2015 Worldwide Radio Summit: All Access Interviews with Seth Resler

Sinopse

Seth Resler, the Digital Dot Connector for Jacobs Media and author of the Next Steps column at AllAccess.com, sits down with the top thought leaders in radio broadcasting to discuss the state of the industry. Recorded at the 2015 Worldwide Radio Summit in Hollywood, California.

Episódios

  • Woody Fife of The Woody Show

    Woody Fife of The Woody Show

    20/11/2019 Duração: 38min

    Woody Fife, host of the popular syndicated radio morning show, "The Woody Show," talks to Seth Resler at the 2019 Worldwide Radio Summit. He explains why the show broadcasts for seven hours each day, how he finds material that will resonate, and how he became a syndicated morning personality. (Warning: Explicit language.)

  • Leslie Scott of 107.7 The End in Seattle

    Leslie Scott of 107.7 The End in Seattle

    13/11/2019 Duração: 23min

    Leslie Scott, the Program Director of 107.7 The End in Seattle, talks to Seth Resler at the 2019 Worldwide Radio Summit. They discuss the legacy of this alternative rock station, its infamous "2 Minute Promise," and the station's digital strategy

  • Mike McVay of McVay Media

    Mike McVay of McVay Media

    06/11/2019 Duração: 22min

    Mike McVay, President of McVay Media and former EVP/Content & Programming for Cumulus Media, is a highly respected radio consultant. He joined Seth Resler at the 2019 Worldwide Radio Summit to talk about his programming philosophy and how radio works inside a large organization like Cumulus.

  • Jacqueline Saturn of Caroline and Harvest Records

    Jacqueline Saturn of Caroline and Harvest Records

    30/10/2019 Duração: 29min

    Jacqueline Saturn, President of Caroline and the President of Harvest Records, joins Seth Resler at the Worldwide Radio Summit to talk about how the art of breaking musical artists has evolved. They discuss her transition from Epic Records to Caroline and Harvest Records, how to develop artists for a long career, and the key to managing a staff in the music business.

  • Chris Williams of iHeartRadio

    Chris Williams of iHeartRadio

    23/10/2019 Duração: 42min

    Chris Williams, the Chief Product Officer at iHeartRadio, joined Seth Resler at the 2019 Worldwide Radio Summit to talk about what it's like to be the "program director of the iHeartRadio app," and how his company's scale can help radio stay competitive with tech companies like Spotify and Pandora.

  • Jake Kaplan of Entercom Los Angeles

    Jake Kaplan of Entercom Los Angeles

    16/10/2019 Duração: 30min

    Jake Kaplan, voiceover artist and Create Director /Programming for 97.1 Amp Radio and Channel Q in L.A., talks about the world of radio imaging production.

  • Justin Chase of Beasley Media

    Justin Chase of Beasley Media

    09/10/2019 Duração: 25min

    Justin Chase, Executive Vice President of Programming at Beasley Media, talks about the radio broadcasting company's evolution at the 2019 Worldwide Radio Summit. They discuss Beasley's acquisition of the Greater Media radio stations, working with winning sports teams, and running radio stations in Las Vegas.

  • Lisa Worden of iHeartRadio and Alt 98.7/L.A.

    Lisa Worden of iHeartRadio and Alt 98.7/L.A.

    02/10/2019 Duração: 32min

    Lisa Worden, the Alternative Rock Brand Manager for iHeartMedia and Program Director at Alt 98.7 in Los Angeles, talks to Seth Resler at the 2019 Worldwide Radio Summit in California. They discuss her time at KROQ in Los Angeles and WHFS in Washington D.C., what it's like to work with Jimmy Kimmel, Dr. Drew, and Adam Carola, and what she looks for when taking a chance on a new band.

  • Talent Coach Randy Lane

    Talent Coach Randy Lane

    25/09/2019 Duração: 11min

    Randy Lane, who has coached legendary broadcasters like Jimmy Kimmel, Ryan Seacrest, Kidd Kraddick, and more, joins Seth at the 2019 Worldwide Radio Summit to talk about how he helps turn talent into stars.

  • Julie Talbott of Premiere Networks

    Julie Talbott of Premiere Networks

    18/09/2019 Duração: 28min

    Julie Talbott, President or Premiere Networks, which syndicates some of the biggest stars in the radio business, including Ryan Seacrest, Steve Harvey, and Rush Limbaugh, joins Seth at the Worldwide Radio Summit. They talk about what her company looks for when seeking syndicated on-air talent, how they launch new shows, and how she rose through the ranks of the radio industry. She also discusses the mission of the Broadcasters Foundation of America, which helps broadcasters in times of hardship.

  • 4-10 Tom Leykis

    4-10 Tom Leykis

    15/11/2018 Duração: 01h46s

    Legendary former syndicated radio personality Tom Leykis talks about his rise through the ranks of terrestrial radio before taking his career online with the launch of The New Normal Network. He talks about his early days in radio, life as a "shock jock," and what it takes to make money in internet broadcasting.

  • 4.9 Perry Simon of All Access

    4.9 Perry Simon of All Access

    08/11/2018 Duração: 32min

    Perry Simon, the VP/Editor of News, Talk, Sports, and Programming, shares his insights on the radio industry. He discusses smart speakers, podcasting, and what he hears as he travels from industry conference to industry conference.

  • 4.8 Jill Weindorf of Concord Music Group

    4.8 Jill Weindorf of Concord Music Group

    01/11/2018 Duração: 34min

    Jill Weindorf, the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Promotion at Concord Music Group, talks about her role as a record label executive. We discuss Concord's label acquisitions, how the role of women at labels has evolved, and the state of rock radio.

  • 4.7 Haley Jones of Nielsen Music

    4.7 Haley Jones of Nielsen Music

    25/10/2018 Duração: 26min

    Haley Jones, Director of Radio at Nielsen Music, talks about the data and services that Nielsen Music has to offer not only radio broadcasters, but record labels, artist managers, and booking agents. She discusses the company's Music 360 study, the divergence between radio playlists and music streaming data, and how radio broadcasters can keep up with all of the latest research that Nielsen Music has to offer.

  • 4.6 Michael Saunders of iHeart Radio

    4.6 Michael Saunders of iHeart Radio

    18/10/2018 Duração: 33min

    Michael Saunders, the Urban Brand Coordinator for iHeart Radio and Program Director of KQBT-FM (93.7 The Beat) in Houston talks about the urban music format. We talk about the mechanics of programming, from packeting remixes and dealing with artist separation to discovering new music in the clubs.

  • 4.5 Lisa Marber-Rich of the Atlas Talent Agency

    4.5 Lisa Marber-Rich of the Atlas Talent Agency

    11/10/2018 Duração: 22min

    Lisa Marber-Rich, Co-Founder and President of the Atlas Talent Agency, discusses the world of voiceover talent agents for radio broadcasters who are looking to break in to the business.

  • 4.4: Scott Burnell of Ford Motor Company

    4.4: Scott Burnell of Ford Motor Company

    04/10/2018 Duração: 37min

    Scott Burnell, the Global Lead for Business Development and Partner Management of the Ford Developer Program, talks about the future of radio in the car dashboard in this backstage conversation at the 2018 Worldwide Radio Summit in Hollywood.

  • 4.3: Dom Nero of Hot 97 in New York City

    4.3: Dom Nero of Hot 97 in New York City

    27/09/2018 Duração: 30min

    Dom Nero, Imaging Director for Emmis' Hot 97 in New York City, talks about what he does in his role, how imaging production has changed over the years, and what tools he uses in his craft.

  • 4.2: Carolyn Gilbert of NuVoodoo

    4.2: Carolyn Gilbert of NuVoodoo

    20/09/2018 Duração: 36min

    Carolyn Gilbert of NuVoodoo Media Services talks about how radio research has evolved over time and what it means for the future of the industry.

  • 4.1 Jon Zellner of iHeartMedia

    4.1 Jon Zellner of iHeartMedia

    13/09/2018 Duração: 37min

    Jon Zellner, the Executive Vice President of Programming Operations at iHeart Media, talks about what it's like to work with over 800 radio stations. He discusses the secret to getting sales and programming teams to work together, where the next generation of radio talent is coming from, and how to build local stations into a national brand.

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