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A Decade in the Radio Life of Lady Gaga

Posted: 11 Oct 2018 11:13 AM PDT

In October 2008, it was clear that Top 40 music was on an upward swing that
had begun a few years earlier with “Get the Party Started,” “Hollaback
Girl,” and “Since U Been Gone.” On this day a decade ago, the supercharged
hit music dubbed “Turbo-Pop” in this column was already well on display —
Pink, “So What?”; Britney Spears, “Womanizer”; Katy Perry, “Hot & Cold”;
Rihanna, “Disturbia.”
On this week in 2008, Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance” was already six months old.
I’d liked it enough to rip it into my iTunes right away. And for a while,
it was just another song in my iTunes that should have been a hit.. But
after becoming a hit in Canada, always friendlier to all things Euro-gummy,
it was up 73-67 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, while still waiting to
make the radio airplay chart.
Then “Just Dance” exploded and touched off a string of seven hits over the
course of an album (The Fame) and a half (The Fame Monster). The moment
when a “Just Dance” is followed by a “Poker Face” — even better and bigger
— is the real moment when a star is born. And it kept happening. It was
almost like having Thriller as one’s debut album.

Top 40’s comeback was going to happen either way. But Gaga gave the genre a
consumer press star of the sort that always marks an upswing for the
format. She was playful in the way that Kelly Clarkson was earnest and Pink
was angsty. And she made bubblegum okay. Americans might have caught the
Abba reference in “Alejandro,” but who here caught that both “Poker Face”
and “Bad Romance” both contained shout-outs to the ‘70s Eurodisco of Boney

If the first two years of Gaga’s career seemed effortless, the ensuing
years were as frustrating as trying to follow-up “Thriller.” On “Born This
Way,” Gaga seemed to want to do something more dignified but less
delectable. Over the next decade, there were attempts to give radio what it
wanted, there were other moments when that didn’t seem like a concern at
all. Movie reviewers have expressed astonishment at the singer’s ability to
leave “meat dress Lady Gaga” behind in A Star Is Born. I wasn’t in any way
surprised. As a recording artist, she’d shown plenty of growth and
versatility, even when it wasn’t the right thing for a radio career.
A decade after her initial splash, A Star Is Born has returned Gaga to the
pop culture epicenter. The movie’s centerpiece duet with Bradley Cooper,
“Shallow,” not even intended as a single a week ago, is now a force of
nature. And now seems like a good time to talk about Gaga’s place at radio
over the last decade, because where she fit (or didn’t) says a lot about
the state of the format itself. So let’s flash forward at yearly intervals,
starting with:
October 2009: Top 40 radio is exploding now, as second and third stations
start to pop up in market after market, driven by a belief that PPM favors
the format, but also by the availability of so many up-tempo hits. Gaga is
on her fourth hit now, “Paparazzi.” The previous single was “Love Game,”
even bolder, even gummier, even more suggestive than the first two. At
another time, CHR might have blanched. Now it’s along for a ride on the
disco stick. Kesha’s “Tik Tok” is a hit now as well. At first, it sounds
like a Gaga copy, but the genre expands so quickly that you can’t keep
track of who is influencing whom.* *
October 2010: The singles from The Fame Monster have already run their
course, but haven’t disappointed. “Alejandro” was Gaga’s goofiest hit
single yet. By any other act, without Gaga’s momentum or acknowledged
playfulness, it couldn’t have been a hit. “Bad Romance” was received with
no such hesitation. “Telephone” is on the charts at the moment, but by the
Glee Cast. Turbo-pop is at its peak: “Dynamite,” “DJ Got Us Falling in
Love,” “Only Girl in the World,” “I Like It.” Kesha is now an established
artist herself with multiple hits — now just one of many having hits in the

October 2011: The Born This Way album came out in May, and by October is
already on its fourth single, “You and I.” That ballad should have been the
clean-up hitter, but two of its predecessors, the title track and “The Edge
of Glory,” have been perfunctory near-hits (regardless of chart peak),
while “Judas” disappeared quickly. “Born This Way” is well-intentioned but
bewildering. After becoming Madonna for a new generation on the last
project, why does Gaga feel compelled to nod to the original, if it means
going backwards musically? Besides, the competition is thick (“Moves Like
Jagger,” “Last Friday Night [T.G.I.F.]”) and even teen punk has gone
turbo-pop with Cobra Starship. “You and I” is visible now as a precursor of
the versatile Gaga on display now, but at the time, it faced early PPM-era
resistance to ballads, along with the second album’s loss of momentum.

*October 2012: Gaga is between projects this October. Turbo-pop is, by
turns, becoming meaner (Pink, “Blow Me One Last Kiss”), sludgier (Maroon 5,
“One More Night”), and/or more EDM-flavored (Justin Bieber, “As Long as You
Love Me”; Ellie Goulding, “Lights”; Psy, “Gangnam Style” — also the
beginning of hit music as meme). The artists who helped revive CHR are
starting to falter; Kelly Clarkson’s latest hit streak is fading, and her
current single is “Dark Side.”

October 2013: “Applause” is up 11-7 at CHR this week. It is a return to a
familiar sound for Gaga, but not quite a return to form. CHR radio deals
with it dutifully, but without brio, and when controversy erupts over the
follow-up duet with R. Kelly, “Do What U Want,” radio moves on quickly. And
yet, one of the things that “Applause” contributes to the charts this week
is tempo and energy, as pop music becomes more ethereal or meandering,
depending on your viewpoint. Lorde, “Royals,” is No. 1 this week. Even
bubblegum is becoming sludgy. Miley Cyrus, “Wrecking Ball,” is a hit this
week. Katy Perry is still mid-to-up with “Roar” but “Dark Horse” is waiting
to explode.

October 2014: The most Gaga-esque single at Top 40 this week is Charli
XCX’s “Boom Clap.” That song has ties to a lot of the aggressive mid-tempo
pop now populating radio, but it also recalls the early Gaga audacity. Lady
Gaga herself is missing from the Mainstream Top 40 chart. If you want her,
however, she’s topping the Billboard 200 with the Tony Bennett duets album,
Cheek to Cheek.The Bennett LP seems more like a sidebar that shows the
artist’s versatility rather than a forced retreat from the pop mainstream,
but it’s interesting to note that when Linda Ronstadt did just that with
What’s New, she was at roughly 15 years into her career — twice Gaga’s
tenure. Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” is a hit this week, but the next
group of female artists is represented, including Ariana Grande and Meghan

October 2015: Gaga is away at the moment. The year has belonged to Taylor
Swift, and her current hit is the airy “Wildest Dreams.” The No. 1 pop
single is R. City f/Adam Levine, “Locked Away.” The No. 2 and 3 songs are
by Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato. The No. 4 single is the Weeknd’s “The
Hills,” and Lana Del Rey is a phenomenon as pop music is drawn further into
the ether. Time and TV appearances will quickly prove that Del Rey is not
Gaga, but they are, in a way, sisters in performance art, and when the
up-tempo “Summertime Sadness” hits, it definitely has its Gaga-esque

October 2016: I’ve known from the first spin that it was going to be me
against the world on “Perfect Illusion.” The month-old song is still
climbing the charts this week, buoyed by the recent announcement of Gaga’s
upcoming Super Bowl halftime show, but it’s about to peak at No. 20. The
real hits at CHR are bouncy but dense mid-tempo EDM — “Closer,” “Cheap
Thrills,” “Cold Water.” I appreciate “Perfect Illusion” for its energy and
multiple climactic moments. Radio programmers hear only stridency, and
besides Gaga used up her first-single goodwill at CHR on “Applause.” CHR
ratings are not yet on an obvious downswing, and I’m finding myself
wondering if maybe nobody misses tempo except cranky old guys. I like
“Perfect Illusion” for its faint echoes of the Grass Roots’ “Midnight
Confessions” — a propulsive legitimate candidate for my favorite “radio
record” of all time. But that clearly couldn’t be a hit in this day and age

October 2017: By October, two more Gaga singles have run their course. The
Super Bowl triumph has nudged “Million Reasons” to No. 15 at CHR in March.*
“The Cure,” not part of the original Joanne album, got to No. 20 in May.
“Million Reasons” should have at least become an AC staple, but at this
moment, the format is taking its cues from CHR; even an AC-sounding ballad
struggles to become a real AC hit without making it to power at Top 40.

“The Cure” generated initial CHR excitement, then petered out, although as
is now typical, it is now on its way back to power rotation at stations
like WHTZ (Z100) New York. I have mixed feelings about “The Cure” — a clear
attempt to give CHR what it wants after the willfulness of the previous two
singles. A Star Is Born gives Gaga’s character several deliberately insipid
hit songs that parody today’s pop. “The Cure” is a better-crafted song, but
sonically, it’s of a piece with them. Meanwhile, even Taylor Swift is
fighting her own battles with radio, which is grudgingly running “Look What
You Made Me Do” to No. 1 on the way to dispensing with it as soon as
possible afterwards.

A week ago, it seemed possible that “Shallow” might be just another one of
those songs where Edison Research’s Larry Rosin and I bemoan radio’s
unwillingness to seize a cultural moment. It landed at No. 1 on iTunes
immediately, a few days ahead of the release of A Star Is Born. It was
already known to people from an unavoidable movie trailer. And yet, there
were only a handful of stations that recognized the event value in its
first few days. That there are too few women programming pop music for a
female audience is an article unto itself, but it’s worth noting that two
of the early supporters were among the most prominent in those ranks, WTMX
Chicago’s Mary Ellen Kachinske and WKSE/WTSS Buffalo, N.Y.’s Sue O’Neil.

On Friday, it was still “I’ll Never Love Again” that was being discussed as
the emphasis track. Once A Star Is Born opened, it seemed unlikely that
anything besides “Shallow” could be a single. At this writing on Wednesday
night, “Shallow” is at the very beginning of a groundswell. Fifteen months
ago, I wrote about Kesha’s “Praying” about two weeks into its development
and turned out to be spectacularly wrong about the timing of its chart
trajectory. But not the eventual outcome. And regardless of how the radio
story takes shape, for the audience “Shallow” is a hit already, and likely
to remain that way until Oscar time.

At this time in pop music history, I don’t often find myself advocating for
ballads. “Shallow” will not fix pop music’s tempo crisis. As Gaga succeeded
Madonna a decade ago, the next artist who makes fun, up-tempo,
provocative-but-playful records is going to have to do that. Gaga is still
capable of making great singles. She might again have multiple hits, even
from this movie. But all the evidence from A Star Is Born shows that she’ll
never be frothy pop Gaga. That’s okay. In the natural order of things, it’s
time for a new Madonna/Gaga, and radio needs one.

Then again, “Shallow” doesn’t have to fix the tempo crisis. Like “Endless
Love” in the doldrums of 1981, being a phenomenal, real hit is enough.
“Shallow” address other problems—the song-to-song sameness and the lack of
galvanizing “real hits.” If it changes the notion of what constitutes a hit
single in 2018, that will be a significant accomplishment, too. And if the
second weekend of A Star Is Born is anywhere near as buzzy as the first, it
also gives radio a chance to share another cultural experience with
listeners, not just the Song of Summer.

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Emmis To 'Dramatically Reduce' NextRadio & TagStation Operations

Posted: 11 Oct 2018 08:50 AM PDT

After launching with much bravado in 2013, Emmis Communications intends to
dramatically reduce the operations of its NextRadio and TagStation

NextRadio was launched with the purpose of bringing FM tuners to mobile
devices. While it was successful on getting the app on many devices there
was one major hold-out in Apple who made it impossible to get the momentum
needed for the app to gain critical mass, or was it simply the lack of
demand for FM on a phone? As the two biggest radio operators in iHeartMedia
and Entercom proceeded with building their own streaming platforms in
iHeartRadio and respectively, it showed that the future was in
getting radio into a proper streaming platform and not just making FM
available on a device. TagStation is the underlying cloud data service that
allows stations to synchronize their broadcasts with images, interactive
touch points, and other related data for display in the NextRadio app, HD
Radio, and connected car dashboards while producing analytics around it.

In its quarterly earnings report today, CEO Jeff Smulyan stated Emmis had
been working to create a consortium of radio operators to own the
NextRadio/TagStation business using their collective scale and resources to
build an attribution platform for the radio industry that would have
provided the common language and measurement that radio advertisers are
demanding, but appear to be unsuccessful. Due to the losses incurred Emmis
is unwilling and unable to continue to fund the NextRadio and TagStation
businesses as they are currently structured, we plan to dramatically reduce
the operations of these businesses and explore other means of eliminating
the operating losses from these businesses in the coming months.

Smulyan added later in their earnings conference call that while other
operators were willing to support the platform through words they not
willing to support it with dollars and that the operation will be winding
down completely.

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Entercom Debuts Out Now LGBTQ HD Network In Five Markets

Posted: 11 Oct 2018 08:13 AM PDT

Entercom has announced the full launch of the LGBTQ Out Now HD/streaming
brand it has been soft launching in Los Angeles.

In addition to 97.1 KAMP-HD2 Los Angeles, the station will also air on 94.1
KMXB-HD2 Las Vegas, 94.7 KKDO-HD2 Sacramento, 97.3 KLLC-HD2 San Francisco,
and 98.1 KKSN-HD3 San Diego. The stations lineup will feature a mix of talk
shows and music including a revamped version of Loveline hosted by Dr.
Chris Donaghue and actress/author/comedian Carrie Keagan.

The full lineup for Out Now will include The Morning Beat hosted by Queer
Eye For The Straight Guys Jai Rodriguez and former American Idol contestant
Mikalah Gordon from 6-10am pacific. A number of weekly shows will fill the
12-2pm slot including B. Scott on Mondays, designer Ryan Black on Tuesdays,
Dumb Gay Politics + Everything Else hosted by Julie Goldman and Brandy
Howard on Thursdays, and lawyer John Duran on Fridays. Afternoons from
4-7pm will feature Lets Go There w/ Shira Ryan hosted by Whats Trendings
Shira Lazar and Circa News social media editor Ryan Mitchell. The
aforementioned Loveline follows from 7-9pm Mondays-Thursdays, while DJ Alex
D will mix on Fridays from 8-10 and Saturdays from 10pm-12am.

Entercom, the #1 creator of live, original, local audio content in the
United States, and its Los Angeles station 97.1 AMP Radio (KAMP-FM)
announced the launch of “Out Now,” the premiere LGBTQ+ Talk Radio Network
dedicated to celebrating the LGBTQ+ community and their allies. To coincide
with National Coming Out Day, “Out Now” will launch today on, the
exclusive digital home for all Entercom content across the company’s robust
portfolio of 235 radio stations, the app and on 97.1 HD2. The
station is also available on sister stations in four additional markets
including Mix 94.1 HD2 (KMXB-FM) in Las Vegas, ALT 94-7 HD2 (KKDO-FM) in
Sacramento, Sunny 98.1 HD3 (KXSN-FM) in San Diego and Alice @ 97.3 HD2
(KLLC-FM) in San Francisco.

“We are thrilled to launch ‘Out Now’, a passion project for our entire
team, to give a voice to the LGBTQ community and its allies,” said Jeff
Federman, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Entercom Los Angeles.
“Our goal is to provide a high quality listening experience and content for
our community as well as a diverse platform with differing points of view.”

The new weekday line-up is as follows:

6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.: “The Morning Beat” hosted by Jai Rodriguez and
Mikalah Gordon

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.: “Our House”

12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.: Monday – “The B. Scott Show”

Tuesday – “Life w/ Ryan” hosted by Ryan Black

Thursday – “Dumb Gay Politics + Everything Else” hosted by Julie Goldman
and Brandy Howard

Friday – “Sidebar with John Duran” hosted by John Duran

4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.: “Let’s Go There” hosted by Shira Lazar and Ryan

7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.: “LoveLine” hosted by Dr. Chris Donaghue and Carrie
Keagan (Monday-Thursday)

9:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.: Late Night Music

“Out Now” kicks off with a live day-long broadcast from The Abbey in West
Hollywood, CA from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. PT. The broadcast will feature a
variety of music along with guest appearances from actor Willam Belli,
comedian Bruce Villanch, singer Taylor Dayne and Fortune Feimster, among

Listeners can tune in to “Out Now” nationwide on the app and
website. Fans can also connect with the station on social media via
Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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Hurricane Michael Takes Panama City Off The Air

Posted: 10 Oct 2018 03:59 PM PDT

Update 10:30pm: A handful of stations in Panama City have returned to the
air. iHeartMedias 92.5 WPAP and 98.5 WFSY are back on with locally
originating storm coverage. Gulf Coast Community Colleges Public News/Talk
90.7 WKGC-FM is airing programming from Bay County Emergency Operations
Center and with WMBB-TV staffers.

Original Report 10/10 7:00pm: As Hurricane Michael made landfall just east
of Panama City FL this afternoon, nearly every broadcast facility in the
market went off the air due to downed towers and power outages.

The first to go off the air were WJHG/WECP, the co-owned NBC and CBS
affiliates in the market. As their STL tower crashed outside their studio
facility the storm quickly ripped off parts of the stations roof and power
was lost. The WJHG STL tower was also the main antenna for Horizon
Broadcasting Sports ESPN 104.3 WGSX.

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We lost power here at WJHG/WECP. We are all in the hallway in the middle of
our building. It hasn’t made landfall yet so the worst is still to come
inland. This wind is SERIOUS. Everyone needs to hunker down.

Posted by WJHG-TV on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

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We have taken some damage at our studios. A portion of our roof has been
ripped off and water is getting into the

Posted by 104.3 ESPN Panama City on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Across town ABC affiliate WMBB lost its main power and its backup generator
taking it off the air as well leaving the area with no local television
news. WMBBs cable and web viewers were given special coverage for the area
produced by co-owned WFLA-TV Tampa as was WDHN-TV Dothan AL.

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NEWS ALERT #HurricaneMichael has come ashore in Panama City, Florida
knocking out power and internet to our WMBB News 13 studios and the
surrounding areas. Our news team is safe and our engineers are working, to
get the station back on the air, as soon as possible. Officials say to
shelter in place, in the smallest interior room in your home, without
windows, until further notice. News photographer, Chase Commins and I are
just west of the Panama City Beach area covering Walton and Okaloosa
Counties and will continue broadcasting updates, as long as it is safe to
do so. Peyton LoCicero

Posted by WMBB-TV on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

At the time WJHG went off the air, its programming was airing on multiple
radio stations including the iHeartMedia cluster in the market. Country
92.5 WPAP morning host Dr. Shane Collins was leading coverage across the
iHeartMedia stations all morning with some cut-ins to WJHG. As the storm
made landfall, the stations all switched to programming from the
Tallahassee cluster. Eventually though the STL tower at their facility fell
over as well with their Director of Engineering Charlie Wooten posting on
Facebook that the staff is trapped at the facility due to flooding.

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Posted by Teresa Frame Connell on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Powell Broadcastings four FMs in the market also were taken off the air due
to a tower loss as theirs completely bent over leaving the transmission
antennas intact.

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Posted by Jeff Baxter on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

We have not seen or heard any updates from Magic Broadcastings four station
cluster in Panama City or Public News/Talk 90.7 WKGC, but they too are off
the air as of this writing.

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It appears that our station and our sister stations have been taken off the
air. Not sure what the problem is but as soon as it’s safe we will try to
get back on the air.

Posted by Island 106 on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

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People Moves 10/10: Job Openings In St. Louis, Tampa, Denver & Sturgeon Bay

Posted: 10 Oct 2018 03:15 PM PDT

Entercom is seeking a new Program Director for Hot AC Y98 KYKY and AC 102.5
KEZK St. Louis. No word on the status yet of Marty Linck who has held that
position since November 2011.

Interested applicants can find out more information here.

iHeartMedia Hot AC Mix 100.7 WMTX Tampa has dropped the syndicated Brooke
Jubal morning show and is seeking someone local. The job posting seeks a
family friendly host with three years radio experience.

Max Media Rhythmic CHR Flo 107.1 KFCO Denver is on the lookout for a new
midday host to fill the opening created by Nina Blancos move to mornings at
iHeartMedia CHR 95.7 The Party KPTT Denver.

FLO 107.1 The Mile High’s New Home for Hip-Hop is searching for a
full-time midday on-air personality that understands the Hip-Hop culture.
Two years on-air, production, and great online skills required. If you want
to live in one of American’s best cities, rush your resume package,
including your on-air demo to

Or you may choose to mail:

Max Radio of Denver

Scott Dwyer

Program Director – FLO 107.1

3033 S. Parker Rd. Suite 700

Aurora, CO. 80014

NO Phone Calls Please

Max Radio of Denver is an equal opportunity employer

Door County Radio Group Classic Hits Rewind 97.7 WQDC Sturgeon Bay WI is
seeking an Operations Manager/morning host to replace Max in the Morning as
he steps down by the end of the month.

Rewind 97.7s Max in the Morning will be exiting by the end of the month and
the search is on to fill big shoes in the Cape Cod of the Midwest. We need
an Operations Manager for a very successful Classic Hits station in Door
County Wisconsin. Just a quick 30 minutes from Lambeau Field, we are in an
area surrounded by water and all the outdoor activity you can handle. You
will serve as the production manager for a 2 station combo, host a morning
show, and handle 6 short newscasts a day for Rewinds sister station. This
is an operation run by life long radio people with ZERO corporate
affiliation! Email
for more information on
this dream position!

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