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    January 19th, 2018, 12:21 PM
    From the FCC: FCC Plan In The Event Of A Partial Government Shutdown https://apps.fcc.gov:443/edocs_public/index.do?document=348789
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    January 19th, 2018, 12:21 PM
    From All Access: JACKSONVILLE residents and listeners to local COX Top 40 WAPE (95.1 WAPE) are super stoked for this weekend's NFL Conference Championship game between the JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS and NEW … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 11:30 AM
    From All Access: JACKSONVILLE residents and listeners to local COX Top 40 WAPE (95.1 WAPE) are super stoked for this weekend's NFL Conference Championship game between the JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS and NEW … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 11:30 AM
    From Talkers: By*Walter Sabo Sabo Media CEO NEW YORK — The great Ed McLaughlin has left a legacy of stunning success. *Working for him for five years at the ABC Radio Networks, I learned how and why he*was so successful, respected, and beloved. *He was responsible for the success of KGO, San Francisco as its VP/GM in its founding year of 1960. *Ed gave KGO its on-air staff, momentum and “sound” that lead it to record-breaking #1 ratings. *The multiple network concept at ABC was brought to profitability by his determination and leadership. *Ed retired from ABC to bring Dr. Dean Edell to syndication and Rush Limbaugh to the status he enjoys today. MAKE IT BIGGER Today, if you take an idea to most manager-types they will say that the company can’t afford it, or it costs too much, or it’s never been done before. *Ed McLaughlin never embraced a small idea. Those who met Ed socially or at conventions might be surprised to learn that he was a Zen-like manager. *He never gave an order or direction. *Instead, he grew the radio network using a very trusting and intriguing management style: Make it bigger. *As the head of programming and affiliate relations, I would bring him ideas and his response was consistent: Make it bigger. *He was only annoyed by small, mundane, standard ideas. *He had no interest in forms, rules, or tradition. For example, Beatles specials were always popular network offerings. *These usually consisted of a deep-voiced jock playing Beatles songs and telling stories. *Ed wasn’t interested in a special like that. *After several proposals, he finally accepted a 24-hour special hosted by an actual Beatle — a Beatle — Ringo Starr was the “jock”. *But, that wasn’t big enough. *The last hour, week 24, was to be a live CALL IN show with Ringo taking phone calls. *Stunning clearances. *Major profits. *Ed wanted it bigger. Ideas that were big enough for Ed inspired him to become fully engaged in the project. *He would marshal every resource of ABC to make a project a success — from legal, to financial, to engineering, to marketing, to the television network. *When Ed called, the corporation cooperated. *He knew that a key part of his job was to give his team access to the resources of the corporation and he was a genius at persuading all of ABC to support the radio network. *When he supported a project, he believed it was his job to find the money. *And he always found the money. Sometimes things didn’t work. *That was also okay. *He insisted that his team be forthcoming about their mistakes, honest about their problems, and then he would work toward a solution. *More importantly, once a mistake was revealed, it had no tenure, he just moved on. *Make it bigger. When he started as president of the ABC Radio Networks, they were losing money — a lot. *When he left 12 years later, ABC had more than 2,000 affiliates and significant profits. *Those profits came by spending money. *Worth repeating: Profits came from investing in new ideas and talent. *He trusted his staff to invest in the right ideas and execute them flawlessly. STARS ARE OUR BUSINESS When the ABC Radio Networks bought Watermark and “American Top 40,” Ed made it a mission to show Casey Kasem that ABC was the right home. *Casey and his wife arrived in New York. *They were limousined to Central Park. *In Central Park they were put in a horse-drawn carriage*to Times Square. *In Times Square, timed perfectly, the display sign said, “WELCOME CASEY AND JEAN KASEM TO ABC.” *Then the horse-drawn carriage took them to dinner at Le Cirque. And that’s how you treat talent. *That display of love for the Kasems was nothing unique for the ABC Radio Networks under Ed….talent first. *He understood that radio is its talent. *If stars are happy and loyal, radio becomes a strong business. *Without passionate talent, radio is just a box of records. *Whatever on-air talent wanted in terms of respect and access, they had it with Ed. BE DECENT Ed was charming, flamboyant, and big. *But he was also walking integrity. *He had two credit cards. *One for personal expenses, one for corporate, and he kept them pristine. Laws were followed, the books were clean, and his word was gold. *Why that is necessary to mention is unfortunate, but it should go on his permanent record. *The son of the fire chief of San Francisco had to know the rules. HOW TO LEAVE A COMPANY When Ed left the presidency of the ABC Radio Networks, rather than accept a check he studied how to make ABC a partner in his future. *His parting package included his request for an office and phones paid for by ABC. *He understood the syndication business better than any other radio executive and he planned to monetize that expertise. *To do so in his agreement with ABC/Capital Cities, he said that if he found a syndication-worthy talent, that talent would be cleared on ABC-owned talk stations and the ABC Radio Network sales department — the best at the time — would sell the inventory for the first three years. *His first star was Dr. Dean Edell. *His second was Rush Limbaugh. *WABC cleared Rush at its home station, paid Rush’s salary, and Ed kept the syndication rights and inventory. HOW TO ACT LIKE A GROWN UP After selling EFM Media, Ed did much more than golf. *He devoted a great deal of time and money to the Broadcasters Foundation of America. More importantly, on a regular basis, Ed expected all of his colleagues, whom he made wealthy, to also devote considerable dollars to the Broadcasters Foundation of America. *I think that’s what he would like us to do now! *His successful life: He died with the respect and love of his wife, Pat, his children and his colleagues. *Thank you Ed for demanding that we should all think outside the box and find bigger boxes. Walter Sabo is CEO of New York City-based consultation firm Sabo Media. He can be phoned at 347-380-1581 or emailed at*walter@sabomedia.com. More...
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    January 19th, 2018, 10:57 AM
    From the FCC: O'ppn to Pet. for Writ of Certiorari - Bais Yaakov v. FCC, No. 17-351 (Sup. Ct.) Brief of the Federal Respondents in Opposition to Petition for a Writ of Certiorari https://apps.fcc.gov:443/edocs_public/index.do?document=348785
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    January 19th, 2018, 10:57 AM
    From the FCC: Brief for the FCC - Sandwich Isles Commc'ns v. FCC, No. 17-1036 (D.C. Cir.) Brief for Federal Respondents FCC & USA https://apps.fcc.gov:443/edocs_public/index.do?document=348786
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    January 19th, 2018, 10:08 AM
    From All Access: SUN BROADCAST GROUP's Download HD turn-key audio content service has added several new affiliates. Adding the service are MINERVA R. LOPEZ Top 40 KOUL-K277BL (POWER 103.3)/CORPUS CHRISTI; … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 10:08 AM
    From the FCC: FCC Names Shuldiner New Audio Division Chief https://apps.fcc.gov:443/edocs_public/index.do?document=348784
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    January 19th, 2018, 09:35 AM
    From All Access: In terms of radio and television station transactions, the past year was strong - but not overwhelming. As shown in the year end totals, BIA/KELSEY reports that the total number of television … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 08:25 AM
    From All Access: SPOTIFY has launched a new format for spoken word content that adds visual elements like pictures, video, and text to podcasts, news, and audiobooks. SPOTLIGHT is debuting with content … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 08:25 AM
    From All Access: SALEM COMMUNICATIONS HOLDING CORPORATION (formerly CARON BROADCASTING, INC.) is selling Portuguese WBIX-A/BOSTON to INTERNATIONAL CHURCH OF THE GRACE OF GOD, INC. for $685,000 plus an LMA … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 08:25 AM
    From All Access: CUMULUS MEDIA has moved in bankruptcy court to reject under 20 of the 15,000 contracts it is party to, but that number includes the deal to buy Alternative WKQX and Classic Rock WLUP/CHICAGO … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 07:25 AM
    From Talkers: Cumulus Makes Hard Decisions in Chicago.* As reported by Chicago media maven Robert Feder, Cumulus Media has announced it is shedding its unprofitable deals to broadcast Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls play-by-play.* It is also choosing not to acquire music-formatted stations alt rocker WKQX and classic rock WLUP-FM from Merlin Media (Cumulus has been operating the duo under an LMA).* As Feder notes, Cumulus is working through Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and president and CEO Mary Berner says in a statement, “As part of our operational turnaround, we have been focused on taking proactive steps to address unprofitable areas of our business.* We are taking this action because the economic terms of these legacy contracts guarantee that we lose money and, as such, continuing them in their current form is not in Cumulus’s best interests.” WOC, Quad Cities Names Dave Levora Morning Host.* New WOC, Quad Cities morning personality Dave Levora comes to the station from his most recent position as an account executive for WQAD-TV, Quad Cities.* He’s hosted morning radio programs in the market in the past on music-formatted stations, including KJOC, WXLP, and KIIK.* Levora will co-host the morning show at the iHeartMedia news/talk station with program director Dan Kennedy.* He’ll continue to host the half-hour “Quad Cities Brewed” program on WQAD-TV that explores the Midwestern Craft Brew scene.* Kennedy comments, “We’re excited to bring Dave into the WOC ‘News Talk 1420’ family.* He’s already familiar with radio in the Quad Cities and I have no doubt that our listeners will love him!” WSKO, Syracuse Adds New Local Show to Lineup.* Programmer Tom Mitchell promotes executive producer Paul Esden to air personality with his own afternoon program called “Drive Time Sports” at Cumulus Media’s WSKO, Syracuse “The Score 1260.”* Esden has been the executive producer of the station’s “Bud & The Manchild” late morning show for the past two years.* Mitchell says, “This is a marvelous opportunity for Paul.* His unique and energetic style, opens up a fresh perspective to cover not only local sports, but also the best in the national sports arena every day!”* Esden has also covered Syracuse University sports as a senior columnist for*Inside the Loud House for the past two years. Karen Hunter Is This Week’s Guest on Harrison Podcast.* Described by*Michael Harrison*as “one of the most important talk media personalities in the industry whose time has definitely come,”*SiriusXM Satellite Radio*star*Karen Hunter*joins the*TALKERS*founder as this week’s guest on the award-winning*PodcastOne*series “Up Close and Far Out.”* Hunter hosts a daily 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm talk program on the SiriusXM’s “Urban View” channel that has been receiving glowing industry acclaim.* She is also a prolific*New York Times*best-selling co-author; CEO of highly successful*Karen Hunter Publishing; and a professor of film and media at*Hunter College*in New York City. *(The name is coincidental.) *Hunter is also a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who was the first female African American news columnist at the*New York Daily News. *Harrison and Hunter discuss today’s hottest issues regarding media, race, society, gender relations, education, science, religion and politics.* To listen to the podcast in its entirety, please click*here or click on the “Up Close and Far Out” player box located in the right-hand column on every page of Talkers.com. Trump’s Alleged ‘Shithole’ Comment and Threat of Government Shutdown Tie for Top News/Talk Stories This Week.* The allegations that President Trump called certain Caribbean and African countries “shitholes,” and the threat of a federal government shutdown tied for the most talked about stories on news/talk radio this week, landing atop the Talkers TenTM.* At #2 this week was the status of the Obama era DACA, the Trump Administration’s larger immigration policy, and the issue of the Mexican Wall.* Coming in at #3 was the Trump-Russia probe and the related testimony of former White House senior adviser Stephen K. Bannon, followed by the report that 2017 was the warmest year on record at #4.* The Talkers TenTM is a weekly chart of the top stories and people discussed on news/talk radio and is the result of ongoing research from TALKERS magazine.* It is published every Friday at Talkers.com.* View this week’s entire chart here. Save the Date!*Talkers 2018 Set for Friday, June 8, 2018 in New York City.* The editorial board of*TALKERS*magazine is pleased to announce the date and location of the 21st annual installment of the talk media industry’s longest-running and most important national convention.* Titled*TALKERS 2018: Full Speed Ahead!, the power-packed, one-day event will take place on Friday, June 8, 2018 at the ultra-modern*Helen Mills Event Space and Theater*located in the colorful Chelsea district of Manhattan in New York City.* This marks the second year in a row that the convention will be held at this very popular venue.* The conference will feature top speakers from all aspects of the spoken-word media industry with a focus on talk radio and its role in the new digital age and dawn of a rapidly accelerating era.* This will include programming, sales, marketing, and technology – the full spectrum of concerns, challenges and opportunities facing the modern day talk broadcaster and broadcasting organization.* It will feature keynote addresses, panel discussions, fireside chats, and exhibits of the latest services and equipment available to broadcasting professionals.* The event will also provide its attendees with unparalleled networking opportunities and social mixers including breakfast, lunch and a closing cocktail reception.**TALKERS*publisher*Michael Harrison*states, “As has always been the case with this annual gathering, all the way back to its days as ‘The New Media Seminar,’ TALKERS 2018: Full Speed Ahead! will focus on the future.* There is no doubt about it; we are at the dawn of an exciting new era – full of both daunting challenges and fabulous opportunities.* Good things happen at this convention.* We pack three days’ worth of content and activity into one dynamic day and comfortable space. It is not to be missed!” *Complete agenda and hotel details will be posted in the coming days and weeks.* As is customary with*TALKERS*conventions, TALKERS 2018: Full Speed Ahead! is only open to members of the professional media industry and communications students.* Because seating is limited and the event has been an early sellout every year since the 1990s, in order to maintain this policy, non-refundable registrations can only be purchased via telephone with a credit card.* Full registration, including all functions, meals, and refreshments costs $329 per person.* However, an early bird special ($279 per person) is available for those who register before 5:00 pm ET on Friday, February 2.* To register or obtain sponsorship information, call*Barbara Kurland*at 413-565-5413. More...
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    January 19th, 2018, 07:25 AM
    From Radio Insight: From RadioInsight After agreeing in December to purchase Silent 1510 WMEX Boston from Daly XXL Communications for $125,000, the contract by Ed Perry’s Marshfield Broadcasting Company has been filed with the FCC. Not included in the deal are the current call letters as the license to use them from 105.9 WMEX-LP Rochester NH was non-transferrable. Also the contract states that the current tower site owner Duffy Associates, LLC has filed a lawsuit against Daly XXL Communications, Ed Perry, and former WMEX owner Blackstrap Broadcasting. International Church of the Grace of God will pay $685,000 to Salem Media for 1260 WBIX Boston. The group began operating the station via LMA on January 8 upon which it dropped the station’s Conservative Talk lineup for Portuguese language programming targeted at Brazilian ex-pats. Isaac Calle is buying out the 70% stake of Vision Communications Network and its Spanish Christian “Genesis 680” WGES St. Petersburg FL he does not own by paying $143,658.50 for Evelyn Chaparro’s 40% and $107,743.88 for Edwin Ortiz’s 30% of the company. Bold Gold Media is purchasing “Classic Rock 103.5” WMMZ Berwick PA from Joe Reilly’s Columbia FM for $700,000. Reilly will retain Talk/AC 930 WHLM Bloomsburg/1280 WBWX Berwick and their associated translators. After the sale of five Connecticut stations to Red Wolf Broadcasting this week, Connoisseur Media sells the remaining piece of its “Talk of Connecticut” network. David Webster’s Trignition Media, owners of “Viva” 840 WRYM/107.3 W297BT New Britain will pay $260,000 for 1240 WWCO Waterbury and its Construction Permit for 106.3 W292FI. John Burdette sells Oldies 1240 WJLX Jasper AL to James Earley for $115,000. Hawaii Public Radio converts its Programming and Managing Agreement of 89.9 KIPL Lihue HI from Crossroads Christian Fellowship into a $1 purchase. Translator Sales Urban One purchases 92.7 W224DI Indianapolis from Charles Anderson for $200,000. W224DI was moved to Indianapolis in the 2016 250 mile waiver period to rebroadcast Urban One Gospel “1310 The Light” WTLC Indianapolis. Smile FM purchases Silent 100.3 W262AF Parchment/Kalamazoo MI from FCR Broadcasting for $30,000. Smile will use W262AF to rebroadcast their Christian AC “Smile-FM” network off of 88.7 WSIS Riverside. The post Station Sales Week Of 1/19: A Pair Of Boston AMs Sold appeared first on RadioInsight. more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:55 AM
    From All Access: GEORGE McFLY is winging his way toward his next job as he's exiting afternoons at SAND HILL MEDIA Country KUPI/IDAHO FALLS, ID, shortly. If you want hear how good GEORGE sounds, click … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:55 AM
    From All Access: BONNEVILLE INTERNATIONAL CORP. Urban AC KBLX (102.9)/SAN FRANCISCO Quiet Storm host ARMAND CARR was presented with the 2017 JEFFERSON AWARD for “PERSON OF THE YEAR” in SAN … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:55 AM
    From All Access: ROLLING STONE reports HOWARD STERN will induct BON JOVI into THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME when the band is honored this APRIL in CLEVELAND. The pair made the news public when JON BON JOVI … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:55 AM
    From All Access: SHOCKER! After 21 years with iHEARTMEDIA (including CLEAR CHANNEL), the world famous KELLY DOHERTY is leaving the company as her position as VP/Imaging has been eliminated. DOHERTY told … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:55 AM
    From Radio Insight: From RadioInsight As part of its ongoing bankruptcy proceedings Cumulus Media has asked the United States Bankruptcy Court for permission to walk away from fourteen contracts at its February 1 hearing. The contracts include a handful of tower and building leases, advertising agreemnts, owed money to the NFL’s Buffalo Bills and former Westwood One President Bill Battison, and Westwood One agreements to carry programming nationally from CNBC and the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks. The three contracts with the biggest impact will be felt in Chicago. At the start of 2014, Cumulus began operating Merlin Media’s Classic Rock “97.9 The Loop” WLUP and Alternative 101.1 WKQX Chicago via LMA. Cumulus paid Merlin on average $600,000 per month to lease the two stations and claims to have suffered losses of $1.5 million in 2014, $800K in 2015, $1.1 million in 2016, and $5.1 million in 2017. The deal also included a Put and Call Agreement that gave Cumulus the right to purchase the stations until 10/5/2017 for the greater of $70 million minus the LMA fees paid or $50 million. Should Cumulus not have exercised that agreement by that date, Merlin had a ten day window to exercise its option to require the sale be filed which it did on October 6. Cumulus lawyers state that the contract is above fair market value for the stations. The company also seeks to walk away from a “talent agreement” with American Patriot LLC to provide programming for the stations, which in this case would be WLUP morning host Erich ‘Mancow’ Muller. Cumulus also seeks to be freed from its obligations for News/Talk 890 WLS to carry the play-by-play of MLB’s Chicago White Sox and the NBA’s Chicago Bulls. Cumulus entered into a reported six year agreement in July 2015 to carry the two co-owned franchises starting with the 2016 seasons. Should the motions by Cumulus be granted by the judge overseeing their bankruptcy at the scheduled February 1 hearing or soon after the contracts would be nullified immediately leaving Merlin Media to once again operate WKQX and WLUP and the Bulls in need of a station to broadcast their games in the middle of the NBA season. The post Cumulus Seeks To Cancel WLUP/WKQX LMA & Purchase; And Chicago PBP Deals appeared first on RadioInsight. more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:25 AM
    From All Access: SHOCKER! After 21 years with iHEARTMEDIA (including CLEAR CHANNEL), the world famous KELLY DOHERTY is leaving the company as her position as VP/Imaging has been eliminated. DOHERTY told … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:25 AM
    From All Access: In terms of radio and television station transactions, the past year was strong but not overwhelming. As shown in the year end totals, BIA/KELSEY reports that the total number of television … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:25 AM
    From All Access: What sets WORLDWIDE RADIO SUMMIT 2018 apart? It's the cutting edge content from the brightest thought leaders in Radio, Music, Digital/Social in the US and from around the world, … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:25 AM
    From All Access: BONNEVILLE INTERNATIONAL CORP. Urban AC KBLX (102.9)/SAN FRANCISCO Quiet Storm host ARMAND CARR was presented with the 2017 JEFFERSON AWARD for “PERSON OF THE YEAR” in SAN … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:25 AM
    From All Access: ALL ACCESS Happy Birthday wishes FRIDAY (1/19) to CAPITOL's JO HODGE, EL DORADO/SANTA MARIA, CA OM DAVE DANIELS, former EPIC RECORDS VP/Rock LYNN MCDONNELL, WVVL/DOTHAN, AL OM/PD MIKE … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:25 AM
    From All Access: ... ATLANTIC CITY-CAPE MAY, NJ; AUGUSTA, GA; FT. WAYNE, IN; JACKSON, MS; LEXINGTON-FAYETTE, LA; MELBOURNE, FL; MUNCIE-MARION, IN; ROANOKE-LYNCHBURG, VA; SUSSEX, NJ; TRENTON, NJ; WORCHESTER, … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 06:25 AM
    From All Access: The legendary GEORGE McFLY is winging his way toward his next job as he's exiting afternoons at SAND HILL MEDIA Country KUPI/IDAHO FALLS, ID, shortly. If you want hear how good GEORGE … more
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    January 19th, 2018, 05:20 AM
    From Radio Online: According to BIA/Kelsey, there were 755 radio stations sold in 2017 for a total value of over $3.3 billion. That was an increase of 179 outlets over the previous year and the total value of those stations also increased by over $2.8 billion. The increases can be credited to the Entercom acquisition of CBS Radio. In a … more
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    January 18th, 2018, 08:24 PM
    From All Access: RICK SACKHEIM, MANNY SIMON, DANNY COOPER, SCOTT SHANNON, JAY SHANNON, JOHN PEAKE, JOHN REYNOLDS, BRADY BROSKI, NADINE SANTOS, JOE GUZIK, AMANDA DOBBINS, ALLAN BENEDICT, ROB WILCOX, SPAM, … more
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    January 18th, 2018, 06:57 PM
    From All Access: iHEARTMEDIA Alternative KTCL/DENVER will host its annual "KEGGS & EGGS" show on FRIDAY, MARCH 16th at BLAKE STREET TAVERN with performances by PORTUGAL. THE MAN, AJR, and … more
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    January 18th, 2018, 06:57 PM
    From All Access: AJR has been added to the lineup for the first-ever iHEARTRADIO ALTer EGO festival happening FRIDAY, JANUARY 19th at THE FORUM in LOS ANGELES. The show will air live across over 60 … more
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