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Premiere Networks: Syndicated personality Delilah recently helped iHeartMedia WLIT (93.9 Lite FM)/Chicago ring in the holidays with a live broadcast from the ''Friends'' Pop-Up Experience at the AT&T Flagship Store on Michigan Ave. Delilah joined Program Director and afternoon host Mick Lee for the broadcast, and then they united with the entire Lite FM staff that night for a ride on the station float for the annual Magnificent Mile Lights Festival Parade.
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Yea Networks: ''The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show'' just returned from their annual Kidd's Kids trip to Walt Disney World, which ran from November 21-25. Each November since 1991, the show takes families with children who have life-threatening or life-altering conditions on a five-day VIP trip. This year, 40 families from affiliate markets took the trip. The program also broadcast their show live from Walt Disney World.
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KRMG-FM/Tulsa: KRMG's 14th annual Stories of Light fundraiser to benefit Make-A-Wish Oklahoma is set to raise $300,000 during the three-day radiothon. To date, it's raised more than $3 million. The KRMG team moved its entire broadcast to LaFortune Park in Tulsa for the radiothon and encouraged listeners to stop by with donations. They are joined by Make-A-Wish staff, volunteers, KRMG supporters, and past Make-A-Wish kids.
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Beasley Media Group: Employees from Beasley Media Group's Las Vegas cluster recently rolled up their sleeves to volunteer at Opportunity Village, a non-profit organization which serves adults in Southern Nevada. Team members lent a helping hand by changing out decorations for the Halloween/Christmas transition at Opportunity Village's ''Magical Forrest.''
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Westwood One: Country superstar Miranda Lambert joined Elaina Smith, co-host of Westwood One's syndicated Country radio show, ''NASH Nights Live,'' for her podcast "Breaking Thru with Elaina." The show featured a new long form conversation about where Lambert is today and how she got to the new music.
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KONO-FM/San Antonio: Dave Rios is celebrating 26 years at KONO 101.1/San Antonio's Greatest Hits and on Saturday, November 2, he'll be inducted into The Texas Radio Hall of Fame in Kilgore, TX.
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WRKO-AM/Boston: Bill O'Reilly, host of Key Networks syndicated daily radio program "The O'Reilly Update," with friends from iHeartMedia affiliate WRKO-AM/Boston at a sold-out live special event, ''An Afternoon with Bill O'Reilly.'' He launched his 15-minute daily radio program in late April and now has 175 affiliates. L-R: WRKO midday host VB, Bill O'Reilly and WRKO morning host Jeff Kuhner. Photo credit: Mario Jarjour
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KKXA-AM/Everett WA: Classic Country KXA celebrated it's 8th birthday over the weekend at the Scuttlebutt Taproom with morning guy Stitch Mitchell, live bands and Chickensh*t Bingo.
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KHPR-FM/Honolulu: HPR/Hawaii Public Radio ''All Things Considered'' host Dave Lawrence spends time with 10,000 Maniacs' Dennis Drew & Mary Ramsey during their debut Hawaii performance at the Blue Note Hawaii.
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SiriusXM: Howard Stern commemorated the official grand opening of SiriusXM Hollywood Studios this week, welcoming some of the biggest stars in entertainment for news-making interviews, comedy and live performances. Stern's first West Coast broadcast in almost 20 years kicked off with guests Jennifer Aniston, Robert Downey, Jr., Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Levine and Arnold Schwarzenegger. L-R: Howard Stern and Jennifer Aniston.
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Beasley Media Group: Beasley Media Group CEO Caroline Beasley and Washington Post publisher/CEO Frederick J. Ryan were recently honored at The Media Institute's 40th Annual ''Free Speech Gala'' on Monday, October 7. The event took place at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington, DC. L-R: Frederick J. Ryan, Media Institute President Richard Kaplar and Caroline Beasley.
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Skyview Networks: This year's star-studded event, Experience Momentum, filled the Park HyattOnyx Room in New York and was attended by clients from all across the country. The event showcased Skyview's 2020 audio platforms with the networks' top personalities. L-R: ABC's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton, Vice President and General Manager Stacia Deshishku, GMA's Ginger Zee.
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Alpha Media/Brookings SD: FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and FCC Special Counsel Preston Wise visited Alpha Media/Brookings, SD, to meet the staff and take a tour. Pai was in Brookings to see the new Precision Ag Center at South State University and to visit with students about that new, high-tech program. L-R: News Director Perry Miller and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.
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Premiere Networks: Syndicated personality Delilah was presented with the AFN Challenge Coin by Curt Eckstein and Tom Arnholt of American Forces Radio, on September 26, at the 2019 Radio Show. In the tradition of military challenge coins, which have been issued to service men and women since World War I as a symbol of honor, respect, gratitude and loyalty, Delilah was chosen for her unwavering support of service members and veterans. L-R: Tom Arnholt (AFN Programming and Operations), Premiere Networks President Julie Talbott, Delilah and Curt Eckstein (AFN Programming and Operations)
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Sam Alex Show: Valory's Brantley Gilbert caught up with The Sam Alex Show's Alex backstage before Gilbert's sold-out show at the Hollywood Caino Amphitheater in St. Louis.
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Beasley Media Group: Beasley Media/Boston employees recently rolled up their sleeves to help individuals and families in need during the company's recent ''Day of Caring.'' The event, held in conjunction with the company's Community of Caring Initiative, took place on Wednesday, September 11 at the Greater Boston Food Bank. The group sorted and packed 12,206 lbs of food that will provide 10,172 meals or feed a family of 4 for 2.3 years.
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WJVL-FM/Janesville: WJVL Program Direcctor Justin Brown and his wife Mary visit with Dustin Lynch during on stop on the Very Hot Summer Tour in Chicago on September 14.
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WJMN-FM/Boston: Following the ''Summer Jam,'' Ashlee of Ashlee and the New JAM'N Morning Show sat down with Megan Thee Stallion and discussed Nicki Minaj's retirement announcement. L-R: DJ Pup Dawg, Ashlee, Megan Thee Stallion, Santi and DJ 4eign. (Photo credit: Bethany Anna)
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WMMR-FM/Philadelphia: Beasley Media Group Philadelphia employees recently rolled up their sleeves to lend a helping hand at the Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA) as part of the company's 2019 Day of Caring Initiative. The group provides medically appropriate meals, three a day, seven days a week, for area residents affected by chronic, life-threatening illnesses. L-R: WMMR-FM's Bill Weston, Jacky Bam Bam and Bill Burns assemble boxes of food at MANNA.
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KOZN-AM/Omaha: NRG's KOZN (1620 The Zone) ''Unsportsmanlike Conduct'' afternoon show originated at Horseshoe Casino in Council Bluffs, IA, on the first day of legalized sports betting. L-R: VP/GM of Caesars Entertainment Samir Mowad, John Bishop and Josh Peterson.
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Premiere Networks: Radio and CMT personality Cody Alan, host of CMT After MidNite and CMT Radio Live, stopped by The Bobby Bones Show this week. A fellow Nashville-based, Premiere Networks-syndicated personality, Alan discussed with Bones his journey to radio and TV, as well as his introduction to Country music and the first concert he attended. L-R: Bobby Bones and Cody Alan in The Bobby Bones Show studio in Nashville.
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Yea Networks: The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show took the opportunity to spread out across four of their affiliate markets last week for a Thursday Meet-Up with thousands of KiddNation members. Co-host Big Al Mack visited WDOD (Hits 96) in Chattanooga, TN, on August 8, where he was the guest of honor at the Chattanooga Lookouts baseball game. L-R: Big Al Mack and Brantley Bell of the Chattanooga Lookouts.
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Premiere Networks: Last week, 2019 Radio Hall of Fame inductee Hollywood Hamilton took home a 1 Music Ave Award. Held during the 2019 1 Music Ave conference in Fort Lauderdale, FL, from August 4-6, the awards honor the year's best in music and radio. Syndicated ''Remix Top 30 with Hollywood Hamilton'' was honored in the Best Syndicated Show category for the second time in three years. L-R: Standing: Cary Vance (1 Music Ave), Marina Bello (Director of Operations, Remix Top 30), DJ Noradic, Bodega Brad, Kidd Leo, DJ Gozzi, DJ Kue, Phil Nieves (Ultra Records) Kneeling: Lorne Padman (Dim Mak Records), Hollywood Hamilton, Eric Hertzog (Producer, Remix Top 30) and Brian Fink (Evolution Program Director)
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Westwood One: Westwood One's new Urban AC show ''Rick and Sasha'' was honored in Atlanta with a local music and radio award for ''Best Syndicated Morning Show.'' In less than a year on the air, Rick and Sasha are making waves and reaping ratings success with their relatable content and focus on community. The event brought area radio and music professionals together to salute excellence in the industry. The ceremony was held at Backstage Atlanta.
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iHeartMedia Louisville: iHeartMedia Louisville hosted its inaugural Community Breakfast on Friday, August 2 at the Muhammad Ali Center. The invitation-only event united over 125 community leaders, business partners and non-profit organizations to showcase iHeartMedia Louisville's continued commitment to the community. L-R: Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer; iHeartMedia Kentucky-Indiana Region President Earl Jones; and NewsRadio 840 WHAS Afternoon Personality Terry Meiners at the iHeartMedia Louisville Inaugural Community Breakfast.
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Dave Ramsey Show: The next time syndicated financial host Dave Ramsey opens his show with the familiar phrase, "debt is dumb, cash is king," he'll be live from a new studio in the newly-constructed Ramsey Solutions headquarters just outside Nashville. The studio is the focal point of the six-story headquarters -- phase one of a plan that includes 600,000 square feet of office space and a 50,000 square foot conference center.
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Beasley Media Group: In recognition of National Intern Day on July 25th, Beasley Media Group is paying tribute to the many outstanding students participating in internship programs throughout its 64 radio outlets. The company has created special congratulatory messages to share on social media to celebrate the ''future industry leaders'' for their many contributions at the stations. Photo: WCSX-FM interns featured at station events in the Motor City.
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NBC Sports Radio: This past weekend, NBC Sports Radio was on-site broadcasting live from the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, NV. The network produced seven national radio shows from the driving range at Edgewood Tahoe Golf course. L-R: Mark Malone and Dan Schwartzman with 49ers kicker Robbie Gould.
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Beasley Media Group: BMI Songwriter and Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville artist Ingrid Andress performed during a special dinner on Wednesday, June 26 at the 2019 Florida Association of Broadcasters' annual convention. The two-day event took place on June 26-27 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. L-R: Beasley CEO/BMI board member Caroline Beasley, BMI Songwriter Ingrid Andress, BMI VP/Industry Relations Dan Spears, FAB Board Chair and Sinclair Broadcast Group/West Palm Beach Market Manager Mike Pumo and Hubbard Radio Chair & CEO/BMI board member Ginny Morris.
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WSOU-FM/New York: The student-run radio station at Seton Hall University, set a new record for donations to its annual clothing drive for the Our Lady of the Sioux Church on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. The station collected enough clothing to fill 14 large boxes with clothes for all ages and all seasons. L-R: Sports Director Dalton Allison, Staff Rep Kaleigh Diamond, News Director Bob Towey, Technical Operations Director Jillian Fitzpatrick and Assistant News Director Ronald Castaneda.
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Celebrity Page TV: Radio and TV personality Sam Alex hosted a Celebrity Kickball Game at CMA Fest to promote the #GetCaughtrReading campaign. Pictured with Warner Music Nashville artist William Michael Morgan who donated a book to the cause.
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Westwood One: Blair Garner, host of Westwood One syndicated ''The Blair Garner Show,'' presented a private Center Point Road listening party for Thomas Rhett fans who won their way in to the special event at Cumulus WKDF (NASH FM 103.3) last week in Nashville. L-R: Valory's Ashley Sidoti, Chris Palmer, Thomas Rhett, Garner, WKDF's John Shomby, Tyler Reese and Kelley Brock.
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