New Interview Update: @DjEnvy Talk’s With @Rocko4Real Live On @Siriusxm / @HipHopNation -http://wp.me/p2uZNO-1gV (3-21) S/o to @DjSteel1
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Tags: #DJ, Arts, Arts and Entertainment, Breakfast Club, Disc jockey, DJ Envy, MicrophoneBully, Music, Twitter
#BehindTheScenes of Sirius XM’s – HipHop Nation Show With DJ Envy and DJ Steel 3-14-2013 @MicrophoneBullyPosted: March 18, 2013 by jdobypr in Hip Hop, Internet Radio, MicrophoneBully, News
Tags: Arts, Bentley, Breakfast Club, DJ Envy, Lil Wayne, Love & HipHop, MicrophoneBully, Sirius XM Radio, television
Check out this exclusive Video footage as MicrophoneBully.com Brings you behind the scenes of SiriusXm‘s HipHopNation Show with Dj Steel and Dj Envy. (In this footage footage you will see Dj Envy and Dj Steel talk about Lil Wayne‘s Seizure and the brand new Bentley “Wraith“
- #Video Breakfast Clubs DJ Envy On The Combat Jack Show ( “I was Socially Akward” Envy talks about his come up) (keepitbasement.com)
- DJ Envy: The Last Few Jordans Were Wack (Video) (getmybuzzup.com)
Tags: Asia, Disc jockey, Hip hop, Joey Slick, Joint One, Los Angeles, New Year, Tokyo
Returning to live streaming on December 31, 2012, via their own portal, Joint One Radio brings its’ listeners a fresh format directly from the Joint One studio. This new format will increase global exposure to both major and independent artists alike. For 13 years, Joint One has held the number one spot in Asia for urban music.
Joint One is a multi-national company with offices in the Los Angeles area and broadcasting from Tokyo. Directly responsible for breaking many Western artists and music personalities in the Asian market, often before Western radio is playing the project, Joint One under the leadership of DJ Joey Slick, has developed a reputation as the go-to crew to get your music into Asia.
DJ Joey Slick, was sought out in 2000 to showcase his skills to Tokyo as part of J-Wave 81.3 FM, successfully adding Joint One Radio on INTERFM 76.1 in 2001, among other outlets to the show’s portfolio. Now in 2013 with over 2200+ episodes, Joey Slick and Joint One are ready to give their loyal fans more!
Joint One Radio, which reaches millions of listeners via Tokyo, will continue its’ Saturday show exclusively on INTERFM 76.1, however growth of the show has spurred the forward movement to a Joint One exclusive portal returning their weekday shows from their own studios which can be heard worldwide on the internet and mobile devices.
Joint One’s new format is themed: “Major Mondays” showcasing major label artists in the mix; “Tasty Tuesdays” collaborating underground Hip Hop with Reggae & Dancehall joints; “Wet Joint Wednesdays” featuring past & present R&B joints; “Throwback Thursdays” bringing back classic joints in the mix and “Fat Joint Fridays” spinning the greatest hits! (Music courtesy of the Joint One Record Pool Los Angeles).
Development of the Joint One brand continues to expand, fueled and driven by the global success of the radio show and record pool. Stay tuned for more Joint One major news and specials through www.jointone.com, www.facebook.com/jointoneradio & www.twitter.com/jointone as 2013 unfolds.
Joint One Radio staff and crew invite you to bring in the New Year with the one of a kind sounds of DJ Joey Slick and the whole crew, December 31 (Tokyo Time) as they bring in a brand new era providing hot new music and world premieres introducing top quality music from around the globe!
- Tokyo to be packed with nontraditional parties (japantimes.co.jp)
Tags: #DJ, Disc jockey, DJs, Hip hop, jadapinkettsmith, Music, numark, Overbrook Entertainment, rap, serato, Simon Cowell, Sony Pictures Television, SYCO, turntable, turntableist, United States, Will Smith
Already known to television audiences in Britain and the United States as the acerbic judge on hit talent shows like American Idol, The X Factorand Britain’s Got Talent, the 52-year-old is looking to expand his empire.
“DJ’s are the new rock stars, it feels like the right time to make this show,” he said in a statement.
The three parties said they would announce their broadcast partners in Britain and the United States soon.
Retrieved from: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/9040598/Simon-Cowell-to-launch-DJ-talent-show.html (January 29, 2012)
- Will and Jada Pinkett Smith Team Up with Simon Cowell To Launch New DJ Competition (allhiphop.com)
- @SimonCowell to launch DJ talent show #Follow @DJIVREAL (djivreal.com)
- “American Idol” for DJ’s from Simon Cowell & Will Smith (gearslutz.com)
- Simon Cowell’s new show will search for the world’s greatest DJs (arts.nationalpost.com)
- Simon Cowell Teaming Up With Sony And Will & Jada For DJ-Themed Reality Competition Show! (perezhilton.com)
- Will and Jada will be producing a DJ-themed reality show (thegrio.com)
- Simon Cowell, Will, and Jada Are Launching a DJ Competition Show (collegecandy.com)
- Simon Cowell, Will and Jada Getting Set To Launch DJ Competition Show (923now.radio.com)
- Will Smith to team with Simon Cowell, be at Sixers game (philly.com)
- Jada Pinkett-Smith & Simon Cowell Team Up for DJ Show (justjared.buzznet.com)
- Jada Pinkett-Smith & Simon Cowell Team Up for DJ Show (justjared.buzznet.com)
Tags: @Swurvradio, Art, Arts and Entertainment, brka, club dj, deephouse, Disc jockey, DJ, dj booth, Funkworm, hip hop artist, hip-hop, indiehiphop.net, Music, Radio, radio dj, secer
Hip hop artist Rhymefest wrote a thought provoking article at DJ Booth.net posing the question about who is more responsible for breaking records currently; bloggers or DJ’s? This has become increasingly frustrating for artists who find out that a lot of club DJ’s only want to play what’s hot on the streets and a terrestrial radio push demands that you have “mucho deniro”. So you’re stuck in a fucked up “chicken or the egg” scenario. They won’t play you if you’re not hot, but you can’t get hot if they don’t play you. (read more…)
Excerpt Retrieved from: http://www.indiehiphop.net/whos-really-breaking-records-bloggers-or-djs/Related articles (January 24, 2012) and used here by permission of the owner.
- The Rane Sixty-Two Z – co-designed by DJ Z Trip (serato.com)
- Mixtape: DJ Sheednomics – #Sheednomics303 (dayandadream.com)
- Being a radio dj just makes sense (sierracandia.wordpress.com)
- I Think These DJ’s Are Scared To Play Fred the Godson (subzinfo.wordpress.com)
- The Meaning Behind I-Tunes DJ (theesposito.com)
- DJ Brka & Pete Herbert@Secer club (exploringbelgrade.wordpress.com)
- DJ Brka & Pete Herbert@Secer club (threadlog.wordpress.com)
Tags: censorship bill, Darrell Issa, harryreid, internet piracy, Party leaders of the United States Senate, Protect IP Act, ron wyden, ronwyden, Senate, United States, web censorship, Wyden
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) delayed the PROTECT IP Act in the Senate by placing a hold on the legislation last year. That hold kept the bill from coming to the consideration of the full Senate after it wasunanimously voted out of the Judiciary Committee—and gave time for the Internet to rally against it. The delay proved useful; Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) today canceled a planned vote to end Wyden’s hold, one scheduled for next Tuesday. PROTECT IP appears, in its current form, to be dead. (read more…)
- PIPA support collapses, with 13 new Senators opposed (tribuneofthepeople.com)
- Can Issa, Wyden Change Piracy Debate? (adweek.com)
- Why is Ron Wyden a Useful Idiot? (johnhively.wordpress.com)
- Sen. Reid pushes Web censorship bill; foe promises filibuster (arstechnica.com)
- Debate over Internet piracy legislation heats up (sfgate.com)
- Where Do SOPA and PIPA Stand Now? (mashable.com)
- Ask Sen. Wyden to read your name during his Protect IP filibuster (stopcensorship.org)
Tags: @Swurvradio, Atlanta, Billboard charts, Doug Banks, Internet radio, KKDA-FM, OutKast, Radio, Tom Joyner, WGCI-FM, WTLC-FM
Atlanta, GA (BlackNews.com) — A new book entitled Sex Time And Radio Vol. 3: The Cult of Personality has been released as part of a 5 volume, 4 book series about life in urban radio during the 1990s & 2000s. The author of the series is Marcus Chapman; a music historian and on-air personality known as “MC Marcus Chapman” who worked at WGCI-FM in Chicago, KKDA-FM in Dallas, WTLC-FM in Indianapolis, and was heard on WVEE-FM in Atlanta. Chapman also came close to making stops at stations in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and North Carolina.
While the entire Sex Time And Radio book series lets the reader experience the lifestyle of an on-air personality first-hand, Vol. 3: The Cult of Personality deals with life inside professional radio from 1995 to 1999; most notably inside Chicago radio station WGCI. Not only was WGCI Chicago’s #1 station at that time, it was also considered by many industry insiders to be the top urban station in America during that era. The station’s air staff produced nationally known alumni like Tom Joyner, Steve Harvey, Doug Banks, and current BET voiceover talent Rick Party. Author Marcus Chapman was WGCI’s youngest employee in this era, and he gives the reader an All-Access VIP Pass through this journey raw and uncut.
This book contains encounters with celebrities like R Kelly, Aaliyah, Dr. Dre, Michael Jordan, James Brown, Erykah Badu, OutKast, Ice Cube, Tyrese, En Vogue, LisaRaye, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, and many more. It also contains info on how professional radio stations schedule their music; how comedians like Steve Harvey originally started in urban radio; how music industry policies affected record store sales and Billboard charts in the ‘90s; how clubs impacted the lives of on-air talents & their listeners; plus the challenges, frustrations & triumphs during the author’s own rise from studio assistant to on-air radio stardom. The book also delves into the deeper psychological reasons and life experiences that affect the sex drives of males in the spotlight. Chapman describes Sex Time And Radio Vol. 3: The Cult of Personality as “a must read for any mature adult who turned on a radio from the ‘90s until now” and says that it contains “valuable lessons for anyone who ever wanted to be more than what others expected them to be.”
Here’s a brief excerpt:
“With Doug Banks leaving the station, and Tom Joyner’s national show scheduled to move over to competitor V103 in January, there was a sense of uncertainty in the WGCI offices in late ’95. Members of the sales staff seemed particularly worried since much of the station’s revenue had been built from the popularity of the ‘Turntable Brothers’ Banks & Joyner. The station now had to continue without their two marquee names, and an entirely new lineup had to be built for GCI. If things had gone as planned, 1996 would’ve simply been another successful year for the station. Instead, a chain of events took place in the fall of ‘95 that would change not only WGCI, but eventually all urban and urban AC stations around the country, as well as on-air talents and listeners in not-so-positive ways.”
Chapter titles in the book include:
The 20 Dollar Challenge; The Name Game; Telephone Luv; Meet You at the Party; A Shot at the Title; JB, Aaliyah, and the Dr. Dre/Tupac Battle From the Grave; The Afterset; The Rotation; Say My Name, Say My Name; Black Coffee; Goin’ Postal; Standing On the Outside; Break On Through to the Other Side!; Welcome to the Club; Livin’ Like a Rock Star (And the Legend of the 3rd Floor); Birthday Licks; Sexorcism; Balance; and Time For Me to Fly.
NOTE: The cover of Sex Time And Radio Vol. 3 is styled after the Ohio Players 1974 album Fire.
PRESS CONTACT: Interview bookings with author Marcus Chapman can be made directly at firstname.lastname@example.org For his Amazon bookstore, bio, radio library, You Tube clips, photos, Facebook & Twitter accounts, and more, go to www.MarcusChapman.com or www.SexTimeAndRadio.com
- Article: Is Internet Radio A Substitute For Radio? (jdobypr.wordpress.com)
- Radio One, Inc. Announces That Karen Vaughn Has Been Promoted to Program Director of WTLC-FM in Indianapolis (prnewswire.com)
- Pioneer Inventor Is Conducting a Radio Movie Station (Feb, 1930) (modernmechanix.com)
- Airwaves Clear Slightly for Community Radio (abcnews.go.com)
- Radio industry to test digital measurement system (mumbrella.com.au)
- The LisaRaye Memorial Day Mixdown Weekend (slideshare.net)
Tags: @Swurvradio, AdWeek, Cumulus Media, Dickey, drpa, Internet radio, iPod, music rights, Pandora, Radio, spotify, Streaming media
By Glenn Peoples, Nashville
Pandora and Spotify Face Different Issues In Getting Music Rights
Let’s revisit this statement in 10 or 20 years: Streaming music services such as Pandora and Spotify are “not radio substitutes any more than your Walkman, CD collection or iPod ever was,” Lew Dickey, CEO, president and chairman of Cumulus Media, tells AdWeek. Instead, Dickey believes they are threats to CDs and downloads but not free local radio.
Dickey could be right. Only a time machine would help us know for sure. But I’m guessing people not in the traditional radio business would probably wager his statements prove to be wrong in a decade or two. Pandora is radio-like in many ways. It thinks like a radio company. It calls itself a radio company. And it is very open in its desire to displace traditional radio companies.
Actually, Dickey is probably half-right. The clues can be seen in the different ways copyright law treats webcasting like Pandora (the online parallel to radio) and on-demand services like Spotify (the online parallel to the CD collection or iPod). The Digital Performance Right Act of 1995 grants webcasters a compulsory license for the music they stream. That’s a lot like the way a radio station pays for its performances of music. In addition, limitations are placed on how webcasters stream songs. This makes webcasting similar to radio in its level of non-interactivity.
But the DRPA treats on-demand services differently because they have a greater potential to act as a substitute for purchases. So, unlike webcasters, on-demand services don’t get a compulsory license. Instead, they must negotiate with rights owners for use of their catalogs. As a result, it’s more costly to operate an on-demand service — because legislators believed there is a greater chance on-demand listening will cannibalize music purchases. Now, there is not yet evidence of cannibalization. But the law clearly shows people were expecting cannibalization back in 1995. ( AdWeek)
Read the full article at GetItDoneBlog.net
- Streaming Music Has a Problem – It’s a Huge Success | Adweek (huguesrey.wordpress.com)
- Streaming Music Has A Problem – It’s a Huge Success (adweek.com)
- Spotify Radio raises pressure on Pandora and Last.fm (telegraph.co.uk)
- Here Comes The Best Car Radio You Ever Had (P) (businessinsider.com)
Tags: #HipHop, Clear Channel, entertainment, Media, Music, Radio
CLEAR CHANNEL RADIO has changed its name to CLEAR CHANNEL MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT to “better reflect the evolution of its business.”
The company said the core of CLEAR CHANNEL’s business will remain its more than 850 radio stations, but the new brand more clearly signals its successful expansion into new areas. CLEAR CHANNEL MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT “delivers music, news, talk, sports and other content to diverse audiences across multiple platforms, including: broadcast stations; online, via iHEARTRADIO and on its stations’ hundreds of websites; HD digital radio channels; satellite; smartphones; iPADS and other tablets; in-vehicle entertainment and navigation systems; and via live events.”
“Over the last few years, I’ve watched as CLEAR CHANNEL RADIO has pushed beyond the traditional boundaries of radio to reach more Americans every month than any other media company through an unmatched combination of broadcast, satellite, online and mobile assets,” said CEO BOB PITTMAN. “Under JOHN HOGAN’s continued strong leadership, the new CLEAR CHANNEL MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT brand underscores that we are taking our brands and content wherever our listeners expect to find it. And, in the future, as new places emerge where people want to access our powerful brands and content, we’ll be there, too.”
“Radio is both our history and the foundation upon which we will grow our company moving forward. That will not change,” said CLEAR CHANNEL MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT CEO JOHN HOGAN. “CLEAR CHANNEL MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT represents our evolution as we prove our relationship with our listeners is so much more than just our transmitters and towers. We will continue to serve our increasingly diverse audiences and local communities with the best content — music, news, emergency information, and public service — wherever they expect it, while supporting advertisers, strategic partners, music labels and artists with creative, multi-platform marketing opportunities that reach, activate and engage target audiences like no one else.”
The new CLEAR CHANNEL MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT brand is designed to cover the wide range of services that it provides to the radio, media, online, mobile and music industries through its other divisions, including:
– PREMIERE RADIO NETWORKS, the content creation and distribution company serving close to 5,000 stations with programming like RYAN SEACREST, RUSH LIMBAUGH, DELILAH and more than 70 other brands and products;
– TOTAL TRAFFIC NETWORK, the programming and technology service that delivers broadcast traffic reports and real-time traffic data to vehicles via in-car and portable navigation systems, broadcast media, wireless and Internet-based services to thousands of CLEAR CHANNEL and non-CLEAR CHANNEL radio and television stations across AMERICA;
– THE KATZ MEDIA GROUP, providing media sales representation firm in the U.S. for radio and television stations; and
– RCS, which provides scheduling and broadcast software for radio, Internet and television stations in addition to research that aids the media and music businesses.
Tags: ASCAP, BMI, Licensing, Money, Music, news, Radio, Royalties