August Nielsen PPM numbers are here this week. Look for Day 3 results today including Kansas City, Las Vegas and more.
Results are sponsored by Dunham+Company on HisAir and will be posted after 5pm ET. Latest ratings are HERE.
HisAir hears KXBS/St Louis (BOOST Radio) MD morning co-host Bryan Harada (Yoshi) is headed to KSBJ/Houston. Harada will take the APD/MD slot vacated by Drew Wilson who exited the position in May. Harada has been with BOOST for six years and has previous experience at KCMS/Seattle (Spirit 105.3) and NGEN/Houston.
BOOST Radio PD Mike Couchman needs a strong replacement for Yoshi. Listing is HERE.
WCLQ/Wausau (89Q) is launching a new morning show October 10th with Andi Miller and Peter Chagnon. Miller is currently heard afternoons on WCLQ and Chagnon, who’s been off the air for 6 years since doing mornings at NewLife FM/Griffon, GA, joined WCLQ in Aug 2021 as Business Development Manager. More details on the changes coming soon.
The Gospel Music Association (GMA) announced Erica Campbell and Chris Tomlin as the hosts for the 53rd Annual GMA Dove Awards. The GMA Dove Awards are happening live and in person in Nashville, TN, October 18th, 2022. This year’s broadcast will air exclusively on TBN and the TBN app, Friday, October 21st, 2022 at 8:00p.m. ET and 10:00p.m. ET, with an encore presentation on October 28th, 2022 at 8:00p.m. ET and 10:00p.m. ET.
Erica Campbell (half of the gospel duo Mary Mary) is a multi-platinum artist, TV personality and host of the nationally syndicated radio show Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell. She is a five-time GRAMMY Award-winning artist with 16 Stellar Awards, three NAACP Image Awards, two American Music Awards, four Soul Train Awards and 13 Dove Awards.
GRAMMY Award-winning artist Chris Tomlin, heralded as the “most often sung artist in the world” by TIME magazine, has inspired and uplifted an entire generation of believers. He has 17 #1 singles, has sold 12 million albums with 5.6 Billion career streams, won a GRAMMY, three Billboard Music Awards and 27 Dove Awards.
WCVO/Columbus (The River) has launched season 4 of “The Rivalry” Podcast. The River afternoon Co-Host Josh (“Jace”) Evans and Social Media Director Josh Pollock host a weekly podcast focused on the Ohio State-Michigan college football rivalry.
“It certainly wouldn’t work everywhere,” said Evans. “But Columbus is a football-crazed town. We believe this podcast is a perfect example of thinking outside the box and reaching an audience who might otherwise never listen to the station. Our hope is to not only grow the podcast for its own sake, but to grow our station audience as a whole.” Evans also quipped that “It makes being a Wolverine fan in Buckeye country more bearable.”
The Rivalry Podcast is now entering its fourth season – the first in the newly-designed podcast studio. Watch the latest episode HERE.
The NRB President’s Council will gather in Washington, D.C., September 19-21, with lawmakers, newsmakers, and policy experts speaking on First Amendment freedoms and providing insight on key issues of importance to NRB members.
The summit will be held at the Waldorf Astoria Washington DC, plus other essential venues downtown and on Capitol Hill. Confirmed Capitol Hill Media Summit contributors include former Representative Frank R. Wolf (R-VA-10), Brandon Tatum, host of “The Officer Tatum Show” on Salem Radio Network, Carrie Campbell Severino, president of Judicial Crisis Network (JCN), Charles Hurt, opinion editor of The Washington Times, and more.
Don Burns 1 year at KBMQ/Monroe, LA
Peter Chagnon (Father)