25 Most Recent Posts on PSR
- FRIDAY in Broadcast History .. Aug. 1st
- The Gap Band - Today's Almost Forgotten Track
- Darren Brown Moves from APD/MD To PD at CRUZ
- CRTC Approves Clear Sky Radio's Acquisition of CKVN-FM Lethbridge, Alberta
- (Programming) 40 Secrets from Successful Morning Shows
- THURSDAY in Broadcast History .. July 31st
- This Mortal Coil - Today's Almost Forgotten Track
- Kelsey Lehman Moves To Middays At Virgin 104.9
- Oberfeld: EVERYONE Who Truly Supports Democracy Should Back Israel Against Terrorists
- Andrew Chang Replacing Gloria Macarenko as CBC Vancouver TV News Anchor
- Will There Ever Be Another 'Seinfeld'?
- Job Interviews are a Two Way Street
- 86-yr old Dodgers' Voice Vin Scully will Return for His 66th Season
- WEDNESDAY in Broadcast History .. July 30th
- Smith - Today's Almost Forgotten Track
- ESPN Suspends Stephen A. Smith over 'Insensitive' Domestic Violence Talk
- I heard it on the radio: Who did it best?
- Award-winning radio voice Tarzan Dan is also a dance photographer on the rise
- RIP Reverend Rod Booth, ex-broadcaster
- LA Dodgers are #1, but 70% of Fans Can't Access Their Games on TV
- Clear Sky Radio Awarded new FM Radio Station in Cranbrook and the East Kootenay
- Sonic 104.9 Vancouver's Kid Carson Got Married
- TUESDAY in Broadcast History .. July 29th
- Nanci Griffith - Today's Almost Forgotten Track
- Jessica Jackson settles in on mid-days with The Bear
It’s the date Tempestt Bledsoe of The Cosby Show was born, along with rocksters Jerry Garcia and Tim Bachman, plus actors Arthur Hill and Henry Jones,
CKWX signed on in Vancouver from the Belmont Hotel, CKDA Victoria moved down the dial to 1280 Khz, Duncan’s CKAY Radio became SUN-FM, Johnny Cash signed with Columbia Records, ‘Good Times’ aired its final episode on CBS-TV, and WMCA radio in New York City published its first record chart.
The Beatles’ ‘A Hard Days Night’ was #1, the Rolling Stones played the London Palladium for the first time, and Roy Orbison recorded his future smash, ‘Oh Pretty Woman.’
Details and ALL the milestones for Aug. 1st INSIDE.
In Greg Simpson’s series…
The Wilson Brothers, who were the heart of The Gap Band, signed to a larger label
A big congrats to Darren Brown who is set to take over the PD role at CRUZ Edmonton, where he’s currently APD/MD.
Paul Larsen and Clear Sky Radio are on a roll… CRTC approves another application
Steve Reynolds shares tips with RadioInk about successful morning radio shows
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The emergence of the 4 a.d. label in the 80s represented the production of music that had a sound outside the mainstream but, somehow, it became one of the most successful and influential labels of that decade…among the hits was this remake of a Tim Buckley song by This Mortal Coil which elevated it into […]
Congrats to Kelsey who announced the move on her Facebook page. “Pumped to say I have a new home on 104.9 Virgin Radio! When I got into radio, I made a list of goals I wanted to accomplish in my career, and I can now say I just crossed off the top goal on that […]
CBC Vancouver is making changes to its local TV newscast, announcing today that Andrew Chang, who recently left the anchor desk at CBC News Montreal, will become the anchor of the supper hour broadcasts, replacing longtime staple Gloria Macarenko.
Dave Warawa our ProSalesGuy talks about the Questions….
Clear Sky moves into British Columbia’s Kootenays!
After 26 years at CKNW, Bill Good today announced his retirement
After 25 years at CKNW, Phillip Till is Retiring.
It’s the date of birth for Dallas Cowboy’s’ owner Mark Cuban, actors Don Murray and Dean Cain, singer Gary Lewis and sportscaster Curt Gowdy.
‘Jack Armstrong the All-American Boy’ debuted on the radio, Leeza Gibbons debuted on TV’s Entertainment Tonight, Vancouver’s AM 600 debuted a new Standards format, CBC Newsworld debuted on Canadian cablesystems, anchor Chet Huntley reitred from NBC-TV, and Alanis Morissette started a Canadian tour in Vancouver.
Signing off for the last time were Mitch Miller, singers Jim Reeves and Anne Shelton, bandleader Enoch Light, and Bill Raisch, the one-armed man on TV’s The Fugitive.
See all the July 31st milestones INSIDE.
War IS hell ! It is brutal; it is ugly; it takes the greatest toll on civilians; but, sometimes it IS necessary
Premier Christy Clark has publicly voiced her support for Israel in the war against Hamas in Gaza.