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Radio listeners just want to have fun!
As an On-Air Personality, Program Director, and Consultant, I’ve always preached and lived by the philosophy that the core role of an on-air personality is to be able to communicate, connect, and reflect with great enthusiasm. It’s truly rewarding when an on-air personality can break through the noise and become apart of the fabric of the listener’s life.
These listeners made a clear choice and consistently vote up the #1 afternoon drive show (Adults 35-54) in the Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point market!
Great listener testimonials below:
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Sample refreshing audio airchecks and demos from Chris Malone
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“Audio that doesn’t make you feel something is just noise”
– Mark Ramsey Media
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.
Stars comes and go. Radio remains.
After nearly ten years in the radio business, I would’ve never imagined I’d cover so much history in the entertainment community. I’ve started to realize three things: life is short, fragile, and the life you’re given is as real as it gets. With the recent death of Whitney Houston, a world renowned entertainer, I started to reflect on the legends lost over my young radio career. I was on-air when we lost Luther Vandross, Barry White, Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, Teena Marie, Heavy D, Don Cornelius, James Brown, Etta James, and other notables that I’ve probably overlooked. Not to sound opportunistic or cynical, but when we lose a celebrity this becomes a huge moment for radio to shine. One major market programmer brought up a good point, listeners turn to radio during those heartbreaking moments to seek validity, remembrance, and vocal expression. Another programmer mentioned “suicidal celebrities..please not on the weekends”. Both thought-provoking statements and the fuel behind why I work harder during moments of celebrity bereavement for my listening audience. Read the rest of this entry
Music City, U.S.A
Images I snapped from a recent stop in Nashville, TN. Enjoy!
Tyrese Gibson Interview
So many random thoughts come to mind when you first hear the name Tyrese Gibson.
“That’s guy from the movie Babyboy”
“He’s the guy who sang Sweet Lady”
“Wasn’t he in a Coke commercial years ago?”
His devotion and hard work resonates across many different areas. Beyond his obvious background of actor, father, and singer you would be surprised to know that he’s also an author and has an interest in martial arts. Recently, I had the privilege to see the human side of Tyrese when I interviewed him on my afternoon drive radio show. He had just came off a long flight, hectic media tour around Memphis, and was operating on nothing but a bag of Cheetos. His walk was slow and his speak off-microphone was very little, however; when the on-air light came on Tyrese quickly became one of my favorite celebrity interviews. His wisdom was compelling and his advice was practical. Listen to the interview below!
Chris Malone Tyrese Gibson interview<~ click to listen to interview audio