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Amy Miller Joins KXT KXT/Dallas announed that Amy Miller will join the station as APD beginning October 27, 2014. Miller has held positions at several stations across the country, including WTYD/Williamsburg, where she was PD when the station launched in 2005. She has also been a Programming Assistant at KFOG/San Francisco, and Promotions Director at KZSC/Santa Cruz.
Mary Anne Alhadeff, president and CEO of North Texas Public Broadcasting, parent company of KXT said, "Amy's Triple A background paired with her promotions and publicity experience make her a terrific addition to our staff."
Miller will assist PD Mark Abuzzahab, work with Music Coordinator and host Gini Mascorro, and on-air hosts Joe Kozera, Allen Roberts and Paul Stevens.
iHeartMedia Atlanta Names New Market President and Vice President of Sales iHeartMedia Atlanta announced that Justin Schaflander has been named Market President and Jason Mosher has been named Vice President of Sales, effective immediately. As Market President, Schaflander will oversee all aspects of iHeartMedia Atlanta's six station cluster, leveraging the market's assets including its brands and audience to generate new revenue while providing quality programming. Schaflander is promoted from within the market, where he most recently served as VP of Sales and led the market to some of its highest levels of revenue growth. Schaflander has been with iHeartMedia Atlanta for seven years, with prior roles as Director of Sales for the Atlanta Braves Radio Network and was the General Sales Manager working closely with Georgia News Network and Total Traffic and Weather Network.
"I am honored to have the opportunity to lead this cluster and build on the great success that we have had over the past years," said Schaflander. "I look forward to working hard and continuing to deliver the best content for our listeners and the best solutions and results for our advertising partners."
Mosher is also promoted from within iHeartMedia Atlanta, where he previously served as General Sales Manager for WUBL and WGST as well as Total Traffic and Weather Network. He has been with iHeatMedia Atlanta for six years, during which WUBL has achieved its highest levels of revenue since the station launched.
"I'm looking forward to my new role of Vice President of Sales and to deliver continued success for our advertising partners and the iHeartMedia Atlanta cluster," said Mosher.
"I'm excited about Justin and Jason taking on even more responsibility for us in Atlanta," said Tom McConnell, Executive Vice President of Operations East, iHeartMedia. "They are proven leaders with strong relationships, and I'm confident they will both excel in their new roles."
Yorke Surprises Fans With New Release Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke surprised music fans last week with the immediate release of his second solo album, titled Tomorrow's Modern Boxes. The album was released digitally via BitTorrent, which Yorke says was done as an experiment in new ways to distribute and sell music online. This is reportedly the first-ever release via BitTorrent which requires payment to access the file.
The eight-song album is also being released in a deluxe vinyl bundle, which includes the album in MP3, FLAC and WAV formats. The BitTorrent bundle includes the entire album with a video. Yorke has launched www.tomorrowsmodernboxes.comas well, where the album can be ordered.
Yorke and producer Nigel Godrich wrote on Radiohead's "Dead Air Space" blog, "It's an experiment to see if the mechanics of the system are something that the general public can get its head around ... If it works well it could be an effective way of handing some control of internet commerce back to people who are creating the work. Enabling those people who make either music, video or any other kind of digital content to sell it themselves. Bypassing the self elected gate-keepers. If it works anyone can do this exactly as we have done. The torrent mechanism does not require any server uploading or hosting costs or 'cloud' malarkey."
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Ryan Adams Ryan Adams
Pax Am/Blue Note/Capitol
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