Radio Mans fave with Styx
The band established itself with a progressive rock sound in the 1970s, and began to incorporate pop rock and soft rock elements in the 1980s.
Thursday in Broadcast History .. March 23rd
IT WAS MARCH 23rd .. when the Vancouver World newspaper launched the BC city’s third radio station… When 20-year old Foster Hewitt (pictured) called his first hockey game over the Toronto Star’s pioneer radio station CFCA… When two radio classics, ‘Truth or Consequences’ and ‘ Beat the Clock’ first appeared, ten years apart .. When Elvis Presley auditioned (unsuccessfully) for Arthur Godfrey’a Talent Scouts on CBS radio & TV… When after 15 years Hugh Downs hosted the final NBC episode of the daytime quiz show ‘Concentration’… and when the 30-minute daytime drama “The Bold & the Beautiful” had its premiere on CBS-TV. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.
PSR’s 6 o’clock Wednesday Night News with the News You Should Know…
[DS] Backed Into A Corner, Optics Are Important, They All Lose, Retribution – X22 Report
Seattle-Tacoma PPMs for February 2023
For the first time in many radio moons, there are No Talk Shows in the Top Three.... Classic Rock KZOK FM moves into first place, bumping KJEB into second place. Alternative KEXP FM tin 3rd place.
Radio Mans fave with Billy Joel
William Martin Joel (born May 9, 1949) is an American singer, pianist, and songwriter. Commonly nicknamed the "Piano Man" after his signature song of the same name
Wednesday in Broadcast History .. March 22nd
IT WAS MARCH 22nd when NBC Radio’s “Voice of Firestone”, a 30-minute showcase of semi-classical music, became the first commercial radio program to be carried simultaneously on both AM and FM stations… When Vancouver’s CFMI 101.1 FM signed on with an automated rock/country hybrid format … When Barry Manilow made his first television appearance, performing “Mandy” and “It’s A Miracle” on ABC’s “American Bandstand”… When Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash & Roger Miller guested on an ABC John Denver TV special … and when two disparate music acts Bob Dylan and Liberace played NBC-TV’s Late Night with David Letterman. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.
PSR’s 6 o’clock Tuesday Night News with the News You Should Know…
Trump Will Become More Powerful Than The [DS] Could Ever Imagine,[DS] Trapped, Justice – X22 Report
Sharks Hockey Goalie Refuses To Wear Pride Jersey For Religious Beliefs
James Reimer announced on Twitter he will not wear a pride-themed warmup jersey before the game against the New York Islanders.
Radio Mans fave with The Rascals
The Rascals (initially known as The Young Rascals) were an American rock band, formed in Garfield, New Jersey, United States, in 1965.
Tuesday in Broadcast History .. March 21st
IT WAS MARCH 21st .. when Portland radio station KGW began broadcasting…. When Shirley Booth (pictured) made her TV acting debut in “The Hostess with the Mostest” on Playhouse 90 on CBS…. When CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show starred Gary Lewis & the Playboys singing “This Diamond Ring”…. and when on the CBS-TV prime time soap “Dallas,” JR was shot. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.
PSR’s 6 o’clock Monday Night News with the News You Should Know…
[D]s Trying To Regain Power, The Path Forward Is Being Set, Think Precedent, Do Not Fear – X22 Report
Radio Mans fave with Steely Dan
Steely Dan is an American rock band founded in 1971 in New York by Walter Becker (guitars, bass, backing vocals) and Donald Fagen (keyboards, lead vocals). Initially the band had a stable lineup, but in 1974 Becker and Fagen retired from live performances to become a studio-only band, opting to record with a revolving cast of session musicians.
Monday in Broadcast History .. March 20th
IT WAS MARCH 20th … when the original Lucky Strike Hit Parade premiered on NBC radio, featuring the top 15 tunes of the week… When Eugene Ormandy conducted the Philadelphia Orchestra on CBS in the first symphony concert to be televised in North America… When a protege of Dick Clark Bobby Rydell (pictured) made his first TV appearance, during the second season of Clark’s daily “American Bandstand” on ABC… When Gibsons BC’s CKAY began testing at 91.7… and when Edmonton public radio station CKUA went dark for five weeks after it ran out of money. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE;
PSR’s 6 o’clock Sunday Night News with the News You Should Know…
Part 1: White Collar Sexual Psychopaths with Jon Uhler – Action4Canada
CNN FAIL: Bill Maher Segments on Friday Nights Don’t Increase Viewer Numbers – Ratings...
A few months ago, CNN announced that they were going to try to boost their Friday night ratings by bringing on comedians. Their first attempt at this was to air segments of Bill Maher.
Radio Mans fave with Robert John
Robert John (born Robert John Pedrick, Jr., January 3, 1946) is an American singer perhaps best known for his 1979 hit single, "Sad Eyes"
Sunday in Broadcast History .. March 19th
IT WAS MARCH 19th … when the first televised prize fight aired in ‘living color’ saw Joey Giardello knock out Willie Troy on NBC …. When Vancouver’s C-FUN AM 1410 flipped to a Top 40 format …. When singer Lesley Gore guest-starred on the last episode of the ABC-TV sitcom “The Donna Reed Show”… And when the final episode of the iconic “Mary Tyler Moore Show” (pictured) aired on CBS-TV. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.
PSR’s 6 o’clock Saturday Night News with the News You Should Know…
James O’Keef exposes the government conspiracy to frame protestors
Radio Mans fave with Men At Work
Men at Work is an Australian rock band formed in Melbourne in 1978 and best known for breakthrough hits such as "Down Under", "Who Can It Be Now?", "Be Good Johnny", "Overkill", and "It's a Mistake".
Saturday in Broadcast History .. March 18th
IT WAS MARCH 18th when a daytime drama based on the Bible “Light of the World” was first heard on NBC radio…. When Joan Rivers made the first of some 62 guest appearances with Johnny Carson on NBC-TV’s ‘Tonight Show’… When the debut episode of “The Greatest American Hero” aired on ABC-TV… When a KOMO-TV news helicopter crashed near the Space Needle, killing the pilot and a photographer.. and when Pat Cashman (pictured) left KJR-FM after 12 years doing morning drive at various Seattle stations. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE
PSR’s 6 o’clock Friday Night Early Edition with the News You Should Know...
[DS] Assets Deployed, Hail Mary Push, There System Is Exposed & Imploding, March Madness – X22 Report
Radio Mans fave with The Rolling Stones
"Brown Sugar" is a song recorded by the English rock band the Rolling Stones. Written primarily by Mick Jagger,
Friday in Broadcast History – March 17th St. Patrick’s Day
IT WAS MARCH 17th when Kate Smith (pictured) came out of vaudeville to begin a 3-decade radio career with Kate Smith Sings, a quarter-hour several times a week on NBC. When the live country TV program “Five Star Jubilee” premiered on N-B-C… When Pres. George W. Bush took to TV to issue an ultimatum to Iraq’s Saddam Hussein .. And when CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show featured singers Paul Anka, the Chad Mitchell Trio and the McGuire Sisters. ALL the milestones for St. Patrick’s Day INSIDE.
PSR’s 6 o’clock Thursday Night News with the News You Should Know…
Trap Has Been Set For The UniParty, Crimes Against Humanity, Treason, We Will Never Forget – X22 Report
Rob Creighton: On Air and Online in Sedalia – The Sound Off Podcast
This week, we've got another long-time radio industry veteran, Rob Creighton. You might not know his name up here in Canada, but down in the States, he's been running shows from Lubbock, Texas to Chicago, Illinois for the last few decades.
Thursday in Broadcast History .. March 16th
IT WAS MARCH 16th … when the president’s daughter, Margaret Truman (pictured), made her professional singing debut in an ABC Radio broadcast from Detroit that attracted 15 million listeners …. When the big winners at the Emmy Awards were The Phil Silvers Show, Robert Young and Loretta Young … When the musical headliners on CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show were singers Janis Joplin and Ed Ames, plus Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer and Boots Randolph… And when Bell Canada acquired another 84 radio stations and 35 cable TV channels from Astral Media for $3.38 billion …. Details and ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.
PSR’s 6 o’clock Wednesday Night News with the News You Should Know…
Scavino Sends Message,Think Andrew Jackson, The [DS] Panic Is Real, Narrative Shift Coming – X22 Report
Radio Mans fave with Whitesnake
Whitesnake are an English hard rock band formed in London in 1978. The group was originally put together as the backing band for singer David Coverdale, who had recently left Deep Purple.
Wednesday in Broadcast History .. March 15th
IT WAS MARCH 15th… when BC got its second radio station, this one operated by The Vancouver Sun, two days after The Province station debuted… When future Montreal rock radio powerhouse CFOX hit the airwaves, under the ownership of Gordon Sinclair Jr… When CBS television introduced its ‘Morning Show’ (pictured), hosted by future iconic news anchor Walter Cronkite… When the first episode of the TV sitcom ‘Mr. Belvedere’ aired on ABC… and when CBS announced it was cancelling its Sunday night lynchpin ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ after 23 seasons. ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.