Category: Question Of The Week

Question Of The Week: Jun 9, 2017

June 9, 2017 If you could go back in time and change one thing in your career what would it be and why? Alex Tear, Y100 / iHeartMedia Miami: All of my historical experiences were necessary to keep growing upward into the best possible person and professional I can be. I’m a student of each and every day, use all of your interactions and experiences to gain knowledge and improve yourself and others around you. Rich Davis, KDWB: I would not change a thing!  Every experience I’ve had and every person I’ve met has made me the person I...

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Question Of The Week: Jun 2, 2017

June 2, 2017 If you could relocate to any market in the country, which would you choose and why? Toby Knapp, WIHT: I’m where I want to be. It’s where life brought me. Sometimes I wonder about the view from the Top of the Empire State Building, but… life happens as it’s supposed to happen. Although it might be fun to do this radio thing in the US Virgin Islands… or Cuba. Rod Phillips, iHeartMedia: Colorado Springs is simply one of the coolest towns in America, and I could run/walk/climb the Incline every day! Oh…and a solid radio market too....

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Question Of The Week: Apr 15, 2016

April 15, 2016 What was the most difficult challenge you’ve had to overcome in your career and what lesson did you learn from the experience?       Toby Knapp, WIHT: There have been many challenges, but the biggest lessons learned continue to be true: work hard, be kind, stay humble, don’t be afraid to take risks, don’t be afraid to ask for help, remember you don’t know everything and remember to pray, say thank you and appreciate the heart, soul and passion of everyone around you. Kobe, WWHT: We must adapt. I was once at a station and...

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Question Of The Week: Apr 1, 2016

April 1, 2016 If you could change the current music cycle of your format,which direction would take it and which artists would help lead the way?       Jonathan Shuford,WRVW: I think Pop radio’s in a pretty good place right now. We have a really good balance of a core sound and superstar artists, and we have enough of the extremes on either side that help to really hold the format together. There are the DJ Snakes and The Chainsmokers of the world and on the other side you have the James Bay’s and twenty-one pilots of the...

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Question Of The Week: Jan 27, 2006

What was the most overlooked record (or artist) for your format in 2005? Brody/WDCG: Switchfoot “This Is Your Life.”Maxwell/KSMB: Gorillaz  “Feel Good Inc.”Erik Bradley/B96: Bobby Valentino. He has a ton of talent and I wish he had connected with the audience better. Hopefully on his next project  he’ll get his props!Bruce St. James/KKFR:Amerie. Fisher/WHZT: John Legend. Chris Marino/WLDI: Keith Urban “You’ll Think Of Me.”  Big research record for me. Kasper/WAKS: Xscape  “What’s Up.” Dylan Sprague /WWWQ: Click Five “Just the Girl.”Sue O’Neil/WKSE:John Legend. Brotha Fred/KHFI: Natasha Bedingfield. But 2006 is looking better for her. JT Bosch/WLAN: Switchfoot “Stars.” Alan...

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