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Radio Broadcasting History, Radio People (L) Radio Broadcasting HistoryRadio People by Name (L) Jim LaBarbaraWMGW [Meadville PA] 1959WTIV [Titusville PA] 1962WCED [Du Bois PA] 1963WWGO [Erie PA] 1963WKYC [Cleveland OH] 1966WIXY [Cleveland] 1966WLW [Cincinnati OH] 1969KTLK [Denver CO] 1972WLW [Cincinnati] 1972WCKY [Cincinnati] 1983WSAI [Cincinnati] 1990WGRR [Cincinnati] 1993Now: The Music Professor is doing Afternoon Drive at Oldies WGRR-FM, Cincinnati,Ohio.
Click for more on Jim.email@example.com Steve LaBeau WQAL [Cleveland OH] 1991-1992Now: Steve says (11/03), "I am with Associated Press Radio covering regional radio sales -- in Phoenix, Arizona."firstname.lastname@example.org Dave LabbyKIEV [LA] 1945KRKD [LA] 1947KHJ [LA] 1947-1977Dave Labby died Mar 10, 2002 (age 86) in Glendale CA. Click for more on Dave. Art LaboeKSAN [San Francisco] 1943KXLA [LA] 1955KPOP [LA] 1955 Original Sound oldies series [LA] 1957 - creatorKFWB [LA] 1959KDAY [LA] 1960KPPC [LA] 196?XPRS [San Diego - Tijuana, Mexico] 1970 - tapedKRTH [LA] 1970KRLA [LA] 1975 - Senior VPKFI [LA] 1983KRLA [LA] 1985KKPW [Fresno] 1999 - ownerNow: sdresser@kmph.
com reports, "Art bought KKPW 94.3 (Power 94.3) Kerman/Fresno, CA and now does the Noon to 3 PM shift. He is also President of Original Sound Records and hosts the syndicated The Art Laboe Sunday Night Special. Tom LackoNow: Computer Assistant at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Washington, D.C.email@example.com Ed LaCombWSLB [Ogdensburg NY] 1979WHEN [Syracuse NY] 1983WYBG [Massena NY] 1985-1986WTNY [Watertown NY] 1985-1988WNFI [Daytona Beach FL] 1987-1988WKFM [Syracuse] 1988WFKS [Daytona Beach] 1993WTKS [Orlando FL] 1993WYYY [Syracuse] 1994WWHT [Syracuse] 1996-1998 - E-manNow: Ed says (5/06), "I am president of Digital Sound & Video, Inc.
, a Daytona Beach, Forida-based audio and video production company."firstname.lastname@example.org Bob LaddWLEC [Sandusky OH] 1965WTTF [Toledo OH] 1967WAWR [Toledo] 1969WOHO [Toledo] 1970WTTO [Toledo] 1971WLRO [Cleveland OH] 1971WNRR [Sandusky] 1973WCNZ [Naples FL] 2001WINK/WNOG [Ft. Myers FL] 2003 - Captain Bob LaddWBGY [Naples] 2004 - ownerWCNZ/WVOI/ WMYR[Naples/Ft. Myers] 2005 - mgrNow: Bob says (6/08), "I am manager of a pod of stations (WCNZ, WVOI and WMYR) in the Naples/Fort Myers, Florida market.
"email@example.com Jim LaddKNAC [LA] 1967KLOS [LA] 1969KMET [LA] 1974Live From The Record Plant [LA] 1984 - syndicated: hostKLOS [LA] 1985KMET [LA] 1986KLSX [LA] 1991KLOS [LA] 1997Now: Evenings at Rock KLOS-FM, Los Angeles. Pete LaddKMYC [Yuba City CA] 1960KUBA [Yuba City] 1962WPON [Pontiac MI] 1964KVON [Napa CA] 1968-1970KYNO-FM [Fresno CA] 1972KFRE [Fresno] 1974KRFM [Phoenix AZ] 1977-1980KKNU [Fresno] 1982KJOI [Los Angeles CA] 1986-1990KMJ [Fresno] 1995WLZZ [Montpelier OH] 1997Now: Pete says, "I'm News Director for Country WLZZ-FM, Montpelier, Ohio (located in the extreme northwest corner of the state).
There are some obvious gaps in my chronology, but how many 'gap-less' radio people do you know?"firstname.lastname@example.org Robert LaFore WZGC [Atlanta, GA] 2004Now: Robert says (9/04), "I am Market Chief Engineer for WZGC-FM, Atlanta, Georgia."email@example.com Chris LaGrowWAAG [Galesburg IL] 1988WGIL [Galesburg] 1988WLSR [Galesburg] 1997Now: Chris says (7/05), "I've been with Galesburg Broadcasting since 1988, working my way from part-time in 1988 to afternoons on the 50,000-watt WAAG doing everything from Overnights then Nights then lastly afternoons.
In 1997 our company bought the old WGBQ in Galesburg and 'blew it up' to bring Rock and Roll in the form of WLSR-FM (The Laser) to the area. I started as the afternoon drive talent and since 2000, I've been pulling morning duty."firstname.lastname@example.org Terry LahnKVOD [Denver CO] 1956KUDY [Denver] 1957KTLN [Denver] 1958KMYR [Denver] 1958KOWB [Laramie WY] 1958KENN [Farmington NM] 1959KIMN [Denver] 1960 - Terry-O on the RadioKHOW [Denver] 1963-1964KEZN [Palm Springs CA] 2005Now: Terry says (6/17), "I'm living in Rancho Mirage (Palm Springs), California.
In 1964 I moved to Los Angeles and left the radio business to pursue other endeavors; I retired in 2005 after 15 years with Prudential Overall Supply, an industrial laundry company, as VP of Cleanroom Operations where we did highly specialized laundry for companies concerned with micro-contamination control such as semi-conductor manufacturers, medical device manufacturers, etc. Upon my retirement in 2005, I went “back to my roots” and worked part time for KEZN-FM in Palm Desert, CA until 2015.
I’m still involved as a partner in RF Coordination, working a couple of TV shows each year; specifically the Dick Clark Productions (American Music Awards and The Golden Globe Awards.) Other than that, I’m enjoying my retirement in the sunny desert of Southern California."email@example.com Dave Laing WNDB [Daytona Beach FL] 1978Now: PD and mornings at Talk WNDB, Daytona Beach, Florida.dave@wndb.
com Dave LairdWNDR [Syracuse NY] 1964WMPS [Memphis TN] 1970WCOP [Boston MA] 1972WNDR [Syracuse] 1974WHAM [Rochester NY] 1977WFBL [Syracuse] 1979WHAM [Rochester NY] 1981WNDR [Syracuse] 1982WNTQ [Syracuse] 1984-1989WEZG/WNSS [Syracuse] 1992-1992WYYY [Syracuse] 1997-2008Now: Dave says (2/09), "I am residing in Smithville, TN and doing voice-over work from my home studio."firstname.lastname@example.org Greg Lake WELE [Daytona Beach FL] 1999Now: Greg says (11/07), "I moved to Daytona Beach in 1995 and opened an advertising agency until 1999, when I was offered the PD position at WELE with a chance to host my own morning talk show .
.. and I have been here ever since."email@example.com Jim LaMarcaKKOS [Oceanside CA] 1978XTRA-FM [San Diego CA/Tijuana Mexico] 1980XTRA [San Diego/Tijuana] 1984KGW [Portland OR] 1988KBSG [Tacoma WA] 1988-1991Now: Jim says (12/08), "After 15 years at Jones Radio (including COO) and 2 years running GreenStone Media, I opened my own consultancy, LaMarcaStrategies.com, helping radio and new media businesses grow their audience and develop revenue.
"XTRA & 91X stories ... firstname.lastname@example.org Bill LambWKMF [Flint MI] 1960 - Factory Whistle hostBill Lamb died April 14, 2015 (Flint, MI, age 90); see Legendary Flint Radio Host, Record Store Owner Bill Lamb Dies and Voice of 'Factory Whistle' show for decades in Flint remembered as radio pioneer. Dick LambWGH [Norfolk VA] 196?WWDE [Norfolk] 1978 - ownerWVBW [Norfolk] 2005Now: Hosting The Morning Wave on Classic Hits WVBW-FM, Suffolk, VA.
TheMorningWave@929thewave.com Jeff LambWWCK [Flint MI] 1981 - Buffalo DickBuffalo Dick's Radio Ranch 1981 - Billboard Best Local ShowBuffalo Dick's Radio Ranch 1982 - syndicated: Westwood OneWIOT [Toledo OH] 1983WXKR [Toledo] 1993WIOT [Toledo] 1995WMXP/WMBD-TV [Peoria IL] 1996WXKR [Toledo] 1998WPFX [Toledo] 2015Now: Mornings on Country WPFX-FM, Toledo, Ohio.email@example.com Mark LambWJAZ [Stamford CT] 1982WRKI [Danbury CT] 1986-1996KBDB/KFKB [Forks WA] 2012 owner/operatorNow: Mark says (4/16), "We're about to upgrade KBDB to a C3.
I'm seeking experienced sales management that wants to build a great business in a low-cost rural market."firstname.lastname@example.org Alan Lambert KRSC [Tulsa OK] 1993Now: Alan says (1/03), "I manage KRSC-FM (CMJ New Pop/Alternative) for Rogers State University, Claremore Oklahoma. We are an on-air public radio station and stream on rsu.edu. I've been a blues/rock singer around the area since I was a kid.
"ALambert@rsu.edu Mark LambertKZEW [Dallas TX] 1982KERA [Dallas] 1982-1989KQZY [Dallas] 1987-1989 - Mark TaylorKMGC [Dallas] 1989KDMX [Dallas] 1991 - Mark Taylor AP net [Dallas] 1991 - anchor, reporter, producer AP net [Washington DC] 1994 - anchor, editor, producer, writerKEWS [Dallas] 1996KRLD [Dallas] 1996 Shadow Bcasting [Dallas] 1997 - news dir, anchorKNTU [Dallas] 2000Now: Mark says, "I'm the first-ever, full-time PD at Jazz KNTU-FM, Denton, Texas; the station, owned by North Texas State University, signed on in 1969, but has had only student PDs until I joined the station in February, 2000.
Unlike most college radio stations, KNTU is a semi-professional operation as we try to get students noticed since we are in Dallas-Ft. Worth, the 5th largest market in the U.S. I've also begun teaching in the RTVF Department at the University of North Texas. I still keep my hand in news, anchoring weekend newscasts on WBAP."email@example.com John Records LandeckerWIBG [Philadelphia PA] 1969WLS [Chicago IL] 1972CFTR [Toronto ON] 1981-1981WLS [Chicago IL] 1986WJMK [Chicago] 1998WGN [Chicago] 2003WZZN [Chicago] 2006WLS-FM [Chicago] 2012Now: Evenings at WLS-FM Chicago, Illinois; Records really is his middle name -- his mother's maiden name was Records.
firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Landis KJXK [San Antonio TX] 2006Now: Mark says (1/07), "I program Adult Hits KJXK-FM (JACK FM), San Antonio, Texas; and do a ton of voice work, both national and local for the ABC-TV affilliate."email@example.com Laura Townsend Landmann WIBV [Belleville IL] 1991-1993Now: Laura says, "After 10 years on air, I spent another seven in radio on the sales side. I am now married with two rowdy sons and living in St.
Louis. I currently share a job and am a TV Account Executive for the local CBS affiliate. My favorite memories were making friends at hanging out with the WWCT/Peoria gang."firstname.lastname@example.org Joe Landon WSGL [Naples FL] 1993-1998 GMNow: Joe (Labuzienski) says (7/07), "I am running The Education Channel (cable 20) for the School District of Collier County, Naples, Florida -- I'm the district Communication & Information Officer; I don't miss radio since I'm still working in TV, but I really miss the great people I worked with in my 30-year radio career.
.."email@example.com Jack LandrethWLS [Chicago IL] 1985Paul Harvey News [Chicago] 1992 - producerWLUP [Chicago] 1992KFMB [San Diego CA] 1994WWTN [Nashville TN] 1996KNST [Tucson AZ] 1998KTSA [San Antonio TX] 2001KSFN/KXNT [Las Vegas NV] 2004Now: Jack says (1/04), "I am Program Director of Talk KSFN and KXNT and , Las Vegas, Nevada."firstname.lastname@example.org John LaneKNDI [Honolulu] 1965KHVH [Honolulu] 1991KHNR [Honolulu] 1994Now: Retired.
Residing in Florida. Larry Lane (Larry Zachery)WIGO [Atlanta GA] 1971 - Larry DarnellWQXI [Atlanta] 1975 - 'Night Train' LaneWVEE [Atlanta] 1986WSB-FM [Atlanta] 1987Now: Larry says (9/04), "I'm working for Adult Contemporary WSB-FM (B98.5FM), Atlanta, Georgia; Alabama native, but grew up in Atlanta; first day in radio was Christmas day 1971."email@example.com Tim Lane KFTX [Corpus Christi TX] 2002Now: Overnights at Country KFTX-FM, Corpus Christi, Texas.
firstname.lastname@example.org Jonathan LangKPRI [San Diego CA] 1973KIFM [San Diego] 1977KBZT [San Diego] 1978KEZL [San Diego] 1984KWLT [San Diego] 1985KKCW [Portland OR] 1988-1989KVAN [Vancouver WA] 1991KKJZ [Portland OR] 1993-1996Now: Jonathan says (2/07), "I am retired from radio and awaiting a brain transplant in the Pacific Northwest."email@example.com Tom Lang KGVY [Tucson AZ] 2004Now: Tom says (2/09), "I am PD and doing mornings at Nostalgia KGVY-FM, Tucson, Arizona; in my spare time, if there is such a thing, I take care of my horses on a ranch my wife and I own nearby.
"firstname.lastname@example.org John LanganKINO [Winslow AZ] 1970KOWN [San Diego CA] 1972KILT [Houston TX] 1973WIVY [Jacksonville FL] 1975KIQQ [Los Angeles CA] 1976KDEO [San Diego] 1976KISW [Seattle WA] 1978KMET [LA] 1983KZOK [Seattle] 1984KZZU [Spokane WA] 1986KXXR [Kansas City MO] 1987KKZX [Spokane] 1991 - C. Foster KaneNow: John (C. Foster Kane) is one of the RadioMen mornings at Classic Rock KKZH-FM, Spokane, Washington.
email@example.com Jim LangeKGO [San Francisco CA] 1958KSFO [San Francisco] 1960The Dating Game [Los Angeles CA] 1965 - ABC-TV: hostKMPC [LA] 1970KSFO [San Francisco] 1971KMPC [LA] 1983The Dating Game [LA] 1984 - syndicated: hostKFRC [San Francisco] 1989KKSJ [San Jose CA] 1994KABL [San Francisco] 1997-2005Jim Lange died Feb 25, 2014 (heart attack, age 81) in Mill Valley, CA. Rob LangerWALK [Patchogue NY] 1989-1999 - Bobby KnightNow: Rob says, "I'm working for Metro Networks, Atlanta, Georgia -- doing traffic for WSB-AM and WVFJ-FM.
"firstname.lastname@example.org Larry LangfordWVON [Chicago IL] 1966WIBC [Indanapolis IN] 1969WFYR [Chicago] 1972WDAI [Chicago] 1975WIND [Chicago] 1978WMAQ [Chicago] 1988-2000WGTO [South Bend MI] 1988 - ownerNow: Larry says (11/05), "After having the honor of doing the last sign off for WMAQ in Chicago on August 1, 2000, I was hired by the City of Chicago to do media relations for the 911 Center. Shortly after that I became the director of media affairs for the Chicago Fire Department.
Good fit, I chased fires as a newsman for more than 30 years. Now I get to go to fires with a legal red light and siren, VERY COOL." He recalls, "Some folks wanted to call me 'sign off Larry'. I had the honor of signing off two of Chicago's greatest stations. In 1985 I read the sign off of WIND which had gone from music to newstalk in the late 70's. I also signed off WMAQ in 2000 which had been a staple in Chicago for more than 80 years.
Maybe that's why I did not get hired by any other stations after 2000! I now own a small AM in Michigan where we bring back the sound of WLS and WCFL from the heyday. We are on the Internet at wgtoradio.com sorry for the shameless plug but yah gotta do what yah gotta do. I plan to retire and do a local show on the station one day sort of like Northern Exposure. I still hold the honor of the youngest news anchor on a commercial station in Chicago.
I had a regular airshift doing real news on WVON at the age of 13!"LarryLangford@aol.com Troy Langham aka Troy London KIXK [Dallas TX] 1980-1981Now: Troy says (6/09), "I am the interface between Clear Channel Tulsa, OK and the FCC for technical regulatory issues."email@example.com Tom LangmyerWBEN [Buffalo NY] 1978 WSAJ/WSAJ-FM [Grove City College PA] 1979 - GMWEDA [Grove City] 1980WJJL [Buffalo] 1980WJYE [Buffalo] 1982WGR [Buffalo] 1982WTAE [Pittsburgh PA] 1985WSYR/WYYY [Syracuse NY] 1986WNEW [New York NY] 1990KMOX [St.
Louis MO] 1992 - VP/GMWGN [Chicago IL] 2005 - VP/GMNow: Tom says (3/05), "I am Vice President and General Manager of News/Talk WGN, Chicago, Illinois."firstname.lastname@example.org Stuart LangstonWVNA [Muscle Shoals AL] 1986WBHP [Huntsville AL] 1989WDRM [Huntsville] 1991Now: Production Director for Clear Channel Huntsville; also APD at Country WDRM-FM and PD at News WBHP-AM, Huntsville, Alabama.stuartlangston@knology.
net Beth LanoKNUU [Las Vegas NV] 1996KQOL [Las Vegas] 1998KJUL [Las Vegas] 1998KSTJ [Las Vegas] 1998-2007Now: Beth says (3/07), "I am still in Las Vegas ... working as a professional musician in the Monty Python's Spamalot orchestra at Wynn Las Vegas, playing the French horn in that group; I also have a side business doing voice-overs; I look forward to getting back into radio at some point, but for now, I am enjoying the music business and a little break from radio; I have enjoyed a rich and full life as both a radio host and a musician; I've performed with everyone from Sinatra to Metallica, and appear on several critically acclaimed jazz recordings; as a radio host, my favorite interviews have been with Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Andy Garcia, Dan Rather and Dennis Miller; and the late Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter, of whom I asked the question, 'Of all the animals you've encountered .
.. which one scares you the most?' His reply...'Parrots.' Apparently in Australia (where his family actually owns the national zoo), there's a huge problem with wild parrots, so Steve started a parrot sanctuary and the parrots would 'just as soon bite your fingers off' than be rescued from their eventual and inevitable road-kill fate."email@example.com Howard Lapides (Michael O'Shea)Now: Personal manager, TV and radio executive producer, President and CEO Lapides Entertainment Organization, Los Angesles, California.
firstname.lastname@example.org David LaPradWPVA [Petersburg VA] 1966 - George LaPradWAZY [Lafayette IN] 1967KOIL [Omaha NE] 1968WAZY [Lafayette] 1971WFYR [Chicago IL] 1978-1982Now: David says (6/09), "I am a novelist in Atlanta, Georgia; I enjoyed covering Chicago City Hall intrigue."email@example.com Charles LaquidaraKPPC [LA] 1967WBCN [Boston MA] 1969WZLX [Boston] 1996-2000WBOS-FM [Boston] 2006Now: Eli Sherer reports (5/06), "Charles can be heard on WBOS-FM in Boston, and on the Internet, doing a one-hour program called Back Spin, featuring nine songs from one year; in an hour, that leaves pleny of time for Laquidara to talk :-).
"bigmattress.com/weblog/email_form.html Dan Larkin KVIL [Dallas TX] 2001-2004Now: I am in Los Angeles working as a producer and voice talent; I have been an executive producer for Westwood One and GreenStone Media and have worked in affiliate relations for Premiere and Westwood One."firstname.lastname@example.org Jim LarkinWBET/WXBR [Boston MA] 1982Now: Jim says (9/11), "I started this radio program of Irish music & comedy on WBET Radio (Now WXBR) 1460am in Brockton, Massachusetts in February 1982.
This show is still on the radio."IrishRadio@comcast.net Henry LaRocca KLVI [Beaumont TX] 1976-1980Now: Henry says (2/10), "I really enjoyed my years in radio; it spun off into two other areas for me: voice-overs and mobile disc jockey service; in 1991, I took over the family business and am a master plumber in Beaumont, Texas."email@example.com Brad LaRock KSOX [McAllen TX] 2005Now: Brad says (10/05), "I am Local Sales Manager for BMP Radio, McAllen, Texas.
Married; Living in south Texas and dodging Hurricanes; also doing freelance for the Dallas Cowboys and P.A. voice for the Arena Football League Dallas Desperados and AF2 Arena Cup Games."firstname.lastname@example.org Julius LaRosaWNEW [New York] 195?Now: ??? Chris Larsen aka Lars WIIL [Kenosha WI] 2001Now: Lars says (3/06), "In addition to doing weekends, overnights, fill at Rock WIIL-FM, Kenosha, I'm voice-over talent at TopHat Media Group based in Trevor, Wisconsin.
"email@example.com Mark Larsen WWBA [Tampa FL] 2001WFLA [Tampa] 2011Now: Mark says (8/11), "I'm doing swing at News/Talk WFLA, Tampa, Florida."firstname.lastname@example.org Marty LarsenWRDL [Ashland OH] 1970WNCO/WNCO-FM [Ashland] 1970Now: Marty is Sales Manager for WNCO AM/FM, Ashland, WQIO Mt Vernon, WGLN Galion, WBZW Loudonville, WWBK Fredericktown, WMVO Mt. Vernon.email@example.com Upgrade to Complete ListingBob LarsonKBDF [Diamond Lake OR] 2012Now: Bob says (8/14), "I am president of Oldies KBDF-FM, and a school bus driver in South Umpqua, Myrtle Creek, Oregon.
"firstname.lastname@example.org Brent LarsonKBUH [Brigham City UT] 1959KMUR [Salt Lake City] 1961KNAK [Salt Lake City] 1962KOVO [Provo] 1965KCPX [Salt Lake City] 1967KYA [San Francisco] 1968 - Bob BoogaluKUUZ [Boise ID] 1969 - ownerKXA [Seattle] 1974 - ownerKYYX [Seattle] 1978 - ownerKLZX/KSOS [Brigham City UT] 1986 - ownerKXOL [Brigham City] 1998 - ownerNow: Brent says (10/07), "I am retired in Nevada."earlyseptember@gmail.
com Laurie LarsonKUNM [Albuquerque NM] 1984KZKL [Albuquerque] 1987-1989KKOB/KKOB-FM [Albuquerque] 1988-1991KLSK [Santa Fe NM] 1991KKHG [Tucson AZ] 1994KSLX [Phoenix AZ] 1996 Jacor, Critical Mass Media, Steve Casey Research [Phoenix] 1997KAZL/KESP [Payson AZ] 1999-2001KKNT/KPXQ [Phoenix] 2003KKFS/KTKZ/KFIA [Sacramento CA] 2006Now: Laurie is PD of the Salem Sacramento stations: Christian Contemporary KKFS-FM, News Talk KTKZ-AM/FM, and Religious KFIA, Sacramento, Calfornia.
She says (8/07), "You can always count on me to pester the consultants to E X P A N D those tiny playlists; at KKHG, even with a weak signal and a Classic Rock format, I brought up ratings to #1 Adults 25-54 in one Arbitron book ... we were so successful because of our large playlist that perfectly filled the niches."email@example.com Dale Larson KJOT [Boise ID] 2004Now: Dale says (10/04), "I'm doing nights at Classic Rock KJOT-FM, Boise, Idaho; also director of newscasts for KTVB-TV.
It's great fun."RyderK2000@yahoo.com Steve Larson KSPZ [Colorado Springs CO] 2002KKPK [Colorado Springs] 2008Now: Steve says (6/08), "I am working in my studio handling the radio production for Freedom Communications community newspapers around the country, including the Colorado Springs Gazette); and I moonlight weekends on Adult Contemporary KKPK-FM (The Peak 92.9), Colorado Springs, Colorado.
"firstname.lastname@example.org Tom LarsonNow: On air/APD/MD, WBYY, Dover, NH.email@example.com Tony LarsonKUDY [Denver] 1958Passed away. Frank Laseter WSOC [Charlotte NC] 1993Now: Frank is News Director at Country WSOC-FM, Charlotte, North Carolina. He says (Sep 2002), "I have anchored morning news WSOC since 1993. I also voice computer-based training programs for various industries, from yacht builders to dry wall manufacturers.
"firstname.lastname@example.org Chris LashWSEG [Erie PA] 1979WRIE [Erie] 1982WOKW [Ithaca NY] 1985 - Tony BonziniWXKC [Erie PA] 1986WESA/WESA-FM [Pittsburgh] 1989WLTJ [Pittsburgh] 1991WSHH [Pittsburgh] 1992WPXZ [Punxsutawney PA] 1993 - GMWFBG/WFGY/WMXV [Altoona PA] 1997 - station mgrWHJB [Pittsburgh] 1998 - Jon SummersWDAD/WQMU [Indiana PA] 2000-2005WFBO [Daytona Beach FL] 2007WYNS [Dayton OH] 2009 - GM/operatorNow: Chris says (12/09), "After the death of my wife, I moved to Dayton, OH and built the new 89.
3 Hybrid FM, WYNS in Waynesville, Ohio; it's a hybrid format of AC and Country; listen online at hybridfm.net." 9/10 Udate: "I own 1540 The Farm, WRTK in Youngstown, OH and 1570 WANR in Warren, OH."email@example.com Bob LasprogatoWNAB [Bridgeport CT] 1964-1966 - Bob FredricksWLAD [Danbury CT] 1964-1965 - Bob FredricksWNLK [Norwalk CT] 1964-1974WICC [Bridgeport] 1969-1974 - Jim JordanWJAZ [Stamford CT] 1979-1988WREF [Danbury CT] 1988-1996WPKN [Bridgeport] 2003Now: Bob says (12/03), "I am putting together a syndicated jazz radio show and have issued a CD with my band Uptown Jazz.
I am doing some fill-in air shifts at Public WPKN-FM, Bridgeport, CT."firstname.lastname@example.org Bill LatourNow: Producer in Chicago. Became recording artist on Island Records. Had #1 dance hit "People Are Still Having Sex" in email@example.com Forrest Latta KIKI [Honolulu HI] 1978 - Bobby BanyanNow: Forrest says (5/09), "I am in Mobile, Alabama, where I have practiced law since 1983, often representing clients in the broadcast media; and I occasionally do voice-overs.
"Forrest.Latta@Burr.com Jeff LaurenceWHLD [Buffalo NY] 1968 - Jeff GillWJJL [Buffalo] 1970 - Jeff GillWTKO [Ithaca NY] 1972 - Jeff GillWENE [Binghamton NY] 1972WOLF [Syracuse NY] 1973WHEN [Syracuse] 1974WLCY [St. Petersburg FL] 1976WDAE [Tampa FL] 1978WSUN [St. Petersburg] 1981WQAM [Miami FL] 1983WSUN [St. Petersburg] 1984WMGG-FM [Tampa FL] 1986WFLZ [Tampa] 1988WYUU [St. Petersburg] 1990WCOF [Tampa] 1991WSB-FM [Atlanta GA] 1992WQSR [Baltimore MD] 1995-1995Now: Jeff Owns and operates Autumn Hill Studios, Otto, North Carolina.
He says (3/06), "I am a national voice talent and imaging producer doing radio imaging for stations worldwide and national TV spots for GMC, Wendy's Rug Doctor, Westinghouse, dealer groups for Ford, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Toyota brands."firstname.lastname@example.org Dave LavenderWAYV [Atlantic City NJ] 1988WMGM-FM [Atlantic City] 1990WJRZ [Monmouth/Ocean NJ] 1991KRQQ [Tucson AZ] 1996KWFM [Tucson] 1997KIIM [Tucson] 2002 - 'Cactus' DaveKSZR [Tucson] 2002KIIM [Tucson] 2005 - 'Cactus' DaveNow: Dave says (4/05), "Cactus Dave moves to nights at Country KiiM-FM, Tucson, Arizona.
"email@example.com Tom Lawcock aka John McRaeWMRP [Flint MI] 1962 - Tom RobertsWKHM [Jackson MI] 1964 - Tom RobertsWAMM [Flint] 1966 - Tom RobertsKXIV [Phoenix AZ] 1969 - Tom RobertsWKNR [Detroit MI] 1971WTAC [Flint] 1971 - Captain ZKOY [Phoenix AZ] 1973 - Tom LawrenceWKMF [Flint] 1974WOMC [Detroit] 1974WTAC [Flint] 1976 - Captain ZKQXE/KIOG [Phoenix] 1977WFDF [Flint] 1979WWCK [Flint] 1980KJJJ/KXTC [Phoenix] 1980KOPA/KXAM [Phoenix] 1982KMZK [Phoenix] 1983KNTS [Phoenix] 1984KMEO [Phoenix] 1986-1987Now: Tom says, "Finally out of the BIZ.
Making a lot more money in computers, plus the job security is much better. I never will fire myself." He remembers, "...1) The time I was given the privilege of locking a totally incompetent manager out of the station after he was fired by the Board of Directors. 2) John Small, Bob Chenault myself and others from Keener, on many lunch hours, marvelling at the 'Monkey Woman' at the 52nd Street Showbar down the street on Michigan Avenue.
"firstname.lastname@example.org Blake LawrenceKAUM [Houston] 1976WXKX [Pittsburgh] 1977WMET [Chicago] 1978WHYI [Miami] 1979KRLY [Houston] 1980KLOL [Houston] 1982KKBQ [Houston] 1984KZFX [Houston] 1986KKSF [San Francisco] 1988KDBK/KDBQ [San Francisco/San Jose CA] 1992KKSF [San Francisco] 1993KYOT [Phoenix] 1994 XM Satellite Radio [Washington DC] 2000 - Sr. PD Dance/HitsWQCD [New York NY] 2004-2008Now: Blake says (6/09), "I'm unemployed as a broadcaster but thriving in New York City as a publisher, blogging the dirt that the other radio trades leave behind on All The Excess!"blake.
email@example.com Chuck Lawrence WQSR [Baltimore MD] 1997-2003Now: Chuck says (5/05), "I am a public information officer for the Maryland State Highway Administration."firstname.lastname@example.org David LawrenceWNCI [Columbus OH] 1976WDMT [Cleveland] 1978WGAR [Cleveland] 1980WGCL [Cleveland] 1983 American Comedy Network [Bridgeport] 1983WKCI [New Haven] 1983WLVQ [Columbus OH] 1987WTAE [Pittsburgh] 1988WRQX [Washington DC] 1989WMAL [Washington DC] 1990WMZQ [Washington DC] 1993OnLine Tonight w/David Lawrence [Washington DC] 1994OnLine Tonight w/David Lawrence [Los Angeles CA] 2003-2009Now: David says (4/11), "I'm in Los Angeles, and working as an actor full time; most people know me as the villainous Eric Doyle, the Puppetmaster from HEROES, and I love my life; I teach voice-over and produce VO demos when I'm not on screen, but most of my time is spent acting - just what I wanted.
It's amazing."email@example.com Jay LawrenceKYW [Cleveland] 1961KFI [Los Angeles] 1968KLAC [Los Angeles CA] 1970WNEW [New York NY] 1978KTAR [Phoenix AZ] 1986Now: At News-Talk KTAR, Phoenix, Arizona.firstname.lastname@example.org Jeff Lawrence WODS [Boston MA] 2004Now: Jeff say (5/07), "I'm image director and hold down the night shift at 96.5 The Mill in Manchester, NH, and work weekends at Oldies 103.3 in Boston, MA; I'm still a Rock & Roll Nomad - Rock On!"jefflawrence965@hotmail.
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State of LARadioby Don Barrett (February 4, 2015) When I was in the Santa Monica school system in the 1950s, I took Music Appreciation, hoping that the class would be an hour of r&b and rock ‘n roll music. Instead the experience turned out to be one of the defining moments in my life. On our first day of class, there stood a lanky young man with glasses and a baton. Donald Richardson welcomed us.
Without saying a word, he walked over to a record player, and put the needle on the beginning track of an album. Mr. Richardson walked back to his desk, stepped up on his chair and then onto his desk. All of a sudden Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade oozes into the room. For a half hour, the piece consumed our classroom and our teacher/conductor. To this day, the mere mention of Rimsky-Korsakov sends me back in a zooming time machine to see Mr.
Richardson perched on his wooden desk, immersed in conducting an imaginary orchestra. I never got hooked on Classical music but my startling introduction by Mr. Richardson gave me a music appreciation that lasts to this day, not only for the music but how one teacher can make a difference. He went on to be the music guru for the entire Santa Monica school district. As I was starting to write about all the changes this week at 100.
3/The Sound, KRLA, Power 106, and KABC, I wonder if any of the moves will result in success for the individual or the station. I don’t have a programming crystal ball, but I do know that if you don’t have a ‘Mr. Richardson’ moment or a strong marketing campaign to announce these changes, it won’t make any difference. You’ve heard it before: If you don’t promote, a funny thing happens: NOTHING.
The challenge for most of the radio programmers is to find a way to keep your P1’s while attempting to bring on new listeners – albeit YOUNGER listeners. K-EARTH spent 2014 adding newer music to the playlist from the 80s. It seems like for every 80s song they added, they subtracted a 60s title. Will this lower the demographics of the station while maintaining the cume? We should have a pretty good idea by this time next year.
The KNX audience has aged. As we get older we seem to devour more news. But the cultural landscape has changed. It is pretty tough to ignore the Hispanic listener. If you do, you carve out a chunk of potential PPM audience and toss it away. Wonder what the ‘Mr. Richardson’ idea will be to attract new and younger listeners? The all-News station has been without a program director for months. The new KNX pd will have a challenge to find these new listeners.
Young people – the millennials - are using new devices to watch and listen to content. The type of content millennials are demanding is different from the aging nation. They seem to like everything in shorter bites. Will that be a panacea to attracting these young people with news they want? And what about pop culture? The millennials seem to have an insatiable appetite for what is going on in social media.
To ignore pop culture while repeating business news ad nauseam may be the Achilles heel preventing growth of a younger audience. One of the changes this week is at Bonneville’s 100.3/The Sound. When Mark Thompson ended his impressive run at KLOS, he turned to digital podcasting and boasted over 25,000 subscribers to the daily antics and doings of the Thompson family. For one reason or another he has returned to terrestrial radio.
The Sound is doing an EXCELLENT job with social media. They have created a series of skits utilizing the new morning team and other members of the staff at 100.3/The Sound. They also bought a digital website schedule at cross-town rival KLOS alerting the community that “Mark’s Back” but this time on The Sound. Very creative. Disruptive marketing at its best. Disappointed that KLOS has ignored the onslaught of marketing aimed directly at them.
Fans of Dennis Miller will get a big surprise the first of the week when the perky and pesky former member of Saturday Night Live and Monday Night Football, not only moves from 870/KRLA to 790/KABC, but he will move three hours later, which creates a 15-hour delay. In the world of politics, a lot can happen during the day that will sound terribly dated by the time a morning –originated syndicated show airs late evening.
With a new political Presidential cycle coming up next year, being live will be doubly compelling. Tough to understand this move. Mark Levin gets a promotion from early evening at KABC to afternoon drive at KRLA. Hopefully he won’t have a heart attack with his hyperactive approach in expressing rage and his political views. At least he won’t have Obama to kick around anymore pretty soon. That will be a relief.
KRLA’s Hugh Hewitt moves to early evenings, as does Peter Tilden at KABC. Hopefully management will find creative ways to alert their audiences to their new time slot. Listeners, especially older ones, don’t always hear it the first time. I remember a number of years ago when a reader of LARadio wrote frantically about what happened to Michael Jackson, the radio Michael Jackson. It just dawned on the reader that he wasn’t on anymore.
He had been gone for almost three years. The fast-moving developments with Big Boy and Emmis' lawsuit against their morning man to prevent him from leaving will provide a new challenge for Emmis in promoting J Cruz as its new morning star. And depending on whether Big goes to iHeart, how will his new morning home in LARadio be marketed? “Content is king” has been a mantra for decades as the way to make successful movies, tv, and radio.
If we keep doing the same things over and over again, there isn’t much reason to keep listening. Should radio be unpredictable? What is more immediate than radio? Certainly social media is immediate. Radio better not fall behind in content distribution. The traditional content business eventually becomes mediocre. It is harder to create new ideas and new content. Almost anything is going to take more effort.
It is going to take much more ingenuity and scrambling to be bold and different. For the programmer, your real job is to grow new business. Streaming helps grow the radio business but it doesn’t seem that the radio biz wants to put any effort into creating new content. Just simulcast terrestrial. Remember when the FCC stopped AM & FM stations from simulcasting? This act of separation forced the industry to create new programming.
HD had a moment in the spotlight, but there was no compelling programming to encourage the consumer to go out and purchase this new-fangled receiver. I remember lunching with the ceo at Sirius a while back. He was pontificating about the second satellite that he had recently launched to carry the programming. He wasn’t happy when I told him the solution to his woes was not more hardware. His problem was a lack of compelling content.
Give us a compelling reason to spend $12 a month and we will. Enter Howard Stern, and the world of Satellite Radio changed forever that day. Howard’s move disrupted the status quo. He was the ultimate disrupter. No one has come along since Howard to be a disrupter and create appointment listening on a mass-media basis. Howard arrived more than two decades ago. That’s a long void with no new disrupter.
The consumer is the ultimate decider on whether it is worth investing in cable tv, Satellite radio or whatever the new delivery device will be. Is radio investing in personalities, approaches, and content? Digital is the buzzword of the day. Ask a radio time salesperson what is Digital Radio and you will get as many answers as people you ask. Advertising dollars are moving to digital. Where is radio’s YouTube? Where is the next idea coming from that will keep LARadio fresh, new, and vibrant? Did you know that YouTube has its own original content half-time show during Super Bowl last Sunday? I wonder if any of the LA stations had any counter-programming? Meanwhile, with the personnel changes this week, find a way to tell the listener.
You ask advertisers to use radio to sell their wares, why not use other media to alert your potential listener? -Don Barrett
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