eQB NOW This week’s Cover Story touches base with iHeartMedia SVPP Jon Zellner, who has an ongoing highly successful career. His programming roots have served him well and as one of iHeart’s key executive programmers he is able to pool his vast knowledge and experience to help advise, guide and direct several young PD’s as well as strategize with other members of the Executive Programming team. It’s a diverse and fascinating career and Zellner checks in on a variety of isuues. Pat Welsh tackles some big issues in his latest Programming To Win column, as he gives some key ways terrestrial radio can remain on top for listeners in an increasingly fragmented audio world. Question of the Week asks: Who were your favorite artists to work with in 2014 and why? Plus, the FMQB History page.
eQB NOW This week’s eQB Cover Story features Mark “Fish” Fishman who has spent his entire career at one station in one market, KMTN/Jackson Hole, a Triple A outlet that was a Rock station in the ’90s. Fish talks about keeping The Mountain true to its values while adapting to the many changes and challenges the radio industry has presented over two decades. In Programming To Win, Bob Quick raves about actor/comedian Jay Mohr's transition into Sports Talk radio and says that Mohr's drive to be the best should inspire programmers and hosts to strive for greatness. Question of the Week asks: What is the one thing, personally and/or professionally, that you thought you'd accomplish this year but have yet to do? Plus, Hot Shots and the FMQB History page.
eQB NOW This week’s eQB Cover Story lands safely in Sacramento where Christopher K is celebrating his 16th anniversary at KDND. As one of the original cast members of the Sac Top 40 since its inception in 1998, Chris has been a model of long-term stability in a business mired in much volatility. He currently serves as APD/MD of KDND/The End and sister HAC KUDL/Star, and this week offers up some perceptive perspectives on a variety of hot issues. In Programming To Win, it's been over a year since the Nielsen-Arbitron deal happened and Paragon's Larry Johnson takes a look at the state of radio ratings. Question of the Week asks: Who was the best boss you’ve had throughout your career and what qualities made him/her such a good boss? Plus, Hot Shots and the FMQB History page.