Archived from on October 15, 2012. Each station uses it overnight on weekdays, and for selected hours on weekends. The technology is easy to use via desktop and laptop computers, and increasingly accessible via apps on phones and other mobile devices. To some advertisers, it feels a little too much like a global Wayne's World, with a bunch of friends playing music from their basement. It's gonna be 8 to 10 on Sunday mornings. Archived from on June 12, 2014.
It not only makes it easier for the station to be more productive in advertising, but it also fits the individual needs of a music consumer better than a global radio station. We're not doing this as a hobby, we're doing this for a living, said Gorman. That makes it difficult for stations to be found, let alone stand out. Right up until his departure in 1988, Kid Leo played Born to Run as his signature sign-off song every Friday night at 5:55 to kick off the weekend for area listeners. Each hour is carefully formulated through a series of algorithms, and then further tweaked before ever airing. Yandy Diaz 36 and Austin Jackson 26 celebrate with Edwin Encarnacion 10 of the Cleveland Indians after all scored on a home run by Encarnacion during the first inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Progressive Field.
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The Buzzard was the co-creation of Gorman, Sanders and artist David Helton. It really was an awesome time. The station claimed it was simply a marketing strategy and much in line with what many stations did. They often play multiple versions of the same songs, like a live cut and an acoustic version. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.
But Gorman's local approach to internet radio might offer an opening, says Fred Jacobs, president of Jacobs Media Strategies, a Detroit-based company that provides research and consulting to broadcasters and digital-media companies. Archived from on June 7, 2014. As promised, Stern held a party for his fans on the streets of Cleveland — a Funeral for his local rivals, much like held in , and — and broadcast it nationwide. The show also drew national attention after holding a party for on July 8, 2012. In many ways, internet radio faces the same challenge as its older, terrestrial cousin when it comes to attracting audience and ad dollars. During a June 19, 2012 interview with frontman , the show broke news of the delayed release for , the band's first studio album in eight years.
He joined the station in early 1972 before its sale to Malrite, and stayed in different capacities until 2004. Archived from on May 6, 2008. Contents Under Pressure: 30 Years of Rush at Home and Away. Lisa Dillon, Ric Bennett and Tom Renzy also would depart the station that same day. Belichick Is Optimistic as First Exhibition Nears. I think there's a huge advantage, said Jacobs.
Net's New Bird for Local Radio. Clear Channel Media and Entertainment. Roughly one year after its debut, the Buzzard was arguably the most recognizable logo in. I'm excited that we have this partnership because radio should be introducing you to the best and the brightest of the up-and-coming artists, Miller said. The Cleveland staffed aid stations in the stadium with physicians, nurses and other volunteers, and through 1977, made its treatment statistics public. Play-by-play coverage did not stream online due to league restrictions.
Jacor Ownership Taking Radio into New Era. Browns End Use of Flagship Radio Station. The Happy Hour Concert Series at the Music Box Supper Club is also a key part of the station's outreach and audience development. Nostalgia only goes so far, though. The station's ownership would change yet again, as Nationwide Communications was bought out by in 1998.