20 Years In The Triangle For Adam Gold

Gold celebrates 20 years in sports radio this month. He landed in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill “Triangle” 20 years ago and was hired by then 850 The Buzz, the Triangle’s first all-sports radio station, to host afternoon drive.

iHeart Promotes Kurtz in Chicago

Adam Kurtz has been named Senior VP of Sales for iHeart's Chicago Region. Kurtz joined iHeartMedia’s Chicago Region in 2001 and has been promoted from AE to LSM, GSM and VP of Sales in 2015. Kurtz will report to Matt Scarano, President of the Chicago Region for iHeartMedia.

Ace & TJ Promote Miller

The Ace & TJ Show has promoted longtime show producer Rob Miller to the newly created role of Vice President of Affiliate Relations for the show. Miller has represented the show in its affiliate needs for production and technical support for over five years. 

Kerr Upped In Ithaca

Z95.5/Ithaca has named Mike Kerr “McCabe” as their new Brand Manager. Kerr is a recent graduate of Elmira College but has been doing radio for over seven years with on-air and programming roles in Elmira, Rochester, and Buffalo.

Home Depot Back on Top. Lowes Makes a Run

The Home Depot is back on its perch as radio's number one advertiser after the Big Box Home Improvement chain aired 64,718 commercials on radio stations across the country last week, according to Media Monitors. GEICO dropped to number two with 44,865 spots. Lowes jumped from 25th to 3rd by airing 30,540 commercials.

New Legal Show For WGN

WGN Radio will change its Sunday programming lineup this Sunday (Jan. 21) and debut The Karen Conti Show, hosted by Chicago attorney Karen Conti from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Conti has been a practicing lawyer in Chicago for over 30 years

Elvis Headed To Hall

The nationally-syndicated Elvis Duran will be inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Broadcasting Hall of Fame at the 2018 NAB Show. Duran’s career spans more than 30 years and includes both host and PD duties at iHeart's WIOQ-FM Philadelphia and KBest Media's KBTS-FM Austin, as well as stints at Entercom's WZGC-FM Atlanta and Cumulus' KRBE-FM Houston.

Joyner Returns To Atlanta

The Tom Joyner Morning Show returned to the Atlanta market on Tuesday. The show can now be heard on Radio One's "Classix 102.9 FM, “Atlanta’s Classic RnB” station. As part of Joyner returning, Mitch Faulkner joins Radio One Atlanta as the morning show producer as well as hosting his Classic RnB Show Saturdays from 7:00 p.m. to midnight.

Marketron Sold. Collins Replaces Haley as CEO

Media software company Marketron has been purchased by Private Equity Firm Diversis Capital. The company named marketing technology leader Michael Collins as its new CEO, replacing Jeff Haley. Haley has been CEO since leaving the RAB as CEO in 2012, and will remain on the Marketron Board.

Pacifica Radio Gets $2 Million Loan

The Pacifica Foundation, a network of progressive stations, has been offered a $2 million loan to pay off part of its debts. Pacifica’s creditor won a judgment in court and the right to seize Pacifica’s bank accounts and properties because the company is $8 million in debt.

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In This Issue: January 8, 2018
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David Field: 2018 Radio Executive Of The Year
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Forming Lucrative Relationships With Local Clients
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The Great Radio Talent Search

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