Wednesday, September 28, 2022

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Radio Mans fave with T. Rex

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The band was initially called Tyrannosaurus Rex, and released four albums under this name—three psychedelic folk and one mellow psychedelic rock.

Wednesday in Broadcast History .. September 28th

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William S. Paley (pictured), the founder of CBS was born this date, as was Ed Sullivan, the awkward host of early TV’s Sunday night variety blockbuster on CBS. Sept. 28th saw the first color telecast of a World Series game; The Giselle Mackenzie Show, Miami Vice, Hazel, and Dr. Kildare all made their debuts on NBC-TV, while the same network aired the finale of The Shari Lewis Show (with Lambchop.) CBS-TV aired M*A*S*H episode 100, and John Lennon was a guest deejay on New York’s WNEW-FM. Foster Hewitt described Paul Henderson’s summit-clinching goal against the Soviets, and The Beatles were heard for the first time in North America on the Murray the K radio show. Details and ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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

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Scare Event Being Pushed, Trump Messaging It’s Almost Time, Only At The Precipice

Chris Wallace’s New Show Plummets In Ratings

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Chris Wallace’s new CNN show struggled to get any viewers during its Sunday debut, new ratings data shows, according to reports.

Fred Jacobs returns to The Sound Off Podcast with Matt Cundill

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It has been 515 days since we had Fred Jacobs has been on the show. Back then we were unpacking a lot of the surprising results from a Covid induced Tech Survey.

AC Radio’s Music by he numbers, by Pat Holiday

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Let's go through the Music Universes of the Top AC radio stations in the U.S., and talk about them...

CKNW News Director Gord McDonald Retires after 33 years

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Veteran broadcaster Gord MacDonald announced his retirement this morning on 980 CKNW.

Radio Mans fave with Diana Ross & The Supremes

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The Supremes were an American female singing group and a premier act of Motown Records during the 1960s.

Tuesday in Broadcast History .. September 27th

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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.

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

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It’s Always Good To Be Underestimated,The Old Guard Is In The Process Of Being Destroyed

Doobie Brothers founding member, drummer John Hartman dead at 72

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Musician John Hartman, co-founder and original drummer for the Doobie Brothers, has died at 72 years old.

Radio Mans fave with Eric Clapton

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On 7 September 1976, Clapton wrote "Wonderful Tonight" for Boyd while waiting for her to get ready to attend Paul and Linda McCartney's annual Buddy Holly party. The song is mentioned in her autobiographical book Wonderful Today.

Monday in Broadcast History .. September 26th

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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.

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

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The Narrative Has Shifted, FBI/DOJ/[DS] Exposed, The Truth Is Right In Front Of Everyone

Conrad Black and Rex Murphy lambast “unacceptably incompetent” legacy media

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Columnists and authors Conrad Black and Rex Murphy have blamed the regrettable state of Canadian civil liberties on the “incompetent” and “stupid” legacy media.

Radio Mans fave with Electric Light Orchestra

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The Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) are an English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1970 by songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Jeff Lynne and Roy Wood with drummer Bev Bevan.

Sunday in Broadcast History .. September 25th

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It’s the birthday of Barbara Walters (she’s 90!), Michael Douglas (& his wife), Ian Tyson, Mark Hamill and Heather Locklear. It’s the date XM satellite radio was launched, and saw the debut of Veronica’s Closet on NBC-TV. Rosemary Clooney had a #1 hit in ‘Hey There;’ The Partridge Family (pictured) and a Beatles cartoon series debuted on ABC; Queen was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live; and Elvis Presley performed on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. A host of celebrities left us on Sept. 25th, including Andy Williams, Don Adams, Walter Pidgeon, announcer Art Gilmore, and Seattle radio icon Jerry Kay. Details and ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

What the Media Won’t Tell You about King Charles III

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These short videos of King Charles III document his support for the Great Reset and information about his close friendships and affiliations with pedophiles Jimmy Savile, who was also accused of murder, former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath, and Lord Janner

Positive LGBT Media Coverage “Increases Referrals To Gender Clinics”, by Brad Salzberg

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“Positive media coverage is known to increase referrals to gender clinics.”

Radio Mans fave with Badfinger

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Badfinger had four consecutive worldwide hits from 1970 to 1972: "Come and Get It" (written and produced by Paul McCartney, 1970), "No Matter What" (produced by Mal Evans, 1970), "Day After Day" (produced by George Harrison, 1971), and "Baby Blue" (produced by Todd Rundgren, 1972). Their song "Without You" (1970) has been recorded many times, and became a US and UK number-one hit for Harry Nilss

Saturday in Broadcast History .. September 24th

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It’a the date of birth for Seattle radio legend Pat O’Day (pictured), Jim Henson of the Muppets, Canadian Phil Hartman, Fox Business anchor Lou Dobbs, sportscaster Jim McKay, and Three’s Company’s Audra Lindley. Making their series debut on ABC were The Odd Couple, The Donna Reed Show, The Mod Squad, Growing Pains and The Love Boat. Judy Garland made her TV debut in a Ford special on CBS; 60 Minutes, The Munsters and Petticoat Junction also had their premieres on CBS; and in Canada the CTV National News debuted in a late night quarter hour format. Elvis Presley appeared on the televised Louisiana Hayride on KRKH Shreveport; …and one of the great announcers of bigtime US radio, Harlow Wilcox, took his final breath. ALL the milestones for Sept. 24th INSIDE.

PSR’s Early 6 o’clock Friday News with the News behind the News and Much...

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Space Force Is Very Important, The Lies Are About To Be Exposed, Judgement Is Coming

Canucks expected to be back on Rogers Sportsnet 650

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Sportsnet 650 radio in Vancouver has held Canucks radio rights since 2017, when they won the rights away from TSN 1040.

How One Salesperson Billed $10 Million

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On Day One of Radio Ink’s Radio Masters Sales Summit, Michael Doyle made a presentation called ‘What is Prospecting in 2022.’

Radio Mans fave with The Beatles

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"All You Need Is Love" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles that was released as a non-album single in July 1967

Friday in Broadcast History .. September 23rd

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TV stars Jason Alexander and Chi McBride were born on this date, along with Ray Charles, Bruce Springsteen, Julio Iglesias and John Coltrane. Hank Williams made his final recordings, ‘That’ll Be the Day’ by Buddy Holly & the Crickets was #1, Pay-TV got started with the Rocky Marciano/Jersey Joe Walcott fight; Matlock (pictured) and Marcus Welby MD debuted on ABC, and two Ken Burns epics (The Civil War and The War) debuted on PBS. Leaving this ‘vale of tears’ Sept. 23rd were Canadians Henry Champ and Chief Dan George, actors Cliff Arquette and Mary Frann, country music’s Jimmy Wakely and broadcaster Bill Ballance. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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

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Scavino Message Received, The Direction Is Clear, Justice Is Coming

James Topp serves Global News with notice of libel over white supremacy claims

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Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) veteran James Topp has retained a lawyer and has served Global News as well as its parent company Corus Entertainment Inc. with a notice of libel for falsely painting him as a white supremacist. 

Radio Mans fave with The Blues Image

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Blues Image was an American rock band. They had a hit in 1970 with "Ride Captain Ride", which reached No. 4 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Canadian RPM magazine charts.

Thursday in Broadcast History .. September 22nd

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It’s the date that brought us Meryl Streep, Debby Boone, Joni James, Bonnie Hunt, Martha Scott and CBS newsman Richard C. Hottelet. Maverick, Lost and (pictured) Fulll House debuted on ABC-TV; Friends, Baywatch and Man From Uncle had their premieres on NBC Television; the Everly Brothers performed together for the first time in 10 years; The Supremes recorded their next smash ‘I Hear a Symphony,’ and Bob Dylan played Carnegie Hall… Meantime, CIVT became Vancouver’s newest station, a UHF license that would be viewed by most on cable channel 9. Obits include music makers Irving Berlin, Harry Warren and Eddie Fisher; actors George C. Scott, Gordon Jump, Edward Albert and Jackie Burroughs; and Laugh-In’s Dan Rowan. ALL the milestones for Sept. 22nd INSIDE.