Monday, September 25, 2023

Industry News

PSR’s 6pm Wednesday Night News with the News You Should Know…

[DS] Just Played Their Hand, You Are Witnessing The Destruction Of The Old Guard – X22 Report

Update on Julie Nolin’s fight against Breast Cancer

She is doing her best to stay working and intends to be a more active voice in the early detection of the disease.

Fatima Zaidi: Founder of Quill Inc. and Co-Host on the Sound...

Fatima Zaidi is the Founder and CEO at Quill Inc., an award-winning production agency specializing in corporate audio, and CoHost, a podcast growth and analytics tool. 

Radio Mans fave with Sonny James

Sonny James, was an American country music singer and songwriter best known for his 1957 hit, "Young Love"

Wednesday in Broadcast History .. September 20th

Sept. 20th brought us Sophia Loren, Gogi Grant, Gary Cole, orchestra leader Frank Devol, Northern Exposure’s Peg Phillips (Photo) and Leah Pinsent. The Calgary station now known as City TV signed on, while Vancouver’s CKLG 73 ended 29 years of rock music and switched fulltime to talk. Jimmy Stewart debuted a radio western ‘The Six-Shooter’ on NBC,; the ‘Bill Cosby Show’ began its popular 8-year run on NBC-TV, while ‘You’ll Never Get Rich’ with Phil Silvers, and the original ‘Hawaii Five-Oh’ had their premieres on CBS-TV. ALL the milestones for Sept. 20th INSIDE.

PSR’s 6pm Tuesday Night News with the News You Should Know…

Voters Are Worried About Election Cheating In 2024,People Will Accept What Needs To Be Done - X22 Report

Radio Mans fave with Peter Frampton

Peter Kenneth Frampton (born 22 April 1950)[1] is an English-American[2] guitarist, singer and songwriter who rose to prominence as a member of the rock bands the Herd and Humble Pie.

Tuesday in Broadcast History .. September 19th

It’s the birthday of Joan Lunden, Don Harron (pictured), Sylvia Tyson, James Lipton, Adam West, Mama Cass Elliott, and Brook Benton. The early radio soap opera ‘Just Plain Bill’ debuted on a regional CBS network; ’The Mary Tyler Moore Show’, ‘Search for Tomorrow’ and ‘Judging Amy” had their premieres on CBS Television. ‘M*A*S*H’ aired its finale to a record viewership on CBS-TV, while ‘ER’ played its first episode on NBC-TV. Canada’s Giselle MacKenzie became host and featured singer on NBC-TV’s ‘Your Hit Parade’; Max Weinberg debuted as drummer in Springsteen’s E St. Band; and Frank Sinatra and Paul Newman were costars on NBC-TV’s live production of ‘Our Town.’ ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

PSR’s 6pm Monday Night News with the News You Should Know…

Fake News Building Riot Narrative, Trump Calls For The 25th Again, Clinton/Obama In Focus - X22 Report

Roger Whittaker dies at 87

Roger Whittaker's Last Farewell...