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801. 1954-07-26-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... dollar does the work of nine in covering a plush market! Want the facts? Talk to H -R Inc. our reps -they're the boys with the hottest story in -or radio KOWH! call KOWH Manager Virg Sharpe. Get FIVE for ONE on a "sure thing" - -CONTINENT BROADCASTING CO. General Manager; Todd Storz KOWH WTIX WHB Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R Inc. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co, ...
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802. 1954-09-06-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Talk to Adam J. Young, Jr. national repre- Station H, Ind. 4.6% sentative, or call WTIX Manager Fred Berthelson. Station I, Ind. 4.5% Station 1, Ind. 3.2% -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY NEW ORLEANS 16, LA. . imùl'aio.i3ElYfydW24WdI:hF:1 General Manager: Todd Storz THE NEWSWEEKLY KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans OF RADIO AND TV resented by Represented by Represented by N -R inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. ...
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803. 1954-09-27-BC-OCR-Page-0050 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Mickelson, vice president in charge of WHB will drop the affiliation after midnight Enterprises (a former brother -in -law Myrt news and public affairs for CBS Inc. Oct. 17, according to a joint announcement last Blum and attorneys Loyd Wright Sr. and Mr. Derr, who has been director of sports week by Todd Storz, vice president of Mid - Sylvan Oestricker) , Mr. Benny said. for CBS Radio since December 1951, joined Continent Broadcasting Co. licensee, and "The stock was sold to CBS, although I the network in 1946 as writer on the staff of George W. Armstrong, WHB manager. The wanted ...
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804. 1954-09-27-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... , 11.3 % . ; KOWH has dominated Omaha radio, with first place ratings, for the past three years without a break. Get Station Manager Virgil Sharpe to equate KOWH's cut of Omaha pie to your cut of the Omaha market. Or talk to an H-R man. m -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY General Manager: Todd Storz WHB, Kansas City Represented by John Blair & Co. WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Adam J. Young, Jr. KOWH, Omaha Represented by H -R Inc. OMAHA H Page 6 September 27, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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805. 1954-10-04-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Independent 4.3% WTIX is first in the morning and afternoon and all -day Station J, Independent 4.3% average. Talk to Adam J. Young, Jr. national representative, or call WTIX Manager, Fred Berthelson. T H E N E W -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY NEW ORLEANS 16, LA. General Manager: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 October 4, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTÌNG ...
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806. 1954-10-04-BC-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... by agency executives neth L. Carter, WAAM (TV) Baltimore, and Kansas City; Richard O. Lewis, KTAR Phoenix; from Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Frank Russell, NBC, Washington. Lester W. Lindow, WFDF Flint, Mich.; Harry Peck, WISN Milwaukee; Todd Storz, KOWH Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Ca- Kenyon Brown, KWFT Wichita Falls, Tex. Omaha; J. S. Younts, WEER Southern Pines, rolina, New Jersey, New York, Eastern Penn- 1954 convention chairman, will act as member N. C.; William H. Fineshriber ...
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807. 1954-10-18-BC-OCR-Page-0041 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... ): William B. Quarton, WMT Cedar In a speech prepared for delivery Friday be- Rapids; Ernest C. Sanders, WOC Davenport; Paul Adonti, WHEN -TV Syracuse; Owen fore the Central Region of the American Assn. Sadler, WMTV (TV) Omaha; Frank Fogarty, WOW Omaha; Todd Storz, KOWH of Advertising Agencies, of which he is vice Omaha, and Donald D. Sullivan, KVTV (TV) Sioux City. chairman, Mr. Little urged better integration between sales and advertising and more and Providence, R. I.; Terrence Clyne, senior vice better research with emphasis on " ...
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808. 1954-11-01-BC-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... John Blair, or Station Manager George W. Armstrong. Begins on page 79 KOWH. Omaha - \TIS. *operating two other fatuous independents. each first New Orleans. in its own market (Hooper) : 10.000 watts on 710 kc. Kansas City, Missouri B -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY General Manager: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WTIX, New Orleans WHB, Kansas City THE NEWSWEEKL Represented by Represented by Represented by OF RADIO AND TV H -R Inc. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co. ...
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809. 1954-11-22-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Average share of audience (Quarter-hour averages) KOWH 47.3% 33 and 1 tie Station "A ' 17.4% 3 and 1 tie Station "B " 10.6% u Station "C " 9.9% 0 Station "D " 7.1% 0 Station "E " 6 3% 0 -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha Represented by WHB, Kansas City Represented by WTIX, New Orleans Represented by KOWH H -R, Reps, Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. OMAHA Page 6 November 22, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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810. 1954-11-29-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... checked the New Orleans no place to go but up. radio picture? That long? Talk to Adam J. Young, Jr. national representative, or call WTIX But how fast is up? General Manager, Fred Berthelson. -.. / --/ NEW ORLEANS 16, LA. -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY President: Todd Storz KOWH, Omaha WHB, Kansas City WTIX, New Orleans Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R Reps. Inc. John Blair & Co. Adam J. Young, Jr. Page 6 November 29, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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811. 1954-12-20-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... - NENT FORMULA brought WTIX from 11th to 1st in 10 months. First all-day (21. 3 %) , second ste- mtion, 17.9 % , (Nov. 1954 Hooper) . HOOPER RADIO INDEX -7 AM -6 PM, MONDAY -FRIDAY, OCr. -Nov. 1954 -CONTINENT BROADCASTING COMPANY KOWH, Omaha President: Toed Storz WTIX, New Orleans WHB, Kansas City WHB 1,000 watts on 710 kc. Represented by Represented by Represented by H -R, Reps, Inc. Adam J. Young, Jr. John Blair & Co. Kansas City, Missouri Page 6 December 20, 1954 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
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812. BC-1952-01-28-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... / - audience, in any individual time period, of any independent station in all America! 'Based on the latest available Hooper share of audience for unaffiliated stations including the Omaha and Council Bluffs market (Sept. -Oct. 1951) . , 12 noon through 6 P. M. Represented Nationally By VaQQeof eo. TODD STORZ General Manager PO =m . O M A H A meziea.¢ . Nzo.t iidteged-%a Tad - - - eat StatCact r r BROADCASTING Telecasting January 28, .1952 Page 7 ...
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813. BC-1952-03-31-OCR-Page-0107 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... N. Y. Ward, James M. WLAC Nashville, ing System, N. Y. Storer, George B. Jr. KEYL San An- Tenn. systems planning business. WILLIAM do, Tex. Ward, J. T. WLAC Nashville, Tenn. Mr.Henges J. G. STEVENS SADLER, transmitter supervisor, Storz, Todd, KOWH Omaha, Neb. Wardell, J. Gordon, KGBX Spring- field, Mo. Inc Hollywood appointed senior supervisor in sta- Stovin, Horace N. Horace N. Stovin (TV package producer) , moves to 1509 tion's technical department. HAROLD Co. Toronto, Ontario Ware, Les, ...
30 Apr 2014  -  65k
814. BC-1952-05-05-OCR-Page-0098 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . at NBA meeting in Omaha. urday TV tour of White House were of college will be present. Mr. McConnell will Others elected were Gene Ackerley, KCOW bought on two CBS Television stations serve as toastmaster. Alliance, vice president; Bob Thomas WJAG by Kefauver National Campaign Com- Norfolk, secretary; Todd Storz, NARTB rep- WILLIAM B. ROHN, salesman with WINS mittee. Stations were WTOP -TV Wash- New York since 1949 and earlier with Burn - resentative, and Jack Yeager, KGFW Kearney, ington and WBNS-TV Columbus, Ohio. and Hap Anderson, KOIL Omaha, board Account handled by Robert J. ...
30 Apr 2014  -  53k
815. BC-1952-05-12-OCR-Page-0090 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... from theatre stage. in Fireside Theatre series for Michigan Wine Co. and KMTV William Rapp, owner- writer-di- Procter & Gamble. This carries There are 970 cities whicl (TV) Omaha purchased it for have a single AM station in opera- rector of the radio package, will through plan of Frank Wisher, Storz Beer. The program started serve in the same capacity, with producer, to include motion picture tion today. May 1 on WFBM -TV Indianapolis Of the 1,360 radio communi Isidore Lindenbaum, firm president, names in upcoming films. for the Fehr Brewing Co. with a as executive producer, and Ferenz ties in ...
30 Apr 2014  -  62k
816. BC-1952-06-23-OCR-Page-0086 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... "A masterfully- designed one volume refer- book invaluable for buying Bulove's radio tion attributed to network affiliates daughters and a son. ence source for blueprinting network and television time." in several markets, it was reported. spot and television campaigns quickly and BENTON & BOWLES -Mary McKenna: One station owner, Todd Storz of intelligently; the greatest possible help when it is necessary to-get this out "It's a very useful tool and has a con- KOWH Omaha, said, "Our audi- fast. " venient assemblage of data." ences are larger than ever. We deliver them at a lower cost per thousand ...
30 Apr 2014  -  77k
817. BC-1952-08-18-OCR-Page-0065 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... ' Urged a plan by which stations volun- the station was given a fair hear- tarily signify that they will sell ing In the matter. (Continued from page 23) time only at their published rates. The plan is simple from an ad- Stations joining the group will still ministrative standpoint, Mr. Storz at headquarters, cannot adopt any rates available and to stick by the have the complete and full right to explained. At the station level it idea of the sort Mr. Storz proposes rates as published." revise their rates in whatever would only be necessary to make without careful study followed by In submitting the ...
30 Apr 2014  -  72k
818. BC-1952-08-18-OCR-Page-0023 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... "NARTB Guar- its affiliates to cease rate -cutting District 7 (Ohio, Ky.) , will preside won (effective Feb. 25, assuming anteed Rate Card Seal" was pro- for a year. at the inaugural meeting and will the plan is effectuated Aug. 25) posed last week by Todd Storz, Though rate -cutting doesn't have introduce Mr. Fellows at 10 a.m. a restoration of last year's 10% general manager of KOWH Omaha, a formal place on the agendas of That's where the rate- cutting rate cut, so far as Monday-through- to curb the "widespread practice the 17 NARTB district meetings ...
30 Apr 2014  -  81k
819. BC-1952-08-25-OCR-Page-0026 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... for enforcement. The television of retailers and radio. He added Island, Mich. Mr. Fellows later told BROAD- code adopted last March 1, on the that department store purchases Referring to the suggestion of CASTING TELECASTING he thought other hand, includes a seal of good for the first quarter of 1952 are Todd Storz, KOWH Omaha, that the standards committee would pro- practice and it is backed by a Code down about 9% from 1951. an NARTB rate card seal plan be , vide a proper place for a complete Review Board that discusses viola- Both groups should meet in local adopted by the association [BT ...
30 Apr 2014  -  69k
820. BC-1952-09-01-OCR-Page-0020 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Open Mike Storz proposes an "NARTB Guar- Program Director Bill Robb, de- anteed Rate Card Seal." cided that showing the newscaster (Continued from page 14) WWJ will happily go along with helped to bridge the gap between, the idea. Especially so since the motionless still shots and newsreel figures, but 406,000 plus 856,000 Price No Object last time I was in Washington I clips. for the City of St. Louis, for a had suggested a "Registered Rate Marvin Alisky total of 1,262,000. EDITOR: Card" to the editor of your excel- Ph D. Candidate lent magazine. U. of ...
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821. BC-1952-09-08-OCR-Page-0024 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... rate structure is now too. With the hoped -for stabilization of network "official." It meets the competition of CBS' The realignments are not without their com- rates there are two logical sequels. One is rate -and- discount realignment of last month. pensations. The unofficial and unannounced the project of Ted Storz, of KOWH Omaha, to What is important is that it does not go ap- buyers' strike against the networks wasn't di- guarantee station rate cards. This has been preciably beyond. rected wholly against station- network rates. picked up avidly at the current NARTB dis- Other networks will conform as ...
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822. BC-1952-09-15-OCR-Page-0024 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . Commission manager Robert C. NARTB district meetings, now Evans and Mr. Francisco said the Owen & Chappell nearing the half -way point, have citrus group has an option to con- tinue the TV puppet show in 13- JOINS K &E To Dissolve discussed the rate- cutting problem at length. Todd Storz, KOWH week periods, with production OWEN & CHAPPELL Inc. New York, will dissolve and its officers and Omaha, aroused industrywide in- costs to rise to $1,500 a week live four major accounts will join forces with Kenyon & Eckhardt, New York, terest in a proposal that a seal or $5,000 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  74k
823. BC-1952-11-10-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... O 2S- W H OTHER 20_ Sta. "A " STATION RATINGS Sta. "B " 1S_ Sta. ' C" IO- Sta. "D " Sto. "E " n. O M A H A "America's Most Listened -to Independent-Statiöñ' * ` _ General Manager, Todd Storz; Represented Nationally By The BOLLING CO. BROADCASTING Telecasting November 10, 1952 Page 7 ...
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824. BC-1952-11-03-OCR-Page-0104 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... mation on request. Harold Andrews, TV-Anywhere. Bright gal with best so wire me if you want sets held for West Paris, Maine. radio experience, some in theater and you while we acquaint you with further name, address and one page sum- TV. College graduate. Currently script - details. Todd Storz, KOWH, Omaha, First phone license seeking permanent Nebraska. mary to Box 935R, BROADCASTING position. No Paul TV program aideSeek ox 767R, ROADS TELECASTING. Street, Apt. 88, Brook- CASTING TELECASTING. Will sell at small discount a new RCA lyn, New York. TG -1A sync generator ...
30 Apr 2014  -  80k
825. BC-1952-11-17-OCR-Page-0026 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Assn. Independent Metropolitan "Hello . . . CBS?. . Arthur Godfrey's on fire!" tions; Wesley Nutten Jr. attorney, of at the Conrad Hilton Drawn for BROADCASTING TELECASTING by Sid Nix secretary, and Orren Mattison, sta- Stations Hotel. The group, headed by Todd tion auditor, treasurer. Storz, KOWH Omaha, who was Six Advertisers Begin Other. Stockholders elected the first secretary of AIMS Names of other stockholders and Thursday morning, phases discussed be- r RADIO SPOTS Short- Term Saturations hind closed the exact breakdówn of stockhold- independent doors all of their AS PART of a sweeping trend toward short -term ...
30 Apr 2014  -  82k
826. BC-1952-12-08-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... , KOWH always pans out! 36.0 % 25 OTHER 20 Sto. "A " STATION RATINGS Sta. "B " 15. Sta. "C " 10 Sta. "D " 5 Sta. "E " 008 O M A H A "America's Most Listened -to Independent Station" General Manager, Todd Storz; Represented Nationally By The BOLLING CO. - )ADCASTING Telecasting December 8, 1952 Page 7 ...
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827. BC-1952-12-08-OCR-Page-0029 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... tendency in several areas "to the joint NARTB boards in Feb- Adoption of a "Guaranteed Rate not go along with the Rayburn deny radio and television equal ruary. Card Seal" was proposed in August policy. Rep. Martin contended in standing with other public media The idea of attacking "chiseling" by Todd Storz, KOWH Omaha, to the CBS -TV Man of the Week show and other borderline business curtail rate -cutting practices [BST, Nov. 16 [BST, Nov. 24] that the is, we believe, contrary to the in- decision as to radio and TV pick- terest of the American people ...
30 Apr 2014  -  46k
828. 1951-03-12-BC-OCR-Page-0051 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... nationally known commenta- through Rogers & Porter, in Buffalo, Syracuse, Albany, Troy, Schenectady, Jamestown and Geneva; all New York. tors are to join the Liberty staff in the near future. WOL at pres- SOf7%/7 Ft. Pitt Brewing Co. Pittsburgh, through BBDO, Pittsburgh. Storz Brewing, Omaha, in Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Mason City and ents feeds seven 15-minute and a number of five -minute programs to Liberty. A relatively new network, oper- Does/fl Sioux City, Iowa, and Sioux Falls, ated on a co-op basis, Liberty is S. D. ...
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829. 1951-03-19-BC-OCR-Page-0049 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... ! such as Maxon, Inc. for Pfeiffer's Brewing Co.; Campbell -Mithun leaders in their field such as Heineman's Dept. Store, Jonesboro; Jordan and for Hamm's Beer; Harold Kirsch Agency for Bardohl Oil Co.; Bozell Booth's Men's Store, Shreveport; White Way Cleaners, Minneapolis; Standard and Jacobs for Storz Brewing Co. -who know that this great show Mattress Co. Hartford -who get o big name, network calibre show at a fraction delivers you mat merchandising opportunities. of its original cost. itiota - AR, ohloutq I 11166 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  125k
830. 1951-10-22-BC-OCR-Page-0007 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... market. KOWH is "tops" among the "top" independent stations in America! J - Sell the Omaha market the wise way .. with low -cost, high -return KOWH with the finest! always first Now Represented Nationally By 74 Ea . "Just Call Bolling ..He'll Call Us!" Gaylord Avery Todd Storz Program Manager Station Manager SO O M A H A "Ancezica'd. Mast 2idleKed-la 9ndeF.ercderrl slaliaa" . - BROADCASTING Telecasting October 22, 1951 Page 7 ...
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831. 1951-11-05-BC-OCR-Page-0012 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... tal feature of the week i PULLING power of radio was demonstrated fortnight ago by KOWH Omaha with a treasure hunt that drew 10,000 prize -seek- ers -and, not incidentally, an un- expected arrest for General Man- ager Todd Storz. The station asked participants to write in for stickers in advance of the contest and to fasten them to the back of their cars. KOWH and maybe we could con- offered prizes of $50, $100 and $250 for lucky finders. tinue the parallel with The contest got underway Oct. "from this day forward." 21 at 2 p.m. and continued for three ...
30 Apr 2014  -  96k
832. 1950-12-25-BC-OCR-Page-0057 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... service town I expect radio business and business in gen- boom will aid the bituminous area, business to enjoy an increase up eral." with radio billings reflecting such to 15 % ." Time Buyers, NOTE! H. B. Hook, manager of KGLO a boom. "Personally, we prefer Todd Storz, vice president and Mason City, Iowa, said banks, brick and tile, and feed companies are planning increased use of radio, less business," he commented. Jerry Geehan, manager of KMO Tacoma, Wash. expects a banner general manager of KOWH Omaha, thinks both radio and general busi- ness ...
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833. 1949-05-02-BC-OCR-Page-0079 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... New Business KOWH -KOAD SALE OZZIE, HARRIET (Continued from page 15) Rift With Silver Co. Storz Seeks Omaha Stations ALBERS MILLING Co. Seattle (Friskies canned dog food) , April 20 started FIVE year romance between In- SALE OF KOWH, Omaha inde- three weekly sponsorship of Elmer Peterson Newscasts on 12 NBC Western pendent, and its FM affiliate, ternational Silver Co. Meriden, stations. Contract is for 62 weeks. Conn. and Ozzie and Harriet Nel- KOAD, by the World Pub. Co. (Omaha World Herald) to Mid - son, is heading for the rocks, as- GRUNTAL & Co. New ...
30 Apr 2014  -  73k
834. 1949-05-16-BC-OCR-Page-0081 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... H. L. Corley tr/as Corley estimated cost $4,100. Principals: A. partners receive 10% interest as com- ment of license from World Pub. Co. Radio and Sound Service to Earnest H. Kovlan, 50% owner Kovlan Bros. pensation for monies spent for legal to Robert H. Storz and Todd Storz M. Cooper and Rembert O. Coyle for coin operated music machines, gen- and engineering service in securing d/b as Mid- Continent Broadcasting Co. $15.000. Mr. Coyle and Mr. Rembert eral manager, 50%; J. D. Sinyard, ex- permit ...
30 Apr 2014  -  61k
835. 1949-07-11-BC-OCR-Page-0084 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... voting trustees in Radio KOWH, KOAD-FM Omaha, Neb. obtaining a final decision on studio promotion cam- Television of Baltimore Inc. The voting Granted assignment of license from location, which information it had paign, but lacked funds to finance trust is designed to maintain the pres- World Pub. Co. to Robert H. Storz, hoped to include in this request for it. Mr. Doerr had the answer, and ent balance of control as nearly as Mrs. Robert Storz and Todd Storz, d/b extension. Denied July 7. possible as Mid -Continent Broadcasting Co. for PLACED IN FILE Pathfinder says, in part: . ...
30 Apr 2014  -  87k
836. 1947-11-17-BC-OCR-Page-0082 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... upon radio and records for have proof of the fact, I want to FM broadcasters should take ac- a living pulled out of AFM to join tion NOW. the ranks of the combined interests reiterate what I said over the tele- affiliated with the users of music, phone, namely, that the editorial Todd Storz it is quite possible the bright star "Jimmy's Chips Are Down" in Sales Department of the silver cornet might be re- the October 27th issue of BROAD- KFAB Omaha CASTING is superb -good sense as duced to a flicker. well as good English, and that the True, Mr. Petrillo would black ...
30 Apr 2014  -  87k
837. 1945-08-27-BC-OCR-Page-0015 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Associates (W . planes 400 to 600 miles apart. A of ruling had been to put license A. H. Blank, theatre operator, J. Coed, W. D. Hosford, Robert H. single transmitter on the ground up to the FCC. and D. Ralph Branden, both of Des Storz, Paul Gallagher) , of Omaha, would transmit the signals to the The seven bids follow: Moines, forni corporation to lease lease 15 years $1,890,000 payable stratospheric stations which would George W. Kline, Lincoln, would for 15 years at annual rental of $126,000 a year, Society retaining then pass ...
30 Apr 2014  -  85k
838. 1945-12-10-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... House 40 French Continued Work on Video 42 Farm Survey Basis of Freedom Debate 44 Canadians Planning for FM Allocations 78 Majority Opinion on Ashbacker Case 81 Television Ready to Move, Says Walker 84 DEPARTMENTS Agencies 60 News 62 Allied Arts 62 Our Respects To_ 54 Commercial 58 Production 68 Editorial 54 Programs 75 FFC Actions 94 Promotion 74 STORZ BREWING CO. Feature of Week_ 10 Sellers of Sales 10 In Public Service 82 Service Front 82 Sponsoring play - by - play Ice Management __ 50 Net Accounts _ _ 75 Sponsors Technical 64 70 Hockey for the. 1945 -1946 Sea- Sid Hix 16 son . . . . At Washington Headquarters SOL TAISHOFF BUCHANAN ...
30 Apr 2014  -  130k
839. 1943-02-15-BC-OCR-Page-0038 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . Davis Sales Co. Hoboken, N. J. thru Intercity Adv. N. Y. weekly, 11 weeks, thru Harvey- Massen- Thomas Adv. Co. Omaha. (Cut Rite waxed paper) , 5 se weekly. Barney's Clothing Store, New York (men's gale, Durham, N. C. Storz Brewing Co. Omaha, 3 ap weekly. 52 weeks, thru Chas. Dallas Reach Co. clothes) , 1716 ea, thru Emil Mogul Co. 13 weeks, thru Buchanan -Thomas Adv. Newark. Beecham's Pills, Bloomfield, N. J. 5 sa N. Y. weekly, 14 weeks, thru Atherton & ...
30 Apr 2014  -  118k
840. 1942-11-02-BC-OCR-Page-0036 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... weeks, thru Buchanan - 6 sa weekly, thru BBDO. N. Y. 8p-studio programs (farm machinery) , 5 ep weekly, thru Thomas Adv. Co. Omaha. Bert S. Gittins Adv. Milwaukee. Cooper Safety Razor Corp. Brooklyn, N. ne -new8 programa Solvay Sales Corp. New York, 5 ap Storz Brewing Co. Omaha, daily sa, 7 Y. 5 sa weekly, thru Heffelfinger Agen- weeks, thru Buchanan -Thomas Adv. Co. cy, N. Y. t-transcriptions weekly thru Atherton & Currier, N. Y. Portland Cement Assn. Chicago, 5 sp Omaha. Procter & Gamble Co. Cincinnati (Duz Lever ...
30 Apr 2014  -  99k
841. 1941-02-10-BC-OCR-Page-0042 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... programs sponsoring a weekly quarter-hour re- For started a radio campaign. using e daily spot announcement on KDON. in Sporta Edition on WIND. Agency is Weiss & Geller Inc. Chicago. corded program on WAAF, Chicago. Agency is Morris & Davidson, Chicago. Monterey. Cal. and a daily one- minute STORZ BREWING Co. Omaha. REID, MURDOCK and Co. Chicago transcription on KSRO. Santa Rosa. Neb. is currently running a spot (Monarch Foods) , on Feb. 2 renewed Cal. Agency is Rufus Rhoades & Co. announcement campaign on a num- for 52 weeks its schedule of 38 weekly her of stations in ...
30 Apr 2014  -  141k
842. 1941-02-10-BC-OCR-Page-0040 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... thru Sherman K. Ellis Mangan) , 12 sa weekly, thru Morse Inter- II. An aggressive counter-of- Standard Oil Co. of Indiana, Chicago, 6 ta & Co. N. Y. national. N. Y. fensive against the opponents of ad- weekly, thru McCann -Erickson, Chicago. Storz Brewing Co. Omaha, 33 ea, thru vertising through: (1 ) School sur- Buchanan-Thomas Adv. Co. Omaha. veys to expose subversive teachings Vick Chemical Co. Greensboro (proprie- and those textbooks which present tary) , 28 sa weekly, thru Morse Inter- national, N. Y. NOW THEY ...
30 Apr 2014  -  85k
843. 1937-07-01-BC-OCR-Page-0062 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Ad- , Varady of Vienna, Chicago (cosmet- vertising Co. New York. ics) , 18 weekly sa, thru Baggaley, Raytex Clothes, Providence, 122 sa, Horton & Hoyt Inc. Chicago. placed direct. WGRC, New Albany, Ind. KFEL, Denver Kiley Brewing Co. Louisville (Pat- Storz Brewing Co. Omaha. sa, thru rick Henry beer) , 6 weekly sp, di- New York Post Buchanan-Thomas Adv. A g e n c y, rect. "Hold it a minute, boys, while we hear a word from our sponsor!" Omaha. Page 62 July 1, 1937 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  158k
844. 1937-08-15-BC-OCR-Page-0046 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... - WILLIAM WRIGLEY Jr. Co. Skol Co. New York (sun tan oil) , thru Potts-Turnbull Co. Inc. Kan- Sample-Hum erty Inc. Chicago. Chicago (gum) has started one - 3 weekly sp, thru Peck Adv. Agen- sas City. minute announcements on the six cy Inc. N. Y. Storz Brewing Co. Omaha, 4 weekly W DA , Fargo, N. D. Pacific Coast group stations broad- Standard Brands Inc. New York sa, thru Buchanan-Thomas Adv. Stott Briquet Co. St. Paul, 2 daily c a s t i n g its Scattergood Baines (Royal desserts) , 5 weekly sp ...
30 Apr 2014  -  121k
845. 1935-08-15-BC-OCR-Page-0038 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . thru Carr Lig- Sterling Products Co. New Yor Crowell Pub. Co. New York (Wo- Ball Bros. Co. Muncie, Ind. (fruit gett Inc. Cleveland. (Phillips face cream) , 117 sp, thr man's Home Companion) , 13 sp. jars) , 3 weekly sp, thru Applegate Storz Brewing Co. Omaha, 100 sa, Blackett - Sample - Hummert In Lever Bros. Co. Cambridge, Mass. Adv. Agency, Muncie. thru Buchanan - Thomas Adv. Co. Chicago. (Lifebuoy soap) , 2 weekly t, thru California Fruit Growers Exchange, Omaha. Ruthrauff & Ryan Inc. N. ...
30 Apr 2014  -  90k
846. 1934-07-15-BC-OCR-Page-6 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... news Paramount's Recordings IN THE FIRST place, it may be AMOS 'N' ANDY'S new early on while meals are preparéd in the surance policies to determine into differential of about two to one in said that all of Studebaker's b r o a d c a s t time, 6:45 p. m. kitchen. Storz Electric Coj, Omaha reports were able to scoop those THROUGH an arrangement with CDST. on an NBC-WJZ network what income groups the policy favor of radio. subscribing to Press-Radio service. Paramount Pictures Distributing broadcasting has been the result dealer in General Electric products, holders fell, and in what propor- of close cooperation between ...
30 Apr 2014  -  211k
847. 1933-04-01-BC-OCR-Page-0006 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . K. Goetz, Brewing Co. St. Louis; ucts Co. Bucyrus; Eilert Beverage In that regard, it is stated in ILLINOIS: Atlas Brewing Co. Chi- Schorr -Kolkschneider Co. St. Louis. Co. Cleveland ; Hollenkamp Products administration circles that the cago; Bluff City Brewery, Alton; Bos- NEBRASKA: Storz Beverage & Ice Co. Dayton; Koch Beverage & Ice Co. Commission's field force, formerly worth Products Co. Chicago; Frank Co. Omaha. Wapakoneta; Miami Valley Brewing McDermott, Chicago; Monarch Bever- NEVADA: Carson Brewing Co. Co. Dayton; Pilsener Ice, Fuel & the Radio Division of the Com- age Co. ...
30 Apr 2014  -  119k
848. BC-2002-11-11-OCR-Page-0071 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... ROB : NS DINAH SHORE LOWELL PAXSON BRIAN ROBERT FRANK SMITH EDWARD PETRY COKIE ROBERT BILL SMULLIN REGIS PHILBIN RALPH ROBERT AARON SPELLING IRNA PHILLIPS GENE RODDEN : ERRY LESLEY STAHL ROBERT W. PITTMAN ROBERT ROSEN RANS SUSAN STAMBERG FRANCES PRESTON ELTON RULE FRANK STANTON LOWELL PUTNAM RICHARD S. SA ANT GEORGE STORER WARD QUAAL LUCIE SALHANY TODD STORZ JAMES H. QUELLO DAVID SARNOFF HOWARD STRINGER DAN RATHER DIANE SAWYER ED SULLIVAN GILDA RADNER BOB SCHIEFFE' DAVID SUSSKIND GENE RAYBURN HERBERT S. SC LOSSER SOL TAISHOFF RONALD REAGAN ROD SERLING BRANDON TARTIKOFF 49 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  23k
849. BC-2000-11-13-OCR-Page-0074 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... /< rll Honor Roll of the Fifth Estate Robert Kintner Charles Osgood Frank Smith John Kluge William S. Paley Bill Smullin Kay Koplovitz Dennis Patrick Aaron Spelling Ernie Kovacs Jane Pauley Lesley Stahl Charles Kuralt Edward Petry Susan Starnberg Brian Lamb Regis Philbin Frank Stanton Michael Landon Irna Phillips George Storer Geraldine Laybourne Robert W. Pittman Todd Storz Norman Lear Frances W. Preston Howard Stringer Terry Lee Ward Quaal Ed Sullivan Bill Leonard James Quello David Susskind Sheldon Leonard Gilda Radner Sol Taishoff Gerald Levin Dan Rather Brandon Tartikoff Fulton Lewis Jr. Gene Rayburn Danny Thomas Shari Lewis Ronald Reagan Lowell Thomas Phillips H. Lord Sumner Redstone Marlo Thomas Peter Lund J. Leonard ...
30 Apr 2014  -  32k
850. BC-1953-03-30-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... neAto TODD STORZ MEMO FROM tell tory if We could ,d be iponsor says "Vol" It of 11 key the sponsor was one it but radio KOWÉ ne Incorporated radi1 up for You see, stations selected a test es cam of .aig CEN- by n If aga kept :ld on each their sal were Careful rec records stay ere of pil ñed per efficiency the effici and the and the area, results he results market that as dollar. Mention rated advertising up first place served to n filling to occupy) . 'o t nothing " station 1:g : there's pia the (the on only in- ts- ...
30 Apr 2014  -  104k
851. BC-1953-04-20-OCR-Page-0050 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... . change of ideas between the entire membership and AP management." NEW GROUP FORMED TO COMBAT 'DEALS' The Presidential campaign dominated AP radio news "and was marked by severalinnova- AND ASSURE USE OF STANDARD RATES tions," Mr. Starzel noted. He cited the quarter - hour Political Microscope telescript, transmitted Todd Storz and other members of KOWH intend to give impetus to weekly until after the election and supplemented an organization whose seal will tell the time chiselers, along with with a five -minute nightly political roundup, the legitimate buyers, that radio station members intend to abide plus use of the regular features, In the Back- ...
30 Apr 2014  -  73k
852. BC-1953-04-27-OCR-Page-0122 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... J. Sinnett, Robert J. WHBF Rock Island, Ill. ham, Mich. Tisdale, James M._WVCH Chester, Pa. Slavick, H. W. WMC Memphis, Tenn. Storer, George B. Jr. KEYL San Antonio. Toedtemeier, Harold, KIDO Boise, Idaho. Slusser, J. A. KOA Denver. Storz, Todd, KOWH Omaha. Tolboe, Clifton A. KOVO Provo, Utah. Smiley, David E. WDAE, Tampa, Fla. Storz, Todd (Mrs.) , KOWH Omaha. Tompkins, M. E. Broadcast Music Inc. N. Y. Smith, Earl H. WLCS Baton Rouge, La. Stowman ...
30 Apr 2014  -  49k
853. BC-1953-05-11-OCR-Page-0032 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... gen. sls. mgr. Rosen- Novak; Mr. Novak; In evaluating television's impact on the Latin James Lipsey, Universal Adv. Agency. Stand- American market, Mr. Martinez pointed out ing: Bud Armstrong, KOMH acct. exec.; Todd that television is in the growing stage, adding: Storz, station mgr. "To get an idea of the progress made by television in the last two years, let us look at recent reports: Today there are 20 television WGN Chicago and Martin J. Kelly Inc. stations in full operation, 41 under construc- Chrysler -Plymouth dealer, complete negotia- tion, ...
30 Apr 2014  -  123k
854. BC-1953-05-11-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... (March, 1953.) 35.7% 25 OTHER 20. Ste. "A " Sta. " B" STATION RATINGS 15. 10. Sta. "D " 5. Sto. "E " 1-1 n O M A H A "America's Most Listened -to Independent Station" G 1 Manager, Todd Storz; Rep d Nationally By The ROLLING CO. P.icc S .illy 11. 1953 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
30 Apr 2014  -  117k
855. BC-1953-07-20-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... to 6 P.M. Monday thru Sat- urday: (Hooper, Oct. 1951, thru May, 1953.) Largest share of audience, of any independent station in America! (May, 1953.) I J O M A H A "America's Most Listened-to Independent Station" , ,n General Manager, Todd Storz; Represented Nationally By The BOLLING CO. Page 8 July 20, 1953 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
30 Apr 2014  -  122k
856. BC-1953-07-27-OCR-Page-0001 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... America's most listened -to independent station" for your 25 35.4% OTHER next campaign! 20. "A ' 'g" STATION RATINGS 15. 10. 'D" "E " 5. n O M A H A THE NEWSWEEKLY "America's Most Listened -to Independent Station" F RADIO AND TV General Manager, Todd Storz; Rep fed Nationally By The BOLLING CO. ...
30 Apr 2014  -  150k
857. BC-1953-08-31-OCR-Page-0103 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... (KOWH Omaha. Neb.) for four petitions are mutually exclusive. Comments son, Wis.) to change transmitter and studio loca- $25,000. Principals are President- Treasurer Robert on the above proposal may be filed on or before tion to on Wisconsin State Hwy. 106, 1 mile east H. Storz (60%) , banking, insurance and manu- Sept. 23. Action Aug. 19; announced Aug. 20. of city limits of Ft. Atkinson. Filed Aug. 28. facturer of malt beverages, and Vice President - TV Allocation-Montgomery, Ala. FCC proposed Secretary Todd Storz (40 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  82k
858. BC-1953-09-14-OCR-Page-0056 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... for vhf Ch. 4 at WTIX New Orleans-Granted assignment of and Carl J. Weitzel representing Field Enter- Honolulu. license from Royal Bcstg. Corp. for $25,000 to prises Inc. Plough will be represented by Abe Mr. Quarton, vice president and general Mid -Continent Bcstg. Co. headed by Robert H. Storz. Plough, president of Plough Inc.; Harold R. manager of WMT- AM -TV, acquires 5% hold- WCLI -AM-FM Corning. N. Y. Granted assign- Krelstein, president of WMPS Inc.; Harry B. ing in KULA while Mr. Franklin, general ment of license from Elmira ...
30 Apr 2014  -  64k
859. BC-1953-09-21-OCR-Page-0117 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Portland 11, Oregon BOX 11 HOLLYWOOD granted voluntary assignment o license to Mid - Sept. 9. Continent Bcstg. Co. (KOWH Omaha, Neb.) for KNEM Nevada, Mo. -Cecil W. Roberts granted $25,000. Principals are President -Treasurer Robert voluntary assignment of license to John Blake, H. Storz (60%) , banking, insurance and manu- E. William George and Galen O. Gilbert d/b as facturer of malt beverages, and Vice President- Radio KNEM for $30,000. Principals in partner- Secretary Todd Storz (40 %) , manufacturer of ship are John Blake (52 ...
30 Apr 2014  -  50k
860. BC-1953-10-05-OCR-Page-0050 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Ormerod, mutual fund; Evelyn Lee Jones, tin Campbell, WFAA -TV Dallas, and Ray W. and in favor of NARTB's dual radio -tv opera- publicity; Joan Heller, reception; Elsie Wilson, Welpott, WRGB -TV Schenectady. Thad Brown, tion. Salvation Army Christmas party; Helen Tarbox, Todd Storz, KOWH Omaha, wrote: " can only say that I think you have wasted a .. I shop talks; Bernadine Lawlor, social activities, and Lillian Pierson, special projects. NARTB tv vice president, and Howard Bell, his assistant, will attend the meeting. The first business meeting of the ...
30 Apr 2014  -  61k
861. BC-1953-10-12-OCR-Page-0008 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... : Largest total audience of any Omaha station, 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday thru Saturday! (Hooper, Oct. 1951, thru August, 1953) Largest share of audience, of any independent station in America! (August, 1953.) "America's Most Listened -to Independe G I Manager, Todd Storz; Represented Nationally By The BOLLING CO. Page 8 October 12, 1953 BROADCASTING TELECASTING ...
30 Apr 2014  -  114k
862. BC-1953-10-26-OCR-Page-0068 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... Forty," referring to the 40 Red Feather agencies in Omaha. Stations participating were KBON KFAB KMTV (TV) KOIL KOWH and WOW - AM-TV. Other members of the simulcast committee were Dick Welna, KBON; Garry Schroeder, KOIL; Frank Fogarty, WOW- AM -TV; Glen Harris, KMTV; Todd Storz, KOWH, and Harry Burke, KFAB. The simulcast was sponsored by the Omaha Advertising Club, which acts as the Chest's publicity committee. Henrietta Keiser of Bozell & Jacobs, Omaha, was chairman of the radio and tv committee. The program was written by Amos Eastridge of KMTV and Jim Harker of KBON ...
30 Apr 2014  -  39k
863. BC-1953-11-02-OCR-Page-0042 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... share of audience has increased. Cancer Society to Hear Three new members were accepted by AIMS K &E's Lewis, WHAS' Sholis Two Million -KOL Seattle, WTIX New Orleans and CKXL Calgary, Alta. WILLIAM B. LEWIS, president, Kenyon & Eckhardt, and Victor A. Sholis, vice president, Todd Storz, KOWH Omaha, presided at the WHAS Louisville, are scheduled as featured meeting as retiring chairman. New officers speakers at the publicity forum of the annual elected were Sherman Marshall, WOLF Syra- people cuse, chairman, and Robert D. Enoch, WXLW Indianapolis, vice chairman. meeting of the American Cancer ...
30 Apr 2014  -  85k
864. BC-1953-11-02-OCR-Page-0093 [Broadcasting Magazine]
Broadcasting Magazine
... , show moderator; Angelo Campodonico Jr. Regal pres. and Donn Tatum, ABC western div. tv dir. REPRESENTATIVES of Omaha stations which participated in a simulcast for the Commu- nity Chest [BT, Oct. 26] were (I to r): seated, Glen Harris, KMTV (TV); Todd Storz, KOWH; Harry Burke, KFAB; standing, Dick Welna, KBON; Garry Schroeder, KOIL; Frank Fogarty, WOW-AM -TV and Harold Soderlund, KFAB. BROXDCASTING TELECASTING ...
30 Apr 2014  -  121k
865. RA-1937-Aug-OCR-Page-0036 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... Stoop - CLAIRE TREVOR, SALLY nagle and Budd and H. T. Webster.. Umpire will be Katharine Cornell BLANE, DOUGLAS FOWLEY and KVOR, Colorado Springs JUDGE BEN LINDSEY, in scenes , This is the second of a series of diamond encounters by celeb aggrega- from "One Mile From Heaven," Aug. Storz Beer, spot announcements, through Buchanan- Thomas, Omaha; fions.. P.S. A soft ball will be used. 13 (CBS, 9 p.m.) . Derby Oil Co. Wichita, Kas. daily PHIL NAPOLEON, ork leader, on sports review, through Potts -Turn- Jane Pickens will be guest of honor ...
02 May 2014  -  61k
866. RA-1937-May-OCR-Page-0080 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... 250 watts, operate synchronously with WOL. review, 10 mins. daily exc. Sun. 1 EXAMINER'S year; The Brown Derby, 12 spots, RECOMMENDATION the oldest broadcasting station in the Northwest was founded May 22, 1922. , WHOM, Jersey City, N. J. CP for change Max Goldberg agency; Storz Brewing WDAYWDAY, C. Reineke was its founder and is today the president of WDAY, Inc. He in power to 250 watts, Kw. day, 1450 kc. Co. Omaha, 26 spots, Buchanan - has 1 been active manager of the station from its beginning. unlimited, be denied. Thomas agency ...
02 May 2014  -  97k
867. Radio-Daily-1945-Aug-Page-0160 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... Info. Please" e l u d i n g W. J. Coad, W. D. Hosfor forecast. been t h o r o u g h l y discussed b y the F r e d Allen will b e t h e first guest R o b e r t H. Storz a n d P a u l Gallagher-jc^ E m p l o y e r s should h a v e n o t r o u b l e e q u i p m e n t i n d u s t r y , a n d t h a t the con ...
02 May 2014  -  149k
868. 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
869. 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
870. Radio-Daily-1950-January-0123 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... director and Duncan Elliot, announcer, oí WGCH-FM srve the seriously unsatisfied "the good cause." rr.eds. . . . of significant foreign aid for "Fire Prevention Week," in Greenwich. Conn.: Gaylord J. Avery, pro- Polio Emergency (not to be con- gram manager and Todd Storz. general laguage minority groups." Requests M a n y A n d Varied manager of KOWH. Omaha: E. P. Shad- rhe importance of foreign lan- NBC, CBS, ABC and Mutual, as fused with the March of Dimes) , burne, program director of WSIP, Paints ...
02 May 2014  -  192k
871. RD-1962-August-OCR-Page-0148 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... agencies. AB-PT MARVIN KIRSCH : Assoc. P u b l - G e n M g r . 32 303,4 31 — % holm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Helsinki, Berlin, • A. T. & T 1 1 2 % 111V4 1 1 1 % Amsterdam a n d London. JACK SANDLER, VP Storz Stations, left ARTHUR PERLES Editor AVCO 23 223/4 23%+ 1/8 • via Pan Am for tour of Africa. CBS 37% 37% 37% ARTHUR SIMON : : : 'Advertising Mgr. C O N N I E MITCHELL, W B B M vocalist, leav- • Columbia ...
02 May 2014  -  197k
872. 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
873. RD-1962-January-OCR-Page-0076 [Radio Daily]
Radio Daily
... w Y o r k concert, to- Ch. 12 color programs in the U. S. con- tinue to rise. d a y f o l l o w i n g a t o u r of Japan get SHOPPER-TOPP KMTV Pubserv Prize MERCHANDISING N A B Revamping Board Radio Reveals Presented to Storz (Continued from Page 11 Select any p r o g r a m or spots f r o m avails on a 1 3 - w e e k b u d g e t , a n d SH T P WRDtf- Omaha — A r t h u r C. Storz, Sr. ...
02 May 2014  -  189k
874. 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
875. Sponsor-1957-03-5a-OCR-Page-0009 [Sponsor Magazine]
Sponsor
... Manager J A C K KAXDLEK. MIAMI T H n 0/ rr, Jttn.•} '* *> . , IT'S 7 n .flp.*" - , ) fOri.l'r 7 l\ > 11 1 1 £ * ^ ^ ^ • " i F ^ H • M T P 1 TODD STORZ, President WDGY WHB WQAM KOWH WTIX Omaha Now Orleans M](ineapol5s-St. Paul Kansas City Miami Represen fed by Add m Young Inc. Represented by John Qlair £ Co. ...
03 May 2014  -  114k
876. Sponsor-1957-07-4a-OCR-Page-0001 [Sponsor Magazine]
Sponsor
... . 133 section 6 RAOIO: status report includes spot and network radio. 139 section 7 RADIO BASICS: growth, audience trends in chart form. 179 section 8 INDUSTRY BASICS: refresher course on radio-tv ABC's. 225 section 9 TIMEBUYERS OF U.S.: buyers listed with their accounts. 245 >h Where there's a Storz / > station.. there's t audience Jn e a c h o f t h e s e m a j o r m a r k e r s more radios ar t u n e d t o t h e S t o r z S t a t i o n t h a ...
03 May 2014  -  110k
877. Sponsor-1957-07-4a-OCR-Page-0018 [Sponsor Magazine]
Sponsor
... kc. Kansas City, Missouri W D 6 Y Minneapolis St Paul | W H B Kansas City W Q A M Miami REPRESENTED BY J O H N BLAIR ACO. T O D A Y ' S RADIO F O R ' T O D A Y ' S S E L L I N G TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT W T I X New Orleans REPRESENTED © VA D A M YOUNG INC, TV A . \ n KADI O BASICS ...
03 May 2014  -  106k
878. Sponsor-1957-07-4a-OCR-Page-0056 [Sponsor Magazine]
Sponsor
... o . New York C e n t r a l Railroad Greyhound £ o r p , S t e r l i n g D r u g , Inc, Braun Baking C o . Norwich Pharmacal C o . G r i e s e d i e c k B'O. Brew C D , Storz B r e w i n g C o . firístol-Myers Co, G u n f h c r Brewing C o . Strietmann Biscuit C o , Brown Shoe C o . Oertel Brewing Co. Studebaker-Packard C o r p . Brown 4 W i l l i a m s o n T o b ...
03 May 2014  -  136k
879. Sponsor-1957-07-4a-OCR-Page-0142 [Sponsor Magazine]
Sponsor
... Manairer Jack Thaver. WDGY r>0,000 watts Minneapolis-St. Paul W D G Y Minneapolis St Paul W H B Kansas City W Q A M Miami REPRESENTED BY J O H N BLAIR 4 C O . T O D A Y ' S RADIO F O R T O D A Y ' S SELLING TODD STORZ, PRESIDENT W T I X New Orleans REPRESENTED BY ADAM YOUNG INC. ...
03 May 2014  -  104k
880. Sponsor-1957-11-01-OCR-Page-0015 [Sponsor Magazine]
Sponsor
... N BLAIR <4 , CO W H B Kansas City REPRESENTED SY JOHN BLAIR A CO, W T I X New Orleans REPRESENTED 8 V ADAM YOUNG INC. T O D A Y ' S RADÍO FOR T O D A Y ' S S E L L I N G W Q A M Miami TODD STORZ, P R E S I D E N T • HOME OFFICE: OMAHA, NEBRASKA REPRESENTED BY J O H N BLAIR A CO. SPO.NíOR 2 .MUKMRKU HXST ...
03 May 2014  -  98k
881. Television-1954-Oct-Page-0050 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... Advertisement T. I story board A column sponsored by one of the leading film producers in television SARRA N E W YORK: 200 EAST 56TH STREET C H I C A G O : 16 EAST O N T A R I O STREET An entertaining jingle tells the viewers to "Have A Storz" in these highly imaginative commer- cials by SARRA. Animation and stop-motion techniques are used to emphasize calorie control and the satisfying bitter-free taste of Storz Beer. The reminder to buy Storz in bottles, cans or a convenient 6-Pack ends the sell. Produced by SARRA for Storz Brewing Company through Bozell & Jacobs, Inc. SARRA ...
03 May 2014  -  168k
882. Television-1957-Apr-OCR-Page-0004 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... , Deodorants anil Gasoline p l e t t . and successful, transforma- tion of a long-established public H o w A Stxtiov Justifies Hh.hek Kates 70 i m a g e — t h e story of Blue Dutch The actual thinking behind a revised rate structure Cleanser. . . . An analysis of the controversial Storz "bombshell'r K adio S t u d y : National SI'o'I 81 and i t s impact on radio today. / ' has becomt flic focal point of radio's resurgence II DEPARTMENTS Frederick A . K u g e l , E d i i o r and Publisher H e r m a n W l ...
03 May 2014  -  140k
883. Television-1957-Apr-OCR-Page-0108 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... able f o r live program origination. Fortunately, many Crosle.v's Bob Dunville, Time Inc. s Ben Larsen, broadcasters have risen to the occasion, concentrating Sanger of WQXR, H a r r y Novik of WLEV, Don T on their news and special events departments. burgh, president of WCAU, and Todd Storz, of Some stations feel so strongly the need f o r local iden- Storz stations. tification and community service t h a t they have resisted Here were busy men t a k i n g off valuable time to the trend to f e a t u r e and even syndicated film. The ...
03 May 2014  -  134k
884. Television-1957-Aug-OCR-Page-0190 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... , pace-setting market Treutlen 592 5.7 1l.4 Ware 5,035 J4.1 9.0 6. NATIONAL SPOT Wayne 1,187 14.2 3.5 Wheeler 731 S.9 1,4 The "who," "how" and "why" of spot radio today Patterns of leading advertisers South Carolina* 1 Beaufort 3,705 2V.7 6.9 3fc Hampton 3.249 18.6 4.4 m 7. THE STORZ BOMBSHELL Jasper 1,566 10 26 734 Total 95 068 577 a 1J1 4 V I The facts on radio's most controversial station operation and the thinking behind it SCHENECTADY ALBANY TROY NEW YORK Massachusetts: 8. J. WALTER T H O M P S O N LOOKS AT RADIO 1 I Berkshire 3 Í 890 138.6 41.6 ...
03 May 2014  -  151k
885. Television-1957-Dec-OCR-Page-0022 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... the Burtons. The Kate Smith Show r e t u r n s to Mutual J a n u a r y 6 on weekday mornings (10:05-10:30 a.m.) . Half of the DISC J O C K E Y CONVENTION program will be available f o r national sponsorship, the The Storz chain (WDGY, Minneapolis; W H B , Kansas City; other half given over to the stations f o r local advertisers. W T I X , New Orleans; and W Q A M , Miami) has enlisted the Format will include interviews and reviews. . . . General participation of 30 ...
03 May 2014  -  160k
886. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0025 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... t h i s i s s u e : obert K i n t n e r in " T h e Kinetic Mr. K i n t n e r " P a r k e r McComas in "McComas of P h i l i p M o r r i s ' obert Todd Storz in " R a d i o S t u d y " ROBERT TODD STORZ ElEVISION M A G A Z I N E • MAY 1957 23 ...
03 May 2014  -  124k
887. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0006 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... changing U.S. business communication comment by William H. Whyte, a thor of "The Organization Man." D o Vo u R E M E M B E R YOUR COMMERCIALS? 7 9 flanks, breads, deodorants, gasolines, in Chicago liviiio ^TUDY: H I E STOKZ BOMBSHELL 8 3 Todd Storz: Cynicism incarnate or a bright new force? Frederick A K u g e l , Editor and Publisher Herman W. Land, Executive Edi' A b b y Rand, Senior Editor John Watson, Managing Ed, Barton H i c k m a n , Associate Editor D E P A R T ...
03 May 2014  -  133k
888. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0090 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... pick 'The Music Goes Round and Round. Why this the music-news formula must meet the m ie.it 1 ^ - . should be, I don't know. But I saw waitresses do this housewife, the most important part of the fludifmci' time after time." PERSONALITIES Some of the older music-and-news practitioners c riti- cize Storz for poor program balance, holding that not If the logic of the Storz station isi ts Top 40 t u: . . enough attention i s given to such matters as musical heart i s the disk jockey, or personality. He pr n :h |> pace within the individual program, sequencing of ...
03 May 2014  -  137k
889. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0089 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... Asking price was $75.000, which included an F M affiliate, KOAD. The senior Storz put up $30,000. Todd mortgaged a farm he owned in Iowa's Webster County, got $20,000. A bank lent father and son $25,000. Todd became v.p. and general manager of the new Mid- Continent Broadcasting Co. his father, president. By 1950, says Storz, "the general character" of K O W H had been pretty well established. I t was the music-and-news formula described elsewhere i n this study. At the end of i tsfirstyear — the station went under Storz ownership in 1949 K O ...
03 May 2014  -  136k
890. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0088 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... t to the caprice or personal A sharp rejoinder to the critics comes from another taste of individual programmers or personalities For young broadcaster who has built a three-station empire this reason, centralized program control i s a marked in his state through an aggressive operation that re- feature of the music-and-news group operations The sembles that of Storz. Says outspoken Gordon McLendon degree of control, however, varies with the company "I'm sick to death of hearing the network stations It i s important that whatever i s done be done cor complain of what i s nothing more than their own inef- nislently. To Todd Storz, "a more consistent ...
03 May 2014  -  141k
891. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0087 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... young Todd Storz, some see merely a rewd give-away specialist, others a vital and peful new force in radio. His influence on the dium, already considerable, continues to grow THE STORZ BOMBSHELL Here are the facts on today's most controversial station operation By HERMAN LAND, Executive Editor Violent passions are aroused i n otherwise gentle- the medium, strikingly different from the pre-TV days, 7 manly broadcasters when the name "Storz" i s men- when the rating relationships tended toward stability aced. To many, R. (for Robert) Todd Storz i s cynicism rather than abrupt and frequent change.-mate, a ...
03 May 2014  -  127k
892. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0094 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... Storz: "The days of 50% to 60% share of audience are limited" To McLendon, this "newspaper of the air" approach to "wcco," comments Labunski, "has long understood t he radio is the greatest of all of his many promotions. "The local approach " best promotions are the occasional big lotíal news stories Starting from a base of unusually strong acceptance that come our way. W e promote 52 weeks of the year, in i t s area, and a brace of top-notch personalities Ufo not just during a rating period " Cedric Adams, wcco has been able to maintainfirstpla^ ...
03 May 2014  -  143k
893. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0092 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... Mediterranean port, of the over-all station sound. Singing station i. ip Saudi Arabian warning to Israel on Gulf of Aqaba, introductions, and sign-offs are used for • . , | - L Israeli report on Jordan crisis. jockey and newscast. Long used in radio, the,• jj Here i s how Todd Storz describes his news policy: introduction is by now almost universal. "We try to lead off with a local item. Our view i s PROMOTION that the average person i s more concerned with the auto accident that happens around the corner than with The most controversial part of the Storz form- . JIM. ...
03 May 2014  -  138k
894. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0093 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... i s that the audience t a station that i s near the bottom, then promotion wants to hear the hit tunes, the weather, time signals erribly important to l et people know about you." and get a fast news wrap-up; i t does not want to hear n Minneapolis, for example, Storz took over WDGY disk jockey "dribble." January of 1956. In order to sign up f all business The programming i s viewed as a service of music time, i t was necessary to show results by spring, and useful information available to the listener at any- en buying i s at its ...
03 May 2014  -  139k
895. Television-1957-May-OCR-Page-0085 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... THE STORZ BOMBSHELL Few events of recent years have generated such excitement and discussion in the field of radio as has the sensational rise of the Todd Storz stations. H e r e is a detailed analysis of the Storz operation. I t describes his p r o v o c a t i v e p r o g r a m "formula" , reveals the thinking behind the controversial promotions, and reviews the competitive struggle in the various Storz markets. ...
03 May 2014  -  106k
896. Television-1957-Oct-OCR-Page-0087 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... 8:30 p.m. are Local C o n t r o v e r s y : A m o n g the p r o p o n e n t s of this priced at two-thirds of the pre-8:30 level. Base rates f o r iroach is W Q A M , the Storz station in Miami. Its Alan newscasts are $750 in the morning, $500 a f t e r 8:30 p.m. nirtney Program is primarily a discussion program, and $1,000 when delivered by Gabriel Heatter, regardless . ivoted to hometown issues. Listeners can phone in and of day-part. ate ...
03 May 2014  -  158k
897. Television-1958-Apr-OCR-Page-0035 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... j o c k e v c o n v e n t i o n in G r e y h o u n d : 12 a n n o u n c e m e n t s per week per m a r k e t f o r feii) , T o d d Storz, p r e s i d e n t of the S t o r z S t a t i o n s , which I reyhound's Southeastern and Pacific Lines. j ed the first K a n s a s City c o m e n t i o n , told TELEVISION ^ elch's ...
03 May 2014  -  158k
898. Television-1958-Apr-OCR-Page-0065 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... m i n a t e r e g u l a r KOHY newscasts. h o u r or h a l f - h o u r s o m e t i m e s b o t h ) . S e c o n d , t h e r e ir the Te Storz s t a t i o n s h a v e d o n e a p a r t i c u l a r l y elfective job m o r e t r a d i t i o n a l o p e r a t i o n of the n e ...
03 May 2014  -  152k
899. Television-1958-Jan-OCR-Page-0065 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... e m ; they give-away promotions, has been highly successful. T h e pat- must learn to think in show terms, to work with all kinds tern has been rapidly spreading a r o u n d the country. (See of people and talent; suddenly they are doing big-style " T h e Storz Bombshell," M a y issue of T E L E V I S I O N M A G A Z I N E . ) p r o g r a m m i n g or at least trying to, on a so-called music- Those who are familiar with the exciting sounds that ...
03 May 2014  -  165k
900. Television-1958-Jan-OCR-Page-0067 [Television Magazine]
Television Magazine
... • how, and the like. His utterances are rigidly controlled. The Independent can be the news station in its m a r k e t 'lough f o r m u l a has had a considerable measure of success Westinghouse is out to build itself as the "news station" See " T h e Storz B o m b s h e l l " ) . It is a Plough thesis that the in every market. I'hat this can be done bv an independent lisc jockey can be switched at will, without affecting the radio station has already been demonstrated, a notable case ludience one way or the other. ...
03 May 2014  -  162k
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