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The radio industry's top leaders do not just fall into their positions of leadership. They work harder, they work smarter, and they find ways to put themselves into positions to advance their careers. We turned to four of radio's top leaders and asked them exactly how they do it. Why are they the ones leading people? What did they do to educate themselves? Here's what they had to say.
It all started with online voting. Our readers, the foot soldiers of the radio industry, chimed in with the managers and owners they love working for, the ones they learn the most from, the people that move this industry forward. The one rule we had was that these 20 leaders could not have been on Radio Ink's 40 Most Powerful People in Radio list in 2016.
(By Bob McCurdy) The benefit of a message broadcast is that it is broadly “cast.” It is inclusive, reaching all current and future users of any product/service. This is significant, as the future economic value of any consumer differs from their current economic value, due to the marketing “law of buyer moderation.”
In February, Jon Grayson resigned from the Overnight America show on KMOX in St. Louis. On Thursday, the station hired Ryan Wrecker to take over that shift. Wrecker moves to St. Louis from Fort Wayne, where he most recently served as PD for WOWO-AM. He's also been a regular writer for Radio Ink Magazine with a focus on digital.
Now in its fifth year, our Future African American Leaders in Radio list, as it has in previous years, includes people from every aspect of the business and from all over the country. On the 2017 list you’ll see several trends: Many of the people listed credit their success to having a mentor, many credit their success to a great team that works for them, and many talk about how blessed they are to have advanced in an industry they love.
(By Editor-in-Chief Ed Ryan) Mike Dungan plays a big role in nurturing those relationships, and he plays a big role in moving CRS forward. Here’s our cover story interview with UMG Nashville Chairman and CEO Mike Dungan.
ESPN Radio sports duo Dan Le Batard and Jon “Stugotz” Weiner tend to go their own way -- and have met with great success doing it. Radio Ink Editor in Chief Ed Ryan spoke to the guys in separate interviews to find out what they had to say about how they became a successful team and why their show is different from all the others on the radio today.
The Radio Show is now underway in Nashville and the two host organizations, the RAB and the NAB have released a list of the sessions that will be streamed live as well as archived on the website www.radioshowweb.com.
The largest radio contingent ever converged on Cleveland this year to cover the Republican National Convention, over 160 radio shows in all. With 33 live shows, ABC was by far the biggest group. All the big-name ABC Radio news correspondents were there including Ann Compton who came out of retirement to cover the event.
AdLarge Media was launched in 2011. Today the company employs 35 people and provides programming and services to more than 5,000 radio stations in the U.S. And they have created a company that is much more than the traditional radio network operation. Radio Ink Editor-in-Chief Ed Ryan interviewed company founders Cathy Csukas and Gary Schonfeld.