The Science of a Great Break, by Paul Kaye

Science is fact. You can’t argue with facts. Therefore we should turn to science to help guide us. Often when we talk about great content people share nothing more than their opinion or belief about why it was a success.

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Published on September 26, 2016 at 9:30 pm by Voice Over

Gerry Rafferty has today’s almost forgotten track


The name Gerry Rafferty means one thing to most people and that would be his classic Baker Street, or for those who know his history, Stuck in the Middle With You by Stealer’s Wheel, but long before Baker Street, he incorporated his folk roots with pop on a number of fine songs including this one..

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Published on at 9:12 pm by Greg Simpson

TUESDAY in Broadcast History .. Sept. 27th


Celebrities born this date include Randy Bachman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jayne Meadows, William Conrad, Greg Morris, Wilford Brimley, and Meat Loaf.
John Palmer replaced Chris Wallace as news anchor of NBC’s Today Show; Steve Allen (pictured) started his run as first host of NBC’s Tonight Show; Dolly Parton’s short-lived variety show debuted on ABC-TV; Patti Page had the #1 song with ‘I Went to Your Wedding’; the Beach Boys performed on CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show; and Bob Dylan had a concert at Carnegie Hall.
Taking their final curtain call Sept. 27th were actors Lloyd Nolan and Robert Montgomery, song and dance man Donald O’Connor, British entertainer Gracie Fields, and John Facenda, the mellifluous original voice of NFL films.
Details and ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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Published on at 9:00 pm by Ron Robinson

PROSALESGUY – Emotional Intelligence Leads to Sales Success


There are over 60 qualities of successful Salespeople that lead to success. Luckily, you don’t need all 60 to succeed.

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Published on at 3:53 pm by Dave Warawa

Netflix-like Canadian Streaming Service ‘Shomi’ Throws in the Towel


For $8.99 per month, shomi allowed Canadians to watch a huge selection of TV programming and movies on numerous platforms for Rogers and Shaw TV subscribers.


Published on at 1:58 pm by clockwatcher

Harmonium has today’s almost forgotten track


Harmonium may be the most successful Canadian band that most music fans of today have never heard of…they were from Quebec, recorded in French, and were, to many, our nation’s Genesis…

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Published on at 9:36 am by Greg Simpson

from the Herald, A fond ‘Ver-well’ to Calgary radio icon


Veronelly’s slot in the Odd Squad has been filled by former Country 105 afternoon jock Roger Rhodes.

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Published on September 25, 2016 at 10:03 pm by News Beat

MONDAY in Broadcast History .. Sept. 26th


This date gave us Marty Robbins, Julie London, Olivia Newton John, Kent McCord, and Linda Hamilton.
Vancouver’s CKWX opened a newly-built state-of-the-art radio facility on Burrard Street (pictured); Paul Anka and Roseanne Barr had their stars unveiled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.; the first Nixon-Kennedy Presidential Debate was staged; ‘Beverly Hillbillies’, ‘Gilligan’s Island,’ ‘Jake and the Fatman’ and the original ‘Hawaii Five-Oh’ began their runs on CBS;’The Brady Bunch’ debuted on ABC-TV. and ‘Knight Rider’ began its run on NBC.
Obits Sept. 26th include actors Richard Mulligan (of ‘Empty Nest’) and Charles Correll (of radio’s ‘Amos ‘n’ Andy’), bandleader Billy Vaughn, singer Robert Palmer, and the boop-boop-a-doop girl Helen Kane.
Specifics of ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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Published on at 9:00 pm by Ron Robinson

Arnold Palmer: Early TV’s ‘King of Golf’ Passes at 87


Palmer was a man ..and a great golfer .. who connected with the masses, who related to kids, the hourly wage employee, the CEO — and Presidents.


Published on at 6:09 pm by boredop

Broadcast Journalist George Orr denied run for BC Green Party seat!


Joseph Planta of The Commentary talks with Broadcast Journalist George Orr (Pictured) about his stepping forward to run as a B.C. Green candidate in North Vancouver


Published on at 3:31 pm by Voice Over

After 22 Years, Jane Pauley to Replace Charles Osgood on CBS Sunday Morning


Osgood, 83, announced his retirement plan last month, and Sunday was his final program

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Published on at 10:47 am by clockwatcher

Who Is Hillary Rodham Clinton?


With the first Presidential debate coming up this Monday. Its time to take a look at the Clintons, and politics, Clinton Style! Banned Documentaries – Episode 1: The Hillary Files      


Published on September 24, 2016 at 4:11 pm by News Beat

Caroline Hunter Returning to Radio Life on 99.9 BOB FM


The veteran radio broadcaster is coming out of retirement to join the on-air team at 99.9 BOB FM.

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Published on at 10:16 am by Voice Over

Oberfeld: Trudeau dished out pablum … served up in a childlike la-di–da speech at UN


Canada’s media may have rooted for the “home” team when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the UN …but let’s keep it real.
Trudeau drew very little attention …and his obvious fawning does NOT bode well for current negotiations with China.


Published on September 23, 2016 at 12:08 pm by Voice Over

NAB Marconi Award winners announced last night


NTS Media On Line covers the NAB Awards from Nashville

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Published on at 11:44 am by Voice Over

Latest Job Submission for Morning Host/Producer in Fort St. John, B.C.


Moose FM is Looking for a Morning Host/Producer. Details Inside

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Published on at 8:22 am by Voice Over

Terry and Susan Jacks in Hospital Fighting Serious Health Issues


Terry, 72, was transferred to Lions Gate Hospital while he recuperates from another stroke, while Susan, 68, has been in Surrey Memorial Hospital for several weeks with kidney problems.


Published on September 22, 2016 at 11:31 am by clockwatcher

The Secret to LONG TERM Radio Advertising by Ryan Ghidoni


See larger returns when you break your ad goals into smaller attainable steps.

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Published on September 21, 2016 at 9:20 pm by Voice Over

CBC Correspondent Terry Milewski Announces Retirement

According to his bio on the CBC website, Milewski has worked in 30 countries over 30 years with the broadcaster. And early on he worked in private radio news in Victoria.

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Published on September 20, 2016 at 10:50 am by Ron Robinson

Michael Rivero: Could Syria Cease Fire Failure Cause WW III?


Money Laundering began with Bill Clinton, as Governor of Arkansas – Lots of people have died in trying to expose this corrupt family


Published on September 19, 2016 at 10:07 pm by Voice Over

What Makes A Winner? by Paul Kaye

There is something magnetic about winners; they possess qualities that grab our attention and pull us toward them. Spotting a winner isn’t difficult; they stand out in a crowd. Always! But why is that? What makes them stand out? The answer is simple…

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Published on at 9:34 pm by Voice Over

Newcap Red Deer, Alberta seeks a General Sales Manager


Newcap radio in Red Deer is on the hunt for a new General Sales Manager

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Published on September 12, 2016 at 5:23 pm by Voice Over

Red Robinson Appointed to Order of British Columbia

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Red started working as a disc jockey at the age of 16 at CJOR Vancouver, and was was one of the first DJs to play Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly…


Published on June 23, 2016 at 9:10 am by boredop

Puget Sound Radio Job Opportunities Ads Relaunched


Puget Sound Radio is the most read radio board in Canada with over 2 million annual page views
On average we surpass 60,000 Sessions with over 30,000 ‘Unique’ monthly users (Source: Google Analytics)

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Published on December 9, 2015 at 11:13 am by Voice Over