eQB NOW This week’s Cover Story delves inside the mind of Entercom senior programming executive Pat Paxton who shares his keen insights and perspectives on multiple issues confronting radio today. As President of Programming, Paxton plays an instrumental role in addressing a broad range of Entercom’s programming, marketing and research efforts. In Programming to Win, Bob Quick suggests strategies for air talent and programmers if anonymous online critics attack you and your station. Question of the Week asks: If you could spend a day with any celebrity or recording artist, who would it be and what would you do? Plus, Hot Shots and the FMQB History page.
eQB NOW In this week's eqb, FMQB sits down with KINK PD Brad Dolbeer to discuss how he maintains a brand with a 40-year heritage, as well as how sometimes things just aren’t as complicated as they may seem. In Programming To Win, Richard Harker analyzes format "winners" and "losers" from 2014. Question of the Week asks: What’s your favorite activity/hobby that has nothing to do with the business? Plus, Hot Shots and the FMQB History page.
eQB NOW In this week’s Cover Story we catch up with Lee Leipsner, one of the music industry's most passionate and respected label executives. As EVP/Promotion of Columbia Records he's made quite a name for himself having accrued many accolades and awards including a FMQB Career Achievement Award as the industry's top CHR Promotion Executive. For Lee, it's always been about the music, artists and radio! In Programming to Win, Paragon Media's Larry Johnson discusses some helpful format reports that the former Arbitron used to publish. He analyzes the offerings that Nielsen Audio now publishes online, comparing and contrasting the type of information available today. Question of the Week asks: What accomplishment do you consider to be the most significant in your career? Plus, Hot Shots and the FMQB History page.