West Michigan: Newsmakers Feb 20 - 26

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Grand Rapids Press:

In the country music industry, the Country Radio Seminar just can't be beat. Last week, the annual convention celebrated its 37th anniversary, drawing radio professionals from all over to the country-music capital for three days of business-related workshops and showcases by established acts and newcomers... Big names in country fire up radio convention (Tue 2/21)



The Funny Radio Book

The Radio Funny Book is a collection of hundreds of funny radio stories, on the air and behind the scenes. The nationally circulated "Inside Radio" fax by Tom Taylor described the book as containing decades of funny radio stories. The "Radio World" editor, Paul McLane, told his readers, "Bob Doll is droll. His book offers readers a pleasant read about the lighter side of radio. It includes an announcder test and 'man on the street' flashbacks. It's $13.95 plus $4.59 s/h from bbotw.com. Doll spent 10 yewars of his 55 year radio career is owner-operator of WAOP AM/FM Otsego, Michigan. He can be reached now at bobar@sbcglobal.net.

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on February 26, 2006 8:00 PM.

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