FLYING IN THE FACE OF RADIO
by Chuck Blore
108-Minute Audio Seminar; Instant Download!
Personal recommendation from Dan O’Day:
"If they could have a copy of only one audio seminar, what's the one that you would recommend for all radio people?" This one. Not only does Chuck Blore demonstrate the soul of radio; he is the soul of radio.
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As a programmer, Chuck Blore not only understood how vast is radio's power to reach and affect people; he expanded radio's horizons for the entire industry.
His radio stations were unique. Their successes were unparalleled. The bonds they formed with their listeners, almost unimaginable (especially in today's "radio as a commodity" environment).
In the United Kingdom, there's a term that is affectionately applied to people who absolutely love radio: "Anoraks."
An anorak can be a listener. But the term also is used by radio pro's to describe their colleagues — and often themselves — who have radio in their blood.
Chuck Blore is not British, and FLYING IN THE FACE OF RADIO is not "about" British radio.
But no matter where in the world you are, if you've always been drawn to the magic of radio….If you know that radio can create magic.… FLYING IN THE FACE OF RADIO is for you.
If, on the other hand, for you radio is "just a job," don't bother to download this seminar.
You'll hear many of those original concepts here — and your eyes (and ears) will open to a whole new world of creative radio.
The KIIS audition tape has taken on the status of legend. Today, some radio people think it's just a wonderful myth: that before you could apply for a job at KIIS, first you were required to listen to the station's audition tape.
It's not a myth. Click on the "Download" link right now, and in just a couple of minutes you'll be listening to it.
Chuck Blore, when Program Director at KELP/El Paso, set an industry record by capturing 74% of the market's listeners. From there, he jumped to KFWB/Los Angeles, achieving an incredible 47% market share (among some 60 stations). He was named "Radio Man of the Year" for three successive years for "original concepts elevating both the entertainment and the communications levels of broadcasting."