Thursday, August 11, 2022

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Research Director Inc., PPM Exclusive July ’22 Analysis For Seattle-Tacoma

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For a final time in this cycle, The Ratings Experts from RESEARCH DIRECTOR, INC. – in conjunction with the masters of the algorithm from XTRENDS – once again go boldly forward into the past.

Seattle-Tacoma latest Nielsen numbers for July 2022

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News/Talk KIRO-FM continues to hold first place. All Sport KIRO-AM moves up to tie with Classic Rock KZOK

Winnipeg Radio Man Hal Anderson joins race for city council

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A well-known and popular member of Winnipeg’s media is stepping away from the microphone and throwing his hat in the ring to be a city councillor.

Radio Mans fave with Eric Carmen

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Eric Howard Carmen (born August 11, 1949)[1] is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and keyboardist.

Thursday in Broadcast History .. August 11th

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IT WAS AUG. 11th .. when New York’s WCBS-TV became the first station to televise a baseball game in color .. in fact, a doubleheader between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Boston Braves…. When CBS-TV’s Sunday night variety showcase, The Ed Sullivan Show featured Buddy Knox singing his two rockabilly hits ‘Party Doll’ and ‘Hula Love’… When the folksinging Kingston Trio signed in as the “mystery guests” on CBS-TV’s “What’s My Line?”… ..and when Edmonton radio station CJAX-FM began operations on 92.5 MHz with 100,000 watts. The call letters are now CKNG FM, with a branding of 92.5 The Chuck. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Wednesday News with the News behind the News and Much More…

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FBI Raid Is Not What You Think,[DS] Knows They Lost, Narrative Change, Playbook Known

John Derringer and Q107 part ways amid verbal abuse allegations

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Corus Entertainment says former morning show host John Derringer and Q107 have “agreed to part ways,” effective immediately.

Radio Mans fave with Peter Frampton

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Peter Kenneth Frampton (born 22 April 1950)[1] is an English and American rock musician, singer, songwriter, and producer. He was previously associated with the bands Humble Pie and the Herd

Wednesday in Broadcast History .. August 10th

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ON THIS DAY in 1876 Telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell made the world’s first long-distance call from Brantford to the Bell homestead in Paris, Ontario, using a 13...

Oilers owner Katz has sexual allegations against him dropped

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  by Christopher Oldcorn August 10, 2022 Edmonton Oilers owner Daryl Katz was accused of an inappropriate relationship with a 17-year-old ballerina by an American couple in...

PSR’s 6 o’clock Tuesday News with the News behind the News and Much More…

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Door Has Been Opened,The Enormity Of What Is Coming Will Shock The World,Now They All Lose

Radio Mans fave with Bruce Hornsby & The Range

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Bruce Randall Hornsby (born November 23, 1954) is an American singer-songwriter and pianist.

Tuesday in Broadcast History .. August 9th

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IT WAS AUG. 9th … when radio brought word of a 2nd atomic bomb explosion that would lead to Japan’s surrender & the end of World War II… When the TV program “Ready Steady Go!” premiered on ITV in the UK. The show gave early exposure to such music luminaries as Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones… When two popular Toronto deejays John Spragge and Bob MacAdorey were fired from radio station CHUM… ..and when, following the enormous success of the “Motown 25” TV special two years earlier, NBC debuted the ill-fated “Motown Revue” variety series hosted by Smokey Robinson, which lasted only five weeks. ALL the milestones for Aug. 9th INSIDE.

Did he Lie? PP Claims he never belonged to the WEF

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Notables are Stephen Harper, who ratified Canada belonging to Agenda 21, which Brian Mulroney originally signed in 1992. Then in 2015, two weeks before Stephen Harper left office

PSR’s 6 o’clock Monday News with the News behind the News and Much More…

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Operation [DS] Sting Is Active, Patriots Ready To Clean Out These Old Institutions

Olivia Newton-John dead: Iconic pop star and ‘Grease’ actress was 73

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The “Grease” legend died at her ranch in Southern California Monday morning, surrounded by family and friends following a long battle with cancer.

Radio Mans fave with The Jamies

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"Summertime, Summertime," the group's 1958 single for Epic Records, reached #26 on the US Billboard Hot 100

Monday in Broadcast History .. August 8th

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In 1934, Bing Crosby became the first singer to record for the US branch of Decca Records.  Johnny Cash was at Owen Bradley’s studio in Nashville to record nine tracks during the afternoo Barbara Bel Geddes (pictured), best remembered as matriarch Eleanor “Miss Ellie” Ewing in the TV drama ‘Dallas’, lost her battle with lung cancer at age 82.n and evening, mostly for his first Columbia album “The Fabulous Johnny Cash.”

PSR’s 6 o’clock Sunday News with the News behind the News and Much More…

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Panic In DC, The People Have Been Shown The Way, [D5], Nothing Can Stop This – X22 Report

CNN ratings collapse as network looks for ‘new revenue’—including ‘extending’ the brand in China

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Over at CNN the "hunt is on for new revenue" as the news network's "ratings plummet" and "profits slump" below nearly $1 billion

Greg Gutfeld’s Late-Night Fox Show Destroys Competition

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In an interview with Forbes, Gutfeld said he’s not looking to be an ideological foe, per se, but rather, he just wants to offer viewers something fun to watch.

Radio Mans fave with Aretha Franklin

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Aretha Louise Franklin (/əˈriːθə/ ə-REE-thə; March 25, 1942 – August 16, 2018) was an American singer, songwriter and pianist.

Sunday in Broadcast History .. August 7th

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IT WAS AUG. 7th … when just months before the US was pulled into WWII, WNBT, Channel 4 in New York City, broadcast TV’s first audience-participation show in which studio guests played charades…. When Martin Kane, Private Eye was first heard on Mutual radio…. When 16-year-old Paul Anka (pictured) made his U.S. television debut on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand, lip-synching to his first hit “Diana”… ..and when the reality series Gene Simmons’ Family Jewels had its premiere on the A&E cable network. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Saturday News with the News behind the News and Much More

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Peter Navarro – Decertification Is Possible, History Will Show The [DS] Cheated In The Election

A Radio Blog worth Reading with Pat Holiday

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A look at today's Fred Jacob's Blog. How Paul McCartney thinks and programs his concerts like a radio PD..

Radio Mans fave with Lee Michaels

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Lee Eugene Michaels (born Michael Olsen, November 24, 1945)[1] is an American rock musician who sings and accompanies himself on organ, piano, or guitar.

Saturday in Broadcast History .. August 6th

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IT WAS AUG. 6th … when one of radio’s first serials, Real Folks debuted on NBC radio… When singer Dinah Shore started her own Sunday evening show on the NBC Blue radio network. Later Dinah would also have a successful TV career spanning more than three decades… When Chubby Checker appeared on Dick Clark’s Saturday Night Beechnut Show (ABC TV) and introduced ‘The Twist’… When Jon Stewart closed out his 16 years as host of 'The Daily Show' ... When MOJO RADIO debuted in Vancouver on AM730 with “talk radio for guys” (which would prove to be a mistake)… ..and after establishing himself on Mexican border powerhouses, Wolfman Jack (pictured) debuted on WNBC Radio New York. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

Trump Rally tonight ‘Live’ from Waukesha, Wisconsin…

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Trump Rally Live from Wisconson

PSR’s 6 o’clock Friday News with the News behind the News and Much More…

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Optics Are Important, War-Like Posture Activated? Key Unlocks The Door Of All Doors

Ari Daniel: Be Cool or Be Cast Out – The ‘Sound Off’ Podcast

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I know what you are thinking; with a title like that, the episode involves Rush. It does not. But given all the discussion of Ari's upbringing in the Suburbs of Toronto, and his affinity for playing the bass, this lyric from the song Subdivisions came to my head.