Industry News Bits 6-30-20
The discussion “Gospel Music, Promotion, and Technology” will stream live TODAY, June 30th. The discussion will feature prominent voices in the gospel music industry.
The first 25 people to register (with their company name and address) will be eligible to receive a gift from Play MPE. The talk will be moderated by Revival Music Company President Terrance Howell. Panelists include Sheilah Belle – Owner & Founder of The Belle Report, Mike Chandler – President & CEO of Rejoice Musical Soulfood, and Tamar Rand – VP of Promotions & Strategy for RCA Inspiration.
The talk starts at 4:00 PM ET. To register go HERE.
Daywind Media group is offering an hour long 4th of July radio special, “I Still Believe In America: A Celebration of Faith And Freedom.” Artists featured include Lee Greenwood, Brian Free & Assurance, Karen Peck & New River, Gaither Homecoming Friends, The Isaacs, Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers, Jonathan Wilburn, Gordon Mote and many more.
This program will be offered as a full hour or segmented, with 2 optional breaks allowing for 6 minutes of local spot inventory. The show is non-com friendly and free to any station that is interested in airing it. More information available by emailing Greg Goodman at email@example.com
Premier Christian Radio/London morning personality John Pantry announces his retirement after 24 years behind the mic. Pantry is the longest-serving national breakfast radio presenter in Britain with his “Inspirational Breakfast” going on the air 24 years ago in June 1995.
Peter Kerridge, CEO of Premier Christian Radio says, “John Pantry is a living legend. He has been an integral part of the Premier family for the past 24 years and we are hugely grateful for the contribution he has given to so many during that time. To have become the country’s longest serving national breakfast radio presenter, is just an incredible achievement. His loyalty and ability to empathize with the audience will make him very difficult to replace.”
After 5 years BBN engineer Steve Tuzeneu has accepted the GM position at Connecticut Radio Fellowship WIHS/Middleton, CT starting July 15th. Tuzeneu brings over 45 years of diverse radio station experience, from announcing to engineering to management. His career is coming full circle, because he worked for WIHS from 1985-1991 when the station was located in downtown Middletown.
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