmitting tubes; rebuilt low wattage 8700 Simmons, #415, Dallas 75247 Comprompter 838 klystrons Staff: Mark Aldren; Ed Bewley; Doug Clemensen; 141 South Sixth St. La Crosse, Wis. 54601 E-N-G Mobile Systems 117 Sandra Connell; ...
30 Apr 2014  -  95k
868. BC-1990-03-26-OCR-Page-0077 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Products: Modu- 1318 Commerce Ave. Woodland, Calif 95695 116 Chestnut St. P.O. Box 870, Red Bank, N.J. lar electronic enclosure systems; console configu- Staff: Debbie Baker; Bill Barkley; John Canevari; 07701-0870 rations; computer support furniture; emission con - Leo Fell; Ray Shuriz; Debbie Storz; John Sullivan. Staff: Thomas McNicholas; Mark Rubín. Prod- trol EMI/RFI shielded enclosures; packaged Products: Rebuilt power transmitting tubes and ucts: Dry, forced air cooled FM dummy loads; RF blowers. klystrons. calorimeters, wattmeters and attenuators. Emergency Alert Receiver 6442 Ediflex/Cinedco 1726 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  57k
869. 1966-11-07-BC-OCR-Page-0014 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Sweeny, director Banquet, sponsored by the Albuquerque TV? An analysis of spot spending and of bureau of deceptive practices, Federal Advertising Club. Featured speaker is Nor- spot spenders in the past decade. A Trade Commission; George W. Armstrong, man E. Cash, president, Television Bureau vice president, Storz Broadcasting Co. Port- of Advertising. Albuquerque Sunport, Al- deep look at a new system to thin out land Hilton hotel, Portland. Ore. buquerque, N.M. the paperwork in spot buying. A step - Nov. 20-Annual meeting of the Hollywood by -step examination of the making of Nov. ...
30 Apr 2014  -  65k
870. 1964-07-06-BC-OCR-Page-0029 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... DDB K &E 1.5 1.4 Tender Leaf tea Ted Bates JWT 2.5 1.75 Kaiser Jeep Corp. Compton NC &K 5.0 3.5 J. P. Stevens M -E FRC &H 1.7 0.57 Kratter Corp. Stokely -Van Camp Ruppert Knicker- Gumbinner- frozen foods Tatham -Laird Bozell-Jacobs 1.0 0.3 bocker Beer North Turnbull 2.0 1.0 Storz Brewing Co. BBDO L &N 0.8 0.3 Lehn & Fink Van Camp Sea Food Co. GB &B EWR &R 3.5 2.2 Noreen hair color Geyer, Morey William Wrigley Jr. Co. Kudner EWR &R 1.5 0.95 rinse Ballard F &S &R 0.5 0.38 Stri -Dex Manoff F &S ...
30 Apr 2014  -  31k
871. BC-1991-Anniversary-60th-OCR-Page-0037 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... BERLE JACK HARRIS WARD QUAAL JAMES BLACKBURN SR RAGAN HENRY RONALD REAGAN JOHN BLAIR BOB HOPE J. LEONARD REINSCH DAVID BRINKLEY AMOS HOSTETTER ROBERT ROSENCRANS GEORGE BURNS STANLEY E. HUBBARD DAVID SARNOFF JOHNNY CARSON STANLEY S. HUBBARD AARON SPELLING FRANK CONRAD GENE KATZ FRANK STANTON JOAN GANZ COONEY JOHN KLUGE GEORGE STORER WALTER CRONKITE BRIAN LAMB TODD STORZ BILL DANIELS NORMAN LEAR LOWELL THOMAS LEE DE FOREST GERALD LEVIN GRANT TINKER BARRY DILLER JOHN MALONE TED TURNER CHARLES DOLAN AL MASINI PAT WEAVER ALLEN DuMONT DON McGANNON FREDERIC ZW These sixty men and women were chosen by the editors of BROADCASTING for their lifetime contributions to the Fifth Estate. They are the first to be named ...
30 Apr 2014  -  30k
872. 1964-07-06-BC-OCR-Page-0027 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... getting spree, landing an estimated $5.8 five of the seven. will move to Warwick & Legler, New million in billing from Lever Brothers Burnett, which had already been York, and hot cocoa mix which (Lifebuoy) , Lucky Lager Brewing and signed to handle advertising for goes to VanSant, Dugdale & Co. Storz Brewing. It lost no appreciable Nestle's Quik, gains Nestea iced tea Baltimore (see table for estimated business during the past six months. mix, Choco -Bake, Nescafe, Choco- broadcast billing on all Nestle prod- Leo Burnett appears to have gained late bars and the Nestle semi -sweet ucts involved in the ...
30 Apr 2014  -  44k
873. 1964-06-15-BC-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... ABC -TV. gram director. Roger W. Marks named continuity di- Sam Babcock, formerly with wile Kansas City, Mo. joins w9GY Minneap- rector of WTVN -TV Columbus, Ohio. olis as public service director and air Maxine Anderson, casting director personality. Stations are owned by for Hollywood producers of commer- Storz Broadcasting Co. cials, has moved her independent office Frank P. Gilhooley appointed sports to Goldwyn Studio, 1041 North For- director of WTOL Toledo, Ohio. mosa Avenue. George J. Mitchell, formerly produc- Edward J. Fischer, formerly with tion supervisor of wWLP -TV Springfield, Universal Studios, ...
30 Apr 2014  -  55k
874. BC-1993-10-18-Page-0029 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Bell Atlantic, Aaron Spelling Howard Stringer of CBS and Robert Wright of NBC. They'll be on from 2:30 to 4:45. Lesley Stahl V The last word will come from Larry Irving, administrator of the Frank Stanton National Telecommunications & Information Administration, from 4:45 to 5. George Storer Todd Storz f v rf jgj Interface 7/Hall of Fame Registration Form Ed Sullivan Sol Taishoff T a b l e rates for the Hall of F a m e d i n n e r are three-tiered: $7,000, $ 5 , 5 0 0 a n d $4,000. Individual tickets are $425 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  133k
875. BC-1995-11-06-OCR-Page-0054 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Caldwell Robert Hyland Diane Sawyer Johnny Carson Glenn Jones Rod Sealing Dick Clark H.V. Kaltenborn Eric Sevareid Fred Coe Gene Katz Frank Smith Frank Conrad Larry King Aaron Spelling Joan Ganz Cooney Michael King Lesley Stahl Walter Cronkite Roger King Susan Starnberg Bing Crosby John Kluge Frank Stanton Bill Daniels Kay Koplovitz George Storer Barry Diller Ernie Kovacs Todd Storz Charles Dolan Brian Lamb Ed Sullivan Phil Donahue Michael Landon Sol Taishoff Jim Dowdle Norman Lear Lowell Thomas Allen Du Mont Gerald Levin Grant Tinker Jimmy Durante Fulton Lewis Jr. Ted Turner John Fetzer Robert Magness John Walson Joe Flaherty John Malone Barbara Walters Lee De Forest Guglielmo Marconi Pat Weaver Michael Fuchs Garry Marshall Orson Welles John ...
30 Apr 2014  -  38k
876. BC-1996-11-11-OCR-Page-0101 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Burch Chet Huntley Lucie Salhany George Burns Robert Hyland David Sarnoff Marcy Carsey H.V. Kaltenborn Rod Setting Johnny Carson Mel Karmazin Eric Sevareid Dick Clark Gene Katz Frank Smith Frank Conrad Larry King Aaron Spelling Joan Ganz Cooney Roger King Lesley Stahl Howard Cosell Robert Kintner Frank Stanton Walter Cronkite John Kluge George Storer Bing Crosby Kay Koplovitz Todd Storz Bill Daniels Ernie Kovacs Howard Stringer Lee De Forest Brian Lamb Ed Sullivan Barry Diller Norman Lear Sol Taishoff Charles Dolan Bill Leonard Lowell Thomas Phil Donahue Gerald Levin Grant Tinker Jim Dowdle Fulton Lewis Jr. Ted Turner Hugh Downs Phillips H. Lord John Walson Allen Du Mont Robert Magness Barbara Walters John Fetzer John Malone Pat ...
30 Apr 2014  -  18k
877. BC-1996-11-18-OCR-Page-0032 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Jones Eric Sevareid Marcy Carsey H. V. Kaltenborn Dinah Shore Johnny Carson Mel Karmazin Frank Smith Dick Clark Gene Katz Bill Smullin Imogene Coca Larry King Aaron Spelling Fred Coe Michael King Lesley Stahl Frank Conrad Roger King Susan Stamberg loan Ganz Cooney Robert Kintner Frank Stanton Don Cornelius John Kluge George Storer Howard Cosell Kay Koplovitz Todd Storz Walter Cronkite Ernie Kovacs Howard Stringer Bing Crosby Brian Lamb Ed Sullivan Bill Daniels Michael Landon Sol Taishoff Lee De Forest Geraldine Laybourne Lowell Thomas John DeWitt Norman Lear Grant Tinker Barry Diller Bill Leonard Ted Turner Charles Dolan Gerald Levin John Walson BOB WRIGHT, NBC president, said, "I don't know whether this Phil Donahue ...
30 Apr 2014  -  74k
878. BC-1997-11-10-OCR-Page-0092 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... John Blair Gary David Goldberg Gerald Levin Bill Smullin Martin Block Leonard Goldenson Fulton Lewis Jr. Aaron Spelling Steven Bochco Peter Goldmark Phillips H. Lord Lesley Stahl David Brinkley Mark Goodson Peter Lund Susan Starnberg Tom Brokaw Mery Griffin Robert Magness Frank Stanton Dean Burch Ralph Guild John Malone George Storer Dan Burke Jack Harris Guglielmo Marconi Todd Storz George Burns Mary Hart Garry Marshall Howard Stringer Raymond Burr Paul Harvey Al Masini Ed Sullivan Sid Caesar Carl Haverlin Lowry Mays Sol Taishoff Louis G. Caldwell John Hendricks Don McGannon Brandon Tartikoff Marcy Carsey Ragan Henry Gordon McLendon Danny Thomas Johnny Carson Jim Henson Akio Morita Lowell Thomas John Chancellor Don Hewitt Bruce Morrow Marlo Thomas Dick ...
30 Apr 2014  -  22k
879. BC-1997-11-17-OCR-Page-0045 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... King Edward R. Murrow Lesley Stahl Roue Arledge Dick Clark Leonard Goldenson Michael King William S. Paley Susan Starnb erg Earle C. Anthony Imogene Coca Peter Goldmark Roger King Dennis Patrick Frank Stanton Edwin Armstrong Fred Coe Mark Goodson Robert Edward Petry George Storer `Kintner Gene Autry Frank Conrad Mery Griffin John Kluge Ima Phillips Todd Storz ;Merlin Aylesworth William Conrad Ralph Guild Kay Koplowitz Ward Quaal I loward Stringer Lucille Ball Joan Ganz Cixrney Jack I larris Ernie Kovacs James Quello Ed Sullivan Red Barher Don Cornelius Mary Hart Brian Lamb Gilda Ratiner Sol Taisho{{ Julius Barnathan Howard Cosell Paul Harvey Michael Landon Dan Rather f Brandon Tartikoff Ralph Barich Walter Cronkite ...
30 Apr 2014  -  91k
880. BC-1999-12-20-OCR-Page-0048 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... ranging from Death of a from landline to satellite Salesman to the miniseries transmission and teaming Eleanor & Franklin. As a with HBO to change the face performer, he was host of of cable distribution and help his own talk show, Open pave the way for the satellite End, for three decades. revolution. Todd Storz is the Among radio's first rank father of Top 40 radio. In of newsmen, Lowell the 1940s, he got the idea Thomas made his first of programming a station radio news broadcast in 1925 with only the top songs, over the nation's first station, having heard the same KDKA(AM) Pittsburgh. ...
02 Jan 1999  -  125k
881. CB-1965-08-14-OCR-Page-0242.pdf [Channels Magazine]
... Schack Berlin 30 Tel: 450777 SOLAMI MUSIKVERLAG PoMstrasse 58 Munich 9 13 46 58 Ravenna Str. 48 produced by EDITION INSELTON Munich 2 Karlsplatz 19/20 Tel: 497297 SONG EDITION Herr Heino Gaze Gustav Freytag Str. 9 MICHAEL JARY MUSIKVERLAG Berlin-W. Hamburg 13 Tel: 893971 Kurt Feltz Harvestehuderweg OTTO KUHL MUSIKVERLAGE 6 ERICH STORZ MUSIKVERLAGE Osterrode /Reiheit Mr. Jack Joseph Haupt Str. 61 Cologne Am Hof 34/36 TELSTAR MUSIKVERLAG GMBH Musikproduktion Tel: 212276 (Westton Music) Frau Ann Busse Munich 23 Martins Strasse 6 WILL MEISEL MUSIKVERLAGE 34 55 49 Herr Rudolph Schroeder KOLN, Drususgasse TRANSATLANTIK MUSIKVERLAG 7-11/ Phone: 215723 Berlin-W. Wittelsbacher ...
21 Feb 2017  -  142k
882. Radio-Daily-1946-Jul-0004 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... Ayer & Son office, and whose husband is a member of the B r i g . G e n . W a l t e r R . P e c k of t h e Republic publicity department, and Mrs. Emily Howard are expecting visits Second Air Force; R o b e r t Storz, from the Stork in the fall. Edwin W. Buckalew, Columbia Pacific station C h a m b e r of C o m m e r c e p r e s i d e n t , a n d relations manager, has returned from Palm Springs, where he conferred M r ...
02 May 2014  -  120k
883. Radio-Daily-1949-July-0035 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... study of KOWH and t h e construction probably will contain some inter- permit f o r KOAD-FM, both in esting market figures bearing on the Omaha, by the World Publishing vast increase in stations since t h e Company to Mr. and Mrs. Robert first study. And he predicted "some H. Storz and their son, Todd, for howls" f r o m station operators in $75,000. addition to satisfied purrs f r o m Largest amount involved in the others. He indicated that Study transfers okayed yesterday was the No. 2 might show that while hours $170,000 which changed hands f o r ...
02 May 2014  -  125k
884. RD-1962-January-OCR-Page-0040 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... 5-minute p r o g r a m man of the H u m a n Genetics De- .Murray. Music composed and Buffalo- Wayne Stitt, one of the today called "Men of Destiny." p a r t m e n t at Michigan U. and Dr. conducted by Georgie Stoll. original Storz air personalities of The series highlights the impor- D. E. Boblitt, professor in the Ra- Produced and directed by WHB, Kansas City, recently re- tant events in the lives of the most diology D e p a r t m e n t . William Martin. Narration signed from that ...
02 May 2014  -  177k
885. RD-1962-October-OCR-Page-0194 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... e 1961 J o n e s h a s less a n organization has w o r k e d b e e n g e n e r a l s a l e s m a n a g e r of o v e r a long term t o create public radio WHB, the Storz Broadcast- trust in a n y c o m m u n i c a t i o n e m a n - ing S t a t i o n in K a n s a s City. ating f r o m it . . . there is a trend THE ASSOCIATED PRE! ...
02 May 2014  -  177k
886. 1964-06-01-BC-OCR-Page-0042 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... so enthusiastic 13, Hotel Moraine, Chicago, and Oct. Bloch Organization, for finance and de- 15 -16, Northland Inn, Detroit. velopment of programing; Norman about the contemplated research that The RAB board also named George he offered to carry the tests on Taft Kudlick, formerly account executive, Armstrong of Storz Stations to fill the television stations. Taft owns WKRC -TV Heritage Station group, FM salesman; Cincinnati, wTVN -TV Columbus, Ohio, board seat vacated some months ago Jerome Smilo, formerly with NBC Ra- by the resignation of F. H. Brinkley of dio, programing, and Michael Sweeney, wiry-Tv ...
30 Apr 2014  -  37k
887. Sponsor-1960-02-1-OCR-Page-0037.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... You drive across miles of prairie, flat and rich farm lands; MANUFACTURING: This mod- fr- then suddenly, there is Omaha, a em potato chip plant is just one of hustling metropolis of 314,000 pop- many Omaha industries which In- ulation on the Missouri River. Just m clude Western Electric, Storz Brew- ing, Continental Can, and Cudahy across the river, in Iowa, is the sister metropolis of Council Bluffs. Between the two, they make up a metro mar- ket of 440.000 persons. Drive through these towns and all of a sudden you U ire suddenly in the country again. r ...
09 Jul 2016  -  74k
888. Sponsor-1960-03-3-OCR-Page-0050.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... " kind of xvriting tising agency one of the leading crea- client s money. With good, selling xvhich may dex'elop empathy that tive agencies in the radio/tv field — copy, channel the buyer s motivations reaches beyond the cold eye. an agency xvhich has helped to devel- op the image of the Storz stations, in terms of your station. Foment in- Originality means that you can for- Corinthian stations, WMT, Cedar creased consciousness and familiarity get the rules in most cases and let Uapids and many other successful xvith your call letters. Use slogans, your inspiration run. broadcasters. logotypes and a campaign ...
09 Jul 2016  -  62k
889. 1964-05-11-BC-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... -report news, also capable of pro BROADCASTING. nedy, Fla. WRKT-AM -FM, Cocoa Beach, Fla. duction commercials. Third -Class ticket re- Are you good enough to help replace two Growing single station market has immedi- quired. Contact Program Director, WCRO, men who left us to work for the Storz ate opening for aggressive young salesman. Johnstown, Pennsylvania. chain? We need two first phones. One must Excellent station sound, facilities, fringe know his engineering and become chief. benefits. Attractive salary plus commission. Call General Manager, 614 -393 -4991, Radio WMVO, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Immediate ...
30 Apr 2014  -  58k
890. Sponsor-1960-06-2-OCR-Page-0037.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... A national manufacturer with a web of distributors or district store would qualify for local. All others — national. managers and a desire to "beat the system" simply instructs his local rep- PRODUCT CLASSIFICATION; In tins plan (begun resentatives to ask their local radio stations for local rates. If the station by Storz stations) certain products or account cate- chooses to be ethical about it and gories go at national, others always local. Local bot- tells the representative that his is a national company, it is promptly told, tlers, for example, might advertise at local rates, "Whattya mean, national? ...
09 Jul 2016  -  63k
891. Sponsor-1960-07-1-OCR-Page-0006.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... as a claimant to the KCKN as script writer, music picker and JWT throne in recent years, was copy chief The outfield's loss was radio's not identified with anv New \ ork gain for m 1954. Ruth Meyer was ap- pointed continuity and promotional di- dynasty. To the contrary, he rose rector for Storz Station WHB in Kansas in the agency in the Pacific and in City, Missouri And in 1958. not quite as Detroit. After joining the agency \orman H. Strouse w ide-eyed as fiction would have it, Ruth in the later 1920's in San Fran- arrived in New Vork and set up shop at ...
09 Jul 2016  -  60k
892. Sponsor-1960-07-1-OCR-Page-0007.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... "LOUISIANA PURCHASE" .. Now YOU can make sales history with the modern "LOUISIANA PURCHASE' NEW ORLEANS, LA. POWER: 5000 WATTS ON 690 KC PULSE: #1 IN 39 OF 48-/* HOURS'""a PROVEN SALES RESULTS See your EAST/man for details f } WTIX — THE STORZ STATION robert e. eastman & co. inc. representing major radio stations NEW YORK: CHICAGO: SAN FRANCISCO: DALLAS: ST. LOUIS: LOS ANGELES: DETROIT: 527 Madison Avet ue 333 N. Michigan Ave. Russ Bldg. 211 North Ervay Bldg. Syndicate Trust Bldg. Taft Building Book Building New ...
09 Jul 2016  -  49k
... Gary Comer Logan Sellers Jack Reynolds "or Beth McKf an John Hill Jack Zander Earl Murphy Albert Rezek 1 Phyllis Robinson Bob Gage Mike Elliot Mike Elliot Music Makers lion Albert C. Book Marshall Stone Don tirrell 1, Jane Taylor C. Gillingwater Craig Ml n . son Phyllis Houston Dirk Content John F. O'Reilly William Storz Levin Joyce Noble Thos. Naegele Stone, Eisenberg Don Tirrell kman Wm. Backer S. Rollins Guild Robert Jenness Ray Esposito Chester Gierlach im Scott Forbes Geo. Pouridas Mike Elliot Manny Gerard Mike Elliot Morris Mamorsky th Ed Caff rev Marvin Kunze Chris Ishii Chris Ishii Vic Lukens (live) m Robt. Johnson Bill ...
09 Jul 2016  -  59k
894. Sponsor-1960-09-1-OCR-Page-0070.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... David an will include: what Europe thinks ties. Loser, incidentally, must wear Betty Snow by Joe Carroll, for S103 about American attitudes and politi- a turn-of-the-century bathing suit for 000 . . . KXOK, St. Louis, bouaj < al candidates: the failure of Ger- an entire week. bv Storz for $1.5 million from KXO many to teach its vouth about Hitler, • Peter Piper picked: KBIG, Broadcasting. etc. Catalina, personality Joe Niagara, in- • Viewers in the \cw York area augurated a "Niagara Falls" contest Correction: WW VA Wheeling, eel will he introduced to ...
09 Jul 2016  -  73k
895. Sponsor-1960-11-4-OCR-Page-0034.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... , because he is in N. \ . puts us in a good position to paigns for Texise Chemical, Mars competing with commercials of multi- save your client considerable money Candy, Vic Tanny Gyms, Hollywood million dollar companies, using spot." - — from securing lower bids to mak- Bread, and Storz Beer. It is also B&K's contention that ing various savings during produc- Baxter believes his work at Crea- many agencies, large and small, don't tion." It also adds that "service by tive House is more personally satisfy- have the budget to maintain sufficient professionals on a per-job basis ...
09 Jul 2016  -  73k
... . (wkzo) Weather Bureau, .s J ; (RIGHT) Pop music business is booming by the (right) late Fifties, and it's time for the "First Disc Jockey Convention," held in Kansas City. D-j's, recording stars, salesman and broad- casters gather, under aegis of the Stoi Storz z Broadcasting Company, in a session which historically marked the pinnacle of popular- populai ity for the platter -spinners. platter-spinners. (Was) (whb) ...
09 Jul 2016  -  164k
897. 1964-03-16-BC-OCR-Page-0018 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Milan, Italy. vention at New Hamilton hotel, Laredo. your share? April 16-FCC hearing on proposed TV program reporting form. Formerly ' April26 -May 2-Affiliated Advertis- on the Pepper Scene: ing Agencies Network conference, An- scheduled for March 12. drew Johnson hotel, Knoxville, Tenn. Graham Richards, Storz Natl. P.D. in April 16- 17-Annual meeting of Ches- 'April 27- Annual exchanging ideas ..Jim Storer re- apeake AP Broadcasters Association, stockholders meet- ports "Wonderful Music" ID's made ing of Wometco Enterprises Inc. Mid- for WJW wow Storer group meeting in Sheraton Belvedere hotel, Baltimore. way ...
30 Apr 2014  -  64k
898. Sponsor-1961-05-4-OCR-Page-0066.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... Lord Elgin, Ottawa Broadcasting. He will work with clients The Lord Simcoe, Toronto and agencies in the Detroit area for CHICAGO: The Sherman The Hotel* Ambawador Wi\EW. New York City. His career be- gan in 1952 while attending Tulsa Uni- versity. In 1956 he was an announcer for Storz Broadcasting, WHB, Kansas City. His experiences continued as program di- DINING rector of WIND, Chicago, and on to manager of WTAC, Flint, at New York s elegant Mich. in 1959. He lives with his wife and daughter in Flint. ViUMAISON Edward J. DeCray has been engaged by- ...
11 Jul 2016  -  77k
899. Sponsor-1961-07-3-OCR-Page-0063.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... local residents, W chh to station manager. WJOB, delphia. have been elected v.p. s by he station will endeavor to turn Hammond. Indiana, from sales man- Stover Broadcasting . . . Jack S. • ack the clock so that Marylanders ager of WAIT and WJJD, Chicago Sampson to v.p. of Storz Broadcast- OVERWHELMING DOMINANCE proves merit of balanced programing a ARB — March. 1961 ^ ( . PERCENTAGE LEAD KNOE-TV OVER COMPETITION V Monroe 'Nielsen Station Index, March-April, 1961 Metro PERCENTAGE LEAD KNOE-TV OVER COMPETITION Ouachita Total Parish Total Homes Homes (Counly) 10 PM-Midnight 248.30/o Monday-Friday 504.206 Mondav^Friday 6 PM-Midnight ...
11 Jul 2016  -  76k
900. Sponsor-1961-10-4-OCR-Page-0062.pdf [Sponsor Magazine]
... . . Mike Hanptnian to di- Tampa; KPFM. Portland. Ore.; rector of adrerli-dng and promotion KLSN-FM, Seattle, and WDTM-FM. Detroit. Networks at W\RC. New York from program deparlinenl at the same station . . . John K. Crolimi to v.p. and general Prrrgram notes: Storz Broadeast- Jack Paar has signed a new con- m — r rt WCOP-AM-FM. Boston iii"; Hpnipany has bought a series of tract with NBC and will hegin a weekly scries of prime-tiine pro- grams next fall. Paar will terminate his participa- . - tion in the present jack Paar Show on ...
11 Jul 2016  -  82k
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