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November Monthly: 
Rich Davis, OM Clear Channel Nashville

Rich Davis spent the better part of his early radio career tooling around with some of the most successful programmers in the business. The good student that he was enabled him to parlay that experience with some strategic career moves that ultimately landed him in Nashville, where today he oversees five very successful Clear Channel brands while simultaneously programming one of the most respected CHR’s in the business in WRVW/The River. [more]


October Monthly: 
Alex Tear, OM, Clear Channel Miami

Alex Tear was made for radio programming. His natural propensity to program is surpassed only by the diligence he applies to his craft. After several teeth-cutting years of Midwest radio, Clear Channel rewarded Tear with a cluster OM post in 2009, where he currently oversees seven Miami brands, as well as dabbling in a few CC national initiatives. [more]


September Monthly: 
Bob Struble, iBiquity President and CEO

A lot can happen in a year and it’s been just that long since FMQB checked in with iBiquity President and CEO Bob Struble. From this point in 2009 to 2010, HD Radio has seen significant growth across auto, consumer electronics and new portable devices, the latter of which represents a completely new sales volume. With a new focus of reaching out to consumers as radio develops content to fill out the HD 2, 3 and 4 signals, Struble sat down with FMQB to relay his message to the masses. [more]


August Monthly: 
David Goodman, President,
CBS Interactive Music Group


In May 2009 CBS Corp made a landmark decision in how it was going to operate in the digital space in the current decade. The company formed CBS Interactive Music Group, a division that would aggregate all of the group’s digital assets and partners under one management umbrella. They needed an executive ace to head the division. One who was familiar with the turf, but also equipped and flexible enough to apply his skills-set to an ever-changing world, with his sights set on the future. Enter David Goodman… [more]


July Monthly: 
David Field, President & CEO,
Entercom Communications


It’s no coincidence that David Field began his Entercom career as Director of Finance & Corporate Development. After all, with an academic background in finance and fresh from investment banking at Goldman-Sachs, it was a natural fit. A decade after joining Entercom in 1987, Field assumed the leadership role for the company and has been there ever since. [more]


June Monthly: 
Peter Smyth, Chairman & CEO,
Greater Media


After a twenty-five year union, Peter Smyth and Greater Media have become synonymous with each other. Smyth has dedicated two and a half decades to Greater Media crafting a company culture that is high in values and performance. He often preaches about the premium the company places on its employees with their needs superseding anything else on the company's agenda. [more]


May Monthly: 
Jon Zellner, SVP Programming,
Clear Channel Communications


Jon Zellner has successfully pursued and secured top programming posts with major radio groups as well as satellite radio. Given the depth of his experience, it’s no wonder that Clear Channel called on Zellner last year to join the radio behemoth’s enviable group of programming execs to help craft a programming vision for the company going forward. [more]


April Monthly: 
NAB President and CEO Gordon H. Smith

Having served in the U.S. Senate from 1996 to 2008 for the state of Oregon, Gordon H. Smith was no stranger to the plight of the broadcast industry. His reputation as a pragmatic lawmaker able to reach across party lines preceded him, as did his time served with the Senate Commerce Committee, the panel that oversees all broadcast-related legislation. His tenure as Chairman of a Senate High Tech Task Force helped foster his interest in new media and new technology issues and prepared him for issues he would soon face as he represented broadcasters currently embroiled in the digital age. [more]


March Monthly: 
Jan Jeffries, SVP/Programming,
Cumulus Media
 

Jan Jeffries’ storied radio career is as steep in programming and managerial experience as it is in the number of radio stations and legends he’s worked with. Jeffries has been at it since the young age of 15 and has navigated competitively for four decades. He holds one of the prized positions in the industry for one of the most revered companies as SVP/ Programming for Cumulus Media where he frequently interacts with the wisdom of Lew and John Dickey. [more]


February Monthly: 
Dom Theodore, VP CHR Programming CBS

If we are all a product of our environment then it’s easy to understand why Dom Theodore bleeds radio blood. Radio has been his lifelong passion and he’s navigated the industry quite adeptly carving out an impressive programming career at many notable stops. His latest mission is creating a compelling CHR arsenal for CBS Radio in collaboration with a remarkable executive programming team.  [more]

 

2009 Archive




 
Breaking News
Report: Facebook In Talks With Major Labels
In Brief - July 2, 2015
July 1, 2015
American General Media Names Picazzo Stevens PD At KAGM & KDLW/Albuquerque
Brandi Young Named SVP Of Sales For iHeartMedia Phoenix
Cumulus Media & Audioboom Announce Strategic Partnership
In Brief - July 1, 2015
June 30, 2015
iHeartRadio Takes Flight With Virgin America
Meredith Gardner & Josh Kahn Promoted To VPs of Digital Marketing & Product
In Brief - June 30, 2015
June 29, 2015
Alpha Media Louisville Names Otis Program Director/Afternoon Host At WDJX
Broadcasters Foundation Of America Names Dan Mason Co-Vice Chairman/Treasurer
JJ Kincaid Set To Wake Up Denver
BMG Acquires Verse Music Group
In Brief - June 29, 2015
June 26, 2015
eQB NOW
Sirius XM Agrees To Pay For Recordings Released Before 1972
Cumulus Names Troy Hanson PD At WKQX/Chicago
Brandon "Buster" Satterfield Joins Atlantic Records
June 25, 2015
Taylor Swift To Put 1989 On Apple Music
WLTW/New York To Celebrate 15 Years Of Broadway In Bryant Park
Report: Six Main Causes of Lost Quarter Hours
June 24, 2015
iHeartMedia Austin Names Zach Dillon Program Director For KHFI
jâcapps Introduces "App Everywhere"
Pierre Bouvard On "New Data on TV Viewing Levels and Demographics"
Music News
Demi Lovato Is Feeling "Cool for the Summer"
Quick Hits: Rihanna, Taylor Swift / album sales, Prince
Rockers Breaking Benjamin Land Their First #1 Album
Quick Hits: Rihanna, Robin Thicke, Apple Music, Prince
Chris Brown, Beyoncé Top BET Award Winners
Quick Hits: Shinedown, Rob Thomas, Foo Fighters, AC/DC, Kings of Leon
Yes Bassist Chris Squire Passes Away
FMQB Photo Pass: Rush
Quick Hits: Demi Lovato, Jessie J, Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival
Beyonce & The Weeknd Headlining Made In America Festival
Quick Hits: Pharrell & Adele, Eminem / Southpaw soundtrack, Legacy of Hope concert
Quick Hits: Apple Music, Chris Brown
Quick Hits: Billboard 200, BET Awards, Smashing Pumpkins, Tyga, Riot Fest, The Neighbourhood, Marina and the Diamonds, Roger Waters
Disturbed Ends Four-Year Hiatus with Immortalized
Quick Hits: Janet Jackson, Nickelback, Tove Lo, Rod Stewart, Grateful Dead, James Horner, Hollywood Walk of Fame
FMQB NOW

Brian Mack, PD
WXXL/Orlando

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