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Borrell: Text ads top mobile apps news INSIDE >> Thursday, June 3
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THE MOST TRUSTED NEWS IN RADIO
AT&T overhauls bandwidth pricing — move could stunt streaming growth or bring more listeners to mobile radio.
With wireless data usage exploding, AT&T is exerting more control over how customers use its
mobile network. Its elimination of all-you-can-eat data pricing plans for new wireless subscribers
could impact mobile audio and video streaming usage, which consumes large chunks of bandwidth.
Effective next week, new smartphone and iPad subscribers have a choice of paying $15 a month
for 200 megabytes of data traffic or $25 a month for 2 gigabytes. New subscribers who go above
2 gigabytes will pay $10 a month for each additional gigabyte. AT&T says 98% of its customers
consume less than 2 gigabytes per month. Existing subscribers can keep their current unlimited data
usage plans indefinitely, even if they switch phones. While the pricing plans could curtail streaming
among AT&T’s heaviest users, they also may help accelerate smartphone adoption by making data
plans more affordable. The new plans will lower the cost of an entry-level voice and data plan for smartphones by $15, to
$54.99. “Mobile sessions, while steadily increasing, tend to also be shorter than their computer-based counterparts, making
‘open spigot’ bandwidth consumption less of an issue,” Ando Media senior VP of marketing Patrick Reynolds says. “Overall
we see lowering the price of admission for the iPhone as a net-positive for furthering adoption of streaming audio.” Jacobs
Media president Fred Jacobs agrees. “The toothpaste is out of the tube,” he says. “Heavy data users will always find a way to
access the content they love. Some will pay more and others will get smarter and utilize WiFi more intelligently.” Cox Media
Group VP of digital Gregg Lindahl says tiered data pricing plans won’t slow down the overall trend towards more distribution
of media content via IP. “As consumers continue to take advantage of these new ways to receive valuable content, they will
have lots of delivery options, including Wi-Max and mobile broadcast distribution.” TargetSpot president of sales Eric Ronning
thinks the effect on heavy audio streamers will be minimal. “If they have unlimited access for $30 or 2 gigabytes for $25, the
impact will be inconsequential — 2g is currently an awful lot of data.”
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After a brief dip, online inventory expected to return to growth. The online radio trend line
has primarily been up. But an AccuStream Research analysis of webcasting finds there was a
>> Borrell: Text ads
5% contraction in the amount of ad-supported inventory available last year. While the recession
top mobile apps
was a contributing factor, AccuStream research director Paul Palumbo tells Inside Radio much
of the drop can be attributed to consolidation. For instance, AOL Radio and
Yahoo Radio were both folded into CBS Radio condensing three services into one. The decline in avails
will be short-lived however. “We expect growth in 2010,” Palumbo says, predicting ad-supported hours will
increase 20% this year. Much of that will come from internet pureplays, which are adding to their typically
tiny spotloads to help cover royalty costs. With such a large amount of inventory available to advertisers,
it will remain difficult for radio to win higher rates from buyers. Using bottom-up analysis, AccuStream
estimates internet radio revenue was as much as $190 million last year and Palumbo projects audio and
video advertising will grow 42% this year — generating an estimated $135 million. “In the past, internet
radio was primarily a national ad buy,” he says. “Now terrestrial stations are focusing really hard on the
local ad sales component. It’s not a giveaway anymore. They know it’s a valuable asset.” Based on discussions with ad
buyers, broadcasters and others, AccuStream forecasts sellout rates will reach 55% this year. Palumbo says better national
sales by rep firms like Triton Media, TargetSpot and Katz360 are driving some of the growth, particularly with a greater ability
to geo-target commercials. The firm’s annual report on streaming forecasts online and mobile music listening will rise 15%
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to 8.3 billion hours this year following a 9% increase in 2009. Total listening hours are forecast to expand an additional 22%
next year. The report also forecasts mobile music sales to hit $6.7 million this year. While upbeat on internet radio, Palumbo
says even with the growth it won’t replace what’s been lost in on-air billings over the last two years. “Digital is not going to
solve all of radio’s ills,” he says.
Nielsen: Pandora has become a top five smartphone application. The fast growing customizable internet radio service
is among the top five apps across all mobile operating systems, according to a new Nielsen survey of 4,200 people who
have downloaded a mobile app in the past 30 days. Pandora is the fifth most downloaded application on the iPhone, used
by 27% of respondents. It’s also fifth on the BlackBerry (18%), fourth on Android (26%) and fourth on all other smartphones
(20%). Facebook, Google Maps and Weather Channel are the most popular apps across smartphones. Nielsen says 21%
of American wireless subscribers had a smartphone in the fourth quarter of 2009, up from 19% in the previous quarter and
significantly higher than the 14% at the end of 2008. Smartphones are expected to overtake regular cell phones in the U.S. by
2011. Nielsen’s “App Playbook” report reveals that 14% of mobile subscribers have downloaded an app in the last 30 days,
with iPhone users averaging 37 apps during the past month — higher than any other mobile operating system. Among the
top five most used application categories are several services that radio provides: games (used by 65% of app downloaders),
news/weather (used by 56%), maps/navigation/search (55%), social networking (54%) and music (46%). Music apps, such
as iTunes, Pandora and Sirius XM, appeal more to males, according to the survey.
Borrell: Apps are fine but most mobile dollars go to text messaging. Borrell & Associates president
Gordon Borrell says there’s money to be made on mobile platforms — but not from applications. “Apps will
take a year or two before they become anything significant,” he says. “Not enough people have them. That’s
the problem.” According to Strategy Analytics, there were 1.1 billion smartphone application downloads
in the U.S. in 2009. But with so many apps to choose from — 200,000 alone for Apple’s iPhone — only
a handful gain critical mass. “The big problem with apps is distribution,” Borrell says. “You put your app
in a store and 500 people download it. You’re not going to get much response out of 500 people.” Borrell
says almost all mobile advertising dollars are local and will only amount to about $500 million this year. “Almost all of that is in text messaging, not in apps or browsers or other fancy stuff.” The 2010 ArbitronEdison Research Infinite Dial study showed 70% of cell phone owners use text messaging, with nearly half (45%) sending
and receiving multiple texts a day. “The signs are very clear that mobile advertising is the new disrupter and it’s probably
going to cap-off a lot of the online growth,” Borrell says. “We see mobile as a big advertising growth category that’s probably
going to hurt online, Yellow Pages and direct mail more than anything else.”
As car sales grow, hope is auto ads will follow. Automotive advertising was up 39% in the first quarter, which, according
to the Radio Advertising Bureau, accounted for seven cents of every revenue dollar made by the industry. Those numbers
could grow based on May sales reports. Chrysler sales grew 33%, Ford was up 22%, General Motors sales rose 17% and
Toyota — even with safely recall issues — was up 7% over one year ago. But Ford economist Emily Kolinski concedes sales
have yet to pull into the fast lane. She says carmakers’ research finds “constrained” consumer spending continues and she
doubts that will change much until unemployment falls and buyers aren’t worried about big ticket purchases. Hoping to nudge
buyers, Ford will increase its advertising for the Mustang model in the coming months. Yet at the same time it’s dropping the
71-year old Mercury brand at the end of the year. City-based websites on CBS’ radio-TV horizon. Now seven months into CBS’ new cross-platform strategy that aims to
leverage its radio and television assets in major markets, CEO Les Moonves reveals another way it will be executed. “We
are taking all of our assets — radio and television — and setting up local dot coms to compete with the local newspapers,”
Moonves says. “Like you’ll have CBSNewYork.com, which I think will be an amazing site, that combines the best of all our
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local sites.” Speaking at the Sanford Bernstein conference in New York yesterday, Moonves didn’t provide any timeline for
when the local portals will debut. In January, CBS Local Media COO Anton Guitano hired president of Local Digital Media
Ezra Kucharz to lead the effort to bring the company’s 36 news, talk and sports radio station websites together with its 29
television stations sites.
CBS’ Moonves: Radio helps me sleep. CBS CEO Les Moonves isn’t calling radio dull, but rather visions of revenue dance
in his head. “There is not a great problem in the radio business,” he told the Sanford Bernstein conference in New York
yesterday. “It lets me sleep much better at night having that kind of cash flow.” If that’s the case, Moonves must be sleeping
better this year. He notes radio “has come back remarkably well” with its first revenue growth in five years. “They’re in very
good shape [but] we probably have too many of them,” Moonves told the crowd of investors, reminding them CBS Radio still
plans to sell mid-market stations. He also shot down any speculation CBS could go private, explaining chairman Sumner
Redstone has “no interest” in not having a public company.
Clear Channel recommits to Fox News Radio. Five years ago, Clear Channel Radio pledged to
give Fox News Radio national distribution if the network expanded beyond what were then one-minute
updates to five-minute top-of-the hour newscasts around the clock. That agreement is expiring and
Clear Channel agrees to keep Fox News Radio as the primary news service on more than 100 news/
talk stations through 2015. “It’s clear this is one of the most successful branding relationships in all
of media,” Clear Channel Radio CEO John Hogan says. “We continue to expand this relationship with
our news/talk stations because the quality of the Fox News product continues to be outstanding.” It
currently airs Fox News Radio in Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix and Atlanta, among other markets.
Fox News Radio EVP Kevin Magee says, “Our original relationship helped propel Fox News to be a preeminent player in the
radio industry. We look forward to continuing this highly successful affiliation with Clear Channel Radio.” Under the agreement,
Fox News Radio will have access to news produced by Clear Channel stations. The decision about which service to use is
left to local programmers, although stations that air news from CBS, ABC or other providers also have access to Fox News
Radio content. In a note to affiliates this week, Fox News Channel chairman/CEO Roger Ailes said it is looking to add more
programming. “We are growing our service in many areas, including online,” he wrote. “We’re adding more features and
specials. All of it with a strong tie-in to the Fox News brand.”
Next step in Emmis buyout comes with positive revenue outlook. Emmis CEO Jeff Smulyan and Alden Global Capital
have begun buying out stock owners. They’ll have until June 29 to sell their stock for the $2.40 offered by Smulyan and
Alden, who will need holders of 28.6% of the common stock to tender their shares to get over the required 50% mark. With
Alden voting the 41% of the preferred shares they hold, their effort will have a sizable starting point toward the two-thirds
needed for the preferred stock approval. But they’ll require institutional holders of at least another 25% to vote in favor
for the buyout to be approved. Emmis’ board is recommending shareholders take the offer, calling it “fair” and “in the best
interests of Emmis.” In SEC filings, Emmis also discloses it expects company revenue to grow 7% in the fiscal year that ends
next February. That’s slightly higher that what its internal projections called for earlier this year. Emmis expects its radio
division revenue to increase 5%, forecasting the strongest growth for Los Angeles (+9%), New York (+8%) and Indianapolis
(+8%). Chicago (+2%) continues to lag other markets. To get there, it tells investors the company plans to boost spending
on marketing, research and sales training in the coming months.
SoundExchange steps up effort to distribute royalties. Under fire for holding roughly $40 million in undistributed royalty
payments, the record labels’ royalty collection agency SoundExchange is teaming with AFTRA to help find thousands of the
union’s members and pay them what they’re owed. More than 6,000 artists are currently owed cash from the record labels for
digital performance of their music, including airplay on Sirius XM Radio, Music Choice and online services like Pandora. But
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because they haven’t registered with SoundExchange their money has sat in the bank. SoundExchange executive director
John Simson says it’s trying to pay, but many artists just don’t register. “Many don’t know about the law that entitled them to
these royalties, or believe it’s too good to be true,” he explains. By approaching musicians through AFTRA, Simson hopes
they’ll understand it’s not a scam. There’s no time limit on collecting royalties since SoundExchange holds them in perpetuity.
AFTRA begins mailing letters and sending emails to union members this week, telling them they have unpaid royalties.
Pandora picks up new funding. It looks like filing an IPO can be scratched from Pandora’s immediate future. The online
music service has raised new funding, which executives say will help the company continue to grow. Pandora has closed a
round of financing led by GGV Capital, with additional investment from Allen & Company. The size of the investments isn’t
being disclosed. Pandora has previously raised nearly $57 million in five rounds of funding. Pandora president/CEO Joe
Kennedy says, “This additional financing gives us the opportunity to invest in resources we need to continue to execute on
our strategy.” GGV Capital partner Glenn Solomon says he’s watched the Pandora team for the past five years and “the rapid
growth in users and revenue are testaments to the value that consumers and advertisers get from Pandora.” Both GGV and
Allen & Company specialize in backing emerging companies.
Inside Radio News Ticker…Mediabase trims payroll…More than 40 Mediabase employees on the West Coast have been
laid-off in recent weeks as part of the company’s reorganization. In February 2009 Mediabase was merged into Clear Channel
sister Media Monitors, which tracks commercials. The company had no comment on the staffing changes...Report: Nielsen
IPO “imminent”...Nielsen plans to file for an initial public offering in the near-term, sources tell the Wall Street Journal. The
company could raise as much as $1.5 billion in the offering according to the paper. Nielsen went private four years ago in a
$10 billion buyout by a group that includes Thomas H. Lee Partners, which co-owns Clear Channel with Bain Capital…Dial
Global, Clear Channel join ARF... The Advertising Research Foundation adds two radio members to its ranks as Dial Global
and Clear Channel become the 27th and 28th new ARF members this year. Dial Global president of operations Charles
Steinhauer says ARF has programs that help media companies understand trends and consumer media usage patterns…
LFM parent lands credit line…In a sign of the strengthening credit markets, Lincoln Financial Media’s parent company has
received commitments for a $2 billion bank credit facility. The insurance company was hit hard by the financial meltdown,
but recently said it would repay federal TARP funds sooner than expected…Newsmax bids for Newsweek…Christopher
Ruddy’s conservative news operation Newsmax has announced plans to break into radio with a daily talk show. That’s
apparently not Ruddy’s only expansion plans. Newsmax is among the bidders for Newsweek. Newsmax says if it wins the
weekly magazine, it won’t remake it as a conservative publication. Insiders say there’s no plan to connect the radio project
to Newsweek. Read more news headlines and People Moves at www.InsideRadio.com.
Phoenix morning man Bill Austin dead at 55. Bill Austin, long-time co-host of the popular “Beth and Bill Morning Show”
on Clear Channel AC “99.9 KEZ” KESZ, Phoenix died yesterday after a battle with bladder cancer. He was 55. His on-air
partner, Beth McDonald, was with Austin at the time of his death. “Bill was not just my radio partner. He was the brother I
never had,” McDonald says. “A couple of days before he passed, while at the hospital, he told me, ‘I sure miss doing that
little radio show.’ This morning, in true Bill fashion, he signed off at exactly 10 o’clock.” Austin retired from KESZ in February
after nearly 20 years at the station. Clear Channel Phoenix market manager Jeff England says, “Bill was one of those rare
individuals who touched hundreds of thousands of people every day for many, many years, and always left everyone smiling.” KESZ will air an Austin tribute on Friday.
Inside Radio’s Deal Digest —
Wyoming — Chris Devine’s College Creek Radio sells KADQ-FM, Evanston (98.3) to Kent Frandsen’s Cache Valley
RadioGroup for $100,000. KADQ-FM is currently off the air. It’s a Class C2 FM with a pending application to boost to a full
Class C signal. Frandsen already owns AC “Magic 99.1” KNYN in the area.
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Thursday, June 3, 2010
april ARBITRONS - PPM
St. Louis, MO (#21)
Denver-Boulder, CO (#20)
KYGO (-0.3) and “Radio Tri-Color” (flat) tie at second place;
New #1: CBS Radio’s “Y-98” (+0.6) with #2 “The Arch” (+0.3)
Rockies baseball lifts KOA (+1.0) into fifth place.
close behind; urban “Hot 104” (-0.6) moves from #1 to #4.
Rank
1
2
2
4
5
6
6
8
9
10
11
11
13
13
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
21
21
24
25
25
27
28
29
29
31
32
33
33
35
36
36
36
36
36
41
42
42
Station
KOSI
KYGO-F
KXPK
KQKS
KOA
KXKL-F
KBCO
KALC
KRFX
KCFR-F
KIMN
KQMT
KTCL
KLDV
KPTT
KJMN
KBPI
KHOW
KVOD
KKFN-F
KDHT-F
KEZW
KJAC+
KRWZ
KWOF
KKHI+
KNUS
KBNO
KRKS-F
KUVO
KKZN
KPAW
KUNC
KXWA
KMXA+
KXBG
KEPN
KCKK
KLZ
KRCN
KUAD-F
KGNU-F
KTNI-F
Format
soft AC
country
reg’l Mex.
rhy. CHR
news/talk
classic hits
adult altern.
hot AC
classic rock
news/talk
hot AC
classic rock
modern rock
c. Christian
rhy. AC
Span. adlt/hits
rock
talk
classical
sports
CHR
standards
adult hits
oldies
country
smooth AC
news/talk
reg’l Mex.
religious
jazz/variety
talk
classic rock
news/variety
Christ. rock
romantica
country
sports
sports
talk
biz news
country
variety
talk
Owner/LMA
Feb
Entercom
7.9
Lincoln Fin.
5.5
Entravision
5.8
Lincoln Fin.
5.0
Clear Channel
4.1
Wilks Bcstg.
4.4
Clear Channel
4.8
Entercom
3.6
Clear Channel
3.5
Public Bcstg of CO 3.6
Wilks Bcstg.
3.4
Entercom
3.4
Clear Channel
4.5
Ed. Media
3.8
Clear Channel
3.0
Entravision
3.3
Clear Channel
2.7
Clear Channel
2.2
Public Bcstg of CO 2.0
Lincoln Fin.
2.3
Max Bcst.
1.8
Entercom
1.9
Moreland Properties 1.5
Lincoln Fin.
2.3
Wilks Bcstg.
1.5
WayFM Media Group1.6
Salem
1.3
Latino
1.0
Salem
1.0
Denver Educ. Bcstg. 0.7
Clear Channel
0.7
Clear Channel
0.5
Comm Radio/N CO 0.7
WayFM Media Group0.6
Entravision
0.3
Clear Channel
0.3
Lincoln Fin.
0.3
Mile High Sports
0.2
Crawford
0.1
Pilgrim
0.1
Regent
0.3
Boulder Community 0.1
Max Bcst.
0.1
Mar
7.4
5.9
5.6
5.2
4.0
4.4
4.3
4.1
4.3
4.1
3.9
3.5
4.7
2.8
3.0
3.1
2.7
2.1
1.9
2.2
1.9
1.8
1.7
2.1
1.8
1.1
1.2
0.8
1.1
0.8
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
**
0.1
0.1
0.1
Apr
7.4
5.6
5.6
5.1
5.0
4.6
4.6
4.1
4.0
3.9
3.7
3.7
3.6
3.6
3.0
2.9
2.5
2.4
2.3
2.0
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.7
1.4
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1
**
**
+Recent changes from the M-Street database: KRKU changed calls from
KUSZ, and KMXA flipped from regional Mexican in March. KJAC began
stunting in April. KKHI flips to Christian CHR/rock in May.
Cluster Analysis: Clear Channel (26.7). Entercom (17.1). Lincoln Fin. (14.6).
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Rank
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3
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7
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16
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18
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21
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23
23
25
25
27
28
28
Station
KYKY
WARH
KMOX
WHHL
KSLZ
KMJM-F
WIL-F
KLOU
KPNT
KSHE
KIHT
KTRS
WFUN-F
KEZK-F
KSD
KWMU
KFTK
WXOS
WSDD
KFUO-F
KATZ
KSIV-F
KFNS
KHZR
KDHX
KSLG
KFNS-F
WDLJ
KCLC
Format
hot AC
adult hits
news/talk/sports
urban
CHR
urban AC
country
classic hits
modern rock
rock
classic hits
talk
urban AC
soft AC
country
news/talk
talk
sports
modern AC
classical
Black gospel
religious
sports
c. Christian
variety
sports
adult hits
classic rock
adult altern.
Owner/LMA
Feb
CBS Radio
6.3
Bonneville
6.4
CBS Radio
7.3
Radio One
7.1
Clear Channel
6.7
Clear Channel
6.4
Bonneville
5.9
Clear Channel
5.4
Emmis
5.2
Emmis
5.1
Emmis
5.2
Charter
2.0
Radio One
4.7
CBS Radio
4.7
Clear Channel
3.5
University of Missouri3.2
Emmis
2.7
Bonneville
2.4
Clear Channel
1.9
Luth. Church
2.5
Clear Channel
1.2
Bott
0.6
Grand Slam Sports 0.7
Gateway Creative
0.5
Double Helix Corp. 0.4
Simmons
0.3
Westplex Broadcasting0.1
KM Comms.
0.1
Lindenwood College **
Mar
6.5
6.7
6.5
6.9
6.3
6.7
6.0
6.0
5.0
5.6
5.3
2.2
4.3
4.2
3.9
2.9
2.9
2.4
2.2
2.2
1.1
0.7
0.8
0.7
0.4
0.3
**
0.1
**
Apr
7.1
7.0
6.4
6.3
6.2
6.1
5.6
5.2
5.1
4.8
4.5
4.4
4.3
4.3
3.7
2.9
2.9
2.6
2.6
2.2
1.4
0.8
0.6
0.6
0.4
0.4
0.2
0.1
0.1
Cluster Analysis: Clear Channel (25.2). CBS Radio (17.8). Emmis (17.3).
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Complete Ratings are reported daily online at www.StationRatings.com.
Ratings are reported at 5pm daily.
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GENERAL SALES MANAGER
DENVER - KQKS
KS 107.5 is looking for an
experienced Sales Leader to be
General Sales Manager. The next
KQKS GSM will lead the local sales
team, maximizing revenue by
serving customers needs through
developing
unique,
creative
solutions for our clients utilizing
all of our sales assets including
digital media. The successful
candidate
will
demonstrate
the ability to develop client
relationships at the highest level,
achieve sales goals and possess
experience in, and a passion for
CHR radio. The candidate must
maintain systems for monitoring
performance, evaluating local
account executives, inventory
management
and
pricing
strategies. Please send your resume and
any supporting materials to:
[email protected]
lincolnfinancialmedia.com.
EOE
AE - ATLANTA
Major Market Sports
Powerhouse in Atlanta
with national reputation,
790 The Zone, looking for
talented account manager with
at least 2+ years of on the street
experience. Must have the ability
to creatively leverage multiple
media assets. Must be
a strategic thinker with a
relentless work ethic. Currently
a small or midsize market
AE? Come work for a private
company that treats its
employees like family. Contact
Christopher Young, GSM,
[email protected]
E.O.E.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
SENIOR SELLER - CLEAR CHANNEL PHOENIX
Senior list available! Must be a strong digital marketing sales
professional and new business developer that believes in the value
of integrated media marketing programs. Hot AC MIX 96.9 (KMXP),
is the highest rated station in the market and CHR 104.7 KISS FM
(KZZP), is the home of JohnJay and Rich
- you would be part of a high performing team
that sells both stations. We can’t stress the
importance of the digital component enough.
Rich Media knowledge and experience are must
haves, as well as a proven track record selling
your current station’s digital assets. Managing
this high profile list is only half the job - new
business development and digital program selling are equally
if not more important. This a very rare opportunity to sell for two
top stations in a large market that offers a great outdoor lifestyle.
If you feel you are qualified for this position, e-mail your resume to:
[email protected] EOE
GENERAL SALES MANAGER - GEORGIA
Clear Channel Radio of Augusta is looking for a GSM to lead our
dynamic team of AE’s and manage the digital sales effort for our cluster.
Our formats include AC, Classic Rock, Urban AC, CHR, Urban, Gospel
and Sports Talk. This position requires a strategic thinker and strong
team leader with a consistent history of achieving sales goals and
outpacing the market. The ideal candidate will possess an excellent
working knowledge of the ways companies are using digital to market
their business and be able to share that knowledge. To apply, please
send your info to:
Clear Channel Radio “Sales Manager”
2743 Perimeter Pkwy,
Bldg. 100 Suite 300, Augusta GA 30909
Fax: 706-396-6010
E-Mail: [email protected]
E.O.E. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
No phone calls please!
CUMULUS - SAVANNAH - SALES MANAGER
Live and work where millions every year PAY to visit. Cumulus
is looking for the results-oriented Sales Manager most capable
of maximizing the potential of what is arguably the most potent
cluster of seven stations ever brought together in a single market,
blanketing a metro which encompasses both Savannah and Hilton
Head. Fabulous area of the country which makes this the perfect
opportunity for any top performing mentor and coach willing to live
up to the reputation of a city known for Southern charm, hospitality
and entrepreneurial spirit.
Send resume and salary requirements to:
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