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Filter the Flow

Filter The Flow

By Chris Malone

At times, programmers will ask how to enforce a specific sound attribute at a specific position within the clock. For example, an Urban AC programmer may want to start the hour with a R&B sound attribute to establish a smooth R&B flow, right out of the gate. You can create a clock filter at any given position within your clock. Your filter ideas can go far deeper than sound code attributes. Commonly, you can create filters for energy, tempo, artist keywords and beyond.

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Ear full of fresh NEW audio

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    Think back to the time you were most passionate, most fired up, most alive? What were you doing? It’s within those moments where you find your true purpose. People with great passion can make the impossible happen.

    This website showcases all of my life passions which include: radio, television, inspiring others, photography, and writing. Here’s a glimpse of what I’ve been up to lately. 

    Enjoy this ear full of fresh new audio!

Station Imaging: WKIM 98.9 The Vibe / 103.5 WRBO :

On-Air Personality:  103.5 WRBO (Urban AC):

Commercial Production: multi-format:

Engaging listeners: 97.1 WQMG (Urban AC):

On Hold Messaging: Memphis City Schools District:

A man’s gift makes room for him & brings him before great men. -Proverbs 18:16

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Nielsen Audio Conference/ Urban PD Clinic Top 10

 

Potomac wheel tagThe Nielsen Audio Conference and Urban PD Clinic was held in National Harbor, Maryland overlooking the peaceful Potomac River just minutes away from downtown DC. Total Audio was the mindset from Nielsen, which enabled attendees to obtain statistics and insights from all aspects including radio, print, digital, and podcasting. Personally, this made my 3rd visit to the Urban PD Clinic in my career and every time I leave with so many rich connections, vital information on the current state of radio, and trends to watch out for in the years to come. Here are my top 10 takeaway from the 2 day mega conference.

  1. The average listener doesn’t come to you every day. There’s shocking research that exposed the reality that your ‘super listener’ may visit your station 3 out of 5 days and your casual listeners may only tune in 1-2 days a week. Read the rest of this entry

Flow.

Walking in Memphis @ sunset

        Oceans, rivers, lakes, and streams are so fascinating to me. Why? Read the rest of this entry

You’ve still got time!

Yes, it’s true you’ve still got time to be grateful for everything in your life at this very moment. It’s so easy to complain or subconsciously look at life through a negative lens, but as we approach the end of yet another year these final days present a perfect opportunity to reflect on the good things that happened to you this year. Trust me 2015 hasn’t been easy for me.
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Photo Series: Washington DC, December 2015

Washington Monument tag
Dept Treasury tag
DC traffic tag
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Wise Words Wednesday – Scars Make You Who You Are

Chris Malone’s Summer Photography Collection (MEM, CLT, WIL, ASB, RAL, GSO, STL)

Charlotte Skyscraper

Charlotte Skyscraper

On the edge at Wrightsville Beach

On the edge at Wrightsville Beach

Downtown by the Tracks- GSO

Downtown by the Tracks- GSO

Click MORE to view 15 additional stunning photo in this collection…

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New Audio For Your Ears!

Chris Malone introducing legendary Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly/ Greensboro, North Carolina

Sample refreshing audio airchecks and demos from Chris Malone

Radio Audio- WQMG/UrbanAC Greensboro:

Commercial Production Audio:

Endorsement Audio:

Radio Imaging Audio:

“Audio that doesn’t make you feel something is just noise”

– Mark Ramsey Media

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One of the proudest moments of my career

One of the proudest moments of my career

     The SKY is NOT the limit, it’s where we BEGIN!

It was a great accomplishment to be named one of Radio’s “Rising Stars” (Top 30 Under 40) and I’m actually under the age 30! It’s a good feeling when your work ethic is recognized by peers and colleagues in an industry you have so much passion for. This RISING STAR would love to get started working for YOUR company! Reach out via: Contact Page.

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