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WJBR-FM/Wilmington: WJBR-FM's 12th annual Nemours Children's Hospital Help Our Kids Radiothon raised a total of $332,648 to benefit the hospital's Child Life Programs. The two-day radiothon took place on September 22-23 from 6am to 6pm on the grounds at the hospital. (L-R): WJBR's Mike Rossi (middays), Deanna Marie (mornings), Justin Franiak (mornings) and Brett Radler (part-time on air).
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KRKO-AM/Seattle: KRKO is celebrating its 100th birthday this week. Included in this group picture, station co-owner Andrew Skotdal, General Manager Chuck Maylin, KRKO Morning Mouth Tim Hunter and other current personalities including Tom Lafferty, Nicky Dee, Maria Gonzales, Ted Buehner, Mark Aucutt and Maury the Movie Guy.
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Radio Advertising Bureau: The Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB), in conjunction with BMI and Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio (MIW) have completed the 14th annual Rising Through the Ranks program, which began with a virtual session on August 2, and continued with in-person meetings on August 9-11. Pictured: 2022 Graduates and Speakers with BMI songwriter and Recording Artist Lauren Alaina.
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WWWZ-FM/Charleston: Cumulus Charleston's Z93 JAMZ and Magic 107.3 presented its "5th Annual 843 Day" on August 4 to help Lowcountry kids going back to school. Every hour from 10am-midnight, the radio stations gave away backpacks on-air -- with a new Chromebook inside and a $25 gift card.
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KRRV-FM/Alexandria: Black Sheep Records artist Janelle Arthur and KRRV Program Director, Melissa Frost visit backstage at the Grand Ole Opry before Janelle's performance honoring the legendary Country Music Icon, Barbara Mandrell. The Grand Ole Opry celebrated Country Music Hall of Fame member Barbara Mandrell on her 50th Anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday, July 30.
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WPZE-FM/Atlanta: WPZE-FM (Praise 102.5)/Atlanta celebrates another historic win. On July 15, the Gospel outlet accepted its sixth Stellar Award as Major Market Gospel Station of the Year at the 37th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards. L-R: Regional VP/General Manager Timothy Davies, air personality Darlene McCoy, recording artist and radio personality Erica Campbell, APD/air talent Neiko Flowers and OM/PD Derek Harper.
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WGTS-FM/Washington DC: WGTS 91.9 just finished the second ice cream social tour of the year with more than 1,000 listeners. At the event, supporters enjoyed games, a live broadcast with afternoon host Johnny and Stacey Stone, and ice cream. The event has connected radio listeners since the initiative started seven years ago. The tour travels to Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC, to meet and greet the WGTS listeners.
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KILT-FM/Houston: KILT-FM (100.3 The Bull) Houston's "The Morning Bullpen," starring George, Mo and Erik, collected 32,793 thank you cards as part of their annual "10k for the Troops" project. Since June 6, the trio has been asking listeners to purchase a thank you card, write a note in it and mail it to the station to deliver to the troops. Pictured are listeners and members from Texas Roadhouse, the Army Battalion and Audacy Houston.
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WGTS-FM/Frederick: WGTS 91.9 is back after two years to host their first ice cream social on June 17. Over 300 WGTS listeners descended on Baker Park in Frederick, MD for free ice cream and a chance to hang out with the WGTS crew. WGTS afternoon show hosts Johnny and Stacey Stone performed in front of a crowd at Baker Park from 3:00 to 7:00 pm. Pictured: WGTS afternoon host Johnny Stone plays "Bible or Not" with listeners.
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Camp Broadcast: Camp Broadcast featured a masterclass for 25 high school & college broadcasters in Chicago last week with guest instructors from ESPN, WGN, NBC, Fox, iHeartRadio and went on a field trip to Audacy Chicago headquarters where our tour was led by Marci Braun (Regional Brand Manager) & Sean "Sonic" Leckie (104.3 Jams afternoon host). L-R: Smith, Fulcher, Anderson, Worley and Sam Alex.
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Premiere Networks: The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show celebrates its one-year anniversary on June 21. The Premiere Networks-syndicated show, which debuted on more than 400 affiliates last summer. L-R: Premiere Networks Executive Vice President, Director of Personality Sales Dan Metter, Premiere Networks President Julie Talbott Clay Travis, Buck Sexton and iHeartMedia President of National Platforms Alan Korowitz.
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KRKO-AM/Everett WA: Governor Jay Inslee stopped by KRKO to read his official proclamation that 2022 was KRKO Centennial Year in Washington State. KRKO received its license on August 25, 1922 from the U.S. Department of Commerce. L-R: Tom Lafferty, Nicky Dee, Maury the Movie Guy, KRKO owner Andrew Skotdal, Governor Jay Inslee, KRKO GM Chuck Maylin, Amp Harrell Front row: Andrew Meyer, KRKO Morning Guy (and RADIO ONLINE writer) Tim Hunter.
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FOX Sports Radio: FOX Sports Radio's Rob Parker, co-host of "The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker," made his stand-up comedy debut at the legendary Comedy Store on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. L-R: Elijah Sebunnya, FOX Sports Radio Digital Content Director; Scott Shapiro, FOX Sports Radio VP of Programming; Rob Parker; Jade Kozup, Premiere Networks Director of Marketing; and Mike Lingard, FOX Sports Radio Executive News Producer & Operations Manager.
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WDRV-FM/Chicago: WDRV-FM (97.1 The Drive)/Chicago morning drive hosts Brian Sherman and Steve Tingle (Sherman & Tingle Show) shaved each other's heads in support of (Brian) Sherman's wife, Katie and all those fighting breast cancer. Also getting in on the shaving action was Keith Hastings, Brand and Content Director for WDRV, who lost his mother to Breast Cancer when he was a teenager.
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WGTS-FM/Washington DC: WGTS 91.9 collected and distributed over 40,000 diapers and wipes from its campaign "Operation Fill the Diaper Bag," one of its Hands and Heart initiatives for 2022. Pictured: Producer Claude Jennings and his son, Manny, take a moment to snap a picture with a listening family.
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WTAM-AM/Cleveland: WTAM/Cleveland announced the launch of "The Mike Trivisonno Fund" to benefit Coats for Kids. During a special seven-hour broadcast day dedicated to the charity, afternoon host Bloomdaddy announced a hefty $400,000 commitment from The Figgie Foundation. L-R: Carmen Angelo (Executive Producer for The Bloomdaddy Show), Keith Hotchkiss (Metro President of iHeartMedia's Cleveland Area), Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Bloomdaddy. (Photo by Mike Picha of iHeartMedia)
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The Gracie Awards: The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation presented the 47th Annual Gracie Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA. The awards recognized exemplary programming created by women, for women and about women in all facets of media. Pictured is Patty Steele on the red carpet. She was honored with National Podcast - Lifestyle Limited Series, for "The Deep 6."
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WGY-FM/Albany: iHeartMedia Albany's News Radio 810 & 103.1 WGY and 99.5 the River recently raised $314,000 as part of its 24th annual Cares for Kids Radiothon to benefit the Bernard & Millie Duker Children's Hospital at Albany Med, the only children's hospital in the region.
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KTIS-FM/Minneapolis: KTIS-FM (Minneapolis) and Life 97.9 (Fargo) simultaneously aired a two-day event on May 12-13 and were able to find over 400 new Child Champions (sponsors) for children living in extreme poverty, through the ministry OneChild. L-R: From NW Media's Life 107.1 in Des Moines, Taylor Hohulin, Andy Yousa, OneChild's Faron Dice and Dave St. John.
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WGN-AM/Chicago: WGN is celebrating its 100th anniversary as the 50,000-watt voice of "Chicago's Very Own" during May and throughout all of 2022. The station traces its origins back to May 19, 1922, when Thorne Donnelley and Elliott Jenkins started broadcasting from the Wrigley Building with their experimental station named WDAP. In 1924, the station acquired new call letters WGN and a new owner, Col. Robert McCormick, editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune.
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WOKO-FM/Burlington: Hall Communications WOKO Burlington/Plattsburg's 15th annual fundraiser for the University of Vermont Children's Hospital, The Big Change Roundup for Kids, concluded on April 29th with an grand total of $347,029.03 collected. WOKO spent the month of April promoting events planned by the community including a pool tournament, a gymkhana, a concert by The Johnny Cash Tribute Show and more.
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KTIS-FM/Minneapolis: 98.5 KTIS teamed up with a generous donor to make Mother's Day extra special for Twin Cities moms who have been struggling in some way this year. The Heart of a Mom initiative made it possible for listeners to nominate their mom or a motherly figure in their life to have their greatest need fulfilled. Five special mothers had needs met that included long-overdue kitchen and bathroom work, and a reliable vehicle.
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Westwood One: On Friday May 6, Kane Brown revealed in an interview on "Nights with Elaina" that he is seriously pursuing a career in acting. While being interviewed by Westwood One's Elaina D. Smith, he shared that he's been working with an agent and his dream role would be as the hero or comedic relief in a horror movie. L-R: Elaina D. Smith and Kane Brown.
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Westwood One: On Friday May 6, Kane Brown revealed in an interview on "Nights with Elaina" that he is seriously pursuing a career in acting. While being interviewed by Westwood One's Elaina D. Smith, he shared that he's been working with an agent and his dream role would be as the hero or comedic relief in a horror movie. L-R: Elaina D. Smith and Kane Brown.
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Premiere Networks: Premiere Networks-syndicated Brooke & Jeffrey program closed out their first-ever Merch for a Cause promotion with a donation of $18,000 for Heart to Heart International's humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. L-R: Brooke & Jeffrey's Young Jeffrey, Brooke Fox, Jose and Alexis.
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KTSY-FM/Boise: 89.5 KTSY Boise's morning show got a surprise visit from Centricity Music recording artist, Brandon Heath. "I was in town for a Younglife Anniversary celebration, so I thought I would come surprise you. I brought donuts!" Dave and Tristi will celebrate 5 years together on the air in July.
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KOZN-AM/Omaha: While preparing for the Jet Awards in Omaha, recognizing the top return specialist in college football, five college greats joined KOZN (1620 The Zone)'s Damon Benning and Gary Sharp. L-R: Ohio State Wide Receiver Ted Ginn Jr., Minnesota Wide Receiver Rick Upchurch, Oklahoma Wide Receiver Greg Pruitt, Nebraska Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny Rogers, Nebraska Heisman Trophy Winner Mike Rozier and KOZN' Damon Benning and Gary Sharp.
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The Sam Alex Show: Atlantic/Bad Realm/WMN's Breland caught up with syndicated host Sam Alex at Live In The Vineyard Goes Country in Napa Valley, California.
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WMMR-FM/Philadelphia: 93.3 WMMR's Preston & Steve Show morning personality Kathy Romano hosted her 13th annual Kathy's Cuts event to benefit Wigs for Kids. The event produced 68 hair donations to benefit the non-profit organization that helps children "look like themselves" and live their lives. L-R: Kathy Romano with donors Mitch and Bridget.
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WRIF-FM/Detroit: 101 WRIF has been named the "Best Local Radio Station" by The Detroit Free Press as part of the "Best of the Best Detroit 2021" Awards. L-R: Detroit VP/Market Manager Mac Edwards, WRIF PD Jade Springart, WRIF Marketing Manager Ken Wasilewski and Beasley Media Group VP of National Content and Director of Detroit Programming Scott Jameson.
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Premiere Networks: Brooke Fox, host of the Premiere Networks-syndicated "Brooke & Jeffrey," joined NBC King 5's New Day Northwest to promote the final days of the radio program's Merch for a Cause. L-R: King 5 Producer Suzie Wiley, King 5 Traffic Anchor Shante Sumpter, Brooke Fox and New Day Northwest Host Amity Addrisi.
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Broadcasters Foundation of America: The Broadcasters Foundation of America honored several industry leaders at its annual breakfast, which took place Wednesday morning.The Leadership Award is presented annually to industry leaders who have made an impact on the broadcast industry and in their local communities. L-R:: Tim McCarthy, Co-President of Broadcasters Foundation and Scott Herman, Chairman of Broadcasters Foundation, pictured with the honorees, Byron Allen, Pierre Bouvard, Christine Travaglini, Dennis Wharton, Ralph Oakley and Gordon Smith.
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