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Originally posted March 4, 2011
Radio Facts: Great bit but did Big to TOO far here? T.I. was about to have a stroke. It was prank.
Job Title: Producer, Nick Cannon Radio/Skyview Networks Skyview Networks is seeking a creative, multi-tasker with proven ability to support top-tier talent in the production of the new nationally syndicated Nick Cannon Radio—a weekday radio show targeting Black, rhythmic/hip-hop formats. The producer will be part of a creative team led by Nick Cannon, one of the most recognized and talented performers in media and will be responsible for a heavy, daily audio production schedule. Required skills include:
- Adobe Audition/Pro Tools proficient
- Process focused
- Objective driven
- Media catalog management
- Creative flexibility
- Writing experience
- Office hours: 5am-2pm in BBlackk, CA
- Plan, record, produce and upload 20 audio breaks to the Skyview Networks FTP site daily by 11am PT
- Assist with writing and creating daily bits/benchmarks
- Edit/Repurpose local show content/interviews for distribution on the national show (delete local references, edit length, record new intros and outros, etc.)
- Daily/Weekly show promos for affiliates
- Produce audio assets for Nick Cannon Radio/Skyview Networks’ affiliate sales website and marketing initiatives
- Coordinate, record and distribute liners, drops, endorsements/commercials
- Create “Best Of…” shows and stockpile evergreen breaks to use for when Nick Cannon is out or traveling
- Catalogue content for future use, and other duties as assigned
- To apply for this position, email a cover letter stating your interest and current resume to email@example.com. Relocation not available.
Jimmy Steal is exiting Power 106 in Los Angeles to take over a new post in Chicago at 101.9 The Mix (WTMX). Steal has been in the LA market at Power for 20 years. He will replace Mary Ellen Kachinske who was at The Mix for almost 20 years as well. She left this past November. No word on who will replace Steal in LA.
Emmis Announces Agreement to Sell LA’s Power 106 to Meruelo Group Indianapolis…Emmis Communications (Nasdaq: EMMS) has announced an agreement to sell KPWR-FM Power 106 in Los Angeles to an affiliate of the Meruelo Group for $82.75 million, subject to closing adjustments and prorations, pending FCC and other regulatory approvals. “Power 106 has been part of the Emmis family for more than 32 years, so this day is bittersweet, but I am confident that the station and our team are in good hands,” said Jeff Smulyan, Chairman and CEO of Emmis Communications. “The Meruelo Group will be great owners of this historic brand, and take it to even greater heights.” A Local Marketing Agreement (LMA) will begin promptly following the expiration or early termination of the waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act. The Meruelo Group, whose Meruelo Media affiliate acquired Los Angeles TV station KWHY-22 in 2011 and radio station KDAY-FM in 2014, is the largest minority owned media group in California. Following its participation in the FCC TV spectrum auction earlier this year, Meruelo Media is now re-investing a portion of the auction proceeds to expanding its media holdings with the acquisition of heritage station KPWR-FM. Closing of the KPWR-FM sale is subject to FCC approval of the assignment of the KPWR-FM FCC license, as well as receipt of the incentive auction proceeds. “The acquisition of Power 106 is a game changer for our group and our media division,” stated Alex Meruelo, Chairman and CEO. “As a fan and someone who has had a business relationship with this station for more than 30 years, I understand the importance of Power 106 to this community. We are committed to bringing the resources, talent and passion necessary to make this legendary brand the #1 radio station in Los Angeles.” Emmis purchased KPWR-FM from Century Broadcasting in May 1984. The transaction is expected to close in the back half of 2017.