Today is the day commemorated throughout the world: The first day of my second full calendar year of blogging.
For the millions of people gathered in living rooms, churches and pubs to good-naturedly argue about which of my blog postings is their favorite, here’s a quick review of the Best Of The Best from 2009, to refresh their memories.
Alan David Doane shared a A Shocking True Tale About Christmas Advertising.
Larry Rosin explained why “radio” is a “retroynym.”
In the words of one reader, “Wow… that is stunning! Those two guys are freakin’ good!” (And they really are.)
A bunch of us (starting with me) shared our most embarrassing on-air radio goofs.
I shared an aircheck of John Landecker’s very first air shift.
The jingle for crappy radio sales promotions
Finalist, Biggest Lie Ever Told In A Radio Commercial
The radio industry falls for another scam
The Twuth About Twitter (video)
A shoo-in for the Bad Radio Commercial Hall of Fame
A guide to Facebook etiquette (video)
Dave Foxx & Son’s brilliant voiceover video
A voiceover artist’s desperate plea (video)
The unedited version: How To Make Yourself Even More Unpopular With Radio Executives (video)
Calling in the army to make a bed (video)
What do you do when it’s time to leave?
Sales/Client Relationships in Real-World Situations (video)
Radio station GM declares, “I’ll guarantee your success!” (vide0)
ELLIE GREENWICH: Thank You For The Great Songs and for Not Suing Me
John Landecker and the spirit of radio (video)
John Landecker Radio Video, Part Two
Women on the radio (Urban Legend #1447)
A revealing radio video with Howard Hoffman.
Radio: It takes a real jock…
And that’s way it was, on this blog, in 2009.
Next year? More of the same, except for the new stuff.