Category: eQB Cover Story

eQB Cover Story: Sassy, PD, WKXJ/1037 KISS FM, Chattanooga

Our industry is constantly searching for the next generation of programmers to start taking on a more commanding role in radio. Entercom PD Sassy is certainly one of those prime candidates to assume a long and prosperous programming career. Her astute programming instincts are matched by her passion for music and the result is a forward-thinking young radio manager who is destined for a bright and successful career in radio.

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eQB Cover Story: Jeff Z, VP Artist & Industry Relations, SiriusXM/Pandora

After an industrious career in terrestrial radio, Jeff Z crossed over to the digital streaming world in 2012 and enlisted with Pandora, first as a consultant, and then segueing into the sales and marketing wings, ultimately landing in the content division. In February of this year Pandora became a part of the SiriusXM family exposing Jeff to a whole new world of responsibilities and opportunities.

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eQB Cover Story: Jagger, PD, WKSS/Hartford & KC101/New Haven

Jagger has become a model programmer in many respects when it comes to balancing multiple job roles and responsibilities. It’s the reality in today’s programming world, the ability to successfully oversee bilateral demands in commanding fashion. What’s special about Jagger though is how much fun and enjoyment he derives from his current experiences. He’s completely invested in his work, shows incredible passion and desire for his job, and remains focused and on-point given all the tasks that lie in front of him on a weekly basis.

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eQB Cover Story: FMQB AT-ISSUE: Driving the current trends of Pop music

There are more external variables than ever when it comes to influencing trends at Pop music and shrewd radio minds like Jonathan Shuford, Dom Theodore, Rick Vaughn and Kobe are a quality sample size of programmers around the country who have deftly adapted their mindset on reading the audience room with respect to these trends, and tactfully applying the new rules to their programming strategies.

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