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1 NEWSSTAND PRCE $6.50 The Janet Explosion Virgin's Janet continues her rapid climb up several R &R charts this week with All for You." The song vaults to No. 8 at MARCH 3, 00 Music Meeting's New Column R &R's music -auditioning service, Music Meeting, gets a new page that will help you navigate the multitude of record releases each week. The new feature. edited by R &R's very own Sky Daniels, appears oa Page 39. CHR /Pop and No. 5 at CHR /Rhythmic. t also debuts at No. BM 4 at Urban AC. if EOM Sometimes a woma n's strength is her vulnerability. Cyndi Thomson What Really Meant To Say the debut single from her forthcoming album, My World Written by Cyndi Thomson, Chris Waters and Tommy Lee Jame. Produced by Paul Worley an, Tommy Lee James Represented by: Simon Renshaw /Senior Management C 00 Capitol Records nashville.com

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3 N S D E management marketing o sales How do you respond when your station becomes the top story on the o'clock news? Using actual scenarios, such as the Dr. Laura and "Black Hoe" controversies, R &R Sales & Marketing Editor Pam Baker recently posed that question to a panel of newsmakers, news reporters and radio executives at the R &R Talk Radio Seminar. This week's Management, Marketing & Sales section also recaps a great session from last month's Country Radio Seminar, and KKBT/L.A. VP /GM Nancy Leichter is in the gleaming beam of our GM Spotlight. Pages 0-5 COUNTRY CONUNDRUM A recent banner headline in the Nashville Tennessean triggered some heated reaction from Music City radio stations. t also spurred R &R's Lon Helton to inspect the radio presets in the cars of Nashville's top music brass. What was the headline? What are the execs listening to? Get it all here! Page 66 ARZONA'S GENTLEMAN When Larry Daniels entered radio 40 years ago, he thought he was going to be a rock 'n' roll disc jockey. But one quick format flip and a chance call from Buck Owens changed all that. His career is chronicled in this week's Legends. N THE NEWS d Alfredo Alonso adds day -to -day duties at WNNY /New York John Cravens heads One -On -One O &Os, WYPA/Chicago THS CHRPOP SHAGGY Angel (MCA) CBRRHYTHMC Page 9 Page 3 WEEK JA RULE WL' MO... Put... (Murder nefdef Jam/DJMG) URBAN MUSO Love (Del Soul /DJMG) URBAN AC TAMA Stranger n My House (Elektra/E!G) cownry DAMOND RO One More Day (Arista) AC 'N SYNC This Promise You (Jive) HOT AC LENNY K ìavr Again (Virgin) RACSMOOTN JAll RCHARD ELLOT Who? (Blue Note) ROOT AEROSMTH Jaded (Columbia) ACTVE ROCK A. LEWS & F. DURST Outside (RawlessGélernterscope) ALTERNATVE A. LEWS & F. DURST Outside (RaBéMnterscope) ADULT ALTERNATVE TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (fell Me) (Columbia) NEWSSTAND PRCE $5.50 i THE NDUSTRY'S NEWSPAPER XM's Rock: Ready To Roll After / months of sitting on pins and needles - and getting knocked down by Wall Street investors who expressed cóncem that the corn - pany might not get its business off the ground this year - XM Satellite Radio executives breathed a sigh of relief as "Rock," the DCbased company's first of two satellites, was sent into orbit on Sunday. Within 0 minutes of the 5:33pm ET liftoff from a Sea Launch platform in the Pacific Ocean, XM's ground station in Perth, Australia captured the first signals from the satellite. "Today's flawless launch puts one of the final pieces in place to kick off XM's revolutionary new radio service on schedule this summer," said XM President /CEO Hugh Panero soon after the connection was made. "We now have a satellite in the sky, XM -ready radios on retail shelves, our chipsets in production, and our state-of-theart broadcast studio humming. XM /See Page 8 XM's 'Rock" launches from the Pacific Ocean. - Cumulus: Back From `Dire Straits' Dickey credits company overhaul for gains BY JOE HOWARD R&R WASHNGTON BUREAU As evidence that mulus is a corporate Cumulus Broadcast- contender for "comeing CEO Lew Dickey back kid" status, the believes that his com- company reported that pany has overcome the broadcast cash flow instruggles it faced in the creased 40%, to $. recent past thanks to a million, and after -tax broad revamping of the cash flow improved company's operations from a loss of $ milbegun less than a year lion ( cents per share) ago. Di ckey to a loss of $.6 million "Nine months ago this (5 cents). Revenues rose company was in dire straits from 3%, to $5.5 million, and the top to bottom, and it took a lot of company's per -share loss imhard work, a healthy dose of proved from 43 cents to 3 cents. harsh medicine and some good On a same -station basis, revluck to get it going again," enues inched up a half -percent, Dickey said during a March 5 and BCF soared 0%. conference call announcing the For the full year, revenues company's Q4 and full-year 000 were up 6%, to $5.9 million, earnings. "We're now building a but BCF fell 6%, to $34.6 milsolid foundation that can serve as lion, due to a one -time bad -debt a platform for expansion in the radio business?' CUMULUS /See Page 8 MARCH 3, 00 Radio Waits To Bounce Back Group execs go back to basics amid slowdown BY JEFFREY YoRxE R&R WASHNGTON BUREAU CHEF NEW YORK - Everyone pretty much saw it coming Tuesday afternoon at the Kagan Financial Summit, when Alta Communications General Partner David Retik summed up the current climate in radio: "This is going to be a crappy year. Everybody knows that, but the industry always bounces back?' The great times the radio industry experienced over the past few years can be likened to.a summer vacation where everything exceeds your wildest dreams and no one wants to go PTV:- home to their humdrum real lives. "We all told ourselves last year that it was not real and not to get used to it," Jefferson -Pilot Radio President/CEO Clarke Brown told R &R "But we did." But Brown was quick to acknowledge that "business is not terrible." t's just that the balloon was so big and bouncy for so long that some are having a tough time letting go of the string. "You have to go back to basics: local, direct selling," said Citadel President/CEO Larry Wilson during a session on the KAGAN /See Page 8 Resets N.Y. Managers Rosen, Elberg succeed Landy at WLTW & WTJM /New York has made several changes to its management structure: Market Exec. VP Andrew Rosen has added GM duties at AC WLTW, and WKTU VP /GM Scott Elberg has added GM duties at Rhythmic Oldies WTJM. They replace Rona Landy, who resigned last week. WALK -AM & FM/Long sland Asst. PD Rob Miller has risen to PD of the AC combo, while GSM Mark Clark has tacked on interim Station Manager responsibilities. They succeed PD Gene Michaels and GM Bill Edwards, who exit to pursue other radio opportunities. WAXQ/New York VP /GM Matthew Ross has assumed the Sr. VP /Sales title for the market cluster - which also includes WHTZ - and will lead the stations' sales efforts and new -media initiatives. The market's Rosen Elberg GSMs and Group Sales Director will report to Ross. "These announcements reflect /New York's vast resources of talented station executives ready to accept new challenges and responsibilities;" Rosen commented. "The expanded roles for these top managers will afford them professional growth and let us, as an organization, take advantage of their tremendous talents on a broader scale." TSL Trend Shaved By One Hour Time spent listening to the radio has declined by one hour over the last two years, according to national fall '00 Arbitren data. Average + TSL was hours, 30 minutes in the fall of 998, but it fell about 5%, to 0:30, two years later. The decline was detected in almost all demographic groups but was dramatic among young demos. Teens, for example, spent about 5 hours per week with the radio in 998, but that had dropped to 3 hours, 45 minutes two years later. The decline was even more dramatic among 5-54 women: They listened for 0 hours last fall, compared to :45 two years earlier. AQH listening statistics by location revealed another phenomenon: At -home listening in fall '00 was 0% lower than it was in fall '98. The decline was most dramatic among 5-34 adults. That demo took an 8% hit in the two-year span, particularly among women. Despite these statistics, radio's overall reach continues to be as strong as ever. The medium reaches 94.9% of the + population every week, just half.f % lower than two years ago. Cume Rat TSL Two -Year a...; istening Trends if '00 Sp '00 Sum '00 Fall 'CO '45 0:45 0:30 0:30 Source: Arbitron Persons Using Radio Report Total U.S. ndustry news updated continuously:

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5 R &R SSUE NUMBER 394 Alonso Takes The Reins At WNNY/N.Y. Mega Communications President/CEO Alfredo Alonso has taken over day - to-day management of the corn - pany's Spanish - language News outlet, WNNY ( Noticias 380)/ New York. Alonso WNNY VP/ GM Luis Alvarez and GSM Phil Estevez have exited. "This consolidation of duties will draw on Alfredo's years of experience. He has turned Spanish -language formats in New York and Los Angeles into top -rated stations," said Mega Chairman Adam Lindemann. "Luis and Phil are accomplished executives and have a ALONSO /See Page 0 Cravens Heads One -On -One O &Os Twenty -year broadcast veteran John Cravens has been named to the newly created position of Group Station Head for One - On -One Sports' owned- and -operated radio stations: WJWR/ Cravens New York, KMPC /Los Angeles and WNRB/Boston. Cravens will be based in Chicago, where he will also serve as GM for One- On -Oneoperated WYPA. CRAVENS /See Page 0 Lawson Named PD At KFMD/Denver Jim Lawson has been named PD of 's CHR /Pop KFMD (Kiss - FM) /Denver. Lawson is the former OM of AMFM's Denver stations, some of which were sold to Emmis Broadcasting. / Denver Direc- Lawson tor/fm Pro - gramming Mike O'Connor likened Lawson's hiring to "acquiring a type A free agent LAWSON /See Page 8 Malibu Memories 43/Lava/Atlantic recording artists Plus-One were the guests of honor at a recent industry party at the Malibu, CA home of record producer David Foster. After a five -star dinner the group performed and posed for pictures before departing to resume their highly successful tour. Pictured (back row, -r) are Plus One's Nate Cole, Gabe Combs and Nathan Walters; R &R CHR Editor Tony Novia, Charts Manager Anthony Acampora (front row, l -r) and Publisher /CEO Erica Farber; Plus One's Jason Perry; Atlantic Records EVP Andrea Ganis; Plus One's Jeremy Mhire; and R &R Director /Charts & Formats Kevin McCabe. Bonneville Goes For A `Drive' n Chicago Solk adds programming duties as WNB flips Bonneville nternational flipped Classical WNB /Chicago to Classic Hits "The Drive" on March 5, with new calls WDRV. Greg Solk, VP/Programming at Classic Rock sister WLUP, has added programming duties at WDRV. "The on -air approach of The Drive will avoid undue hype and radio cliches and focus on timeless rock and true variety," Solk said. "The Drive was developed to attract an audience that would complement that of WLUP." Solk added that The Drive's music mix will be a hybrid of classic rock and pop hits from the mid - 960s through the early 980s. Aiming at the 5-54 demo, core artists include The Eagles, The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles, Creedence Clearwater Revival, James Taylor, Steely Dan and Elton John. n related news, an Banks has joined WDRV as GSM. Banks was most recently Manager/Retail Sales at Bonneville's WTMX/Chicago. Alan PD As WVJM /Chicago Signal Moves Jay Alan has been named PD at Crawford Broadcasting's Urban WVJM/Chicago, which will move on March 6 from 0.3 to the superior 9.3 stick currently occupied by Gospel WYCA. Alan was previously Asst. PD/MD at crosstown WGC -FM. Crawford /Chicago GM Taft Harris will also oversee "Power 9f' Alan told R &R that WVJM will target 8-34s, "but we will be an aggressive When we say `aggressive,' we mean we want to be a trendsetter. Our goal is to jump on top of those records before our competitors using a combination of gut and research, but more on a gut level instead of waiting for research or retail information. We feel that the music will be the star of this radio station." WVJM's move also signals the return of ABC -syndicated host Doug Banks to the Windy City. "Doug Banks as our morning man is definitely a big coup for this sta- tion," Alan adds. "Chicago has missed Doug, and for years he's been trying to get back in. think that when he gets on the station, the city is going to welcome him with open arms?' Harris has worked in Chicago since the late '0s and is marking his 3st year with Crawford. He told R &R; " want to acknowledge God, who has made all of what has occurred thus far possible. t's a wonderful opportunity to make history in Urban radio for Chicago. We're very blessed to have Jay Alan on our team, and [consultant] Tony Gray has been an extra -special blessing that God has sent our way. "Our goal is to be listener- and client -friendly, with more music, less talk and fewer commercials. t's a beautiful opportunity for Chicago to experience radio that takes us back to the '80s, when there was a WGC and a WBMX. Now it's WGC and WVJM. The `V' stands for victory." MARCH 3, 00 NEWS & FEATURES Radio Business 4 Legends 9 Business Briefs 4 Street Talk 30 Transactions 6 Sound Decisions 3 MMS 0 Music Meeting 39 nternet News & Views 6 Nashville 6 E- Charts 9 Publisher's Profile 0 Show Prep Opportunities 6 'Zine Scene National Video Charts 3 Marketplace News/Talk Oldies CHR CHR /Callout America CHR /Pop Chart CHR /Pop Tuned -n CHR /Rhythmic Chart FORMATS & CHARTS CHR /Rhythmic Tuned -n Urban Urban Chart Urban Action Urban Tuned -n Urban AC Chart Urban AC Tuned-n Country Country Chart Country ndicator Country Callout Country Action 4 Country Tuned -n Adult Contemporary 40 AC Chart 4 AC Tuned -n 43 Hot AC Chart 45 Hot AC Tuned -n 50 NAC /Smooth Jazz 53 NAC /Smooth Jazz Chart 56 NAC /Smooth Jay Action 59 Rock 60 Rock Chart 6 Rock Tuned -n 64 Active Rock Chart 65 Active Rock Tuned -n 66 Rock Specialty Show 68 Alternative 69 Alternative Chart 0 Alternative Action Alternative Tuned -n Alternative Specialty Show Adult Alternative Adult Alternative Chart The Back Pages KEGL's Stevens Readies Bay Area Move KEGL (The Eagle)/Dallas PD Greg Stevens has been promoted to OM for KCNL, KSJO & KUFX in San Jose -San Francisco, effective April 9. He will replace OM Keith Cunningham, who will relocate to Los Angeles at the end of this month. Cunningham will continue to consult the Bay Area stations Stevens while he pursues interests in other divisions at. "Greg's Rock programming talent will be a tremendous addition to our team here in the Bay Area," /San Jose -San Francisco VP/ Market Manager John Sutherland told R &R. "This well -deserved promotion will give Greg an opportunity to move from being a single -station PD in the Dallas market to an STEVENS /See Page 8 Rizer Rises To PD At DC0/Washington Longtime WWDC (DC0)/Washington staffer Buddy Rizer has been elevated to PD of the Alternative station. Rizer, who was previously Asst. PD/MD, replaces Bob Neumann, who exited in February. "'ve worked my entire career to be the PD at DC0," Rizer told R &R. "t's the only job 've ever Rizar wanted. grew up listening to DC0, and my whole career goal was to be where am right now." 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6 3/09/0 4 R &R March 3, 00 Radio Business nterep Had `An Excellent Year,' Says Guild E Loss of stations hurt, but radio business grew BY JEFFREY YORKE R &R WASHNGTON BUREAU CHEF nterep founder /CEO Ralph Guild seemed to be enjoying himself last week as he told an analysts' teleconference that the representation firm had an excellent year and that the company's earnings exceeded expectations despite the loss of the business of Clear Channel's stations in December 999. nterep's radio -commission revenue dropped 6% in Q4, to $6. million, due to a general slowdown in national advertising and the significant decline in the dot -com sector. Excluding commission revenues generated from stations in 999, nterep's pro forma Q4 radiocommission revenue increased %. Core Q4 EBTDA increased 6%, to $9. million; ATCF per share grew 5 %, to 80 cents; and earnings per share improved from a loss of 39 cents to a gain of 3 cents. For the full year, radio-commission revenue increased 4% (% on a pro forma basis), core EBTDA climbed 8%, ATCF per share soared 9%, and the EPS loss improved from $.9 to 3 cents. First Call does not cover nterep. Guild also reported that the suit nterep filed last year against Clear Channel is progressing. nterep filed the suit in the New York Supreme Court after withdrew its stations from nterep's representation. Guild said he expects depositions to be taken shortly and that the case will reach mediation as soon as within 90 days. Meanwhile, nterep received Department of Justice approval last week to buy TM/nfinity's New York subway signs. t expects to get bank financing within weeks to close the $30 million deal. Guild said he would consider taking on a private equity investment partner in the new concern, which will be run separately from nterep's main representation business. The deal gives nterep access to the TD signs. through 005. But it wasn't all good news for nterep. A day after the March 4 results teleconference Bear Stearns media analyst Victor Miller reiterated the company's "buy" rating but lowered his target price from $8 to $0 per share. NBG Also Scores NBG Radio Network executives last week reported the company's "most successful year in its history," with revenues skyrocketing 6 %, to a record $.8 million, for the fiscal year that ended Nov. 30, 000. Net income for the year soared 65%, to $86,. NBG attributed the results to several factors, including the growth and development of its radio network, which enabled it to increase advertising rates; an increase in the development and acquisition of programming and sales representation contracts, which increased the amount of available. inventory for 000; and successful cost control. Wilks Broadcasting s Still Family Radio Optimistic company makes big purchase in owa BY WALT STARLNG R&R WASHNGTON BUREAU Family owned radio still survives, and, in some places, the second generation is doing just fine. Wilks Broadcasting President/CEO Jeff Wilks started making sales calls as a teenager with his father, Don Wilks, for WAQY -FM, the Springfield, MA station his father owned with Mike Schwartz. Twenty years later their roles have been reversed, and Wilks told R &R that his father is his "mentor and best friend. "And, after Wilks Broadcast - ings' purchase this week of KJJY FM/ Ankeny, A, KRKQ -FM/Boone, A and KBGG -AM, KGGO -FM & KHK- FM/Des Moines from Citadel for $30 million, Jeff Willcs told R &R, "Radio is poised for good forward movement and should be resistant to recession" Wilks is entering his second round of radio ownership, having previ- ously owned stations in Augusta, GA and Worcester, MA. During the consolidation roundup of the late 990s he sold WEKL -FM, WRXR- FM & WUUS- FM/Augusta to Cumulus for $5 million. n April of last year he sold WWFX -FM/ Worcester to Citadel for $4 million. This time Wilks has found backing from the Wicks Group of Companies, a New York venture- capital group specializing in communications. Wilks' WLKS/See Page 8 Bloomberg SR, mss Citadel/Atlantic City, NJ Cluster Fetches $9.4 Million A illennium Radio Group, a partnership between Mercury Capital Part- V ners and UBS Capital Americas, has purchased WFPG -AM & FM & WPUR- FM/Atlantic City, NJ from Citadel Communications. Millennium will also operate Citadel's W KOE- FM/Atlantic City via an LMA. Citadel Chair - man/ceo Larry Wilson called Atlantic City a great market and said that the stations are being sold because Citadel owns no other New Jersey properties. Mercury Radio President Charles Banta is one of the managing mem- bers of Millennium Radio. The deal is expected to close in Q3. n other news from Citadel, the company has set April 6 as the date for shareholders to vote on its pending acquisition by Forstmann Little & Co. Shareholders of record as of March 9 will be permitted to vote at the meeting, which will be held in Las Vegas. Citadel's board unanimously approved the acquisition, in which Forstmann will buy all of Citadel's outstanding shares for $6 per share. Pending shareholder and FCC approval, the deal is expected to close in the second half of 00. Analysts Confirm: Radio s n An Ad Recession A organ Stanley Dean Witte r's Michael Russell and Rod Feuer said this week that they expect a 0.5% decline in real U.S. ad growth this year. The last time the U.S. experienced negative ad growth was in 99. The analysts also revised their 00 ad- growth rate for radio from 6% to 4.%, and they expect radio ad growth of 8.5% in 00 and 6.% in both 003 and 004. The nternet sector was the hardest hit: The pair revised their 00 ad- growth rate estimate for the sector from a gain of 3.% to a loss of 8.4 %. Viacom Loses Bid To Suspend TV- Ownership Rules Viacom's request that the FCC allow it to disregard the rules that limit a broadcaster from reaching more than 35% of U.S. TV viewers has been denied - at least until a federal appeals court has decided on a challenge to those rules.the same DC appeals court recently struck down the FCC's 30% cap on national cable ownership. The FCC also ruled that Viacom had failed to demonstrate that a postponement would be justified, so the broadcaster has until May 4 to reduce its reach from the 4 % it built up following its merger with CBS. Viacom spokeswoman Susan Duffy told R &R Stock ndex Continued or Page 8 This weighted index consists of all publicly traded stocks that derive more than 5% of all gross earnings from radio advertising. 3/6/00 - Change Since 3/6/0 3/6/00 3/90V- 36/0 R &R ndex % -3.4% Dow ndustrials 0,3.4 0, , % -.6% S &P % -4.8% YOU ll win the precise target demos you select -with talk! mprove your demos in the next book. We invented Targeted Talk Call now, SABO MEDA Programming Consultants.

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8 6 R &R March 3, 00 Radio Business DEAL OF THE WEEK KJJY -FM /Ankeny, KRKQ -FM/ Boone and KBGG -AM, KGGO -FM & KHK- FM/Des Moines, A $30 million 00 DEALS TO DATE Dollars to Date: $600,96,60 (Last Year $4.94,8,33) Dollars This Quarter: $55,96,60 (Last Year. $594,33,000) Stations Traded This Year: 4 (Last Year.,96) Stations Traded This Quarter: 4 (Last Year. 39) Wilks Picks Up owa Quintet New Millennium Radio Group buys Citadel New Jersey threesome j j TRANSACTONS AT A GLANCE All transaction information provided by BA's MEDA Access Pro, Chantilly, VA. KDJ -AM & KZUA -FM /Holbrook, AZ Undisclosed WNY -AM /Putnam, CT $ million WGCQ -FM /mmokalee (Ft. Myers), FL Undisclosed WBTF -FM /Midway and WLXO -FM /Stamping Ground (Lexington- Fayette), KY $.8 million KYLC -FM /Lake Charles, LA Undisclosed KBPY -FM /Colstrip, MT $5,000 WFPG -AM & FM & WPUR -FM /Atlantic City, NJ S9.4 million WCE -AM /Spring Lake, NC Undisclosed WQ- AM/San Juan, PR Undisc osed KDET -AM & FM /Center and KCOT- FM/San Augustine,TX $50,000 WFAL -FM /Falmouth (Washington), VA Undisclosed owa KJJY- FM/Ankeny, KRKQ- FM/Boone and KBGG -AM, KGGO -FM & KHK -FM /Des Moines PRCE: $30 millior TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: Wilks Broadcasting LLC, headed by CEO Jeff Wilks. Phone: t owns seven other stations. This represents its entry into the market. SELLER: Barnstable Broadcasting nc., headed by President /COO Michael Kaneb. Phone: FREQUENCY: 9 5 MHz; 98.3 MHz, 00 khz; 94.9 MHz; 9.3 MHz POWER: 4kw at 54 feet; 4kw at 54 feet; kw; 00kw at,066 feet; 5kw at 449 feet FORMAT: Country; Classic Rock; News; Rock; Courtry BROKER: Michael Bergner of Bergner & Co. PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: NextMedia Group, headed by President/co -COO Skip Weller. Phone: t owns 54 other stations. This represents its entry into the markets. SELLER: Robert Sullins. Phone: Oklahoma KMAD- AM/Madill FREQUENCY: 550 khz POWER: 50 watts FORMAT: Country Texas KMAD -FM/Whitesboro FREQUENCY: 0.5 MHz POWER: 3 kw at 55 feet FORMAT: Country KDJ -AM & KZUA -FM/ Holbrook PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: Richard Watkins. Phone: Watkins owns no other stations. SELLER: Navajo Broadcasting Co. nc., headed by President Roy Roberts. Phone: FREQUENCY: 0 khz; 9. MHz POWER: 5kw day /30 watts night; 00kw at 66 feet FORMAT: Oldies; Country WNY- AM/Putnam PRCE: $ million TERMS: Asset sale for cash BUYER: Osbrey Broadcasting Co., headed by President/Director Gary Osbrey. Phone: t owns no other stations. SELLER: Gerardi Broadcasting Corp., headed by President Michael Gerardi. Phone: FREQUENCY: 350 khz POWER: 5kw day/9 watts night FORMAT: AC WGCQ -FM /mmokalee (Ft. Myers) PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: Shadowlawn Association nc., headed by James Mallory Jr. No phone listed. t owns one other station. This represents its entry into the market. SELLER: Praise Enterprises, headed by GM Bob Sneddon. Phone: FREQUENCY: 9. MHz POWER: 4kw at 39 feet FORMAT: Gospel COMMENT: Frederick L. Mueller Living Trust owns 00% of the stocks of Praise Enterprises/Naples, licensee of WGCQ -FM. t has engaged Shadow - lawn Association to manage the operation of WGCQ, thus bringing about this transfer. Kentucky WBTF -FM/Midway and WLXO- FM/Stamping Ground (Lexington - Fayette) PRCE: $.8 million TERMS: Asset sale for cash BUYER: L.M. Communications, headed by President Lynn Martin. Phone: t owns seven other stations, including WLXG -AM, WCDA -FM & WGKS- FM/Lexington- Fayette. SELLER: Blue Chip Broadcasting Ltd.. headed by President/CEO Ross Love. Phone: FREQUENCY: 0.9 MHz; 96. MHz POWER: 6kw at 38 feet; 6kw at 38 feet FORMAT: Urban AC; Oldies COMMENT: This deal originally appeared in the Feb. 6, 00 issue of R &R with an undisclosed price. KYLC- FM/Lake Charles PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: No cash consideration BUYER: American Family Association nc., headed by President Donald Wildmon. Phone: t owns 80 other stations. This represents its entry into the market. SELLER: Hymn Time nc., headed by PresidentWilliam Emert Phone: FREQUENCY: 90.3 MHz POWER: 80kw at 469 feet FORMAT: N/A COMMENT: This station is currently represented as a construction permit. Montana KBPY- FM/Colstrip PRCE: $5,000 TERMS: Asset sale for cash BUYER: Hi -Line Radio Fellowship, headed by GM Ed Matter. Phone: t owns four other stations. Continued on Page 8 TlE Funny Outrageous Unpredictable Sex á Hot 43- S4% You've got to hear it. ON FSNEREN.--., ERTANMENT.COM l est Available on Starguide,,k).,FSEJER ENTERTANMENT _0-400

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10 8 R &R March 3, 00 Radio Business Latest Calls From Wall Street Company Ceridian Corp. Citadel Communications Analyst Robert Mania, CB World Markets Vinton Vickers, J.P. Morgan James Boyle, First Union Jake Blazer, Edward Jones Vinton Vickers, J.P. Morgan Leland Westerfield, UBS Warburg Michael Kupinski, AG Edwards Niraj Gupta, Salomon Smith Barney Rating Buy Market perform Market perform Buy Buy Strong buy Accumulate Target Price Cox Radio James Boyle, First Union Buy $ Cumulus Broadcasting Richard Read, Credit Lyonnaise Buy $8 Disney Emmis Communications Richard Bilotti, Morgan Stanley Stuart Linde, Lehman Brothers Andrew Marcus, Deutsche Banc James Marsh, Prudential Securities Edward Hatch, SG Cowen James Goss, Barrington Associates Niraj Gupta, Salomon Smith Barney Buy Neutral Buy Buy Strong buy Buy Buy Outperform Hispanic Broadcasting Frank Bodenchak, Morgan Stanley Outperform $5 nterep Victor Miller, Bear, Stearns & Co. Buy $0 NYTimes Co. Brian Shipman, Prudential Securities Strong buy $58 Saga Communications James Boyle, First Union Market perform N/A Salem Communications James Marsh, Prudential Securities Strong buy $5 Sirius Satellite Radio Armand Musey, Banc of America Jonathan Lawrence, Dain Wessels Buy Strong buy XM Satellite Radio Jonathan Lawrence, Dain Wessels Buy $ Transactions Continued from Page 6 This represents its entry into the mar- ket. SELLER: Brian Encke. Phone: FREQUENCY: 99.5 MHz POWER: 3kw at 443 feet FORMAT: N/A COMMENT: This station is currently represented as a construction permit. WFPG -AM & FM & WPUR- FM/Atlantic City PRCE: $9.4 million TERMS: Asset sale for cash BUYER: Millennium Radio Group, headed by President Charles Banta. Phone: t owns no other stations. SELLER: Citadel Communications Corp., headed by Chairman /CEO Larry Wilson. Phone: FREQUENCY: 450 khz; 96.9 MHz; 0.3 MHz POWER: kw; 50kw at 99 feet; 4kw at 450 feet FORMAT: Newsfralk; AC; Country Wilks Continued from Page 4 first move for Wicks, in July 000, was to assemble a new group in Saginaw, M. That new group included spins from Citadel - WSGW-AM, WGER -FM & WTCF- FM - for $6 million, and WCEN- AM & FM from Sommerville Broadcasting for $6 million. n January 00 Wicks announced the acquisition of -KHTO -FM & KZRQ -FM/ BROKER: Peter Handy of Star Media Group and Kalil & Co. North Carolina WCE- AM/Spring Lake PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: Unavailable BUYER: Ashley Bordeaux. No phone listed. Bordeaux owns no other stations. SELLER: Colonial Radio Group nc., headed by President Jeffrey Andrulonis. Phone: FREQUENCY: 450 khz POWER: kw FORMAT: Sports WQ- AM/San Juan PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: Broadcasting Network of Puerto Rico, headed by President/ Director Agustin Meizoso. Phone: t owns no other stations. SELLER: Comm Council Group. Springfield, MO from Radio 000 for $6 million. Family owned radio still thrives, although it now requires a higher level of funding. Broker Michael Bergner, who handled the owa sale, told R &R, "Private equity groups are filling the gaps left by and Cumulus in the midsized markets." And that is certainly good news for people who love the business of radio. Phone: FREQUENCY: 40 khz POWER: 0kw FORMAT: Spanish Talk Texas $5 N/A N/A N/A $8 $00 N/A $80 N/A $34 N/A $38 N/A N/A $3 $53 $50 KDET AM & FM/Center and KCOT FM/San Augustine PRCE: $50,000 TERMS: Stock sale for cash BUYER: Blue Bonnet Radio nc., headed by President/Director Jack Russel. Phone: t owns no other stations. SELLER: Center Broadcasting Co. nc. headed by owner Dudley Waller. Phone: FREQUENCY: 930 khz; 00.5 MHz; 9.5 MHz POWER: kw day /36 watts night; kw at 568 feet; i kw at 0 feet FORMAT: Country; Country; Country WFAL- FM/Falmouth (Washington) PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: Sounwaves nc., headed by President Carl Hurlebaus. Phone: í owns no other stations. SELLER: Deer River Group, headed by President/CEO Robin Martin. Phone: FREQUENCY: 04.5 MHz POWER: 3kw at 49 feet FORMAT: N/A COMMENT: This station is currently represented as a construction permit. Bloomberg BR, Fss Continued from Page 4 Bloomberg this week that the company will appeal to the DC circuit court for a stay of that order. Cumulus Sells Apex Performance Systems Cumulus Broadcasting is selling Apex Performance Systems back to its original owners, Chris Lytle and Sarah McCann. Lytle and McCann sold their training and consulting firm, The Lytle Organization, to Cumulus in January 000 but continued to oversee the operation, which was renamed Apex, from their Madison, W -based offices.that deal gave Cumulus exclusive access to all of Apex's products, services and proprietary systems. Although Apex will continue to work with Cumulus, its services will now be available to other radio groups as well. Standard & Poor's Rates SBS Loans Spanish Broadcasting System's $90 million senior secured credit facilities have been rated double-"b"-minus by Standard & Poor. S &P said the outlook remains negative because of the risk associated with SBS' purchase of KFSG /Los Angeles. But S &P noted that SBS' recent time - brokerage agreement with KFSG, which will allow it to relaunch the station (and, perhaps, achieve profitability) earlier than expected, tempered its concerns. Kagan Continued from Page state of consolidation in 00. "We've had it so fat for so long." Wilson believes that traditional advertisers, such as automobile dealers, need to be sold harder and pushed a bit to make commitments. "f you want to sell automobiles, you don't sit in the showroom and pray," he said. "You advertise and get them inside the door. f you have a good showroom staff, then you sell cars." But it may not be as easy as Wilsonìhinks. Cumulus Chairman/CEO Lew Dickey responded, "Car dealers are trying to get on -air, but they just have less money to operate with." Dickey believes that radio sales forces need to be more creative and take more business from newspapers. Regent Chairman /CEO Terry Jacobs said it may be even harder than that. "Salespeople are working a lot harder to keep the people they already have on the air," he said. During a session called "Beyond Dot -Corn: The Future of Radio Revenue and Cash Flow Growth," Emmis CFO Walter Berger noted that the company has dedicated more funds to hiring more salespeople and to expanding sales- training programs. Saga VP /CFO Sam Bush said that his group is also training and refocusing its sales forces to go after new business. He's optimistic, because "radio stands up well during economic tough times," he said. "People get more value for their dollar in radio." Bush pointed out that Saga was not affected by the loss of dot-com advertisers. "We never got dot -coin business," he said. "We would have liked getting it, but we aren't missing it now." There is still plenty of business to be had, but advertisers do need to be pushed, RAB President Gary Fries told the dot-corn session. Fries contended that big advertisers have not slashed ad budgets. "They are just having a hard time deploying them," he said. "He said advertisers are paralyzed while they wait for economic gurus to decide whether the country is in a recession. He pleaded, "Let's let the sense of good business, good planning, prevail now." Brokers Feel The Pain, Too Cox Radio VP /COO Dick Ferguson said a broker friend told him that the radio sales slowdown has affected his business and that "he now knows what it's like to be a Maytag repairman" Ferguson said his corn - pany will likely use the slowdown to focus on its 83 stations, many of which have plenty of room for growth. Media Services Group Director Austin Walsh, a veteran broker, chuckled at the Maytag line and said that there are "a lot of investors out there who want to make deals, but there aren't as many as there used to be." "We have a small recession out there," he continued, "but nothing like we've seen in the past." Like others at the summit, Walsh figures time will change everything. He said many sellers are still grappling with the idea that the sale prices pegged to 8- and 0 -times cash flow have been replaced with prices more on the order of 0- to 5 -times cash flow. He also noted that broadcasters are beginning to see the benefits of consolidation and noted, "As their confidence level builds, so will their interest in buying." Regent's Jacobs agreed. While his group is currently focused on properties it acquired last year and has made a large number of changes to its 4 stations in markets, he said that, as the operation continues to improve, he expects to be out locking for another round of acquisitions. The wait- and -see attitude is popular. Alta's Retik predicted that most acquisitions will be put on hold for -4 months while established groups focus on integration of recently acquired properties. However, Retik also speculated that because selling prices are being driven down by an economy in flux, such cash - ready mega -media operators as News Corp., GE's NBC and Gannett could jump into radio. "Radio is not going to be standalone forever," he theorized, adding that more for -sale signs could be popping up as current operators get a better fix on the economy. "t always takes a seller's mentality to hit reality."

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12 io MR March 3, 00 Nancy Leichter in the GM Spotlight, Page Great ideas from the Country Radio Seminar, Page 5 Radio Gets Results, Page 5 "Nobody believes the official spokesman, but everybody trusts an unidentified source." -Ron Nesen FLM AT : WHEN YOUR STATON BECOMES THE STORY Lessons learned at Talk Radio Seminar 00 By Pam Baker Sales & Marketing Editor corn BAKER Over the past few weeks 've been emphasizing the importance of generating good public relations for your station and how it is imperative to develop strong relationships with your media contacts. At this year's R &R Talk Radio Seminar, was honored to moderate the panel called "Film at : When Your Station Becomes the Story." The panelists included Dr. Laura Show GM and Premiere Radio Networks Sr. VP Keven Bellows, Los Angeles Times staff writer Chuck Philips, WOL- AM/Washington morning personality Joe Madison, former KF/Los Angeles talk host Marcia Clark and KLSX/Los Angeles host and KTLA- TVL.A. entertainment reporter Sam Rubin. Undoubtedly, one of the biggest stories of the past year was the "Dr. Laura controversy," a media frenzy related to Premiere host Dr. Laura Schlessinger's personal views about homosexuality. Schlessinger and Premiere Radio Networks staffers found themselves in a crisis, defending themselves against the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation and other activist groups and dealing with clients that began canceling their advertising while the show's millions of listeners witnessed the biggest daytime drama since the Texas cattle farmers sued Oprah Winfrey. began the session by asking Bellows what Premiere's game plan was for dealing with a nationwide controversy. " think it's obvious that we didn't have a game plan," she replied. "f we had had one, it might not have gotten as out of hand as it did. Dr. Laura is no stranger to controversy. Her views are very countercultural in a lot of areas, and so we were used to a certain amount of media feedback about the positions she takes on the radio that are based on her very traditional views of morality and ethics. We made the mistake of thinking that the controversy over homosexuality was one more example of that, and we dealt with it in the way we normally deal with these things. We corrected the distortions, tried to make dear what the context of her remarks was and moved in the direction we had always moved in in the past. However, there were some elements that now, in retrospect, we see made it very, very different from anything we had been up against before." One new element faced by The Dr. Laura Show was the expanding role of the nternet. nformation, some accurate and some not, about Scllessinger's remarks was being passed along rapidly every day online. Bellows said, "The nternet was used very effectively D LA R. U R A by [anti- Schlessinger organization and website] StopDrLaura.com. t was used to organize the troops and to disseminate information." The StopDrLaura.com site and other websites also became news sources for the media. Bellows said, "That was completely new to me. had no idea that mainstream journalists were checking the nternet regularly and using these sources of information for their stories." When the Dr. Laura controversy hit, everyone from the National Enquirer to the Washington Post, Dateline NBC and Entertainment Tonight covered the story. Bellows observed, "Another factor [in the coverage] was the blurring of the lines between mainstream media, newspapers of record, network television and tabloids. n the old days it used to be that there was a clear distinction between newspapers of record and trash. Those lines have been blurred." JUST A MLE RADO SHOW Opinions. That's what we expect to hear when we listen to a talk host. But Schlessinger and Bellows found themselves surprised by how much entertainment has become big news. Bellows recalled, " think that we always tend to think of ourselves as this little radio show that's nationwide. t's just a radio show. But what is on top of that is celebrity. Anything about a celebrity that is even remotely newsworthy finds its way to the top of the news, and there is an insatiable appetite for it. "The one thing we could never have evaluated up front was the difference between being in radio and being in television. You can have, like Dr: Laura does, 450 stations and 8 million listeners on the radio - which is a whole lot of listeners and a pretty important place in the media - and not really be a big deal. But the minute you sign a television contract, you are of tremendous interest to everybody." Why didn't Schlessinger start a campaign of her own? "We had a lot of supporters and fans who were asking us, 'What can we do?,'" Bellows replied. "Our feeling was that we didn't want to go to war. We didn't want it to be us vs. them. The thing that is important to remember is that Dr. Laura's views with respect to homosexuality have a basis in her religion, but her discussion of the subject is an infinitesimal part of her radio show. Her primary focus is on families and children." She went on, "We did not think that going into battle against the gays and lesbians of America was in our best interest, and it's not what Dr. Laura is about." asked Bellows what the biggest misconception about Schlessinger is. "That Dr. Laura is homophobic. That is simply absurd," she replied. "But name -calling is part of the strategy in these kinds of guerilla battles. t is a horrifying name - nobody wants to be thought of as a homophobe in the United States of America today. That's about the worst thing you can be. And so that was the worst that [the protesters] could come up with, and that's what they hung on her, and it stuck - largely because the media was not particularly careful in the way in which it reported the story. Reporters were not interested in getting the story right. Most were just interested in being on the bandwagon." A PANFUL DEATH n 999 a racial -bias suit was brought by several KABC and KLOS / Los Angeles employees after KLOS gave national sales clients and listeners a garden tool identified as a "black hoe" as a promotion for morning team Mark Thompson and Brian Phelps. One of the plaintiffs, an African- American woman who had NOT OFF THE PRFCCFC Sharing their thoughts about crisis management and dealing with the media are (l -4) KLSX -FM and KTLA -TV /Los Angeles entertainment reporter Sam Rubin, former KF /L.A. host Marcia Clark, Los Angeles Times reporter Chuck Philips, Premiere Radio Networks Sr. VP Keven Bellows and WOL/Washington morning host Joe Madison. worked at KLOS for more than 9 years, charged that white male employees of the stations' parent company, Disney, taunted her about the promotion and told jokes to one another with "stereotypical mock black accents." Los Angeles Times staff writer Chuck Philips broke the story and continued updating it for more than a year. asked him how he'd landed the story, and was surprised to find out how he was tipped off. "That was a very fun story" he said. "t was dearly a racist situation going on there. An anonymous letter was sent to a woman who works in advertising at our newspaper, and she didn't know what to do with it, so she gave it to me. At first didn't know that KLOS was owned by Disney, but the minute found that out, knew we had a great story." What steps did Philips take to uncover the truth? "t took a while. had to infiltrate the organization. had to get some sources and find out exactly what happened. There are a lot of people who have grudges, and there are people who don't, and there's the station and its point of view. So did a canvass of everybody and worked up a first story. got some excellent sources in the building, people who were furious about the promotion - not just the black women who were about to file a lawsuit. waited to drop the story until the day they filed the lawsuit." His story on the lawsuit was featured on the front page of the business section of the Los Angeles Times - but, unfortunately for Philips, on a Saturday. He said, "Because the lawyer for the women filed the lawsuit on a Friday - which everybody knows is the wrong day, because Saturday's paper nobody even looks at, and TV didn't pick it up - the story got buried. Disney couldn't have cared less." Continued Dn Page 4

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14 R &R March RR NANCY LECHTER VP /GM of Urban KKBT (The Beat) /Los Angeles (Radio One) Marching to The Beat of accomplishment This week's GM Spotlight honors -year radio executive Nancy Leichter of Radio One's Urban outlet in Los Angeles, KKBT (The Beat). "The Beat is on its way up in a big way. with Steve Harvey in mornings and Nancy Leichter leading the troops," e -mails one R&R reader. A colleague comments, "Nancy has the knowledge, the patience and the drive - the perfect combination for an outstanding GM." Congratulations! decided to enter the world of broadcasting because: "When moved to California from Philadelphia, someone gave me the name of David Moorhead, the GM of legendary AOR KMET/ Los Angeles. got an interview with him, he hired me that day, and stayed at KMET for 3 years." First job in broadcasting: "Saes assistant at KMET." Career highlights: " was a salesperson at KMET in 980, when it became the first FM in the country to bill $0 million - a lot of money in those days! n February of 98 helped launch the first Wave format, KTWV, in Los Angeles, with Frank Cody and Howard Bloom. Then in March 989 was part of the team that launched 'Pirate Radio' on KQLZ /Los Angeles, with Simon T, Norm Pattiz, Mike Kakoyiannis and Scott Shannon. t went worst to first in one book! "n 994 was _fired as GSM of The Beat under Craig Wilbraham. was the General Sales Manager when, over a two -year period, we increased revenue 80% and went from being ranked 5th in revenue to being tied for No. in Los Angeles and being No. 6 in the country and No. for Urban stations. was named VP/ GM in September 999 under AMFM's ownership, and Radio One took over The Beat in August 000. To be a part of the largest African American -owned broadcasting company, under the leadership of Cathy Hughes and Alfred Liggins, is a highlight and an honor." The most challenging aspect of being a GM: "Trying to motivate and challenge my staff toward a common vision while making the environment productive and fun - all while generating high revenue and ratings." My most unforgettable moment at a radio station: "When then President Clinton called Steve Harvey on the air to tell him what a big fan he was! That and looking at the fall 000 Arbitron and seeing that Steve Harvey had jumped from st to fourth place in the 5-54 demographic. He had beaten KPWR morning host Big Boy and KS -FM's Rick Dees and was one -tenth of a share point away from KLSX's Howard Stern - all in his first three months at the station." 'm most proud of "Being a role model for young women coming up in this business. All of my mentors and role models were male. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but when young women come up to me and tell me they believe they can make it to the top in their career because did, it makes me more proud than can say. ". The best words of advice 've ever received were: "Words of wisdom from various GMs around the country: 'Hire the absolute best people and then let them do their jobs.' 've tried to do that in every situation, and believe it makes for a very successful station." You'd be surprised to know that... " always wanted to be a race -car driver and drove a 94 Porsche 9 for 5 years!" Just Added r WKLB /Boston Saturday Nights will Never be the Same "During the period when Bo was not hosting our Saturday night show went crazy! Bo has tie type of show that fits my station perfectly. We are a true music and personality radio station and that's what Bc does. t makes all the difference in the world to have him on Saturday nights entertaining people like he's doing a morning show! The listener interaction entertainment values are superb! want top notch programming on the w.- stattion at a With our 5-54 persons num er, up 5' 3. to a 5.6Jtñter to Spring, we love thi Bo really bra party atmosphere, anl how up every Saturday Night. ots of phones -lots of entertainmentva ue Randy ybrooks.wg-ifm "The Eagle 93, times and the BD show takes Saturday nights to a new level. - Mike Kennedy KBEQ -FM nfinity Kansas City fed wa Satellite - midnight in all time zones [with Automation Tones) í `,\ - U \, FSHER ENTERTANMENT

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16 4 R &R March 3, 00 FLM AT. Continued from Page 0 The story re- emerged six weeks later when African- American organizations became interested in the controversy and picketed Disney's offices. "We couldn't believe that this kind of [promotion] was happening in the year 000," said Philips. "t was a great story, and we had a lot of fun with it, because people started protesting, and then Disney said it wouldn't change the promotion. Then Disney apologized, and then after they apologized, they said they'd never pay the plaintiffs. Then, after we'd followed the story for about a year and a half, they paid them about a million bucks each -$ million to one of them." "The 'black hoe' story was a classic example of damming up, which was the worst thing they could "Radio Activist" Joe Madison (center) visiting the nation of Sudan, where young staves shared stories of abuse by their Arab masters. have done," added Rubin. " think Mark and Brian have never recovered. Before that they were these nice, goofy guys, and 'm sure some lawyer somewhere said, 'You guys cannot appear anywhere.' t was a huge PR mistake." J asked Philips what advice he has for GMs -and how dangerous it is to refuse to cooperate with a reporter. "t really helps, in my experience, if you're smart and honest," he replied. "f you're dishonest, don't get on the phone; you're gonna be in trouble. But if you're honest and you make your point in the first story, that's the best thing to do. Don't run away from the scandal. "Anybody who handles crisis management knows that. 've dealt with all of them. When write stories, most companies bring in a specialist who tries to defuse the crisis immediately. The best way to do that is by telling the truth and apologizing immediately. f you do that, it goes away in about a month. But if you don't do that, can drag you through the media for a year, and will do it. Most good reporters will go after that type of story. t's fun. You've got a villain who's lying, you know they're lying, you've got them lying on the record. Eventually, they're going to have to tell the truth, and you know it. You just have to prove how to do it, and you do it eventually, and they look silly." PASSON SPEAKS VOLUMES As a human- and civil -rights activist, morning personality Joe Madison has spent his career working for the betterment of others. Madison is known as "The Black Eagle" on WOL -AM/ Washington, and one of his major initiatives has been making Americans aware of the international movement to free Sudanese slaves. Last year he visited the nation of Sudan with members of Christian Solidarity nternational to reimburse Bedouins who had paid to buy Sudanese slaves from their Arab masters. " saw for myself the horrors of slavery," said Madison. " can tell you vividly, in my mind and my heart. met a young boy who was 8 years old who had all his fingers cut off because he refused to dean a goat pen. met a 4 -year -old girl who was raped and then later circumcised, and she gave birth to her baby -part Arab, part Dinka - in a goat pen. She had to run away to the bush of Sudan because the goats tried to eat her baby. "So brought those stories back, first to my radio station, because, with all due respect to my journalist friends here, we are in competition, and have the kind of owner - [Radio One Chairperson] Cathy Hughes - who will raise pure hell if you give a story to the newspapers before you release it on your own medium. So we force the media to come to us. We force the TV news to come to us. The TV news didn't see fit to go to Sudan. The newspapers didn't see fit to go to Sudan. Arid so this talk show personality went to Sudan. That's how the story broke." Madison told the audience that he will be returning to Sudan in the coming weeks - under, he said; "the threat of death by the Sudanese government." He went on, "The government sent a letter to our station that said if go into Sudan without proper authority, they'll kill me. That's news. And, of course, if don't make it back, it'll be bigger news. "There's an old saying in my community - and guess anyone else could adopt it - and [comedian and civil -rights activist] Dick Gregory really says this: He says, 'f you want black people to know something, put it on the front of the refrigerator or on the radio.' And there's a little truth to that. As a civil -rights activist, remember the days when we went to the old R &B AM stations, and we could walk in between the records and talk about voter registration, talk about a rally that weekend or the meeting at the church to discuss this issue or that issue, and the disc jockey would be very honored to have the likes of Martin Luther King and Andrew Young and others stop by. You could hear the enthusiasm. When you have a community that does not have a voice, the radio becomes the voice for that community." When Madison - along with Al Sharpton, Gregory, Walter Fauntroy and Carl McCall - was arrested for protesting police brutality in New York, he used the situation as a media opportunity. When the group was placed in a holding cell together, they took out their cell phones and started calling radio stations. "Seriously, we were calling radio stations around the country, until the station commander heard one of the stations and said, 'Damn, they're calling from my jail,' and collected all the cell phones." THE MEDA'S VERDCT Marcia Clark experienced firsthand the frenzy surrounding the "trial of the century" - the O.J. Simpson trial. The seemingly endless trial captivated the nation and the world, and most of us can still remember the moment the verdict was announced. had to ask Clark what was going on in her mind when the verdict was read. " knew what was coming, " she replied. "But we knew what was coming before we picked the jury, so it wasn't a shock. t was more like sitting there saying, 'They're not going to do it. They're not going to do it.' They did it." Although Clark had tried a number of high -profile cases before, including the prosecution of Robert Bardo for the murder of actress Rebecca Shaeffer, she wasn't prepared for the media's insatiable appetite for headlines and sound bites in the Simpson case. She recalled, " found myself continually disgusted with the way in which reporters would twist my words and chop up all the quotes. 'd turn around and see something in print that bore no resemblance to what 'd said. f you don't care and think, 'All publicity's great, just spell my name right,' then cool. Call a reporter and see what happens. Don't expect that it's always going to be a love -in, because frequently it will not be." Clark went on, " was such a novice. What did know about media? knew nothing about print, television or radio. Television, in particular, is such a visual medium. 've done a lot of it since then: guesthosted Geraldo Live for a couple of years, hosted shows for MSNBC, and 'm still on television doing shows; You cannot criticize the viewing public for getting hung up on hair, makeup and dothes, because people almost watch television with the sound turned off - it's just kind of company. So the content doesn't matter as much as the look. was appalled because didn't know, because hadn't been there before, that people would talk about my clothes and stuff. 'd say, 'Are you kidding?' and they weren't." The media was extremely harsh to Clark, not only criticizing her performance as a prosecutor, but describing her as "cold and calculating." asked Clark how she handled the criticism and why she thought she was viewed that way. "The terms 'cold and calculating' - it was weird," she replied. "t was like was a character on Dallas or something. And thought, 'Where did this come from?' have to tell you that, in all my previous trials -and had tried a lot of them -the jury, whether it was a win, lose or draw, would always want to talk to me. They didn't find me the least bit unapproachable or cold or anything like that. "But when you translate what's going on in the courtroom through the lens of the television camera, it's a whole different thing. t deprives you of the intimacy of the moment in court. You can't see what the jury sees; you don't feel it the way the jury does. And juries have always found me to be a real person. So part of it is the translation of the courtroom to the lens. "The other part of it is that we became everyone's daily soap opera. nitially, the people who were hooked on soaps were really pissed off at the O.J. Simpson case because we preempted all the soaps. got hate mail from people who wanted to see their soaps. think that there was almost an expectation that should be Oprah -like, that any woman on thhair should be cuddly and soft and warm. And can be, but not in court, because that would be a little inappropriate. Juries understand that. Television audiences don't. "t was awful and painful at first, and. then just got too busy and tuned it out. The cameramen would all come to me and say, ' can fix those circles under your eyes,' and 'd say, 'Get out of here.' The last thing would ever want to do is stand up in front of a jury and look like 'm made up for television. t would be terrible. People lost all perspective."

17 March 3, 00 R &R 5 POPPN' OUT DEA AFTER DEA At last month's Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, attendees were treated to an awe - inspiring session on brainstorming, "90 More deas in 90 More Minutes." The exercise provided new ideas on how to outprogram, outpromote, outmanage and outsell your competition. Moderated by KMPS & KYCW/ Seattle PD and KYCW morning personality Becky Brenner, the panel included KSCS/Dallas PD Dean James, KMLE/Phoenix PD Jeff Garrison, nfinity/tampa Marketing Director Mike Culotta, WSDUNashville PD Mike Moore and WHSL & WTQR/Greensboro- Winston Salem Marketing Director Lisa Fields. Here's just a taste of some of their terrific ideas:. When a baby act is touring and wants to come into the station and play for the staff in the conference room, ask them to visit a listener's office instead. Encourage listeners to fax in to win a station "coffee break" with the band. The band can play a four -song acoustic set while the station distributes doughnuts and station merchandise. The listeners and the acts love it.. Make checking and answering e -mail and the station website mandatory show prep. 3. Use the Christmas cards celebrities have sent to the station as auction items for a charity. 4. Send your morning show talent out to visit listeners'.offices a couple of times a week. This allows the station to identify where people are listening at work, and it will make a one -on-one impression on a P listener. 5. Give listeners who win prizes on the air cassettes of themselves winning. 6: Do you have a database? Do you know your THE BOOTY CALL COMES TO AN END CHR KDND (0.9 The End)/ Sacramento found a fun and entertaining way to give away front -row tickets to a Backstreet Boys concert with The End's BSB Booty Call. To snag the seats and a chance to meet the band backstage, listeners were invited to the Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights, CA, where they competed in the largest "back" contest (and we're talking booty!). After measuring the backsides of hundreds of listeners, End personalities Heather Lee and Christopher K (center) awarded Joanna Sullivan of Elk Grove (left) and Quinn Toan of Sacramento (right) each a pair of tickets and backstage passes to see the Boys at the Arco Arena. Ps' birthdays? Then call them. Split up the names among your jocks and have them take a couple of minutes to call listeners at work and wish them a happy birthday. t makes a powerful impact.. s someone on your airstaff a fabulous cook? How about giving away a romantic Valentine's Day dinner for two, prepared in the listener's own home by the "station chef "? A grocery store will gladly provide the food when its name is included in the promos. 8. How about a new twist on an old favorite for Cinco de Mayo? Fill a vat with mayo - mayonnaise! Then let listeners bob for prizes. 9. Have your morning show do an afternoon shift. There are different comes and listening patterns at different times of day, and it's a great way to expose the show to a new audience. 0. ncorporate song lyrics into your on -air imaging. t's fun for the listeners and reinforces the music as part of the fabric of the station.. Take pictures of listeners at station events, then put them in the studio so your talent are constantly reminded of who they're talking to.. nstall a TiVo system in your production studio to record digital TV audio. 3. Hold an open -mike night. Give 0 listeners the opportunity to perform at a club or bar as a promotion. Don't worry about talent, and don't worry about the crowd; the listeners will bring their families and friends to watch them perform. 4. Have your entire staff submit new liners for possible use on the air. Those who submit winning liners win $00 cash. 5. Run the audio from your TV spot as a promo. SUCCESS STORES FROM THE RAB THE GOAL: OUTPERFORM EXPECTATONS t's like walking a tightrope: You have to create an effective advertising schedule while managing your client's expecta- tions. When CHR/Pop WRVQ/Richmond teamed up with a health care client to promote a job fair, the event outperformed the client's expectations. And, although the client ended up canceling part of its commercial schedule because it had received enough responses, the station isn't worried - that client will be back! When you have an especially successful campaign, ask your contact person to write a letter expressing the client's satisfaction. And here's another idea: Start videotaping client testimonials, and use them in presentations to agencies and potential clients. When you start compiling your station's success stories, you'll soon have an impressive catalog that will help your station outshine the competition. Category: Market: Submitted by: Client: Recruitment Richmond WRVQ -FM /Richmond First Health Services Situation: First Health Services is an industry leader in advanced claims processing and managed -care services. t was adding a new division to its Richmond office and was in need of 80 new customer -service representatives and benefits examiners. The company's human resources director decided to hold job fairs on two consecutive Wednesdays to fill the positions. Since the fairs were to be held in December - not the best time of year to seek new employees - First Health needed an aggressive campaign. Objective: First Health needed to fill 80 positions in one month to have its new office ready for opening day. Campaign: First Health chose to promote its job fairs on CHR/Pop WRVQ/Richmond. Because the client's need was urgent, the station chose to run a heavy advertising schedule of 38 spots in two weeks. Results: After commercials had run, the first job fair was held and drew 5 job- seekers. Because the event was so successful, the rest of the ad schedule was withdrawn and the planned second job fair was canceled. Thanks to the efforts of WRVQ, First Health found enough qualified applicants to fill all 80 of its positions in a single event and to create a small reserve pool for possible future positions. More and more companies have found that the recruitment dollars they spend with newspapers bring lackluster returns. Those companies are turning to radio and its creative solution providers for answers to their staffing dilemmas. - RAB T00LB0 More marketing information and resources from the RAB Here you'll find more marketing information and resources from the RAB. For more information, call the RAB's Member Service HelpLine at , or log on to FROM THERAB'S STREET SHEET ON EMPLOYMENT "A survey of job- seekers found that 8% of male candidates are influenced by traditional compensation packages, such as 40 (k) plans, while % are more swayed by lifestyle benefits, such as flextime and sabbaticals. Women are more equally divided between the two, slightly preferring lifestyle to traditional benefits." (USA Today, 999) "On average, year -olds spend 0 months at a given job before moving to another company." (Research Alert, 000)

18 6 R&R March 3, 00 Napster: Fighting Every Step Of The Way NEWS & VEWS t can't win in court - so why is Napster being so stubborn? By Paul Maloney For RAN: Radio And nternet Newsletter With the halfhearted way in which Napster has been attempting to stop illegal file- sharing on its system, one has to wonder just how dedicated the company really is to operating as a legitimate business. And if Napster really has been dragging its feet in complying with the court's requirements, what does it hope that will achieve? Seeking Safe Harbor When the RM first filed suit against Napster over a year ago, the file- sharing service's first line of defense was the "safe harbor" provision of the then - newly passed Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The bill says that nternet service providers and directory companies don't have to police their services for copyright violations and are not responsible for infringements of copyright unless they have knowl- edge of the infringement or gain from it economically. Moreover, SPs were made exempt from legal action for caching, or holding temporary copies, of infringing material and for linking to sites that contain copyright violations. But the DMCA also states that the safe harbor is void if services don't act "expeditiously" to remove illegal copies of intellectual property when they are made aware of infringement. Napster, naturally, has always been aware of how people use its service, and it has hardly been expeditious in its attempts to thwart them. ts argument was quickly rejected by the court. The Metallica Suit Last spring Metallica filed suit against Napster for allowing users to trade the band's songs online. Napster didn't budge for a couple of months, then agreed to block the accounts of more than 300,000 Napster users who had been fingered by Metallica for illegally trading their music. But even then the company allowed those pun- ished to appeal their banishment on the grounds that they may have been "mistakenly identified." t then RAN: Radio And nternet Newsletter Publisher and Editor Kurt Hanson is a well -known researcher and consultant who also serves as Chairman of Strategic Media Resea -ch, the firm he founded in 980. 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As the RAA's lawsuit progressed, Napster raised another argument: t insisted in July that downloading MP3s from the nternet isn't illegal, because no one is making money on the deal. Napster lawyers buttressed that argument by citing other courts' findings that the Diamond Rio MP3 player, objected to by labels because it has no copy -protection technology, is not in violation of copyright law, but is legal under the 99 Audio Home Recording Act. Then Napster said it should be protected by the same line of legal reasoning that protected Sony when the film industry wanted videocassette recorders off the market - that is, it said its product has legitimate uses aside from duplicating copyrighted material. Napster attorney David Boies, a former federal prosecutor, even went so far at the time as to propose that the major record companies had lost their legal right to enforce their copyrights because, he alleged, they have used their copyrights to achieve anticompetitive advantages. But those arguments also fell flat, and Judge Marilyn Patel handed down her first injunction against Napster (R &R 6/4/00). Her original order was for only the file- sharing elements of the site to be shut down, but not its "Chat" and "New Artist" sections. But Napster argued that the different facets of its business were too interdependent to operate individually and said that if any part of the site was to come down, it n..; `DONNAS >,.: edaa ioa F b/./st - : u' ` TMwtowa;: rv NYw, y c n Association With 4&, _ --\fm_ WOXY.com: True To Alternative's Roots Radio And nternet Newsett r The small town of Oxford is tucked away in the same southwestern corner of Ohio as Dayton and Cincinnati. t's home to Miami University, and it boasts a small and pleasant downtown, a handful of people and clean air. Oxford is also the home of WOXY (9X) ( -a station that has stayed true to its mission of providing Alternative radio to Cincinnati - area listeners for nearly 0 years. t's impressive and encouraging (and even a little endearirg) to see how proud and dedicated the staff behind the station and its website is to creating and maintaining a unique. independent voice for alternative music. think media critics are, unfortunately correct when they say that radio stations are being homogenized by consolidation in the industry. Today an Alternative in eisizwe Click here to order o :Hungry. delicious paisa john l4.ca Denver may sound like one in Spokane. which sounds just like the one in Worcester, MA. But you'd be hard - pressed to find a station that you could mistake for 9X - at least on the commercial end of the FM dial. WOXY.com offers Windows Media and RealAudio streams, provided by BBQRadio, and just now heard Big Star's "September Gurls" and "The All the All" by Lo Fidelity Allstars. Check out the playlis: on the site - there's a conspicuous shortage of the not- really- alternative records that mainstream Alternative ( "main- stream Alternative" - now, there's a ccncept) stations have been pounding by order of someole in a suit at the home office somewhere. That's not to say that 9X shuns successful artists. Radiohead, U and The Dave Matthews Band are all on i.s playlist - artists who have a history outside of mainstream radio and who are still creating music that challenges conventional boundaries. Pa'haps it sounds trite, but 9X has stayed the course as a real "alternative" Continued on Page Continued on Page

19 W S VEWS March 3, 00 R &R n Association With Radio And nternet Newsletter Napster Continued from Page 6 would all have to. For that reason and others, Napster argued that the injunction was too broad. Even now, having had most parts of its appeal denied and with a new, somewhat narrower injunction in place against it, Napster has continued to try to delay what most believe is the inevitable: the end of the service as it has existed. Remember that almost laughably unrealistic $ billion settlement offer (R &R /3)? Napster has said in court that it can disable users from accessing its system, but it can't exclude particular songs or artists from its database. t said that again when EMusic asked it to prevent EMusic's label - authorized MP3 files from being traded on Napster's system (there are now two EMusic lawsuits pending against Napster). But, facing a complete shutdown at the beginning of this month, Napster said it would comply with the new injunction and prevent the trading of copyrighted files. n other words, Napster promised to do what it had said couldn't be done, and it has done it. The Spirit Of The Order The spirit of the court's order has been obvious, it seems, to everyone but Napster. n its March compliance report to the court Napster complained that the record company- supplied lists of songs to be filtered didn't include file names, so full compliance with the injunction wasn't possible, and it requested another hearing to talk about the differences in how it GS (Z/J.0% Continued from Page 6 to what mainstream Rock radio serves up. The station plays music that's new, different and cool and that sounds right within the context of its presentation. The WOXY.com website seems to have been designed with the idea that listeners want to feel like they're part of the station. The design is a unified and attractive combination of orange, blue and charcoal gray, with few images to slow page loading. The homepage layout breaks convention a little by having the logo on the upper right instead of the left, but it's otherwise pretty logical, and it's easy to find the link to listen. The stream sounds very nice, but never realized how fond of the "Now Playing" feature 'd grown until was faced with the WOXY.com player, which could really use it. The station explains that, because its 8,00 -song library isn't stored on hard drives but played directly from CDs, such a feature isn't realistic. Listeners are invited to the air talent if they'd like and the labels understand the court's order. On March 4 it requested an extension of the blocking deadline, then on the 5th reported that it had blocked about 60,000 songs. Napster has also allied with online music database Gracenote to help it identify songs for blocking purposes. But the question remains: What did Napster think it had to gain by being dragged kicking and scream- ing toward legality? To the best of anyone's knowl- edge, it's not making any money as it is, and the one major label group that has allied itself with Napster, Bertelsmann, has reportedly given the company a July deadline to get legal. Did Napster management think stalling might allow the service enough time to convert to a s eirs'tcom The ley to úowno subscription model without losing the traction it's gained? f that was the strategy, it doesn't seem likely to work: Traffic on the site is reportedly down as much as 50% with some song -blocking in place. f Napster can actually make the switch to a subscrip- - and convert a significant number of its users to customers - that would be its best trick yet. tion -based model before its windows are boarded up to know what's playing. WOXY.com has a really nice "Artists" section with some original biographies and artist links of interest. Also in the "Music" section: links to music news, a list of new releases, a guide to free (legit) music down- loads, a schedule of 9X artists' nternet chats, streamed concerts and archived lists of the station's own "Best of" music rankings. The site's "Community" section has a charity auction segment, multitopic (and active!) message boards and a chat function (not so active when tried it). Particularly interesting is the "Gallery," a collection of listener- submitted art, including photo- graphs, digital art, paintings, poetry, rants and even recipes. The station makes a real effort to expose its audience to local music through the website. The "Local Scene" section has local -music concert listings, the details of a 9Xposure contest for local musicians and its own message board. Giving a voice to local music -a long -dead ideal at many Alternatives- is an everyday thing at 9X. f you're a radio fan who wants to hear what Alternative was once supposed to sound like, a good place to start is in Oxford, OH. -Paul Maloney Will Napster Alternatives Survive? The glory days of Napster are over, at least as far as users being able to download anything they want for free. The news has been full of reports about "Napster alternatives," but most media outlets (and the RM) seem to have decided that no system is going to be able to fill the post -Napster void. And, at the moment, there aren't very many viable alternatives. OpenNap, Napigator and Aimster all piggyback on Napster technology and share its inherent weaknesses, and they don't have Napster's commercial strength. The systems that seem most likely to satisfy a former Napster junkie are Gnutella and Napster nemesis EMusic.com. As you probably know, Gnutella works peer -to -peer instead of through a central server. That is, users of Gnutella clients (there is no Gnutella software per se) connect to one another's computers directly. Because of that, the system can't be shut down all at once like Napster - there's no centralized system for rights - holders to go after. t has seemed in the past that Gnutella would be unable to accommodate the huge number of users that Napster supports, but that may no longer be the case. The system does still have a few problems: t is not as easy to use as Napster, and ittakes more time. What you might have been able to grab in an hour might take you half a day using a Gnutella client like BearShare or Gnotella. But the search times, in my experience, have decreased significantly of late. A search tried for one band turned up more than 4,000 hits in less than 30 seconds. The system seems to be growing up and speeding up. Downloads through Gnutella clients are still thwarted by firewalls and busy systems far more often than Napster transfers, but the more popular clients -such as our primary test program, Gnotella- are becoming better -equipped to automate downloads. Gnotella will keep trying to download for as long as the user sets itto. With patience, most people will get what they want. t isn't Napster -style instant gratification, but it's fast. EMusic.com isn't, of course, really a "Napster alternative." n fact, it's not a file- sharing service at all. t's a legitimate business that provides licensed MP3s to its users. EMusic files go directly from the primary source to the user, who pays a subscription fee. t isn't expensive - for $0 a month, if you download one album per month, you've gotten what you paid for. There are some good tracks to be found: The site Continued on Page 8

20 8 R &R March 3, 00 Napster Alternatives Continued from Page carries thousands of independent artists, Tricky recently released an album to the site, and there's plenty of They Might Be Giants fare. Classical -music lovers might note that all of Beethoven's symphonies are available. But the downside of EMusic is obvious: Users won't find Radiohead or Britney Spears or Eminem - now, or, it seems, in the foreseeable futu re. They will find some good music, but it won't match the Napster high of free Wu -Tang Clan for all. Far more people have probably heard about the Free Network Project and Freenet than have actually used ijgtdl SurferNetwork nvests n BroadcastUrban SurferNetwork.com has agreed to invest capital, hardware, streaming services and its targeted adinsertion technology in BroadcastUrban.com in exchange for a minority equity position in that company and shared ad revenue. n addition, BroadcastUrban CEO JesseWineberry takes a seat on SurferNetwork's board. Minority -owned BroadcastUrban has more than 00 Urban- formatted streaming clients, including such major- market stations as WBLS /New York, KJLH /Los Angeles, WBEE /Chicago and WHUR/Washington. SurferNetwork also recently acquired the radio assets of GlobalMedia and BroadcastAmerica.com. Digital Club Network Picks Up New Financing Webcaster Digital Club Network, which makes more than 4,000 full -length concert videos available through its site at has gained $3.5 million in new financing from Atlas Venture. DCN Chief Strategic Officer Ted Werth said, "The new investment gives DCN the resources to continue rolling out our product lines, including live music recordings, narrow and broadband syndicated concerts and online and offline advertising packages." NTERNET NEWS fix VEWS the Freenet software. And there's a good reason for that: t's by far the least usable system out there. Freenet appears to be in the very early stages of development (version 0.3), and it lacks an essential feature: t cannot search through files. A number of regular users have compiled long lists of files available on the system, but searching through splintered lists is cumbersome and difficult. So, right now, Gnutella, while it still requires more patience to use than Napster, seems the most likely of the alternatives to survive and thrive, Of course, if it gains Napster -like popularity, it may very well attract the same kind of attention from rights - holders. What that will mean for the future of free file- trading online remains to be seen. ESPN Radio Launches Website -Ralph Sledge ESPN Radio has launched ESPNRadio.com, a website featuring live and on- demand streaming audio of ESPN Radio shows, including GameDay, ESPNews and SportsBeat. The site also includes regular ESPN Radio SportsCenter updates. ESPN Radio is heard on more than 650 stations nationwide. BMG Reportedly Trying To Sell Stake n GetMusic According to the Wall Street Journal, BMG Entertainment is attempting to sell its stake in online music site GetMusic to Universal Music Group. The GetMusic site offers music videos, downloads, chats and webcasts. BMG also has a stake in online music retailer CDNOW. BM Enters News Overseas Rights Agreements BMl has entered into international nternet -rights agreements with 5 performing -rights organizations worldwide. The new agreements are with the major copyright societies of Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, reland, Japan, Spain, taly, Sweden, Switzerland, Greece, Chile, Denmark, Finland, ndonesia and Malaysia. BM already had agreements in place with the major copyright organizations of Germany, the U.K., France and the Netherlands. The 9 agreements, BM said, cover a substantial majority of the world's music repertoire. YBERSPA_ n aasoclatlsn with Radio And nternet Newsletter Hot new music -related World Wide Web sites, cool cyberchats and other points of interest along the ' information superhighway. P lä 'Net Chats Brazil's own scary Sepultura take a break from their U.S. tour for a live audio chat Wednesday (3/ 8) at pm ET, 4pm PT (chat.yahoo.com). "Ooh... t's Kinda Crazy," but MCA pop trio SoulDecision are upforan audio chat Thursday (3/ 9) at 8pm ET, 5pm PT ( Static -X's motto is "Keep Disco Evil." Find out why they think we need to be reminded Thursday (3/ 9) at 9pm ET, 6pm PT (chat.yahoo.com). Also on Thursday, talk to retro -cool punks -witha- horn -section The Mighty Mighty Bosstones at 8pm ET, 5pm PT ( On The Web See country hunk Ty Herndon do his humid "Steam" in a video webcast on Sunday (3/6) at 9pm ET, 6pm PT ( Their sound includes everything from Hindu chants to the occasional yodel. DreamWorks' Creeper Lagoon talk about their eclectic music and play an acoustic set on Thursday (3/9) at 6pm ET, 3pm PT ( -Brida Connolly mixreasecesardismrammilas.amminamsousanfarenale.ilia Times Are Changing On The 'Net With the NASDAQ drop- ping and a recession perhaps looming, many companies are re- evalu- ating their nternet plans. Should you forget about expanding your online Acd tint iyewsltfuer!- c' - Legality of product That records nternet aurae streams unclear operations for now and scale back, o, should you charge full speed ahead? E -mail us with your thoughts anytime at and read RAN: Radio And nternet Newsletterevery day at wwwkurthanson.com. AMERlO dirót EDAKETNC mein t BmarkBttung Build CUME and TSL with Residential and Business Telemarketing, NeighborSelecr", Comprehensive Coverage -, Quick Calls-, inbound Calls, Fax and Broadcasting, and Custom Designed Direct Mail

21 Amazing Webcaster s No. The latest weekly results are in for Measure - Cast, the most recent entrant into the online web ratings field. Out of all of the sites that Mea- surecast measured, the No. most listened -to web audio site is MEDA - mazing.com. Who? Not having heard of it before reviewing Mea-' surecast's results, went to the site expecting a marvel of modem, dynamic HTML 4.0+ with Shockwave and rollovers and confusing navigation - the works. nstead, found a Spartan site with nothing more ornate than the use of frames. The links were straightforward, the channel selection fairly standard, and the audio easy to get to. ts WindowsMedia player was customized with a skip button and a rating button. A couple of nice touches, but nothing revolutionary, just plain music, programmed to your liking. This was certainly nothing hadn't seen before on lots of other sites, sites that spent lots of money trying to get my attention. Why then, did this site come in ahead of a whole host of perennial favorites, including every ABC Radio property from Smooth Jazz 05.9 in DC to the runner -up on the list, WABC -AM / in New York? And not just barely ahead, but, in cume listeners, close to double WABC's numbers? asked Bill Piwonka, MeasureCast's Marketing Director, to explain. Aside from the fact that no one in the space is really ranking everyone yet, he credits the listener -formatted approach at MEDAmazing. "f 'm at work, might want a softer approach, but not just soft rock or not just smooth jazz," he says. " want my blend of soft. There's no one station that can do that for you." And what about brand awareness? "To be honest, hadn't heard of them until we started working with them," Piwonka admits. "t really is a testament to the simple, get -it -done attitude of the site. t loads fast, and it works." Sounds like the Denny's of web audio. Close. Henry Callie, one of only two (yes, two) guys who make up the entire company, says MEDAmazing does things differently. "We're not going to be one of those companies that is here today and gone tomorrow," he explains. "We do things for good business reasons, not to feed our egos. want to make money, not impress the media." David Lawrence xc cruvrrvaran whtrojhtlfamsoce Phil Torcivia, the coding brains behind the outfit, says the listeners do all the work. "We use listeners' ratings to drive the playlists - no PDs, no consultants, just the listeners." Listeners who made them No.. Questions? Comments? countdown. corn, or post to the nternet folder on the message board. David Lawrence is heard on WGN /Chicago; is the host of Online Today and Online Tonight, syn- dicated high -tech /pop culture radio talk shows from Dame -Gallagher; and is the host of the 'Net Music Countdown radio shows from United Stations. A 5 -year radio veteran; Lawrence was a founder of the American Comedy Network, is the voice of America Online, and is a leading expert on \ 5 6 Getting to No. 0 9 NTERNET NEWS & VEWS on anyone's ratings scale is only half the battle. The rest is in making enough money to stay at No.. Are all those banner ads on the site and on the player working for MEDAmazing? "You bet," says.henry Callie. "Phil used to DJ weddings, clubs and the like, but now we both make a very comfortable living." Will it be this nice little business forever? "We certainly have plans to do things in the future that will require more people, but it will never get out of hand," Callie says. "You'll never hear a report that MEDAmazing laid off a hundred people." ARTST CD/Title CHR /Pop SHAGGY Hot Shot/ "Angel" 4 MADONNA Music"Tell" 3 JENNFER LOPEZ J. Lo/"Cost" 3 4 LENNY KRAVTZ Greatest Hits/"Again" 6 5 DM NoAngeU "Thankyou" 9 6 U All That You Can't Leave Behind / "Beautiful" 8 K -C & JOJO X/ "Crary" 5 8 BACKSTREET BOYS Black &Blue "Call" 4 9 MOBY Play / "Southside" 8 0 OUTKASTStankonia/"Jackson" 3 CRAZY TOWN Gift OfGame/ "Butterfly" 5 MATCHBOX TWENTYMadSeason/ "Gone" 6 3 AEROSMTH Just Push Play/ "Jaded" 4 DREAM t Was AA Dream/ "Loves" 5 THE CORRS nbue/ "Breathless" 9 6 RCKY MARTN Sound Loaded/ "Lonely" 0 PNK Can't Take McHome/"Sick" 8 3 DOORS DOWN The BetterLife/ "Loser" - 9 BON JOV Crush/ "Thank" 0 DESTNY'S CHLD Charlie's Angels Soundtrack /"Women" Country ARTST CD/Title FATH HLL Breathe/"Wings" LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance/ "Ashes" 3 DXE CHCKS Fly/"Fall," "Without" 4 4 JAME O'NEALShiver/ "Arizona" 8 5 JESSCAANDREWS Who Am/"Who" 6 6 TOBY KETH How Do You Like Me Now / "Kiss" 5 KETH URBAN Keith Urban' "Grace" 3 8 DAMOND RO One More Day / "Day' 9 JO DEE MESSNA Burn/"Burn" 4 0 GARTH BROOKS NoFences/ "Horses" 0 RASCAL FLATTS Rascal Flatts/"Everyday" 5 TRAVS TRTT Down The Road Go/ "Great" 3 DARRYLWORLEY Hard Rain Don't Last/ Run" 4 ALABAMA When t All Goes South/ "South" - 5 KENNY CHESNEY GreatestHits/ "Happen" 6 6 MARTNAMCBRDEEmotion/ "Time" - WARREN BROTHERS King Of Nothing/ "Move" 0 8 ANDYGRGGS You Won't Ever Be Lonely /"Made" - 9 TMRUSHLOW TimRushlow/ "Misses" 9 0 CAROLYN DAWN JOHNSON Georgia / "Georgia" Hot AC ARTST CD/Title DDO No Angel/"Thankyou" LENNY KRAVTZ Greatest Hit&"'Again' 4 3 U All That You Can't Leave Behind/ "Beautiful" 8 4 CREED Human Clay/"Arms" 6 5 MADONNAMusid"Tell" 3 6 THE CORRS n Blue/ "Breathless" 5 MATCHBOXTWENTY Mad Season/"Gone" 8 DAVD GRAY White Ladder/"Babylon" 0 9 FATH HLL Breathe/ "Love" 0 BARENAKED LADES Maroon/"Pinch" 4 MOBY Play /"Southside" 9 COLOPLAY Parachutes/ "Yellow" DOORS DOWN The Better Life/ "Kryptonite" 3 4 EVAN AND JARON Evan And Jaron/"Crary" - 5 BON JOV Crush /'Thank" 6 NELLYFURTADO WhoaNelly!/ "Bird" DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Everyday / "Did" 8 LEE ANN WOMACK /Hope You Dance/ "Dance" 9 AEROSMTH Just Push Play/"Jaded" 0 FUEL Something Like Human/"Hemorrhage" WHAT DOES NO. 'S BUDGET LOOK LKE? March 3, 00 R &R 9 The site has been live since late 999, when, over a holiday dinner, Callie and Torcivia hatched the idea of creating a very simple, low- budget online music site. "t's all about the music, not the money," says Callie, who's been in bands most of his life. The money they have coming in now is from advertising arrangements with DoubleClick, 4/ and Lightningcast, but Callie says that the next step (and the need for more people) is "a dedicated sales effort, with no sharing with reps who lump you in with all the rest of their network." - David Lawrence LW W ARTST CD/Title Ur-ban SHAGGYHOtShot/"Wasn't" JLL SCOTT Who s Jill Scott?/"Walk" OUTKAST Stankonia/ "Fresh" ERYKAH BADU Mama's Gun/"Know" JOE My Name lsjoe/"stutter" JA RULE Rule 3:36/ "Put" R. KELLY TP-.com/ "Wish" KOFFEE BROWN MarsNenus/ "Party" 6 9 LUDACRS Back For The First Time/ "Southern" 6 0 MUSO NutterProfessorSoundtrack / "Love" - NELLYCountryGrammar/ "Ride" JAHEM GhettoLove/ "Could" CARL THOMAS Emotional /"Emotional" TAMA A Nu Day/"Stranger" MYSTKAL Let's Get Ready/"Danger" DAVE HOLLSTER Chicago 85 : The Movie/"Woman" 5 JAGGED EDGE JEHeartbreak/ "Promise" 8 Room / "Over' 9 9 AVANT MyThoughts/ "First" - 0 JAY -Z The Dynasty: Roc La Familia 000 /"Just" NAC LW TN ARTST CD/Title /Smooth Jazz SADE Lovers Rockl"Side" GEORGE BENSONAbsoluteBenson/ "Medicine" RCK BRAUN Kisses n The Rain/"Rain" JEFF GOLUB Dangerous Curves/"Drop" BONEYJAMES & RCK BRAUN Shake ltup / "R.S.V.P." RCHARD ELLOT Chill Factor/"Who?" DAVE KOZ The Dance / "Love" 9 8 CRAG CHAQUCO Panorama/ "Cafe" 9 WALTER BEASLEY Won't You Let Me Love You/ "Comin" 0 WARREN HLL LoveLife/ "Life" - JOE MCBRDE Texas Rhythm Club /'Texas" 0 CHEL MNUCC Sweet On You/ "Sunday" 9 3 KRK WHALUM Unconditional/"Forever" 6 4 BONA FDE Royal Function/ "Hip" 3 5 DAVD BENOT Professional Dreamer/ "Miles" - 6 TM BROWN Smile/ "Smile" 4 NORMAN BROWN Celebration/"Paradise" - 8 KM WATERS One Special Moment/"Groove" 8 9 JEFF KASHWAAnotherpoorOpens/ "Hyde" 5 0 RONNE LAWS Dream ALittle/ "Old" Alternative ARTST CD/Title MOBYPay/ "Southside" COLDPLAYParachutes/ "Yellow" U All That You Can't Leave Behind/"Walk" LNKN PARK Hybrid Theory/"Step" NCUBUS Make Yourself/ "Drive" 3 DOORS DOWN BetterLife/ "Duck" DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Everyday/ "Did" LFEHOUSENo Name Face/ "Hanging" CRAZY TOWN The Gift Of The Game/ "Butterfly" LMP BZKT Chocolate Starfish..J "Way" 6 FUEL Something Like Human/"nnocent AARON LEWS & FRED DURST Family Values Tour 999/ "Outside" 3 A PERFECT CRCLE Mer De Noms/"Hollow" - 4 PAPA ROACHnfesU"Angels" 6 5 OFFSPRNG Conspiracy Of One/ "Want" 6 DAVD GRAY White Ladder/"Babylon" AMERCAN H -Fl American Hi -FU "Flavor' - 8 DEFTONES WhitePony/ "Digital" 5 9 GREEN DAY Warning /"Warring" - 0 ALEN ANT FARM Anthology/ "Movies" E -charts are based on weekly rankings of CD sales, downloads and streams of artists online compiled and tabulated directly from the logfiles of reporting websites. Reporters includeamazon.com, Artist Direct.com, BamesandNoble.com, CDNow.com, ChoiceRadio.carn, City nternet Radio, DMX Music. Gracenote, KSfmi.com, Lycos Radio, MSN -Chat, Music Choice. Musicplex, MusicMatch, NetRadio.com,Radio.Beonair.Com, Radiowave.com, Radio Free Cash.com, Radio FreeVirgin, Rolling Stone.com, Spinner.com, The Everstream Network, UBL.com and XTRA.com. Data is weighted based ontraffic reports bywebtratfic monitormediametrix. Charts are ranked with a50r50 methodology ofsales data and streaming/airplay data forihe six reporting formats. 00 RBA nc. 00 Online Today,

22 0 a R &R March P3, 00 Newsbreakers Ronayne Rises To Sr. Dir. /Nat'l Top 40 Promo At Arista Margaret Ann Ronayne has been elevated to Sr. Director/National Top 40 Ronayne Promotion at Arista Records. Based in New York, she reports to Sr. VP Steve Bartels. Ronayne joined Arista's promotion department in 99 as a local promotion rep in New York and was promoted to National Manager /Top 40 Promotion in 999. Before joining Arista she spent two years as the local New York promotion rep for EM - America Records. That was preceded by a year as the local New York rep for Polydor Records. After beginning her music career as a Ft. Lauderdale club deejay in 9, Ronayne joined Pickwick nternational Record Distributors in Miami as a sales rep in '4. From she was Motown Records' local promotion rep in Florida. Bosch Becomes PD At 'KS /Greensboro Five -year CHR /Pop WRHT/ Greenville, NC PD J.T. Bosch will begin programming WKS/Greensboro on April 6. He'll succeed Jeff Cushman, who recently departed the Hot AC to become Asst. PD at Hot AC WOMX/Orlando. " was very lucky to be one of the last three people to interview for the job;" Bosch told R &R. "t's like winning the lottery. can't wait to get started. 'll work very closely with [consultant] Mike Donovan of Vallie- Richards. As a team, we'll make the station happen. WKS is doing very well, and don't expect to make any major changes. watch other stations around the country, and am very aware of all formats, including Hot AC." Bosch spent eight years at WRHT, where he landed his first programming assignment. He has also worked on -air at WYKS/ Gainesville. Alonso Continued from Page 3 strong understanding of the Spanish- language music format. But the News format is complex, and, given his vast experience, we feel that Alfredo is the person to take Noticias 380 to the next level.". Alomo has held his current position with Mega Communications since April 996, when he founded the company. Prior to that he spent three years as VP of Spanish Broadcasting System, where he was a driving force behind turning KLAX/Los Angeles and WSKQ/ New York into highly rated Spanish- language music stations. Universal Appoints Schoen Dir./Promo Bruce Schoen has been named Director/ Promotion & A &R Research for Universal Records. He is based in New York.' "We are looking for Bruce to bring the same drive, innovation and insight into the industry that has distinguished his career," said Avery Lipman, Universal Records Sr. VP and Republic Records Schoen President. "There is no question that he will play an integral role on the Universal team." Prior to joining Universal Schoen operated his own radio promotion company. He previously served as VP/Top 40 Promotion at Arista, where he was involved in securing airplay for Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton, Kenny G, Barry Manilow and others. Waldo Found As PD Of KGBY /Sacramento KGBY /Sacramento has tapped veteran programmer Brad Waldo as PD. He succeeds Steve Kelly, who recently left the AC to become Director/Program - ming & Operations for nfinity News/Talk and Hot AC combo WMC -AM & FM /Memphis (R &R / 6). There won't be any radical changes - we're still going to be AC;' Waldo told R &R. "'ll put together a plan, and know it will succeed. We'll get the station focused toward what we think is the best opportunity and go forward. "'m very impressed with [Clear Waldo Channel /Sacramento Market Manager] Jerry Delcore and know 'll be able to do my best work with him. KGBY has had some trouble but is in a great position right now. did a lot of research and talked to many people before taking this job; there were no danger signs flashing anywhere in this whole experience. 've been very lucky, because have fun every day and love my job." Waldo most recently programmed KKLT/Phoenix. His past PD credits include WLT/ Detroit, KLTH/Kansas City and KRQK/Santa Maria, CA. Fruge Named VP /GM For Radio One /ndy Radio One has ap- consistently over the years. pointed Vince Fruge VP/ We feel very confident GM and Market Manager with him managing and of its ndianapolis stations, growing all of our stations which include WTLC -AM in the ndy market. 'm de- & FM, WHHH, WYJZ lighted to have him conand a low -power TV sta- tinue his career with our tion. He spent four years as company." WTLC -AM & FM's VP/ Fruge began his career in GM under previous owner sales in 98, when he joined Emmis Communications WDRQ/Detroit. n 98 he and succeeds Bill Shirk, Fruge became GM of WZZT /Cowho resigned last month, at lumbus, OH, and from 988- the other stations. 89 was Sr. AE for WZAK /Cleveland A "Vince has a real understanding year later Fruge moved to WCKX/Coof the radio broadcasting industry lumbus as GSM and was later proand the ndianapolis market," Ra- moted to VP /GM. After three years at dio One COO Mary Catherine WCKX he joined Blue Chip Broad- Sneed said "Under his leadership, casting's WZF /Cincinnati as VP /GM, WTLC -AM & FM's revenue grew then moved to Emmis in 99. Collins Climbs To WDJX/Louisville PD WDJX/Louisville has elevated Shane Collins to PD. Collins has been serving as interim PD - as well as MD, Assi PD and afternoon driver - and succeeds Barry Fox, who was recently promoted to OM of Blue Chip /Louisville (R &R /6). " started at WDJX part -time in 99, and always had that hope that someday would get to program this radio station," Collins told R &R. "ibis is the radio station that grew up with and that have loved since Day One. This truly is a dream come true! My goal is to continue the success that WDJX is known for and to try to build on the incredible job that Barry Fox has done with this radio station for the last two years. hope to be able to walk in his shoes." Prior to joining WDJX Collins worked as an air personality at WQXFJElizabethtown, KY; WSTO/ Evansville, N; and WLKT/Lexington, KY. EXECUTVE ACTON Hill Adds Corporate Duties At Citadel KUBUSat Lake City PD Ed Hill has been elevated to the newly created position of Corporate Director /maging & Format Development for Citadel Communications. He will continue to serve as PD of Country KUBL. "This is a significant opportunity for both Ed and Citadel," Citadel Exec. VP/Programming Ken Benson said. "Ed's creativity and ability to package and produce radio stations combined with his years of experience make him a valuable addition to Citadel's programming initiative." n his new position Hill will work closely with VP/ Product Development Scott Mahalick and VP /AM Pro- Hill gramming Brian Jennings to help create imaging campaigns for all Citadel formats. Hill joined Citadel in 993 as OM /PD for the group's stations in Modesto, CA and Salt Lake City. Eagle Music Group Officially Opens For Business Former MCA Records Sr. VP Eddie Gilreath has formally launched Los Angeles-based Eagle Music Group. Marketing and promotion duties will be helmed by Joey Quarles, who has worked for WEA, MCA/ Universal and Geffen, and the production offices will be led by Mitch Rabin, who has worked for Geffen and Domo Records. Michael Hamilton oversees financial matters, and Tod Ratfield will handle legal duties. The company, which played a leading role in the success of former Gap Band frontman Charlie Wilson, will release new albums this year from The St. Lunatics, JTTaylor, The Dazz Band, New Age guitarist Dallas Gordon, The Rippingtons' Steve Reid and rappers 69 Boyz. Gilreath commented, 'The Eagle Music Group enables artists and entrepreneurs to own an imprint and to retain their independence and do so without the expense of having to fund the day -to -day operating expenses this business requires:' Elektra Elevates Two To Nat'l Dirs./Field Promo Elektra Entertainment has elevated Colleen Wilson -Hicks and Monique Davis from Re gional Promotion Managers to co- National Directors/Field Promotion. Wilson -Hicks will focus on the Southwest from her Dallas base, while Davis will focus on the Northeast from Washington, DC. Both report to Sr. VP /Urban Music Richard Nash. "Colleen is really the consummate promotions professional' said Nash. "Her understanding of the complexities of the market- Wilson -Hicks Davis place coupled with her tenacity and ability to deliver time and time again has made her an invaluable member of our team. Monique is a take -charge executive who gets it done. Her ability to understand the intricacies of her role and sustain the needs of the field staff make her a natural for this position." Wilson -Hicks joined Elektra in 995. Davis worked at Red Ant Records before moving to Elektra in 99. Cravens Continued from Page 3 "John is an outstanding addition to our company and will play an important role in all aspects of expanding our O &Os in New York, L.A. and Boston and our local presence in Chicago," said One -On- One President/CEO Chris Brennan. "We are thrilled to have a person of his caliber and experience join our management team?' Cravens began his career as an AE for WNDE & WFBQ/ndianapolis. From there he moved to ABC Radio Spot Sales in Chicago and, later, to WRQX- FM/Washington, where he was NSM. Cravens has been NSM for WLS -AM & FM/Chicago, GSM for WABC- AM/New York, VP /GM of KSRR- FM/Houston, President/GM of WHYT -FM/Detroit, GM at Sports WMVP /Chicago and, most recently, Sr. VP at Broadcastspots. com. "This is a great opportunity for me to work with Chris Brennan, whom 've gotten to know and respect a lot," Cravens told R &R. "This position offers the opportunity and challenge of growing something brand -new, and really thrive in that kind of environment. Timing is everything, and, with One -On -One having backing from Vulcan Ventures and the resources of The Sporting News, the time is definitely right for this opportunity."

23 Newsbreakers March 3, 00 R &R National Radio WESTWOOD ONE and HBO broadcast the Oscar de la Hoya vs. Arturo Gatti boxing bout live from the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas Saturday, March 4, at 0:30pm ET. ContactTodd Goodman at -64 -; tgoodman Qwestwoodone.com. VH RADO NETWORK offers Hot AC and Rock affiliates special episodes of VH's Behind the Music series customized for radio.vh will produce one hourlong BTMprogram per format each month from March -June 00. Contact Todd Goodman at ; ' Radio MKE NORMAND is upped to NSM of WDHA & WMTR/Morristown, NJ. He was previously a Sr. AE. PATT TRAVASOS is promoted to Dir./Mktg. & Special Events for Clear Channel /Charleston, SC. She was most recently Dir./NTR. DJ JAM is appointed Programmer for NBG Radio Network's syndicated Bigg Snoop Dogg Radio. He has been Snoop Dogg's DJ for nearly a decade. Changes CHR: KQKS/Denver nighttimer Kobe joins WJMN /Boston for nights, while WBOTBoston afternoon driver Chuck Dogg takes late- nights on 'JMN... Former KZQZ /San Francisco morning driver Woody Woodward segues to mornings at WBTS /Atlanta. Also, 'BTS Mix Show host DJ David Garcia exits... WFLZ/ Tampa morning show Exec. Producer Joey B. segues to sister WOQ/Philadelphia for similar du- Artist/Tile BACKSTREET BOYS The Call 3W No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) 'N SYNC Bye Bye Bye AARON CARTER That's How Beat Shag PROS ON THE LOOSE KGBX /Springfield, MO Love Songs host Shelby Collins; ; rws- cros msn.com. STEVE REED is named Div. VP at CNET Radio Sales. He was most recently SVP /Sales & Media at Salon. com. MCHAEL ROSENBERG rises to President/ Koch nternational. He was most recently SVP. A *TEENS Bouncing Off The Ceiling (Upside Down) BRTNEY SPEARS Stronger AARON CARTER Aaron's Party (Come...) BAHA MEN Who Let The Dogs Out BRTNEY SPEARS Lucky DREAM He Loves U Not JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing DESTNY'S CHLD Jumpin' Jumpin' 'N SYNC t's Gonna Be Me HAMPTON THE HAMPSTER The Hampsterdance 'N SYNC This Promise You EFFEL 65 Blue (Da Ba Dee) SMASH MOUTH All Star DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor BACKSTREET BOYS Shape Of My Heart MARCUS Pop Musik Records Rosenberg SAND HEMMERLEN gets Assoc. Dir. /Division One & Associated Labels stripes at Atlantic Records. She rises from MgrJAssociated Labels. ties... Former WWDX/Lansing, M nighttimer Brian Figula joins WDBR/Springfield, L for nights... WCKZ /Ft. Wayne, N morning show producer Shagwell exits... WKGS/Rochester personality Dem Jones joins crosstown WPXY for middays... Scott Donato takes over afternoon drive at WYCR/York, PA as Cisqo exits... WWCK -AM/ Flint, M drops its simulcast with sister CHR WWCK for Gospel Former KKBT /L.A. afternoon driver Theo rejoins KMEL /San Francisco for middays as Rosary exits... WKQX/Chicago nighttimer Pyke segues to nights at crosstown Video playlist for the week ending March 8. Total Plays CHRONCLE BRTHS The Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines, husband Adrian Pasdar, son Jackson Slade Pasdar, March 5. Singer Amy Grant, husband Vince Gill, daughter Corinna Grant Gill, March. CONDOLENCES Mamas & Papas singer -songwriter John Phillips, 65, March 8. Paul Revere & The Raiders drummer Michael Smith, 58, March 6. Products & Services BA FNANCAL NETWORK releases the first quarterly edition of the nvesting in Radio Marketing Reportand nvesting in Radio Ownership series for 00. For more information, contact BlAfn at MJ BROADCASTNG's mage Kit production packages are now available for the AC and '80s formats. For more information, contact MJ's Affiliate Relations at WKSC... "Red Hot" Brian Scott rejoins WHTS /Quad Cities, A -L for maging Director /middayer duties... KKWD /Oklahoma City morning drivers Troy Shannon and Heather Potter join WNVZ/Norfolk for wakeups... Here's the new lineup at WHZZ/Lansing, M: Z Morning Hooha featuring Brook, Ryan and Jason; Betsy Collins, early middays; Production Director Dan Parks, middays; APD Dave B. Goode, afternoon drive; Stacey Scott, nights; and Andi Martin, overnights... WXXXBurlington, VT morning co -host Amy Ceder joins WRZE /Cape Cod, MA for nights... WBFA/Columbus, GA morning driver Sam Diamond segues to afternoons... WSTW/ Wilmington nighttimer Lisa Tyler exits... KGG/Riverside appoints ODM interim MD. Cont. Christian: Mike Weston becomes APD /pm driver for WMHK/ Columbia, SC. Country: Mark Skibba returns to WOSQ & WYTE/Wausau- Stevens Pt., W as Dir. /Ops. News/Talk: WHBY -AM/Appleton, W premieres Job Search 50, a job -info and listings show hosted by PD Bob Salm, Mon. -Wed., :30- :30pm... David Kelly returns to WTAM -AM/Cleveland as a sports reporter /anchor and fill -in host... KERN-AM/Bakersfield replaces The Dr. Laura Show with The nga Barks Show, Mon.-Fri., :30-3pm. Oldies: John Allen joins KBBQ/Ft. Smith, AR for middays. Rock: WRCQ/Fayetteville, NC afternoon host Al The Van Man adds Dir./Promo duties... WPXC /Cape Cod, MA MD Nick Rivers moves NATONAL RADO FORMATS ADDED THS ABC RADO NETWORKS Phil Hall Hot AC Steve Nichols TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me StarStation Peter Stewart 98 DEGREES My Everything Classic Rock Chris Miller No Adds Touch Ron Davis ERC BENET Love Don't Love Me GNUWNE There t s PRU What They Gone Do? Doug Banks Morning Show Gary Saunders No Adds Tom Joyner Morning Show Vic Clemons ERYKAH BADU Didn't Cha Know JANET All For You WEEK ALTERNATVE PROGRAMMNG Steve Knoll Gary Knoll Rock SYSTEMATC Beginning Of The End Alternative GREEK DAY Waiting CHR AMANDA Everybody Doesn't Mainstream AC NCUBUS Drive Lite AC BEE GEES This s Where NAC Came n PECES OF A DREAM R U Ready NESTOR TORRES Doesn't Realty Matter UC R. KELLY A Woman's Threat MSSY ELLOTT Get Ur Freak On SHAGGY Angel JONES BROADCAST PROGRAMMNG Ken Moultrie Alternative Teresa Cook GREEN DAY Warning RED HOT CHL PEPPERS Parallel Universe TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) Active Rock Steve Young /Craig Altmaier SPACEHOG Want.: _ from mornings to nights... WCLG/ Morgantown, WV welcomes new night host van Lee... KDOT/ Reno, NV names its new morning show: Jaye and Mike The Janitor With Malayna... Ed Banas from WBAB/Nassau- Suffolk joins WYSP/ Philadelphia as Dir./Creative Svcs. as Christopher O'Brien exits for a similar post at XM Satellite Radio KCT/Wichita's new address is 400 N. Old Lawrence Road, Wichita, KS 69; phone: ; fax: KOZ/San Diego's new address is 9660 Granite Ridge Road, San Diego, CA WNPL/ Nashville's new address is 0 Music Square E, Nashville, TN 303 WAAFBoston's new digs are at 0 Guest Street, Third Floor, Brighton, MA 035; phone ; fax Triad Broadcasting/Gulfport - Biloxi's new address is 90 E. Heritage Rock Steve Young /Craig Altmaier No Adds Hot AC Steve Young /Josh Hosier LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment CHR Steve Young /Josh Nosier JA RULE ML' MO & VTA Put t On Me JENNFER LOPEZ Play TONYA MTCHELL Broken Promises Rhythmic CHR Steve Young /Josh Hosier JENNFER LOPEZ?:,,; Soft AC Mike Bettelli No Adds Mainstream AC Mike Bettelli No Adds Delilah Mike Bettelli No Adds JONES RADO NETWORK Jon Holiday Adult Hit Radio JJ McKay CRAZY TOWN Butterfly JANET All For You TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) Rock Classics Rich Bryan ERC CLAPTON Traveling Light Adult Contemporary Rick Brady ENYA Cr, -inns RADO ONE NETWORKS Choice AC Yvonne Day Nu Adds New Rock Steve Leigh EVE 6 Here's To The Night NEW FOUND GLORY Hit Or Miss... WESTWOOD ONE RADO NETWORKS Charlie Cook Bob Blackburn Adult Rock & Roll Jeff Gonzer WALLFLOWERS Letters From The Wasteland Soft AC Andy Fuller No Adds Bright AC Jim Hays UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me Pass Road, Ste. D-, Gulfport, MS 3950; phone ; fax National Radio: NBG Radio Network appoints Loren Henry Mgr./ Production & Creative Svcs, George Campbell President/NBG Solutions and Robert Alan Affiliate Sales Rep for The Complete Sheet. Records: Tina Dunn is appointed Dir./Video Promo for Hollywood Records... Lauren Schneider is named Mgr./Media & Artist Relations for DJMG... Sony Music Entertainment ups Vivian Rodriguez to Dir. /Legal Admin. Svcs. and sisara Bey to VP/ Corporate Affairs and appoints Kristopher Ahrend Counsel... Abe Brabuck rises to Mgr. /A &R at Mammoth Records... Atlantic Continued on Page 8

24 played R&R March 3, 00 Show ''::...:::.....<..<:.. ' :. :::::.'. ;: <. ;;. ;.;.... :. '.! ;. MONDAY, APRL National Peanut Butter And Jelly Day 53 /Searching for a fountain of youth, Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon discovers Florida. Today the state is popular among retirees. 98 /CBS-TV airs Dallas for the first time. 99 /Mafia boss John Gotti is convicted in a federal district court on 4 counts of racketeering and conspiracy to commit mur- der. Got Gotti? 996 /nternet search engine Lycos goes public. Born: Sir Alec Guinness , Dana Garvey /Elvis Presley plays his first con - cert outside the U.S., for a crowd of 5,000 in Toronto. He plays three more shows in Canada the same year and, except for his Army service, never leaves the United States again. 980 /Socially conscious folkie Bruce Cockburn wins Canada's Juno Award for Folk Artist of the Year. 98 /Jazz drummer Buddy Rich, 6, dies of a heart attack in Los An- geles. Born: Marvin Gaye , Leon Russell 94, Emmylou Harris 94 Corrupt Society Day 860 /Pony Express mail service begins, charging $5 for every half ounce of mail. Highly unprofit- able, it drops dead in less than a year. /88 /Notorious outlaw Jesse James is shot to death by Robert Ford, a member of his gang who hoped to collect the bounty on James' head. 996 /UnabomberTed Kaczynski Jr. is { arrested by FB agents at his small wilderness cabin outside of Lincoln, MT. He is later sentenced to four consecutive life sentences with no possibility of parole. Born: Alec Baldwin 958, David Hyde Pierce 959, Eddie Murphy /Jim Morrison of The Doors surrenders to the FB in Los Angeles, charged with interstate flight related to Florida lewd behavior charges. He's eventually convicted, and the sentence is on appeal when he dies in '. 989 /Pepsi dumps a campaign based on Madonna's "Like a Prayer," saying that the public is confused about the distinction between the ads and the song's startling video. 996/MC Hammer, who reportedly earned $30 million in 990, files for bankruptcy. : ' Born: Tony Orlando 944, Melissa Etheridge 96, Mike Ness (Social Distortion) 965, Sebastian Bach (ex -Skid Row) 968 WEDNESDAY, APRL 4 Tell A Lie Day 84/One month after assuming office, President William Henry Harrison dies of pneumonia. VP John Tyler ascends to the presidency. 949 /The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is formed by Western democracies as a safeguard against Soviet aggression. 96 /Johnny Carson quits as host of The Tonight Show. He returns three weeks later for an additional $30,000 a week in salary. Born: Maya Angelou 98, Yasser Arafat 99, Robert Downey Jr. 965 /964/With The Beatles holding the first five positions on its singles chart, Billboard says, "Just about everyone is tired of The Beatles." t's mistaken. /968/Bobby Goldsboro's "Honey" goes Gold. The sappy tune is his only No. hit. 984 /At his arraignment for the murder of Marvin Gaye, Gaye's father responds to the question "Did you love your son?" with "Well, didn't dislike him." 996/A portion of the ashes of Jerry Garcia, late of The Grateful Dead, are scattered over the Ganges River. Born: Muddy Waters , Barry Oakley (ex- Allman Brothers) 948 THURSDAY, APRL 5 National Raisin And Spice Bar Day 64 /Pocahontas, daughter of an Algonquin ndian chief, marries Jamestown tobacco planter James Rolfe. 955 /Winston Churchill, the prime minister who saw Great Britain through WW, retires. 98/FOX Broadcasting launches with two Sunday -night TV shows: Married... With Children and The Tracey Ullman Show. t's raised its standards by 00 with the hit Temptation sland. FOX on the run. Born: Spencer Tracy , Roger Gorman 96, Mitch Pile i /Cozy Powell, 50, who played drums with, among others, Rainbow, The Jeff Beck Group, Whitesnake and Black Sabbath, is killed in a car accident in England. Released: Alice Cooper's "Only Women" and America's "Sister Golden Hair," 95 Born: Tony Williams (The Platters) , Agnetha Faltskog (ex -ABBA) 950 Prep......:.. : '._.`. :`. ::::. : :....:: `: : `:: National Caramel Popcorn Day 909 /Commodore Robert Peary becomes the first man to reach the North Pole. 96 /Charlie Chaplin, 6, becomes the highest -paid actor in the world when he signs a contract with Mutual Films for $65,000 a year. 99 /Science -fiction writer saac Asimov dies. Born: Billy Dee Williams 93, Marilu Renner /Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee is briefly hospitalized after he falls while climbing a scaffold to his drum set at a New Haven show. 995 /Howard Stern apologizes for having played gunshots over a Selena record on the day of her funeral. Born: Merle Haggard 93, Michelle Phillips (ex -Mamas & Papas) 944 National Teacher Appreciation Day 9 /America enters World War. 934 /Ford Motor Co. announces white sidewall tires as an option on its new vehicles at a cost of $.5 per set. 90 /John Wayne wins his first and only Oscar for his role in True Grit. Born: Francis Ford Coppola 939, Jackie Chan 954, Russell Crowe /Guitar god Ritchie Blackmore leaves Deep Purple to form Rainbow. "Man on the Silver Mountain," with vocalist Ronnie Dio, is the new group's biggest hit. 988 /Alice Cooper's safety gear fails while he's "hanging himself" at a London show; Cooper has to be rescued by a crew member. Born: Billie Holiday , Bill Kreutzmann (ex- Grateful Dead) /At Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium, Hank Aaron hits his 5th home run, breaking Babe Ruth's record. 95/ The Godfather wins the Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director (Francis Ford Coppola). Art Carney wins Best Actor for Harry and Tonto, and Ellen Burstyn walks away with the Best Actress Award for Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore. Born: Betty Ford 98, Richard Hatch (Survivor) 96, Patricia Arquette 968 = 994 /Nirvana singer- songwriter Kurt Cobain,, is found dead of a self -inflicted gunshot in his Seattle home. 99 /Laura Nyro, writer of Three Dog Night's "Eli's Coming," Fifth Dimension's "Stoned Soul Picnic" and "Wedding Bell Blues," Barbra Streisand's "Stoney End" and many other hits, dies of ovarian cancer at age 49. Born: Julian Lennon Brida Connolly & Frank Correia e:sjc"fle. Best Of () (So Far) Spin picks what it considers to be the top 40 artists of 00 so far. The 'zine's top 0 are (0) trance artists Sasha & Digweed, (9) Bjork, (8) D'Angelo, () art -metal artist Maynard James Keenan, (6) Dr. Dre, (5) Eminem, (4) Moby, (3) P.J. Harvey, () OutKast and () Radiohead. Bjork and Madonna are among Talk's "50 Risk Takers, dea Makers and Hell Raisers." The issue also includes a profile of Dr. Dre. The Star says a chainsaw -wielding doll in the likeness of Eminem - complete with a hockey mask and the rapper's tattoos re- created to the last detail - is coming soon to store shelves across America. "Something a lot of people don't know about Rage: played drums, played bass, guitars, probably wrote about 40% of the music. But now can make it sound the way really want. As far as lyrically? can't define what's going to happen with me. But 'm excited to maybe stop screaming my opinion at the top of my lungs all the time, you know?" Former Rage Against The Machine frontman Zack de la Rocha tells Spin how his exit from the band has affected his songwriting and lyrics. The band is the 'zine's No. artist of 00. Speaking of breakups, The Spice Girls seem headed for one. Bandmember Melanie Chisholm revealed recently that she is leaving the group to pursue a solo career. (Time) Fleetwood Mac (with or without singer Christine McVie) are reuniting for a new album and tour, and The Eagles will reconvene for a tour and a new album this summer. And get out your boogie shoes: The Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync guru Lou Pearlman recently signed K.C. & The Sunshine Band to a record deal. The Monkees (minus "wool hat" Michael Nesmith) are beginning a 0 -city reunion tour beginning this month. (Entertainment Weekly, People) Fiiolll S#udkrTa ß> r$ell Britney Spears, Ricky Martin and Marc Anthony are leaping from the recording studio to the big screen. Spears is working with Billy Madison director Tamra Davis on a yet - untitled comedy. Martin is expected to fill the role of a revolutionary in the political thriller The Assassination. And Anthony recently wrapped n the Time of the Butterflies with Salma Hayek. (People, US Weekly) A CRAZY LFE -" was in prison with-psychopathic wife beaters and murderers. t was like therapy, in a twisted way." Crazy Town frontman Shifty Shellshock tells Rolling Stone about being arrested for selling marijuana and spending three months in the wrong area of the Chino prison. Sisqo and No Doubt lead singer Gwen Stefani are heading to the small screen: Sisqo is set to star in a yet -untitled NBC sitcom with comedian Bob Newhart, and Stefani will play herself, as well as a fan of the band, on the May finale of FOX's animated series King of the Hill. (US Weekly, People) The video for Spears' new single, "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know," featuring steamy scenes of the singer frolicking with French model Bryce Durand, is so racy that Spears' shocked mother insisted that the producers leave the steamiest scenes on the cutting -room floor. (Star) Robert Downey Jr. wants to be a rock 'n' roll star! The Star says the actor is collaborating on a single with British rocker Robbie Williams. The recently released Ally McBeal soundtrack also includes a track by Downey. The National Enquirer includes an item about - year -old author Paula Fox, whose book Desperate Characters was made into a 9 movie starring actress Shirley MacLaine. Shortly before her 0th birthday, Fox put her newborn daughter up for adoption. Ten years ago her daughter, Linda, tracked Fox down. Linda's daughter - Fox's granddaughter - is Courtney Love. Love made the rounds at Gucci and various other posh Beverly Hills boutiques to collect donations of several designer items to give to actress Drew Barrymore, whose home burned down recently. (Globe) After secretly renting Love's home for a recent visit to L.A., Paul McCartney became upset when he learned about the fire that destroyed Barrymore's home - which is located just two doors away from Love's home. The National Enquirer says that McCartney believes - but has no evidence besides "an uneasy feeling" - that the fire may have been set deliberately by "a wacko fan." -Deborah Overman Each week R &R sneaks a peek through the nations consumer magazines in search of everything from the sublime to the ridiculous in music news. R&R has not verified any of these reports.

25 Am Tom Calderone VP /Programming DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor JANET All For You BRTNEY SPEARS Don't Let Me Be The Last... DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Did t LMP BZKT My Way CRAZY TOWN Butlerfv AEROSMTH Jaded EVE Who's That Girl U Walk On BUCKCHERRY Rkliri PAPA ROACH Between Angels And nsects OUTKAST So Fresh. So Clean JENNFER LOPEZ Play BLACK EYED PEAS Request Line SHAGGY Angel LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment NCUBUS Drive DREAM He Loves Not FUEL nnocent COLOPLAYYellow DOOThankyou NELLY Ride Wit Me AMERCAN H -F Flavor Of The Weak AARON LEWS 8 FRED DURST Outside JA RULENL' MO 8 VTA Put t On Me MYA Free JOEt/MYSTKAL Stutter K -C 8 JDJO Crary GODSMACK Greed TRCK DADDY /SNS EXPRESS Take t To Da House R. MARTN/C. AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be... NDA.ARE Video MYSTKAL MVEA Danger (Been So Long) JAGGED EDGE Promise S CLUB Never Had A Dream Come True GREEN DAY Warning SNOOP DOGG Lay Low NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird NEW FOUND GLORY Ha Or Miss... ATC Around The World (La La...) LUDACRS Southern Hospitality JLL SCOTT A Lang Walk BACKSTREET BOYS The Call DSTURBED Voices D MX No Sunshine SALVA Your Disease MUD VAYNE Dg TANTRC Breakdown KOFFEE BROWN After Pam/ SOUL OECSON Doh t's Kinda Crary MARLYN MANSON The Fight Song 3 DOORS DOWN Duck And Run AT THE DRVE -N One Armed Scissor ts Over Now TAMA Stranger n My House JON B DoOOTalk 0 -TOWN Liquid Dreams SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost AThing 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) LL BOW WOW Puppy Love PROJECT PAT Chickenhead 'N SYNC That's The Way Love Goes SAMANTHA MUMBA Baby, Come Over (This...) R. KELLY Fiesta OLEANDER Are You There OLVABizounce UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me GNUWNE There t s CASE Missing you CONZ Get Cranked Up LENNY KRAVTZ Again OUTKAST Ms. Jackson TANK Maybe Deserve DED) PLANET EARTH Killing Time MACY GRAY Love Will Never Do LVNG ENO Roll On RAGE AGANST THE MACHNE Renegades&) Funk JAY -Z (BEANE SGEL 8 MEMPHS... Change TheGarre MONCA Just Another Girl THE CGRAS Breathless MADONNA Don't Tell Me PNK You Make Me Sick JAY -Zf/R, KELLY Guilty Until Proven nnocent Video playlist forthe weekending March million households Peter Cohen, VP/Programming Piayi 5 million households Paul Marszalek VP/Music Programming ADDS BEE GEES This s Where BON JO V Say t sn't So Came n MATCHBOX TWENTY Mad Season R. KELLY A Woman's Threat AEROSMTH Jaded MADONNA Don't Tell Me LENNY KRAVTZ Again DDO Thankyou JANET A For You DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Dä t MOBY /GWEN STEFAN Southside U Walk On DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment THE CODAS Breathless JLL SCOTT A Long Walk BON JOV Thank You For Loving Me BAR ENAKED LADES Too Lille Too Late NELLY FURTAD0'm Like A Bird SAVE King Of Sorrow NCUBUS Drive R. MARTN f/c. AGULERA Nobody Wants To... 3 DOORS DOWN Loser SHAGGY Angel K -C 8 JOJO Crary ROD STEWART Cant Derry t COLOPLAY Yellow JOSH JOPLN GROUP Camera One NDA.AREVdeo SEMSONC Chemistry PJ HARVEY Good Fortune MAXWELL Get To Know Ya BUCKCHERRY Ridin' SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before JON B Don't Talk NNA GORDON Now Can Die TAMA Stranger n My House JOE UMYSTKALStutter AC/DC Sate n New York City SALVA Your Disease SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS FATBOY SLM Weapon Of Choice JENNFER LOPEZ Play MU50 Love A Man Of... TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) Video airplay for March 6 -April. 36 million households Cindy Mahmoud VP /Music Programming & Entertainment VDEO PLAYLST JAGGED EDGE Promise Plays s Show Prep March.:.... r. _r TELEVSO TOP TEN SHOWS MARCH -8 Total Audience (95.9 million households) Survivor!! Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (Sunday) 3 Friends 4 The Practice 5 Law & Order 6 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (Tuesday) West Wing 8 Everybody Loves Raymond 9 Will & Grace 0 Who Wants ToBeA Millionaire (Thursday) COMNG NEXT WEEK Tube Tops This year's nominees for Best Song - Dancer in the Darks "'ve Seen t All" by Bjork; Wonder Boys' 'Things Have Changed" by Bob Dylan; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon's "A Love Before Time" by CoCo Lee; Meet the Parents "A Fool in Love" by Randy Newman and Susannah Hoffs; and The Em- peror's New Groove's "My Funny Valentine and Me" by Sting - are slated to be performed by their re- spective artists when ABC presents the 3rd Annual Academy Awards (Sunday, 3/5, 9pm ET /6pm PT). Friday, 3/3 Tantric, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (NBC, check local listings for time). Sunday, 3/5 Faith Hill is interviewed on ABC's Barbara Walters Oscar Spe- cial (check local listings for time). Monday, 3/6 Harry Connick Jr. co-stars in a made -for -TV remake of the movie South Pacific (ABC, 8pm). Lionel Richie, Jay Leno. (tie) Teens - The Simpsons :;,;; Malcolm n The Middle 3 The Simpsons (Wednesday, 9:30pm) 4 The Simpsons (Wednesday, 9:00pm) 5 Survivor 6 Titus Grounded For Life That '0$ Show 9 That 0s Show (Wednesday) 0 WWFSmackdown! Source: Nielsen Media Research Powderfinger, Late Show With David Letterman (CBS, check local listings for time). Tuesday, 3/ Shawn Colvin, Jay Leno. Uncle Kracker, Late Late Show With Craig Kilborn (CBS, check lo- cal listings for time). Wednesday, 3/8 Lifehouse. Jay Leno. Train, David Letterman. Lee Ann Womack, Late Night With Conan O'Brien (NBC, check lo- cal listings for time). Thursday, 3/9 Go -Go's, David Letterman. Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Homsby, Conan O'Brien. -Julie Gidlow All show times are ET/PTunless otherwise noted; subtract one hour for CT Check listings for showings in the Mountain time zone. Rlistingssubject ta change.. i 3, 00 R &R 3 BOX OFFCE TOTALS Title Distributor March 6-8 Exit Wounds WB' Enemy At The Gates Paramount' 3 The Mexican DreamWorks 4 See Spot Run WB 5 5 Minutes New Line 6 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Sony Classics Down To Earth Paramount 8 Hannibal MGM /UA 9 Chocolat Miramax 0 Traffic USA 'First week in release All figures in millions Source: ACNielsen ED S Weekend ($ To Date) $8.48 ($8.48) $3.8 ($3.8) $8.0 ($50.) $5.00 ($4.8) $4.30 ($.89) $4.04 ($00.) $4.00 ($56.80) $3.56 ($5.0) $3.4 ($55.9) $3.4 ($0.4) COMNG ATTRACTONS: This week's openers include The Brothers, starring Morris Chest- nut and D.L. Hughley. The film's Warner Bros. soundtrack show- cases Eddie Levert Sr. (/Gerald Levert's'Two of a Kind;' Maze f/ Frankie Beverly's 'Teach Each Other,' Jaheim's "Let t Go" and Eric Benet's "Love Don't Love Me." The album also features cuts by Snoop Dogg, Jermaine Dupri & R.O.C. f /Lil' Mo and Dave Hollister, among others. Heartbreakers, starring Sig - oumey Weaver and actress and recording artist Jennifer Love Hewitt, also opens this week The film's RCA Victor soundtrack contains Shawn Colvin's "Polaroids," Alison Krauss' "Baby, Now That 've Found You" and three tunes penned by An- tonio Carlos Jobim: "Agua de Beber," performed by Astrud Rap Box Adds 'lo Adds Pop Box Adds No Adds Urban Box Adds to Adds Rhythmic Box Adds No Adds Rock Box Adds No Adds LUDACRS Southern Hospitality JOE f/mystkal Stutter MUSD Love JA RULE LL' MO 8 VTA Put t On Me TANK Maybe Deserve EVE Who's That Girl KOFFEE BROWN After Patty SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before JANET A For You RAP CTY SLKK THE SHOCKER That's Cool SNOOP DOGG Lay Low OB FNEST f/nas Oochie Wally TRCK DADDY /SNS EXPRESS Take t To Da House OUTKAST So Fresh. So Clean JAY -Z /R. KELLY Guilty Until Proven nnocent PROJECT PAT Chickenhead PAC /RL Until The End D lime G. DEP Let's Get t (Three...) SHYNE Bonnie 8 Shyne Video playlist for the week ending March 5. M UDVAYNE Dg DAVE MATTHEWS BAND 000 Thaakyou JLL SCOTT A Long Walk Did t NELLY FURTADO'm like A Bird LFEHOUSE Hanging ByAMoment GODSMACK Greed NCUBUS Ddve AEROSMTH Jaded LNKN PARK One Step Closer CRAZY TOWN Butterfly EVE Who's That Girl AARON LEWS 8 FRED DURST Outside BLACK EYED PEAS Request Line DOVES Catch The Sun LMP BZKT My Way 3 DOORS DOWN Duck And Run FUEL nnocent AMERCAN H -F Flavor Of The Weak GREEN DAY Warning JOSH JOPLN GROUP Camera One LENNY KRAVTZ Black Velveteen U Walk On David Cohn General Manager COLO PLAY Yellow UNCLE CRACKER FallowMe DSTURBED Voices ts Over Now DMX Ain't No Sunshine GRANOADDY The Crystal Lake NDA.AREVdeo OFFSPRNG Want You Bad JOHN FRUSCANTE Going nside SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow JAY- BEANE SGEL 8 MEMPHS... Change The Game MATTHEW GOOD BAND Hello Time Bomb Video playlist is frozen. 3 i Gilberto; "Quiet Nights (Of Quiet Stars), by Sarah Vaughan; and "The Waters of March," by Susannah McCorkle. Becca's "Only When Dance," Eman's "Wonderfully Strange," Mason Williams Trade Winds,' Michael Andrew & Swingerhead's "The Best s Yet to Come" and nara George & Bryony Atkinson's "nfinity" complete the ST. -Julie Gidlow

26 4 R &R March 3, 00 News/Talk AL PETERSON co m The Secrets 0 Success TRS 00 panel goes behind the numbers of several News /Talk winners One of the hottest sessions during the recent R&R Talk Radio Seminar was ' The Real Secrets Behind Successful Talk Stations." During the session, moderated by Arbitron VP/Programming Bob Michaels, the panel discussed the reasons for the winning ratings numbers earned by several of America's most successful News/Talk radio stations. Bob Michaels Phil Boyce On the dais were WABC/New York's Phil Boyce, Moceri Media's (and formerly WSB /Atlanta PD) Greg Moceri and WOA/San Antonio PD Andrew Ashwood. Also scheduled to appear, but unable to do so due to a death in his family, was KFBK/Sacramento OM Ken Kohl. While none of the panelists were there to give away the store, so to speak, attendees certainly walked away from the standing -room -only session with plenty of food for thought, along with some real inspiration from this trio of passionate Talk programmers. Talk s Hot! To no one's surprise, Michaels Greg Moceri AndrewAshwvod began the presentation by noting just how strongly News/Talk radio performed in the fall 000 Arbitron. "As you know, the format was very hot this past year, especially this past fall," he told those assembled. "And in the just -released ` Arbitron National Format Trends Report,' where we break out 49 different and specific formats, NewstTalk scored a 9.8. "What that means is that about one out of every 0 people in the fall survey was listening to a News/Talk radio station somewhere in America. To give that number some perspective, the No. format was AC, which scored an 8.. So you can see that the News/Talk format has a very nice lead in this arena." Michaels then expanded those numbers to include the entire spectrum of nonmusic -formatted stations in what Arbitron defines as the News /Talk/nformation group. "This includes News/Talk, Talk, Sports and News stations," he explained. "And when you combine them, you get an amazing 6.9 "About one out of every 0 people in the fall survey was listening to a News /Talk radio station somewhere in America." Bob Michaels share. That's up from a 5.6 in last summer's book. That number means that approximately one out of every six people in the country is listening to at least one of those spoken -word formats." From The E -Mail Bag Jones Radio Network's Amy Bolton checked in via cyberspace to take issue with a comment made by Clear Channel Radio CEO Randy Michaels during his address at TRS 00. During Randy Michaels' address to the attendees at R &R's Talk Radio Seminar on Saturday, March 0, he mistakenly attributed a diatribe against Talk radio to Bill Mann of The Motley Fool. To set the record straight, The Motley Fools love Talk radio, which is why they have been so successful with the syndication of both their weekly long -form a -ld daily short -form features to over 5 stations throughout the country. The author of the article is another Bill Mann, who claims to write for CBS MarketWatch and the San Francisco Examiner. Randy Michaels replies: During my talk at the R &R Talk Radio Seminar mistakenly quoted an article as having been written by Bill Mann of The Motley Fool. As it turns out, the column, which made derogatcry comments about Talk radio, was written by a different Bill Mann, reportedly of CBS MarketWatch and his own website. My apologies to Bill Mann at The Motley Fool. To the other Bill Mann, stand by what said, and 'm still laughing! The views expressed in a letter to the editor are those of the writer only. The writer is solely responsible for the content, R &R reserves the right to edit letters. Winning n Market No. WABC /New York PD Phil Boyce, representing the highest - ranking market on the panel, suggested that it wasn't just one big thing that has been implemented that accounts for WABC's success - going from th to sixth in the past year - but a number of smaller steps that have resulted in increased ratings and audience awareness. "For example," he said, "the other day was talking with [KGO/San Francisco OM] Jack Swanson, who wondered why the WABC website, which is substantially the same as the KGO website, has nearly six times more nternet streaming audience than KGO's site does. As thought about this, could only come up with a simple measure that implemented a while back where we heavily ran a quick one -line pro- mo on -air that said, 'Listen all day at the office on WABCRadio.com.' " asked myself, 'Could this one simple move have helped WABC to penetrate the brick and steel of Manhattan's concrete canyons and' tap into millions of listeners who have always been elusive to an AM radio station like ours? And has that move impacted not only the station's streaming listening, but also our reported listening in Arbitron?' While the answers to those questions are not yet totally clear, believe there might be a correlation. At the very least, believe this is something for all of us who program AM radio stations to watch as we look to the future." Boyce noted that other things have happened at WABC that he believes contributed to the station's Continued on Page 6 FAga jjng Perso n alit Nominated R &R Personality of the year! Neal BOOPJZ Somebody's gotta say it! Qnzi -ag J ecet.:6içi / WBT Charlotte M to 5.4 Up 50% M to 6. Up 38% A to 4.6 Up 56% A to 4.9 Up 50% WBDO Orlando M to 6.4 Up 94% M to.5 Up 5% A to 3.9 Up 34% A to 4.8 UP 4% WSB Atlanta M share # rank M share # rank WNS Norfolk M to.0 # rank Proven calk RADO, NC.\ Paul Douglas, Cox Radio Syndication Amy Bolton, Jones Radio Network JONES

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28 6 R&R March 3, 00 News/Talk The Secrets Of Success Continued from Page 4 success. "Five years ago, after we fired Bob Grant - who was the most listened -to talk host in New York City at the time - knew in my heart it was going to take at least five years to rebuild WABC. t's to the credit of our company and station management that they have allowed me the time to do that. "Frankly, we made a number of mistakes in our efforts at rebuilding, but believe you can learn as much from your mistakes as you can from your successes. With any failure we experienced, always had a `plan B' in mind. That is one secret to success think every programmer must know: Always have a `plan B.' Always be searching for new talent and developing talent for the future. "Right now we have three or four shows in development, so that, whenever the need arises, am confident that we have identified talents who will be ready to plug any holes. Successful programmers, in my opinion, must always be looking two, three, four or even five years down the road at what your station will need to do in order to maintain success." Southern Recipe For Success Turning to Greg Moceri, Michaels asked the former WSB /Atlanta PD how he managed to guide the station to where it had a whopping 48% of its audience fall into the demo -a big success by anyone's standards. "Most of the credit goes to WSB's talent," said Moceri. "f you want to know the real secret behind great Talk radio, it's simple: You've got to have great talent. The goal of WSB has always been to become dependable and memorable for its listeners. That is how you get people to write you down in an Arbitron diary." Moceri suggested that at least part of WSB's success comes from having a theme of personal responsibility. "We are in an era where nobody takes responsibility for their own actions," he said. "Through their shows, talents like Neal Boortz and Clark Howard really demand that people take responsibility for their own actions and their lives. "That is one secret to success think every programmer must know: Always have a 'plan B: Always be searching for new talent and developing talent for the future." Phil Boyce That has been at least a part of WSB's success." As far as any secrets to success, Moceri was philosophical. "We all have basically the same tools to work with," he suggested. "Research the product, develop an action plan, and communicate the mission to your staff, then execute it. But there are a lot of intangible things that go into 'turbo-ing' your shares. Much of it is the internal composition of your staff, the station's work environment and the work ethic of your on -air hosts. "On those issues WSB's commitment to winning is second to none, and that is really what believe to be the key secret to much of its success. When you listen to WSB, it sounds like one family instead of a collection of shows that are islands unto themselves. And that is something that is extremely important if you want your station to be a success." One of the things Moceri feels contributes to that internal camaraderie is what he defined as moving the staff from a "renter's mentality" to an "owner's mentality." "We have a reward system where everyone on the staff - including producers, engineers, newspeople and the hosts - have bonuses that are tied in to the radio station's ratings," he said "When people have a stake in the outcome, it makes a huge difference in their attitude and performance." When Opportunity Knocks, Answer! WOA's Andrew Ashwood began his presentation by addressing the fact that his station had recently picked up both Rush Limbaugh and Dr. Laura from its crosstown competitor and explaining how that move has impacted the station's recent growth. "We were actually beating our competitor before the opportunity to get the Joe Montana and Jerry Rice midday combo of Rush and Laura was offered to us," he said. "But quite frankly, when an opportunity like that comes along, my advice to anyone would be `Just say yes!' Having that combination to build upon has allowed us to focus more resources and energy on developing our other dayparts and local shows in morning and afternoon drive." Ashwood believes that the No. thing that today's programmers must focus on if they wish to succeed is helping to drive revenue for the station. "You do that by either creating or accessing the most corn - pelling content possible," he said. "With that mission in mind, the secret to success is to look at the two EFM Media Chairman /CEO Ed McLaughlin (c) accepts the 00 R &R Talk Radio Lifetime Achievement Award from R &R News/Talk Editor At Peterson and Publisher /CEO Erica Farber at TRS 00's closing luncheon, held in his honor. areas that you can control as a PD - credible information and incredible personalities. We focus on that and work to bring listeners content and personalities that nobody else in town has." Ashwood looks for three things when searching for new talent: "Are they curious, are they coachable, and are they passionate?" he said. "f they fit those three criteria, put them on the team and then just let' them breathe and let them do what they do best. "Today's radio environment offers programmers the ability to access more information than ever, and that is a resource that programmers must use effectively to succeed. 'm not ashamed to steal ideas or access wherever can get it. "f you have great resources within your company, like have with, use them! The one thing that every programmer should remember every day is how much he or she doesn't know. Never be afraid to tap into your company's brain trust and your friends for answers to questions and ideas." "The secret to success is to look at the two areas that you can control as a PD - credible information and incredible personalities. We focus on that and work to bring listeners content and personalities that nobody else in town has." Andrew Ashwood REET JOURNAL. NT The Wall Street Journal Report and The Dow Jones Money Report provide trusted insights and essential information to help your listeners manage their finances, their careers and their lives. Add your call letters to this list of great radio stations. Call today. 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29 Coleman CALVN GLBERT corn Oldies March 3, 00 R &R Research On 'DOs Oldies study takes an early look at a burgeoning format trend is a preliminary review, to be sure, but Coleman has apparently become the first research firm to address the newest addition to the Oldies family, with a report titled "'80s nsights: An Early Peek at the Format Everyone in Radio s Talking About." Coleman unveiled the study during a recent conference call that marked the debut of the company's nsightscall series. Almost 00 radio executives from throughout the nation dialed up to hear the data compiled from a comprehensive analysis of Arbitron and music -monitor data for 0 stations that have adopted the '80s format in radio markets n prefacing the report, Coleman VP Warren Kurtzman noted, "The one thing we want to stress is that at this point we don't have all the answers. We don't have any clear conclusions about the best way to do this format, because it's still a little early in the game. What we hoped to do in this first analysis is to establish an objective benchmark that we can use going forward as we gather data in the coming months." You can get a more extensive overview by downloading the full report, free of charge, at insights.com. However, 'll attempt to cover the high points here this week. Major Conclusions The crux of the report reveals: The primary sales demographic is adults Eighty -two percent of AQH listening comes from listeners who are between the ages of 8 and 44, even though only 5% of all radio listening in the markets covered is generated from this age range. This makes it slightly more of an 8-49 format than a 5-54 format. Even though year -old adults account for 8% of all AQH listening to '80s stations, the adults 5-54 demographic accounts for a slightly larger share - 58% - of all radio listening in markets with '80s stations. The 5-34 cell is the '80s format's focal point. Even though year -olds account for only 9% of all AQH listening in the markets covered by this analysis, '80s stations generate 4% of their audience from this cell. Men and women account for roughly equal portions. of the '80s format's audience. Males represent a slightly higher proportion of the audience, 5 %. The presence of the format on weaker signals limits its performance. Of the 0 stations covered in the analysis, five are on Class A signals that do not provide full coverage of their Metro Survey Areas. On average, '80s stations have not maintained the audience shares they achieved in their debut ratings period. The four stations that have been in the format for at least a year have experienced a 3% decline in share from their first ratings books to their fourth. Most '80s stations are taking very Radio Scholarships Available Now! similar musical approaches. Flashback and rock -coded titles dominate their music mixes, and virtually all of the stations feature an average era of 983 or 984. Covered Stations Stations covered in the survey include WXXY & WZZM (formerly WXCD) /Chicago; KOUSan Francisco; WPTP/Philadelphia; KHPT/ Houston; WCMA /Puerto Rico; KYPT /Seattle; KBZT /San Diego; WXPT/Minneapolis; WMJC/Nassau- Suffolk; WMLL/St. Louis; KXPK/ Denver; KVMX/Portland; KCNL/ San Jose; WXST /Columbus, OH; KSN /Salt Lake City;.WMXQ /Jacksonville; WBZA /Rochester; and WPTULouisville. "Of the 0 stations that we analyzed, more than half of them debuted during the fall survey," Kurtzman explains. "The format flips hadn't happened when Arbitron's fall 000 survey began. For any station that flipped formats during the fall book, the data that everything is based on is from the date they entered the format." Noting that adults 8-49 is the primary sales demo, Kurtzman says, "Seventy-seven percent of the cume being generated by these stations comes from people between the ages of 8 and 44, with the greatest emphasis on the 5-34 demographic cell. Each Friday morning KRTH (K -Earth 0) /Los Angeles is providing a recap of the previous night's episode of the popular CBS -N series Survivor. The Jim & Joni Show has gotten into the swing of things with an "outback" studio and attire to match. The promotion recently got the attention of KCBS -N during a segment on CBS News This Morning. Pictured are (l -r) Joni Caryl, KCBS -TV reporter Helen Kumari and Jim Carson. More than one -third of all listening to '80s stations is coming from people between the ages of 5 and 34." Things become even more concentrated when you switch from cume to AQH, where 8% of all AQH listening is from people 8-44, with 4% of it from "f there is an ultimate center for this format, it's 5-34," Kurtzman concludes. Music Libraries Almost all of the stations surveyed are using virtually the same approach to their music libraries. "t leans heavily toward the flashback sound and rock sound," Kurtzman says. "When we talk about rock, we're talking about artists like John Mellen - camp, Bryan Adams and Bruce Springsteen. On average, flashback and rock -coded material accounts for about three- quarters of all music being played on these stations." n comparing stations' relative strength in small and large markets, Coleman uses its own Performance ndex, which compares a station's audience share to the average share of the top 0 stations in its market. The music mix seems to have little impact on a station's performance, although Kurtzman points out, "On the surface it looks like stations that are taking á more rock approach, rather than a pop approach, are doing TH JOHN BAYLSS BROADCAST FOUNDATON somewhat better in terms of Performance ndex. "However, when we look at the data a little closer, one of the things that skews the analysis a little bit is that stations that are taking more of a pop approach tend to be those stations that are also on Class A or suburban signals and that don't get full -market coverage. When we remove those weaker signals from the analysis, we don't see a huge difference between the performance of the pop -based '80s stations and the rock -based '80s stations." Most troubling, perhaps, are the ratings declines that the stations have experienced between their first Arbitron books and their fourth. "Thus far the stations in the format have not fared that well in terms of maintaining their 8-49 share from their first book through their fourth book," Kurtzman says. "Basically, from book to book, we're seeing a downtrend for each of these stations. "By the end of their fourth book the average station in the format has an audience share that is only 69% of what it wass in its debut book. We're reluctant to say that this is going to be a trend for everybody in the format. Again, this is based only on four stations that have been in the format that long, but it's a little bit of a concern and something we're certainly going to have to track for the future." f you meet these criteria, contact the Bayliss Foundation for an application form. junior, senior or graduate student G DA 3.0 extensive radio -related activities You will need: college transcript letters of recommendation descriptive essay The application deadline is April 30, 00. AN NVESTMENT _N RADO'S FUTURE Contact us today for an application form: or send a SASE to: P.O. Box 00, Carmel, CA

30 8 RsR March 3, 00 News Cumulus Continued from Page expense in Q3. ATCF for 000 decreased from a loss of $.3 million (50 cents) to a loss of $9.4 million (84 cents). Cumulus improved its EPS loss, from $.50 in 999 to 49 cents. Same -station revenues were up %, and BCF dropped 8%. Looking ahead to the rest of this year, Dickey predicted that revenues for the company will decline between 3% -4% in Q 00, and BCF will rise 5 %. While he was reluctant to forecast beyond 90 days, he believes Q results will be similar to Q. However, he noted that the company plans to close on a staggering acquisitions in Q, thanks to the FCC's recent OK of several pending deals. CFO Marty Gausvik said Cumulus will need about $60 million to close all of those deals, $3 million of which, he said, will come from the company's own coffers. He hopes Cumulus will be able to borrow the rest under an existing $50 million revolving credit facility, but said existing covenants of the loan limit the company to only $9 million. Gausvik said Cumulus is in early negotiations to have the covenants relaxed but pointed out that the closings can also be funded through the company's Series B stock if needed. "We have made a great deal of progress in a relatively short period of time," Dickey said. "We're now assembling a strong team of talented and committed broadcasters who are defining the new Cumulus as a very serious operating company. Morale is high with our group, and we're committed to seeing this turnaround through. Though we have basically the same group of stations as we did nine months ago, it's really a different company?' Stevens Continued from Page 3 OM position in the fourth- largest market in the country?' Stevens remarked, "[VP/Market Manager] Tom Schurr and the entire /Dallas team have been fantastic to work with, and will miss them. At the same time am excited by the opportunity to return to California, add the OM stripes and begin Changes Continued from Page Records appoints Corazon Chacon Dir./nt'l Media Relations and Tara Tzoucalis Mgr./nt'l Publicity... Carol Della Penna is named VP/ Publicity at Sony Classical... vette Mares is appointed Dir./Film & TV Music Licensing at Arista Records Komeka Freeman is named Dir./ Mktg. at Priority Records... Brad Rosenberger rises to SVP/Film, TV & Catalog Development at Warner Chappell Music... Universal Music and Video Distribution appoints Jill Swan Sr. Dir. /Sales, Associated Labels... Bug Music Nashville promotes Drew Hale to Mgr./Creative Zsuzsanna Murphy is named Mgr./Product at DreamWorks Rec- On the day of the announcement Cumulus stock closed at $5.50, up just over % from the previous day's close. The news prompted Richard Read at Credit Lyonnais to raise his rating on the stock from "hold" to "add" at a -month target price of $8 per share. Read told R &R he believes Cumulus is taking steps to control costs and "act like a real company;' and said it is making the transition from a "roll up" company, which buys up properties to obtain market position, to an operating com- pany. Read also speculated that once Forstmann Little's buyout of Citadel is completed, the market for buying out companies like Cumulus will heat up. But he predicted that won't happen right away and said, "t would be in Cumulus' best interests to operate for a couple of years" But First Union Securities had a different view. "Cumulus is coping with turmoil - 45 out of 46 regional managers replaced, cash constraints, high debt leverage, a class -action lawsuit and small- market constrictions," the brokerage firm wrote in a report. As a result, First Union cut Cumulus' ATCF estimates for 00 from 8 cents to 0 cents, and for 00 from 6 cents to cents. First Union noted that Cumulus' Q4 ATCF of 5 cents was "well below our -cent and the street's 4 -cent expectations?' "The Cumulus fixer - upper campaign continues, but it is still just a second -half promise in our view," he continued. The firm also noted that Cumulus' pro forma debt leverage is.4 -times - "well above the industry average of 4.6- times, and a lofty 0.5 -times including preferred stock?' Cumulus maintained its "market perform" rating, but the broker - age calls it "a volatile situation for short- or long -term players, with major turnaround still to come." making a contribution to the continued success of the KCNL, KSJO & KUFX cluster. Most of all, 'm appreciative of the new opportunity offered to me by John Sutherland, Steve Smith, Jim Richards and the entire management and gratified by their confidence in me. look forward to the challenges ahead?' Stevens' programming credits include KQRC/Kansas City, KOZ/San Diego and KQLZ/Los Angeles. ords... Universal/Motown Records Group appoints Brett Alperowitz Sr. DirJint'... peermusic relocates its headquarters to 5369 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA ndustry: Preston Lewis is named Dir./Mktg. & Retail at MTV Networks... Brian Rawlings is promoted to VP /Creative at Disney Music Publishing... Robin Reinhardt rises to VP /Celebrity Talent & Studio Relations at MTV... Rafael Fernandez joins the RAA as VP/Latin Music... Marianne Goode is named VP/Music at Lifetime Television... Ken Anthony's Radio Think Tank relocates to 450 Glencoe Ave., Ste. 46, Marina del Rey, CA 909; phone ; fax XM Continued from Page Radio will never be the same" This was the moment Panero and big investors such as General Motors,, DirecTV and others had hoped to savor on Jan. 8, when the company's other satellite, "Roll," was about to be launched. But with seconds left in the countdown, that launch was scrubbed, wreaking havoc on XM shares. Prices fell to as low as $8.50 a share on March 6, but the successful blastoff rekindled investors' interest in the issue. Shares also got a boost from brokerage firm CE Unterberg Towbin, which, in a report issued Monday, called Rock's launch "sweet music to our ears." The firm's report reasoned that as XM's launch risk diminishes, the issue should become "increasingly attractive to the institutional community. Now is the time to buy." And the gushing didn't stop there. XM was reiterated "accumulate" by Friedman, Billings, Ramsey & Co.'s Riyad Said and "buy" by both Dain Rauscher Wessels' Jonathan Lawrence and Bear Steams' Robert Peck. Peck reduced XM's target price from $5 to $54 per share. Still,. after trading in the $9 range by midday Tuesday, XM ended the day down 5 cents at $8.9. XM will spend the next few weeks testing "Roll;' which is set to launch in early May: - Jeffrey Yorke Lawson Continued from Page 3 off the waiver wires. We were astonished when we learned that Emmis Broadcasting's decision to consolidate management did not include retaining Lawson. t was as if they unloaded John Etway and kept Bubby Brister for a Super Bowl drive. We're glad they let Lawson go. We have found one of the finest programmers in the country right in our backyard?' KFMD VP /GM Don Howe added, "Our commitment is to create a longterm franchise station of Kiss -FM, and getting a guy of Jim's caliber was the first step in making this happen. He's passionate about winning, the format, the competition and tequila shots:' Lawson has also worked as PD of WVC/Lansing, M and an air talent at WBBM- FM/Chicago. "Program Director? thought had applied for overnights," Lawson quipped. " am very excited to join Mike O'Connor, KBP PD and Concerts OM Bob Richards, KBCO PD Scott Arbough and KRFX PD Gamer Goin and become part of the most formidable cluster in Denver." Rizer Continued from Page 3 worked on -air in mornings, middays, afternoon drive and overnights. "Obviously, we've been very successful, so don't see any major changes," Rizer added. "'ve been very fortunate to work for two PDs - Dave Brown and Bob Neumann - who allowed me to have a lot of input into the day -to-day operations of the radio station. My main goal is simply to make sure that everything we do is bigger and better than ever." TV 000 Santa Monica Blvd, Fifth Floor Los Angeles CA Tel (30) Fax (30) EDTOR -N -CHEF MANAGNG EDTOR SALES & MARKETNG EDTOR MUSC EDTOR NEWS EDTOR RADO. 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31 . / *TN /MN,SH,A" N`,N"ON MC&. \ March 3, 00 R&R Z9 LARRY DANELS: ARZONA'S COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Master strategist, fierce competitor, mentor to many Research and marketing? Larry Daniels was into it earlier than most. Music scheduling? That, too, and he wrote his own software. Success? Yep, dose to 0 years of No. l + books. And it all began with one question. "Do you know how can get into radio?" Daniels asked. His teacher looked up, thought a moment and replied, "Why don't you go to a radio station and ask?" The programming at KGEN, an AM daytimer in Tulare, CA, was all over the road, but the station was only a few blocks from Daniels' school. The young man was jazzed. When the bell sounded for lunch, he marched over to the station, walked in, asked to see the manager and said, "'m willing to file records, sweep the floor, whatever you need, if, in return, you'll teach me about radio." And he said he'd do it for free. Daniels Larry started in radio the next day. WHEN COUNTRY WASN'T... WELL, YOU KNOW Forty years ago Country radio didn't have the muscle it has today. n fact, in 96 the CMA found only 8 stations playing country music full-time. Over the next 0 years that number would increase close to tenfold, but, by anyone's standards, back then Country wasn't cool. Back in Tulare, Daniels was out of school and still working at KGEN. He'd even been named PD. The station had just been sold, however, and when the new owners told him it was going Country, his response was, "Well, you can do it without me." By now Daniels was good enough on the air to get a night job across town, playing the rock 'n' roll he liked, but he'd been raised to do the right thing and agreed to work out his two-week notice. Things happen for a reason. "As we got doser to the format change, they started bringing in the records, and my upbringing took over," Daniels recalls. " started thinking, ' know all these artists. know who they are. can't leave. " Sometimes there's a fork in the road, and you don't take it. The station changed to Country, and less than a week later, as Daniels was signing off, the phone rang. "Larry?" a voice said. " just heard you on the radio. My name is Buck Owens." At the time Owens had a few hits, but Larry knew of him from a Bakersfield TV show. "So, you guys started playing country music," Owens said. "Yes, this is our first week," Daniels replied. "Well, 've got a little time. Do you mind if drop by to say hi?" The two ended up spending an hour together, and, as he was leaving, Owens pulled out a 45 (a record, not a gun) and mentioned to Larry that he thought the singer was going to be star. Daniels believed him and became one of the first jocks to play "'m a Honky Tonk Girl" by Loretta Lynn. Larry and Buck became telephone buddies. When Owens was passing through Tulare, he'd call. Daniels was still a baby DJ, polishing his skills, and he remembers that when he finally got Daniels the courage to do an on -air interview with Owens, he had no idea what to ask, and Owens ended up asking the questions. " just totally blew it," says Daniels, "but Buck guided me through it." As it turns out, it wasn't the last time Owens would interview him. THE STREETS OF BAKERSFELD n June of '6 Daniels left Tulare and drove south to Bakersfield to go to work for KUZZ (a station that Buck Owens would buy in 965). Within six months he was named PD. About a year later Merle Haggard left San Quentin prison and headed home to Bakersfield, determined to get his life straight. Daniels was on the board overseeing a KUZZ remote from a club called the Blackboard when he heard the announcer say, "Well, here's a guy who just got back into town. A great singer: Merle Haggard." Daniels had never heard of Haggard, but he liked what he heard, and they became friends. "He'd hang out while was doing mornings," says Daniels. "He'd go in the production studio, next door to the control room, and listen to records. He loved Jimmie Rodgers." The Bakersfield Sound also induded Daniels and his band. No kidding. t started when Owens invited him to sing one night. "'m not a bad singer," Daniels admits. Then Owens asked him to form a band to fill a Saturday -night slot at a dance hall Owens owned. Daniels did, and it grew from there. t lasted almost seven years: Play music till two in the morning, take a nap, and wake up to do the morning show at KUZZ. Eventually it got old, but not before Haggard invited Daniels to open for him at a dub in Paso Robles; CA, then pleaded nervousness and convinced him to go out and sing the first song. BY THE TME HE GOT TO PHOENX n 968 Daniels left Bakersfield and went to work for KMAK /Fresno, where he says he learned a lot about formatics from the PD, Bobby Martin. But after a year and a half and some negotiation, including a Sunday interview with Owens that began with a plane ride, Daniels was offered and accepted a job to program an AM daytimer in Phoenix, KTUF. Phoenix had two other Country stations, KHAT and KRDS. Owens Broadcasting also owned a little FM station in Phoenix that was playing some sort of rock 'n' roll, KNX. Daniels, after some consideration, pulled the manager aside and said, "You know, our only chance is to look to the FM for our future." Daniels was 9 when his run at KNX began, and Phoenix had a population of about 800,000. Most radio people don't get a chance to plant roots, but Larry Daniels did. His stint at KTUF & KNX lasted 8/ years. Then, in 999, a few months after the stations were sold to, he left ( "on wonderful terms ") and shortly thereafter announced the formation of his consultancy, Daniels Country Radio Resources, a move friends had encouraged him to make for years. Why? Consider this: Under his stewardship, KNX, in 989, became the first station to win the NAB's Marconi award in two categories: Major Market Station and Country Station of the Year. During the same period of time the CMA named KNX Radio Station of the Year five times. Buck Owens told me that Larry's the most thorough guy he's ever met. "There's no one better or more diligent than Larry. You'd have thought the station belonged to him, not to me." RJ Curtis, PD of KZLA /Los Angeles, says Daniels is one of a kind. "He's a master strategist, a determined and fierce competitor and an incredible manager," he says. "And he's been a mentor to a ton of guys in this business, including me." Consultant Rusty Walker elaborated: "'ve worked with just about everybody in Country radio, but 've never worked with anyone more considerate, more open to new ideas, more caring about those around him and with a more gentle spirit than Larry Daniels." The way see it, that says it all. 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32 30 R &R March 3, 00 From A Hif Serie -; ntroducing ÎTARS Eden's Crush The first single "Guet Over Yourself" Street Talk 98Rock lands n The Poke The # Selling Single in the Country!!! # Transworld # Anderson # Musicland # Handleman # Target # Wherehouse # Tower # Wiz # Virgin # Borders # Hastings # Best Buy On Over 50 Stations ncluding: Z00/New York WKSC /Chicago WDRQ/Detroit WBTS /Atlanta KHTS /San Diego KSLZ/St. Louis KSFM /Sacramento B96 /Chicago KRBV/Dallas WWZZ,Washington WPOW/Miami Z -90 /San Diego Phone Requests: KDND /Sacramento WXSS /Milwaukee Z00/New York (3x) - #4 phones for the past 3 weeks!!! B96 /Chicago - Top 0 phones WWZZ/Washington, DC - Top 0 phones WBBO/Monmouth - Top 0 phones WKRZ/Wilkes Barre - Top 0 night phones Album n Stores May st On Tour With N'Sync This Spring/Summer wnw.popstarsusa.corrl... 4).. is taking a thrashing WXTB/Tampa from the local media, not to mention animal- rights groups, following a morning show stunt in which a wild pig was castrated and then killed in the station's parking lot last month. Morning host Bubba The Love Sponge has been suspend- ed over the incident, and the station is surely trying to make amends with offended advertisers that have pulled their business from the air. According to the St. Peters- burg Times, that list includes M &M /Mars, Disney, GNC, GameWorks, CDNow and On the hook: Denny's. The website of Bubba The animal- rights Love group Adaptt Sponge ( lists other advertisers it claims have taken their ads off the station. The site also has pictures of the slaughter, which Adaptt says it took from the 98Rock website before the pictures were "mysteriously removed." has condemned the stunt as "despicable," and Market Manager Dan DiLoreto issued a memo to the Clear Channel/Tampa staff, apologizing to those employees who witnessed the killing that morning. Even Radio CEO Randy Michaels has checked in on the controversy. He told the Wall Street Journal that he has received death threats over the incident and promised that no similar stunts will occur at his stations. On a more positive note, Entercom CHR KDND (The End) /Sacramento this week concluded its /- month -long Peace Prom- ise, a campaign to stem violence in schools and communities. During the effort the station encouraged listeners to collect "Pennies for Peace." The area school that collected the most money will be awarded a grand -prize concert by SoulDecision.The proceeds will go to People Reaching Out, a nonprofit Rumors Rumors of a new CHR/Pop sta- tion in Washington, DC continue to circulate. Could Rhythmic Oldies WJMO -FM be the target? Could the flip happen as soon as next week? And has the company already registered the hot995.com domain? s Beasley considering launching new CHR/ Rhythmic stations in Las Vegas and New Orleans? Suburban Salt Lake City KFVR drops Rhythmic Oldies to simulcast sister Salt Lake suburban CHR /Rhythmic KYKN. Will KYKN's 03.9 frequency get a signal upgrade that will give it better coverage in Salt Lake, then adopt a new format, leav- ing CHR/Pop on KVFR? agency dedicated to the elimination of violence in young people's lives. You can learn more about this great promotion by logging on to or by contacting The End's John Nelson at or nelson (di entercom. corn. WKS- FM/Miami has replaced five -year morning hosts Ron Hersey and Sonny Fox with 30 -year market vet Don Cox. The move may not be much of surprise if you recall that the station appointed Robert W. Walker PD last month. Walker is a veteran programmer in the market and has worked with Cox in the Pop arena. However, this will be Cox's first attempt at Country. His last assignment in Miami was at CHR /Rhythmic WPOW -FM. BRTNEY DOES T AGAN! Jive artist Britney Spears is enjoying success after success - her second album, Oops... Did t Again, has been certified nine times Platinum by the RAA. Spears is currently working on her third album for Jive. Pictured (l -r) are co- manager Johnny Wright, Spears, Jive President Barry Weiss and co- manager Larry Rudolph. Rumors have been circulating out of San Diego that is considering an LMA with Califormula for its Tijuana/San Diego properties, including CHR /Rhythmic XHTZ (Z90) and Country XHCR. CC Regional VP /Programming & Operations Jack Evans told ST, "There is nothing to officially announce on this subject at this time." 's plan to install a new PD at WHTZ (Z00) /New York to help ease VP/ Programming Tom Poleman's workload has been scuttled, apparently due to the downturn in the economy and the recent / New York market restructuring. So, Poleman will stay on as Z00 PD and VP /Programming. l The Buzz Around L.A. ST hears that the long- rumored format flip of KLAC /Los Angeles from Adult Standards to Talk as "The Buzz" should become a reality around April. Under the current scenario, Phil - Continued on Page 33

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35 Street Talk March 3, 00 R &R 33 Continued from Page 30 Hendrie would move from afternoons at sister KF to mornings at KLAC via tape -delay. The rest of the possible lineup: Premiere's Jim Rome (from crosstown sister KXTA) for 9am- noon; Todd Schnitt (a.k.a. WFLZ/Tampa morning host MJ Kelli), -3pm; Tim & Neil (from crosstown co -owned KF late- nights), afternoons; and former syndicated host Lionel in evenings. Meanwhile, John and Ken, now done with their stint in mornings at rival KABC, would return to KF for afternoons. f all this happens, Schnitt will continue as morning host at WFLZ and broadcast his L.A. show from /Tampa's broadcast center. The WZR & WZRA/Providence simul- cast segues from Classic Hits to '80s. Congratulations to WABC /N.Y., which raised $.6 million with its th annual Cure -a- Thon for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Rush Limbaugh, who personally kicked in $50,000 last year, upped the ante and donated $350,000 this year. All together, Limbaugh and his listeners raised $.5 million for the event. ST sends our best wishes to WBAP -AM/ Dallas and Midnight Cowboy Trucker Network host Bill Mack, who retires on March 3 after 3 years on the air. Mack will be succeeded by co -host Eric Harley. The program also airs on 3 other stations. WLLD/Tampa morning co -host Flyin' Brian Jameson exits. Did he do too good a job living up to his reputation (according to the Rumbles WLT /Chicago's Paul Peterson and JoAnn Genette are replaced in mornings by Melissa Forman, from suburban WKE -FM. WRK /Danbury, CT PD Tom Bass heads up the highway to become PD at Classic Rocker WHCN /Hartford. Bobby Corona is the new PD at Kovas CHR/ Rhythmic WCKZFt. Wayne, N. Eighteen -year WYYD /Roanoke- Lynchburg, VA MD /middayer Robynn James exits. s she about to become PD at another station in the market? ABC flips Hot AC WPLT /Detroit's calls to WDVD. KGMGriucson PD Carey Edwards becomes VP /Programming for Sierra H Broadcasting, which owns KAJM and KAZL/Phoenix. Former KKRZ/Portland morning co -host John Murphy and outgoing KYSR /Los Angeles nighttim- er Leah Brandon join forces to do mornings on KKRZ via cyberjocking from Los Angeles. Are two other stations showing strong inter- est in displaced morning host Dan Clark's servic- es? Former WSNX/Grand Rapids, M MD /nighttimer Brad Newman is the new Brand Manager /PD at KMCK/Fayetteville, AR. WNOU /ndianapolis Production Director A.J. adds Director /maging duties for Emmis /ndianap- olis. A KCKOFF LUNCH Entertainment -industry leaders and representatives from the T.J. Martell Foundation gathered for a special lunch at Manhattan's Club recently to kick off the foundation's fund -raising efforts for the year. Pictured (l -r) are Martell Foundation founder /Chairman Tony Martell, Sony Music Entertainment Chairman /CEO Thomas Mottola, Martell Foundation Scientific Director Dr. James Holland and BM President /CEO and Martell Foundation President /Board of Directors Frances Preston. Wild 98. website) as an "all- around party freak" at a station -sponsored concert? Your station -produced commercial can be worth as much as $00,000! The entry dead- line for the Radio -Mercury Awards has been extended to March 6. For details, contact Wendy Frech at or Rodney Rainey, GM of 's KTJM /Houston, heads to New England as President of Boch Broadcasting, which owns WCOD, WDVT, WTWV & WXTK/Cape Cod, MA. Boch also taps former WFNX /Boston PD Troy Smith as OM /PD, WTC -AM /Hartford GSM Dan Endom as VP /Sales and Clear Channel /Austin Marketing & Promotions Manager Dale Pierce as VP /Marketing & Promotions Classical Gas "Ten great composers, 0 gigantic egos, one desert island. "That's how Classical KDFC /San Francisco is billing its Classical Survivor contest, which mixes pop culture with the cultural elite. Beginning today, listeners can go to and read detailed profiles on all of the "contestants," including "Mozart's incessant giggling Stop giggling! (and attempts to borrow money). Robert 'Mad Dog' Schumann is hallucinating again, and he's not the only one. Saint-Saens has mother issues - hence the blankie. And for once, Liszt, impeccably tailored and coiffed as usual, lacks for female attention." As PD Bill Leuth declares, "We know they created art of amazing depth, impact and power. Now we'll find out if they can start a fire with a viola bow!" Continued on Page 34 Proof of Male Domination MEN 8-34 Nashville,TN WNPL. to 6. (debut book) Pensacola, FL WRXR 5. to 0.8 (debut book) Chattanooga,TN WRXR 4.5 to 0.0 Source: ARB Metro Shares Sum 00 -F00 Proven talk from CO RADO, NC. PETER WELPTON

36 34 R &R March 3, 00 Malamute Visibility X Cost effective plastic banners for your station. X We print any logos or designs in up to four spot colors. X Perfect for concerts, public appearance, expos & giveaways. Continued from Page 33 Westwood One is donating its Mutual News archives to George Washington University in Washington, DC. The library includes recordings of radio personalities Larry King, Jim Bohannon and Pat Buchanan and various news events. The school will feature the programming in its new Media and Public Affairs building. A Chicago radio legend has finally come to an end. Polish Cavalcade of Music aired its last broadcast March 8 after continuous years in various incarnations. Host Wally Skibinski took over the show, which aired on WJOB /Hammond, N, in 95. The Polish Calvacade would air for three hours every Sunday morning and then move to the Club 505 Polka Lounge in the Hegewisch neighbor- hood of Chicago in the afternoon. MCCAN & KENNEDY FACE OFF Republican Senator John McCain (l) joins President /Media Syndication Services Paul Woodhull (c) and Democrat Senator Ted Kennedy (r) in the shadow of Washington, DC's Capitol dome to celebrate McCain's recent addition to MSS' Face -Off, a daily 90- second debate on the day's issues. Street Talk v Bill Hogan accepts BuySellBid.com Presiden- cy. Charlie Ochs appointed VP /GM of nfinity/tampa; Mason Dixon joins WYUU as PD /morning host. Jodi Williams upped to VP /Urban Promotion at RCA Records. Tom Langmyer promoted to KMOX /St. Louis Dir. /Ops. Mike Moore made PD of WSX/Nashville. Sil Scaglione selected as WJJZ/Philadelphia VP /GM. Steve Kingston crowned PD of WXRK/New York. Tom Poleman vaults to PD post of WHZ (Z00) /New York. Alan Sledge appointed PD of KMPS -FM/Seat- tle. Rick Stone advances to A &M Records Sr. VP/ Promo. Greg Solk boosted to VP /Programming of Evergreen Media. Marc Ratner raised to Reprise VP /Pop Promo. Sandy Beach goes to WMJQ/Buffalo as PD. John London returns to Los Angeles to do mornings at KKBT. X Packaged on a roll and easy to use. / PLASTC BANNERS P.O. Box 5050 Houston, Texas / / FAX Rumbles, Pt. WRBQ's Ken Cooper and John Ritter exit. KAMX/Austin MD Patrick Lemiuex exits. WARU & WHZRPeru, N OM J.J. Davis takes PD duties at CHR /Pop WAZY /Lafayette, N. Portland, OR talk show host Rick Emerson has co- founded PayTheBand.com, a website designed to allow music fans to download music by paying the artists directly. Marc Anthony is the new moring driver at W W ST /Knoxville. Longtime WKHQ/Traverse City, M morning driver The Captain has announced his retirement. Hot AC KKPN /Corpus Christi,TX moves from 04.5 to 0.3 to take over the frequency of Rhyth- mic sister KBTE under the guidance of KKMG /Col- orado Springs PD and consultant Jason Hillery. Meanwhile, a new format is expected to be launched on the 04.5 frequency soon. Until then, anyone tuning to 04.5 will hear a looped promotional announcement telling listeners to tune in to the new and improved signal for KKPN at 0.3. WBFA/Columbus, GA hires Miller Robson and Kim Carson for mornings. KAZR /Des Moines promotes Asst. MD Jo Michaels to MD. WRXL /Richmond selects crosstown WDYL middayer Casey Krukowski to become MD /Event Coordinator. KLSY /Seattle afternoon talent Peter McLaine exits the Sandusky AC. Doug Brown becomes VP /Group Operations of Legacy Broadcasting. Reid Reker recruited as VP /Programming for FairWest. Larry Coates tapped as KWJJ -AM & FM /Port- land OM. Tom Evans named PD of WYY /Baltimore. Russ "The Moose" Syracuse joins KFRC /San Francisco for weekends. Elektra/Asylum promotes Vic Faraci to EVP/ Marketing and Jerry Share!! to SVP /Creative Services. Al Casey appointed VP /Programming for Charter Broadcasting. Dene Hallam hired as WWWW /Detroit PD. Pete Porter picked to program WQYK- FM/Tam- pa. Gary Owens chosen to host Soundtrack of the '60s. Starting out in radio: Carl Poorman gets mornings at KEDO /Longview, WA f you have Street Talk, call the R &R News Desk at , or e -mail

37 "Silver Lining' is pulling consistent top 5 phones and is already # in callout!" - Kent Phillips PD/KPLZ " STAR's listeners are passionate about 'Silver Lining' and we are too!" - Alisa Hashimoto MD/KPLZ On the board for next week- KALC/Denver THE SONG 35 MLLON HEARD DURNG THE DRAMATC CONCLUSON OF A RECENT EPSODE OF ER... EARLY ADDS: KLLC KPLZ KRSK KQMB CKEY KUCD WCPT KCDU WSSX KVUU KLTG FROM THE DEBUT ALBUM GHOST STORES :Prod, iced by Paul Stavelfay O'Dtiffy Elinor, Career Da,f3r,tfanf Warm/ Firftr,:gf tor ff,f, ii t. u', now}, vi or

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39 Market STEVE WONSEWCZ corn Sound Decisions March Rap And Hip -Hop Make Their Move Share By Genre 3, 00 R &R 3 Genre '9 '9 '93 '94 '95 '96 '9 '98 '99 '00 Rock RM's 000 Sales Tales Rap and hip -hop surpass country as music buyers' second -favorite genre - Fueled by monster sales of discs from artists like Eminem, Dr. Dre, Nelly and OutKast, rap and hip -hop have surged past country to become the second most -popular form of music in the nation, according to the RAA's most recent "Consumer Profile" report. Age Rap and hip -hop garnered an impressive.9% of the $4.3 billion As noted in this column nearly two U.S. music market, up from last years ago, 998 was a landmark year year's 0.8% showing. t's the high- for the recording industry, as older est total for rap and hip -hop since the demos overtook younger consumers RAA has kept such figures. Country to purchase the majority of recorded stabilized after five years of succes- music. Consumers aged 30+ pursive declines to capture 0.% of the chased 50.4% that year. That total market in 000 vs. 0.8% the prior jumped to 54.5% in 999 but inched year. The genre peaked in 993 at back to 53.8% last year. 8.% of the market. n 998 the 45+ cell became the Despite rap and hip -hop's impres- single largest consumer group to pursive gains, rock remains king of the chase music (8.%), marking the sales hill with 4.8% of the market. first time that demo bought more Purchases of rock repertoire, never- music than consumers aged 5 to 9 theless, slid for the sixth consecutive years old. That trend continued, as year and are down significantly from the 45+ demo bought 4.% of all their '90s peak of 35.% set in 994. music in 999 and 3.8% in 000. Because rock is such a diverse genre, Consumers over 45 years old now many observers contend that it should buy nearly twice as much recorded be compared to a combination of rap/ music as any other age group. hip -hop and R &B/urban. n that case Conversely, preteens and teens inrock's 4.8% market share is only a creased their appetite for music last few percentage points ahead of rap/ year. The 0-4 demo and 5-9 cell hip- hop- R &B/urban's.6%, which bought.8% of all music vs..% is the highest figure yet for the corn - last year. Unfortunately, that's well bined genres. off the '90s peak of 6.8% set in Other genre highlights: R &B/ur- 99. ban music sales dipped to 9.% from Sales to the twentysomething dem- 0.5 %, their second consecutive de- os (0-4 and 5-9) were uncline, and pop purchases slumped to changed at 3.%, well off the '90s 8.0% from 0.3% (the genre never top of 3.4%, set in 99. dipped below 9% during the '90s). Sales Outlet n discussing this year's study, RAA President/CEO Hilary Rosen Traditional record stores continued said in a statement, "t's encouraging to lose sales to other retailers. Record to see a consumer profile as diverse retailer cash registers rang up 4.4% as the vast array of works that were of the market vs. 44.5% in 999. t's released in 000. t comes as no sur- the third consecutive year of declines. prise to see the gain that rap and hip - Meanwhile, nontraditional retailhop have made when you consider ers (which includes category killers that all of our major record labels like Best Buy and Circuit City and produced many successful multi-plat- superstores such as Target and Walinum albums of that genre through- Mart) pocketed 40.8% of all sales vs. out the year." 38.3% in 999. t's that category's The RAA's "Consumer Profile" highest total since the RAA started was compiled by Peter Hart Research keeping such stats. via a national telephone and nternet Tape and record club sales continsurvey of past -month music buyers ued their downward trend to.6% (3,05 per year) and has a margin of last year compared to.9% in 999, error plus /minus. %. Peter Hart nearly half of their '90s peak of Research allowed consumers to clas- 5.% set in 994. nternet sales sify their purchases by genre. Here jumped to 3.% last year vs..4% in are some other key findings Rap /Hip -Hop' Country R &B /Urban Pop Religious Jazz Classical Soundtracks Oldies New Age Children's Other ' ncludes rap (0.3% market share) and hip -hop (.6 %); ncludes R &B, blues, dance, disco, funk, fusion, Motown, reggae and soul;' ncludes Christian, gospel, inspirational, religious and spiritual; 4 ncludes ethnic, standards, big band, swing, Latin, electronic, instrumental, comedy, humor, spoken word, exercise, language, folk and holiday music. Market Share By Demo Cell '9 '9 '93 '94 '95 '96 9 '98 '99 ' Market Share By Sales Outlet Outlet '9 '9 '93 '94 '95 '96 '9 '98 '99 '00 Record Stores Other Stores 3A Clubs nternet N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Ads/Toll -Free Numbers Market Share By Format Format '9 '9 '93 '94 '95 '96 '9 '98 '99 '00 Full- Length CDs Full- Length Cassettes Singles (all) Music Videos Vinyl LPs Total U.S. Sales (in millions $) '9 '9 '93 '94 '95 '96 '9 '98 '99 '00,834 9,04 0,04,068,30,534,3 3,4 4,585 4,33

40 38 R &R March 3, 00 Sound Decisions.., LAUNCHNG PAD LAUNCHNG PAD LAUNCHNG PAD LAUNCHNG PAD LAUNCHNG PAD LAUNCHNG PAD LAUNCHNG PAD LAUNCHNG PAD LAUNCHNG PAD LAUNCHNG 'Sun' Shining For Astraiwerks' Doves The flow of folksier rock -based acts successfully crossing the Atlantic has risen to well beyond a trickle. The latest such group to make inroads stateside is the Virgin/Astralwerks/Heavenly Records band Doves, whose new song, "Catch the Sun," made a No. 49 debut at Alternative two weeks ago and continues to win new -fans. Doves Stations that have added the track include format stalwarts such as KNDD /Seattle, WNNX/Atlanta, KROQ/ Los Angeles, XTRA/San Diego, KNRK/Portland, KTCL/ Denver -Boulder, KWOD /Sacramento, WKQX/ Chicago and WXDX/Pittsburgh. A handful of -key Adult Alternatives have also been playing the song, including WXPN/Philadelphia, WXRT /Chicago, WXRV/Boston, WRLT/Nashville and KCTY /Omaha. Doves - comprised of twins Jez and Andy Williams and schoolmate Jim Goodwin - hardly classify as a new act. The trio formed in 99 as Sub Sub, an acid house act based in Manchester, England. n '93 the group scored their first hit in the U.K. with "Ain't No Love (Ain't No Use)," which climbed to No. 3. The success seemed to pigeonhole the threesome as a dance act, even though the group's musical aspirations went far beyond that genre. Everything changed, however, when the masters to the group's new album and most of their equipment were destroyed in a studio fire. As Jez notes in the group's official bio. "t was a good cutoff, the fire. t kept things interesting." Soon after regrouping, Doves released two EPs, Sea and Here t Comes. While rooted in electronica, the efforts revealed strong traditional songwriting. The group's full -length debut album, Lost Souls, continued that streak. nterestingly, it was the song "Ain't No Love (Ain't No Use)" that first caught Astralwerks GM Errol Kolosine's attention. "We had already heard rumblings about them, and their EPs were making the rounds about 8 months ago," he remembers. "That certainly got my attention. "We have a great relationship with Heavenly, but at the time we didn't think Doves were a band we were ready to work with. Then spent some time with the album and saw them perform live, particularly the Glastonbury show, and it all started to come together. They liked what Astralwerks stands for as a label, and we really didn't have another act like them. t's worked out great." When it was time to begin setting up Doves and "Catch the Sun" at radio, Astralwerks targeted specialty shows at radio, particularly Alternative. Director/Radio Promotion Jenni Sperandeo remembers, " started working for the label around the beginning of October, which was around the time the album was released in the U.S. The album had a buzz early on with the critics and Alternative programmers who really pay attention to music. There was an organic groundswell that doesn't happen very often, and we wanted to capitalize on that and not have it seem like we were jamming the record down people's throats " After working the record to the top of the specialty show charts during the fourth quarter of 000, Astralwerks set a first- quarter add date at Alternative. Kicking off the campaign was a performance at an industry convention at which the band was to open for Coldplay. "Unfortunately, Coldplay had to cancel, so we went into 'war room' mode and arranged to carry on with the performance as if it was just a Doves show," Sperandeo recalls. "t worked out amazingly well, and the band won over a lot of programmers." That scene played out for the next month as Doves continued a brief tour that concluded March. "We just let the band do its thing and didn't jump up and down until we had a real story," Sperandeo says. "The last thing we wanted was to overhype the band, especially since everyone was talking about another Brit -pop invasion. We wanted the band and its music to speak for themselves, and they have." Now that Astralwerks has set things in motion, the company, which is part of the EM Music Group, has called in the Virgin Records America promotion team to help bring the project home. "Virgin played a big role in getting the word out," Kolosine says. " can't say enough about the help provided by VP/Promotion Geordie Gillespie in getting this started. Jenni and her team did a great job, and now it's time for Virgin to get involved on a full -time basis." Look for Doves to return for another tour later this year. Ready For Takeoff The buzz can't get much louder on Atlanta rap and hip -hop duo 404 Soldierz, whose new single, "Walk Like a Soldier," was recently added at influential Urban WHTA/Atlanta. The track has already lit up the station's phones, helping make the duo's debut album of the same name one of the top 00 -selling albums in the market - and that's based on only about 0 plays per week as of March Soidierz Signed to Atlanta indie Street Talk Entertainment, 404 Soldierz are Curtes "C -Dawg" Consenza and Leon "Big Lee" Warner. The duo have scanned about 5,000 copies of their album and sold another 4,000 "out of the trunk" since its release on Nov., 000, says Street Talk Dir./Marketing Johnny "Cash Flow" Thomas, who's also a partner in the company, along with Consenza and Jerrell "Breed" Love. "There are a lot of labels inquiring about the group," Thomas says. "Up until this point we've done everything. Now we're looking for the right major to put some heat behind it." Contact Thomas at for more information, and check out "Walk Like a Soldier" in the Urban and CHR/Rhythmic "Set Up" sections at Music Meeting: wwwrrmusicmeeting.com. - Steve Wonsiewicz New Springsteen -E Street Band Disc Planned? E Street Band guitarist and Sopranos co -star Steven Van Zandt told the Newark Star Ledger that the band and Bruce Springsteen have been working on new material that could result in a new album. Van Zandt told the newspaper the group reconvened to record a studio version of "American Skin (4 Shots)," the controversial song about the 999 police shooting of unarmed African immigrant Amadou Diallo. Van Zandt is quoted as saying, "So we did that, and we were fooling around [with other songs] a little bit. We haven't formally started anything or decided anything. But 'm certainly hopeful that some time this year we'll get [in the studio] and do a record." Van Zandt didn't say when a new album could be released. The Springsteen -E Street live album, recorded during the tour, hits retail April 3. The group's last album together was 984's Born in the USA. Usher Blames Napster For Album Delay Urban vocalist Usher told the Associated Press that Napster forced him to junk most of the songs planned for his new album after they surfaced on the song -swappery's website. Usher, interviewed during the taping of MTV's tribute to Janet Jackson, told AP, "All of the songs that were on Napster have been dropped. We're cutting completely new tracks... couldn't do that to the fans, release -an album that they have Usher already heard." Usher's new album is expected to be released this summer. The Judy Garland evergreen "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" was chosen as Song of the Century by the RAA and the National Endowment of the Arts. The hit topped a list of over,00 songs reviewed by voters from the music industry, education and politicians. Other top -0 songs were Bing Crosby's "White Christmas," Woody Guthrie's "This Land s Your Land," Aretha Franklin's "Respect," Don McLean's "American Pie," The Andrews Sisters' "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," the theme to West Side Story, Billy Murray's "Take Me out to the Baligame," The Righteous Brothers' "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" and Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer." Tour update: The Vans Warped Tour has confirmed that Rancid, 3, Pennywise, Kool Keith, The Rollins Band and The Misfits will appear on the bill when the annual show hits the road June in Phoenix... Depeche Mode kick off their U.S. tour June 9 in Minneapolis... Epic Records' female group PYT landed an opening slot on Destiny's Child's headlining tour, which began March 8... Columbia singer - songwriter Pete Yorn will be the opening act on Semisonic's tour beginning April 5 in New York. This 'n' that: Multi- Platinum pop reggae singer Shaggy has partnered- with his label, MCA Records, to launch his own imprint called Big Yard... Three members of the '80s new wave group Devo have resurfaced as the surf rock band The Wipeouters. The trio will release a new album, P'Twaang, April 4... Metallica fan club members will get a chance to buy a -track live disc recorded during thé hard rock band's 989 And Justice for All tour... Mammoth Records will release critically acclaimed singer- songwriter Joe Henry's new album, Scar, May 5. Pos. Artist ELTON JOHN/BLLY JOEL BACKSTREET BOYS 3 'N SYNC 4 TNA TURNER 5 TM MCGRAW /FATH HLL 6 DXE CHCKS BON JOV 8 LMP BZKT 9 CREED 0 MANNHEM STEAMROLLER BARENAKED LADES "BLUE COLLARTOUR" 3 ALAN JACKSON 4 KD ROCK 5 SARAH BRGHTMAN Avg. Gross (in 000s) $,46.8 $,448. $,53. $89. $665.3 $56.0 $53. $499.5 $344.6 $33.5 $308.4 $53.4 $34.0 $.8 $03.9 CONCERT PULSE Among this week's new tours: CHARLOTTE CHURCH DEPECHE MODE MXPX OZZFEST 00 STYX WHEATUS The CONCERT PULSE is courtesy of Pollster, a publication of Promoters' On-Une Listings, ; California

41 Welcome To Music Meeting. This is the debut column covering Music Meeting, the online partnership between R &R and Liquid Audio (and Selector and other partners soon to be revealed). Each week this space will look at new songs getting attention at their respective formats that can be heard online at the Music Meeting website ( This column will also highlight the activities of those involved in online marketing in our New Media Newsmakers feature. As new technology continues to grow in importance in the marketing of music, we want to recognize the people, companies, ideas and legal Sky Daniels issues impacting the world of new media. n its first month of existence Music Meeting has already had a strong impact on our industry. Over,500 radio programmers and label executives have registered for this service. They are seeking the most convenient and organized way to receive and listen to new music. Unlike many systems or sites that require forced interaction on the part of the radio programmer, in true R &R fashion Music Meeting is simply an objective source for getting information about and listening to new music. Still, in this era when programmers have come to fear intense promotional pressure or question the agenda of every promotional outlet, it's hard for some to fathom how Music Meeting might be different. "What's the catch?" is the (understandably) cynical refrain. Make no mistake, Music Meeting does have a purpose and an agenda. We believe it is the responsibility of - and a benefit for - every programmer to remain musically aware. We also recognize that it is increasingly difficult to do so with all additional demands placed on programmers in today's marketplace. Music Meeting seeks to bring your format's music and important info into a centralized online source. That way you can discover deserving new releases easier and faster than ever before. More music gets heard in less time. Hey, it's a free service for commercially licensed programmers, with no catch. Too good to be true? You won't know until you've logged on...e. N EW REEASES The latest songs featured this week on Music Meeting CHR/POP BEE GEES This s Where Came n (Universal) EVE 6 Here's To The Night (RCA) LMP BZKT My Way (Flip /lnterscope) OLVA Bizounce (J) CHR/RHYTHMC Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) BEE GEES This s Where Came n (Universal) JAY -Z f/r. KELLY Guilty Until... (Roc- A- Fella/DJMG) MEMPHS BLEEK Do My... (Roc A- Fella/DJMG) WLD ORCHD Stuttering... (RCA) URBAN Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) BACKBONE Five Deuce Four Tre (Universal) DONZ Cry No More (Heartless) FYA 'N' CE Work That (nfinity) DAVE HOLLSTER Take Care Of Home (Def Squad /Dream Works) TYRESE Like Them Girls (RCA) NAC/SMOOTH JAZZ MK HOWARD Kiss OfAStranger (Peak/Concord) PAUL JACKSON, JR. Bounce Wid' t (Blue Note) AL JARREAU t's How You Say t (GRPNMG) ROCK 6GG Yesterday (Ultimatum) BOY HTS CAR 'm A Cloud (Wind -up) DEXTER FREEBSH My Madonna (Capitol) DROWNNG POOL Bodies (Wind -up) ECONOLNE CRUSH Make t Right (Restless) TOADES Push The Hand (lnterscope) i ACTVE ROCK" 6GG Yesterday (Ultimatum) BOY HTS CAR 'm A Cloud (Wind -up) DEXTER FREEBSH My Madonna (Capitol) DROWNNG POOL Bodies (Wind -up) ECONOLNE CRUSH Make t Right (Restless) RAMMSTEN Links 3 4 ( Republic/Universal) TOADES Push The Hand (lnterscope) o. f NE,,W \ /\ Ty Braswell Y. VP/New Media, Virgin Records All of us are waking up from the aching hangover generated by the dot- com /PO carefree spending party. The party's end means focusing on the basics to maximize our return on investment. We are setting a goal in 00 to harvest the s of 0% of the fans who bought the artist's last record. (Simple idea, yet costly to achieve.) Costs for streaming videos, hosting websites and paying web designers continue to escalate. We need to be smarter with our budgets and need real reporting. We are working with ibeam to develop cost -per- stream analysis reports to determine how much it costs each month to stream videos. Combined with a better analysis of our web traffic, we plan to use this info every Tuesday to show us where the artist is developing. This surveillance is also showing where new -media departments are affecting global marketing by delivering content to fans in specific international markets. Finally, rather than us spending time with artists and managers to explain the difference between streaming and downloading, our artists are coming to us with mature ideas that utilize the nternet. Our current example is Daft Punk's "Discovery," released this week with a fan -club membership card in every CD. The card has a code to unlock bonus tracks on their website. Brooke Allison, who just joined the Virgin family via K Sounds, dominated the MP3.com charts last week, and this week she has a No. debut on the R &R charts with The Kiss Off (Goodbye), which samples the AOL "Goodbye" voice. Stay tuned as we roll out groundbreaking ideas from David Byrne and Janet Jackson in April. URBAN AC V` "' ALTERNATVE Playa (Bad Boy /Arista) AT THE DRVE -N nvalid Litter Department COUNTRY RCK FERRELL The Girl's Got (DreamWorks) BLL LUTHER You Will Always... (DreamWorks) BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) JOHN RCH Forever Loving You (BNA) ADULT CONTEMPORARY BEE GEES This s Where Came n (Universal) NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird (DreamWorks) HOT AC BEE GEES This s Where Came n (Universal) AARON LEWS & FRED DURST Outside (Flawless /Geffen/lnterscope) STELLA SOLEL Kiss Kiss (Universal) (Grand RoyalNirgin) BOY HTS CAR 'm A Cloud (Wind-up) COLDPLAY Shiver (Nettwerk/Capitol) DANDY WARHOLS Godless (3 -D Mix) (Capitol) DEXTER FREEBSH My Madonna (Capitol) ECONOLNE CRUSH Make t Right (Restless) WLL HOGE Let Me Be Lonely (Launching Pad) WLL HOGE Mrs. Williams (Launching Pad) RAMMSTEN Links 3 4 (Republic/Universal) TOADES Push The Hand (lnterscope) ADULT ALTERNATVE DAVD BYRNE Like Humans Do (LuakaBopNirgin) DEXTER FREEBSH My Madonna (Capitol) DAVD GRAY Please Forgive Me (ATO/RCA) JOHN HAMMOND :9 (PointBlank/Virgin) WLL HOGE Let Me Be Lonely (Launching Pad) JOAN OSBORNE Love s Alive (Universal) OVER THE RHNE Give Me Strength (Back PorchNirgin) Music Meeting is an online service free to commercially licensed broadcast radio programmers and participating label executives. Each week songs are posted online in a secure, password- liquid au.tllp protected system for auditioning and /or downloading. Songs are categorized using R &R hallmarks such as formats, Most Added, etc. Y

42 . Oldies 0.84,000 30,6,000,3, R&R March 3, 00 CHR TONY NOVA Top Radio Formats By Age Group Adults 8-34 CHR { Adult Contemporary 9,990,000 Country 4,,000 Classic Rock 3.06,000 PART ONE OF A TWO -PART SERES Radio And CHR By the Numbers A look inside nterep's 00 study of radio formats Alt. /Mod. Rock,50,000 Adults 8-49 Adult Contemporary 35,354,000 CHR 3.939,000 Country 8,8.000 Classic Rock 4.043,000 The crack staff of nterep /Chicago's research division, under the supervision of Research Director Mary Ann Slepavic, recently unveiled "Radio Formats: 00 Format Study." The study profiles formats, and nterep says, "This study strives to serve as a. current snapshot of the constantly evolving landscape of the radio dial." 've pulled out some of the highlights for CHR and the radio industry as a whole. Flexing Radio's Muscle According to nterep's research, even among all of today's emerging technologies, radio still reaches more than 95% of adults 8 and older every week Among African Americans, radio does even better, reaching 96.% of adults 8 and older every week. Radio also reaches 95.4% of Hispanic adults each week. Here's news that will cheer sales departments around the country: nterep's numbers paint a bright picture of radio's power to reach the upscale audience many advertisers crave. Radio reaches 98.% of people in professional and managerial occupations and 98.4% of those who have college degrees One of radio's strongest points is its portability. t can go from the home to the car to the office to the beach and just about everywhere in between. As you might have guessed, the study finds that radio is very strong in cars. On weekdays 43.8% of radio listening is done in the car, 35.% at home and.% at work or elsewhere. n -car listening goes up to 49.8% on weekends, at -home listening is at 38.5%, and listening at work or elsewhere drops to.%. f your station has a website, there is no better place to promote that site than on the station itself. The "Radio Formats" study shows that radio reaches 96% of heavy nternet users. Last, and probably most important for today's stations, which are under enormous pressure to feed their bottom lines, is radio's ability to reach people who are ready to buy something. According to nterep, radio reaches 63% of adults 5-54 within one hour of their making their largest purchase of the day. That's a very, very powerful statistic. The CHR Listener The more you know about your listeners, the easier it is to program for them. The "Radio Formats" study provides an excellent snapshot of CHR listeners nationwide. t should come as no surprise that women make up the majority of listeners to CHR: 56 %. Eighteen-to-4-yearolds make up 33% of the CHR audience, 5-34s make up 30 %; 35-44s, 4%; 45-54s, 0 %; 55-64s, %; and people over 65, %. Ninety-three percent of the CHR audience is made up of adults 8-49, and 64% of listeners fall within the 5-54 demographic. The national median age of CHR listeners is 30.8 years, 46% are married, and 43% are single. Caucasians make up 8% of CHR's national listenership; African Americans, %; Asians, 4 %; and other ethnic groups, 3 %. Don't Panic! Research And Refocus Michael Lowe, OM/PD WAOA- FM/Melbourne Thanks for allowing me to chime in on the subject of declining ratings in CHR. WAOA /Melbourne was one of the lucky stations that enjoyed an increase spring '00 -fall '00 - but we had sagging numbers 8-34 and 8-49 (but still doutrte- digits). t seems to me that reluctance to believe our own research may be a huge factor in the format's ratings decline. First, is the boy -band and girl -pop era over? Maybe that voice of resistance to teen pop music we've been hearing in the background has suddenly gotten louder. When you're rolling, it's very easy to take an "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" attitude. Could it be that we've swallowed a Continued on Page 44 When it comes to occupations, 68% of CHR listeners are employed full-time. Of those who are employed, 8% are in technical, clerical or sales occupations; 6% hold professional or managerial positions; % are in craft or repair occupations; and 4% are in other occupations. Fifty -nine percent of CHR listeners' households include children living at home, and 6% of the format's listeners own their homes. Fifty -two percent of CHR listeners' homes are located in Metro Survey Area Subur- Radio reaches 63% of adults 5-54 within one hour of their making their largest purchase of the day. That's a very, very powerful statistic. ban areas, 35% live in MSA Central City areas, and 3% live outside Metro Survey Areas. Advertisers are looking for listeners who have money to spend, and CHR delivers. CHR households have an average income of $5,540, just below AC households' average income of $56,4. More than 8% of CHR listeners have an annual income of $5,000 or more, 4% make between $60,000 -$4,999, and % earn from $40,000- $49,999. The nterep study shows that CHR listening is strongest in the South, where 3% of the format's listeners reside. That's followed by the Northeast with %, the West with % and the north central U.S. with 0 %. The Power Of Cume n CHR, come is king. According to the M Street Directory, there are,00 Country radio stations in the Continued on Page 44 Adult Contemporary Adults 5-54 Country,080,000 CHR,643,000 News/Talk/Sports,936,000 Oldies 0,945,000 CHR performs well in all advertiser -friendly age groups. t rar ks first nationally among year -olds, second with persons 8-49 and third among persons Profiling The CHR Listener Ninety -three percent of CHR listeners are between the ages of 8-49, with a median age of 30.8 years. Sixty -eight percent of all listeners nationally are employed full -time, 6 % own their homes, and 8% of CHR listeners earn more than $5,000 per year. 56% Women 44% 33o. Men % Demographic Profile 0% % 0 % % are 8-49; 64% are *Median age: % are married; 43% are single. 8% are white, % are black, 4% are Asian and 3% are other. Education 33% attended some college. 3% graduated high school. *% graduated college or more. Occupation 68% are employed full -time. Of those employed: 8% hold technical /clerical /sales positions. 6% hold professional /managerial occupations. % hold precision/craft /repair occupations. 4% hold other occupations (other refers to any occupation not listed). Household Profile 59% have children living at home. 6% own their own home. Location of residence: 5% in the MSA Suburban area 35% in the MSA Central City area 3% in the non -MSA area Annual Household ncome 8% $0,000[ 5% S0-9,999 f 8% S0-9,999 F 0% S30-39,999 J3% $40-49,999 % $50-59,999 0% $60-4,999 4% $5,000+ Spring 000 Mediamark Research nc. % composition based on adults 8+ cume. Mon. -Sun., 6am -mid. Source of format description: Center for Radio nformation. Continued on Page 44

43 carson daly»most requested Already On K H KS DALLAS - FORT NORTH WKO DETROT Reques- The Mast Recuested Fcr Your Market =WM Hosted by Carson Daly of MTV's Total Request Live Daily countdown of the Top 0 most requested songs Exclusive interviews & world premieres ; Pi L:NHL,-

44 Hope Ever 4 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) Ca//out America =WM EXCLUSVE NATONAL MUSC RESEARCH ESTMATES March 3, 00 CALLOUT AMERCA* song selection is based on the top 5 titles from the R &R CHR/Pop chart for the airplay week of February 5 -March 3. CHR/POP TOTAL AVERAGE FAVORABLTY ESTMATE '5) TN LW W 3W i DEMOGRAPHCS WOMEN - WOMEN 8-4 WOMEN 5-34 REGONS MD- EAST SOUTH WEST WEST HO JOE FMYSTKAL Stutter (Jwe), DDO Thankyou (Arista) H/' LMP BZKT My Way (Flip/nterscope) HO LEE ANN WOMACK You Dance (MCA/Universal) HO LEWS W /DURST Outside (Fia::dess,'6efen/Mterscope) SHAGGY Angel (MCA) H/ JA RULE /LL' MO & VTA Put t._ (Morder nc _-De!Jam DJMG) H LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (Dream Works) JAGGED EDGE Promise (So So Def /Columbia) MYA Free (Ruf nationm/b /University /nterscope) tii4 R. KELLY Wish (Jive) ,58 AEROSMTH Jaded (Columbia) FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) (Epic) S CLUB Never Had A Dream Come True (nterscope) K -C & JOJO Crazy (MCA) CRAZY TOWN Butterfly (Columbia) HP)o MYSTKAL /NVEA Danger (Been So Long) (Jive) HP 3 DOORS DC M Loser (Republic /Universal) LENNY KRAVTZ Again (Virgin) UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me (Top Dog /Lava/Atlantic) LW No More (Baby ma Do Right) (Epic) map DESTNY'S CHLD ndependent Women... (Columbia) MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone ( Lava/Atlantic) OUTKAST Ms. Jackson (LaFace /Arista) THE CORRS Breathless (43/Lava/Atlantic) , JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing (Epic) VERTCAL HJRZON Best Had... (RCA) PNK You Make Me Sick (LaFace/Arista) BACKSTREET BOYS The Call (Jive) SHAGGY t kuiasn't Me (MCA) DREAM He Loves U Not (Bad Boy /Arista) MADONNA Don't Tell Me (Maverick/WB) MARTN F/A3ULERA Nobody Wants To Be Lonely (Columbia) ATC Around The World... (Republic/Universal) CALLOUT AMERCA Hot Scores BY ROB AGNOLET"/'! Joe f/mystikal's "Stutter" (Jive) slams to the top slot on the Callout America survey this week. The Hit Potential track finishes with an overall score of 3.90 and places second among women 5-34 with a nterscope has a great week on the survey. Limp Bizkit's Hit Potential "My Way" (Flip/nterscope) reaches No. 3 overall at 3.84, and the track ranks No. 4 with teens. "Outside" by Aaron Lewis and Fred Durst (Flawless/Geffen/nterscope) is No. 3 on the survey with an overall score of "Outside" is also No. among 8-4s and is No., with a 4.0, in the teen demo. Mya's "Free" (Ruffnation/WB/ University/nterscope) moves into the Call - out America top 0 with a 3.65 overall. S Club 's smooth ballad "Never Had A Dream Come True" (nterscope) ranks No. with teens with a Dido's "Thankyou" (Arista) is still going strong. The track finishes No. overall with a 3.89, it's No. among women 5-34 with a score of 99, and it finishes second among women 8-4 with a Jagged Edge debut this week with their latest release, "Promise' (So So Def/Columbia). "Promise" ranks No. 9 overall with a 3.65 and is sixth with teens. Lifehouse's "Hanging By A Moment" (DreamWorks) ranks No. with an overall score of 3.6 and is No. 3 among women 8-4 with a 3.9. "Follow Me" by Uncle Cracker (Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic) finishes with a 3.55 overall and is No. 3 in the 5-34 demo with a 86. Both tracks are on their second week on the survey. Other Hit Potential singles include Ja Rule f/lil' Mo & Vita's "Put t On Me" (Murder nc./def Jam/DJMG), with an overall score of 3.6 and a No. 5 in the 8-4 demo; Mystikal f/nivea's'danger (Been So Long)" (Jive); and "Loser" by 3 Doors Down (Republic/Universal) Total sample size is 400 respondents with a + -5 margin of error. Total average favorabilily estimates are based on a scale of -5 ( = dislike very much, 5 = like very much). Total familiarity represents the percentage of respondents who recognized the song. Total bum represents the number of respondents who said they are tired of hearing the song. Songs must reach 40% familiarity before they appear in print. Hit Potential (HP) represents songs that have yet to chart in the top 5 on R &R's CHR/Pop chart. Sample composition is based on females aged -34, who responded favorably to a CHR/Pop musical montage in the following regions and markets: EAST: Baltimore, Boston, Long sland, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Providence, Washington, DC. SOUTH: Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Miami, San Antonio, Tampa. MDWEST: Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, St. Louis. WEST: Los Angeles, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle. 00, R &R nc. CALLOUT AMERCA HGHLGHTS MP HZKTi, Way" #3 Overall #4 Teens # # 8-4 Witt RUFFAN.SrUN RGCURUS # Overall "Never Had A Dream Come True # Teens

45 Hope CHR/P /n Top 43 LAST WEEK WEEK EK f'`` March 3, 00 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) TOTAL El- GROSS MPRESSONS )00) WEEKS ON CHART TOTALSTATONS ADDS Most Added Q SHAGGY Angel (MCA) /0 ARTST" Ti A : S, ADDS LENNY KRAVTZ Again (Virgin) /0 JENNFER LOPEZ Play (Epic) 33 Q CRAZY TOWN Butterfly (Columbia) /0 BBMAK Ghost Of You And Me (Hollywood) 0 Q K -C & JOJO Crazy (MCA) JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing (Epic) /0 0/0 STELLA SOLEL Kiss Kiss (Universal) 60 DEBELAH MORGAN Remember (DAS /Atlantic) TOWN All Or Nothing (J) 38 Q AEROSMTH Jaded (Columbia) /0 STNG After The Rain Has Fallen (A&M/nterscope) Q DDO Thankyou (Arista) / A TEENS Bouncing Off The Ceiling... (MCA) 6 Q JANET All For You (Virgin) /0 EVAN AND JARON From My Head To... (Columbia) WLD ORCHD Stuttering (Don't Say) (RCA) 5 O S CLUB Never Had A Dream Come True (nterscope) / MADONNA Don't Tell Me (Maverick/WB) /0 8 R. MARTN F /C. AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be Lonely (Columbia) /0 G ATC Around The World (La La La...) (Republic/Universal) /0 5 e 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) (Epic) /0 '8 UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me (Top Dog /Lava/Atlantic) /8 0 0 LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (Dream Works) / m MYA Free (Ruffnation/WB/University/nterscope) /0 3 MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone (Lava/Atlantic) /0 8 DREAM He Loves U Not (Bad Boy /Arista) /0 3 m DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor (Columbia) / '6 OUTKAST Ms. Jackson (LaFace /Arista) 4096 P.Y.T. Same 0' Same 0' (Epic) 5 4 NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird (Dream Works) THE CORRS Breathless (43/Lava/Atlantic) /4 Plays , PNK You Make Me Sick (LaFace /Arista) /0 36/0 38/ Most ncreased ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) 8 m JOE F /MYSTKAL Stutter (Jive) /9 JANET All For You (Virgin) +65 e LEE ANN WOMACK You Dance (MCA/Universal) / DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor (Columbia) a MOBY F,'GWEN STEFAN Southside (V) / DDO Thankyou (Arista) +85 z5 e VERTCAL HORZON Best Ever Had (Grey Sky...) (RCA) / NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo' Reel /Universal) +03 Breaker m NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo' Reel /Universal) /9 S CLUB Never Had A Dream Come True (nterscope) +693 LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (Dream Works) +64 SHAGGY t Wasn't Me (MCA) /0 UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me (Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic) +64 e SOULDECSON Ooh t's Kinda Crazy (MCA) / DREAM This s Me (Bad Boy /Arista) +586 FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) (Epic) /0 JENNFER LOPEZ Play (Epic) +54 e SAMANTHA MUMBA Baby, Come... (Wildcard/Polydor/nterscope) /0 AMANDA Everybody Doesn't (Maverick) +504 DAFT PUNK One More Time (Virgin) / 44 Q DREAM This s Me (Bad Boy /Arista) /3 36 BARENAKED LADES Too Little Too Late (Reprise) /0 4 m JA RULE F/LL' MO AND VTA Put t... (Murder lnc. /DefJam/DJMG) /5 38 TONYA MTCHELL Broken Promises (Universal) /3 40 COLDPLAY Yellow (Nettwerk/Capitol) / 4 a SARNA PARS Look At Us (Playland/Priority) / 39 _ 3 DOORS DOWN Loser (Republic /Universal) / 45 m TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) / 3 4 BON JOV Thank You For Loving Me (sland / DJMG) / m BLACK EYED PEAS Request Line (nterscope) BACKSTREET BOYS The Call (Jive) U Beautiful Day (nterscope) / R. KELLY Wish (Jive) /0 0 05/0 Breakers 6/0 NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo' Reel/Universal) 49 m LUDACRS What's Your Fantasy (Def Jam South /DJMG) /0 TCTALNCREASE TOTALSTATONS/ADDS CHART DEGREES My Everything (Universal) /0 39/03 36/9 50 m GREEN DAY Warning (Reprise) /0 48 NELLY E.. (Fo' ReelUniversal) /0 TOTAL PLAY NCREASE CHR!Pop reporters. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3 /- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 500 plays or more for the first time. Songs below No. 0 are moved to recurrent after 0 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitron Company). 00, R &R nc. Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported to R &R by each reporting station, Songs unreported as adds do not count toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Plays lists the songs with the greatest week -to-week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. "Play" "EPC" REG. U.S. PAT & TM. OFF. MARCA REGSTRADA. /O S A TRADEMARK OF SONY MUSC ENTERTANMENT NC./ 500 SONY MUSC ENTERTANMENT NC. Blow -Out Week! # Most Added!! On Over 00 Stations!!! MUSC " EXECUTVE PRODUCERS: CORY ROONEY AND JENNFER LOPEZ PRODUCED BY BAG & ARNTHOR FOR MURLYN MANAGEMENT: BENNY MEDNA AND DAVD GULLOD FOR HANDPRNT ENTERTANMENT

46 44 R&R March 3, 00 CHR/Pop New AMERCAN H -F Flavor Of The Weak (sland/djmg) Total Plays: 96, Total Stations: 3, Adds: 6 ASHLEY BALLARD Hottie (Atlantic) Total Plays: 96, Total Stations:, Adds: NCUBUS Drive (lmmortallepic) Total Plays: 96, Total Stations: 5, Adds: AMANDA Everybody Doesn't (Maverick) Total Plays: 904, Total Stations: 9, Adds: TAMA Stranger n My House (Elektra/EEG) Total Plays: 5, Total Stations: 6, Adds: 0 JENNFER LOPEZ Play (Epic) Total Plays: 64, Total Stations: 4, Adds: 33 MODJO Lady (Hear Me Tonight) (Barclay/MCA) Total Plays: 609, Total Stations: 9, Adds: 0 AARON LEWS... Outside (Hawless/GeffeMnterscope) Total Plays: 55, Total Stations: 48, Adds: EVAN AND JARON From My Head... (Columbia) Total Plays: 46, Total Stations: 63, Adds: MYSTKAL F/NVEA Danger (Been So Long) (Jive) Total Plays: 408, Total Stations:, Adds: ve JOSH JOPLN GROUP Camera One (Artemis) Total Plays: 393, Total Stations: 4, Adds: 4 SEMSONC Chemistry (MCA) Total Plays: 33, Total Stations: 3, Adds: 3 STELLA SOLEL Kiss Kiss (Universal) Total Plays: 30, Total Stations: 88, Adds: 60 WLD ORCHD Stuttering (Don't Say) (RCA) Total Plays: 35, Total Stations: 56, Adds: 5 FREDRO STARR Shining Through (Hollywood) Total Plays: 3, Total Stations: 3, Adds: 0 BROOKE ALLSONThe Kiss -Off... (KSoundsMrgin) Total Plays: 96, Total Stations: 49, Adds: 0 JAGGED EDGE Promise (So So Def/Columbia) Total Plays: 0, Total Stations: 8, Adds: EDEN'S CRUSH Get Over Yourself (London Sire) Total Plays: 6, Total Stations: 9, Adds: 3 LONEL RCHE Angel (lsland/djmg) Total Plays: 9, Total Stations: 6, Adds: 0 WYCLEFJEAN Perfect Gentleman (Ruffnouse/Columbia) Total Plays: 83, Total Stations: 6, Adds: 5 Don't Panic! Research Continued fron Page 40 glut of similar- sounding music? B <street Boys, 'N Sync, 98 Degrees, 0-Town? How about Christina Jessica, Britney, Mikaila; Samantha and Mandy? The record companies saw what worked, and all came up with clones of the winninç genres. That's business, but all at the same time? Are we headed for the doldrums? Second, has CHR lost its identit} by splintering into Hot AC, Pop and Rhythmic? Did we forget that we, as CHR /Pops, are -bee to reflect the musical needs of several different audiences? Did we not tap into that advartage, and choose instead to end up too hip for the room? Since Cumulus acquired WAOA have been able to get priceless information from the 'corporate research team on music. positio-iing the station and defending our No. position in the market. Without Jan Jeffries and Stratford Research, know we wouldn't be savoring a huge book right now. was convin ed we were too slow on certain songs, especially urban- sounding and other `edgy` tines. The perceptual studies showed a completely different picture: "Stay in your box sample tie best of all worlds; offer the variety any heritage CHR would; and keep it upbeat, fl_n aid exciting with great promotions and person - alities. "Thanks to that, we're No. in females -64 males -34 and adults Attention, fellow CHR programmers: Do-'t panic! Research and refocus. Don't let the Urbans, Alternatives and ACs get into your wheelhouse and alter your station - ycu'd be playing into their hands. Take your bast and their best, and use it to your advantage. They've built a fence around themselves by choice. Roam the territory, find what works, and know when and where to fire your best shot. Tnen laugh all the way to a great winter and spring 00 rebound. Songs ranked by total plays Radio And CHR By The Numbers Continued from Page 40 United States,0 ACs,,00 News/Talkers, 90 Oldies stations and 50 Classic Rockers. CHR checks in with about 440, but even against formats with many more stations, it performs extremely well in many key areas. n nterep's ranking of radio formats by overall 8+ cume, CHR, with 35.4 million listeners, ranks fourth. That's behind News/Talk/ Sports, which has 3.4 million listeners; Country, which has 4.6 million; and No. - ranked AC, which has a national cume of 4. million, By gender, CHR ranks third among women with 9. million female listeners; Country has.5 million, and AC has 4 million. CHR is fifth among men with 5. million male listeners nationwide. Classic Rock is fourth among men by a hair with 5.8 million, AC is third with 8.6 million, Country has 0. million men listening, and News/'alk/Sports is first with. million. Checking the top radio formats by age groups, CHR ranks first among year -olds with. million listeners. t's second among year -olds with 3.9 million - AC is first with 35.4 million. n the 5-54 age group AC is first with 30 million, followed by Country with million; CHR ranks third with.6 million listeners. n the national census regions CHR is also one of the top formats. t's second in the Northeast with 9.5 million listeners, about a million shy of No. AC's 0. 6 million. n the South CHR is ranked third with 0.9 million listeners, behind AC with million and No. f- ranked Country, which shows its strength down South with 9 million. CHR is also ranked third in the West with.9 million listeners; that's behind News/Talk/Sports' 9. million and AC's 9.6 million. n Metro Survey Areas vs. Non -Metro Survey Areas, CHR further displays its strengths. n MSA Central City areas, CHR ranks second with.4 million listeners, behind AC's 3.5 million. n the MSA Suburbs, CHR is third with 8.8 million listeners, trailing News/Talk/ Sports'.4 million and AC's.4 million. n Non -Metro Survey Areas CHR is ranked fifth with 4.4 million listeners. Next week: We explore CHR's qualitative demographic categories and product -usage categories. Contact nterep Research Director Mary Ann Slepavic at or KUBE conducted a kissing contest in the center court of Northgate Mall in Seattle where couples challenged their Chapstick and lip gloss by kissing for several hours with no food, water or breaks, and standing the entire time. The winning couple received a trip to Jamaica after lip -locking for over hours. Pictured here is a tired couple determined to win. Continued from Page 40 Where CHR Listeners Are CHR listening is strongest in the South with 3 %, followed by the Northeast with %, the West with % and the North Central region with 0%. Spring 000 Mediamark Research nc. % composition based on adults 8+ cume. Mon. -Sun., 6ammid. Source of format description: Center for Radio nformation. The guys from 98 Degrees joined KRBE /Houston morning show co -host Maria Todd for a live studio appearance. The station also invited 0 lucky listeners and their guests to enjoy croissants and coffee with the guys. Pictured are (l -r) Nick Lachey, Jeff Timmons, Todd, Drew Lachey and Justin Jeffre.

47 CHR/Pop March 3, 00 Most Played Recurrent.. < :,..... DESTNY'S CHLD ndependent Women Pt. (Columbia) CREED With Arms Wide Open(Wind -up) MYA Case Of The Ex (Whatcha...) (University /nterscope) 3 DOORS DOWN Kryptonite (Republic /Universal) PNK Most Girls(LaFace /Arista) EVAN AND JARON Crazy For This Girl (Columbia) SOULDECSON Faded(MCA) SAMANTHA MUMBA Gotta Tell You (Wildcard /Polydor /nterscope) CREED Higher(Wind -up) MADONNA Music(Maverick/WB) 'N SYNC This Promise You (Jive) DEBELAH MORGAN Dance With Me(DAS /Atlantic) MATCHBOX TWENTY Bent(Lava/Atlantic) VERTCAL HORZON Everything You Want(RCA) DESTNY'S CHLD Jumpin' Jumpin'(Columbia) FATH HLL The Way You Love Me(Warner Bros.) PNK There You Go(LaFace /Arista) NELLY Country Grammar(Fo' Reel /Universal) KAND Don't Think 'm Not(So So Def /Columbia)mk NNE DAYS Absolutely (Story Of A Girl) (Epic) CHR/POP Going For Adds 3//0 LMP BZKT My Way (Flip /nterscope) SMARTBOMB Breathe (Razor And Tie) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: N ED N KZS/fulsa 3am MADONNA Don't Tell Me NELLY Ride Wit Me PNK Most Girls MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone DAFT PUNK One More Time CREED Higher 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) CRAZY TOWN Butterfly JENNFER LOPEZ f You Had My Love NELLYE.. PNK You Make Me Sick FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) SONQUE t Feels So Good OUTKAST Ms. Jackson CHER Believe am ALA.NS MORSSETTE You Learn CRAZY TOWN Butterfly JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing MATCHBOX TWENTY Bent PNK There You Go KAND Don't Think 'm Not DDO Thankyou MADONNA Don't Tell Me TLC No Scrubs CREED Higher 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone 'N SYNC t's Gonna Be Me DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor 4pm SHAGGY Angel SAMANTHA MUMBA Gotta Tell You MADONNA Music CREED With Arms Wide Open PNK You Make Me Sick NELL Y Country Grammar DREAM He Loves U Not CRAZY TOWN Butterfly ROBYN Show Me Love CREED Higher 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone MARC ANTHONY Need To Know DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor CARDGANS Love fool 8pm OUTKAST Ms. Jackson JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing KAND Don't Think 'm Not MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone JANET All For You SMASH MOUTH Star 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) K -C & JOJO Crazy 3 DOORS DOWN Kryptonite NELLY Ride Wit Me MADONNA Don't Tell Me DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor LENNY KRAVTZ Again R. MARTN/C. AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be... 4,0 v KHTT%fu/sa AEROSMTH Jaded 3am 4/ JA RULE t/lll' MO & VTA Put t On Me S CLUB Never Had A Dream Come True TONYA MTCHELL Broken Promises LUDACRS What's Your Fantasy LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance JANETA For You CRAZY TOWN Butterfly DAFT PUNK One More Time MYA Free THRD EYE BLND Never Let You Go NELLY Ride Wit Me K -C & JOJO Crazy LENNY KRAVTZ Again am R. MARTN/C. AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be... SHAGGY Angel MATCHBOX TWENTY Bent 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) LEANN RMES Can't Fight The Moonlight DREAM He Loves U Not FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) PNK There You Go S CLUB Never Had A Dream Come True DEEE -LTE Groove s n The Heart DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor CRAZY TOWN Butterfly JANET All For You SHAGGY Angel 4pm MADONNA Don't Tell Me MELANE C Turn To You TLC Unpretty SMASH MOUTH All Star MYA Free S CLUB Never Had A Dream Come True TON BRAXTON He Wasn't Man Enough DESTNY'S CHLD Say My Name AEROSMTH Jaded BLAGUE Bring t All To Me CRAZY TOWN Butterfly 8pm SAMANTHA MUMBA Gotta Tell You JANET All For You AALYAH TryAgain R. MARTN/C. AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be... CRAZY TOWN Butterfly MYA Free DREAM He Loves U Not AEROSMTH Jaded K -C & JOJO Crazy MADONNA Don't Tell Me BLACKSTREET No Diggity FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) NELLY Ride Wit Me 45 Backstage at the Soul Train Music Awards in Los Angeles, Capitol recording artist Pru swaps hair care and fashion tips with Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Tuned -n is based on sample hours taken from Monday 3/.0 00, R &R nc.

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Ammons NoadS WWWQ/Atiarlta, GA' PD: Brian Phillips PM: Ed Lambert APO: Traci McPherson :U DsrNYSCasU -Set ' JAGGED EDGE 'Fromm- WAYV /Atlantic City, NJ PD: Paul Kelly Y JENNTEALOerFk; SnrvcQAer eaopaaosorvxs EvaNANOJAHOry -read rjry LHCHiSE-u,',t' SRLUSOFn l4a WZNY /Au g usta,ga' OM: John Shomby PD: T.J. McKay MO: JayCruze - VEAnruNDRinTm. JBNFER LOFEZ Ray' KHF /Austin,TX' PD: Jay V Shannon MD: JohnniLe Blaze RELY-act" UNCLE ewytar'fobw N00(/Bakersfield, CA' OM/PD: Chris Squires 'rnnhr 0 t( YRESE sy WXYVBaltimore, MD' VP/Pro 9.: Bill Pasha OM: Kristie Mcntyre APDRMp:JoshMedlock o-ta4r,tm ' WFMFBaton Rouge, LA' PDRAD: Flash Phillips rdefsc ísl Ya.a krn!hrlcrq'par ramasac8 KOXYBeaumont,TX PD/MD Brandin Shaw kd: ALO -rc SWAY Lr, <. WXYKBiloxi- Gellpod, MS P0: Scotty Valentine APDAMO: Kyle Curley. 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Smith, AR M: Rick Hayes PD: Fred Baker, Jr. APDJMD: Mick Ryder ATNxMAANRiNT EvaJNO.vHaJtJNe EDENSCR9Yanser 348LOPQt9 D ewalarwtwrelrao- WYKS/Gainewtlle- Oeaha,R' PD/MD: Jeri Banta APD: Mike Forte ' kjydifaluvesrh' EVANANOGA90Nib' sla ASn :0 DEC9NAADAGNAenelm^ SPGte' WS: Rapids, M' PO: Jeff Andrews APDJMD: Eric O'Brien 6 DDO'rled}w' s -Pf "e seuasaelxm ;EWER LOPE WXX/DreenBali,W Dan Stone MD: David Burns NJ 9. /Pop Reporters._ t. `Lv.'i..,,6..úi t :,_..w:,á z.&.av?6xéx,:nm, ' Stations and their adds listed alphabetically by market WKZLBreensboro, NC * PD: Jeff McHugh APDRMD: Ronie Alexander mat UYYdwr OFFéWiAÜxwJl3.enmee' STNG tree HAVER LOPE WERO/Greenville,NC- OM/PO: Bill O'Brien STx+G,aJtA' 0-TOWN Neat' 80M 'ls WRHT,Greemrille, NC' APD/MD: Gina Gray 88ieleftZ EVANANDJARa,,,mr wrausan axwclxlmw aaexmsem WFBCGreenville,SC' PD: Nikki Nile MD: 3 s- NNFEALOPEZkr 3 M]JYP,V.fMSEEAN'SamÀfe- NaNVrnvHns rrxxonucvla- WNNKlHartishurg, PA` PD: John O'Dea MD: Denny Logan wacfs WKSS/Hartford, CT' PD: Tracy Austin MD: Mike McGowan 6900KCN USONlee" PD: Domino APO/MD: Leslie Whittle JOEWASratASe] B Q EYED 3 PEAS "Re sr kae HMD "GN freroe- WKEEMunlington, WV PD: Jim Davis APD/MD: Gary Miller kmlhalorrry warnos D HLa{, yy WZYP/Hunbviile, AL' PD: Bill West MD: A 6 z JENNFER LOPEZ>,y ksnxrscnldslremr WNOUAndiana P olis, N OM: Greg Dunkin PD: David Edgar APDAnterim MD: Chris Ott 4MUaetaUSmmaç- WZPUlndianapolis,N* PD: Scott Sands MD: Dave Decker rurfuatano-paj- 3000RAkMN mf WDBT /Jackson, MS PD: Scott Steele MD: Bruce The Moose.f- N;FnL::. t-rai a "k a 'N> WYOY /Jackson, MS* OM/PD: Benji Kurtz APD: Jason Williams MD: Nathan West LJ+lirvs,. 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49 chr/pop Playlists March 3, 00 R &R 4 FND COMPLETE PLAYLSTS FOR ALL CHR/POP REPORTERS ON R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG WHTZ/New York () Kelly/Bryant. Cume 3,389,080 PUTS 9 9 S CLUB /Never Had A Dream SHAGGY /Angel 9 6 LENNY KRAVTZ/Again 65 5 DDO/hanlryou 50 ATC/NOUnd The World THECORRS/Brealnless LW/NO More (Baby...) 5 5 CRAZYTOWN/BuneriN 53 4 PNK/You Make Me Sick 6 4 AEROSMRWJaded EVAN ANDJARON/Cnry For This Girl 30 3 EDEN'S CRUSWGNMerYourself MOOT F/GWEN STEFANUSouthside DESTNY'S CHLD/Survivor 34 3 K- C &JOJO/Crary 30 3 BON JOVVTNnk You For NELLYFURTADO /'m Like A Bird MELANE CA Turn To You 3 9 JANET /4E0Y! 3 9 DREAM/He Loves L Not MODJO/ady (Heat..) UFEHOUSEManging By A Moment 5 SAMANTHA MUMBNGota Tell You 5 MATCHBOX TWENTY/f You 're Gone 3 5 MYA/Free 4 FATH HLL/Breathe 9 9 FATH HLUThe Way You Love Me 4 SAMANTHAMUMBA/Baby. Come Over... 6 ODO4WreWm Me 3 5 TRAWOropsOlJUpiter JENNFER LOPEZ/Love Don't Cost.. 4 DAFT PUNK/One Morel-me 9 3 MARTNF /AGULERNNobody Wants UNCLEKRACKEWFabw Me NELLY/RideWrt Me 3 VERTCAL HORZON/Best LT/My Own Worst Enemy - a JENNFER LOPEZ/Play 5 OLTKASTMs. Jackson 0 0 BLNK- 8/AThe Small Things rlig4 Ever Had... G 000) KS/LOS Angeles (88) Kieley /Sleek. Cume,05,800 W TW ARTSTRTLE AEROSMTWJaded SHAGGY /Angel JOE/ 804w n You PMOMOSt Girls DESTNY'S CH LMMeperdenl Women... MARTN F /AGULERAMOOOdy Wanly. JENNFER LOPEZAOVe Don't Cost... ATC/Nound The Word.. JANET /All For You LENNY KRAV /A950 SARNA PARS/Look Al Us MADONNACOn Tell Me DAFT PUNK/One Mere Time M080 F /GWEN ST0060/ OUthslde MKALASO n Love With Two CRAZYTOWNBunerly 3 DOORS DOWN/Kryptonite CREED/MM Arms Wide Open AMERCAN H- FFlavor Of The Weak NELLY FURTADO/'m like A Bird MOOJO/Lady(Hedr...) BAG6TREET BOYS/The Call SOULDECSONOOh Cs Kinds Crary MYA/Free SAMANTHA MUMBNBaby, Come Over... MATCHBOX TWENTYAYOÚreGone NFLLY /Ride Wit Me U/Beautiful Day BBMAKBack Here MYA/Case 0fTeEx.. S CLUB /Never Had A Dream... CHRSTNAAGULERATOme On Over... ALCE DEEJAY/Bener ON Alone 3W/No More (Baby_.) DANTE THOMAS F /PRAS 94L0 California TRAN/OropsOlJU0Rec.. DREAMMe Loves U Not SON OUE/t Feels So Good JOE F/MYSTKALSUner BEE GEES/66s Where... G (8m) B WKE/Ch(cago Big City (3) ShebeELegg + Cume 453,900 Lw TW ARTSTRRE FRAGMAROa'9 Miracle MELANE CA Turn To You DARUDElSae loom ATC/Araurd The World... DAFT PUNK/One More Trme TAMStranger n My House 5669Á PARS/Look/3 Us MOOJO/Lody (Heal.. SA0E/By Your Side CRAZYTOWNMUnerlly DA BUZLLet Me Love Yen SHAGGY /Angel AN VAN DAH/Caslles n The Sky DELERUM FMCLACHLANSilenCe JANET /N For You MCBY F/GWEN STEFANLSouthmle FRENCH AFFAR/Ay Fear/Gces.. OPERA TRANCEBpente Le Stelle ZOMBE NATONA(emkran 400 MALNMBy Your Side KRSTNE W/LOVT' You MRWASMave Song MADSON AVENUE/uOho the Hell Are You JONAN/Sssl (Listel)... JENNFER LOPEZ/Love Don't Cost.. JENNFERLOPEZ/'lay MHOONNNDOnN Tell Me MADSONAVENUFNOn ALCE DEEJAVBetiv ON None Cal Me Baby CHCANE FAT. ADAMSmon'l Give Up DESTNYS CHLD/ndependent Women... EFFEL 6.5/Move YOUr Body MARTN F /AGULERATobody Wants... SOONHa dsorne ANASTACW'm (Julia Love LOVE BTE/Take Your Time GROOVE ARMADM See You Baby SAMANTHA MUMBA/Got a Tel' You ROBBE WLLAMS/RockW AMBERSexual (U Da Di) 6 (000) WKSC/Chicago (3) Jones/Hnerie. Cume 630,00 PUYS W TW B ARTSTRTLE LENNYKRAVR/A44 K-C& JOJO/Clary JENNFERLOPEZ/LO e Don't Cost.. DESTNES CHLDAndependent Womer... SHAGGY /Nigel CREEDAMtArms Wide Open CRAZY TOWNBuneely MATCHBOX TWENTY/ You 're Gone AEROSMWJaded EVAN AND JAROWCrary For This Girl VERTCAL HORZON/EverNhmg You Want 3 DOORS DOWN/Kryptonite 3LW/So More (Baby._) CREEDMigher JANET /All For You SAP NA PARS/LookA Us MATCHBOX TWENTY/Bent NELLO/Ride W Me MADONNA/Don'tTee Me SCLUB /Never Had A Dream DEGREES/My Everything MARTN F /AGULERA/NObody Wants.. 'N SYNC/t's Gonna Be Me MADONNAMU0c MYNCase Of The Ex... SOU L DEC SONFaded DREAMMe Loves U Not SAMANTHAMUMBWG0O Tell You SHAGGVA Wasn't Me PNK/YOU Make Me Sick PNK/Most Girls VERTCAL HORZONNoti re AGod ATUArOUOd The World... LFEHOUSEManging EN AMOmenl DAFT PUNK/One More Lme DDOnllankyou DREAM/This s Me DESTNY'S CR D/Survrvor 'N SYNC/This MYÁFree Promise You G (000) KZOZ/San Francisco Bonneville (45) Keating/Reid. Crame 8,900 4ST/TTLE 6 (000) 5 DREAANHe Lows UN DDORhankyOL JOE FMYSTKAUSuller SHAGGY /Angel K- C&JOJO/Crary ATC/AroundThe World JENNFER LOPEZ/Low Donn Cost._ MYA/Free MARTNF/AGULERAMobay Wants LENNY KRAVTZ/Agein JANET /N For You S CLUB /Never HadA Dream DESTNY'S CHLD/Su Wor DAFT PUNK/One Morel-me LWMo More ( ) CRAZY TOWN/Butterlly MADONNAJDOn'Te Me R. KELLY/ Wish LFEHOUSEMangirg By A Moment THE CORRSBreamles JENNFER LOPE/May 030 a 8 34 MATCHBOX TWENTY/ Yonre Gone SAMANTHA MUMBABaby. Come Over MOBYF /GWENSTEFAN/SoUNS4e 884 ORKAST/Ms.Jackson 88 8 NELLYFURTADOA'er Like ABud DESTNY'S CHLDnndependent Women AEROSMTWJaded BONJOV/Thank You For_ VERTCAL HORZON/EveryMittg You Want 6060 a 0 3 DOORS DOWNMryponile CREED/Higher ALCE DEEJAV/BeBet Off Alone NNE DAYS/Absolutely 'NSYNU's Gonna Be Me BACKSTREET BOYS/The Call PNKNOu Make Me Sea SOUL SEARCHER/ Caul Gel Enough 'NSYNCBye Bye Bye 44 4 RED HOT CHL../Sar Tissue 44 W00/Phlladelphia (60) Bridg man/marino/newsome. Come 99,500 Lw TW CRAZY /Angel OWWBUnedy K -C & JOJO/Crary DDDRNankyou ATC/ArOUnd The World -. DREAM/He Loves U Nel JENNFER akemeove Don't Cost._ PNK/You Make Me Sick MADONNA/Don't Tell Me LFEHOUSEAanging By A Moment JARULE/LL MO_RU On Me otkastrms.jackson S CLUB Never Had A Dream.. DESTNY'S CHLD /Oanvor LENNY KRAVTZ/Again LUDACRSNJna's Your Fantasy FUEUHemonhage... MARTN F /AG ULERAMobody Wants AEROSMTWJaded G (000) JAY -Zn Just Wanna Love LWMo More (Baby...) 058 D EST NYS CHLO/rdeperdenl Wornen JANET/All For You 058 SHAGGY /RWam'MM 98 EVANANDJAROWCrary For This Gil 98 NELLY/RieeMt Me 9366 JA RULE F/C. MLANBelween MBAM You 844 M YA/Case 0 The Ex MATCHBOX TWENTYM You're Gone 844 MYA/Free 844 DEBELAH MORGMWDanceW4h Me 58 3 DOORS DOWNMryplonite 58 DREAM/This s Me 58 JOE F/MYSTKAL/Stutier 58 KAND/Don' Think l'm Nol 58 MELANE CA Torn To You 58 RUFFENDZ/NO More 36 CREED/With Arrns Wide Open 6690 LMPBZKH/H0in 6890 BACKSTREET BOYS/The Call 644 KHKS/Dallas -Ft. Worth (4) ShannoMMolaes. Cume 36,900 FLAYS LW TW to ARTSTRTLE JENNFER LOPEZ/Low 000'Cost.. SHAGGY /Angel K -C E JOJO/Cary LENNY KRAVTZ/Again MATCHBOX TWENTY/t You're Gone CREED/Higher OREAMnle LovnUU Not CREED/Mt Arms Wide Open JANET /All For YOU 06 KSSFM CRAZYTOWNBu0eryy DESTNY'SCHRD4ndepeodent Women... S CLUB /Never Had A Dream.. MARTN F /AGULEFW NUbOdy Wan5_. OUTKAST/M0.Jackson SOULDECSOWFaded PNK/You Make Me Sick NELLY/E.. MYA/Case OThe Ee... MADONNNDonTe9 Me MADONNA/Music KANDLDOn Think Ern Not DESTNY'S CHLDSurvr DEBELAH MORGAN/Dantt WAh Me 3 DOORS DOWNMryplon0e PNKTnere You Or SAN/4N t HA MUMBA/Cot!a Tell You TON BRAXTON/HeWasn't Man... PNK/Most Girls 3LWMo More (Baby...) JOE FAAYSTKAUStutler ATC/NOold The World... SHAGGY/t Wasn't Me 'N SYNC/T is Promse You MATCHBOX TWENTY/Beni JA RU CL L' MO../Put On Me JANET/Doesn't Really.. NELLY/Caunlry Grammar R. KELLY / Wen DDO/l6nkyou TOW DOWN/Country Pap Tune 9 000) D KRBV/Dallas-Ft. Worth nfinity (4) CooWFerrerUJames. Cume 494,000 LW iw G ( JOEFMYSTKAL/Stuner K -C B JOJO/Crary CRAZY TOWN/Butterfly LENNY KRAVTZ/Again SHAGGY /Angel JENNFERLOPELLme Don't Cost DOWNMryptonoe a S CLUB /Never Had A Dream NELLYRide Wit Me SARNAPARS400k Al Us OUTKAST/MS.Jackson PNK/You Make Me Sisk DEGREES/My Everything ASHLEYBALLANDMOOe CREEDWM Arms Wide Open JANET /M For You STELASOLE/TCrss Kiss DESTNY'S CHLD/ndependent Women JAY- /JuOWanea Love DESTNVSCHLASuvivor SAMANTHA MUMBAeeBaby. Come Aar MATCHBOXWENYMent 55 6 'NSYNC4rs Gonna Be Me 55 5 LUSACRSNAMS Your Fantasy SHAGGY/t WasnlMe OREAMA(e Loves U Nol DAFTPUNWOne More Time MYWCase OTheEx WLD ORCHD/Sm0eon MADONNA/Music AALYNVFry WNW 3604 PNK/MostGirls TOW DOWN/CountyRapTUne 'N SYNCRhis l Promise You PNK/There You Go 968 3LWMo More (Baby...) TON BRAY-ON -le Wasn't Man ODOlhankyou NELLY/E BACKSTREET BOYS/ Mani n That Way 906 WDRO/Detroit ABC (33) Tear/Towers/Curry. 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52 Remember 50 CHR /Rhythmic Top 50 WEEK WEEK March 3, 00 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) TOTAL + - GROSS MPRESSONS WEEKS ON CHART TOTALSTATONS ADDS Most Added JA RULE F/LL' MO AND VTA Put t... (Murder nc./defjam/djmg) /0 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) ADDS JOE F/MYSTKAL Stutter (Jive) /0 TYRESE Like Them Girls (RCA) NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo' Reel/Universal) JENNFER LOPEZ Play /0 (Epic) 40 DMX No Sunshine (BlackGround) 4 4 SHAGGY Angel (MCA) /0 TOYA Do (Arista) JANET All For You (Virgin) /0 STELLA SOLEL Kiss Kiss (Universal) 4 s 6 JAGGED EDGE Promise (So So Def /Columbia) / DEBELAH MORGAN (DAS/Atlantic) 3 Q DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor (Columbia) / SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t AL.. (Soulife /Atlantic) MYSTKAL F/NVEA Danger (Been So Long) (Jive) K -C & JOJO Crazy (MCA) CRAZY TOWN Butterfly (Columbia) /0 a LUDACRS Southern Hospitality (Def Jam South/DJMG) /0 0 JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing (Epic) /0 3 EVE Who's That Girl (Ruff Ryders /lnterscope) /0 m QB FNEST FNAS Oochie Wally (Columbia) /6 5 5 MONCA Just Another Girl (Epic) /0 4 6 OUTKAST Ms. Jackson (LaFace /Arista) /0 m OLVA Bizounce (J) / 6 6 JAY -Z Just Wanna Love U... (Roc -A- Fella/DJMG) /0 8 9 JON B Don't Talk (Edmonds /Epic) /0 0 0 TAMA Stranger n My House (Elektra/EEG) /3 a 5 TRCK DADDY Take t To Da House (Slip 'N Slide /Atlantic) / a 3 66/ 54/0 Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) 8 MSSY "MSDEMEANOR" ELLOTT Get.. (GMUEastWestEG) OB FNEST FNAS Oochie Wally (Columbia) 6 OUTKAST So Fresh, So Clean (LaFace/Arista) / Most ncreased 3 a SNOOP DOGG Lay Low (No Limit/Priority) /5 Plays TOTAL 6 4 WYCLEF JEAN Perfect Gentleman (Ruffhouse/Columbia) /0 PLAY ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) NCREASE 36 a MSSY "MSDEMEANOR" ELLOTT Get... (Gold Mind/EastWesUEEG) / DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor (Columbia) 4 6 MYA Free (Ruffnation/WB/University/lnterscope) /0 +83 JANET All For You (Virgin) CASE Missing You (Def Soul /DJMG) /0 QB FNEST FNAS Oochie Wally (Columbia) ATC Around The World (La La La...) (Republic /Universal) / PAC Until The... (Amaru/Death Row /lnterscope) +5 4 a SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before (Soulife/Atlantic) TYRESE Like Them 43/9 Girls (RCA) +54 MSSY "MSDEMEANOR" ELLOTTGet.. (GMUEastWestEEG) DAFT PUNK One More Time (Virgin) /0 SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All... (Soulife/Atlantic) CASH MONEY MLLONARES Project Chick (Cash Money/Universal) /0 TRCK DADDY Take t To Da House (Slip 'N Slide/Atlantic) +46 a 3 GNUWNE There t s (Epic) /0 NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo' Reel /Universal) t's Over Now (Bad Boy /Arista) JENNFER LOPEZ 3/0 Play (Epic) KOFFEE BROWN After Party (Arista) / 4 e PROJECT PAT Chickenhead (Hypnotize Minds /Loud/Columbia) / Debut> a PAC Until The End Of Time (Amaru/Death Row /lnterscope) / FREDRO STARR Shining Through (Hollywood) / ASHLEY BALLARD Hottie (Atlantic) / NDA.ARE Video (Motown) / /Debut> MUSQ Love (Def Soul /DJMG) / 3 4 R. MARTN F /C. AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be Lonely (Columbia) 56' / 34 4 PNK You Make Me Sick (LaFace /Arista) / SLKK THE SHOCKER That's Cool (No Limit/Priority) / BLACK EYED PEAS Request Line (lnterscope) 50 TANK Maybe Deserve ( BlackGround) /Debut> m R. KELLY Fiesta (Jive) /4 4 4 ' Debut> O SARNA PARS Look At Us (Playland/Priority) LL BOW WOW F /JAGGED EDGE Puppy Love (So So Def /Columbia) XZBT X (Loud/Columbia) /0 /Debut> SAMANTHA MUMBA Baby, Come... (Wildcard/Polydor/lnterscope) / /0 6/ Breakers / 4/ No Songs Qualified For Breaker Status This Week CHR /Rhythmic reporters. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 000 plays or more for the first time. Songs below No. 0 are moved to recurrent after 0 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitran Company). 00, R &R nc. Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported to R &R by each reporting station. Songs unreported as adds do not count toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Plays lists the songs with the greatest week -to -week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. :- APO\ U \eedl\ eed SOR eec Log n And Get Sponsored W W W.CRfELRWORLD.COfT 00 /HC MU/C L.L.C. going for adds MARCH Management: Donny "Drano" Harrell for Goodfellor Entertainment

53 TVA in,;i;y;j Hip Hop Top 0 CHR/Rhythmic March T acá --. >...,..:,. ex.. có,.,l,l >i i. ran' kk'ïr,d s' :`ytñl,ey'é[ ä `z ét`"a+, > 3, 00 R &R 5, -, LW TW ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) March 3, 00 r TOTAL TOTAL STATONS/ W LW ADDS JA RULE... Put t On Me (Murder nc/def Jam/DJMG) /0 LUDACRS Southern Hospitality (DefJam South/DJMG) /0 o 3 NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo' ReeWniversal) /0 4 4 MYSTKAL F/NVEA Danger (Been So Long) (Jive) /0 5 5 EVE Who's That Girl (Ruff Ryders/nterscope) /0 o 6 OUTKAST So Fresh, So Clean (LaFace/Arista) / 0 QB FNEST F/NAS Oochie Wally (Columbia) / 0 o TRCK DADDY Take t To Da House (Slip `V Slide/Atlantic) 5 3/ o MSSY EWOTT Get Ur Freak On (Gold MindfastWeslfEG) / 8 0 JAY -Z Just Wanna Love U... (Roc-A-Fella/DJMG) /0 9 OUTKAST Ms. Jackson ( LaFace/Arista) /0 o PROJECT PAT Chickenhead (Hypnotize MirtdsLoud/Calumbia) /3 s SNOOP DOGG Lay Low (No Limit/Priority) /9 3 4 SLKK THE SHOCKER That's Cool (No Limit/Priority) 6 6 0/0 5 LL BOW WOW... Puppy Love (So So Def /Columbia) /4 6 CONZ Get Crunked Up (Elektra/EEG) / 6 LL' ZANE None Tonight (Worldwide/Priority) 86 8 /0 - PAC Until The End Of Time (Amani/Death Row/nterscope) /9 - - JAY -Z F/R. KELLY Guilty Until... (RocA- Fella/DJMG) SHYNE F/BARRNGTON LEVY Bonnie... (Bad Boy /Arista) /4 CHR/Rhythmic and 84 Urban reporters combine into a custom chart. Hip Hop titles are ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. For complete reporter lists refer to CHR/Rhythmic and Urban sections. 00, R &R nc. 4/ TYRESE Like Them Girls (RCA) DOGGY'S ANGELS Pleezbaleevit! (Doggy Style/TVT) Total Plays: 36, Total Stations: 45, Adds: 44 Total Plays:, Total Stations: 9, Adds: 0 LL' ZANE None Tonight (Worldwide/Priority) J MONEY Hi -Lo (Freeworld/Priority) Total Plays: 94, Total Stations: 3, Adds: 0 Total Plays: 0, Total Stations: 3, Adds: JAHEM Could t Be (Divine Mill/WB) P.Y.T. Same 0' Same 0' (Epic) Total Plays: 9, Total Stations: 6, Adds: Total Plays: 93, Total Stations: 9, Adds: 3 JENNFER LOPEZ Play (Epic) SHYNE F/BARRNGTON LEVY Bonnie &... (Bad Boy /Arista) Total Plays: 69, Total Stations: 43, Adds: 40 Total Plays: 5, Total Stations: 8, Adds: AZUL AZUL La Bomba (Sony Discos) Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) Total Plays: 60, Total Stations: 8, Adds: Total Plays: 5, Total Stations: 3, Adds: 8 KURUPT F/NATE DOGG Behind The Walls (Avatar) ERC BENET Love Don't Love Me (Warner Bros.) Total Plays: 53, Total Stations:, Adds: Total Plays: 50, Total Stations:, Adds: 4 JAY -Z FR. KELLY Guilty Until... (Roc-A- Fella/DJMG) CED FCHAUNCEY BLACK Whatcha Say (Judgment/RCA) Total Plays: 5, Total Stations: 30, Adds: 4 Total Plays: 0, Total Stations: 3, Adds: 0 BEATNUTS No Escapin' This (Loud/Columbia) TOPA Do (Arista) Total Plays: 45, Total Stations:, Adds: Total Plays: 0, Total Stations:, Adds: 9 D. THOMAS Miss California (Rat PacwEastWest/EEG) BACKBONE Five Deuce Four Tre (Universal) Total Plays: 6, Total Stations: 0, Adds: Total Plays: 0, Total Stations: 4, Adds: EDEN'S CRUSH Get Over Yourself (London Sire) STELLA SOLEL Kiss Kiss (Universal) Total Plays:, Total Stations: 0, Adds: 4 Total Plays: 99, Total Stations: 8, Adds: 4 Songs ranked by total plays CHR/Rhythmic Reporters Stations and their adds listed alphabetically by market KYLZ/Albuquerque, NM PD: Robb Royale TYRESE'Grls" OM %'Sunshine" JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play. TOVA To CRUSH'Yourwm `DEN'S BOW WOW...'Pugry KFAT /Anchorage, AK OM: Mark Grison P0: Sieve KkkllDhter APD/MD: Marvin Nugent 5 ATC 'W0,e' MSSY ELLOTT flur SUNSHNE ANDERSON Hu0 JENNFER LOPEZ -PNy WETS /Atlanta, GA PD: Dale O'Brian APO/MO: Jeff Mlles tájennfer LOPEZ'Pwf' OB FNEST F/NAS Wall, 3 MYSTKAL MAVEA'Danger TYRESE -Sillì ANASTACA 'Out, WZBZ/Atlantic City, NJ PD: Ted Noah 000 Tor DANTE THOMAS ERDAS -MSS' BECCA -Male' KOBT /Austin, TX PD: Scooter B. Stevens APD: Mark MoCray ] ENNFER LOPEZ 'PU MSSY ELLOTT hear' OW 'Sunshine" KSV/Bakersfield, CA' PD: Bob Lewis APD/MD: Plcaao 6 TYROSE SNOOP DG Ley" SARNA PAARS EEN SUNSHNE ANDERSON'Heera' WEROBaltimore, MD PD: Dion Summers APD: Mire At Night MD: Darren Brio No Ma WBHJBirmingham, AL P0: Mickey Johnson APD/MD: Mary Kay R KELLY 'Woman's. 3 NRESE'Gds' TOYA 'De' NDAARE -Viaeo' DM %'SUnsnmr WJMNBoston, MA' Station Mgr.: Cadillac Jack APD: Dennis O'Heron M0: Michelle Williams EVE "Blow- 0 SNOOP DOGS' 030 TYRESE'Gnls WSSP/Charleston, SC PD: Kelli Reynolds JENNFER LOPEZ'Rs'' DEBEAN MORGAN 'Remember WBBM- FM/Chicago, L PD: Todd Cavanah MD: Erik Bradley 6 SARNA PARS 'Look. 3 OLVA TA DEBELAN MORGAN "Remember KZFM/Corpus Christi, TX' PD: Ed Dorms MO: Arlene Moduli 3 JENNFER LOPEZ 'Ray' DUX 'Suruhlne' EDENS CRUSH "(nurser TOyA'DO' SUNSHNE ANDERSON 'Nears PRESE'GM' KOKS/Denver- Boulder, CO PO: Cal Collins MD: ' hn E. Kalte ssy ELLOTT EOTT rear TYRESE'Grls KXUU/Denver- Boulder, CO PD: Michael Knight JAY-Z FM. KELLY' Sully' PÁ0 LEB KPRR/E Paso, TX' PO/MD: Victor Stan OB FNEST FMAS -Wall' JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play WCKZJFt. Wayne, N VPJPrag : Roy Jaynes OM: Bob Shannon PD/MD: Bobby Corona 8 LENNY KRAV Z'Aaain' MARTN F /AGU URA 'Nobody' WJFX/Ft. Wayne, N' PO: Phil Becker MD: Weasel 4 TYRESE 'Girls' JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play SUNSHNE ANDERSON -Hearer L ROMEO 'Baby. TOVA Tñ KBOS/Fresno, CA PD: E. Curtis Johnson APD: Greg Hoffman MO: Travis Loughran 3 TRCK DADDY 'Houser 6 JENNFER LOPEZ "May BACKBONE 'FAN' KSES/Fresno, CA' PD: Tommy Del Rio MD: Jo Jo Lopez 30 JENNFER LOPEZ 'Ray' 4 TYRESE'GlrE, TOVA'Do. SSOLEL NNi DMA WJMH/Greensbero, NC' OM/PD: Brian Douglas APO: Kendall B MD: Boogie D 30 TAAA -House DESTNY'S CHLD'SUomr PAC 'UAW' KK/Honolulu, H " PO: Fred Rico MD: Pablo Sato TYRESE'Gins' DEBELAN MORGAN 'Remember STELLA SOLEL "Kiss- FUME/Honolulu, H' PD: Jamie Hyatt MD: Kevin Ablbke DMA sunsnm<' KBXXMousbn- Galveston, TX' nterim PD/MD: Kason Powell TRCK DADDY'Home- KTHTMolston-Galveston, TX' PD: Russ Allen 5 JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play. TYRESE OB FNEST FM. "Wally' WHHHAndianapolis, N' PD: Scott Wheeler MO: Carl Frye 9 TYRESE -Gam" 9 OM% 'Sunshine' 3 JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play JAY Z FR KELLY -Gully. WJBT /Jacksonville, FL' PD: Aaron Maxwell R KELLY 'Woman, WXS /Johnson City, TN PD: Blade Michaels MO: Toad Ambrose 'Gin, DM.ESE X sunshme- JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play. KLUC/Las Vegas, NV PO: Cat Thomas APO: Mike Spencer M0: J.B. King 4 TYRESE -Gels' KHTE/Litlle Rock, AR Dir/Prog.: Larry LeBlanc MD: Peter Gunn JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play. TONA To' STELLA SOLEL 'Kiss' DEBEAN MORGAN 'Remember TYRESE'Sols WHO YOU CALL N'... 'SNAKY. KPWRLos Angeles, CA * VP/Prog: Jimmy Steal APO: Damien Young NO EMan 5 BEATNUTS 'EscaWl 6 SLKK THE SHOCKER 'Peer KLZK/Lubbock, TX PD: Tony Manero MD: Jackie James 8 JENAFER LOPEZ -Plaj ToYA'DO DEBELAR MORGAN 'Remember TYRESE 'Orb' STELLA SOLEL lase MAUNA 5Y KXHT/Memphis, TN O P0: Lee Cagle MO: Devin Steel WHO YOU CALLN'.. 'SlUwly 6 SHOT 0' VSTAN'NO,hinp' KHTN/Merced, CA PD: Rene Roberts APD/MD: Drew Stone 54 JENNFER LOPEZ 'Ray" 53 TYRESE 'Gins" WAX -Sunshine STELLA SOLEL "KW TOPA 'DE JAHEM 'Coule' WPOW/Miami, FL' PD: Kid Curry APO: Tony The Tiger M0: Eddie Mix DMA -Sunshine' EDEN'S CRUSH'YOUrsen' SUNSHNE ANDERSON-Neard' BOW WOW.. 'PUOPY KTTB/Minneapolis, MN PD: Scrap Jaslson MD: Laud Jones TAMA 'Moose' 00. "Hiss' TYRE E'ORls' KDONHonterey- Salinas, CA' PD: Dennis Martinez JENNFER LOPEZ'PlaY DEBELAN MORGAN "Remember STELLA SOLEL 'Kiss' SE "CAC WJWZ/Montgomery, AL PD/MD: 0-Rock 5 PRESE 'Si.. 5 PAC -UAW 5 ERC BENET 'Low DESTNY'S CHLD îum,,,, WKTU/New York, NY' VP/Ops.: Frankie Blue MO: Geronimo, JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play. BLU CANTRELL 'HT UNDERGROUND PROJECT "Summer WOHT/New York, NY' PD: Tracy Cloherty MD: Sean Taylor 30 FATH EVANS'BMW 5 NERD 'Laydance' 0 TALB KWELVH TEK 'BUM' s 'Peacnu' LOOACRS'H0 WNVZ/Norfolk, VA' Pa: Don London MD: Jay West a JENNER LOPEZ 'Pla' 3 TYRESE -Gds' SUNSHNE ANDERSON -Heard' KBAT/Odessa -Midland, TX PD: Leo Caro MD: DJ So'Motion 8 AGGED EDGE 'Proms" SNOOP DOGG 'Lay MSSY ELLOTT 'Freak' :ENNFER LOPEZ 'Pk" KKWD/Oklahoma City, OK PO: Steve English JENNFER LOPEZ 'AMY TYRESE 'ins" STELLA SOLEL'nss' KOCH/Omaha, NE' PD: Erik Johnson t JENNFER LOPEZ 'PAY' TAMA. House' WJHM/Orlando, FL' Olr /Ops./PO: John Roberts APO: Slime DeMann MD: Jay Love 5 CTY MOH "WOUZAPaY WPYO/Orlando, FL' P0: Phil Michaels MO: Vic The Latina 0 JNfFER LOPEZ 'Play OB FNEST FNAS wally' KCAO/Oxnard- Ventura, CA' APD: Big Bear MO: Erika s DM% 'Sunshine' 'Peaches' Z TYRESE 'Gins' BaALL a MJG'Suer JENNFER LOPEZ 'Ray SOYA 'DO' KKUU/Palm Springs, CA PO: Pattie Moreno MD: Noise 30 TRESE'Gins' JENNFER LOPEZ 'PNy' OMS 'Ounsnme' 'Peaches' DEBELAM MORGANr 'Remember STELLA SOLEL "Kiss" KKFHPhoenix, AZ' PO: Brace S. James APD/MO: Charlie Huero TYRESE 'Girl s' 0 SUNSHNE ANDERSON-Neare' OLMPoruand, OR' DrJProg.: Mark Adams APO: Mario Devoe MD: Pretty BOY Dontay 0 TYRESE 'aim' OMX 'Sunshme' TOY, 'DO WWOUProvidence, R' PO: Jerry McKenna MD: Bradley Ryan TYRESE 'Gins' JENNFER LOPEZ 'Ray' PROJECT PAT 'CNGen' ATC 'Wade' MUSC 'Law KWNZ/Aeno, NV' PO: Bill Soho!: JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play' STELLA SOLER 'Ass To' TYRESE 'Gals' ERC BENET 'Love' KGGURiverside, CA' PO: Jesse Duran nterim MD: DDM JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play KURUPT FNATE DOGG 00i SUNSHNE ANDERSON 'heard' SNOOP 0055 'Lay OUKAST 'Clean' TYRESE 'GAr, KBMBBacramento, CA' oir/prog.: brahim "Ebro" Jam APD/MD: BB KM Boots 5 'Pemba,' 3 ONO "S'G e.ball e LJG 'Buck' TOYA To' JENNFER LOPEZ ' DEBELH MORGAN 'Remember KSFM/Sacramento, CA' PD: Byron Kennedy MD: Makelsha Rues 8 DAM 'Sunshine' JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play" EDEN'S CRUSH'YOUrMr 'Peaches' STELLA SOLVE 'KW TYRESE 'Gas" WOCOBalisbury, MO PD: Makin MD: Dedite JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play' R KELLY'HesN' YRESE!OVA "Do' KUUU/Salt Lake City, UT' OM: Kayvan Motiee MD: Zac Davis JAY- FR. KELLY 'Gully. MSSY ELLOTT 'hear OUTKAST TNA, KBBT/San Antonio, TX' PD: J.D. Gonzalez APO: Danny B MD: Romeo 5 R KELLY lien' m MSSY ELLOTT 'Freak' 6 3LW 'Rayar KTFM/San Antonio, TX' PD: Cliff Tredway MO: Steve Chavez 6 OB FNEST FRMS -WNW' 4 SNOOP 005G'Lry' JENNFER LOPEZ 'P ay' TYRESE PAC Tree- DM %'Sunshine" XHTZ/San Diego, CA' OM/PD: Lisa Carding MO: Dale Salina 5 DEBELAN MORGAN 'Remember 3 TYRESE 'Girls' OM %'SUnshine- TOYA -Do' JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play' KMEL/San Francisco, CA' VPJProg.: Michael Marlin APD/M0: Glenn Aure 4 ERC BENET 'low 4 TYRESE 'Gins' OMS -Sunshine TANK 'Deserve' KYLD/San Francisco, CA VP/Prag.: Michael Martin APD/MD: Jarry Jim Archer 6 PROJECT PAT '0,x,' TANK 'Deserve ESE 'Gull' KWWV/San Luis Obispo, CA PD: Craig Marshall MD: Suave JBV 3 TRESE 'GUs" ENNFER LOPEZ -Play KUBE/Seattle- Tacoma, WA * OM: Sheltie Had PD: Eric Powers APD/MD: Julie Pilat tmrwms Ì TORESE'Gns' 'Song' 6 LPeachei AP sono KSYR/Shrevepod, LA P0: Howard Clark MD: Craig Cooper SUNSHNE ANDERSON 'Heard' JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play' STELLA SOLEL 'Kiss JAY -i FR. KELLY 'Gully- KWN/Stockton, CA' VP/Prag.: John Christian PD/MD: Louie Gnu JENNFER LOPEZ "Flay'. TYRESE 'Gins' STELLA SOLEL'Kiss' TVA 'Da WLLD/Tampa, FL' PD: Orlando APD: Scanbnan 4 -Peaches' DM% ' Sunshne' KOHT/Tutson, AZ PD: Paco Jacobo MD: 0 -Wayne Chavez 4 OB FNEST FNAS'W. ay. DMA 'Sunset.- TYRESE 'Gnlì KURLPT MATE DOGG Ylalls' JO MONEY 'H.LQ KBLZ/Tyler- Longview, TX PD/MO: Luscious ce TYRESE 'Gins' BROWN 'Paty- KOFtE E HALL a MJG -Buck- MX ',ovin e WOWZNtica -Rome, NY PD/PAD: J.P. Marto; B JENNFER LOPEZ 'PNy' 5 MAUNA 'Sh' 5 DUELAN MORGAN 'nemernbe' STEW SOLEL lass' 0 0 OYA "Do' 5 PRESS Tim' WPGC/Washington, DC' PD: Jay Stevens MO: Thea Mitcham 0 SNYNE FS LEVY 'BPnnié e TYRESE T BLU CANTRELL -He 3 KELLY fiesta' R. " KDGS/Vichita, KS PD: Greg Williams MD: Jo Jo Collins TO TOTA To" 9 JENNFER LOPEZ 'Play' ERC 4 L_S MORO 'Remember' 3 PRESE Tini. * = Mediabase 4/ monitored Total Reporters Current Reporters Current Playlists Did Not Report, Playlist Frozen (): KBTE/Corpus Christi, TX

54 have 5 R &R March 3, 00 chr/rhythmic ti Mix Show Top 30 March 3, 00 JA RULE f/ll' MO... Put t On Me (Murder nc. /Def Jam /DJMG) JOE f/mystkal Stutter (Jive) 3 LUDACRS Southern Hospitality (Def Jam South / DJMG) 4 NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo'Reel/Universal) 5 QB FNEST f/nas Oochie Wally (Columbia) 6 MYSTKAL f/nvea Danger (Been So Long) (Jive) EVE Who's That Girl (Ruff Ryders /nterscope) 8 SNOOP DOGG Lay Low (No Limit/Priority) 9 JAY -Z Just Wanna Love U (Give t...) (Roc- A- Fella/DJMG) 0 SHAGGY Angel (MCA) MSSY ELLOTT Get Ur Freak On (GM/EastWest/EEG) KOFFEE BROWN After Party (Arista) 3 JAY -Z Change The Game (Roc- A- Fella/DJMG) 4 CRAZY TOWN Butterfly (Columbia) 5 JANET All For You (Virgin) 6 t's Over Now (Bad Boy /Arista) JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing (Epic). 8 OUTKAST Ms. Jackson (LaFace/Arista) 9 DR. DRE The Next Episode (Aftermath/ lnterscope) 0 MONCA Just Another Girl (Epic) SHAGGY t Wasn't Me (MCA) BEATNUTS No Escapin' This (Loud/Columbia) 3 DAFT PUNK One More Time (Virgin) 4 DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor (Columbia) 5 LUDACRS What's Your Fantasy (Def Jam South / DJMG) 6 JON B Don't Talk (Edmonds/Epic) NELLY E.!. (Fo' Reel /Universal) 8 DESTNY'S CHLD ndependent Women Part (Columbia) 9 K -C & JOJO Crazy (MCA) 30 XZBT X (Loud) 08 FNEST,- as D rro.k-`oorhie Wo//y" n6.f Columbia VANNMLNNNOVWORl, Queens, New York, home of some of the most innovative rappers, has been the centerpiece of hip -hop for nearly two decades. Now, for the first time, these stars have joined together to represent Queensbridge as LB Finest. Comprised of Nas, Capone. Mobb Deep, Tragedy, MC Shan, Marley Marl, Nature, Cormega and Millennium Thug, QBF's first mission is to turn you out with their debut single, "Oochie Wally." " Oochie Wally" is moving up the chart with such quick - ness that had to hurry and break it down before it grabbed the No. slot. ts racy lyrics and hypnotizing beat make this record a hit on all coasts. have to admit, wasn't fond of the record at first, but then again, didn't really listen. When heard it a second time, thought, "Daaamn," before hitting repeat on my CD player. 3 magine someone who makes you do things you wouldn't normally do or who taught you a few tricks in the bedroom that blew your mind - you'd be singing too. "He really, really worked my body /He really, really turned me out," says the hook. The guys take turns describing they way they sex their women, leaving them sprung and unconscious. "He really taught me how to work my body /He really taught me how to go down south." * QBF i and The Bravehearts' give new meaning to the word "bangin "' as they provocatively describe how to "beat the oochie up." Don't know what that means? Then you haven't experienced "Oochie Wally" and haven't had the pleasure of being aroused in way that brings tears to your eyes. " Oochie Wally" is an orgasmic hymn that intrigues all listeners with its erotic rhymes and mesmerizing arrangement. QBF do not hold back as they creatively entice your mind with an intriguing style that flows seductively. You can easily get addicted to this joint, even after you've heard it several times. As the song ends, the residue is there; you'll still be singing, "Oochie wally, wally /Oochie bang, bang." -Renee Bell Asst. CHR Editor 43 ',0e -,-530E$: N 3 CHR/Rhythmic Mix Show Reporters Contributing Stations KKSS/Albuquerque, NU KBOS/Fresno, CA KDON /Monterey-Salinas, CA KBMB /Sacramento, CA KOBT/Austin, TX KSEO/Fresno, CA WORT /New York, NY KSFM /Sacramento, CA KSV/Bakerstield, CA KK/Honolulu, H WNVZ /Norfolk, VA KTFM /San Antonio, TX WBHJ/Birmingham, AL KXME/Honolulu, H KOCH /Omaha, NE XHTZ/San Diego, CA WJMN/Boston, MA KBXX/Houston-Galveston, TX WPYO /Orlando, FL KMEL /San Francisco, CA KYLD/San Francisco, CA WBBM/Chicago, L KLUC/Las Vegas, NV KCAO /Oxnard-Ventura, CA KUBE/Seattle- Tacoma, WA KZFM/Corpus Christi, TX KPWR/Los Angeles, CA KKFR /Phoenix, AZ WLLD/Tampa, FL KPRR/E Paso, TX KXHT/Memphis, TN KXJM /Portland, OR KOHT/Tucson, AZ WJFX/Ft. Wayne, N WPOW/Miami, FL WWKX /Providence, R WPGC/Washington, DC KDGS (Power 93.9)/Wichita MD Jo Jo Collins been in this gaine for about years now, and have seen some highs and ows in my career. started working part-time at WCL in Carbondale, L while attending Southern llinois University. n 989 moved to Wichita for the first time and worked at KBUZ, then KKRD, where met Grec Williams, now PD of KDGS. left in 994 for personal reasons and to go back to my hometown of Chicago. got back in the game working for WEJM in Chicago and WPNT (now WNND), also in Chicago. Due to ownership changes, lost both jobs and went back to doing retai until a friend of mine told me that his sister station was looking for help. sent a tape to him and got hired to work part-tine, which eventually became full -time. The station was WDBR n Springfield, L. n May of 000 received a phone call from Greg Williams telling me that he got the PD gig at Power 93.9 and asking me if wanted to work for him. 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55 Wish(Jive) CHR/Rhythmic 53 March 3, 00 Most Played Recurrents TUNED -N R&R/MEDABASE 4/,... LUDACRS What's Your Fantasy(Def Jam South /DJMG) SHAGGY t Wasn't Me(MCA) 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) (Epic) DREAM He Loves U Not(Bad Boy /Arista) DESTNY'S CHLD ndependent Women Pt. (Columbia) MYA Case Of The Ex (Whatcha...) (University/nterscope) JA RULE F /CHRSTNA MLAN Between...(Murder nc. /Def Jam /DJMG) NELLY E..(Fo' Reel /Universal) PNK Most Girls(LaFace /Arista) DR. DRE The Next Episode(Aftermath /lnterscope) JAY -Z Big Pimpin'(Roc- A- Fella/DJMG) NELLY Country Grammar(Fo' Reel /Universal) R. KELLY AALYAH Try Again.(BlackGroundNirgin) DMX Party Up (Up n Here) (Ruff Ryders /DJMG) SSQO Thong Song(Dragon /Def Soul /DJMG) RUFF ENDZ No More(Epic) JAGGED EDGE Let's Get Married(So So Def /Columbia) DESTNY'S CHLD Jumpin' Jumpin'(Columbia) JUVENLE Back That Thang Up(Cash Money /Universal) CTY HGH What Would You Do? (lnterscope) MONFAH Brown Eyes (Universal) STCKY FNGAZ Ghetto (Universal) ' Going For Adds 3//0 KCAO /Oxnard- Ventura l lam BOBBY BROWN Don't Be Cruel H -FVE Like The Way (The Kissing Game) AL B. SURE f 'm Not Your Lover KARYN WHTE Secret Rendezvous FARTHER MC Everything's Gonna Be alright JODY WATLEY Don't You Want Me DGTAL UNDERGROUND Kiss You Back JAGGED EDGE Let's Get Married NAS f /GNUWNE You Owe Me MYA Free SNOOP DOGG Back Up Ho DOGG POUND What Would U Do FUNKMASTER FLEX /FATH EVANS Good Life JON B Don't Talk DJ QUK Tonight LUCYPEARL You COLOR ME BADD Wanna Sex You Up Peaches And Cream JOE/MYSTKAL Stutter DOGG POUND Let's Play House 4pm DRU HLL Tell Me BLACK EYED PEAS Request Line JOEL /MYSTKAL Stutter CHCO DEBARGE Talk To Me OB'S FNEST f /NAS Oochie Wally JON B Don't Talk SHADE SHEST Where Wanna Be DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor DJ 0K Pitch n On A Party DEBRA LAWS Very Special BEATNUTS No Escapin' This JT MONEY Hi -Lo BEATNUTS No Escapin' This LUDACRS Southern Hospitality WHHH/ndianapolis llam AALYAH Try Again SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before K -C & JOJO Crazy KOFFEE BROWN After Party JA RULE /LL' MO & VTA Put t On Me JENNFER LOPEZ Waiting For Tonight MUSQ Love NELLY E.. JON B Don't Talk JOEf /MYSTKAL Stutter ROCKWELL Somebody's Watching Me L'TRMM Cars With The Boom 4pm GNUWNE Pony TANK Maybe Deserve TRCK DADDY Take t To Da House NELLY Country Grammar DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor COOLO f /L. V. Gangsta's Paradise OLVA Bizounce R. KELLY Wish JOE f /MYSTKAL Stutter PAC f/dr. DRE California Love 8pm OUTKAST So Fresh, So Clean OLVA Bizounce MUSC Love LUDACRS Southern Hospitality PAC Until The End Of Time JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing R. KELLY Feelin' On Yo Booty DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor PROJECT PAT Chickenhead R. KELLY Fiesta JA RULE f /LL' MO & VTA Put t On Me Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Tuned -n is based on sample hours taken from Monday 3/. 00, R &R nc. A3.fr the Most Advallcedinleraclive Music Tool Avaliaftie For Your Business ax3,8 Mt ;^-,t,tle.6,,t;_mvx. F,. MUSC TRACKNG Access Over,000 Radio Station Playlists View Charts For Formats O N L N E "Track America ", R &R's Coast -To -Coast Chart Overview Custom'ze And Compare Airplay By Creating Your Own Charts Based On Stations You Select E -Mail or Call (30) 88-65

56 R &R March 3, 00 CHR/Rhythmic Playlists FND COMPLETE PLAYLSTS FOR ALL CHR/RHYTHMC REPORTERS ON R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG WKTU/New York () Blue/Geronimo. Cume,469, MODJO/Lady(Heac.. JENNFER LOPEZ/Love Doni Cost.. SNAGGY /Noel MARTN F /AGULERAMahody Wen.. TAMAStrenger n My Hogue DEBORAH COX/ Nonne Knew JANET /M For You DREAM/He Loves U Not DESTNY'S CHLDlSurviwr AZUL AZUL/La Rumba SAR6A PARS/LookAt Us ATC/Arrwrd im World.. MADOFNA/Don't Tell Me SHAGGyntWasnt Me MELANE CA Turn To You SAMAMHA MUMBA/Gotta Tell You DESTNY'S CHLD/ndependent DAFT PUNK/One More Time 'NSYNP/his Promise You 3LW/No More (Baby...) PNKMostGirls JOE F.MYSTKAL/Sluner UNASTACA''m Ou na Love DA BUZZ/Let Me Love You 'NSYNC/Bye Bye Bye ASHLEY BALLARDAONe LONEL RCHE/Angei ENROUE GLESASBe W th You PAM/Case D The Ex... AALYAHRry Again TON BRAXTON/He MYA/Free SAMANTHAMUMBABaby, 50NDUE/t Feels So Good Wasn't Man... NATALE COLE/Lwi. On Love OYNAMX/Don t Want... THALMtU My Parry Women... Coron Gar... FRENCH AFFAR/My Head Goes... HOUSTON & GLESAS/Could Have Ws. K- C&JOJ0 racy G WM) WOHT/New York Emmis () 9-99 Clohertyfraylor. Cume,48, OBFNESTF/NARDochieWay /s Over Now R. KELLY,,Festa 5 48 EVEAMO'sTlatGin JA RULE/LP/MO...Put t On Me 9 39 EVE/Let Me Blow Ya Mind 3 38 JAGGED EDGE/Promise JANET /M For You DJCLUEBack To Ole 3 38 LUDACR65oulhern Heop)almy SUNSHNE ANDERSON /Herdlt All Before 34 3 KAL4/Gncrunked Up CASEdilissogveu 3 36 PROJECT PAT/Chidrenhcad 38 3 JOE FMYSTKALStuller MEMPHSBLEEKAsThat Your Chick 9 30 MSSY ELLOTT/Gel Ur Freak On 6 30 a FATH EV.NSttant &Geve FUNKMASTER FLEX/Good Life 3 9 SNOOP DOGG/ay Low 9 9 LL'MO/Superwoman 9 8 JAY- /Gh4ngeThe Game 8 8 SNOOP DOGG/Snoop DO9g 6 JAY -F /R. KELLY/GuillyUnN_. 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Cume,38, NELLY/Ride W Me JA RULE/LL' MO../PUl t On Me MONCA/Just Another GU K -C 8JOJO/Crazy R. KELLY/Fiesta EVEWlps That Girl JANET /AOForYou SHAGGY /Moe DESTNY'S CHLDSurvnor LUDACRSAWhat's Your FaOOW CASH MONEY./Project Chick JENNFER LODE/Love Don't CosL. MYSTKAL F/NVEMDerger (Bean So...) ONKASTMS.Jackson 3LW/NO More (Baby.. JAGGED EDGE/Promise JAY- Z/JuslWanna Love... ATC/Around The World. JOE FMYSTKALStutter TYRESEA like Them Girls DREAM/He Loves MYAPree Not DESTNY'S CHLDAndependentWomen_. DREAM/This s Me JENNFER LOPEZ/Play MYA/Case Of The Ex... SHAGGY / Wasn't Me AALYAH/Try Again EDEN'SCRUSH/Get Over Yourself MARTN F /AGULERA Nobody Wants... PNK/Most Girls DR. DRE/The Ned Epsode KANDBon Think e, Not CRAZY TOWN/Butterfly JA RULE F /C. MLANBetween Me And You NELLY/Couetry Grammar R. KELLY / Wish LENNY KRAVTZ/Again DAFT PUNK/One More Time MONTELLJORDAN /Getlt On...Tonio G KMEL/San Francisco (45) Martin/Aure. 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SONOUbSw EVEAWYS That Girl ROBN f OX/ See Stars SLK( THE SHOCKER/That's Cool SONOUEAt Feels SoGood G loon) B JOE FMYSTKAVShmer JA RULE/LL' MO.. /Put t On Me SHAGGY /Angel FREDROSTAANShining Through JON 8/Doo (Talk JANET /Nlfor You 0C & JOJO/Crazy MOS DEFNATE 000G/Oh No NELY/Oldo WT Me OUTKASTMS.Jadson OLVABizounre BEATNUT544o ESO0pki This DESTNY'S CHLD/Survivor 03 FNESTFHAS/OoehieWly LUDACRSSOWreranHaspitali y JAGGED EDGE/Promise TRCK DADDY/Take t To Da House GNUWNE/There his GRAN TOWNBUey JENNFER LOPELLove Don't Cost... SHAGGY /t Wasn't Me MONCA/Just Another Girl JA RULE F/C. ML ANBetween Me And You 0UKAST/So Fresh. So Clean DR. DRE/The Next Episode JAY -LRig Pimpin' MYNCas4OTThe Ex_. OESTNYSCHLD/Jumpin Jumpin' SNOOP DOGGAay Low RUFF ENDLNO More LUDACRSANhat's Your Fantasy KOFFEE BROW WAlter Party JAY -L Just Wanne Love_. DESTNY'S CHLD /ndependent Wilton.. PNK/Mom Girls SHADESHESTANhere WannaBe DA BRAT F/TVRESE/Whát'chu Like AALYAH/TryAgain NELLVBountly Grammar SSOONtrargSorg G (000) 88/ PLATS lw Tw (OM G fi LUDACRSSodbem Hospital. 50 SNOOP D0GGAay Low 5390 NELLY/Ride Wit Me 4630 JA RULE/LL' MO_/PUt On Me 4440 JOEFMYSTKAUSUtte 90 K -Cl &JO O/C aw 000 R. KELLY/ WSh 980 KURUPTF/NATE DOGGBeDD4 TheWalls 0 MYSTKAL FNVEA'Danger (Been So...) 030 M0S DEF/NATE DOGG/Ob No 6840 PHLLYSMOSTWANTED/Croosllw Border 6650 JAGGED EDGE/Promise 60 XZBT4 550 SHAGGY /Angel EMNEM/DruD Ballad PACBmilThe End O.. FREDROSTARR/Sbming Through DESTNY'S CHLD /ndependent Women_. JAY -Z8 Just Manna Love... NELLY/E. OBFNEST F/NAS/Oochie Wally ORWSTMs. Jackson JAY- Bhznge The Game LUDACRSAVhat's Your Fantasy 3990 OLVA/30ounce 360 JANET /All For You 360 SNOOP O0CG/Snoop -, OOgg 340 JON BDOnt Talk 330 MEMPHS BLEEK/s Thal Your Chick 330 CASE/Mlseng You 330 MSSYELLOTT /Get Ur Freak On 660 JA RULE F/G.MLMNBetween Me And You 40 JAGGED EDGE/Lett Get Married 40 a TYRESEA LlkeThem Girls 900 JUVENLE/Back That Thaw Up 0 TRCK DADDY/fake t To Da House 50 DESTNYSCHLD/JumpaiJUmpirr 50 JAY -Z FM. KELLY/G udy Ua DR. DRF/The Ned Episode 330 CAM'RONW bet Mears ARTSTRTLE NELLY/Ride WO Me 3 4 LUDACRSSOuthern Hospitality JOE FMYSTKALStutteT BLACK EYED PEAS/Reguest Line 3 4 JONBDOn't Talk 36 4 OBFNEST FMAS/Oochie Wally MONCA/Just Another Girl 43 3 JA RULE/LL' MO../Put t On Me 3 3 TRCK OAODY/TakeltTo Da House 3 36 KOFFEE BROWN/After Party 8 36 MYSTKAL F/NVEA/Darger(Been So...) /ß's Over Now EVE/WhosThatGirl WYCLEFJEAN/Peded Gentleman BEATNUTSMoEsrapie Th's 3 95 JANET/AP For You 35 TAMASranger n My House 3 34 CUBAN LNK/Still TeTirg Lies SHAGGY/MO 3 33 XZBT/X 9 3 R4LLYS MOST WANTED/Cross The Border 34 3 PNK/You Make Me Sick 3 9 PAGUn5 The End Of JAGGED EDGE/Promise 33 8 OLVNBisunce 9 8 CASE/Missing YOu 34 8 CARL THOMAS/Emotional 9 8 WU -TANG CLAN/Gravel PO - DESTNY'S CHLD/Sur/vor 6 DREAMMe Loves U Not 5 FREDROSTMRShbing Though 6 RYTBene 0' Same or 4 5 BACKSTREETBOYS/the Call 8 3 JPHEMDoub N& 3 DANTETHOM/SF/PRASMiss California 4 DAENMpDat 3 GNLWNEOhere t s 9 0 OLRSDERZ4 LFE/Not Enough 8 9 SUNSHNE ANDERSON/Heard #04ore 5 6 WONGWe Got What You Want G (500)

57 Urban Playlists March 3, 00 R &R 55 FND COMPLETE PLAYLSTS FOR ALL URBAN REPORTERS ON R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG MARKET #3 mutter 05 WBLS/New York nner City () Brown/Womack 4 Cume,0,600 PLATS ARTSTRTLE 3 6 MS09.we 4 59 CASE/Missing You G (000) t's Oven Now KOFFEE BROWN/After Pry DAVE HOLLSTEWDneWoman Man R.KELLYA Don't Mean t DONELLJONES/hiSLY' JAHEM/Could t Be JAGGED EDGE/Promise AVANT/My First Love JON B/Don't Talk SHAGGY /Wásn't Me JOE FMYSTKALSUner CARL THOMAS/Emotional JLL SCOTT /Along Walk PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT/Man AinlStppue JANET /Al FOrYOU 8 5 FUNKMASTER FLEX/Good Lite SUNSHNE ANDERSON/Heard llall Before DESTNYSCHLD/SoorWor DESTNY'S CHLDAndeperdenlWmlm MAXWELL/Gel To KnowYa OLNABiounce GNWNE/Ther0 t MUSO/Just Friends (Sunny) CARL THOMAS..JCOM.COWWOrkl a YRESEn Like Dub Girt NDOURENdeo TONBRAXT0N8dobe R. KELLY /A W0nW SThreel 80 KKBT/Los Angeles Radio One (33) Fuller. Come,36, G (000 JOE F/MYSTKA/5luner 3940 MUSOLae 8080 JARULELCMO../Pu t On Me 540 JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 540 LUDACRS5ouWn HOSpialily 000 MYSTKAL FMVENOanger (Been So_.) 6460 KOFFEE BROWN/After Party 4300 KURUPTFMATE DOGS/Behind The Walt 360 /5 Over Now 600 JAY- Z/JUSWanna Love LUCYPFARUYOO 9440 MUSO/JUS Friends (Sunny) 8900 SUNSHNE ANOERSONMeard llall Before W 8360 SHAGGY /t Wasn't Me 80 TAMASrmger n My House 80 OUTKAST/5o Fresh, So Clean 600 MSSY ELLOTT/Get Ur Freak On 50 ERYKAH BADWDidn'l Cha Kmw 4040 SNOOP 000G4ayLow 4040 DESTNY'SCHLD/SuvivOr 40 JANET /NFooYou FNESTFMASOacneWAUy 880 JAVZCharpeTOeGame 90 /Peaches/ad Cream 560 STYNE FS. LEVY/Bonnie 8 Shyne 560 JAYZF.KELLY /Guilt' Unlit JAGGED EDGE/LHAGel Married 6480 JAGGEDEDGFNralrise 6480 EVEMmkThatG WGCl/Chicago (3) SmitwAen. Cume 93,900 }.iwellbo.ime l"e"'/-c -we Nay the iö' A6TSTRTLE G ( MUSCLU.e SUNSHNE ANDERSON/Heard f All Before MYSTKALF/NVENDangerl Been SO...) R. KELLYAOolt Mean t R. KELLYMesta COFFEE BROWN/After Party JLL SCOTT /A LOhg Walk JARULE/LL' MO._/Put en Me JOE FMYSTKAVSUner JAGGED EDGE/Promise /AS 30 JANET For You MUSO/JUSt Friends (Sunny) BA/Soul SSa 4 3 ERYKAH 8ADWDidn't Cha Know JONB/DontTalk /'5 Over Now JAY- Z/JUS Wanna Love_ DESTNY'S CHLD/Survivor TANK/Maybel Deserve 68 MAXWELL/Get TO KnowYA NDAAREMdee TAMA/Stranger n My House CARL THOMAS/Emotional PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT/Mr AhtSuppose DAVE HOLLSTER/One Woman Man 8 5 a TYRESU Léa Them Girls 5 4 R.KELLY /A Woman's Threat 9 4 DONNEMCCLURKNAVOFall Dawn 9 4 NE/GAMNS, 3 4 OUTKASTRAt.Jackson WPH/Philadelphia Radio One (5) Devoe/George. Cume 399,500 LW W LUDACRSSeuawn ospnalily JAGGEDEDGE/Promse MYSTCAL F/NVEN anger (Bees So-) MUSO,4me MEMPHS BLEEK/s met Your Chick SUNSHNE ANDE RS NMeardlt All Before EVE/Who's That Girl JA RU LE/L MD.. /Put t On Me MUSO/Glrl Ned Door JOE F/MYSTKAUStlmer OB FNEST FMAS/Ooceie Wally DESTNY'S CHLD/Survidr JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk TANK/Maybe Deserve CASE/Missing Yea /lt's Over Now JAY- ZAJUSWanoa Love... LL BOW WOW../Puppy Love FUNKMASTER FLUX/Good He MSSY 640 T /Gel Ur Freak On EVE/Let Me BlowVa Mind SLKKTHE SHOCKEMat's Cool /Peaches And Cream JANET /All For You CONZ/Get Cranked Up JA RULE F/C. MLLAN/Bebaen Me And You PHLLYS MOSTWMTEO/Cross The Border JON B/05Talk TRCK OADDY/Fake t To Da House MEMPHS BLEEK/DOMy... G ( WUSL/Phila delphia (5) Cooper. Cume 699,800 ARTSTRTLE G ( MUSDLove JLLSCOTT /A Long Valk JAGGEDEDGE/Promise TANKMáyOe Deserve SUNSHNEANDERSONMeard ltall Before SLKK THESHOCKEMtaT's Cool 4 40 JA RULE/LL' MO. /Put t On Me )t'sover Now FNEST F /NASMochie Wally 3 36 MUSO/Gid 00 Door CARL THOMASÆmOOOral 6 34 CASE/Missing You R. KELLY/ Dorfft Mean l DJ CLUE/63CNTe Lite 9 a GNUWNE There s 33 EVENOm's That Girl 4 NDWARENdeo 3 3 R. KELLY/The Greatest Sex 6 MSSY ELLOTT/Gel Ur Freak On 0 0 JAHEWCOUd Be 4 9 DESTNY'S CHLDSurvivor 6 MEMPHS BLEEK/S That Your Chick BLALSoul Sisla MEMPHS BLEEK/DO My... MYSTKAL/Shake Ya Ass MYSTCAL F/NVEADanger (Been So_.) STYNE FAT, LEVY/Bonnie 8 Shyne OLVA8 lalte NO0LEST0N You Really.. - a JANET /A Foe You MARNET # KBFB/Dallas -F. Worth Radio One (4) Johnson/Kelly. Cume 40, ARTSTRTLE G (000) LUDACRS/Sou here l OSOilaliry 543 JARULE/LL' MO..JP t On Me 5335 KOFFEE BROWN/Alter Party 453 SUNSHNE ANDERSON/Heard t M Oetore 453 PROJECT PAT/Chicken read 4656 CASE/Missing You 468 GNUWNE/rhere t s 468 OUTKAS/Se Fresh. So Clean 404 DESTNYS CHLD/Survivor 3686 R.KELLY/Fesa 30 DJ CLUE/Back To Life 304 TELADyet Byel Hater! 300 MSSY ELLOTT/Gel Ur Freak On 90 JANET /N For You 90 LL BOWWOW./Puppy LOW 90 JONBDOntTak 83 JOE FMYSTKAL/Slu0er 6 S KK TFE SHOCKER/RaS Cool 69 XZBTM 69 MEMPHS BLEEKAS That Your Chick 45 EVEWOOO That Girl 38 0' Oyer Now 3 TAMASranger n My House 34 CON/Get Crunked Up 03 R. KELLY/Feelin On but.. 03 LU ZANE/None Tonight 940 JAHEM/Caud t Be 46 OBFNESTFMASOOChi0 Wall/ 649 TRCK DADDY/Take lib Da House 55 MYSTKALFMVEAJOanger(Been Se WKYS/Washington, DC Radio One (30) 306- Huckaby/Lisa 4 Cume 64,00 KKOA/OallasF0. Worth Service (9) Cheatham. Cume 50, A6TSTRTLE G (ON) MUSO/LOve 3990 TANK/Maybe Deserve 8 SUNSHNE ANDERSONLHePrdltA.l Betire 6963 JAGGED EDGE/Promise 6506 :ASe/Mt.4ng You JA RULE/LU MO.../Put t On Me DESTNOSCHL05urvrva TAMNSranger n My House R. KELLY/le Greatest Sex R. KELLY/Feelin' On Your.. LUDACRSSOUm Hospitality 08 FNEST FMAS/0ochie Wally PAC/Untd The End D... JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk GNUWNERnere s WHTAAtlanta Radio One (404) B/Cameron/Debraux YOLANDAADAMS/Open My Hean PROECTPAT/Chickenhead JOE FMYSTKALSUner LUJON.. /Jus(ABitch AVANT/My First Loa MYSTKALFMVEA/Danger(Been So...) 96 R. KELLV/Fresa 05 LL BOW WOW. /Puppy Love 0054 KOFFEE BROWN/Alter Party 69 C-MURDERDOwn For My No 69 JANET /MFaYou 3 OUREASTSOFresh. So Clean 6398 AALYAMry Again 594 NELLY/Counlry Grammar 594 NELLY/E Cume 4,500 ddt9.5 WDTJ /Delrolt Radio One (33) Spodd/Sunny. Cume 59, Gr 800) LUDACRSSOdhern espilaliy 68 MYSTKALFMNEA/ angel (Been So...) 600 JARULEAL'MO../P OnMe 553 JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 495 JAGGEDEDGE/Promise 4685 OLRKAST/SO Fresh, So Clean 448 TANK/Maybe Deserve 45 KOFFEE BROWN /Aker Pally 0680 CASEMissirpYou 989 SHAGGY/t Wasn't Me 96 MSSY ELLOTT/Gel Ur Freak On 9345 JAY- UCharpe The Game 9345 EVEWNOS That Gill FNEST FMAS/000he Wally 88 GRL/WNE/There t s 8 JON BDOdTalk 8 MLSOhae 8 CARL THOMAS/Emolbnal 800 JOE F/MVSTKAJSUOer 46 JAHEM/Coud l Be STYNE F/B. LEVY/BonnieS Shyne 46 TRCK DADDY/rake t Te Da House 09 SUNSHNE ANDERSONMeard t All Before 694 LU ZANEMOne Ton Olt 560 OESTNYSCHLDSurvivor 560 DRTYMB Da Floe 5340 SLKKTHESHOCKER/Thats Cool 5340 ' Over Now 503 JANET /All For You 503 JATZ / Just Wanna Love WVEE/Atlanta nfinity (404) Brown/Love. Cume 68,508 MARKET # WJLB /Detroit (33) Saunders/Xelley. Come 53, ARTSTRTLE LUDACRSSetoth rn Hospitality MUSDAo/e R. KELLY/The GreatestSex OUTKAST/SO Fresh, So Dean R. KELLY/Fedln OeYour... R. KELLY/baste JA RULE/LU MO../PO t On Me JAGGED EDGE/Prpmse JAYZ/Change The Game OB FNEST F/NASDOCie Wally TAE/Maybe Deserve MEMPHS BLEEKDo My.. GNWNE/6ere lls KOFFEE BROWN/Alter Party MUSD/Just Friends (Sunny) SHAGGY/l Waoo' Me /N0ver Now MSSY ELLOTT/Get Ur Freak On TALO ((WELPH TEKRhe Blast MEMPHS BLFEK/SThaYGUr Chick CASE/dH0 pyou TAMUStrarper n My House 50480Y0 Can Tel SNOOPDOGGSrwap Doge DAVE HOLLSTERDne Woman Man JAY -Wxkeq Lot Pimp CARL THOMAS/Sumner Rain CARLTH0MASeEmo0Oml S W ( THE SHOCKER/That Cod JAY Z FM. KE LLY/Ga fly LA8... G MARKET # WEDR/Miami WEDR - MM` Cox (305) 63 - Hollywood. Cume 63,000 *ma.?, ámr/aa4 An r, WBOT /Boston Radio One (6) 4 - Martinez. Cume 53,300 PUYS LUDACRSSOahem Ospitaliy COFFEE BROWN/Arta Party JA RULE/L/ MO. /Put t On Me MUSO/Love JLL SCOTT /A Lap Walk JOE F/MYSTKAL5tu 0e SUNSHNEANDERSONMeard t N Before OUTKASTSo Fresh, So Clean EVE/Who'That Girl MYSTKAL F/NVENDanger (Been So...) TANK/Maybe Deserve MSSY ELLOTT/GNU Freak On JAGGED EDGE/Promise JON 6/Don't Talk TMBALAND 8 MAGOO /Drop JANET /AP For You /Peaches And Cream. FUNKMASTER FLEX/Good' -de NDAMENden ní'5 Over Now SNOOP DOGG/Lay Low DESTNY'S CHLDSurvNor DLWV8 purce SHAGGY/tWasn't Me GRL/WNE/There t s SAW HOLLSTER/One Woman Man R. KELLY/Fesa JAY -/ Just Wanna Love.... MEMPHS BLEE K/s Thal Your Chick NELLYE.. KAT/St. Louis (34) Atkins/Anthony /DejaVu. Come 94,400 MARKET #9 G 000) C9 09 PLATS ARTSTRTLE G (000) SUNSHNE ANDERSON/Heard t ABefore 89 JOE F/MYSTKALStutter 493 LUDACRSSoumern HOSpiality 680 JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 6 /t's Over Now 449 TAMAStranger n My House 4406 ERYKAH BADUR/dnl Cla Know 3034 MUSO/LOve 69 COFFEE BROWN/After Pary 39 JA RULE/LL' MO..JPU t On Me 39 OUTKA0TSO Fresh. So Clean 39 JAY / JON Wan na Love DESNYSCHLO/SUNnor 096 SHAGGY/n Wasn't Me 090 CASE/Missing You 898 OB FNESTFMAS4bclie Wally 855 MYSTCAL FMVEADanger( Been So...) 855 MSSY ELLOTT /Gel Ur Freak On 83 JON9/Donl Talk 83 TANK/Maybe Deserve 83 GNUWNERhere t s 546 YOU JANET /AFor 546 K- C8JOO/Wanna Do You Right 6860 EVEMmol itsgirl 6860 STYNE F/B, LEVY/Bonnie B Shyne 6860 PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENTMan hnl Suppose.. 65 FUNKMASTER FLDVGood Life 64 LL BOWWCW./PUppy Love 64 EVE/Let Me Blow Ya Mind 583 SYLEENAJOHNS0W Am Yam Woman 583 W Tw ARTSTRTLE G l000( MEMPHS BLEEK/S That Your Chick 68 G lr EVEMmoh The 595 LUDACRSSaGhem Hospidhry 5309 JARULEL'MO.. /Put On Me 4580 PROJECTPAT/Clkckenlwad 433 / Over Now 433 JAGGED EDGE/Premise 385 OBFNESTFMASDocnie Wally 8 SUNSHNE ANDERSONMeard 60 Before 9963 KOFFEE BROW WAner Pony 90 TRCK DADDY/fake l To Ua House 934 OUR(ASTSo Fresh. So Clean 899 MSSY ELLOTT/Get Ur Freak On 899 JOE FMYSTKAUStuner 848 CONLSe6Cmnked Op 8505 JAEMTAUM t Be 86 JAY- /Charpethe Game 6 MASTER P/Beut Dal 6 JONRDonl Talk 6804 BOWWOW./Pulpy Lore 6804 NELLYMideWl Me 638 SLKK THESHOCKER/FNTS Cod 638 TAMAStran9er n MY H JANET /MFor You 583 BACKBON6/Frve Deuce Four Tre 5589 OLNNBiWnce 503 JTMONEYMFLO 503 STYNE FS. LEVY/Bonnie Shyne 4860 JAY -ZA Jun Warm Love CO- ENSummb'OnU MUSDLoen 344 TANKAaybe Deserve DESTNY'S CHLD/Survivor JARULEAL' MO.../Put t On Me JAGGEDEDGE/AmNSe 3 35 R. KELLY/FeakOOnYour JLL SCOR /A Lang Walk 6 3 OUTKAST/SO Fresh, So Clean 3 3 JANET /MFOr YOo 3 9 YOANDAADAMS/pen My Head 35 9 TAMNSbanger n My House or (000) KOFFEE BROWN/Alter Party PROJECTPAT/CNOkenhead MYSTKAL FMVTANanger (Been So...) 64 5 NDLAARENieo 5 9 AVANT/My Rrsl Lave BGMOF/BUre Baby OBFOESTF/NASDOChieWally 8980 N 9 JAGGEDEDGEAefs Get Married TR(GKDADOYReke BTo Da House LLSOWWOW../Puppy Love RAEEM4WLNew CON/Gel Dunked Up OUTKASTMs.Jaclsen TYNESE/LleoThenGids 635 a 5 4 %BL ;PNNOUNCEMENT/ManAhOSWpase ERYKAHBAmLßaplady 686 B 4 6:LLYPRKENOUShaAdc DESTNYSCHLD/SayMyName R.KELLYAWish 583 LW W B 30 / ts D 3 ARTET /TLE 000) JAGGED EDGF/PrON0e 086 JOE F/MYSTKA/SWller 9803 SUNSHNEANOERSON/HenrdllAll Betire 9803 AVANT/My First Love 64 TANK/Maybe!Deserve 64 JANET /AP For You 556 TRCK DADDY/Take lt To Da House 5456 PACMrnh The End Of MYSTCAL FMVEAAtanger (Been Se...) 354 JLLSCOTT /A long Walk 354 EVE/Who's That Girl 304 KOFFEEBROWWAfter Party 066 a DM4NoSunshine 066 TAMWSmper n My House 043 MAXWELL/GetToKmwYa 9660 OBFNESTFMABgochMWaly 9660 DESTNYSCHLD/Suviwr 9660 PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENTManbniSuppwe JESSE POWELV 8694 LUDACRSSOUmwn Hospitality 8694 MSSYELLOTT /Gel Or Freak On 45.0-N BDonl Talk 45 LU(EApicop 45 SLKKTHE SHOCKER/EWTS Cool 45 CASE/Missing You JAY -Z FM. KELLY/Guiny WW... BEENE MAN FMYA/Girls Dom Sugar DAVE HOLLSTER/OneWoman Man CONZSei Cranked Up OUTKAST/So Fresh, So Dean ARTST/TOLE TANKMaybe Desery MASTER Pitfall Dat NELYAUVO Me JAY- /FhOCanl Be Life TAMAStranger n My House OUTKASTSO Fresh, So Clean 8BALL8 MJG/BUCk Bounce JAGGED EDGE/Ponce SLKK THE SHOCKEMhall Cool LUBACAS/Ho LUDACRSSouthem Hospilaley JANET/All FO You PROJECT PAT/Cllidtenhead OBFNEST FMAS/Ooehe Wally EVENh.'s That Girl ERYKAH BADUAlidn t Cha Knew MLSOA-ove MYSTCAL FMVEADanger (Been 50,.) MSSY ELLOTT/Gei Ur Freak On JrMONEYAf LO JA RULE/LL MO.. /Pu00 Me MEMPHS BEEKAs Thal Your Chick JOE F/MYSTKALSWer TRO% DADDY/Take t To Da House LSDAARENde0 AVANT/My First love R. KELLY /A#bmwrMent LL'.KM../.hstABOCh SYGNARE/RW Rain NELLYMkeWAMe G 000) WFUN/S. Louis Radio One (34) Fox 4 Cume 6, B ARTSTRTLE MARKET #9 JARULE/LL MO.. f On Me LUDACRS/SOmhein aspialiy MLSDLove OUTKASTSO Fresh, So Chan JAGGED EDGEPmmise PROJECT PAT/Chicke head TANK/Maybe Desery BBALL B M)OBuck Pounce 08 FNEST FAASDochle Wally DESTNYS CHLD/Surviver JTMONEWH -Lo MSSY ELLOTT/Get Ur Freak On RLAN HP 80e ANO ROB SUNSHNE ANDERSON/Heard 8 Oelore EVE/Let Me Blow Ya Mind JAY- ZJChanGe The Game MYSTKAL FM VENDarlOer (Been So...) EVE/Who's That Girl SLKK THE SHOCKER/That's Cool COFFEE BROWNAnet Party SHNE FB. LEVY/Bonne 8 Shyne OLVM3Nounce JANET /AB For You ERYKAH BADWDidnt Cha Know LL ZANEMOne Tonight JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk NDAARE/Video R. KELLY/Feelin On Your... LL 80W WOW..Ruppy Love MEMPHS BLEEK/DO My.. MASTER PAO000 Dai Si MOO) WTMP/Tampa Tampa (83) Steele/Money. 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LEVY/Bonnie S SOpee CASEMissingYou OLVWBmunce MONCNJ TAmrotnerGM JA RULE/LL' MO.. /Put On Me Y /Angel MUSKALove CMELNSporsor wamo 06)AMM,Z- SUNSHNE ANDERSON/Heard N Before K -C BJ WO/WanOa Do YOU Right JON B/DOT Talk PNK/You Make Me Sick TALBMWEVH TEK/The Blast OB FN EST F/NAS/Oochie Wally EVF/Whot That Did TRCK DADDY/fakelt To Da Noun NELLYMde Wt Me LL BOW WO W./PoPDT Love C06/GetCmnked Up LU ANF/None Tonight RL/GOOOLove P6LCANNOUNCEMENTM0n0nTSuppose... PROJECTPAT/ChickenheaZ CHANTE'MOORE/Bitter G (OW) WENZ/Cleveland Radio One (6) 59 - Paolon/Sylk. Cume 348,00 Purs ASTSnLE G (000) LUDACRSSoumwn.0spiallly KOFFEE BROWN/Ahe Party CASE/Missing You JARULE/LL'MO../Put t On Me JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk MYSTKAL FMVFNDenger (Been So...) JOEFMYSTKASU6er R. 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58 56 R &R March 3, 00 WALT LOVE Urban PART ONE OF A TWO -PART SERES WRBO Builds A Solid Foundation Memphis station continues its rapid rise in the ratings This week and next present a very unique story about Urban Oldies WRBO -FM/Memphis. - There are 3 radio stations vying for some part of the African- American listening audience in Memphis, and WRBO is No. in several demographics. According to Arbitron, Memphis' black + population is estimated to be approximately 393,600 people, which is 40% of the total population of 95,00. Memphis is a market that's known for its love of music in general, but there is a special place in the hearts of its residents for all the different genres of black music (R &B, blues, gospel, jazz, etc.). The heritage station in the market is the very first black -formatted radio station in the country, WDA -AM, which is always at the top of the Memphis ratings. So the rise and the staying power of WRBO are a true testimony to filling a hole in the market. Filling A Hole Tony Yoken is President/GM of Barnstable Broadcasting's Memphis Radio Group. Currently the group has three stations - WRBO, Country WGKX and Classic Hits WSRR - but a fourth will be added in five to seven weeks. Yoken discusses WRBO's history: "n all markets you am going to find heritage radio stations, and in this market you're talking about WDA. What that station has done in this market over the past 5 or 5 years is incredible and a story unto its own. "When first came into this market, which is almost years ago, one of the first people met was [Gospel WLOK -AM owner] Art Gilliam. came from programming, and Art has been kind enough and concerned enough to mentor me from a management standpoint. Looking at what he's accomplished goes to show you that there is opportunity in Memphis if you' ve got the right program and the right product and you do it the right way. You can succeed." WLOK ranks fourth in the market + with a 5.9 share. "As we started kicking around possible format opportunities, especially when the government got into deregulation around '95 or '96, we were looking at the possibility of Tony Yoken being able to go from two FM stations to potentially finding a third," Yoken continues. "We were involved in a research piece for our Classic Hits station, and we found out we had plenty of room to grow and that we were on the right track. But the project also showed us there were two huge holes in the market. One of them was Urban AC, and the other was R&B Oldies. `Back in '9, if memory serves me correctly, KJMS changed hands, and whoever owned it at that time changed it to Urban AC, which filled that hole. Time went on while we sat back knowing that something could be done with the R &B Oldies approach. "n late spring of '9 we were able to put the deal together to acquire the 03.5 signal, which at that time was operating for the New Albany and Tupelo, MS area, about 5 miles southeast of Memphis. After dealing with all of the technical things, we were able to launch that radio station in the Memphis market on June 8, 998 with the R &B Oldies format. And we've never looked back.". "We had heavy imaging with Memphis: the Memphis artists, the Memphis heritage, the Memphis music culture. But we go way beyond that now, so that we're hitting Philadelphia, DC and Chicago and the sounds from those cities."./6. Something Special "We knew we had something that was going to be special," Yoken says. "We certainly had a lot of hope that the marketplace would respond to the Memphis flavor, which was very specific to the Stax heritage from Memphis." The famous Stax Record Company was started by legendary record "There is opportunity in Memphis if you've got the right program and the right product and you do it the right way. You can succeed." executive Al Bell and was based in Memphis. t started with artists such as Otis Redding; The Bar -Kays; The Staple Singers; Eddie Floyd; Rufus Thomas (who was also -3 DJ at WDA); his daughter, Carla Thomas; saac Hayes; and The Soul Children, just to name a few. The label was built on local talent from Memphis back in the 960s. "We had heavy imaging with Memphis: the Memphis artists, the Memphis heritage, the Memphis Music culture," Yoken continues. "But we go way beyond that now, so that we're hitting Philadelphia, DC and Chicago and the sounds from those cities. Arguably, some of the finest, most -popular and everlasting classic music ever made during our time, and probably for all time, is the rhythm and blues music that the entire world got into. "Research indicated that we had a top -five 5-54 radio station, and we felt that if we did some things the right way, we might be able to inch it up there a little bit more. Our PD, Henry Nelson, and knew we had something good, something that was going to go up very quickly. The CEO of our rukbtl lilt ANtKYAKTY... t's on after this pic is snapped! Arista West Coast rep Clifford Russell brought by Divine Mills /Arista recording artists Koffee Brown. While the duo spent a few hours hangin' with the R &R staff, Asst. Urban Editor Tanya O'Quinn tried to come up with a subtle way to get the attention of K.F. member Fonz. Seeing as she's impatient, she body - slammed him after this pic was taken and asked him out. The court date is set for mid -ApriL Pictured during happier times are (t -r) Russell, Fonz, O'Quinn, K.F.s Vee and R &R Sales Rep Robert Taylor. J RECORDS N THE HZHOUSE! J Records recording artist Olivia (l) visited with R &R Urban Editor Walt Love and taped his show, The Countdown With Walt Baby Love. The beautiful young singer is promoting her hot single "Bizounce." Memphis operation at the time, David Gingold, who's been with Barnstable since its inception, sat back like a Cheshire cat and knew this was going to be the No. station out of the box. "When we started to see the monthly trends in summer '98, it was scary, but in a fun kind of way. What has happened over the last six or eight months is even more incredible, because we've been able to push the needle and develop a loyalty factor, and we very quickly put mots down in the community that have helped us from a ratings performance analysis." Ratings Leader WRBO has been No. + for two consecutive books. n summer 000 WRBO ranked first with an 8. share, and in fall 000 it remained the leader with an 8.. WHRK (K9), which usually holds down the No. ranking in the market, dropped a bit, from.8 to.6. nterestingly, five Urbanformatted stations are in the top six, with WDA in third, WLOK in fourth and KJMS sixth. Among persons 8-34, WRBO ranks sixth with a 6.0. The station is No. among persons 8-49 with a 9.3 and persons 5-54 with a the only station in the 5 =54 demo in double digits (the tçvo closest stations are a little over_a.0 share). WRBO is even No. tsmong 5-49s with a 0. - again 'be only station in that demo in double digits. Among 5-54s, WRBO had a 0.4 share in the Mon. -Fri., pm- midnight time slot The best any competitor can do in the evenings is pull in a little over a 9 share. WRBO is very competitive, to say the least, in other day - parts n the afternoon (3 -pm) the station improved from 9. to 0.8. WRBO just misses double digits in middays, climbing The only daypart in which 'RBO doesn't place first is morning drive; it comes in third with 8.6, but that's even up two full shares. "This is very interesting from a listening standpoint," Yoken says. "Some of the most brilliant programming minds that we work with haven't quite figured this one out, knock on wood. WRBO made ratings gains in + and 5-54, but our Urban competitors haven't really lost any share performance over this period of time. n some cases they've actually grown share performance, and that's just incredibly unique about African- American listenership in this particular market.. 'm not knowledgeable enough about other markets where you have winning Urban- formatted stations, but in this market everyone is doing well." Next week: Yoken talks about WRBO from an advertising standpoint.

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61 LAST THS WEEK WEEK ARTST TTLE LABELS) TOTAL +- GROSS WEEKSON TOTAL STATONS/ MPRESSONS CHART ADDS Added ARTSTTRE LABEL(S) 3 0 MUSO Love (Def Soul /DJMG) /0 TYRESE Like Them Girls (RCA) TANK Maybe Deserve (BlackGround) KOFFEE BROWN After Party (Arista) JA RULE F/LL' MO AND VTA Put t... (Murder nc. /Def Jam /DJMG) /0 4 64/ 9/0 ADDS DMX No Sunshine (BlackGround) 5 TOYA Do (Arista) 6 MONFAH Brown Eyes (Universal) 9 SYLEENA JOHNSON Am Your Woman (Jive) 6 8 JOE F/MYSTKAL Stutter (Jive) /0 WHO YOU CALLN' COUNTRY Sham (Freeworld/Capitol) 9 Q SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before (Soulife/Atlantic) /0 DONNE MCCLURKN We Fall Down (Verity) 9 Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) 8 LUDACRS Southern Hospitality (Def Jam South /DJMG) /0 TALB KWELH TEK The Blast (Rawkus/Priority) 8 8 JLL SCOTT A Long Walk (Hidden Beach /Epic) /0 PAC Until The End... (Amaru/Death Row /nterscope) 9 JAGGED EDGE Promise (So So Def /Columbia) /0 LL' WAYNE Everything (Cash Money /Universal) OUTKAST So Fresh, So Clean (LaFace/Arista) / , JANET All For You (Virgin) / 0 EVE Who's That Girl (Ruff Ryders /nterscope) /0 3 3 JON B Don't Talk (Edmonds /Epic) /0 4 CO CASE Missing You (Def Soul / DJMG) /0 e DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor (Columbia) /0 n Q GNUWNE There t s (Epic) / 9 m PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT Man Ain't Suppose To Cry (RCA) /0 8 TAMA Stranger n My House (Elektra/EEG) /0 OB FNEST F/NAS Oochie Wally (Columbia) /3 OLVA Bizounce (J) MYSTKAL F/NVEA Danger / 66/0 Most ncreased Plays 8 (Been So Long) (Jive) 5 NDA.ARE Video (Motown) / 4 e 6 TRCK DADDY Take t To Da House (Slip 'N Slide /Atlantic) /0 TOTAL 4 MAXWELL Get To Know Ya (Columbia) /0 ARTST TTLE LABELS) NCREASE 3 5 3s m PROJECT PAT Chickenhead (Hypnotize Minds /Loud/Columbia) MSSY "MSDEMEANOR" ELLOTT Get... (Gold Mind/EastWest/EEG) e SLKK THE SHOCKER That's Cool (No Limit/Priority) / / 8/ PLAY DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor (Columbia) +6 Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) +43 SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All... (Soulife/Atlantic) +36 JANET All For You (Virgin) +36, 0 8 t's Over Now (Bad Boy /Arista) /0 TYRESE Like Them Girls (RCA) LL BOW WOW F /JAGGED EDGE Puppy Love (So So Def /Columbia) / ERC BENET Love Don't Love Me (Warner Bros.) +355 MSSY "MSDEMEANOR" ELUOTT Get... (Gold Mind/EastWest/EEG) R. KELLY A Woman's Threat (Jive) /4 JAY -Z FR. KELLY Guilty Until... (Roc-A-Fella/DJMG) CONZ Get Crunked Up (Elektra/EEG) / PAC Until The End... (Amaru/Death Row /nterscope) e NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo' Reel /Universal) /0 SNOOP DOGG Lay Low (No Limit/Priority) e LL' ZANE None Tonight (Worldwide/Priority) / SHAGGY t Wasn't Me (MCA) /0 39 K -C & JOJO Wanna Do You Right (MCA) / MONCA Just Another Girl (Epic) /0 45 e RL Good Love (Warner Bros.) / KETH SWEAT Real Man (Elektra/EEG) / CHANTE' MOORE Bitter (Silas/MCA) /0 Debut> SNOOP DOGG Lay Low (No Limit/Priority) /4 4 4 JESSE POWELL f (Silas /MCA) / Debut> ERC BENET Love Don't Love Me (Warner Bros.) /3 50 SHAGGY Angel (MCA) / SHYNE F /BARRNGTON LEVY Bonnie & Shyne (Bad Boy /Arista) Debut> e JAY -Z F/R. KELLY Guilty Until Proven nnocent (Roc- A- Fella/DJMG) OUTKAST Ms. Jackson (LaFace/Arista) Debut> e Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) Debut> Q) JT MONEY Hi -Lo (Freeworld/Priority) CARL THOMAS Emotional (Bad Boy /Arista) /0 Debut> 8BALL & MJG Buck Bounce (Jcor) / /0 Breakers / 53/0 6/8 60/0 No Songs Qualified For Breaker Status This Week 84 Urban reporters. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 000 plays or more for the first time. Songs below No. 0 are moved to recurrent after 0 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitron Company). 00, R &R nc. Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported to R &R by each reporting station. Songs unreported as adds do not count toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Plays lists the songs with the greatest week -to -week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. With these (Trendy) make -up bags with custom imprint you'll make -out Jdenier nylon t.$.5 {ion pc. minimum) '80o

62 60 R&R March 3, 00 Urban ARTST BREAKDOWN ARTST: CANELA ALBUM: CANELA LABEL: DREAMWORKS Though 'm not feeling her CD photo ('cause this young lady has genuine beauty), have to give my singing sista some props. When DreamWorks rep Amon "Got Some Chopstick?" Parker brought this gentle spirit to R &R for a visit, Asst. CHR Editor Renee Bell and thought she was kind and personable. Feeling like a big sister (and 'm not referring to my size; 'm older), felt a protective shield form in my heart for this young lady. After touring the office, taking pictures and signing autographs, Canela and Parker left. Not only were we left with an advanced copy of her joint, but we still reeled from the soft, pleasant impression she left on us. Some time has passed since that visit, and as search through my numerous CDs to review, come across Canela's. Hmmm... let's see if she's wasting Dream- Works' money. The debut single, "Sponsor ( Need! Need! Need!)," is my theme song! can identify with this sincere, straight -to- the -point message requesting financial support. f dude wants to give from the pocket, cool; all homegirl is saying is, don't expect something in return. She doesn't work on Wall Street, so there isn't any trading going on. But her hand is open to receive any and all gifts if dude has a little extra chedda (and such) and is feeling a bit generous. Homegirl simply states that she is seeking "a brotha who lets me hold the key and don't expect a thing from me." (Good luck!) t seems that a painful violation of the heart has occurred in the tender ballad "Love -Lust Crime." The aftermath of a failed relationship reveals that both partners' emotional conditions were not identical. When she fell in love, he fell in lust. (s that anything like cow manure?) The revelation came one night when babygirl planned a special evening for her and dude, and he spent that evening with another chick. Fortunately for her, her eyes were opened before she fell too deeply into that hollow well where echoes have no sounds, sights take on false images, and unconsciousness is a treasured state of mind. (Mental note: Call Dr. Henderson to up my dosage.) Whatever happened to Laumea? The unrelenting and tender " Can't Let Go" emits a little of that Laumea vibe in the chorus. Focusing on the difficulty of accepting dude's absence from her life, Canela softly croons this gentle ballad, which touched me on a personal level. (t's merlot time.) Swaying away from impassioned heartbreak, "Outta Here" is filled with determination, strength and finality. Homegirl doesn't really care where dude goes, just as long as he exits from her space. She's tired of his games, and she opens the door for his departure. love the bouncy flow of the rhythmic outro. The Tim & Bob -produced "t Feels Just Right" does! The mellow rhythm complements Canela's feathery vocals, and the romantic lyrics are the icing on the cake. This song won't have you crying or going postal over some past relationship, but it will provide an opportunity for your spirit to float musically on a beautiful sentiment. ( need a man!) Canela contains a collection of sentimental ballads, uptempo beats and midtempo rhythms. What doesn't change are this young lady's velvety -soft vocals. Sounding a little like Tamia, Canela uses the lyrics to get the point across and uses the melody to instill a vibe. see longevity in her. There are some slammin' tracks awaiting her remarkable vocals and some tight -a ** lyrics itching for a voice like hers to breathe life into them. However, this songstress makes a nice introduction into the music world with her debut joint. Peace. - Thnya O'Quinn Asst. Urban Editor Action Sunshine Anderson "Heard t All Before" (Soulife /Atlantic) with Rob Neal PD WJZD /Biloxi -Gulfport, MS Let's hear it for females with convictions! "Heard ta Before" is yet another "'m tired of your game, so 'm leaving you" song. But what is different about this tune is Ms. Anderson's incredible vocals. f ever there was a timeto believe the vocalist really meant what he or she is singing, it is now. Her strong, dominating vocals display conviction, while the uptempo, dancy beat signifies renewed strength and celebration of self. "Heard t All Before" combines the attitude of hip -hop with the maturity of R&B. Many songs have come out drenched with newfound self -righteousness; however, with vocals as powerful as Ms. Anderson's, you get the feeling that she means business. This is not a temperamental decision on her part. Her limit has been reached, and the past (which includes the cheating boyfriend) is right where it belongs - in the pages of history. Undoubtedly, this is one of the best songs of the year - and it's only March! Giving you fair warning: These are the singes that are going for adds en Tuesday (3/). DAVE HOLLSTER Take Care Of Home (Dei Squad /DreamWorks) MEMPHS BLEEK Do My... (Roc -A- Fella /fdjmg) RASHEEDA Off Da Chain (Motown) RUN - D.M.C. Let's Stay Together... (Arista) STCKY FNGAZ Ghetto (Universal) WYCLEF JEAN Perfect Gentleman (Ruffh'ouse /Columbia) Register now for Music Meetinç, the industry's No. online destination for new music: DAVE HOLLSTER "TAKE CARE OF HOME" GONG FOR ADDS MARCH 6TH! The Follow Up Single From His GOLD Certified Album "Chicago '85...The Movie"

63 Urban 6 March 3, 00 New & Active -TUNED -N 0 R&R/MEDARASE 4/ TYRESE Like Them Girls (RCA) Total Plays: 583, Total Stations:. Adds: 5 PAC Until The End Of Time (Amaru/Death Row/nterscope) Total Plays 56, Total Stations: 5, Adds: LL' MO Superwoman (Gold Mind/EastWestEEG) Total Plays: 556, Total Stations: 3, Adds:4 TALB KWEL/H TEK The Blast (Rawkus/Priority) Total Plays: 495, Total Stations: 44, Adds: 8 SPARKLE Good Lite (Motown) Total Plays: 386, Total Stations: 36, Adtls: O DRTY Hit Da Floe (Universal) Total Plays: 36. Total Stations: 0, Adds: O SADE King Of Sorrow (Epic) Total Plays: 365, Total Stations: 38. Adds: O C. THOMAS F/S. DAWES Cold, Cold World (Bad Boy /Arista) Total Plays: 359, Total Stations: 36, Adds: O PHLLY'S MOST WANTED Cross The Border (Atlantic) Total Plays: 34, Total Stations:, Adds: CANELA Sponsor... (Goodfellas/DreamWorks) Total Plays: 334. Total Stations: 33, Adds: O FUNKMASTER FLEX Good Lite (Loud) Total Plays: 86, Total Stations: 8, Adds: BACKBONE Five Deuce Four Tre (Universal) Total Plays: 68, Total Stations: 34, Adds: 4 DMX No Sunshine (BlackGround) Total Plays: 33, Total Stations: 5, Adds: 5 RAPHAEL BROWN Maybe (Arista) Total Plays 8, Total Stations:, Adds: 3 LL' WAYNE Everything (Cash Money /Universal) Total Plays: 9, Total Stations: 36, Adds: SYLEENA JOHNSON Am Your Woman (Jive) Total Plays:, Total Stations: 34, Adds 6 BEATNUTS No Escapin' This (Loud/Columbia) Total Plays: 00, Total Stations: 0, Adds: 3 L -BURNA F/BABY S Make My Day (Ruthless/Epic) Total Plays: 83, Total Stations:, Adds: 3 DOGGY'S ANGELS Pleezbaleevit! (Doggy Style/NT) Total Plays: 6, Total Stations: 9, Adds: O LL D Dream Girl (Universal) Total Plays: 59, Total Stations:, Adds:O RC Slo Burn (Dombrowski & Glasker) Total Plays: 58, Total Stations: 4, Adds: 3 LUKE Lollipop (Koch) Total Plays: 58, Total Stations:, Adds: DONNE MCCLURKN We Fall Down (Verity) Total Plays: 44, Total Stations: 4, Adds: 9 CEO F/CHAUNCEY BLACK Whatcha Say (JudgmenGRCA) Total Plays: 36, Total Stations: 4, Adds: O TOYA Do (Arista) Total Plays: 34, Total Stations:. Adds: 6 WHO YOU CALLN' COUNTRY Shawty (Freewodd/Capitol) Total Plays: 5, Total Stations:, Adds: MONFAH Brown Eyes (Universal) Total Plays:, Total Stations: l, Adds: 9 Songs ranked by total plays Most Played Recurrents JAY -Z JAHEM Could t Be (Divine MilliWB) Just Wanna Love U._ (Roc -A- Fella /DJMG) DAVE HOLLSTER One Woman Man (DefSquad /DreamWorks) AVANT My First Love (Magic Johnson /MCA) MUSO Just Friends (Sunny) (Def Soul /DJMG) DESTNY'S CHLD ndependent Women Pt. NELLY E.. (Fo'Reel /Universal) R. KELLY Wish (Jive) 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) (Epic) MYSTKAL Shake Ya Ass (Jive) (Columbia) LUDACRS What's Your Fantasy (Def Jam South /DJMG) JAGGED EDGE Let's Get Married (So So Def /Columbia) ERYKAH BADU Bag Lady (Motown) NEXT Wifey (Arista) RUFF ENDZ No More (Epic) SSOO ncomplete (Dragon /Def Soul /DJMG) YOLANDA ADAMS Open My Heart (Elektra /EEG) BEENE MAN F /MYA Girls Dem Sugar (Virgin) TON BRAXTON JuSt Be A Man About t (LaFace /Arista) KELLY PRCE You Should've Told Me (T -Neck, Del Soul /DJMG) n WQ0( WQOK/Raleigh ilam 0 Where My Girls At t's Over Now DJ CLUE f/mary J. BLGE Back To Life MYSTKAL /NVEA Danger (Been So Long) R. KELLY Wish CASH MONEY... Project Chick AVANT Separated JA RULE /LL' MO... Put t On Me CASE Missing You MUSO Love NELL Y E.. JLL SCOTTA Long Walk 4pm KOFFEE BROWN Alter Party MYSTKAL /NVEA Danger (Been So Long) 3LW No More (Baby 'ma Do Right) SHYNE B. LEVY Bonnie And Shyne JLL SCOTTA Long Walk DRU HLL n My Bed JAHEM Could t Be LUDACRS What's Your Fantasy JA RULE t /LL' MO... Put t On Me TANK Maybe l Deserve TALB KWEL & Hl TEK The Blàst SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before JOEf /MYSTKAL Stutter JON B Don't Talk 8pm OUTKAST So Fresh, So Clean JAHEM Could t Be MSSY ELLOTT Get Ur Freak On SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before R. KELLY Feelin' On Yo Booty CB'S FNEST Oochie Wally Wally NELL Y E.. PHLLY'S MOST WANTED Cross The Border LL' ZANE None Tonight RAY J Wait A Minute TANK Maybe Deserve JAGGED EDGE Promise R. KELLY Fiesta MARY J. BLGE Not Gon' Cry CARL THOMAS Emotional WGC-FM/Chicago am MAXWELL Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder) SHALAMAR For The Lover... JLL SCOTT A Long Walk TON BRAXTON Just Be A Man About t TANK Maybe Deserve MUSC Love AALYAH Try Again NDA.ARE Video 4pm ERYKAH BADU Didn't Cha Know t's Over Now KELLY PRCE Friend Of Mine JANET All For You AVANT My First Love MYSTKAL /N /VEA Danger (Been So Long) BLAL Soul Sista 8pm JAGGED EDGE Promise LUDACRS Southern Hospitality SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before R. KELLY Don't Mean t DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor COMMON The Light TANK Maybe Deserve JLL SCOTT A Long Walk TYRESE Like Dem Girls LL' BOW WOW /XSCAPE Bounce Wit Me Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Tuned -n is based on sample hours taken from Monday 00, R&R nc. OWKYS KOMC WXTU WBT WALZ KEES WEDR Radio Alegria WNVZ WKX WKXP KSMB Scot -FM WNEL WPRM Radio Venus WQOK WENN KOKU* z -< w - When you're ready to take it to the streets, the Thunder TruckTM is a great, customized remote vehicle. 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Fpg,l k+k 6 R &R March 3, 00 Reporters Stations and their adds listed alphabetically by market Urban WAJZ/Albany, NY' PDAMD:SugarBear l'pess "Go 5' KBCE/Alexandria, LA PD:RogerMoore MD:R.J.POk 0 -Poodles- 0 TVRE$E"Girs" odmxsurshine" 0 DONNEMCCLURKN'Down" LL'WAYNE'Everylhing' WHTA/Atlanta, GA' PO:Jerry Smakm B APD:RyanCameron MD:Ramonaoebraux No a WVEE/Atlanta, 5' GA PD: Tony Brown MD: TosaLove 5 TYRESESks' 6 'Prades` SNOOPDOGG'Ld WFXA/Augusla, GA' OMPD:KevinFox TMESETids' 3 OM0('Suntlers MLLY5MC6TWANED'Bwdef LL'WAYNE'EveryUig" WUqYWCAWN'...ShMyr MOMFAHBroem' TOYAVO- WPRW/Au usta, GA MO: li9httreio ' 'vbespgjs 3 CMX'Sanstme 5 MCN.FAH'Broeirt 5 03A Go" 5 LLWariE'Ewythng' WEMXBatan Rouge, LA' OM:JamesAl xand r PD:MyaVemon APO/MD:AddanLong 4 5-Pmdes' 5 L L' way* -be riffle 5 ryreg-g B KTCX/Beaumont,TX PDMD:ChrisClay -YRES E'Gels' WJZO/Biloxi-Gullport,MS PD: Rob Neal MD:TaaNDaniels m WMOrOUCALLA' _-Shawl,'" 0 DMXSurslúre' 6 nresegirts" TWA -0o- MoNFAH`BV,s,i WBOT/Boston, MA id.pd:stevegousby MD: Cherry Martinez No kids WBLK/Buffalo, NY' PD/MD: Skip Dillard '5TYRESE"Gids' PROJECT PAT Ghie4eu" DM9('Surshee' TALTBKWELtMTEK"BNn' WWWZ/Charleston, SC OMRD:TerryBase MO:RonGplackavellie DMX-Sumhmé n rmesenih" 6 LBURNAF/BCBYS'Make' JMMY CODER "WV 5YLEENAJOHNSON'Wornaí WPEG/Charlotte, NC PO: Atlre Carsen MD:NateQuick 0 0MX'Sun5'.ine' lo TYBESEGids LUKE -Lollipop" WJTT/Chattanooga, TN PD: Keith antlecker MD:Magic 3 LL'MO'Superip vi 0 SYLEENAJOHNSDNwmran' 9 TovA DO 9 TrRESEY9is' 8 aa(5ushie" 3 OONNeMCCWNONrow.sí RC'&m' WGCl/Chica 9 o, L OMPD:EroySmial APD/MD:Jayttlan 5TYRESE'GiAS 5 fbr N -Puppy WZF/Clncinnatl, OH VP/Prog.: Tony Felds MD: TerdThomas 0 RESE Os" PAC U' MSSY ELLOrT"Freaï DEA(Sushne" WENZ/Cleveland, OH' PD: Lance Penton MD:Sam k 5 DBRNESTFMASwa 4 SNOOP WGGV r TYRESE'fiets M9he, WHXT/Columbia, SC po:chrlscollner MD:BillBladt 0 TrRESEGrrà' 6 aw sueme WWDM/Columbia, SC PDMD: Mike Love APD:VemessaPendergmss 3R.KELLYwmiun's" 'ODONNEMCCLURKN"oo,rn DMxSurshini BYBONE"Falbr WFXE/Columbus, GA PD:TerriAvery MD:Allrvin 3 TYRESE'Gitls" 3 TOYA'pO` 3 DMXSurthie" 3 MCNFAR`Brnri WCKX/Columhus, OH ' V VP/Pro B': Ton Fields PO:PaulShong 5TALBKWELMTEK'ElasP - DMXSlrahiri SYLEEN4JOHNSONwomai' n"pcx = KBFB/Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX PD: OartellJOhrson MD:MarieKelly 4 PORES': Gnts'. DYa C, KKDABaaS-Ft. Worth, TX POMO:SkipCheatham DMX`Suc:n-í Á EüY riomans' WROU/Da Y< an, OH' PO:MarcaSimmors MD: Theo SmNh DONNEMCCLURKN"NW TOYA'Dn.. 'YAESEGrs' PAC"umr WDTJ/Delroit, M' OM:MooicaStart PD:Sptdd MD:Sunny 3 TALBKWELLMTEK"BáG 3 TYBESEGWS' WJLB/Detreit, M VPATps&Prog.: Michael Saund APDAeO Kris Kelley 4 CU.)'S':rs..rv' TJY."a- PAC' Lmtir 'VR->-' Gros" WJJNBothan, AL PDRdD:TOtryBladt PESE`Gid" 0DM('S'.rsnr:é Motiaar..eram- TOvA"a- WZFX/Fayetteville, NC PD:B36byJay APD:GarrehDavis MD:TaylorMOrgan O wast 9 RC -L 9 TYRESET',rds' 8 TALBKWEllMTEK-LYaef PACV WDZZ/Flint, M PD/MD:ChdsReynolds TYRESE"Gws WYNN/Florence, SC OM:MaKSarry PD/bD: Gerald McSwain flrese"grs' WfMGGainesuille-Ocala, OWPD/MD:Doncody APD:QuiOCy z5uleenajohnsonwon.a TYRESE-Gds' 0TOVA"De 3 X'SwMine' NNEMCrLURKN"Dorm' ONFAH`&owli' _L'^AO'Superwcman' WKS/Greenville, NC ppmd:b.k.kirkland S"EL C rrrîk"..,3:' r <EL L WJMZ/Greenville, SC PDMO:OougOavis 3 rvrese"'id" L WNEZ/HartfOrd, CT' PD/MO: Ricky Po Wldo APO:J.J.Foxx RC'Bum- BALL amjgbuyr, 9 8 TYRESE"f,ids" omxsmshiné' RAPLYdLBROWN-Mray,e- TOYAVo" MONiFAH`Brow+i WHDVCUGNUM...Shawty' WEUPMuntsville, AL PD/nD:SteveMurry l'rfse'grlt" OMx-Scnsnrce' WTLCAndianapolis,N' PD: Brian Wallace MD: Karp Vaughn 5 TYRESE"Gds" a R.'NKMASTERFLEx-Good' 4?ACV'ir 4 SNCOPDOGG "re y' 3 JMxSnnsonnala'o`,nnr - WJM/Jackson, MS' PD/MD:StanBranson RAYJ'Mnlfe' 5 rdya"do" TYRESE"Olds" : '0/030JCN'JN.."Sk,,r; SVLEENAJOi;NSON'NVCmxn' Mx"Su-sbrn WRJH/Jacksen, MS PD: Steve Poston MD: LiHomie 5 LCMOSuperwaren" 5DA0(SwsNre' SvLEau.xxeaoxwanm` 5 OLROMEOlaby" 5NpAAPoENdm- KPRS/Kansas City, MO' PO: Sam Weaver APD/MD:MyronFears TYAESE"Gds YMOYOU CN.LW_'ShaN" DMx"SunsFiné' MONHüi"Brown' cva "Go- KZ/Nilleen-Temple, PDMD: MVC almaulre 9 DM/ 'Suns[iné' JAY-ZFAi.KELLV"Guiny- 0NFAH'&own' WnOYDU CAL CN...Srewty' TÓYASDre WKGN/Knoxvtlle, TN P0MO:BairBrexlon 8 64C!m0!iE'FrR" 5 TYRESE"Girls- 5 MONFAH'&min" 5 TOYA"DO" 5 OMixsunshine` 5 SYLFENAJOHMSDM" 'Woman" S WHOYWCALLN'..5hawy KRRO/Lafayette, LA' OM: James Alexander PO/N0: DarlenePreiean ', DMX'Scrsr: - LLWAYE EserPJ:i'.g" 3 TYRESE'Gdt' - WFN,aielald.WtlaHael,R GM: FmNcieGrover PD:TerryHill 4 TVPESE`GiMS' M omx-sursnre" 4 SYLFFNAJOHNSON'5Uman" 4 TOYA'b- WQHH/Lansing,Ml PDAND:BdJOhlaal 8 JESSE PoWELL'P 0 DM-Sunshine 0 TYRESE'Girs MONFN'&am" T0A'LJp" VMOYW CNLN...Smwty" SYtF.FJNJOHVSONMOrom' WBTFLexington-Fayehe,KY' VPryrog.:TOlryFields PO: KarenJONan MD:GeraklHarrison DM 'Sunshine" :mese`gns A BKWELMi K'Bav" SYLEENAJOHNSONwbma^" M+DNiFAn'Bmom' BEATNUnS"ESrapn KPRAittle Rock, AR OMPD/MD:JoeBooker hbocds KKBT/Los An B eles, CA' PD:RohScorpio MD: Dorsey Fuller :YESíti s WBLO/Louisville, KY' VP/Prog.: Tony Fields PD:KarenJordan MD:GereldHanison OMXSursheif TYRESETies- TPLBKWELMTEKSW LBUANABBABrs Mae' SYEENAJOHNSONwwran' MONFAHSmwn' sfatmtns`esca:'r WGZB/LOUisville, KY. VP/Prog.: Tony Fields PD:KarenJortlan MD:GereldHartson 5 TYRESE'Gels' TAUB KWELMTEK"Bbst` DA 'Sunshine" ne" SYLEENAJOHNSON'NOmaY MONFAHsrmvn' e a Nu s"e apd' WFXM/Macon, GA PDAMD: Derek Ha er 9 PAHEEM'nlaw" TVRESE'Girs- DMxSunsrins WBB/Macon, GA PDAAD G egflobeds 5 l'rese m 0 DUX S nsh: _' S:ElA C,üJUV"NCmzn' MONFAH "Breve -CYn"a` WHRK/Memphis, TN APDrMD: Eileen Nathaniel PAC v N t'ay "Do' YCBERET 'Lai= NE.,. GvA' WEDR/Miami, FL' OM: James Thomas PDrdD:CedricHollywood n DhJ% SureNn=' 3TYP"S.6rk" SYLEENAJOHNSONwcrrari' WKKV/Milwaukee, W PD: Gary Young MD:DocLove 4l'RESESrls" WBLX Mohile, AL' PDMD:MyrondaReuben TYRESE"Grs' WZHT/Montgomery, AL PD:Darryl Elliott MD:MicaelLong TYREE-5i ": WOA/Myrtle Beach. SC PDMD:JeroldJackson G,S WOOK/Nashville, TN ' OM/PO:Terry Foxx 5YRESE,ils- DMXmshne' 4 3 DONMEMCCJNWN'Oo.m" JMM'CODEASneN' WYBCMew Haven, CT OM:WayneScNnidt PD: APO:StevenRichardson MD:DOO-P 3 PC "Err SP..gG'aa-.g8-. B, NBYTACE`iNeeé' ugcn tiscmrknb SLK"âln' KFJCNE.MtONCS-SKVf WOUE/New Orleans, LA PD:GerodStevens MD:AngelaWalson 4 R.KELLV'YYOmanN 4 DM9(SmsNre' WBLSMewYork, NY' PD:VinnyBrown MD:DeneenWomack 9YRESEGr&" 8 TAW TOYADO' ERC WOW/Norfolk, VA PD:K.J.Haliday MD: MicaelMauzone DMaSlmshne" TYAESESMs BACKBCNE"Fnti' LLM05upervrpmv' WHO YOU CA!LN..."Shawy KVSP/Oklahoma City, OK PO:Terry MOnday AMO: EddieBresco TYRESE,trs' 4 TOY A"D' 3 RL-Gad 3 MKNFNi'8'avm" DMx"Sunshme" WPH/Philadelphia, PA PD: Maudce Devce MD: TYRESEGi:s- WUSL Philadelphia, PA' nt. PD,'APOiMO:CennCooper 9 GiN.iY.E-Tnee MET 6.: 4 R, u;::-a ; WAMO Pittsburgh, PA PO:JayMichaels MD:DJSOOgie cnax' ^h-" --,NESE Gns JF_L,Fa'J :N.:. -. WOOK/Raleigh-Durham, NC' PD:HosieMack MD:JodiBerry 3 DNX"SarNcé YRESE'Gids" WCDX/Richmond, VA' PD:amondaWilliams MD:B-Rock 8 LLBOWWOW.'PUppy' 4 iyreseyrik- TOVADo WDKX/Rachester, NY' PO:Mdre Marcel MD:KaaO'Neal TmESE"Gre 3 SYLEENAJDfwSONwwmn- NPHAELBROWN'Mayhe' DMxSumhxi WfLZBaginaW, M PD:ChNSfleynoltls MD:LOngJohn 4 TYRESE"Gids WEAS/Savannah, GA PD'SamNelsan MD:JewelCaner 6 TYFaSE Geh" KBTT/Shreve ort, LA P PO: "aadns TYRESE"Girls" DMU'SUraMni LL'WAYNPEseryHing" WvOYWCNLN'..."Shawty' TOVA-DO" KDKS/Shreveport, LA n"p u'les` TYRESE`Gs' DMX`Surshee" RAPHAELBROWN"Maybe" LWAYNE"EeW DCNNEMCCLURKNSastm' WHOYWGNN'..Shawd)" KMJJBhreveport, LA PO: Michael Tee 33 YRESE"Gd" KATZ/St. Louis, MO' PD: Chuck Atkins MD:OejaVU s DrA'a WFUN,rSt. Louis. MO' PO/MD:MicFax 0 TAL BKWELUrdTEK'94s:" GNihV'AETert' RES_':in WHBX/Tallahassee, FL POANO: Kevin Gardner 3.^!RFSE"GN5' WTMP/fampa, FL' PD: artysteele MD:BigMoney 0TOYA'a' 0TYRESE`Sir'a" OurrsAne' OCS MONFA'-Srown' OH' POJC arliemack MD:NiBciG. TYRESE Gds DX 'Sunshine M03;3-"65,6' *= Mediabase yi monitored 84Tota Reporters 84CurrentReporters 84 Current Playlists e KJMM/Tulsa, OK ' PD TerryMonday APD AaronBemaro WESE/fupelo, MS PORdO:PamelaAniese..ESE"G'e's CB-:YESTFMAS"AbV; SNOOP OOGG"'ay" DMX"SursNiné' WKYS/Washington, DC' VP/Prog.:SteveHegwood a z Ga',5PAC'U.i" TOYA Dti 5 TYRESE'Glds WJKS/Wilmington, DE PD:TonyOuarta ne MD:ManuelMena TN'RESE'Gds' DMX'8cnshn> SYLíENAJGHNxN-JJOna' WMNX/Wilmington, NC PD:ROdCroise Urban AC WALR /Atlanta, GA PO:Jim Kennedy 3 JANE T "Al'. - SUNS le NE AWE RSO,. 'Heard AL JAR ROAU'G4" ERC BENE"Loes WAMJ/Atlanta, GA PD: Marvin Hankston MD:DennisLee RL'Good' JCiA AR:E "Vm ti' WW N/Ba ltim0re, MD' PO: Kathy Brown M0: KeKRFsher CASE- MSSing' KOXL/Baton Rouge, LA 0M:James Alexander PDAND: Mya Vernon 6 CAS'^ 4 JESSE orwel ThA WBHK/Birmingham, AL PD: Jay Dixon MD: DarrylJahnson No Adds WLD/Boston, MA PD: SteveGousby MD: T. Clark SASE NA JOHNSON Vernon WMGL /Charleston, SC PD: Terry Base MD: Belinda Parker 0 CASE -Missig- JM MY CODER 'SM's WBAV /Charlotte, NC' PD: Andre Carson MD: DC 5 CASE "MSSirig-- WVAZ/Chicago, L' PD: Elroy Smith APD/M D:Jamillah Muhammad JANET "All" R'PPaGTONS"rEWETr'found` WZAK /Cleveland. OH PO/MD: Lance Pa nlon 6 ALJARREA.. Say. WLXC/Columbia, SC' POAND:Podia rase"miss+9" RAPHAELBROWN`Maybé' 'PLOW WAGH /Columbus, GA PD: Billy Dee MD:Ed Lewis CASE "Mesmg' KRNBBallas -Ft. Worth. TX' PD: Al Payne MD: Rudy "V" ERC BEND- -Lover SE ST N YS CHLD S0 000l MAZE FE BEVERLY 'reach" WDMK/Detroit, M OM/PD: Monica Start APD: Benda Lady 8 Gray SVLEENA JOHNSON "Woman" WGPR/Detroit, M Po: Rosea Hines NoAdds WMXO/Delroil, M VP/Ops & Prog.: Michael Saund PD:JanelG. APD:OneilStevens PU OU C MEN AUNO EME NT Mar WUKS/Fayetteville, NC PD:BobbyJay APD: Carroll Davis MD:CalvinPee PUBLC ACNDNCEMENT "Mao " 4 "AHK`Dae.rve' WFLM /Ft. Pierce, FL PO/MD: MicaelJames CASE`MSdng WOMG /Greensboro, NC' P0: Alvin Stowe MD: Bryan Maxwell PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT ' Man - ERCBENET'Love KMJQMasNn-GaNeston, TX PD: Cad Conner MD: Carla Boatner 6 CASE- MSSisg' 0 NAAARE kea" TANK' PDAMD: Stan Branson No Ada MS WSOL /Jacksonville, FL' PD: Aaron Maxwell APDRAD:K.J. 6 KOFFFFBFC'WN- Pat / 5 TANR'DoseSn 4 KOKY /Little Rock, AR PD: Mark Dylan MO: Jamal Quarles RAUdOS KJLH/Los Angeles, CA' PDAaD:ClifWimim CASEMSSreg' WRBV/Macon, GA rtl.pormo:mike Williams THEO-LBW' PECESOEADREAM lrme KJMS/Memphis, TN PD: Nate Bell MD: Eileen Nathaniel o ABOS WHQT/Miami, FL' Station Mgr.: Tony Kidd PD: Derrick Brown MO:Traciatrelle 4 CASE' M.ssmg' 9 SYLEENAJOHNSON woman' 9 TVRESE'GOV WOLTAMobile, AL PD: Ron Anthony MD: KathyBarlow ALJAREAU'Say" WYLD/New Orleans, LA MD: Aaron "A.J. "Appleherry 4 JA'.ET'A' ri. KELLY "Woman's' WRKS/New York, NY PO:Toya Beasley 3 ERC BENET "Love" 3 MF AR WCFB /Orlando, FL PO: Steve Holbrook MD:Joe Davis No Adds WDAS/Philadelphia, PA' PD:JneTamhuno APDfldD: Daisy Davis NJARREAUSay- SvCEENAJOHNSON'wo.Tr WFXCBaleigh- Durham, NC' MD: Darryl Morrow NOHeOs WKJS/Richmond, VA POND: Kevin Kotax PF r5. LESJ":.GHfAM"Themé' KMJM/Si. Louis, MO OM/PO: Chuck Atkins APD/MD: Eric Mirdlaels MAXWELL(noef WLVH/Savannah, GA AP D: Roger Moore 0 Auer -Air 5 RL-Gond' 5 OESMONDPRN3LE"4-s' 5 SnöHNEANDERSDN"Heztd' 5 R.OLYw4mmN' 5 SYLEENAJUHN50N'Wman 5 ALJARRFAU"Say" 5 ERCBENET'A,e WHUR/Washington, DC' PD: Hector Hannibal MO: David A. Dickinson No Adds WMMJ/Washingtan, DC' PD: C hris Con ne rs CASE'MSSirg' * = Mediabase 4/monitoad 39Total Reporters 39 Current Reporters 38 Current Playlists Reported Frozen Playlist (): W MCS/Milwaukee, W

65 Urban Playlists "onft.,..l`+t:iv >-3L4: o!.ama. ttelewww. MWL _iá3í -0..a.?t4M4"^. MARKET #30 KPRS/Kansas City Carter Broadcasting Corp (86) Weaver/Fears. Cume 95,000 Lw TEL 8 33 JAGGED EDGE/Promise 3 3 MUSQ/Lme 3 TANK/Maybe Deserve 30 9 JOE F/MYSTKAUSuYer KOFFEE BBOWWAOer Party 6 LUDACRSSouthem Hospitality 6 /t's Over Now 5 6 DESTNY'S CHLO/Survivor /vg 03 J`AMZ! 8 6 SUNSHNE ANDERSONHeard NlBelore 5 JAHEM/COad O Be 6 4 JARULF/LL' MO../Put On Me 6 4 JONNDOOt Talk n 4 MYSTKALFMVENDanger (Been So...) 3 NDAARENdeo 6 3 JLLSCOTT /A Long Walk MAXWEL/Gel To 00w 0 8 MONCA/Just Another Girl 9 TAMASranger n My House 5 JAY -L Just Wanna Love.. 9 OUKAST/SO Fresh, So Clean a TYRESF/ Like Them Gels 9 0 JANET/AB For You 9 0 EVFM905W Girl 8 ERC BENET/Love Don't Love Me 0 8 MUSC/Just Friends (Sunny) 8 8 NELLY/RAdeWt Me 8 8 OLNAMi ounee 8 SNAGGY /Angel GNUW NE/There lls 5 CASE/Missing You G Brno) WOKV /Milwaukee (44) 3-00 Young/Love. JAMS! Cume,000 Lw Tw 59 5 JA RULE/LD MO.. /Put On Me 56 5 CASE/MissingYou 4 4 NELLY/Lmren Me 3 44 MUSQlove 4 4 QUNT BLACK/Shake Dens Haters DAVE HOLLSTER/One Woman Nan LUDACRS/Soulhem Hosoilliy JOE F/MYSTKAL/Slutter 3 3 TANK/Maybe Deserve 36 JAGGEDEOGENromise CARL THOMAS/Emotional 3 34 JAHEM/CouldtBe Cl ( MYSTKALFMVFNUanger(Been So...) OUTKAST/SO Fresh. So Clean JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 493 SUNSHNE ANDERSON/Heard t All Before KOFFEE BROWWAtter Party PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT/Man Amt' Suppose AVANT/My Firsl Love a TYRESE/ Like Them Girls JAY- LJUStWannu Love_ DESTNY'S CHLDnndepe,denl Women JANET /AllPOnYou EVE/Who's That Girl MAXWELL/Get%Know Ya PROJECT PAT/Chekennead SHAGGY/ Wasn't Me TAM A/Strangerin My House 86 JONB/DOnt Talk / MUSQUUSO Mends (Sonny) 544 Urban AC Playlists FND COMPLETE PLAYLSTS FOR ALL URBAN AC REPORTERS ON R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG WRKS /New York Emmis () Beasley. Cume,545,600 3 MUSO/LOoA 3 3 CASEMasiro You 9 9 JAME HANKNS/Lost My Mod 6 8 JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 5 8 MAXWELUDe(To Krlow Ya BOYZ MENSep On Up 6 KOFFEE BROWN/After Party. 4 JAMEWC uld t Be 9 3 a ERCBERET/Love Don't Love Me G SUNSHNEANDERSONMeard 4 Before 0056 a 3 JANET /An For YOU 0056 NDAARFMAko KC B JOJOWanna DO You Right JESSE POWELL/ JON B /Don't Taft, DONNEMCCLURKNNWFail Down PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT /Man NntSuppose._ 48 4 FUNKMASTER FTERDoodLife TAMASrfanger 0 My House /OS Over Now SHAGGY /Angel DESTNY'S CHLD/Survivor RL/Good Love 08 3 CO- ED/Summiri On JAGGED EDGE/Promie CHANTE MOORE/Bitter 0464 RUFFENOZ/A4 More MONCA/Just Mother Girl MYNCase 0TheEK DEAL/Whatever 80 KJLH/Los Angeles Taxi (30) Wí00. Cume 35,900 PLATS e 5 6 ARTST/rTLE G (000) DONNEMCCLURKN/We Fall Down 695 KOFFEE BROWWAhtt Party 6300 JAHEM/CouaBe 605 CARL THOMAS/Emotional 5850 JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 4950 MUSO/LCve 45 ERYKAH BADWDidn'Cle Know 385 MAXWELL/Get To KnowYa 335 GERALD LEVERT/Dr.000Na Love 350 MUSO/JUS Fnends(Sunny) 350 GERALD LEVERT/Bahy Uke 00 DAVE HOLLSTER/One Woman Man 00 PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT /Man Aint Suppome.- 00 BETTY WRGHT/You A Hoe WALTER BEASLEW Wanna Know 50 CHANTS' MOORE/Bitter 50 R KELLY /AWOman's Threat 50 SUNSHNEANOERSONM eard l/ell Before 05 KEVON EDMONDS/Love Will Be Waiting 800 DESMOND PR NGLE/With Arms Wide Open 800 MAKWELJFOnunate 800 CHARLE WLSON/Wi0V You 800 NDAARENdeo 55 JESSE POWELL/ 55 KRKWHALUM/Al Do 55 YOLANDAADAMS/ Believe Can Fly 55 BOYO MEN/Pass You By 55 JANET /All For You 350 YOLANOAADAMSCpen My Heart 350 DONELLJONESNVhere l Wanna Be 350 WVAZ/Chicago (3) Smith /Muhammad. Cume 553, PPimmuls 63 ARTSTmTLE Cl (055) ERYKAH BADUmdn'Cha Know 390 YOLANDAADAMSDpen My Heart 58 CHARLEWSONNAgut You 58 CARLTHOMAS/Emotkmal 05 MUSOmc 089 GERALD LEVERT/Baby UNe 089 JLLSCOTT/Gehio n The Way 089 DONNEMCCLURKN/We Fall Down 946 MUSO/JUS Friends (Sunny) 946 JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 946 CAVE HOLLSTEWOne Woman Man 9303 NDULARENdo 84 MAXWELUGetTo Know Ya 84 RLALSoulSista 94 R$ELLY8 Wish 6645 GLADYSKNGHT /f Were Your CARL THOMAS/ Wish 483 BETTY WRGHT/You Mine_ 483 AVANT/My First Love 483 ERYKAH BADU/Bag Lady 483 GERALD LEVERT/Dream With No Love 483 CHAME'M00BFhOner 483 PUBLC ANNOUNCFMENN /Man Not sow TAM A/Stranger n Ely House 4430 TON BRAXTON/Maybe 3544 R. KELLY /A Woman' Threat 3544 TON BRAXTON/Just Be A Man SYLEENAJOHNSON/ Am Your Woman 3544 SADE/K'mg Of Sorrow 3544 SPOOKS6Wcel Revenge 3544 WCKX/Columbus, OH Blue Chip (64) Strong/Stevens. Cume 80,408 Lw W G (000 MUSO/LOvs 699 NDAA6FNdeo 699 JA RUL E/LU MO../Pul t On Me 660 JOE F/MYSTKAUSu0er 660 LUDACRSSomhern Nesbiahry 659 SUNSHNEANDERSDNMeard t All 9ebre 659 KOFFEE BROWWMer Party 64 TANK/Maybel Deserve 64 MAXWELUGet TOKnow Ya 595 JON B/DOnl Talk 546 JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 546 CASEA4Ueg You 546 GNUWNE/There t s 55 PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT/Man AAnt Suppose JANET /All For You 490 TAMNSanger n My House 490 /5 Over Now 4394 DESTNY'SCHLD/Survlw! 45 JAHEM,Could Be 45 NWBirounce 388 LL'ZANEMone Tonight 388 OUTKAST/SO Fresh. So Clean 38 LL BOWWOW.fPUppy Love 38 EVEANhoS That GAd 3549 ERC BENET/Love Don't Love Me 3380 CHANTE' M00RE/Bitter 3380 FUNKMASTER FLEX/Good Lile 3 MONCA/Just Another Gid 304 R. KELLY /A Woman's Threat 83 MSSY ELLOTT/Get Ur Freak On 83 WPEG /Charlotte nfinity (04) CarsonrOukk. Cume 43,00 PLATS MARKET #3 ARTSTRTLE G000) SUNSHNE ANDERSON/Heard t All Before 9384 LUOACR56out em HOSpealiy 8096 R. KELLY/FeeRn' On Your_ 9 JOE F/MYSTKAL/SiuTer 360 KOFFEE BROWN /After Party 360 TANK/Maybe Deserve 699 OB FNEST FAS/Oochre Wally 664 MSSYELLOTT/Ge Ur Freak On 60 CONLGelCmnked Up 60 EVEAVhds That Girl 550 JARULE/LL'MO../Pul t On Me 550 PROJECT PAT/Chickenhead 550 CASE/Missing You 5336 JANET /MFOr You 55 TRCK DADDY/Take ltou Da House 55 GNUWNE/bere t s 4968 JAGGED EDGE/Promise 4968 KCBJOJO/Wanna Do You R4M 4600 JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 4600 LL BOWWOW..fluppy Love 446 SM( THE SHOCKER/Refs Cool 446 TAMASranger n My House 43 JAHEM/COed t Be 43 DUWAST/SO Heh. So Clean 43 MUSO/LO.e 4048 OLVW&m6lce 's Over New 3864 MR. CDE SLDEMAWCa- Cha Slide TKAST4AS. Jackson 3864 JAY- LJUstWanna Love WDAS /Philadelphia (60) Tamburro/Davis. Cume 50,00 PUYS MUSO/LOVe YOLANDAAOAMS/Open My Heart JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk CARL HOMAS/Emofunal DONNE MCCLURKNNJe Fall Down JLL SCOTT/Genin n The Way DAVE HOLLSTER/One Woman Man ETAKAH BADWOidnt Cha Know TAMAStranger n My House AVANT/MyHrrst Love NO 0 DES TONnl You Really. 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C THE SLDE MAN/ChaClu Slide BEBE WNANSTonight. Tonight GLADYS KNGHT / Were Your... CHANTE MOORE/Bier YOLANDAADAMS4 BeAeve Can Ry KESWEAT/Real Man TON BRAXTON/Maybe X-C! 8 JOJOlWanra Do You Right MUSOQO.e (000) TANK/Maybe Deserve 366 HPPNGTONSMEWETTA Found Heaven 305 DONNE MCCLURKNAVO Fall Down 305 SADFMAng OlSorrow PATTLABELLEM9ry Do We Hun SUNSHNE ANDEHS(NMeardl5ABefore 305 JANET /NFarYou RLAlood Love 83 3 WALTER BEASLEYAWanraKnow 83 3 ERC BENET/Love Don't Love Me 63 3 PUBLC ANNOUNCEMEff UMdn NntSuppose WOVE/New Orleans (504) Stevens/Watson. Come 86,00 MARKET #4 LW W G ( JARULE/LL'MO_/P ill On Me JOEF/MYSTKAUS0 er CASHMONEY./Proiecl Chick TANK/Maybel Omen, KANE 8 ABEL/Shake Like A Dog LUDACRSSoulhem osphaliy JAGGED EDGE/Promise MYSTKALF/NVEN anger (Been So...) 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A.W.u4mpo SUNSHNE ANOE RSONMeard t All Before JLL SCOTT/Tu RL/Gmd Love SADE/Every Word FUNKMASTER FLEX/Good Life SYLEENAJOHNSOW Am Your Woman ANGELAJOHNSONArdiary Things DESMOND PRNGLEWith Arms Wide Open DAVE HOLLSTER/Take Care Of Home SA0E/ON OtSorrow SFOOKSSweet Revenge MUSD/JUSt Friends(Sunny) KEVON EDMONDSAOve W All Be Waiting RACHELLE FTRRELLSahistied WYCLEFJEANMuNY./9 CHANTE' M00RE/Hner TEQA6len To Your Heart MACY GRAY/Why Didn't You ) WMMJ/Washington, DC Radio One (30) Conners/Thompson. Come 30, MAJC 0.3rFM G (000) MUSO8-ow 4 DAVEHOLLSTER/One Woman Man 648 JLL SCOTT /A Long Walk 648 AVANT/My Fast Love 648 TANA/Strargerin My House 648 CARL THOMAS/Emotional 650 DESMOND PRNGLE/WM Arms Wide Open 506 ERYKAH BACH/DidntCna Know 480 MAXWELL/Get To Know Ya 3856 KOFFEE BROWN/After Party 334 J4GGEE06E/Promise 334 DONNEMCCLURKNNNe Fall Down 333 PUBLC ANNOUNCEMFM /blanainlsuppose MK HOWARD/Nobody 333 SPOOKSSWeetReverge 333 RACHELLE FEHRELL/ Forgive You 65 MAZE FR. 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66 64 LAST Vl : Urban AC Top 30 WEEK Q Q Q s 8 e o O o 4 Q Breaker m m 3 s Breaker 0 e a 4 8 Debut> a 6 30 RL Good Love (Warner Bros.) Total Plays: 3, Total Stations:, Adds:3 March 3, 00 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) CASE Missing You (Def Sou/DJMG) Total Plays: 0, Total Stations, 6, Adds: TOTAL.- GROSS MPRESSONS loti WEEKSON CHART TOTALSTATONS TAMA Stranger n My House (Elektra/EEG) /0 JLL SCOTT A Long Walk (Hidden Beach /Epic) /0 MAXWELL Get To Know Ya (Columbia) / DAVE HOLLSTER One Woman Man (Def Squad /Dream Works) /0 CARL THOMAS Emotional (Bad Boy /Arista) /0 ERYKAH BADU Didn't Cha Know (Motown) /0 MUSC) Love (Del Soul /DJMG) /0 PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT Man Ain't Suppose To Cry (RCA) /3 KOFFEE BROWN After Party (Arista) / JESSE POWELL f (Silas /MCA) / DONNE MCCLURKN We Fall Down (Verity) /0 JAHEM Could t Be (Divine Mill/WB) /0 AVANT My First Love (Magic Johnson /MCA) /0 JANET All For You (Virgin) /5 TANK Maybe Deserve (BlackGround) /3 GLADYS KNGHT f Were Your Woman l (MCA) /0 CHARLE WLSON Without You (Major Hits) /0 JOE F /MYSTKAL Stutter (Jive) /0 NDA.ARE Video (Motown) / CHANTE' MOORE Bitter (Silas/MCA) /0 MUSC) Just Friends (Sunny) (Del SouL/DJMG) /0 SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before (Soulife /Atlantic) / RACHELLE FERRELL Forgive You (Capitol) /0 JAGGED EDGE Promise (So So Def /Columbia) /0 TON BRAXTON Maybe (LaFace /Arista) /0 SADE King Of Sorrow (Epic) /0 R. KELLY A Woman's Threat (Jive) / YOLANDA ADAMS Believe Can Fly ( Elektra/EEG) /0 ERC BENET Love Don't Love Me (Warner Bros.) /5 DESMOND PRNGLE With Arms Wide Open (Tommy Boy) / 39 Urban AC reporters. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 350 plays or more for the first time. Songs below No. 0 are moved to recurrent after 0 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitron Company). 00, R &R nc. New & Active K -C & JOJO Wanna Do You Right (MCA) Total Plays:, Total Stations: 4, Adds. AL JARREAU t's How You Say t (GRPNMG) Total Plays: 45, Total Stations: 0, Adds:5 RPPNGTONS F/HOWARD HEWETT Total Plays:, Total Stations'. 6, Adds: WALTER BEASLEY Wanna Know (Shanachie) Total Plays: 5, Total Stations: 5. Adds:O SYLEENA JOHNSON Am Your Woman (Jive) Total Plays: 4. Total Stations:. Adds:5 Found Heaven (Peak/Concord) JON B Don't Talk (Edmonds /Epic) Total Plays: 09. Total Stations:5, Adds:O HL ST. SOUL For Your Love (Dome/Select -O -Hits) Total Plays:00. Total Stations:. Adds: 0 PATT LABELLE Why Do We Hurt Each Other (MCA) Total Plays: 99, Total Stations: 5, Adds:O FORSHE' My World s Empty Without You (HDH) Total Plays: 65, Total Stations:. Adds: 0 FUNKMASTER FLEX Good Life (Loud) Total Plays'. 49, Total Stations: 5.Adds:O PECES OF A DREAM Theme From Mahogany (Heads Up) Total Plays: 9, Total Stations: 4, Adds: Songs ranked by total plays ADDS ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) Most Added ADDS CASE Missing You (Def Soul /DJMG) JANET A For You (Virgin) 5 ERC BENET Love Don't Love Me (Warner Bros.) 5 AL JARREAU t's How You Say t (GRPNMG) 5 SYLEENA JOHNSON Am Your Woman (Jive) 5 PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT Man Ain't Suppose To Cry (RCA) 3 TANK Maybe Deserve (BlackGround) 3 RL Good Love (Warner Bros.) 3 SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All... (Soulife /Atlantic) NDA.ARE Video (Motown) R. KELLY A Woman's Threat (Jive) PECES OF A DREAM Theme From Mahogany (Heads Up) Most ncreased Plays ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) TOTAL PLAY NCREASE JANET All For You (Virgin) +5 ERC BENET Love Don't Love Me (Warner Bros.) +4 MUSO Love (DefSouUDJMG) +30 SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All... (Soulife/Atlantic) +0 SYLEENA JOHNSON Am Your Woman (Jive) +8 AL JARREAU t's How You Say t (GRPNMG) +83 DONNE MCCLURKN We Fall Down (Verily) +8 PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT Man Ain't Suppose To Cry (RCA) +3 JAHEM Could t Be (Divine MiUWB) +56 TANK Maybe Deserve (BlackGround) +54 TOTALNCREASE Breakers JANET All For You (Virgin) TOTALSTATONSADDS 45/5 3/5 TOTAL4NCREASE 38/4 NDA.ARE Video (Motown) TOTALSTATKN4SADDS 3/ DART Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported to R &R by each reporting station. Songs unreported as adds do not count toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Plays fists the songs with the greatest week -to -week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. The most comprehensive and up -to- the -minute coverage of radio business news...at a special VP package rate! 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67 Wanna Urban AC March 3, 00 Most Played Recurrents TUNED -N R&R/MEDABASE 4/ 65 YOLANDA ADAMS Open My Heart (Elektra/EEG) SSQO ncomplete (Dragon /Def Soul /DJMG) R. KELLY Wish (Jive) ANGE STONE No More Rain (n This Cloud) (Arista) SADE By Your Side (Epic) JOE Know (Jive) sµn TON BRAXTON Just Be A Man About t (LaFace /Arista) JLL SCOTT Gettin' n The Way (Hidden Beach /Epic) DONELL JONES U Know What's Up (Untouchables /LaFace /Arista) CARL THOMAS DONELL JONES Where Wish (Bad Boy /Arista) Wanna Be (Untouchables /LaFace /Arista) ERYKAH BADO Bag Lady (Motown) MARY MARY Shackles (Praise You) (Columbia) JOE Treat Her Like A Lady (Jive) KELLY PRCE You Should've Told Me (T- Neck/Def Soul /DJMG) WHTNEY HOUSTON & DEBORAH COX Same Script, Different Cast (Arista) MAXWELL Fortunate (Rock Land /lnterscope /Columbia) BOYZ MEN Pass You By (Universal) ERC BENET Spend My Life With You (Warner Bros.) KEVON EDMONDS No Love ('m Not Used To) (RCA) URBAN AC. Going For Adds 3//0 JMMY COZER She's All Got (J) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: WKJS/Richmond 3am MAZE f /F. BEVERLY While 'm Alone TON BRAXTON He Wasn't Man Enough PATT LABELLE Love, Need & Want You Baby STEVE WONDER sn't She Lovely QUNCYJONES/T. CAMPBELL Tomorrow(ABolter...) JLL SCOTTA Long Walk CHAKA KHAN 'm Every Woman JLL SCOTT Gettin' n The Way GERALD LEVERT t/e. LEVERTAreadyMissing You WHSPERS Say Yes BLLY PAUL Me And Mrs. Jones BOBBY WOMACK f You Think You're Lonely... KOFFEE BROWN After Party ilam LEVERT Casanova AL JARREAU We're n This Love Together MAXWELL Get Ot Know Ya BOYZ MEN Thank You n Advance WHTNEY HOUSTON 'm Your Baby Tonight JANET All For You TEDDY PENDERGRASS Love T.K.O. JAGGED EDGE Promise STAPLE SNGERS Respect Yourself SLY & FAMLY STONE FamilyAffair CAMEO Single Life 4pm PATRCE RUSHEN Forget Me Nots TAMA Stranger n My House R. KELLY Dedicated YOLANDA ADAMS Believe Can Fly ARETHA FRANKLN Jump To t JAHEM Could t Be DEELE Two Occassions KOFFEE BROWN After Party BLACKSYROS Walking n Rhythm CAND STANTON Young Hearts Run Free -WW WYLD /New Orleans 3am MDNGHT STAR Slow Jam PATT LABELLE Shoe Was On The Other Foot MR. C THE SLDE MAN Cha -Cha Slide DONNEMCCLURKN We Fall Down WAR Why Can't We... PRNCE You Make My Sun Shine DAVE HOLLSTER One Woman Man JANET JACKSON Get Lonely RENE & ANGELA l'll Be Good PUBLC ANNOUNCEMENT Man Ain't Suppose... BLL SUMMERS... Call t What You Want TYRONE DAVS Sugar Daddy 5TH DMENSON One Less Bell To Answer l lam PRNCE You Make My Shine TEDDY PENDERGRASS Love T.K.O. ANTA BAKER Same Ole Love (365 Days...) TYRONE DAVS Sugar Daddy DONNE MCCLURKN We Fall Down CASE & JOE Faded Pictures SLY & THE FAMLY STONE Family Affair CURTS MAYFELD Superfly TEDDY PENDERGRASS Don't Love You... AL GREEN Let's Stay Together 4pmE. JESSE POWELL f JLL SCOT TA Long Walk TON BRAXTON Maybe LES NUBANS Makeda RCK JAMES Bustin' Out AL JARREAU fs How You Say t TANK Maybe Deserve YOLANDA ADAMS Believe Can Fly GOD'S PROPERTY Stomp 8pm 8pm Loud recording artists The Beatnuts stopped by R &R recently for a visit with Music Meeting's Al Machera (far right). But when Asst. Urban Editor Tanya O'Quinn (nd from left) met the two, the trade visit became an engagement party! Posing in the infamous Club R &R are O'Quinn, her future ex- husband, Psycho Les (left), and the man she's gonna cheat on him with, Tariq (nd from right). O. JONES f /J. NGRAM One Hundred Ways AVERAGE WHTE BAND A Love Of Your Own YOLANDA ADAMS Open My Heart DELLS The Love We Had Stays On... DAVE HOLLSTER One Woman Man BRAN MCKNGHTAnytime STEVE WONDER All Do JAGGED EDGE Promise ROSE ROYCE 'm Going Down PATT LABELLE Why Do We Hurt Each Other PRNCE Adore ANGELA BOFLL Try SADE King Of Sorrow TANK Maybe Deserve REFUGEE CAMPALLSTARS The Sweetest Thing BONEYJAMES 'll Always Love You BARRY WHTE t's Ecstasy When You Lay... EDDE KENDRCKS Keep On Truckin' MANHATTEN TRANSFER Ray's Rockhouse ZAPP Computer Love COMMODORES Lady (You Bring Me Up) BOBBY WOMACK f You Think You're Lonely... NATALE COLE 'm Catching Hell (Living...) CARL THOMAS Emotional Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Tuned -n is based on sample hours taken from Monday 3/. 00, R &R nc.

68 66 R &R March 3, 00 Country LON HELTON lheton 0rrontine.com `Even Label Chiefs Don't Listen To Country, Says One - Comments launch a tour of label execs' radios The quote that is the title of this week's column was the banner headline - above the fold, by _ the way - in the Friday, March 6 Nashville Tennessean. Not only was it the buzz of Music City, it also caused a maelstrom among Country programmers. The story centered around comments made by Mercury/Nashville Chairman Luke Lewis. Speaking on a panel at last week's South By Southwest music conference in Austin, he told the assembled, "f you were to poll the label heads on Music Row, the ones who didn't lie to you would tell you they don't listen to Country radio." On the same panel MCA/Nashville President Tony Brown said, "For me, in Nashville our music is totally boring, and 'm partly responsible. think we've let ourselves be manipulated too much by radio." Checking Out Presidents' Presets The duo's comments led to this week's column, which bumped the originally scheduled piece on CRS panels, which will run next week. Lewis' comments made me wonder what Nashville's label execs do listen to. So last Friday afternoon drove around to the labels, asking their respective presidents if could check out which stations were programmed "Country music is sounding a lot like AC, and a third of it is bad AC." Mike Dungan into their car radios. Not everyone was in the office, but no one found at work turned me down. Johnson, Hinton, Butler The fast stop on my tour was Giant/Nashville, where the radio in President Doug Johnson's Yukon yielded the following presets: Country WSM -FM, Country WSX, Country WKDF, CHR/Pop WQZQ (he says it's his 9- year -old daughter's favorite), AC WJXA and CHR/Pop WRVW. Talking about his Country radio listening habits, Johnson said, "Part of the reason listen to Country radio is to help figure out what kinds of Mike Dungan records need to be making to help it sound better in the next 8 months. Radio is playing the best of what we're sending them. The best thing we can do is give them more choices, which think is starting to happen right now. "When we turned on the car, `Mrs. Steven Rudy' was on - something that maybe wasn't even possible six months ago. That drives me to always be looking to find music that's compelling, something that comes on the radio and keeps people listening. "This is where the music comes from. Every record that radio plays, we paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to pick it, record it, ship it and promote ourselves silly on it. Maybe our target is wrong. We're all guilty of making radio the target for our music, instead of record buyers. Perhaps we should have the artists making the best music they can for record buyers and hope it's also something that radio can play." The next stop was MCA/Nashville and the car of Chairman Bruce Hinton. His presets: Jazz WMOT, Public Radio WPLN, News/Talk/Sports WWTN, WSM -FM, WSX, WKDF, Adult Alternative WRLT & WRLG, Classic Hits WGFX, WRVW and Urban WQQK. t was then on to Sony/Nashville and label President Allen Butler. His presets: WSM -FM, WSX, WKDF, WRLT & WRLG, WGFX and Classic Rock WNRQ. Butler's thoughts on radio: "'m like everybody else - listen to radio mostly on my way to and from work. like to listen to the radio for music. don't care about news, weather or traffic. My biggest gripe is that there's never any music on the radio in drive times, no matter what station Allen Butler Doug Johnson James Stroud it's on. Most of the time it's two people yelling at each other, or it's a commercial. f hear two songs during my 40- minute drive to work, it's a miracle. And those are usually oldies and recurrents. like to hear new music, to hear what artists are doing." Dungan, Lucks, Stroud The radio presets on the radio in the car belonging to Capitol/Nashville President Mike Dungan are Christian /Religious WNAZ, WMOT, "We need to quit whining. f people are unhappy with what we have, they need to change it. That's our responsibility, no one else's." James Stroud WPLN, WSM -FM, WSX, WQZQ, WRLT & WRLG, Oldies WMAK, WGFX and WKDF. Commenting on the way he uses radio, Dungan said, "When 'm looking to chill out and just enjoy some country music, listen to WSM -AM. listen to a lot of FM Country radio, but don't like most of what heat t's either bad AC music or too old. get tired of listening for an hour and not hearing any currents. listen for two hours, and the most current thing hear is 'Wide Open Spaces.' Continued on Page 6 Radio Angered By Label Chiefs' Remarks talked with a number of Country programmers as news spread of the Tennessean article quoting Tony Brown and Luke Lewis (see main article). Among the more blunt was KPLX (The Wolf)/ Dallas APD Smokey Rivers, who said, `What a load of crap. Once again, Country radio is being held responsible for a product that we have absolutely no hand in creating.we don't have any say in how music is written, produced, recorded or marketed, but it's our fault that it isn't creative or compelling. f that is the case, why weren't we getting all the credit when things were rosy? "And. where were Luke and Tony at CRS? They didn't have the guts to say all this in front of us, because they know we would nail 'em in public for it. Who cares how much money it cost Luke to launch Shania Twain? would say that the results were certainly worth it, wouldn't you? t cost a ton of money to launch The Wolf too. f it hadn't worked, who would we have blamed? The listeners? Nashville? Blaming the consumer if your product fails is nonsense. Get over it, retool, and start again. "As for the guy on the panel who proposed that radio should pay the labels to play their music, we already pay dearly to ASCAP and BM for that privilege, thank you. Ask the songwriters to share the wealth; surely they'll understand. They hate Country radio too - until the check hits their mailboxes." A Disservice WSX/Nashville PD Mike Moore was also pretty steamed when talked with him. "t's really a shame that, at a time when people in this format should be working together, looking for solutions, two prominent figures go on the record bashing themselves and all of us," he said. "t does all of us a disservice. 'm concerned about what happens when this story is picked up by other papers. Will it spawn 'Country s Dead' headlines in other publications? We don't need this perception about Country. "How can a headline that negative in the Tennessean be good for any of us? How awful is it that one of the guys who makes a lot of music says it's boring? The next time MCA promoters are busting my chops on a record, 'm just gonna tell 'em, 't's boring, and Tony agrees, so send it back to him until he gets it right.' "'m really sick and tired of people who get in these forums and make radio the evil gatekeeper when there are tons of gatekeepers along the way. You've got producers, A &R people, the promotion department, the label head - there are seven to 0 gatekeepers making decisions about music before it Mike Moore Smokey Rivers Ken Johnson ever gets to my desk. " would tell everyone involved in making and promoting the music: Don't send us stuff you think is crap and boring." Musical Carpetbaggers Longtime programmer Ken Johnson had a unique take on the matter. "Luke and Tony are right on the mark," he said. "And 'll add that firmly believe that most of today's Country radio OMs, PDs and MDs hold the same attitude - but for a different reason. "t seems to me that many of "What a load of crap. Once again, Country radio is being held responsible for a product that we have absolutely no hand in creating." Smokey Rivers them have never been true country fans to begin with. Many are in their current positions through consolidation, not because Country is their format of choice. 'd love to know the current proportion of programmers who have been in the Country format for 0 years or more vs. the newcomers who just recertly arrived from other formats. And how many of those truly chose their positions, and how many were 'assigned' by their companies? "The entire musical perspective of these carpetbaggers is coming from a pop or rock direction. wonder how many of them listen to their own stations (or any Country station, for that matter) for musical enjoyment at the end of the workday. 'd love to check their personal stash of CDs for what music they listen to in their leisure time. 'll bet very little of it is country. And when it is, it's probably Faith, Shania or some other pop -influenced country act. Continued on Page 6

69 CALVN GLBERT corn Nashville March 3, 00 R &R 6 Australian Country A Go -Go li Keith Urban and two rockers celebrate their first No. - Keith Urban scored a chart- topping single by writing and recording "But for the Grace of God." The song also resulted in the first No. single for two members of the rock band The Go -Go's. The Capitol /Nashville artist first collaborated with Jane Wiedlin and Charlotte Caffey when the two Go- Go's members made a songwriting pilgrimage to Nashville. The three were introduced by Urban's manager, Miles Copeland, who worked with The Go -Gos for many years. Wiedlin and Caffey really didn't know what to expect during the first songwriting session. "The songwriting process itself has always been so magical to me," Caffey says. "Getting a moment like what came together that day is really amazing." The three had struggled with other song ideas that day before coming up with "But for the Grace of God." " came up with a title 'd had for a while," Caffey recalls. `Then Keith Label Chiefs Continued from Page 66 " know radio's job is to get ratings, but it's bothersome that there are a handful of people who make the final decision that being conservative, only playing records that test well and being late on everything is the only way to get ratings. Country is sounding a lot like AC, and a third of it is bad AC. That's boring." From Sony it was on to VFR, home of one of today's hottest new records, Mark McGuinn's "Mrs. Steven Rudy." Presets on the radio of VFR co- President Paul Lucks: WMOT, Vanderbilt University's WRVU, WYYB, WRLT & WRLG and WSX. Climbing into. the Expedition of DreamWorks /Nashville President James Stroud, found his presets to be WGFX, WJXA, WQZQ, WSX, WWTN and WNRQ. Stroud was clearly upset about the entire discussion presented in the Tennessean. "We need to quit whining," he said. "This is great music. We have great artists and great fans. f people are unhappy with what we have, they need to change it. That's our responsibility, no one else's. To make it better, we have to open our ears and shut our mouths. Whining stirs things up in a negative way. We need to be positive; we all have too much invested." Addressing the remarks made by fellow producer Brown, Stroud noted, "All of Nashville's producers have one thing in common, and it heals all this crap: We all want to make a hit started playing music, and Jane started writing lyrics, and it all came together very quickly." Referring to Urban's talent as a songwriter and singer, Wiedlin notes, "Keith knows who he is. You can't make him be who you want him to be, which was how this songwriting session began. came in with some preconceived notions about him being some sort of rockabilly, crossover country guy. 'd say, 'You, should do this,' and he'd say, `No, no, no. "' Wiedlin was impressed with Urban's commitment to maintaining his own artistic voice. "That is really one of the most important character qualifications that an artist needs to have," she says. "Charlotte and have worked with lots and lots of artists, record. Radio wants it. We want it. No one can stop a hit. " know Tony Brown loves his music, and love to listen to Tony's music. He has a lot of pride in and emotion about what he does. don't know that he meant the music was boring. think what has happened is that we have such a high standard of quality in this town, with regard to our music, that we don't have any mediocrity anymore. Everything has a sameness, but it's a sameness, if you will, of quality. "We don't have bogus, bad records anymore. We have records with a high standard quality. We may well have to break out with something that has a 'garage' feel and sound to it. Nobody can make better records than we do in this town. Nobody has better artists or better singers. " also take great offense when hear people say that our music isn't good. 'm a musician, and didn't get where am by playing half -assed. The vast majority of people in this town work hard and are diligent about making great music. Very few just slough off and hope the music works." Stroud was also concerned about what didn't get done at the recent CRS. "We missed a real opportunity," he lamented. "nstead of a week of showcases and promotion, we need to have the label heads and programmers talk about creative ideas and ways to communicate. We need to find better ways of doing things so we don't squander marketing dollars on things that don't work. "The people who make music in this town need to talk with program- writing with them and for them. f they don't know who they are, they never make it. "Sometimes just knowing who they are is more important than being particularly talented. n Keith's case, he's the finest guitar player 've ever seen. He's a pitch -perfect singer, and he's easy on the eyes." Wiedlin and Caffey both admit that they screamed with joy when Urban called to tell them their song had hit No.. "He had called a week before to say that we were No. in Canada, and we were screaming over that too," Wiedlin says. Both women are well -aware that Nashville is filled with songwriters who have never had a No. single. Regarding their own achievement, mers about the real nifty gritty of how we make our music and who makes our music. t's our chance every year. t would be wonderful if we could sit down and communicate as partners instead of as competitors or - as it sometimes seems - enemies." Galante, Norman During my travels late Friday afternoon wasn't able to catch up with RLG/Nashville President Joe Galante or WB- Reprise/Nashville President Jim Ed Norman. However, Peter Cooper of the Tennessean did talk with them for a piece that ran on the front page of Saturday's (3/) newspaper. Galante told Cooper that his listening is scattered around stations. He added, " can tell you, yes, do listen to Country radio. Tony and Luke dislike a lot of what they're hearing, and that's fine. Are there boring parts? Sure. There are records punch out, but that's true of any format. s Country the only place that has these problems? don't think so." Among Norman's comments to Cooper. "f [they're] trying to say that we're in a period that's tough for all of us, 'd agree with that. But if [they're] suggesting that, as a label head, find nothing pleasurable and listenable about Country radio, 'd disagree." Norman went on to say, "Radio is playing what people are willing to listen to. Our job as producers is to come up with music that fits radio and at the same time is very captivating and compelling. That is difficult to do right now, but these things go in cycles." Capitol recording artist Keith Urban first got together with Jane Wiedlin and Charlotte Caffey of The Go -Gos to write songs. They reunited last week to celebrate after one of those songs - "But for the Grace of God" - became Urban's first No. single. "But for the Grace of God" is also the first chart- topping single written by Caffey and Wiedlin. Pictured are (l -r) Wiedlin, Urban and Caffey. Wiedlin says, "Hopefully, the songwriters of Nashville aren't resentful, as though we're interlopers. We've been songwriting for 3 years, and it's our first No., so it's not like we haven't been paying our dues." The three songwriters were honored last week in Nashville with separate No. parties at BM and ASCAP. "We love this," Caffey says. "There's nothing like this in L.A. The songwriting community here and this being the music capital of the nation... you really know that. Actually, 0 years ago, when we first started in L.A., there was a community of musicians that we sort of sprung out of. That was really great, so being in this environment really feels good." ` There are no No. parties like this in L.A.," Wiedlin says. "We didn't even know what Keith was talking about." Urban loves the parties, yet he's uncomfortable with the attention. "t's a weird, conflicting feeling for me," he says. "Part of me is obviously grateful for having a No., but there's a little part of me that wants to put my hands over my ears and go, `La, la, la.' just Radio Angered Continued from Page 66 But, like the music- industry execs, how many radio people will actually admit it? "No wonder our format is in the tank. A high proportion of radio's decisionmakers don't really like it to begin with and are filling their playlists with the most insipid, pop- inspired drivel they can find, as long as it fits their personal perspective of what country music should be. God help us. " surely don't believe that the Country format should be all traditionally based, but there should at least be a blend of styles. The most interesting and exciting eras of country music have occurred when the greatest musical diversity was allowed to flourish. Right now it seems that pop and AC country are about all that is allowed through by the majority of radio's gatekeepers, due to their personal biases. want to write more songs." The native Australian has been writing songs in Nashville since he began making regular trips to the U.S. in 99. " would drive into Music Row every morning - 9am, Monday through Friday," he says. 'There were many times was driving to the Row literally crying and thinking, 'God, why do have to do this? 'm terrified. don't know who 'mgoingto write with today. What if can't write anything? This is a painful thing to have to do.' " did it for so many years, but got to know the writers by doing that - as people, not just as writers. 've gotten to know them as such spiritual people. 'm just honored to be a part of the community in any way." Urban has been nominated for several awards, including Top New Male Vocalist at the upcoming ACM Awards. Regarding his success, he says, "t feels like have to justify the validation. think 'm certainly more spiritually read}, for it than have been in the past. recognize that it's corning along at the right time. don't have anything but the desire to do my best. t's as simple as that." " would tell everyone involved in making and promoting the music: Don't send us stuff you think is crap and boring." Mike Moore "As a lifelong country fan, 've never been more disappointed in our industry than in the last few years. And we can surely thank the FCC, deregulation, corporate greed and dispassionate programmers for aiding in country's demise."

70 Need Could Would've Want Think 68 LAST WEEK 0 THS WEEK Country Top 50 March 3, 00 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) TOTAL PONTS TOTAL GROSS WEEKS ON TOTAL STATONS/ TW TW MPRESSONS CHART ADDS (0) DAMOND RO One More Day (Arista) /0 TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like... (DreamWorks) /0 3 0 JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am (DreamWorks) /0 5 Q FATH HLL f My Heart Had Wings (Warner Bros.) /0 6 TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive (Columbia) / 4 6 KETH URBAN But For The Grace Of God (Capitol) / 9 p BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You (Arista) / 0 o KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice (BNA) / 8 Q TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him (Atlantic) / e DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going With Me (Monument) / 3 m MARTNA MCBRDE t's My Time (RCA) /0 e TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) /3 5 TRCK PONY Pour Me (HE/WB) /4 SHEDASY Lucky 4 You (Tonight 'm...) (Lyric Street) / 6 GARY ALLAN Right Where To Be (MCA) / 8 MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy (VFR) /3 4 WARREN BROTHERS Move On (BNA) /0 v t PHL VASSAR Rose Bouquet (Arista) / 9 PAM TLL'S Please (Arista) / 0 ED PATTY LOVELESS The Last Thing On My Mind (Epic) /4 4 GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA) /4 3 SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) /3 8 ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) / ED STEVE HOLY The Hunger (Curb) / MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me (Columbia) /5 ( 5 CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes (Capitol) /4 6 AARON TPPN People Like Us (Lyric Street) /3 9 m VNCE GLL Shoot Straight From Your Heart (MCA) / 3 KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) / Breaker e TERR CLARK No Fear (Mercury) /4 34 LEANN RMES But Do Love You (Curb) /3 43 BRAD PASLEY Two People Fed n Love (Arista) / ERC HEATHERLY Wrong Five O'Clock (Mercury) /0 36 CHRS CAGLE Laredo (Capitol) / KNLEYS 'm n (Epic) /0 35 '> CHALEE TENNSON Go Back (Asylum/WB) /0 38 MEREDTH EDWARDS A Rose s A Rose (Mercury) / 3 9 NEAL MCCOY Beatin' t n (Giant) /0 4 SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) /4 39 m CLAY WALKER Say No More (Giant) /9 40 4' LORRE MORGAN & SAMMY KERSHAW He Drinks Tequila (RCA) / 4 () HAL KETCHUM She s (Curb) /5 (Debut> JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) /3 44 CD TRACY BYRD W/MARK CHESNUTT A Good Way To Get... (RCA) / (Debu RASCAL FLATTS While You Loved Me (Lyric Street) /44 46 COLLN RAYE You Still Take Me There (Epic) /0 49 () MARSHALL DYLLON You ( Dreamcatcher) /5.3 m SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow (Mercury) /0 Debut> e TRACY LAWRENCE Unforgiver (Atlantic) /4 50 LSA ANGELLE Will Love You (DreamWorks) /0 46 Country reporters. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Songs ranked by total points for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining points /plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total points /plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs achieving airplay at 60% of reporter base for the first time. Songs that are down in points /plays for three consecutive weeks and below No. are moved to recurrent. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitron Company). 00, R &R nc e994,34,V,453ti. Most Added ARTST TTLE LABELS) ADDS RASCAL FLATTS While You Loved Me (Lyric Street) 44 BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) 3 JAME O'NEAL When About Angels (Mercury) 3 TRACY BYRD W/MARK CHESNUTT A Good Way... (RCA) TRSHA YEARWOOD Loved You Anyway (MCA) CHRS CAGLE Laredo (Capitol) 9 JOHN RCH Forever Loving You (BNA) 8 TAMMY COCHRAN Angels n Waiting (Epic) 6 GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA) 4 TRACY LAWRENCE Unforgiven (Atlantic) 4 CHARLE ROBSON You Bad (Columbia) 4 Most ncreased Points ARTST TOLE LABEL(S) TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive (Columbia) GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA) BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy (VFR) ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You (Arista) KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice (BNA) TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him (Atlantic) SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going With... (Monument) +683 GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be (MCA) +46 JAME O'NEAL When TOTAL PONT NCREASE Think About Angels (Mercury) +64 MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't... (Columbia) +4 PATTY LOVELESS The Last Thing On My Mind (Epic) +044 Most ncreased Plays ARTST,_E LABEL(S) TOTAL PLAY NCREASE TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) +58 TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive (Columbia) +5 GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA) +45 BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) +44 MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy (VFR) +459 BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You (Arista) +456 ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) +43 KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice (BNA) +389 TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him (Atlantic) +35 SARA EVANS Not Ask For More (RCA) +36 Breakers. TERR CLARK No Fear (Mercury) 60% of our reporters on it (88 stations) 4 Adds Moves Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported to R &R by each reporting station. Songs unreported as adds do not count toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Points /Plays lists the songs with the greatest week -tc -week increases in total Points /Plays. 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71 Country ndicator TM Manch 3, 00 R &R'S EXCLUSVE REPORTED OVERVEW OF NATONAL ARPLAY ARTST TTLE (LABEL) TOTAL STATONS/ ADDS GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be (MCA) 33/ TOTAL PONTS TOTAL JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am (DreamWorks) 3/ a ARTSTT?LE LABEL(S) Most Added 69 ADDS BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) 3 RASCAL FLATTS While You Loved Me (Lyric Street) 0 TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) 9 JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) LEANN RMES But Do Love You (Curb) 6 LSA ANGELLE Will Love You (DreamWorks) 4/ T. BYRD W/M. CHESNUTT A Good Way To Get... (RCA) 5 TERR CLARK No Fear (Mercury) 5/ TAMMY COCHRAN Angels n Waiting (Epic) 4/ ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) 4 TRSHA YEARWOOD Would've Loved You Anyway (MCA) 4 MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy (VFR) 3 STEVE HOLY The Hunger (Curb) 3 CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes (Virgin) 3/ CHRS CAGLE Laredo (Capitol) 3 DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going... (Monument) 3/ SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS Am A Man... (Mercury) 3 SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) MARSHALL DYLLON Live t Up (Dreamcatcher) / KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) CLAY WALKER Say No More (Giant) MARSHALL DYLLON You (Dreamcatcher) 6/ SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) MEREDTH EDWARDS A Rose s A Rose (Mercury) / TRACY LAWRENCE Unforgiven (Atlantic) GREAT DVDE Out Of Here Tonight (Broken Bow) TYLER ENGLAND Drove Her To Dallas (Capitol) / DARRYL WORLEY Second Wind (DreamWorks) SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) 35/ VNCE GLL Shoot Straight From Your Heart (MCA) 9/ ERC HEATHERLY Wrong Five O'Clock (Mercury) 4/ STEVE HOLY The Hunger (Curb) 6/ ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) 36/ KORTNEY KAYLE Don't Let Me Down (Lyric Street) 3/ Most ncreased TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me... (DreamWorks) 36/ Points HAL KETCHUM She s (Curb) 5/ ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) KNLEYS 'm n (Epic) 8/ TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) +33 TRACY LAWRENCE Unforgiven (Atlantic) 0/ TOTAL PONT NCREASE BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) +659 MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy (VFR) +544 PATTY LOVELESS The Last Thing On My Mind (Epic) 34/ GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA) +53 MARTNA MCBRDE t's My Time (RCA) 35/ NEAL MCCOY Beatin' t n (Giant) 6/ BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You (Arista) +46 KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice (BNA) +438 SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) +356 PATTY LOVELESS The Last Thing On My Mind (Epic) +33 MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't... (Columbia) 3/ TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive (Columbia) +335 CRAG MORGAN Want Us Back (Atlantic) / ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) +30 LEANN RMES But Do Love You (Curb) +38 MORGAN & KERSHAW He Drinks Tequila (RCA) / DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going... (Monument) +96 TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him (Atlantic) +56 JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) / SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) +3 BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) 8/ KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) +04 COLLN RAYE You Still Take Me There (Epic) 8/ JOHN RCH Forever Loving You (BNA) / CHARLE ROBSON Want You Bad (Columbia) 3/ KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) 9/ TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him (Atlantic) 36/ SHEDASY Lucky 4 You... (Lyric Street) 5/ Most ncreased SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) 6/ Plays TOTAL SOUTH SXTY FVE The Most Beautiful Girl (Atlantic) 4/ PLAY ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) NCREASE CHALEE TENNSON Go Back (Asylum/WB) / TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) +39 PAM TLLS Please (Arista) 34/ TRCK PONY Pour Me (HE/WB) 35/ BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) +06 GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA) +65 MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy (VFR) +6 BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You (Arista) +45 TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day (Columbia) 3/ KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice (BNA) +34 KETH URBAN But For The Grace... (Capitol) 35/ ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) +09 SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) +06 CLAY WALKER Say No More (Giant) 8/ TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive (Columbia) +03 WARREN BROTHERS Move On (BNA) 34/ HANK WLLAMS Don't Know (Curb) / LEANN RMES But Do Love You (Curb) +96 PATTY LOVELESS The Last Thing On My Mind (Epic) +9 DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going... (Monument) +8 TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him (Atlantic) +65 TRSHA YEARWOOD Would've Loved You... (MCA) 8/ SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) +65 MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't... (Columbia) Country ndicator reporters in markets 4-0. Songs ranked alphabetically for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. STEVE HOLY The Hunger (Curb) , R &R nc. KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) +56

72 Am 0 ARTST Title (Label) Bullseye Country Ca llout EXCLUSVE NATONAL MUSC RESEARCH ESTMATES March 3, 00 BULLSEYE song selection is based on the top 3 5 titles from the R &R Country chart for the airplay week of February 5 -March 3. LKE A _OT TOTAL POSTVE NEUTRAL FAMLARTY DSLKE BURN TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This (Dream Works) 34.8% 6.3%.0% 9.5%.3%.0% DAMOND 30 One More Day (Arista) 34.0% 5.5% 6.5% 98.5% 4.0%.5% KETH URBAN But For The Grace Of God (Capitol) 36.0% 4.8% 8.0% 99.5% 3.8% 3.0% JESSCA ANDREWS Who (Dream Works) 30.5% 3.3% 9.0% 98.0% 3.8%.0% KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice (BNA) 6.8%.3% 3.8% 9.5%.3% 0.3% TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him (Atlantic).5% 69.3%.5% 95.5% 3.3%.5% TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive (Columbia) 6.8% 68.8% 3.3% 96.8% 3.3% 0.8% DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going Down With Me (Monument) 5.3% 6.5% 0.8% 95.5% 4.8%.5% AARON TPPN People Like Us (Lyric Street).0% 6.5% 5.8% 00.0% 5.8%.0% LEE ANN WOMACK Ashes By Now (MCA) 6.3% 6.0%.0% 99.3% 6.8% 3.5% ERC HEATHERLY Wrong 5 O'Clock (Mercury).5% 66.5%.3% 9.0% 8.0% 0.3% WARREN BROTHERS Move On (BNA) 3.0% 66.0% 3.3% 95.3% 5.5% 0.5% BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You (Arista).8% 65.0%.8% 9.5% 4.0% 0.8% TRCK PONY Pour Me (HE/WB) 5.8% 63.8% 3.0% 98.3% 9.8%.8% SHEDASY Lucky 4 You (Tonight 'm...) (Lyric Street) 8.3% 63.5% 6% 96.5% 4.8%.3% ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista).8% 63.3% 4.5% 93.3% 4.8% 0.8% MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't.., (Columbia) 0.5% 63.3% 5.5% 94.5% 4.5%.3% GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be (MCA) 9.5% 6.% 5.0% 9.0% 6.8% 3.3% KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) 5.8% 6.ó'i 9.8% 96.%.8%.5% GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA).5% 6.0%.5% 85.5%.5% 0.5% PATTY LOVELESS The Last Thing On My Mind (Epic).3% 58.3% 30.3% 96.0% 5.8%.8% FATH HLL. f My Heart Had Wings (Warner Bros.).8% 58.0% 3.5% 98.3% 3.5% 5.3% SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) 9.5% 5.8% 8.5% 90. % 3.3% 0.5% CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes (Capitol) 4.3% 5.5% 30. % 94.0% 6.8% 0.5% LEANN RMES But Do Love You (Curb) 6.8% 56.0%.8% 89.5% 5.5% 0.3% STEVE HOLY The Hunger (Curb).5% 54.8% 30.0% 90.0% 5. % 0.3% CHALEE TENNSON Go Back (Asylurn/WB) 3.0% 54.0%.8% 9.5% 0.3% 0.5 /4 PHL VASSAR Rose Bouquet (Arista) 8.8% 54.0% 3.5% 94.5%.3%.8% MARTNA MCBRDE t's My Time (RCA) 9.0% 53.8% 6.0% 9.5% 0.8%.0% CHRS CAGLE Laredo (Capitol).5% 53.5% 4.8% 83.8% 5.3% 0.3% PAM TLLS Please (Arista) 4.5% 53.5% 8.8% 94.8%.0%.5% TERR CLARK No Fear (Mercury).3% 5.0% 30.0% 89.0% 5.3%.8% VNCE GLL Shoot Straight From Your Heart (MCA) 6.3% 5.0% 35.8% 93.3% 5.0% 0.5% KNLEYS 'm n (Epic) MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy (VFR) 6.0% 8.3% 5.8% 50.3% 38.5% 3.5% 95.5% 9.8% 4.8% 8.0% 0.5%.0% ( ul seye Nz ALLOUT,w Password of the Week: Kraig Question of the Week: Do you have access on a regular (not just daily) basis to the nternet from a computer at home or at work? f yes, then what is the primary reason you log onto the nternet? s it to... Check or use instant messengets Visit a specific web site Get news or sports information Buy, listen to or download music Total Sample Have regular nternet access: 4% Check /instant messenger. 5% Visit specific web site: 6% Get news or sports info: 8% Buy/listen/download music: 9% Pl Listeners Have regular nternet access: 3% Check emaivmstant messenger. 6% Visit specific web site: 4% Get news or sports info: 9% Buy/listen/download music: 5% P+ Listeners Have regular nternet access: 5% Check emaivmstant messenger. 46% Visit specific web site: % Get news or sports info: 0% Buy/listen/download music: % Male Have regular nternet access: 3% Check unstant messenger. 5% Visit specific web site: % Get news or sports info: 5% Buy/listen/download music: % Female Have regular nternet access: 3% Check instant messenger. 64% Visit specific web site: 3% Get news or sports info: % Buy/listen/download music: % 5-34s Have regular nternet access: 65% Check emaivmstant messenger. 5% Visit specific web site: 8% Get news or sports info: 9% Buy/listen/download music: 6% Total sample size is 400 persons weekly with a +- 5% margin of error. Scoring is done each week using live interviewers conducting the interview with each respondent. Scores are: a) Like t A Lot, n Fact t's One Of My Favorites b) Like t c) t's Okay.. Just So -So d) Don't Like t e) 'm Tired Of Hearing t On The Radio f) Don't Recognize t. To be included in the weekly callout songs must enter the top 40 positions on R &R's Country airplay chart. The sample is composed of year -old persons who identify Country as their favorite music and who listen daily to competitive country radio in the sample markets. The sample is 50% maleffemale.../3" each in the 5-34, 35-44, and demos. The sample is balanced by region, and markets within that region. Bullseye Callout is conducted in these regions and markets. Market selection is determined by Bullseye. NORTHEAST: Washington, DC., Harrisburg, PA., Providence, Rochester, NY., Springfield, MA., Hartford, Portland, ME., Portsmouth, NH. SOUTHEAST: Charlotte, Atlanta, Tampa, Nashville, Chattanooga, Mobile, AL, Charleston, SC., Jackson, MS., MDWEST: Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Kansas City, Lansing, M., Ft Wayne, N., Rockford, L., ndianapolis. SOUTHWEST: Dallas -Ft. Worth, Tucson, Albuquerque, Oklahoma City, Houston -Galveston, Phoenix, Lafayette LA., San Antonio. WEST: Portland, OR., Salt Lake City, Fresno, Bakersfield, Spokane, WA., Riverside -San Bernardino, Boise, Denver, Monterey -Salinas. 00 R &R nc. 00 Bullseye Marketing Research inc. The Real Deal. Dick Jacison's Country Hall of Fame 3 -HOUR WEEKEND SHOW CD BARTER- For affiliate information, contact Gina C. Whitt

73 Country Action March 3, 00 R &R The hew Album Gallery John Anderson Nobody's Got t All (Columbia) Nobody's Got t All is John Anderson's first new album in three years and his first for Columbia. t is also the singer's first project to be produced by Blake Chancey and Paul Worley, the team that helped turn The Dixie Chicks into a superstar act. Anderson welcomed the approach they took in recording the album. He explains, "t was very relaxed, but it was also very serious and focused. We'd cut for two days - all day - and then take maybe a month off and go listen to reassess and re- evaluate what we had. kind of like that process, as opposed to going into the studio and trying to do it all in four or five days in a row." As for the song selection, Anderson says, "When this album came along, we decided that we weren't going to worry about commercial restraints, about why certain songs might or might not get played. We'd just do songs we liked and hope they'd get played." Anderson co -wrote three songs for the project, including two with Dean Dillon. However, Anderson also tackles an interesting mix of outside material, including Bruce Springsteen's "Atlantic City," a song he first heard on The Band's album Jericho. Other highlights include Dennis Linde's humorous "The Big Revival" and the late Kent Robbins' title cut, which was written with Layng Martine Jr. Robbins, who died a few years ago in an automobile accident, helped write several of Anderson's biggest hits, including "Straight Tequila Night" and " Wish Could Have Been There." The Bellamy Brothers The 5 Year Collection, Vol. (DeltaDisc) What's the big deal with country singles crossing over to pop radio, and vice -versa? The Bellamy Brothers were all over the radio dial in 96 with their first hit, "Let Your Love Flow," which topped the pop charts in 0 nations. Through the years Howard and David Bellamy made their continued presence known at Country radio with enough hits to impress almost anybody. They've collected the best of the material for The 5 Year Collection, Vol., their first album to be released through an alliance with DeltaDisc. "t was the best way David and could think of going 'grey, "' Howard Bellamy says, adding, "A silver anniversary of hit songs is the only way to go, man!" The hits contained on the compilation include "Let Your Love Flow," as well as time -tested honky -tonk favorites such as "Do You Love as Good as You Look," "'d Lie to You for Your Love" and "Old Hippie," along with live recordings of "Redneck Girl," "f Said You Had a Beautiful Body (Would You Hold t Against Me)" and " Could Be Persuaded." The Great American Country video channel is helping the Bellamy Brothers celebrate their silver anniversary with an hourlong special, 5 Years of Hits With the Bellamy Brothers, featuring live performances and interviews. The special debuts April 3. Clay Walker Say No More (Giant) Since signing with Giant in 993 Clay Walker has sold more than 8 million albums, earning four Platinum and two Gold ones. Walker took some artistic chances on his seventh project, Say No More, which he produced with Byron Gallimore, Blake Mevis and Brent Mason. Walker says, "Before, was walking along a fence. Now feel like 've jumped into the tall grass, and 'm the hunter. 've always loved what do, but now 'm back in love with the music. t's passionate again." He adds, " haven't ever put this much time or as much heart and soul into an album, not even the first one. let it all hang out, gave everything have to this. There have always been one or two great songs on previous albums, but always seemed to stop short of going all the way for every song. This album was difficult to make, because didn't hide the emotions went through on every song. t's why love singing, because 'm actually living the songs while ' m singing them." Co- writing several songs for Say No More, Walker says, "This album is more about real situations. t's more where people live... less dreamy, nothing slick." The title cut climbs to No. 40 on this week's R &R Country chart. Other cuts include "Real," which was co- written by Lonestar's Richie McDonald. Walker also packs a surprise with his Spanish -language version of Ritchie Valens' "La Bamba," a fixture of Walker's live shows. 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74 Could Am Am COUNTRY. R &R March 3, 00 Country New & Active CHARLE ROBSON Want You Bad (Columbia) Total Stations: 3, Adds: 4, Points: 9, Plays: ( +) TAMMY COCHRAN Angels n Waiting (Epic) Total Stations: 4, Adds: 6, Points: 649, Plays: 3 ( +05) TRSHA YEARWOOD Would've Loved You Anyway (MCA) Total Stations: 30, Adds:, Points: 543, Plays: 89 ( +8) JOHN RCH Forever Loving You (BNA) Total Stations: 0, Adds: 8, Points: 356, Plays: 6 ( +6) CRAG MORGAN Want Us Back (Atlantic) Total Stations: 0, Adds: 0, Points: 36, Plays: 3 ( +6) Songs ranked by total points. Curb recording artistjo Dee Messina paid a visitto WGAR/ Cleveland recently to hang with the staff. Pictured (l -r) are MD Chuck Collier, PD Meg Stevens, Messina and OM Kevin Matheney. WHEN THNK ABOUT JAME... AND RUSSELL Actor and Academy Award nominee Russell Crowe surprised the crowd at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, TN March 3 when he took the stage with Mercury recording artist Jamie O'Neal. "t was a total last -minute thing," explains O'Neal. " asked him if he would like to get up on stage, and he said, 'Sure. My guitar is in the car.' t all happened 0 minutes before went on." Crowe performed the Johnny Cash classic "Folsom Prison Blues." Later that evening, Crowe introduced O'Neal at a private "disco" party, where she sang Gloria Gaynor's " Will Survive." Pictured are O'Neal and Crowe. PLEASE SEND YOUR PHOTOS R &R wants your best snapshots (color or black & white). Please include the names and titles of all pictured and send them to: R &R c/o Heidi Van Aistyne: 000 Santa Monica Blvd., 5th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 9006 National Radio Formats ABC RADO NETWORKS Coast -To -Coast Mark Edwards (9) Adds: No Adds Hottest: TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More ALTERNATVE PROGRAMMNG Steve Knoll (800) 3-88 Gary Knoll Adds: SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS Am A Man Of Constant... Hottest: DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going Down... SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More. avi:.a wxml;-mm.<.,ä.;at.:u,rs.atc JONES BROADCAST PROGRAMNG Ken Moultrie (800) Mainstream Country Ray Randall/Hank Aaron Adds: GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be Hottest: JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am FATH HLL f My Heart Had Wings TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You DAMOND RO One More Day New Country L.J. Smith/Hank Aaron Adds: CHRS CAGLE Laredo Hottest: JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am FATH HLL f My Heart Had Wings TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You DAMOND RO One More Day Lia Ken Moultrie/Hank Aaron Adds: MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy Hottest: JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am FATH HLL f My Heart Had Wings TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You DAMOND RO One More Day JONES RADO NETWORK Jim Murphy (303) M-800 CD COUNTRY John Hendricks Adds: No Adds Hottest: ALABAMA When t All Goes South BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You DAMOND RO One More Day TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This TRCK PONY Pour Me US COUNTRY Penny Mitchell Adds: No Adds Hottest: DAMOND RO One More Day TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice GREAT AMERCAN COUNTRY John Hendricks Adds: 3 OF HEARTS Love s Enough NEAL COTY Breathin' DELBERT MCCLNTON When Ria Leaves PHL VASSAR Rose Bouquet Elite: ALABAMA When t All Goes South JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice DAMOND RO One More Day TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him SHEDASY Lucky 4 You (Tonight 'm Just Me) TRCK PONY Pour Me TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive KETH URBAN But For The Grace Of God PREMERE RADO NETWORKS After Midnite KELLY ERCKSON (88) Adds: CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes Hots: DAMOND RO One More Day JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am FATH HLL f My Heart Had My Wings SHEDASY Lucky 4 You (Tonight 'm Just Me) TRAVS TRTT ts A Great Day To Be Alive TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You RADO ONE COUNTRY PLAYLET JM WEST (90) Adds: KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes Hottest: JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am DAMOND RO One More Day TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This WESTWOOD ONE RADO NETWORKS Charlie Cook (66) Mainstream Country David Felker Adds: SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More Hottest: DAMOND RO One More Day KETH URBAN But For The Grace Of God TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am FATH HLL f My Heart Had Wings Hot Country Jim Hays Adds: No Adds Hottest: DAMOND RO One More Day TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive GREAT * * **._ AMERCAN * - ADDS 3 OF HEARTS Love s Enough DELBERT MCCLNTON When Rita Leaves NEAL COTY Breathin' PHL VASSAR Rose Bouquet TOP 0 JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice WLKNSONS Wanna Be That Girl TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This SOUTH SXTYFVE The Most Beautiful Girl STEVE HOLY The Hunger SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More DAMOND RO One More Day RASCAL RATES This Everyday Love JAME O'NEALThere s No Arizona ADDS nformation currentas of March MUSC in 4 million households Chris Parr, Director /Programming Paul Hastaba, VP /GM GREAT DVDE Out Of Here Tonight RENE KELLEY A Little Bluer Than That RCK FERRELL The Girl's Got t Goin On TAMMY COCHRAN Angels n Waiting TRENT SUMMAR & THE NEW ROW MOB Paint Your Name n Purple TOP TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This DAMOND RO One More Day JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am GARY ALLAN Right Where ALSON KRAUSS Maybe SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS Need To Be DARRYL WORLEY AGood Day To Run A Man Of Constant Sorrow TRAVS TRTT ts A Great Day To Be Alive JO DEE MESSNA Bum SHEDASY Lucky 4 You (Tonight 'm Just Me) KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice PATTY LOVELESS The Last Thing On My Mind HEAVY BROOKS & OUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You DAMOND RO One More Day JESSCA ANDREWS Who JO DEE MESSNA Bum KETH URBAN But For The Grace Of God KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive HOT SHOTS CHARLE ROBSON SARA EVANS Want You Bad Not Ask For More SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow TRCK PONY Pour Me nformation currentas of March, 00

75 Country 3 March 3, 00 Most Played Recurrents -T U N ED J, ' COUNTRY R&R/MEDABASE 4/ JAME O'NEAL There s No Arizona (Mercury) TM MCGRAW My Next Thirty Years (Curb) JO DEE MESSNA Burn (Curb) 9.3..urv eyc L WCOL/Columbus «3am i 5FM WUBE/Cincinnati 3am a LEE ANN WOMACK Ashes By Now (MCA) PHL VASSAR Just Another Day n Paradise (Arista) DXE CHCKS Without You (Monument) GARTH BROOKS Wild Horses (Capitol) BRAD PASLEY We Danced (Arista) TRAVS TRTT Best Of ntentions (Columbia) LONESTAR Tell Her (BNA) SARA EVANS Born To Fly (RCA) RASCAL FLATTS This Everyday Love (Lyric Street) LONESTAR What About Now (BNA) DARRYL WORLEY A Good Day To Run (DreamWorks) GARTH BROOKS Catlin' Baton Rouge PAM TLLS Please FATH HLL Piece Of My Heart TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him JO DEE MESSNA Burn RASCAL FLATTS This Everyday Love GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be TRSHA YEARWOOD How Do l Live REBA MCENTRE Why Haven't Heard From You SHEDASY Lucky 4 You (Tonight 'm...) TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This VNCE GLL Pretty Little Adriana TANYA TUCKER Two Sparrows n A Hurricane am DAMOND RO One More Day BROOKS & DUNN My Maria LSAANGELLE Will Love You HAL KETCHUM Small Town Saturday Night L. MORGAN & S. KERSHAW He Drinks Tequila GEORGE STRAT Check Yes Or No ALABAMA Mountain Music LEANN RMES Need You VNCE GLL Feels Like Love CHRS CAGLE Laredo JO DEE MESSNA Lesson in Leavin' TRAVS TRTT Best Of ntentions FATH HLL f My Heart Had Wings GARTH BROOKS The Dance DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going Down... JOHN MCHAEL MONTGOMERY The Little Girl (Atlantic) MONTGOMERY GENTRY Lonely And Gone AARON TPPN Kiss This (Lyric Street) JO DEE MESSNA Burn LEE ANN WOMACK KENNY CHESNEY Hope You Dance (MCA/Universal) Lost t (BNA) TOBY KETH How Do You Like Me Now? (DreamWorks) CHAD BROCK Yes! (Warner Bros.) Going For Adds 3/6/0 GEORGE STRAT Check Yes Or No ANDY GRGGS You Made Me That Way FATH HLL The Way You Love Me BROOKS & DUNN She Not The Cheatin' Kind DXE CHCKS Without You JOE DFFE Prop Me Up Beside The... (f..) SHEDASY Will...But TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This PATTY LOVELESS Blame t On Your Heart ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You CHAD BROCK Lightning Does The Work BLLY RAY CYRUS Busy Man DXE CHCKS Without You DARRYL WORLEYA Good Day To Run NEAL MCCOY Wink LSA ANGELLE Will Love You LEE ANN WOMACK Ashes By Now BRAD PASLEY He Didn't Have To Be REBA MCENTRE Fancy GEORGE STRAT Carried Away MARK CHESNUTT t's A Little Too Late JO DEE MESSNA Burn CLNT BLACK & WYNONNA A Bad Goodbye CLARK FAMLY EXPERENCE(Meanwhile)BackAt... B.B. WATSON Delta Dream (SNA) BLLY RAY CYRUS Crazy 'Bout You Baby (Monument) CYND THOMSON What Really Meant To Say (Capitol) DARRYL WORLEY Second Wind (DreamWorks) RAY HOOD What's A Little More Water (Caption) RCHARD MARX Straight From My Heart (Signall) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: 4pm ALAN JACKSON t Must Be Love TRAVS TRTT Best Of ntentions GARTH BROOKS Shameless MARTNA MCBRDE Love You KENNY ROGERS Buy Me A Rose JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am SHENANDOAH Next To You, Next To Me TM MCGRAW My Next Thirty Years LEANN RMES Big Deal LTTLE TEXAS God Blessed Texas FATH HLL f My Heart Had Wings KETH URBAN But For The Grace Of God ALABAMA Song Of The South JESSCA ANDREWS Who l Am 4pm TRSHA YEARWOOD She's n Love With The Boy TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Lik This ALABAMA When t All Goes South SARA EVANS Born To Fly KETH WHTLEY Don't Close Your Eyes SHEDASY Lucky 4 You (Tonight 'm...) GARTH BROOKS She's Every Woman BLLY RAY CYRUS Could've Been Me LONESTAR Amazed KNLEYS 'm n TRAVS TRTT Tell Me Was Dreaming 8pm 8pm DreamWorks recording artist Toby Keith performed at Clarion University, PA recently to a sold -out show filled with cowboy hats and boots. Pictured here after the show (t -r) are WWCH afternoon driver Laura Smith, Keith, WWCH PD /MD Wayne Brosius and morning talent Ed Fisher. LONESTAR What About Now JO DEE MESSNA Burn ALAN JACKSON Livin' On Love COLLN RAYE Couldn't LastA Moment CHAD BROCK Yes! BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing Bout You CLNT BLACK When Said Do DXE CHCKS Without You TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive GARTH BROOKS Friends n Low Places TRCK PONY Pour Me TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This LTTLE TEXAS God Blessed Texas RASCAL FLATTS This Everyday Love TRSHA YEARWOOD How Do Live TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive TM MCGRAW My Next Thirty Years JO DEE MESSNA 'm Alright DAMOND RO One More Day JMMY BUFFETT Margarita ville DXE CHCKS Cowboy Take Me Away GARTH BROOKS When You Come Back To Me... ALAN JACKSON She's Got The Rhythm (And...) GEORGE STRAT Carrying Your Love With Me Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks.Tuned -n is based on sample hours taken from Monday 3/. 00, R &R nc.

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WONG/Portsmouth, NH' OM: Mark Erioron PO: Molk Jennings APO/MD: Dan Wnnie SARAEVANS.COu ALANJACKSON'Smnellog TAMMYCOCHRAN "Agels' WCTK/Providence, Rl' PD: flick MD: Sam Sievers 4 BRAD PA$LEV'r'rro' TERRCAAK'Ha" WLLR /Quad Cities, A -L PD:JimO'Hara MD:Rea Evans 3 TRkWCAAK -Fear BYRDWOW T Good - - WOORBaleigh- Duman, NC PO: Brant Curtiss APDMD: Robin O'Brian RASCAL RAS'While CHRS CAGLE'Laredo" LEANN RMES 'Do- KBUL/Fieno, NV` OM: Tom Jordan Ap0/MD: Chuck Reeves 4 GEORGE WKHK/Richmond, VA' PD/MD: Jim Tice No A44s KFRG/Aiversitle, CA' OMPD: Ray Massie MD: Don Jeffrey!VARSHALLDYLLON'vw' BRAD PASLEY-Two GEOP.GEStRAiT Can" TM TOSLAAW'Grwm' KT OSLN rrve" WYY POND: Chris H.: t FSC..., ei, F. - H F ' TNftlsAVA WBEE/Rochester, NY ' OM:Dave Symonds PD /APO/MD: Coyote Collins RASCAL MAUS wore" BYRDW'/CHESNUT "cox' CNANLFR CK`Batl' RAC PAS[ -,,- R;ruvaaV 0C'WOU 'd'x" WXXOBocklord, L ONVPDJe%e Garcia MD: Lynn Lacy BY PCW/CNESNOÜ'Grod- RASCALF.ATTSWhìe` JAME ONEAL "Anges' LENNN RMES'Oo KNCBacramanta, CA ` OMN'D: Marc Brans APORAD: Jennifer Wood CNeiSCAGFTarem" WKCOSaginal,Ml' OMRD: Ritic Walker MD: Dave Jackson GEORGE STRAT'CaA' RASCAL /ATTSWbilé' WLBt. 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77 . 450 Country Playlists March 3, 00 R &R 5 FND COMPLETE PLAYLSTS FOR ALL COUNTRY REPORTERS ON R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG WYNYB4ew York Big City (94) 59.0 Bear/Mitchell. Come 65,800 KZLA/Los Angeles Emmis (33) Curtis/Campos. Cone65,00 COUNTRY 93.9 KZLA WUSN/Chicago nfinity (3) Cese/Biondo. Came 648,909 KYCY/San Francisco nfinity (45) Thomas/JordaNflyan. Cuore 35,00 WXTU/Philadelphla Beasley (60) McKay /Jack. Cume 466,600 lail*k rì.f?nm,rslnem DAMOND RO/One More Day KETH URBAN/BM For The Grace... TOBYKETWYou Shouldnt.. JO DEE MESSNA/Burn FATH H LLA My Hear) Had JAME O'NEAL/There s No Arzona LEE ANN WOMACK/Ashes By Now SHEDASYAucky 4 You GARTH BR00KSNd Horses BROOKS 8 DUNN/Aie r Nothing... JESSCA ANOREWS/Who Am DXE CMCNS l Fall You're... PAM TLLSPease TRAVS TRTTA's A Great Day. KENNYCHESNEY/Dont Happen Twice VNCE GLL/Shoot Straight PATTY LOVELESS/The Last Dung On RASCAL FLATTS/Res Everyday Love MARTNA MCBRDE/'S My Time WARREN BROTHERSMeve On CHALEE TENNSON/Go Back TM MCGRAW/Grown Men Don't Cry CLAY DAVDSONSomenmes SARA EVANSA Could Not Ask._ TM RUSHLOWShe Misses Him PHL VASSAR/Rose Bouquet LEANN RMES/But Do Love Wu STEVE HOLY/The Hunger GEORGE STRATA( You Can Do.. LONESTAR/Tel Her TM MCGRAW/My Ned Thirty Years PHL VASSAWJaor Another Day... STEVE WARNER..A<ate WanS A.. TRCK PONY/Pour Me CHAD OROCKNe, ALANJACKSONNArenDometody_ KNLEYSA'm n MARTNAMCBRDE/ Lone You VNCE GLL/Feels Like love FATH HLUFheWayYou Love Me G 000) ARTSTRTLE DAMOND RO/One M an Day JESSCA ANDREWSMTO!Mr TOBY KEERy'OUSho DXE CHCKS/ Fall alone... JAMEONEA/Fhere s No Arizona LEE ANN WOMACW Hope You Dance PHL VASSAR/Just Another Day.. FATH HLL/ My Heart Had... TRAVS TR):TA's A Great Day... BRAD PASLEY/Two People Fell... MARK MCGUNFEMr5. Steven Rudy TM MCGRAW/Grown Men Don't Cry KETH ORBANBut For The Grace... SlEDASYAUcky 4 You... SARA EVANS/ Could Not Ask.. TM RUSHLOWShe Misses Him ANDY GRGGS/She'Mae LEANN RMES/( Need You GARY ALLAWRigM Where... DXE CHCKSN4rthOM You RASCAL FLATTSPrayio BRAD PASLEY//lo Danced For Daylight CLAY WAlKER/The Clain 0 Love TRAVS TRTE/Best Dl ntentions MARTNA MCBRDEA's My Time JOHN M. MONTGOMERYMoano To You KENNY CHESNEY/Don't Happen Twice JOHN M. MONTGOMERYAte Little Gill BROOKS 8 DUN WAo' Noshing... LONESTAP/Amaxed GEORGE STRAT / he Best Uay LONESTA MYAt About Now SARA EVANS/Born To Fly TM MCGRAW/Somethinlg Uke That GEORGE STRAT / You Can Do... WCK PONY/Pour Me MARTNA MCBRDE/ LoveYOu KENNY ROGERS/Buy MeA Rase PAM TLLSPease BLLY GLMAN/One Voice G ( PLATS ARTSTeTLE G (000) 34 3 TOBY KETWYou Shouldo, JESS(CAANDREWSMRr Am KETH URBA /But For The Grace FATHHLLAMyHeart Had JAME O'NEAL/There s No Arizona TMRUSHLOW/She M55es Him TM MCGRAW/My Next Thin)/ Years BRADPASLEYNJe Danced RASCALFLATES/Pas Everyday Love 6 8 DAMOND RO/One More Day KENNYCHESNEY/Dont Happen Twice DXE CHCKS/ Fall You're TRAVS TRTT /'sa Great Day BROOKS&DUNWAinlNoming CHRSCAGLE/aredo MARTNAMCBRDE/'S My Time SHEDASY/LUeky4 You... 8 LONESTAR/TeO Her JO DEE MESSNABan SOUTH SXTY FVE/Hie Most TM MCGRAW/Grown Men Don't Cry GARYALLANM'M Where L GARTH BROOKSAVnd Horses 8 3 CHALEETENNSON/Go Back CLA YDAVDSONSOmedmes PHLVASSAR4ose Bouquet JOHN M. MONTGOMERY/The Little Gid PHL VASSAR/Just Another Day FATH HLLW/MCGRAW/Let's Make Love CHADB8OCK/Yes! LONESTARNJhat About Now TRAVSTflTT/Besl 0 ntentions JO DEE MESSNA/Fhath The Way DARRYL WORLEWA Grad Day TO Run DXE CHCKSAN4hom You GEORGE STRAT/GOOn MARRNAMCBROE/tere You Are 45 9 MARKMCGUNNMrs. Steven Rudy 4356 a 6 0 PAMTLLS/Please LEE ANN WOMACK/Ashes By Now DAMOND RO /One More Day JESSCA ANDREWS/Who Am TOBY KE T HHOU Shouldn't.. KETH URBAN/But For The Grace... FATH HLLA My Heart Had... JAME O'NEAL/There s No /norm TRAVSTRTAt's A Great Day.. TM MCGRAW/Grown Men Don't Chi LEANN RMES/But Do Love You BROOKS 8 DUNN/AintNoting_. TRCK PONY/Pour Me KENNYCHESNEY/Oonl DXE CHCKSA!Fall You're... ALANJACKSOWWhen Happen Twice Somebody... GEORGE STRAT/f You Can Do_. PATTY LOVELESS/The Last Thing 0n... TM RUSHLOWShe Misses Him MARK MCGUNNMrs. Steven Rudy MORGAN 8 KERSHAWMeDHnlsTortuua FATH HLLJThe Way You Lore Me TM MCGRAW/My Ned Thirty Years LSA ANGELLE/ Will Love You STEVE HOLY/The Hunger MARTNA MCBRDEA'S My Tarn GARTH BROOKSWid Horses LONESTARAMhat About Now MONTGOM E RY GENTRY/She Couldn't_. AARON TPPN/KissTNs SAM EVANSBorn To Fly RASCAL FLATTS/Rlis Everyday Love PHL VASSAR/Rose Bouquet BRAD PASLEY/We Danced DOLLY PARTOWA Tender Lie ALANJACKSOW Must Be LOTO LEE ANN WOMACK/Ashes By Now VNCE GLL/Feels Like Love ERC HEATHERLY/Wrong Frye O' Clock PAM TLLSPleaOe HAL KETCHUMShe s JO DEE MESSNWBurn G ( DAMOND RO/One More Day T08YKETWWUShouNnt TRAM TRTTAYS A Great Day_. 3 3 MARTMMCBRDE/'s My Tone 3 36 JESSCAANDREWS/lAO An 3 34 FATH HLL/f My Heart Had... 3 BROOKS &SUNN/An'NOthirg TMRUSHLOWShe Misses Him KENNYCHESNEY/Donl Happen Twice GARY ALLAN/Right Wherel... 0 PATTY' LOVELESS/The Last Thing On... 4 TRCK PONY/Pour Me PHL VASSAR/Rose ouquel 0 VNCE GLUShool Straight PAM TLLSPlease 4 0 MARK MCGUNNMra. Steven Rudy 0 WARREN BROTHE RS/Move On 4 9 STEVE HOLY/The Hunger 8 DXE CHCKS/( Fall You're... a TM MCGRAW /Grown Men Don't Cry 35 LEE ANNWOMACK/Ashea By Now 6 CLAY DAVDSONSometimes 3 5 SHEOASYAUCkr 4 You MEREDTH EDWARDS/A Rose lsa Rose 4 HAL KETCHUM/She is 5 4 MONTGOMERY GENTRY/She Couldn't TERRCLARK/No Fear 3 ALANJACKSON/rnen Somebody.. 3 WSHA YEARWDODA Would've Laved... 0 SARA EVANSBom To Fly VNCE GLL/Teets Like Love 3 NEAL MCCOY/Bealo'tln 5 SOUTH SXTYFVE/Te Most. RASCAL FLATTSPayin' For Daylight TOBYKETH/How Do You Like_. TM MCGRAW/My Next Thirty Years - 0 SARAEVANSO Could NOt Ask SHEDASYA Wil...Bm 0 LEE ANNWOMACK Hope You Dame 0 JOHN M.MONTGOMERY/The DURGN G KPLX/Dallas -Ft. Worth Susquehanna (4) Philips/Rivers/Alan. 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Worth ABC (8) James/O'Brian. Cume 48, e 8 8 ARNSTfTLE DXE CHCKS/f Fall You're. DAMOND RO /One More Day KENNY HESNEY/D0nl Happen Twice ALAN JACKSONANhen Somebody.. MONTGOMERY GENTRY/She Coudnl.. TRAVS TRTTnt's A Great BROOKS 8 DUNWAiri Nothirg... KENNY ROGERS/There You GoAg0n FATH HLL/ My Heart Had... TM MCGRAW /Grown Men Don'Cry BRAD PASLEY/wo People Fell.. TRCK PONY/Pour Me MARKMCGUNNMrs. Steven Rudy GREEN 8 MORROW/Fexas On My Mind DARRYL WORLEY /A Cord Day To Run PHL VASSAR/Rose Bouquet LEE ANN WOMACK /Ashes By Now VNCE GLT/Shoot Straight... GARYALLANRight Where... JESSCAANDAE WSAMO Nn ERC H EATH ERLY/44mnd Roe Mock TOBY KET WYOU Sho uluf '... KETH URBAN/But For The Grace... CLAY DAVDSOW5omoeimes SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS/ Am A Man... WARREN BROTHERS/Mew On JAME O'NEAL/There s No Moona DWGHT YOAKAMAMhat Do You Know... 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79 MKE KNOSAN mkrnosoxç rronline.corn Adult Contemporary March 3, 00 R &R Nights On The Line Different approaches after dark - ps we noted here last week, mainstream and Soft ACs are - perhaps to the surprise of some - extremely competitive at night in the much -coveted women 5-54 demo. Hot ACs take center stage this week in the conclusion of our two-part series on nighttime ratings. Lite AC WRCH/Hartford and sister nfinity Hot AC WTC -FM have consistently proven themselves to be target -demo leaders. This fall proved to be no exception, as WRCH (5.) and WTC -FM (.3) were one -two among women The results were nearly the same Mon. -Fri., pm -midnight, with first - place WRCH holding a advantage over third -place 'TC -FM The five -year younger female demo (women 5-49) for that same daypart finds WRCH and 'TC -FM tied for second (.4), one share behind CHR/ Pop WKSS (Kiss). Quick to heap praise on WRCH PD Allan Camp, nfinity/hartford OM Steve Salhany remarks, "Everything that happens on WRCH happens because of Allan. oversee nfinity's four -station Hartford cluster, but he's the heart and soul of WRCH." The Syndicated Solution Always looking for ways to boost "TC -FM's nighttime numbers, Salhany comments, "t's difficult for us to compete, because of the available audience. People who love my radio station during the day aren't listening at night, because they have many other things to do. We thought about not playing any gold at night, Laura Purcell "What Only Love Can Do" from the upcoming album "unklssed" MPACT DATE: APRL nd Contact: Jack Ashton Ashton Consulting pomú wwwlaurapursell.com Steve Salhany Chad Rufer but don't want to change the music to compete with Top 40 or Rock stations. We were never happy with what we were getting at night." After much time spent wrestling with what to do in this tricky daypart, Salhany decided on a syndicated option. Not long after the fall book started, 'TC -FM began carrying Loveline. The two-hour (0pm -midnight) Westwood One program, hosted by Dr. Drew Pinsky and Adam Corolla, formerly aired on crosstown Alternative WMRQ. Since nighttime numbers are subject to strange wobbles, Salhany cautions, "'d like to see results from more than one book before get too excited. But overall, think the show helped us. Regular 'TC -FM listeners aren't listening to us at 0pm, so Label Contact: Lisa Duff at Netcom Music t0 we only received two or three complaint calls. This is a huge departure for us; the show is extremely graphic." WTC -FM isn't a male -leaning station, but the Hot AC registered a 4% nighttime fall -fall increase among men 8-34 and now finds itself in third place at night in that demo, behind Kiss and Rock WCCC- FM. "t's tough for me to say why the show attracts the listeners that it does," says Salhany. "t definitely skews young, and they'll play tunes that are hard even for some Alternatives." A slightly hotter version of 'TC - FM's playlist covers the three hours leading up to Loveline. "We play things that are a little edgier for us," explains Salhany. "There's also Hollywood gossip and entertainment news. 'm not afraid to do something special at night. took the live Grammy feed a few weeks ago. [GM] Suzanne McDonald is an out -of -the box thinker and is willing to take some calculated risks." -Unlike the vast majority of other Delilah affiliates, WRCH airs its own locally hosted love songs show each evening and schedules Delilah overnight. "t's almost impossible for a Hot AC to compete at night against an AC that runs a love songs show," asserts Salhany, who's been at WTC years - the last five as OM. "You're in the middle of no -man's land. People wanting to relax are with the Lite AC, and the rest of the folks really want to crank it. A Hot AC is stuck in the middle, because the audience just isn't there." Quick Fix Market No., Ft. Myers, is developing into an interesting format battleground. Hot AC WNK -FM remained a force this fall in the spring - training home of the Boston Red Sox, sharing women 5-54 honors with CHR/Pop WXKB (both with 9.0 shares). n the race for females 35-64, Lite AC WTLT (8.6) was runner -up to Oldies WOLZ (.9); WNK -FM (.) ranked third. Meanwhile, Hot ACs WSGL (8.9) and WYPT (.8) finished third and fifth, respectively, among women Weeknights among women 5-54 Renda Broadcasting's WSGL ( "Mix ") emerged in -third place (8.6), as the aforementioned trio (including How Hot ACs Work The Late Shift Hot ACs rarely prevailed over Soft or mainstream ACs this fall among women 5-54, Mon. -Fri., pm- midnight. The following top 50- market Hot ACs are among those that fared best. in head -to -head competition with their AC counterparts. Bonneville's WTMX/Chicago (5., No. 4) bested WLT (4., No. 6), but was overtaken by sister AC WNND (6.8, No. 3). WLT added Delilah the night before the fall book ended. KDMX/Dallas (4.3, No. 8) edged KVL (3.9, No. 9) and Soft AC KMEO (3.5, No. ). Two shares separate WMTX/Tampa (.0, No. 3) and Delilah affiliate WWRM (9.0, No. ). Others in the field are Soft AC WDUV (5.5, No. 6), Rock AC WBBY (.3, No. 5) and Hot AC WSSR (also.3, No.5). Delilah affiliate WSNE/Providence (.0, No. ) is the runner -up to WWL (5.4, No. ). Market rank is deceiving in Salt Lake City, where KBEE (3.6, No. 4) trails KSF (3.9, No. ) and Delilah affiliate KOSY (9.6, No. 3); Hot AC KQMB is 0th (.4). There's less than two shares difference between WLNK/Charlotte (5.6, No. 5) and Delilah affiliate WLYT (.4, No. 4). KMXB /Las Vegas (6.5, No. 4) trails Delilah affiliate KSNE (8.9, No. 3) but bests its nfinity sister AC KMZQ (5.9, No. 5). Although close in overall rank, the shares of WOMX/Orlando (6.4, No. 3) are more than doubled by Delilah affiliate WMGF (3.3, No. ); Rock AC WMMO (5.5) finishes seventh. WTC- FM /Harttord (.4, No. 3) is quite competitive with sister Lite AC WRCH (3.; No. WRAL/Raleigh (5., No. 4) was outdistanced by Delilah affiliate WRSN (0.9, No.). Just over two shares separate WJLK/Monmouth -Ocean (6.8, No. ) and Delilah affiliate WOBM -FM (9.0, No. ). n terms of market rank, WTSS /Buffalo (., No. 4) stayed close to (you guessed it) Delilah affiliate WJYE (., No. 3). There's a narrow gap between WVOR /Rochester (.0, No. 5) and WRMM (8.6, No. 3). Hot AC WZNE ranks eighth (3.), WSY 6th (0.8), and WDNY has no nighttime women 5-54 numbers. Co -owned Dayton outlets WMMX and WLQT are tied (., No. 3). Rock AC WRVEAbany trails Delilah affiliate WYJB by less than two shares (.0, No. 3/8.8, No. ). n addition, Lite AC WKL is 3th (.8), Hot AC WCPT is 8th (0.9), and WQAR and WNYQ have no women 5-54 nighttime numbers. t's a dose race between Tribune sisters KZPT/Tucson (6.6, No. 5) and Delilah affiliate KMXZ (8.8, No. 3). KUCD /Honolulu (6,5, No. 4) beats co -owned KSSK -FM (5.6, No. ) and ties KNE, but Delilah affiliate KUMU -FM is the overall nighttime women 5-54 winner (9.3, No. ). Additionally, KRTR -FM and KORL are tied for ninth (4.). WSGUFt. Myers (8.6, No. 3) overtakes Lite AC (and Delilah affiliate) WTLT and Hot AC WNK -FM and WYPT (all 5., No. 4). While close in market rank, there's a significant share distance between KSRZ/Omaha (.6, No. 3) and Delilah affiliate KEFM (6., No. ). There's a strong one -two battle in Springfield, MA between WHYN- FM (0.3, No. ) and WMAS -FM (.6, No. ). Neither station carries Delilah. Delilah affiliate KURB/Uttle Rock (8., No. 3) defeats KVLO (6.5, No. 5). Bakersfield's KLLY (5.) and KGFM (8.6) rank fourth and third, respectively. There's less than a two -share spread between KSTZ (8.3, No. 5) and Delilah affiliate KLT (0.0, No. ); seventh -place KLYF finishes with a 5.0. KVUU /Colorado Springs (8.9) boasts a second -place ranking but is a considerable distance from sister Delilah affiliate KKU (.4, No. ); KRDO- FM is ninth (.8). WMEE/Ft. Wayne, N ties Delilah affiliate WAJ for third (.). Worcester, MA is home to another one -two demo showing, but more than 0 shares separate WXLO (6.5, No. ) and Delilah affiliate WSRS (.4, No. ). No. WTCF /Saginaw, M (9.3) trails No. WGER (4.8) by more than five shares. Two shares is the difference between No. 4 WQSM (.8) and No. 3 WUKS (9.8). Delilah affiliate WTLT) tied for fourth with 5. shares. Equally significant was WSGL's daypart performance this time last year, when it registered a goose egg in the demo. nserted on WSGL in time for the fall book were a - :30pm countdown, an 8-9pm Eighties at Eight feature and a 9-0pm tèquest and dedication program. " had a person on the street three out of the five nights, and Continued on Page 9 we were live from a nightclub each Friday night from 9pm- midnight," recalls PD Chad Rufer, who was WNK -FM's Asst. PD prior to joining WSGL last July. n addition to programming WSGL, Rufer also handled nights during the fall book. "Mix was running from the computer and didn't have anyone on Continued on Page 9

80 8 LAST WEEK WEEK ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) o () e CD 4 e e /Debut> e 9 Q 30 AC Top 30 3r,.MMTrufi- March 3, 00 r>.6 fi. WtSv atit6: n,,,, TOTAL +l - GROSS WEEKS ON TOTALSTATONSl MPRESSONS CHART ADDS 'N SYNC This Promise You (Jive) LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance (MCA/Universal) FATH HLL The Way You Love Me (Warner Bros.) BACKSTREET BOYS Shape Of My Heart (Jive) MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone (Lava/Atlantic) BBMAK Back Here (Hollywood) R. MARTN F /C. AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be Lonely (Columbia) LEANN RMES Need You (Sparrow/Curb/Capitol) HUEY LEWS & GWYNETH PALTROW Cruisin' (Hollywood) MARC ANTHONY My Baby You (Columbia) THE CORRS Breathless (43 /Lava/Atlantic) FATH HLL Breathe (Warner Bros.) DON HENLEY Taking You Home (Warner Bros.) SAVAGE GARDEN Knew Loved You (Columbia) BON JOV Thank You For Loving Me (sland /DJMG) LONEL RCHE Angel (sland/djmg) MARC ANTHONY You Sang To Me (Columbia) LONESTAR Amazed (BNA) ROD STEWART Can't Deny t (Atlantic) CELNE DON That's The Way t s (Epic) GLORA ESTEFAN You Can't Walk Away From Love (Epic) ENYA Only Time (Reprise) DEGREES My Everything (Universal) DAVD GRAY Babylon (ATO /RCA) DDO Thankyou (Arista) SEAL This Could Be Heaven (London Sire) SHAWN COLVN Whole New You (Columbia) PETER CETERA Perfect World (DOE) JOURNEY All The Way (Columbia) SASHA ALEXANDER Let Me Be The One (Reprise) (00) 5/0 3/0 5/ 09/0 98/ 04/0 0/ 05/0 0/0 96/0 8/3 03/0 03/0 98/0 9/4 03/5 06/0 98/0 9/ 93/0 96/ 88/ 84/9 45/0 44/3 66/0 50/4 59/0 40/8 4/5 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) Most Added DDO Thankyou (Arista) BEE GEES This s Where Came n (Universal) PETER CETERA Perfect World (DDE) 98 DEGREES My Everything (Universal) JOURNEY All The Way (Columbia) DOOBE BROTHERS Ordinary Man (Pyramid) LONEL RCHE Angel (sland /DJMG) SASHA ALEXANDER Let Me Be The One (Reprise) BON JOV Thank You For Loving Me (lsland/djmg) SHAWN COLVN Whole New You (Columbia) JANA More Than Life (London Sire /Curb) Most ncreased Plays ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) ADDS 3 0 TOTAL PLAY NCREASE R. MARTN F /C. AGULERA Nobody... (Columbia) +6 LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance (MCA/Universal) +3 PETER CETERA Perfect World (DDE) +8 DDO Thankyou (Arista) +39 BEE GEES This s Where Came n (Universal) +09 MARK SCHULTZ He's My Son (Word/Epic) +06 THE CORRS Breathless (43/Lava/Atlantic) +93 BRCKMAN F/HLL & PORTER Destiny (Windham Hill) +9 'N SYNC (God...) A Little More Time... (RCA) +88 SHAWN COLVN Whole New You (Columbia) +8 6 AC reporters. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 85 plays or more for the first time. Songs that are down in plays for three consecutive weeks and below No.5 are moved to recurrent. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitron Company). 00, R &R nc. BETTE MDLER Love TKO (Warner Bros.) Total Plays: 83, Total Stations: 3, Adds: JON SECADA Break The Walls (Epic) Total Plays: 6, Total Stations:, Adds: 0 DOOBE BROTHERS Ordinary Man (Pyramid) Total Plays:, Total Stations: 0, Adds: 6 JESSE COOK Fall At Your Feet (Narada) Total Plays: 4, Total Stations: 5, Adds: 0 Breakers No Songs Qualified For Breaker Status This Week TAMARA WALKER Didn't We Love (Curb) Total Plays: 65, Total Stations: 3, Adds: BEE GEES This s Where Came n (Universal) Total Plays:, Total Stations: 3, Adds: VTAMN C As Long As You're Loving Me (Elektra/EEG) Total Plays: 8, Total Stations: 9, Adds: 3 SUZY K Broken Wings (Vellum) Total Plays: 6, Total Stations: 5, Adds: 0 PLUS ONE Last Flight Out (Atlantic) Total Plays: 54. Total Stations:, Adds: 0 Songs ranked by total plays Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported to R &R by each reporting station. Songs unreported as adds do not count toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Plays lists the songs with the greatest week -to -week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. Delilah now in Chicago on WLT. JONES BROADCAST PROGRAMMNG bpradio.com

81 Continued from Page AC Wt.ts March 3, 00 A;rtatrAtia, t...:..,.,,,..._. st.*,=..:,r-.. Delilah affiliate WRVC /Huntington, WV (5.6, No. ) quintuples WUGO (3., No. 6). My exclusive breakout of approximately 0 top 50- market Hot ACs this fall also revealed that 4% posted fall -to -fail nighttime improvement in women 5-54, 5% were down, and % were flat. The numbers nearly duplicated those in AC: 49% up, 49% down and % steady. Here are Hot AC's top 5 stations in women 5-54 on weeknights this fall. Stations are arranged by highest share and are followed by each station's market rank. Mkt Calls/City Share (Rank) 48 WRVC-FM/Huntington, WV 5.6 (No.) 56 WMMX/Dayton. (No.3) 46 WTC-FM/Hartford.4 (No. 3) 03 WMEE/Ft. Wayne, N. (No.3) 35 WSNE/Providence.0 (No. ) 35 KMXG/Quad Cities, A-L 0. (No. 3) 8 WHYN-FM/Springf eld, MA 0.3 (No.) 40 WENS/ndianapolis 9. (No. ) 3 KS/E Paso 9.4 (No. 5) WTCF/Saginaw, M 9.3 (No. ) 33 WRFY/Reading, PA 9. (No.) 96 KVUU/Colorado Springs 8.9 (No. ) WSGUFt. Myers 8.6 (No. 3) 9 KSTZ/Des Moines 8.3 (No. 5) 85 KURB/Little Rock 8. (No. 3) 8 KNEV/Renn, NV 8.0 (No.4) 9 WQSM/Fayetteville, NC.8 (No. 4) 5 KSRZJOmaha.6 (No. 3) 3 KBBY/Oxnard, CA.4 (No. 3) 50 WTSS/Buffalo. (No. 4) WMTX/Tampa.0 (No. 3) 53 WVOR/Rochester.0 (No. 5) 5 KRSK/Portland 6.9 (No. 4) 49 WJLK/MOnmouth-Ocean 6.8 (No. ) 4 KTOZJSpringfield, MO 6. (No. 4) 4 KOMG/Springfield, MO 6. (No. 4) TUNED -N fjj WLTE WLTE/Minneapolis am R OBBE WLLAMS Angels JOHN C MELLENCAMP Small Town LTTLE RVER BAND Reminiscing CELNEDON t's All Coming Back To Me Now CHCAGO Will You Still Love Me AMY GRANT Baby Baby JACKSON BROWNE Stay MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone WHAM! Careless Whisper 4pm PAUL MCCARTNEY Maybe 'm Amazed ENYA Only Time FOUR TOPS t's The Same Old Song ERC CARMEN Hungry Eyes PAUL DAVS Go Crazy STEVE WNW00D While You See A Chance BADFNGER Day After Day 98 DEGREES Do (Cherish You) SPNNERS 'll Be Around MARAN CAREYCan't Let Go R&R/MEDABASE 4/ s Wfl Lg%:...--,,,. WALK /Nassau- Suffolk am RENE CARA Flashdance ( WhatA Feeling) HOOTE& THE BLOWFSH Time SPANDAUBALLET True FATH HLL The Way You Love Me LUTHER VANDROSS Always And Forever SHANA TWAN Man! Feel Like A Woman! STEWART /SLEY This Old Heart Of Mine '90 COO G00 DOLLS ris LONEL RCHE Hello THE CORRS Breathless JOHNNY HATES JAZZ Shattered Dreams MARC ANTHONY Need To Know 4pm GEORGEMCHAEL & ETONJOHNDonY LetThe Sun... SXPENCE NONE THE RCHER Kiss Me EDDE MONEY Take Me Home Tonight 98 DEGREES My Everything TNA TURNER What's Love Got To Do With t ERC CLAPTON Change The World ROD STEWART Some Guys Have All The Luck FATH HLL Breathe Still Haven't Found What 'm... JOE Believe n You FOUR SEASONS December, 963 (Oh, What A...) 8pm 9 As you can see, seven of the 5 stations reached double- digits, compared to all 5 on AC's comparable list. One of every four (5 %) top 50- market Hot ACs this fall ranked either first or second in their respective markets among women 5-54 (Mon. -Sun., 6am- midnight). Hot AC's average market rank was fifth, compared to fourth for AC. No. No. No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. No. 8 No. 9 No. 0 No. + 0% 5% 3% 3% 6% =9% 3% 5% 4% `4% 8% Nearly one of five (9 %) top 50 -market Hot ACs this fall ranked outside the top 0 among women 5-54 (Mon. -Fri., pm- midnight). t was typical to see a top 50- market Hot AC drop from fifth (total week) to seventh (weeknights) in women No. No. No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. No. 8 No. 9 No. 0 No. + % 8% 9% 5% 0% 0% 3% % 6% 8% 9% Only 0% of Hot ACs outperformed their overall women 5-54 share at night; 9% didn't, and % had the same women 5-54 share for both the total week and at night. By comparison, AC's respective stets are 43 %, 55% and %. Arranged by largest increase, these 5 top 50- market Hot ACs gained three or more nighttime women 5-54 shares since last fall: WSGUFt. Myers ( , +8.6); WRVC -FM/ Huntington, WV (.9-5.6, +.); KOMG /Springfield, MO (0.0-6., +6.); KVUU /Colorado Springs ( , +5.); KNEV /Reno, NV (.9-8.0, +5:); KBBY /Oxnard, CA (. -.4, +4.); KRBZ/Kansas City ( , +4.4); WMEE /Ft. Wayne, N (6. -., +4.4); WCNUPeoria, L ( , +4.3); KMXW/Wichita ( , +3.8); KTOZiSpringfield, MO (3. -6., +3.6); WJLK/Monmouth ( , +3.4); KURB /Little Rock (4.8-8., +3.3); WTC -FM /Hartford (8.3-.4, +3.); and KFZ/Appleton, W ( , +3.0). Five percent of top -50 market Hot ACs we tracked are Delilah affiliates. 8pm ROD STEWART Downtown Train BAD ENGLSH When See You Smile SARAH MCLACHLAN Angel CELNE DON That's The Way t s CHCAGO You're The nspiration ERC CLAPTON Tears n Heaven DONNA LEWS Love You Always Forever BON JOV Thank You For Loving Me JOHNNY RVERS Swayin' To The Music (Slow...) RCHARD MARX Hold On To The Nights MARAHCAREYHero PHL COLLNS Do You Remember? BACKSTREET BOYS Shape Of My Heart PAUL MCCARTNEY Maybe 'm Amazed MARC ANTHONY My Baby You HONEYDRPPERS Sea Of Love BRTNEYSPEARS Sometimes PETER CETERA & AMY GRANT Next Time Fall ENYA Only Time LOGGNS & MESSNA Danny's Song LONESTARAmazed DEBBE GBSON Lost n Your Eyes BOYZ MEN End Of The Road Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Tuned -n is based on sample hours taken from Monday 3/. 00, R &R nc. Nights On The Line Continued from Page live. n addition, the music was all over the place. made it a lot tighter." Utilizing something he learned while working at KLYF/Des Moines five years ago, Rufer wanted nights on WSGL to have a CHR/Poptype feel. "We did it with intensity and energy, but not necessarily with the music," he notes. "We stayed away from mentioning sex or anything that would upset older female listeners. We did many bits and worked the phones." Beating Delilah Approximately one week after the fall book concluded Rufer transitioned to afternoon drive. Despite Mix's impressive nighttime gains, the station has pulled the plug on its countdown and other features. "We had momentum, and there was a lot of street talk," says a disappointed Rufer. "Those features helped the station tremendously, but corporate couldn't budget us for another air talent. Since he spends his winters here, [Renda President Tony Renda] pays particular attention to our four -station Ft. Myers cluster." Hoping that his nighttime numbers will at least hold, Rufer admits, "My gut instinct tells me that they'll go down. Just through AOL's nstant Messenger probably communicated with 50 people a night when did that shift. There wasn't a chat room or website, so it made us very accessible. We brought a lot of variety to the table without being sappy. t was a fun show, and the numbers reflected it." Hot ACs able to defeat Delilah head -on in women 5-54 this fall were few and far between, but WSGL did it. "Her show seems to have leveled off after its first year," remarks Rufer. " hired the person WNK -FM has on at night as a board operator. He's a hard worker, but he is only 9 and has little radio experience. A 90- minute request show is the only thing special WNK -FM does at night. WYPT had a lot of sampling in the fall book, but their only live personality is their morning host."

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Need You 068 BACKSTREET BOYS/MoreThanThat 068 SAVAGE GARDENA Knew L94 to 8909 MARC ANTHONY/You Sang To Me 90 BEE GEES/This s Where LAMFA9ANAWiOLoveAgain 90 MACY GRAM Try 90 DON HENLEY/Taking You tome 90 PHL COLLNS/You'll Be n My.. 90 HOUSTON & GLESAS/Could Have This LONESTPA/Ma V 90 LARAFABAWLOVe By Grace 54 'NSYNC/Rià Promise You 54 LEWS& PALTROW/Cruisin' MARCANTHONYA Need To Know MARCANHONYRAy Baby Wou KOST/Los Angeles (88) Kaye. Came,6,600 KOST 03.5FM WLT/Chicago (3) Cochran 4. Cunt 599,300 MARKET #3 939; WLT LTE PLE LESS TALK WNND /Chicago Bonneville (3) Hamlin/Johns. Come 00, WBEB/Philadelphla WEAZ Radio nc (60) Conley. Cume 5,300 e`jp3ca ARTST/MU ARTST/MS G (000) G (000) G (000 LW W G BBMAKBackHere BRMAKBackHere BACKSTREET BOVS5upe0 My Heart MATCH BOXTWENTVBYoú regone FATH HLL/The Way 635 BACKSTREET BOYS5NNpeOMAHeart SYNC/ns Promise You FATH HLL/the Way You Love Me 400 a You Love Me Promise Tat 'N SYNC/hislPrommise You BBMAK/Back Here MARC ANTHONY/You Sang To Me 'NSYNC/This 56 MARTN F /AGULERWNobody MATCHBOX TWENTY/f 998 BBMAXl6aekMere BACKSTRFET80YS5hape 0 My Heart Want... Yoú re Gone 0 3 EVAN ANOJARON/Crary For ThaGil 8489 MARC ANTHONYNou Sang To Me LEANN RMESA Need You 8550 RCKYMAFTN/M' La Vida Loa LEE 3 LEWS&PALTROW/Cmisin' 9489 ANN WOMACK/ Hope You Dance MART NF/AGULERATkoody Wants LONESTAR/Anertd WESTLFESWear t Again 8489 CELNE DONRhars The Way t s PHL COLLNSNOti3 Be n My BRAN McKNGHT/BackAtOne To To SAVAGE Boom CHRSTNAAGULERM TUm You 836 MARCANTHONYG Need Know GARDENBrase And DEGREES/EN EverYthing 440 B 0 Have This... FATH HLL/Breathe 836 HOUSTON GLESHS/C uld 330 LEWS B PALTROW/Crosiri 584 BACKSTREET BOYS/Shape Of My Heart HOUSTON B GLESAS/Could!Have This BRAN MCKNGHT/Back AlOne CELNE DOWTal's The Way t s 54 PETER CETERA/Perfect World 440 LEE SAVAGE GARDENA 9 ANN WOMACKA Hope You Dance 936 Knew Loved You ENRQUE GLESAS/Baifamts 530 CHERStrong Enough 440 t s To You 0 CELNE DONRhat's The Way 836 CHRSTNAAGULERAA Turn SARAH MCLACHLAN/ W Remember You CELNE DON/Ehat's The Way lls BmORhankyau 83 MARC ANTHONY/My BabYWU SANTANAHROB T4OMASSmooth LARAFABANA W Love Again 440 ROD STEWART / Can't Deny t 83 PHL BOLLNS 'ooll Be n My SXPENCE. /There She Goes 530 ELTONJOHWFrieMS Never Say ENRQUE GLESAS/Be WM You 6530 SANTANA F/ROB THOMAS/Smooth SEAL/Ths Could Bel-leaven SXPENCE_M55 Me 440 LONESTAP/Artuntl 54 STNGMeswl Rose JONSECADABreak The Wails SHANLA W A N4vla! 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84 Hope 8 Hot AC Top 30 LAST WEEK THS WEEK O 5 Q s e Breaker 8 Breaker e e e e Debut> /Debut> P9 /Debut> m March 3, 00 TOTAL t - GROSS WEEKS ON TOTALSTATONS/ ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) MPRESSONS CHART ADDS LENNY KRAVTZ Again(Virgin) M6 89/0 DDO Thankyou(Arista) / MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone(Lava/Atlantic) /0 MADONNA Don't Tell Me(Maverick/WB) /0 U Beautiful Day(nterscope) /0 NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird(DreamWorks) /4 CREED With Arms Wide Open(Wind -up) /0 VERTCAL HORZON Best Ever Had (Grey Sky...)(RCA) / AEROSMTH Jaded(Columbia) /3 EVAN AND JARON Crazy For This Girl (Columbia) /0 THE CORKS Breathless(43 /Lava/Atlantic) /0 BARENAKED LADES Pinch ).e(reprise) /0 UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me(Top Dog /Lava/Atlantic) /5 BARENAKED LADES Too Little Too Late(Reprise) / LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment(DreamWorks) /5 MOBY F /GWEN STEFAN Southside(V) /3 LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance(MCA/Universal) /3 3 DOORS DOWN Kryptonite(Republic /Universal) /0 COLDPLAY Yellow(Nettwerk/Capitol) /3 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me)(Columbia) /5 FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands)(Epic) / BON JOV Thank You For Loving Me(sland /DJMG) / DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Did t(rca) /0 STNG After The Rain Has Fallen(A &M/nterscope) /5 DELERUM F/SARAH MCLACHLAN Silence(Engine/Nettwerk/Arista) / JOSH JOPLN GROUP Camera One(Artemis) /3 R. MARTN F /C. AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be Lonely(Columbia) / NCUBUS Drive(mmortal /Epic) / NNA GORDON Now Can Die(Warner Bros.) /0 COLLECTVE SOUL Perfect Day(Atlantic) /4 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) Most Added EVAN AND JARON From My Head To My Heart(Columbia) GO -GO'S Unforgiven (Beyond) BBMAK Ghost Of You And Me(Hollywood) EVE 6 Here's To The Night(RCA) UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me(Top Dog / Lava/Atlantic) LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment(DreamWorks) TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me)(Columbia) STNG After The Rain Has Fallen (A &M/nterscope) AMANDA GHOST Silver Lining(Warner Bros.) NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird (Dream Works) COLLECTVE SOUL Perfect Day(Atlantic) ROD STEWART Can't Deny t(at/antic) OLD 9'S King Of All The World (Elektra/EEG) Most ncreased Plays ADDS 4 TOTAL PLAY ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) NCREASE UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me(Top Dog /Lava/Atlantic) +96 EVE 6 Here's To The Night(RCA) +46 LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment(DreamWorks) +09 MOBY F /GWEN STEFAN Southside(V) +44 LEE ANN WOMACK You Dance(MCA/Universal) +40 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me)(Columbia) +9 COLDPLAY Yellow(Nettwerk/Capitol) + AEROSMTH Jaded (Co.umbia) +99 JANET All For You (Virgin) +96 VERTCAL HORZON Best Ever Had (Grey Sky...)(RCA) SEMSONC Chemistry (MCA) Total Plays: 493, Total Stations: 34, Adds: 0 GREEN DAY Warning (Reprise) Total Plays: 48, Total Stations: 3. Adds: 0 9 -lot AC reporters. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 300 plays or more for the first time. Songs below No. 0 are moved tó recu-rent after 0 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitron Company). 00. R&R nc. New & Active JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing (Epic) Total Plays: 4, Total Stations: 6, Adds: JANET Ad For You (Virgin) Total Plays: 303, Total Stations:, Adds: ROD STEWART Can't Deny t (Atlantic) Total Plays. 95, Total Stations:, Adds: 4 EYE 6 Here's To The Night (RCA) Total Plays:, Total Stations: 39, Adds: AMERCAN H -F Flavor Of The Weak (sland/djmg) Total Plays: 9, Total Stations: 6, Adds: OLD 9'S King Of All The World (Elektra/EEG) Total Plays: 33, Total Stations: 8, Adds: 4 ANGE APARO Cry (Melisma/Arista) Total Plays: 8, Total Stations: 4, Adds: Songs ranked by total plays TSAR Silver Shifter (Hollywood) Total Plays: 8, Total Stations:, Adds: GO -GO'S Unforgiven (Beyond) Total Plays: 6, Total Stations: 8, Adds: EVAN AND JARON From My Head To My... (Columbia) Total Plays: 58, Total Stations: 3, Adds: BBMAK Ghost Of You And Me (Hollywood) Total Plays: 9, Total Stations: 4, Adds: 4 Breakers. LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (Dream Works) TOTALNCREASE "OTALSTATONS/ADOS 490/09 66/5 LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance (MCA/Universal) TOTAL /NCREASE 403/40 -OTALSTATONSALAS 55/3 CHART Most Added is the total nunber of new adds officially reported to R &R by each reporting station. Songs unreported as adds do not count toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Plays lists the songs with the greatest week -to -week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on R&R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. \astic banne

85 Hot AC March 3, 00 Est Played Recurrern #s TUNED -N HOT AC 4\R&R/MEDABASE 4/ 83 MATCHBOX TWENTY Bent (Lava/Atlantic) EVERCLEAR Wonderful (Capitol) DAVD GRAY Babylon (ATO/RCA) FATH HLL The Way You Love Me (Warner Bros.) VERTCAL HORZON Everything You Want (RCA) STNG Desert Rose (A &M/nterscope) CREED Higher (Wind-up) SANTANA f/rob THOMAS Smooth (Arista) NNE DAYS Absolutely (Story OfA Girl) -3(Epic) VERTCAL HORZON You're A God (RCA) MACY GRAY Try (Epic) THRD EYE BLND Never Let You Go ( Elektra/EEG) SMASH MOUTH Then The Morning Comes (nterscope) SMASH MOUTH All Star (nterscope) DEXTER FREEBSH Leaving Town (Capitol) BON JOV t's My Life (island/djmg) SSTER HAZEL Change Your Mind (Universal) GOO GOO DOLLS Black Balloon (Warner Bros.) TRAN Meet Virginia (Aware/Columbia) SXPENCE NONE THE RCHER Kiss Me (Squint/Columbia) WMXB/Richmond 3am SSTER HAZEL All For You THE CORRS Breathless R. E.M. Losing My Religion VERTCAL HORZON You're AGod NATALEMBRUGLA Torn CREED With Arms Wide Open PAT BENATAR We Belong DAVD GRAY Babylon BLND MELON No Rain MADONNA Don't Tell Me JOURNEY Don't Stop Belie vin' STNG After The Rain SXPENCE NONE THE RCHER Kiss Me WALLFLOWERS One Headlight ilam DDO Thankyou OMC How Bizarre MADONNA Don't Tell Me BRYAN ADAMS Run To You STNG Desert Rose SARAH MCLACHLAN Angel LENNY KRAVTZ Again DURAN DURAN Rio THE CORRS Breathless JESUS JONES Right Here, Right Now rhe RVER 99.5 WRVE/Albany 3am REO SPEEDWAGON Roll With The Changes VERTCAL HORZON Best Ever Had MODERN ENGLSH Melt With You TAL BACHMAN She's So High SSTER HAZEL Change Your Mind BRUCE SPRNGSTEEN Born To Run WHTESNAKE Here Go Again BLLY JOEL You May Be Right LFEHOUSE Hanging ByA Moment BRYAN ADAMS Cuts Like A Knife BARENAKED LADES Pinch Me BOB SEGER Night Moves MATCHBOX TWENTY Bent TOM PETTY Free Fallin' ilam EVAN AND JARON Crazy For This Girl STEVE MLLER Rock'n Me AEROSMTH Dream On MELSSA ETHERDGE Want To Come Over ERC CLAPTON t's n The Way That You Use... JOHN COUGAR Hurts So Good EAGLES Peaceful Easy Feeling FASTBALL Out Of My Head BLLY JOEL You May Be Right BON JOV Thank You For Loving Me NAKED EYES Always Something There To... MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone EDDE MONEY Two Tickets To Paradise Going For Acids 3/6/0 VERTCAL HORZON Everything You Want GOO GOO DOLLS Broadway 4pm 4pm MEAT LOAF Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad JACKSON BROWNE Running On Empty U Still Haven't Found What.. BOB SCHNEDER Metal And Steel (Universal) U Walk On (nterscope) VAST Don't Have Anything (Elektra/EEG) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: PLEASE SEND YOUR PHOTOS R &R wants your best snapshots (color or black & white). Please include the names and titles of all pictured and send them to: R &R c/o Mike Kinosian: 000 Santa Monica Blvd., 5th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 9006 DDO Thank You SHAWN MULLNS Lullaby MADONNA Don't Tell Me HOOTE & THE BLOWFSH Time DAVD GRAY Babylon MDNGHT OL Beds Are Burning LENNYKRAVTZAgain CRANBERRES Dreams SEMSONC Closing Time FATH HLL The Way You Love Me THRD EYE BLND Never Let You Go 8pm EAGLE -EYE CHERRY Save Tonight BLLY DOL Mony Mony CREED With Arms Wide Open SSTER HAZEL All For You THE CORKS Breathless FNE YOUNG CANNBALS Good Thing SANTANA f/rob THOMAS Smooth NO DOUBT Don't Speak CLASH Rock The Cashbah NNE DAYS Absolutely (Story OfA Girl) JEWEL You Were Meant For Me MATCHBOX 0 Push EAGLES A /ready Gone MELSSA ETHERDGE 'm The Only One SSTER HAZEL All For You ELTON JOHN Your Song AEROSMTH Jaded JOAN JETT Love Rock 'N Roll EDDE MONEY Two Tickets To Paradise EVAN AND JARON Crazy For This Girl TOMMY TUTONE /Jenny VAN MORRSON Brown Eyed Girl 8pm GENESS Man On The Corner NXS New Sensation BRYAN ADAMS Straight From The Heart PAT BENATAR We Belong DEVO Whip t ASA Only Time Will Tell SCANDAL The Warrior NGHT RANGER Sister Christian TALKNG HEADS Burning Down The House NK KERSHAW Wouldn't t Be Good MKE & THE MECHANCS The Living Years STEVE WNW00D Higher Love CREED With Arms Wide Open BLLY JOEL My Life Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Tuned -n is based on sample hours taken from Monday 00, R &R nc.

86 84 R &R March 3, 00 Hot AC Playlists FND COMPLETE PLAYLSTS FOR ALL HOT AC REPORTERS ON R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG WPWNew York ABC () Cuddy/Shannon/Mascaro. Cume,09,800 PUYS ARTSTRTLE THE COROSS&eathss DDO/Dankyou AEROSMTWJaded MADONNNDOnt Tell Me LENNY KRAVTZ /Again MATCHBOX VES/PM( You re Gone BON JOVUfhank You Foc. LEE ANN WOMACK/ Hope You Dance UNCLE KRACKER/FolloW Me UBeauRful Day LFEHOUSEM3nging By AMomenl 3 DOORS DOWN/Kryptonite NELLY FURTADLV'm LikeA Bird VERTCAL HORZON/Bal Ever Had... EVAN AND JARON/Crary For This Girl FATH lll/the Way You love Me MOBY F/GWEN STEFAN5outhside CGLOPUYNe6ow TRAM//Drops C4Jupiter... BARENAKED LADES/Too Lime TW Late DAVE MATTHEWS BAND/ Did t STNWAtler The Rain_. VERTCAL HORZOWYoo rea God FUEL/Hemorrhage... JOSH JOPLN GROUP /Camera One BARE NAKED LADES/Pinch Me MATG/ROXTWENTY/Mad Season STNG/Desert nose DAVD GRAY/Babylon MATCHBOXTWENTYBan G (000) KBG/Los Angeles (88) Kaye/Baker. Cume,03,00 PUYS FATH HLUThe Way ou Love Me LENNYKRAVR/Agai MATCHBOX TWENTY You're Gone DDMlankyou MARTN F /AGULERAMObody Wants.. MASONNNDont Tee Me EVAN ANDJARON/Crmy for his Girl SAMANTHA MUMBA/Gotta Tell You JENNFER LOPEZ/Love Dont Cost... DDOMere WM Me LONEL RCHE/Angl 'N SYNC/This Promise You ROD STEWART/ Cali t Deny t ENRQUE GLESASBe Nth You SXPEN CE /Kiss Me MARC ANTHONYA Need To Know STNG/Desert Rase LOU BEGA/MamboNo DESTNY'S CHLD/Say My Name ENRQUE GLESUSiDall os ENRQUE GLESASRhythm Divine BRAN MCKNGHTBack At One BACKSTREET BOVS5haw Me... CHERRekeve BBMAK/Back Here 'NSYNG's Gonna Be Me SANTANA F/ROBTHOMASSmoom MARC ANTHONY/You Sang To Me BACKSTREET BOYSShaeeOt My Heart SOULDECSON4aded G (000) KYSR/Los Angeles (98) PerelVPalyk + Cume,,600 PUYS G (000 ODO'rhank/w LENNYKRAV/Again MOBY F/GWEN MADONNA/Don't t Tell Me /Beautiful Day COLDPAY/VeBOW L/Samrside BARENAKED LADES/Pinch Me NELLY FURTADONYn Like A Bird MATCHB0XWENTY/fYoere Gone EVAN ANDJARON/Crary For This Girl TRAWDrops 0J upiter... LFEH0U5E/HangMg By A Mc meet VERTCAL HORZON/Best Ever Had... 3 DOORS DOWNKryptonite MATCHBOX TWENTY/Bent DAVDGRAYB0b/on NODOUBF/BSmdebr DDOMere With Me CREEOAYnh Arms Work Open MACY GRAY/ Try UNCLE KRACKER/FObwMe DAVE MATTHEWS BAN DA Dal t EVE 6/Here's To The Night NNE DAYS/Absolutely LENNY KRAV Z/Amrercan Woman 0450 CREED/Higher 9800 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND/TheSpace Between 9350 NCBUS/Dme 850 DELERUMF/MCLACHAWSience 50 STNG/AherThe Rain WTMX /Chicago Bonneville (3) Jam es/kach in ske. Come 8,600 PUYS KLLC/San Francisco nfinity (45) Kaplan/Stoeckel + Cume 64, G 000) G ( TRAN/Drops 0, epee, NELLY FORTAD04'm Like A Bird U/Beautiful Day DDO/TlanUyou UNCLE KRACKER/rollow Me SADE/By lour Side THE CORRS/rea;hlss MADONNA/Don't Tell Me FVE FOR FGHTNG/Easy Tonight COLDPLAYNknv LENNY KRAVTLPgain DELERUM FMCLACHLM/Silence NO DOUBTBalhwmler MATCHBOX TWENTY/f You're Gone DAVD GRAYBatMon MOR F/G W EN STEFAN OSmmiside NNE DAYS/ Am TRAWDrops 0JUD0er ODMhankyou 8 30 FUEAbmarrha9a LFEHOUSEManging By A Moment DAVE MATTHEWS BANDT D MATCHBOX TWEMV /NYOU're Gone CREEDANM Arms Wide Open FUEManomhage LENNYKRAVT /Again 453 MOBV F/G WEN STEFANOSaÑSide 08 9 DAVD GRAY/Babylon COLLECTVE SOUL/Perfect Day GREEN DAY/Warning NCUBUS/0M NCUBUS/Drie DAVE MATTHEWS BANDT Eid t SEMSONC/Chanshy NNA GORDOWNOW Cad Die TOPS/OusOOn Everything DOORS DOWNMryploltifi UVBeaue(u Day BARENAKED ADESlT Ode Teo Lab STNG/After The Rain SSEL HAZEL/Change YOU, MUd VERTCAL HOFRZON/Bst Ever 645 Had AEROSMTWJaoed EVAN AND JAR ON/Crazy Oil/C mazy FOr Thin Girl EVERC FAR/AM Radio MACYGRAY/Why Didn't You _ 9 8 VERTCAL HORZONNoúreAGOd 6858 NNE DAYS/Absolutely 5654 COLDPLAVYlbw 64 BARENAKED LADES/Too Little Tao Late CREEDNfM AfmsWee Open VERTCAL HORZON/Every-Ming You Want TNRDEVE BLND/Deep nside Moo THECORRSBreanems NNE DAYS/Absolutely UFEHOUSE/Hargng By A Moment 4369 POO To Fly 3 4 FGHTERS/Learn DOWN/Kryptonite 4 8 VERTCAL HORZON/Everything You Want CREEDMigha 4 PUYS KM/Dallas-Ft Worth (9) McMahon/Thomas + Cume 50,90 09 WDVO/Detroit ABC (33) O'Brien/Hazelton/Delisi. Cume 44,300 MARKET. WDVD WBMX/Bostan nfinity (6) Slrasse0/Muilaney. Cume 0,600 A WOSX/Boston Entenrom (6) Valer//Tyle + Came 393,000 WROX/Washinglon, OC ABC (0) Kosbau/Parker + Cume 6,000 MX 0e3FM ftwelatigusvm PUYS LW W EVAN ANDJAROWCrary For This GP LENNY KRAVTZ/Again MATCHBOX T W E NrYnl You're Gone MADONNA/Don t Tell Me DOG/Rank ou E CORRS4heathless ARO9MTWJaded NELLV FURTADO/Tm LikoABed SANTANA FBOB THOMAS/Smooth VERTCAL. HORZON/Best Ever Had.. STNG/AM/ The Rain.. U Dsutilul Day DEXTER FREEBSH/Leaving Town LEE ANN WOMACKR Hope You Dance CREEOMigl:er CREEDAMM Arms Wide Open FATH H L/The Way You Love Me NNE DAYS/Absolutly... SXPENCE. /There She Goes TRAN/Drops 0 Jupiter... STNG/Desert Rose BBMAK/Back Here MATCHBOX PMNTVBent BONJOVVThank You For.. JOSH J OPLN GROUP/Camera One SMASH MOUTH/All Star UNCLE KRACKERffollw Me VERTCAL HORZON/Everything You Want BMENAKEDLADES/oo Lime Too late DAVE MATTHEWS BANDT Did O G (000) PUYS LW W ARTST/TLE G (000) FUELMemorrlage_. 48 LENNY KRAVTZ/Again 48 UNCLEKHAC0RffoDow Me 450 DDO/lmhyau 450 MATCHBOX TWENTY/ You're Gone 30 UBeauOul Day 30 COLOPYNeSav 566 DAVD GRAYBaR/an 55 MOBY F/GWEN STEFMNSoonaide 55 LFEHOUSEAanginO By Moment 5066 BARENAKED LADES/Too LOW Too Late 5066 STNG/AOm The Rain TRAN/Drops 0fJupner_ VERTCAL HORZON/Best Eva Had_ JOSH JOPLN GROUP/CameraOne 49 SEMSONC/Chemstry 356 NELLYFURTADM'm Like A Bird 980 CREED/With Arms Vde Open 68 F00 FGHTERS/Learn To Hy 68 GOO GOO DOLS/BlackMann 68 EVERCLEAWWon4erful 68 NNE DAYS/f Am 68 3 DOORS DOWNMryplonne 533 CAFE/Mosher 533 SANTANA F,'R08HOMASSmooth 533 SMASH MO U TWhe n The Morning STNG/Desert Rose 533 VERTCALHORZONBvaythirg You Want 384 VERTCAL HORZOWYOtitAGod 384 BARENAKED LADES/Pinch Me 384 PUYS LW W D ARTSTRTLE 64000). LENNYKRAVTZ/A0/ 59 AEROSMTWJade 508 MATCHBOXTWENTYntYou're Gone 508 DDOnhenkyou 466 NELLYFURTADO/l'm Like A Bird 4445 Reaulilul Day 3803 MADONNA43on'Tm Me 348 EVAN ANDJARON/Craw For DM Girl 094 DAVD GRAYBabylan 0 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Did 0 MOBY F/GWEN STEFAN/SOrrmside 995 BARENAKED LADES/Too Little Too Late 9630 UNCLE KRACKEWFOOOWMe 9309 DELERUMFMCLACHLANBilence 9309 LEE ANN WOMACK/ Hope You Dance 9309 THE CORRS/Brmmes 805 UFEHOUSFllhnoinp By A Moment 04 SHAGGY /Angel 04 DESTNY'S CHLD/ndependent Women._ 04 VERTCAL HORZONBst Ever Had DOORS DOWN/Kryptonite 06 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND/The Space Between 06 CREEOANM NmsWide Open VERTCAL HORZON/You're A God CREEDMGher STNGBesert Rose COLDPLAYNeaw MAO Ohl NA/Music SANTANA MOB THOMASSmoam U/Walk On PUYS Lw W MARTN F /AGULERNNabody Wants... MOWOAady(Hear...) JENNFER LOPELLOVe0OnCOS... SHAGGY /Angel JANET /AForYou ATGAround The World_. THE CORRSBreamless LONEL RCHE/Argl SHAGGYAtWasnt Me OESTNYS CHLDnndependenl Women... MADONNA/Dona Tell Me MELANE CA Turn To You SON BY FOUR/Purest 0 Pain... DAFT PUNK/One More Time 'N SYNC/This Promise You RCKY MARON/She Bangs 0 4 MADONNM.Sic 33 MYMree 6 3 SABNA PARS/LookAt Us 43 DREAM/Heloves U Not DESTNY'S CHLD/JUmpinJumpiri 5 ENRQUEGLESAS/Baibncs 9 STNG/Desert Rose 4 BEEGEES/Thi s Where DESTNYSCHLWSOrhor 3 ENRQUE GLESASBeWeh You 4 SAMANTHAMUMBA/Gota Tell You 8 MYA/Case(ffhe Ex.. 3 MARC ANTHONYA Need ToKeUw 3 JENNFER LOPELWOning For Tonight G moo) ' LW Tw ARTSTnNLE 6 (OGG) STNG/Desert Rose 0368 CREEDfWM Arms Wide Open 0080 MATCHBOX TWENTYA You're Gone 0080 SANTANA F/ROB THOMAS/Smooth 9504 CREED/ Maher 898 MADONNA/Don't Tea Me 69. DAVE MAT THEWS BANDA Did t 69 VERTCALHORZON,Besl Ever Had LENNY KRAVTLAgain 664 BARENAKED LADESPinen Me 664 UBeautaul Day 664 F5THHLUThe Way You!. owe Me 6336 THE CORRSBreatmes 6336 DDOnhankyou 6336 EVAN ANDJARON /Cary For Ths Girl 560 EVERCLEARANaldahu 560 NELLY RJRTADO/ m Lice A Bird 560 MATCHBOX TWENTY/Bent 4608 FASTBALUDut Of My Head 403 SXPENCE_JTNOne She Goes 403 MACY CRAVAT ro 344 COUNTNG CROWSargireraAal 344 SMASHMOUTT/PJSlzr 3456 THRD EYE BLND/Never Let You Go 3456 SXPENCF_AOssMe 368 VERTCAL HORZON/Everyming You Wall 368 NNE DAYS/Absolutely STNG/Brand NOee Day 368 TALBACHMANShe' So High 59 FATH HLL/Breathe 59 MARKET 40 KHMX/Hollston- Galveston nfinity (3) Stevens/Bradley. Cume 498,00 PUYS i G 605) CREED/WM Arms WdeOpen 648 MATCHBOX TWENTY/ You're Gone 5936 DDOUThankyou 54 LENNY KRAVTZ/Again 54 LEE ANNWOMACU Hope You Dance 5300 MADONNADontTee Me 5088 F MARTN /AGU LERABObody Wants U/Beautiful Day 5088 BARENAKED LADES/Pinch Me 486 EVAN ANDJAROWCrary For This BM 486 DAVD BRAYBa0y/on 486 EVERCLEAOMl000aal 4664 'N SYNC/This Promise You 440 NELLYFURTADO/l'm Like A Bird. 544 MARC AMHONYA Need To Know 33 VERTCAL HORZON/Best Eva Had THRD EYE B ND/Neer Let You Go 33 TRAN/Meet Virginia 33 BBMAK/Back Here 0 MATCHBOX TWENNBent 0 NNA GORDON/Now Can Die 0 SHAWN MULLNS/Everywhere Go 0 VERTCAL HORZON/Everything You Want 0 VERTCAL HORZONNoúre A God 0 NNEOAYS/ADSONtey._ 908 SMASH MOUTH/Then The Morning SNG/Brand New Day 908 STNG/Desert nose 908 MARC ANTHONYNou Sang To Me 908 MACYGRAY, Try 908 KPLZ /Seattle -Tacoma Fisher (06) Phillips/Hashim000. 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87 NAC/Smooth Jazz March 3, 00 R &R 85 CAROL ARCHER corn The mpact Of Radio Time Buys On CD Sales "We'd rather invest our resources in support of station events and promotions, because we can't compete on the level of most consumer -products companies, like auto manufacturers, financial services or airlines. Their budgets are huge." Nate Herr Spots reinforce artist awareness, but do they prompt music purchases? n the past, record companies routinely bought radio time in support (or in search) of airplay. But that changed when music retailers adopted the model employed by grocery chains of - charging for price and positioning. To compete effectively, labels said they had no choice but to play the retail game, endcaps and all -a fact of commercial life that has sapped their radio advertising budgets. spoke with Verve Sr. VP/Marketing Nate Herr, Warner Bros. /Jazz VP/Marketing Randall Kennedy and Samson VP/Promotion Mike Klein to learn how time buys affect CD sales. A Level Playing Field As point person for Verve's marketing, Herr is strictly accountable for sales performance. He oversees the marketing budget, which includes radio time buys. Verve's time buys primarily go through retail as co-op advertising. Recently, for example, the label bought time on WNUA/Chicago and WQCD /New York for its Smooth Jazz Sampler 000 through Coconuts Records. "The sampler was a piece of the puzzle we created and provided to the stations," Herr says. "n that particular case, it's difficult to quantify the exact impact of the spots themselves, because they were within a much larger program. But was the program successful? Absolutely! "Frankly, we'd rather invest our Nate Herr Randall Kennedy Mike Klein n nrrnan! resources in support of station events and promotions, because we can't compete on the level of most consumer- product companies, like auto manufacturers, financial services or airlines. Their campaign budgets are huge. And that's what it's all about in advertising: frequency and multiple impressions that drive consumers to products. We can't afford to buy hundreds of spots, and that limits our impact " Therein lies any music marketing executive's primary challenge: to fulfill revenue expectations with relatively meager resources. To do more with less. Market rank isn't a significant fac- Among the revelers attending the after -party at the Smooth Jazz Awards in Chicago were (l -r) All That Jazz's Cliff Gorov; Verve artist Jeff Golub; Warner Bros. artist Euge Groove; Warner Bros: Deborah Lewow; Station of the Year, WNUA /Chicago, PD Bob Kaake; Atlantic artist Steve Cole; R &R NAC /Smooth Jazz Editor Carol Archer; manager Steve Chapman; and Verve's Bud Hamer. tor when Verve decides to support a station event or promotion with time buys. The label recognizes that artist appearances - whether in New York, Norfolk or Wichita - generate press and publicity opportunities that can tip the entire sales equation. "Do we see sales? Yes," Herr states unequivocally. "Are they attributable directly to those spots? t's difficult to say." But that hardly matters when the marketing is bumping CD sales. Promo Support s Essential Kennedy believes that Warner Bros.' interests are best served by providing promotional support for airplay, rather than simply buying time. But with retail in control, he says, to lay out a record, the label must identify what retail wants in order to sell it. Since the business of business is profitability, it's no surprise that the bulk of retail's requirements serve its bottom line. Kennedy estimates that approximately 65% of retailers' preferred scenario involves "real estate," or in -store positioning. Retail's second preference, about 5 %, is in -store and the media - driven print support that's part of coop advertising - usually infinitesimal minis in the Sunday paper's "Arts and Leisure" section or the "Concerts and Clubs" clutter in the back pages of a free alternative weekly. The remaining 0% of retailers' music marketing is allocated to radio. Kennedy notes, "The bottom line is that most retailers don't make enough money on radio advertising. They make a lot more on a yearlong deal with the Los Angeles Times' Sunday 'Calendar.' They pay, say, $0,000 for its back page, then they cut it up into pieces and get back $5,000. That's also why retail loves to sell price and positioning: f they sell two pieces on an endcap, it hasn't cost them an ad director, a talent or anything." Kennedy insists that radio time buys are effective and necessary in top -five markets, and he suggests that the process requires exceptional care when launching a new artist, such as Warner Bros.' breakout saxophonist Euge Groove. "To this point we've gone mostly with listening posts and other in -store devices, because he's on his second single, which will be a long, slow build," Kennedy says. "We'll look at time buys with the third single. Advertising will never sell a record, but it garners position, and it may curry some favor with the station. Nobody's holding us up; it's all reciprocal. "f a station is doing a promotion for us, it can well expect to make some money on it, because it's very valuable time it's offering us. We're not well -equipped enough dollarwise to mount a campaign that's going to have resonance, a la 'Got milk?' but what we hope to do is place the spot in a nice slot that serves to remind the listening public about the artist by building an impression." t's difficult for a label to quantify the effectiveness of radio advertising in terms of yesterday's economies of scale. Artist development today requires creative long -term planning and an investment in an unknown future. "Under old hard -core format rules, you'd sell a record for every dollar spent," says Kennedy. "But now you've got to take a leap of faith, especially with a Euge or a Gabriela Anders, when you're trying to build a base. 'The best possible thing is to hear the artist's name mentioned as many times as possible in the programming day, even if we have to purchase a certain number of those mentions. Our experience with Euge was eye - opening. He's not on The Tonight Show or on the cover of Time, and the jazz press has ignored him. His scanned sales won't set the world on fire, but they're darned respectable. His is a totally NAC -driven story. This is a reactive format, not nearly as passive as people claim." The Samson Approach A relative newcomer on the NAG Smooth Jazz scene, independent Samson Records is one of Gold Circle Entertainment's media holdings, which have expanded in less than five years to employ more than,000 people. Under the aegis of its President, pop -music legend Steve Barri, Samson now boasts a roster that includes Jeff Lorber, Doc Powell, Michael Lington and Jango. But the label's sales have yet to mirror its notable chart successes. Fortunately, Samson not only has creative vision and a passionate, highly skilled staff, its parent company, Gateway Computers, affords critical promotion and marketing support of a type that few indie NAC /SJ labels enjoy. Drawing on his pop experience, which includes radio ad sales (imagine, a record guy who understands Arbitron!), promotion honcho Klein intends to exploit every available resource, including time buys, to attain Samson's goals. While Danish -born saxophonist Lington's debut solo single, "Tell t Like t s," fared well with programmers, ultimately the track satisfied vocalist Bobby Caldwell's fans more than it established Lington in listeners' imaginations. Klein organized radio flights for Lington's Vivid CD expressly to help sales and re- educate markets where Lington had previously had some success. "We tested the waters," Klein recalls, "and went back and uncovered Michael's 'homes.' As a test, we wanted to see how the record would do in Portland, OR and Fresno, where he'd had great airplay and market sales. Then we went a step further and took it to San Diego. We were fortunate to have The Wave's [KTWV/Los Angeles] support and the budget available, so we tried them too. "n each market we tried to find the best bang for the buck. Buys were based on cost -per -point. Our goal was to get sufficient reach to give us enough advertising to attain the objective. Another factor, a door that had never been opened at this company, was to see whether the buys would make a marked difference in sales. We needed to evaluate whether we could justify the 0% budget increase to do time buys of this ilk. "Overall, in the four markets where we bought radio time, we saw a 5 %- to -5% increase in sales. Was it worth it? We believe it's a marathon, not a sprint. Multiple impressions are a lot like adding a word to your vocabulary: You've got to use it in a sentence 0 times. A word or an advertisement, it's still the same game."

88 Wanna 86 P?' NAC /Smooth Jazz Top 30 LAS 4 0 THS WEEK March 3, 00 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) RCHARD ELLOT Who? (Blue Note) KM WATERS n The Groove (Shanachie) 3 KRK WHALUM Now Til Forever (Warner Bros.) 6 0 DAVE KOZ Love s On The Way (Capitol) 8 O RCK BRAUN Kisses n The Rain (Warner Bros.) 3 6 GEORGE BENSON Medicine Man (GRPNMG) 5 BONA FDE X -Ray Hip (N- Coded) 8 JEFF GOLUB Droptop (GRPNMG) 9 0 RPPNGTONS Caribbean Breeze (Peak/Concord) 0 YULARA Flyin' High (Higher Octave) m SADE By Your Side (Epic) 3 JEFF LORBER Snakebite (Samson) 3 STNG She Walks This Earth (Telarc) 0 CHUCK LOEB North, South, East And Wes (Shanachie) 6 MCHAEL MCDONALD Open The Door (Ramp) 5 m GREGG KARUKAS Chasing The Wind (N- Coded) 8 a COUNT BASC Wes Who? (nstinct) 4 8 BONEY JAMES & RCK BRAUN R.S.V.P. (Warner Bros.) m MCHAEL LNGTON Sunset (Samson) a TM BOWMAN Smile (nsync) 0 a JONATHAN BUTLER Forever Tonight (N- Coded) JAllMASTERS Shine (Hardcastle/Trippin W' Rhythm) 8 a FREDDE RAVEL Sunny Side Up (GRPNMG) 5 a SEAL This Could Be Heaven (London Sire) 6 KEN NAVARRO Delicioso (Positive) 4 6 EUGE GROOVE Romeo & Juliet (Warner Bros.) 30 a FOURPLAY Double Trouble (Warner Bros.) ldebut> a STEVE COLE Waterfalls (Atlantic) 9 a NCOGNTO F/MAYSA Change ( Talkin Loud /Blue ThumbNMG) 3 30 GARDEN PARTY Rikki Don't Lose That Number (Samson) TOTAL + - GROSS WEEKS ON TOTALSTATONS MPRESSONS CHART ADDS / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /0 4 NAC /Smooth Jazz reporters. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 400 plays or more for the first time. Songs below No. 0 are moved to recurrent after 0 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitron Company). 00, R &R nc. New & Active JOE Know (Jive) DOWN TO THE BONE Righteous Reeds (nternal Bass /Q/Atlantic) Total Plays: 5, Total Stations:, Adds: Total Plays: 08, Total Stations:, Adds: 0 WAYMAN TSDALE Can't Hide Love (Atlantic) PAUL CARRACK Where Would Be (Compass) Total Plays: 38, Total Stations: 8, Adds: Total Plays: 86, Total Stations: 5, Adds: 0 CHARLE WLSON Without You (Major Hits) DAVD MANN Stone Groove (N- Coded) Total Plays: 3, Total Stations:, Adds: Total Plays: 84, Total Stations:, Adds: 3 FOUR 80 EAST Bumper To Bumper (Higher Octave) VAROUS ARTSTS Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Shanachie) Total Plays: 6, Total Stations: 5, Adds: Total Plays: 6, Total Stations:, Adds: 0 KOMBO Tip Of The Hat (GRPNMG) WARREN HLL Love Life (Narada) Total Plays:, Total Stations: 4, Adds: Total Plays: 5, Total Stations: 0, Adds: ED CALLE Spanish Rose (Concord) Total Plays:, Total Stations: 4, Adds: Songs ranked by total plays ARTSTTTLE LABELS) Most Added ADDS WAYMAN TSDALE Can't Hide Love (Atlantic) PECES OF A DREAM R U Ready (Heads Up) 6 BONEY JAMES & RCK BRAUN Shake lt Up (Warner Bros.) 6 DOC POWELL Brother To Brother (Samson) 5 MCHAEL LNGTON Sunset (Samson) 4 FREDDE RAVEL Sunny Side Up (GRPNMG) 3 DAVD MANN Stone Groove (N- Coded) 3 NESTOR TORRES Doesn't Really Matter (Shanachie) 3 SADE King Of Sorrow (Epic) 3 Most ncreased Plays ARTST TTLE LABELS) TOTAL PLAY NCREASE RCK BRAUN Kisses n The Rain (Warner Bros.) +9 MCHAEL LNGTON Sunset (Samson) CHUCK LOEB North, South, East And Wes (Shanachie) WAYMAN TSDALE Can't Hide Love (Atlantic) RPPNGTONS Caribbean Breeze (Peak/Concord) FREDDE RAVEL Sunny Side Up (GRPNMG) MCHAEL MCDONALD Open The Door (Ramp) PECES OF A DREAM R U Ready (Heads Up) DAVD MANN Stone Groove (N- Coded) KM WATERS n The Groove (Shanachie) Breakers No Songs Qualified For Breaker Status This Week Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported to R &R by each reporting station. Songs unreported as adds do not count toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Plays lists the songs with the greatest week -to-week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG {natural duck $.95 {loo pc. minimum) J o

89 - Dancing notes with Carol Archer Richard Elliot's "Who?" (Blue Note) holds No., but Kim Waters' "n the Groove" (Shanachie) at *, Dave Koz's "Love s on the Way" (Capitol) at 4* and, especially, Rick Braun's "Kisses in the Rain" (Warner Bros.) at 5* - with 00% of the panel playing it, plus its status as No. Most ncreased with a gain of 9 plays - are all strong contenders to take over the top spot next week. Talk about the long shelf life of currents in this format: Both Sade's "By Your Side" (Epic) at * and Sting's "She Walks This Earth" (Telarc) at 3 have been on the chart for weeks. We'll explore the reasons currents stick around for so long in NAC/ Smooth Jazz in an upcoming column. A hint: library equity. Various Artists To Grover With Love D Records NAC /Smooth Jazz Action March Chuck Loeb was involved in an accident recently, when the car he was traveling in was struck by an SUV going 30 mph. Fortunately, he wasn't seriously injured. We offer Loeb this news as a get - well wish: His single "North, South, East & Wes" (Shanachie) moves -4* and is among the Most ncreased this week. Michael Lington's "Sunset" (Samson) makes a fine showing, with a move from to 9 *. Additionally, the tune picks up four new adds, including those at WSSM /St. Louis and KSSJ /Sacramento, and it's among the Most ncreased. Freddie Ravel's "Sunny Side Up" (GRP/ VMG) vaults five places - 8-3* - based on an increase of 54 plays and three new adds. Wayman Tisdale's got a great new record, a fine cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's "Can't Hide Love" (Atlantic). must not be the only one who thinks so, because it's No. Most Added. Seven stations - including highly rated W VM V/Detroit and KSSJ - embraced the track this week. Furthermore, Tisdale's getting 0 plays on KTWV/ Los Angeles. The track sounds amazing on the air! James & Braun and Pieces Of A Dream tie for second Most Added with six adds apiece. Please see Under the Radar for more about new music. This breathtaking recording deserves more space than Heads Up allows, so it will be the focus of an upcoming column. The project is the brainchild of Jason Miles, who also conceived and produced A Love Affair: The Music of van Lins. Top to bottom on To Grover With Love Miles elicits performances that not only do justice to the memory of one of contemporary jazz's most influential and gifted artists, but satisfy at the deepest musical, emotional and spiritual levels. This may sound like hyperbole, but from its opening track - the first single, Gerald Albright's uncanny version of "Winelight" - the listener is in for a beautiful, Grover staggering experience. The contributions of Herbie Mann, Russ Freeman, Washington Jr. Richard Elliot, Jay Beckenstein, Dave Koz, Everette Harp, Ronnie Laws, Chaka Khan, Mark Whitfield and Chuck Loeb elevate To Grover With Love far beyond expectations. Each and every performance shines, but Paul Taylor's "Come Morning" and Regina Bell, Steve Cole and George Duke's collaboration on "Just the Two of Us" particularly stand out for their!] emotional intensity. *44' a. Mál, r i To paraphrase Dinah Washington and Esther Phillips, what a difference a week makes! returned from vacation to find my desk absoiute:y &wash in phenomenal new tracks. Here are the ones that rose to the top of my ",4" stack 3, 00 R &R 8 Anii4VAttMatttS UNDER THE RADAR R &R'S EXCLUSVE BAROMETER FOR NEW MUSC - James & Braun's "Shake t Up" (Warner Bros): Electrifying and smooth at the same time, this track smolders with more fiery Latin BTUs than any 0 other NAC / smooth jazz tunes combined. Tied for second Most Added, it goes out -of- the -box this week on WNUA/Chicago and five other reporters' playlists. XL's in the Night" (Rhythm & Groove /Q /Atlantic): What playlist couldn't benefit from an infusion of vitality? This hip. infectious, uptempo track really delivers the goods. Nestor Torres' "Doesn't Really Matter" (Shanachie): The flautist brings deep sensuality to this cool, inspired cover of Janet's smash. From Torres' outstanding new project, This Side of Para- dise. Eric Clapton's "Reptile" (Reprise): This appealing instrumental surprise - the title cut from Ciapton's new record - has retro- feeling Brazilian textures and, no surprise, dazzling playing from old Slowhand himself (only this time he's playing faster). Added this week by KTWV (The Wave) /Los Angeles and KSSJ/ Sacramento. Walter Beasley s "Tantam' (Shanachie): nspired by Beasley's sisters, Tanya and Tammy, "Tantam" is notable for the saxophonist's exceptionally sensitive playing. as well as an exquisite melody. Fantasy's "Everlasting Pictures" (0): The veteran players deliver a haunting, sensual tune with hypnotic rhythmic underpirnigs. Jeff llashiwa's `Around the World" (Native Language): This followup is at least as strong as Kashiwa's No. "Hyde Park." Dazzling! Pieces Of A Dream's "RU Ready" (Heads Up): No question, these guys play exceptional songs with their whole hearts and souls. Tied for second Most Added this week - new adds include WJZW/ Washington, WJZ /Milwaukee, WNWV /Cleveland and JRN - and its already getting plays on WNUA and KYOT /Phoenix. Doc Powell's "Brother to Brother" (Samson): The guitarist is back in fine form on.his new project, Life Changes. and "Brother to Brother" shines. t's added this week by WJZ, WJZV /Richmond and WSJZ/New Orleans. He s the force behind Club 600, and David Mann's notable solo protect, Touch, is a treasure trove of musical riches. `Stone Groove is_already receiving 4 plays on WQCD /New York and on W,.Z and now it's been added by JRN. KJAZ -AM /Los Angeles PD Lawrence Tanter adds the track "Tribeca." Last but not least, be sure to check out Timothy Schmidt's Feed the Fire (Lucas). Schmidt's distinctive and much -loved vocals remain intact, especially on his coo: cover of The Stylistics' "You Are Everything." Oh, that song. THE NDUSTRY S NEWSPAPER The most comprehensive and up -to -the- minute coverage of radio business news...at a special VP package rate! R &R's ndustry VP Package The Daily Digest Of The Radio ndustry R &R: The ndustry's Newspaper R &R's Today's News E -mail updates of breaking stories R &R Today: The ndustrÿs Leading Daily Fax The R &R Directory The most comprehensive resource guide available SAVE OVER 30 %! R &R'S NDUSTRY VP PACKAGE S $4900 (Regular rate $60.50) U. S. Only R&R at: Call R &R at: FAX Credit Card Payments To: Subscribe online:

90 . 88 R&R March 3, 00 NAC /Smooth Jazz Reporters Stations and their adds listed alphabetically by market WZMR /Albany, NY PD: Patrick Ryan KN NAVARRO-Deáooso" TSDALE "Carir DOCALLE'Spanish" DAVD MANN ''Stone" KOMBO'Tp" CHARLE WLSON "Wthou:" KRQS /Albuquerque, NM PD: Paul Lavoie MD: Jeff Young JAMES & BRAUN "Shake" NESTOR TORRES "Doesn't' KNK /Anehorage,AK OM: Aaron Wallender PD: Dallas Scott MD: Jennifer Summers MCHAEL LNGTON "Sunset WNUA/Chicago, L PD: Bob Kaake APD/MD: Carl Anderson JAMES & BRAUN "Shake' WNWV /Cleveland, OH PD /MD: Bernie Kimble No Adds WJZA /Columbus, OH OM /PD /MD: Bill Harman APD: Gary Wolter JJ Ada; KOA /Dallas -Ft. Worth, TX PD: Maxine Todd APD /MD: Bret Michael RPPNGTONS "Caribbean' KJCD/Denver- Boulder, CO PD: John St. John saoe "sorrow WVMV /Detrolf, M PD: Tom Sleeker MD: Sandy Kovach 6 WAYMAN TSDALE "cant" KEZL /Fresno, CA PD: J. Weidenheimer No Axs WYJZAndianapolis, N PD /MD: Carl Frye PECES OFA DREAM "Read' KCY /Kansas City, MO PD: Steve Wiersman MD: Michelle Chase FREDDA RAVEL 'Sunny WSMJ/Knoxville, TN PD /MD: Tom Miller 4 WAYMANTSDALE 'Can t 4 FREDDE RAVE( "Sunny" KTWV /Los Angeles, CA PD: Chris Brodie APD /MD: Ralph Stewart JEFF LORBER'S: a.d,.l, ERC CLAPTOJ'B -p' WLVE /Miami, FL Rich McMillan No Adds WJZ /Milwaukee, W OM /PD /M0: Chris Moreau PECES OFADREAM "Ready" DOC POWELL "Brother' KSBR /Mission Viejo, CA OM /PD: Terry Wedel MD: Logan Parris PECES OF A CREAM 'Ready" CTRUS SUN "Smile' JAMES &BRAUN "shake- KRVR /Modesto, CA PD: Jim Bryan MD: Doug Wulff DAVD MANN "Stone" JARRED "Loves DOC POWELL'Broh ef JAY ROWE "Piaymg" DARYL STUERMER "Hard" NESTOR TORRES "Doesn't" WOCD /New York, NY OM: John Mullen PD /MD: Charley Connolly Co ACtls WSJZ /New Orleans, LA OM /PD /MD: Mark Edwards 4 JAMES & BRAUN 'Snake " DOC POweu'Brmhe' KEN NAVARRO"DEliaoso" URBAN JAE COALTON "Night" WJCD /Norfolk, VA PD: Jay Lang MD: Larry Y Hollowell owe No Adds WLOO /Orlando, FL PD: Dave Kosh MD: Patricia James No Adds WJPL/Peoria, L PD /MD: Rick Hirschmann FREDDE RAVEL "Sunny' SADE "Sorrow' WJJZ /Philadelphia, PA OM: Anne Gress MD: Michael Tozzi AMD: Joe Proke JEFF LORBEB "S,akebite' KYOT/Phoelix, AZ PD: Shaun Holly APD /MD: Greg Morgan No Adds KKJZ /Portland, OR PD: Chris Miller MD: David Shull APD: Heather Baldwin PECES OF A DREAM Read, WAYMAN TSDALE "Can'r KJZS /Reno, NV PD: Jay Davis MD: LouAnn Travers 6 MCHAEL MCDONALD 'Open" WAYMAN TSDALE "Cant' WJZV /Richmond, VA OM /PD: Tommy Fleming ERC ESST% "Southbound' AARED'LOye's" DOCPOWELL "Brother ED CALLE'SDar h" KSSJ /Sacramento, CA PD: Steve Williams MCHAEL LNGTON Sunset- WAYMAN TSDALE'Dan'P FOUR 80 EAST "Bumper" WSSM /St. Louis, MO PD: Mike Watermann MCHAEL LNGTON "Sunset KBZN /Salt Lake City. UT PD /MD: Rob Riesen ` '. KFM /San Diego. CA PD: Mike Vasquez APD /MD: Kelly Cole 3 SADE "So, :a KKSF /San Francisco, CA PD: Paul Goldstein MD: Laurie Cobb ERC CAPTON "Believe" KMGO /Santa Barbara, CA PD: Mark De Anda APD /MD: Steve Bauer KoNeo'rp' WARREN MLL" Re' FOUR 80 EAST "Bumper" KJZY /Santa Rosa. CA PD: Gordon Zlot APD /MD: Rob Singleton MCHAEL MCDONALD "Open - MCHAEL LNGON'Sunset" GENE OUNLAP "Got" WEB /Springfield, MA PD: Ben Casey MD: Darrel Cutting 8 "Perfect' DOC POWELL Brother DOTSERO NESTOR TORRES "Doesn't" WARREN HLL "Lee" 4Total Reporters P 4 Current Reporters 40 Current Playlists Y KOAZ/Tucson, AZ PD /MD: Erik Foxx PECES OF A DREAM Raj' JAMES&BRAUN'Shake WJZW/Washington, 9 DC PD/MD: Kenny y King g PECES OFA DREAM "Kay" KWSJ/Wichita, KS PD: Ron Allen MD: Patrick Murp,y JAMES & BRAUN "Shake' JRN /(Jones NAC) /National PD: Steve Hibbarc MD: Cheri Mar ue rt 533.v ",! -". i D`..ANN S;ooi Reported Frozen Playlist (): KWJZ/Seattle- Tacoma,WA Did Not Report. Playlist Frozen (): WSJT/Tampa, FL t Played Rec wants NAC /SMOOTH JAZZ Going For Adds CHEL MNUCC My Girl Sunday(Shanachie) JOE MCBRDE Texas Rhythm Club(Heads Up) JEFF KASHWA Hyde Park ("Ah, Oooh" Song) (Native Language) RONNE LAWS Old Days /Old Ways(HDH) MCHAEL LNGTON Twice n A Lifetime(Samson) DANCNG FANTASY Everlasting Pictures (0) JEFF KASHWA Around The World (Native Language) RONNE LAWS Once Upon A Time (HDH) WALTER BEASLEY Tantam (Shanachie) XL n The Night (Rhythm & Groove) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: 3/6/0 WALTER BEASLEY Comin' At Cha(Shanachie) STEVE COLE Got t Goin' On(Atlantic) MCHAEL MCDONALD The Meaning Of Love(Ramp) BRAN BROMBERG Relentless(Native Language) CRAG CHAQUCO Cafe Carnival(Higher Octave) VAROUS ARTSTS Manenberg (Heads Up) DOWN TO THE BONE The Zodiac(lnterna/ Bass) URBAN KNGHTS Sweet Home Chicago(Narada) NORMAN BROWN Paradise(Warner Bros.) JEFF GOLUB F/PETER WHTE No Two Ways About t(grp/vmg) BONEY JAMES & RCK BRAUN Grazin' n The Grass(Warner Bros.) DAVE KOZ Can't Let You Go (The Sha...) (Capitol) RCHARD ELLOT Moomba(B /ue Note) MARC ANTONE Palm Strings(GRPNMG) BONEY JAMES All Night Long (Warner Bros.) National Specialty Programming UNTED STATONS Nestor Torres Nestor Torres Chuck Loeb Four 80 East Rick Braun ROB MOORE Doc Powell James & Braun Renee DePuy Yulara Michael McDonald Art Good's JazzTrax Netradio.com Cafe Cubano Doesn't Really Matter Pocket Change Hazy Lazy Song For You Brother To Brother Shake lt Up Dave Koz Radio Show Flyin' High Open The Door Added This Week

91 NAC /Smooth Jazz Playlists March 3, 00 R &R 89 FND COMPLETE PLAYLSTS FOR ALL NAC REPORTERS ON R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG MARKET #3 WOCD /New York Emmis () Connoly Ól.9 4 Cume,598,600 0m AMA/MAW KTWV /Los Angeles nfinity (30) Brodie/Slewad 4 Cume 908,500 94KTWV WNUA/Chicago (3) Kaake /AnderSOn 4 Cume,400 WNUA 93.3 KKSF /San Francisco (45) C Goldstein/Cobb. 4 Cume 536,500 " 03. WJJZ/Philadelphia (5) Tozzi. Cure 630,400!rt0Uh wjjz 06, Lw TW ARTSTRTLE 4 4 BONAFDEA( -Ray Hp 3 4 KM WATERS /n the Crowe 3 4 GARDEN PARTY/6i Dont Lose RCK BRAUN/Cases n The Ram 3 3 RCHARDELLOTANho 4 9 DAVEKOZhove s On The Way 5 3 KRKWHALUMNow Nl Forever 8 STEVE COLE/Waterfalls s 8 KOMBOmp DThe Hat 6 GEORGE BENSON/Medicine Man SADE/By Your Side VAROUSARTSTSDon t Get Mound... EUGE GROOVEAiameo&Juliet 4 4 DAVD MANWStone Groove RCKE LEEJONES/FOr No One CHUCK LOE9NUrth. South... 6 GOTADmorgelabe.. 6 GREGG KARUKAS'CbasingTheWnd 6 KENNAVARRGDeliciow 6 YULAR/VRárHiph 5 RPPNGTON&Caribboan Breeze 5 MCHAEL LNGTONSunset 5 JEFFLORBEWSrekebne 5 FREDDE RAVEL/Sunny Sode Up 5 NESTOR TORRES/93mM Really COUNTBASC/Wes Who? 5 5 FOURPLAYN00bleTroubie G % ARTSTRTLE 0 4 RCHARD ELLOT/Who? 5 9 KRK WHALUMNow Til Forever RPPNGTONS/Canbbean Breeze 4 RCK BRAUN/Kisses n The Rain 5 FREDDE RAVEL/Sonny Side Up 0 JAMES 88RAUN/RSVP 8 0 WAYMAN TSDALE/Can t Hire Lore 9 9 MARCOS ARE/Mago Eyes 3 9 PAULJACKSONJRAlounce Wid' t 4 8 GEORGE BENSONMedic me Man 8 8 BRYANSAVAGFA(4h Hour 8 8 CHUCKLOB9NOrth.SOdh... JEFF GOLUBAraplop EVERETTEHARPM0ereWere You DANSEGEL/Fmm The Heart 8 6 KM WATERS/n The Groove 4 5 WARREN HLL/Manta CHARLE WLSON W6r0Ut You 5 4 STEELYDAN/Jack OfSpeeb 4 4 STNGSNeWalks This Earth 4 4 SADE/By Your Side 5 3 JOUA Wanna Know 8 9 ERC ESSXRainy Night n e JEFF LORBERSnakebre a ERC CLAPTONRepole Cl goe) ARTSTRTLE 4 KM WATERS/n The roam 5 RCHARD ELLOT/Who? RCK BRAUN/(4.es n The Rain 5 GEORGE BENSON/Medicine Man 9 RPPNGTONSGWBbean Breeze 8 CHUCK LOE&Tah.Somrt_ KRK WHALUMNOw Forever 8 JEFF LORBER5nakebrle 9 MCHAEL LNGTON5unsel 5 YULAFAhlyin' High PECES OF A DREAMM U Ready MCHAELMCOONALD /Open The Door B JOE/ Wanru Know 3 JAMASTERS5hife STEVE COLEAVatenalls 9 SAOEBy Your Side BONA FOEMgh Street 0 COUNT BASCA es Who/ 9 NORMAN BROWTUBreadrg Out 9 SADE 0080l3an0W 0 BETTE MDLERADveTKO a JAMES& BRAUWSeke t Up G 006) JA0ZMASTERSLOndon Chimm 3 JEFF KASHWAMyde Park.. JM BRCKMAN/Gory BONAFDE/X -Ray Hip DAVE KOZ/Love s On The Way VAROUSARTSTSManenberg NORMAN BROWWParedise 6 CHEL MNUCCVMy Girl Sunday 4 KM WATERS/n The Groove 4 MCHAEL LNGTONRwite n A L9elime 4 STEVE COLE/Got Goin' On 3 CHUCK LOEBNorth. Soot.. 3 RPPNGTONSiCaribhean Breeze yulara4nn Hgh KRK WHALUMYGod...) A Lnle_. MARC ANTONE/Children At Play GROVERW/SHNGTON../C00meleon S GEORGE BENSONMndiclne Man 9 BEBEL GLBERTO/So Nice... 9 BET* MDLEWLweK0 8 SADE/By Your Side SADFSomebody Weedy.- 6 JAMES& BRAUNSVP. 6 RCK BRAUW(isses n The Rain a ERCCLAPTOWBeliee n Lire G PUYS ARTBTmTLE JAMES 8 BRAUWR S VP CHEL MNUCC9Ay Girl Sunday STAFF/PU A Little Love... KM WATERSBn The Groove WALTER BEASLEV/Sideshov KRK WHALUM/(Gad.. ) A Little JOEA Wanna Know SADE/By Your Side BRAN MCKNGHT/Win DAVE KOZ/The Bright Side WAYMAN TSDALECmi Hide Love FREDDE RAVEESunny Side Up GEORGE BENSON/Medicine Man JEFF GOLUB /0:000p RCHARD ELLOT/Who? JEFF KASHWAAkOund The World RCK BRAUN/Kisses n The Rain BONA FOEM -flay Wp TM BOWMANSmie GARDEN PARTY/Rikki Donhose... VAROUS ART STSManenberp JEFF LORBERSnakebie G K04/Dallas -Ft. Worth nfinity (4) Todd/Michael 4 Cume 3,00 "(.NS S Ó55FM WVMV /Detroit nfinity (48) Sleeker /Kovach. Cume 439, WJZW/Washington, DC ABC (0) King 4 Come 34,900 OTr'.,'"_ 05.9 WLVE /Miami (305) McMillan. Cume 336,400 MARKET # KYOT /Phoenix (480) Brolly/MO rgan. Cume 5,800 MARKET #5 KYO 955FM ARTSTRTLE 8 (SOO) 9 9 RCHARDELLOTNwlo? KM WATERS/n The Groove 04 9 KRKWHALUMNow Til Forever 04 8 BONA FDE/Of-Ray Hip JOE MCBRDE/Tems Rhythm Club DAVE KOZ/Love s On The Way SADE/By Your Side BETTEMOLE&Love TKO CHARLEWLSOWR5rout You MCHAEL MCDONALD/The Meaning Of Love JOE/ Wanna Know STEVE COLE/Walerlalis RCK BRAUNMisses n The Rain GROVERWASHNGTON../Chameleon 96 MCHAEL NGTONRwice n A Lifetime 96 0 ERC ESSX/Ralny Night n.. 96 ACOUSTCALCHEMY/BeauJOul Game 96 RONNE LAWSDd Days/Old Ways 96 9 WARREN HLL/Mambo BONEYJAMES/MNght Lang 63 GREGG KARUKASChasieg The Wnd 63 JAMASTERSfLordon Chimes 63 9 CRAGCHAOUCO/Cafe Carnival 8 - B YULARAhlyin'Hiyi a RPPNGTONSfaribbean Weeze 0 LW Ty BONAFDE/X -Ray Hip KRK WHALUMMaw Til Forever RCHARD ELLOTAAho DAVE KOZ/Love s On The Way GEORGE BENSONRA edrome Man SADE/By Your Side KOZ F /JOR DAN/Careless Whisper KM WATERS/n The Graom JOE/ Wanna Know KEN NAVARRO/D JAMASTERSSheTe e,. GREGG KARUKAS/Casmo The Wind RPPNGTONSCaribbean Breeze RCK BRAUN/Kisses n The Rain MCHAEL LNGTONRwice n A Lifetime TM BOWMAN/Smile CRAG CHAOUCO JEFF LO0BER/SNkeNE YULAWVENin High afecami, JEFF GOLUB../No Two WaysAbool l JEFFGOLUBNroptop CLUB 600/Stay JEFFKASHWMydRPads.. WALTER BEASLEY/CUmki A Cha URBAN KNGHTS/Sweet Home Chippo GENE DUNLAP/Got T6 ts Gone. BONEYJAMES/A Nigm Long STE VE COL E/Got t Goin' On CHEL MNUCCVMy Girl Sunday VAROUS ARTSTSMarenbery 6 (000) ARTSTRTLE KM WATERS/n The Groove GEORGE BENSON/Medicine Man RCKBRAUNMisses n The Rail DAVE KO/LOoe s On The Way RCHARD ELLOTAWhO? KRK WHALUMMow B Forever SADE/By Your See MCHAEL MCDONA D/Open The Door R ONAN HARD MANRha Place n.. STNGS he Wallis This Earth AL JARREAWLast Nghl JEFF LORBEE/Snakebie YULARA4ryin' Hen FREDDE RAVEL/So nny Side Up COUNT BASCAWes Who? JAMES& BROUN/R SVPi KEN NAVARRO/slnd Life RPPNGTONSCaribOean Breese BONA RDE/ARay Hip JEFFGOLU&Droptop GREGGKARUKASChesinlo The Wad CHUCK LOEBNorth, South.. JAARED/L0M3 Taken Dyer MCHAEL LNGTONSultsel WAYMAN TSUALE/Cant Hide Love PAULTAYLOWAWnue STEVE COLE/Got t Gole On CRAG CHADUCO/Care Carnivo URBAN KNGHTS/Sweet Home Chicago PETER WHTUAutumn Day G (000) W TW ARTSTRTLE G (000) KRK WHAUMNOVLForever 536 JEFFGOLU&Dromop 536 GEORGE BENSON/Medicine Man 536 CHELMNUCCVMy id Sunday 536 RCHARD ELLOTAM 49 DAVE KOZ/Love lson The Wry 408 STNG/She Waifs bis Earth 385 GREGG KARUK/Sr9luskg The Wad 568 BRAN BROMBERG/Relentless 568 BETTEMDLER/Lwe TKO 568 RPPNOTONS/CaribDoeBreeze 568 RCK BRAUNMissesln The Ram 354 KMWATERSnn T he Groove 354 E0 CALLE/Spanish Rose 354 MCHAEL MCOONAL Wine Meaning Of Love 354 SADE/By Your Side 354 GROVER WASHNGTON..tlemeleon 354 PAUL TAYLOR/Aerial 354 CRAG CHAOUCO/Cafe Carnival 354 JAMES 8BRAUNMSVP 354 BONAFDE/X -Ray Hip 354 JOE MCBRDE/O000s Rhythm Club 498 YULARAFTym' High 84 JEFFLORBERSnakeee 84 COUNT BASCANesWho? 84 G (000 9 eo RPPNGTONS/Ceibbean Breen KMWAYERSO The Groove RCHARDELLOTAMro 39 9 g KRKWFALUMMow Tìl Forever 39 0 g JAZMASTERSShine JAMES & BRAUN/R.S.V.P GEORGE BENSON/Medicine 304 Man 4 5 SEAL/This COVd Be Heaven MCHAEL MCDONALD/roe Meaning Cr Love SADESy Your Side STNG/She Walks This Earth 35 JEFF GOLUS/Oropmp 06 JEFFLORBER/SOaketrte 06 ACOUSTC ALCHEMY /Angel Ell The South 06 BONA FDE/High Street 06 YULARARyin'Hgh 848 LARRYCARLTONGracias BONAFDEM -Ray Hip PECES OFADREAAMRU Ready 848 FOUR 80EAST/Bumper To Bumper 846 TM BOWMAWSmile 848 GREGG K8RUKASCUSinp The Wind 848 CHUCKLOEBNonh, South COUNTBASGMes Who? 848 DAVE KOULovels On The Way RCKBRAUNAGsses n The Rain 680 l0 KENNAVARRO/Detmoso 680 MARKET #6 KFM/San Diego Jefferson -Pilot (69) Vasquez/Cole 98. Cume 48,300 loo W ARTSTRTLE S 000) SEAL/This Could Be Heaven 394 WALTER BEASLEY/Cane A CM 394 MARC ANTONE/Palm Strings 394 URBAN KNGHTS/The Gypsy 6 KRKWHALUMNaw Til Forever 6 BONEYJAMESBonewm 6 VOODOO 000SMere We Go 6 RPPNGTONS/C ribbean Breeze 6 YULAM4yin' High 6 KM WATERS/n The Groove 6 MCHAEL MCDONALO he Meanino Clove 8 STNG/She Walks Th,s Earth 995 SADE/By Your Site 995 JONATHAN BUTLER/Forever Tonight 463 RCK BRAUNMáses n The Rae 330 CHE LMNUCCVMy Gill Sunday 330 JEFFGOLUBDroptop 330 RCHARDELLOTMa 330 CHUCKLOEBRde NSS 330 EVERETTE HARP/Right Back AYa 330 GROVER WASHNGTON..JCampron 9 PAULTAYLOWA e 9 DAN SEGEUFrom The Heart 9 DAVEKO0AOVe s On The Way 9 RONNE AWSDdDays/Od Ways 9 JAMES 6 BRAUWR.S VP 064 BONA FDE/X- Ray Hip 064 GEORGE BENSON/Medcine Man 064 JAZZMASTERS5nne 93 JEFF LORBERSoakebile 98 WSSM/St. Louis Bonneville (34) Waterman. Come Ars W TW ARTSTRTLE MARKET #9 3 4 KRKWHALUMNOwfl forever 3 3 KM WATERSnnThe room 3 3 DAVE KD/LOm s On The Way 3 3 RCHARD ELLOTAMro 3 3 RCK BRAUN/Kisses The Rain 6 3 RPPNGTONS/Caribbean &ene 3 BONAFOE/X -Ray Hip 3 STNG/SleWalks Tin Earth 0 3 JONATHANBUTLER/Forerer Tonight 3 YUEAPA4yin'Hgh MCHAELMCDONALDApen The Door SEAL/TNSCoud Be Heaven GARDEN PA Y/RBdiDenl Lose.. WG.SNUFFY WALDEN/Once And Again B GEORGEBENSONndniGre Man t JEFFLORBERSeakebne SADE/By Your Side 5 CHUCK LOTONOnh.SONh_. 4 JAZMASTERSShne l DARYLSTUERMEWTaklrglt All Tao. 0 STEVE COLEMaledalls 9 9 BETTE MDLER/LOVYTKO 9 9 CHELMUCCl/My GrlSunay CHRS BOTTW/hy Nol 9 ' DOWN TO THEBONE/he Zodiac DAVD BENOT/ ed Baron 6 BRANBROMBERGMeentless - i BOBJAMESMZSe le Roof JEFF KASHWAMyde Park... 6 SAJTANNEFarol WOOTH 06.5 G (0 KJCD/Oenver- Boulder Jefferson -Pilot (303) S. John. Curse 0 PUYS W TW MARKET #3 DENVER'S SMOOTH 4Al ARTST /TLE G(000 KRK WHALUMNOw T Forever GROVER WASHNGTON JEFF GOL UWE/roplop YULARAFya' High RCHARD ELLOT/Who? KM WATERS/n The Groove /Chameleon GEORGE BEN50NRAediline Man MCHAEL MCOONALD/Open The Door BONA FlOE/XRay Hlp STNG/She Walke This Earth STNG/Desert Rose MCHAEL MC00NALD/The Meaning Of Love SADEBy Your Side CHUCK LOE&Blue Kss NELSON RANGELUA n All JAZMASTERSadon Chimes DAN SEGE /From The Heart GARDEN PARTY/56i Dorrt L W e... JEFF KASHWAMyde Palk... V00000 DOGSMere We Go RONNE LAWSAO Days/Old Ways 44T4tASSERS5hine JAMES& BRAUNAR S VP DAVE KOZ/Love s On The Way BRAN BROMBERG/R lenhess MCHAEL LNGTON4wice n A Lifetime ST GERMANSure Thing RCK BRAUN/GSSes n The Rain JEFF LORBERSnakebite RCHARD ELLOTM0onlba WNWV/Cleveland Elyria- Lorain (440) Kimble. Cume 5,00 PUYS »n l ARTSTRTLE MARKET #4 RCHARD ELLOTAMO RCK BRAUN/Kisses n The Rain KM WATERS/n The Groove KRK W ALUMNawB Forever DAVEKOZ/Love s On The Way GEORGE BENSONAeorcine Man STNG/9e Walks This Earth SADE/By Your Side MCHAEL MCDONAL D/Open The Door JONATHNNBUTLER/Forever EDGE GROOVE BOm0O8 Juliet STEVE C 0430e POW On JEFFKASHWAMyde Park... ROGER SMTH/Off The Hook ERC ESSX/Rmny Niphl n... THE WAVE Tonight VAROUS ARTSTS'Pol Gel Around... CHUCK LOEBNo.. South.. RPPNGTONS/Caribbean Breeze NESTOR TORRESDoesnl Really.. JEFFGOLUBDmplap CHEL MNUCCLMy Girl Sunday PAULTAYLOR/Avenue YUWTA4yinHgh DAVD MANN/Stone Gnome BONA HDE/X -Ray His TM BOWMAN/Smile WARREN HLL/Love Lie MCHAEL LNGTORLSuWd MARC ANTONE/Palm Strings GROVERWASHNGTON../CNreleon 6 000) KKJZ/Porlland, OR nfinity (503) Miler/Baldwin/Shun. Cume 3,400 LW w MARKET #5 ARTSTmTLE al (000 KM WATERSn The Groove CAVE KOZ/Love s On The Way RCK BRAUNMSSes n The Rain BONAFDE/X- RayHip RCHARD ELLOTAVho DDOR6ankyou SADE/By Your Side ENYAAnlyime slng/s ewaus This Earth MCHAELMCDONALORhe Meaning Of Love GROVERWASHNGTON./Chameleon RPPNGTONSrtàribbean Breeze CHEL MNUCCENyGiSunday JAMES 8 BRAUN/9 S.V.P. JEFF LORBER/Sazkebite - MCHAEL LNGTON5unoel COUNT BASCANesWho? GEORGE BENSONNedietne Man CHUCK LOEBNorth, South.. JOE MCBRDE/Te,Oe Rhythm Club STEVE COLEWOtertalls 3 KRK WALUMNawil Forever - a PECES OF A DREANVR U Ready - a WAYMAN TSOALE/Can' Hide Love KSSJ/Sacramenlo Entercom (96) Williams. Cume 3,00 PUYS S 060 KRK WHAL#J Now Forever 00 GREGG KARUKASChasinp The Word 600 JEFFGOLU&Oroplop 600 BRANBROMBERGReenless 500 JEFF KASHWMyde Park JOYCE COOLNG/Coasting 400 BRANMCKNGHTNgm 400 SADE/Ry Your See 400 NATALE COLE/Angel On My Shoulder 300 MCHAEL MCDONALD/The Meaning Of Love 300 TON BRAXTONSpanish Guitar 300 JMBRCKMAWGory 00 GROVER WASHNGTON _/Charnelmn 00 DONENLEYRakirg You Horne 00 BRM CULBERTSOWl's Only You 00 RPPNGTONSCaribbmn Breeze 00 B0B BALDW N/Fandn' For.. 00 NORMAN CONNORS/RivNOl Love 00 FREDDE RAVEU9nny Side Up 000 EDCALLE/Spanish Rose 000 RCK BRAUNMSSesln The Rain 000 DAVE KOZAwe s On The Way 000 FOURPUY/Ooube Trouble 000 DANSEGELFrom The Heart 000 CHRS STANDRNGMipSway 000 JAYBECKENSENSunrse 000 KOMBOmp Of The Hal 900 JEFF LORBERSnmkebilo 900 BONAFDE/X -flay Hip 900 YUUWVOYNamah Shivaya 900 MARKET #30 KCY/Kansas City Entercom (93) TheQrY :>_ Wiersman/Chase. Came 48,500 PUYS W TW ARTSTRTLE RCHARD ELLOTANho? RCK BRAUN/Kisses n The Rain KM WATERS/n The Groove KRK WHALUMNOW if Forever DAVE K0/Love s On The Way GEORGE BENSON/Medicine Man MCHAEL MCDONALD/Open The Door JOE/ Wanna Know JONATHAN BUTLER/Forever Tonight BONAFDEM -Ray Hip STNG/She Walks This Earth SADE/By Your Side JEFF KASHWMryde Park... TM BOWMAWSmile JOE MCBRDE/Texas Rhythm Clua CHUCK LOEBNorth. South... RPPNGTXJ&Can0bean Breen! JEFF GOL U&Dra pia p JADAASTERS5hine OREL) MNUCCUMy Girl Sunday LARRYCARLTOWFrgerpms COUNT BASGWes Who? JEFFLORBERSnAmOAe YULARMMn'Hgh GREGG KARUKAS/CWtingTheWlnor GARDEN PARTY/Rildi Don't Lose... JAMES& BRAUWRS.V.P. CRAG CFAOU COAbe Carnival VAROUSARTSTGRAM onbog STEVE COLE /Got t Coin' On S (000) WJZ /Milwaukee Milwaukee (44) Moreau 4. Cume,00 PUYS MARKET #3 RCHARD ELLOTAMh DAVE KOLOve s On The Way GEORGE BENSON/Medicine Man RCK BRAUWKeses The Rain KMWATERS4n The room KRKWHALUMNSv, ll Forever COUNT BASC/Wes Who? GREGGKARUKAS/Clrzsing The Wind BONAFOEM -Ray Hip TM BOWMAN/Smile RFPNGTONSCaribbean JEFF Broom FREDDE RAVEL/Sunny Side Up SADE/By YOOr Side MCHAEL MCDONALD/Open The Door YULARA6yin' High MCHAEL UNGTONSunset DAVD MANWStone Groove CHUCKLOEBNOnh, South... KENNAVARRO/Defciaso STNG/She Walks This Earth JEFFGOLUBDraplap 0 0 JAMASTERSShine 0 JAMES& BRAUN/RSVP. 0 0 JONATHAN BUTLER/Forever Tonight a PECES OF ADREMB/R U Ready - e DOC POWELL/Brother To Brother el ( WJZA/Columbus, OH Scantland (64) Harman/Wolter 4 Cane 8, MARKET #34 FOURPUY/Douhle Trouble TM BOWMAN/Smile FUGE G R00VE/R omen & Juliet DAVE KOZ/Love s On The Way RPPNGTONS/CanDbean &ceze JEFF GOL UR/Tromp GEORGE BENSON/Medicine Man JONATHAN BUTLER/Forever Tonight PAUL CARRACKNJhere Would!Be BRENDA RUSSELL/Something About... BRAN MCKNGHTNJir. 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92 90 R &R March 3, 00 Rock Roch Roster The format's owners on display - ou already knew that owns the most stations, and the most Rock stations, in the country. According to the calculations here, the megacompany owns 38% of Rock outlets. f you were to factor in Alternative and Classic Rock (which haven't), the Rock umbrella is even larger. Cumulus falls in line with % of Rock stations; Citadel is next with 5%. Only Rock and Active Rock stations are included in this analysis. Stations in unrated markets are not listed due to space restrictions. Every effort was made to ensure accuracy, but if we made a mistake, we apologize in advance. Group owners are listed alphabetically, then stations are listed by market size within each group. The station's market rank is listed after each station. The information was collected from group owners, their websites or the online R &R Directory.. ABC Radio KXXR/Minneapolis American General Media KZOZ/San Luis Obispo, CA 69 Anaheim KCAL/Riverside Bahakel KLO /Colorado Springs KFMW/Waterloo, A Barnstable WTPT/Greerrville, SC Beasley 96 4 WCHZ/Augusta, GA 6 Belz WMFS/Memphis. Black Crow WRTT/Huntsville, AL Bostwick Broadcasting WXKE/Ft. Wayne, N 03 Bowers Broadcasting WCLG/Morgantown, WV 9 Citadel KBER/Salt Lake City KATT /Oklahoma City WKLQ/Grand Rapids WXBE- WXAR/Wilkes Barre WBSX/Wilkes Barre WAQX/Syracuse WQXA/Hamsburg WKQZ/Saginaw, M WAXK/New London, CT KSJO /San Francisco KEGUDallas -Ft. Worth KLOL/Houston- Galveston WKLS/Atlánta WZTAMiami KOZ/San Diego Two Dominant Males M 8-34 # in Jacksonville, FL 3. # in Augusta, GA 5. # in Savannah, GA 5.6 Soue: ARB Metro Shams Sum 00-F00 # in Chattanooga,TN 0.0 # in Gainesville, FL.5 Proven talk # in Greenville, NC 6.0 from CO RADO, NC. PETER WELPTON WXTB/Tampa WDVE/Pittsburgh KBP/Denver-Boulder WMMS/Cleveland WEBN/Cincinnati WHJY/Providence WJRR/Orlando WVBZ/Greensboro WNVE/Rochester, NY WTFX/Louisville WTUE/Dayton W RXL/Richmond WPYX/Albany, NY KMOD/Tulsa KRZR/Fresno WZZO/Allentown KZRR/Albuquerque KRQC/Omaha WYNF/Sarasota WOT/Toledo KRAB/Bakersfield WNCD/Youngstown, OH WKQQ/Lexington, KY WRXR/Chattanooga, TN WROV/Roanoke, VA WHEB/Portsmouth, NH WSTZ/Jackson, MS KKME/Modesto, CA WTKX/Pensacola, FL KOC/Beaumont, TX KNCN/Corpus Christi, TX KTUX/Shreveport, LA KXUS/Springfield, MO WAMX/Huntington, WV WQBZ/Macon, GA KLFX/Killeen, TX WOSC/Salisbury, MD WGBF/Evansville, N KBFX/Anchorage, AK KURQ/San Luis Obispo, CA WKGBBinghamton, NY KBZ/Lincoln, NE WVRK/Columbus, GA KFZX/Odessa, TX KFMX/Lubbock, TX WGR/Manchester, NH KATS/Yakima, WA KBRQ/Waco, TX KKRQ/Cedar Rapids, A KZMZ/Alexandria, LA KZZE/Medford, OR KXRX/Tri Cities, WA WMFM/Laurel, MS WTAO/Marion, L WEGW/Wheeling, WV KEYJ/Abilene, TX WPPT/Panama City, FL KSEZ/Sioux City, A WTOS/Augusta, ME KZCD/Lawton, OK KRVK/Casper, WY Cox WBAB/Nassau -Suffolk KSS/San Antonio WRLR/Birmingham KRTQ/Tulsa WPLR/New Haven, CT Cromwell WGLO/Peoria, L 4 Cumulus WRWK/Toledo 8 WRRX/Pensacola, FL 4 WRQK/Canton, OH 6 WRCO/Fayetteville, NC 9 KORB/Quad Cities, A-L 35 WWWX & WXWX/Appleton, W 36 KKEG/Fayetteville, AR 55 WRKR/Kalamazoo, M KDW/Topeka, KS KZRK/Amarillo, TX KRNA/Cedar Rapids, A WTAO/Marion, L WBBB/Raleigh Curtis Media Dame Broadcasting WQKK/Johnstown, PA 6 Dickey WNPLMashville Emerald City Radio KXFX/Santa Rosa, CA 4 Entercom WAAF/Bostoh KRXQ/Sacramento KQRC/Kansas City Entravision 8 30 KFRQ/McAllen-Brownsville 65 Equity Communications LP WZXUAtlantic City, NJ 40 Europa WPHD/Elmira, NY 04 Federated Media WBYR/Ft:Wayne, N 03 Ferrari KLAQ/E Paso 3 Gemini Broadcast Group WQCA/Hagerstown, MD-PA 64 Great Scott Broadcasting WZBH/Salisbury, MD 5 Greater Media WMMR/Philadelphia WRFlDetroit Hearst -Argyle WYY/Eaitimore 0 Hicks Broadcasting WRBR/South Bend, N 65 Holladay Broadcasting WKSM/Ft. Walton Beach, FL 08 nfinity WYSP/Philadelphia KUFO/PoRland WAZU/Columbus, OH WCMF/Rochester, NY Journal Broadcast Group KEZO/Omaha KCT/Wichita LBJ-S KLBJ/Austin 4 LM Communications WYBB/Charieston, SC Long Nine nc. WQLZ/Springfield, L.00 Lotus KOMP /Las Vegas KLPX<Tucson KDOT /Reno, NV Makkay Group Broadcasting 6 8 WPXC /Cape Cod, MA 83 Marlin WCCC/Hartford Meridian Broadcasting WRQC/Ft. Myers -Naples Mid Michigan Radio Group WJXQ/Lansing, M Mid -West Family WJJOMadison, W Milwaukee WLUMMiwaulaee 3 Morgan Murphy KHTO/Spokane Morris KCLB/Palm Springs; CA KWHUAnchorage, AK New Jersey Br WDHA/Morristown, NJ 00 Next Media WXQR & WANJ/Greenville, NC 83 WKZQ/Myrtle-Beach, SC 5 WRKT/Erie, PA 60 Northern Radio WKLT/Traverse City, M 98 North New Jersey WRAT/Monmouth-Ocean 49 North American WBZX/Columbus, OH 34- Ocean Broadcasting WRQRNVilmington, NC Pacific Broadcasting Group WXRC/Charlotte 3 RadioWorks WXRX/Rockford, L WKHY/Lafayette, N WQBK/Albany WWBN/Flint, M KFMF/Chico, CA Regent Results Radio KRQR/Chico, CA 95 Roberts Broadcasting nc. WMZKNVausau, W 6 Saga WLZR/Milwaukee WNOR/Norfolk WLZX/Springfield, MA KAZR/Des Moines KDKB/Phoenix KUPD/Phoenix Sandusky Triad Broadcasting WCPRBìloxi, MS 3 Triple A Entertainment, LLC WWCT/Peoria, L Univ. of Florida WRUF/Gainesville Wilks Broadcasting KZRQ/Springfield, MO 4 WKLC nc. WKLC/Charleston, WV 66 Woodward Communications WAPUAppleton, W 36 WZOR/Green Bay, W 85 TALK BACK TO R &R! Do you have questions, comments or feedback regarding this column or other issues? Phone: E -mail: Fax: Or post your comments now. Go to and click on Message Boards.

93 A TRACK FROM.. 3 4THE. comic FOR ADDS ON MARCH 9 WORLD NEEDS A HERO" EARLY ACTVE ROCK COMMTMENTS LNED UP FROM COAST-TO-COAST: WYS P WAAF KOZ KU PD V V R F K XX R VE.l R R W L Z R KEGL WXTR KSS KRXQ..,AND MANY MORE', ALBUM V STORES MAY S"! RECORD RELEASE PARTY TOUR STARTS APRL 8 VH'l "BEHND THE MUSC" DEBUTS MAY 3'. CONTACT SANCTUARY: NORTHEAST / JOHN BAMBNO MDWEST / JOHN KULAK WEST / STEPHANE PENSYL SOUTH / JORDAN ZUCKER RALEGH / MARK ROPER Produced by Dave Mustaine ant Co- Produced by Kill Mundy Management: Larry Mazer /Steve Wood for Entertaininent yery =res tin)huted s SANCTUARY RECORDS A Division of Salctuary Recods coup WWW. MEGADETH. corn

94 9 F, Rock Top 50 WEEK WEEK March 3, 00 ARTST TTLE MBEL(S) TOTAL +- GROSS MPRESSONS (00) WEEKS ON CHART TOTALSTATONS ADDS Most Added 3 e 4 O B p 6 8 s 9 0 ) AEROSMTH Jaded (Columbia) TANTRC Breakdown (Maverick) 3 DOORS DOWN Duck And Run (Republic /Universal) LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (DreamWorks) A. LEWS OF STAND W/F. DURST Outside (Rawless/Gefen4nterscope) FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) (Epic) BUCKCHERRY Ridin' (DreamWorks) 3 DOORS DOWN Loser (Republic /Universal) GODSMACK Awake (Republic /Universal) FUEL nnocent (Epic) /0 0/0 6/0 58/ 4/5 5/0 6/ 6/ 48/0 59/0 ARTSTTTLE LABELS) ADDS ECONOLNE CRUSH Make t Right (Restless) 8 STAND t's Been Awhile (Flip/Elektra/EEG) 8 AMERCAN PEARL f We Were Kings (Wind -up) 0 AC/DC Safe n New York City (EastWesUEEG) 8 TOADES Push The Hand (nterscope) 6 A. LEWS OF STAND W/F. DURST Outside (Rawless/Gellen/nterscope) 5 GODSMACK Greed (Republic /Universal) 5 DUST FOR LFE Seed (Wind -up) 5 SXTY WATT SHAMEN Roll The Stone (Spitfire) 4 WALLFLOWERS Letters From The Wasteland (nterscope) 3 CO OLEANDER Are You There? (Republic /Universal) /0 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Did t (RCA) /0 3 3 NCUBUS Drive (mmortal /Epic) /0 4 4 U Walk On (nterscope) /0 5 5 PRMUS W /OZZY N..B. (Divine /Priority) /0 6 ERC CLAPTON Superman nside (Duck/Reprise) / Breaker Breaker o e 38 4 LNKN PARK One Step Closer (Warner Bros.) CREED Are You Ready (Wind -up) SPACEHOG Want To Live (Artemis) A PERFECT CRCLE The Hollow (Virgin) TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) AC/DC Safe n New York City (EastWesUEEG) COLD No One (Flip /Geffen /nterscope) VAN ZANT Get What You Got Comin' (CMC /SRG) MONSTER MAGNET Heads Explode (A &M/nterscope) UNON UNDERGROUND Killing The Fly (Portrait/Columbia) SALVA Your Disease (sland /DJMG) GODSMACK Greed (Republic /Universal) OFFSPRNG Want You Bad (Columbia) DUST FOR LFE Seed (Wind -up) NOTHNGFACE Bleeder (TVT) DSTURBED Voices (Giant/Reprise) SKRAPE Waste (RCA) COLLECTVE SOUL Vent (Atlantic) SYSTEMATC Beginning Of The End (Music Company/Elektra /EEG) JOURNEY Higher Place (Columbia) TAPROOT (Velvet Hammer /Atlantic) /0 43/0 48/0 4/0 40/ 50/8 39/ 3/ 46/ 3/0 34/0 35/5 /0 33/5 /0 5/0 9/ 9/0 9/ 5/0 3/ Most ncreased P/ays TOTAL ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) PLAY NCREASE AC/DC Safe n New York City (EastWesUEEG) +45 GODSMACK Greed (Republic/Universal) +83 DUST FOR LFE Seed (Wind-up) +0 k LEWS OF STAND Wá. DURST Outside (RawlessGeffeMnterscope) +8 SYSTEMATC Beginning... (Music Company/Elektra/EEG) +3 WALLFLOWERS Letters From The Wasteland (nterscope) +3 TOADES Push The Hand (nterscope) +3 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) +55 MONSTER MAGNET Heads Explode (A &M/nterscope) DOORS DOWN Duck And Run ( Republic/Universal) /Debut> co as t /Debut> /Debut> m 3 50 DOUBLE TROUBLE Rock And Roll (Tone -Cool) WALLFLOWERS Letters From The Wasteland (nterscope) PAPA ROACH Between Angels And nsects (DreamWorks) LMP BZKT My Way (Flip /nterscope) GEDDY LEE Grace To Grace (Atlantic) STRAT UP F/LAJON OF SEVENDUST Angel's Son (mmortal/virgin) CREED Riders On The Storm (Elektra/EEG) NONPONT What A Day (MCA) SAMMY HAGAR Let Sally Drive (Cabo Wabo /Beyond) MARK SELBY She's Like Mercury (Vanguard) TOADES Push The Hand (nterscope) EVERCLEAR Out Of My Depth (Capitol) MATTHEW GOOD BAND Hello Time Bomb (Atlantic) /0 3/3 9/ 9/0 6/0 /0 9/0 /0 /0 9/ /6 0/ 8/0 Breakers AC/DC Safe n New York City (EastWest/EEG) TOTALPAYSNCREASE TOTALSTATONS'ADDS CHART 43/45 50/8 COLD No One (Flip/Geffen/nterscope) TOTALNCREASE TOTALSTATONSADDS CHART 4/8 39/ Rock reporters. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3 /- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 400 plays or more for the first time. Songs below No. 0 are moved to recurrent after 0 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitren Company). 00, R &R nc. Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported fo R &R by each reporting station. Songs unreported as adds do not count toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Plays lists the songs with the greatest week -to-week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. Need irfasf? No pobie! Custom Production - Callouts & Montages Digital, Clear, Consistent 50,000+ Song Library All Formats & nternational Titles On-Time Delivery - U N LMTE D --. W..Ní Amin Mw. H..k Smini FAX: (53) Old 63 South, #03 Columbia, MO For The Best Auditorium Test Hook Tapes Bernie Grice (53)

95 otal Rock March 3, Most Played Recurrents.,.:E=SPgi. R R&R/MEDABASE 4/ 3 DOORS DOWN Kryptonite (Republic /Universal) METALLCA Disappear (Hollywood) COLLECTVE SOUL Why Pt. (Atlantic) CREED With Arms Wide Open (Wind -up) CREED Higher (Wind-up) U Beautiful Day (nterscope) PAPA ROACH Last Resort (Dream Works) RED HOT CHL PEPPERS Otherside (Warner Bros.) METALLCA No Leaf Clover ( Elektra/EEG) A PERFECT CRCLE Judith (Virgin) RED HOT CHL PEPPERS Californication (Warner Bros.) STONE TEMPLE PLOTS Sour Girl (Atlantic) GODSMACK Voodoo (Republic/Universal) RED HOT CHL PEPPERS Scar Tissue (Warner Bros.) F00 FGHTERS Learn To Fly (Roswell/RCA) CREED What f (Wind-up) DSTURBED Stupify (Giant/Reprise) DUST FOR LFE Step nto The Light (Wind -up) U.P.O. Godless (Epic) GOOSMACK Keep Away (Republic/Universal)!el& WMMR /Philadelphia ROCKS! 3am BLLY SQUER n The Dark CREED With Arms Wide Open COLLECTVE SOUL December TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS Refugee WALLFLOWERS Letters From The Wasteland THN LZZY The Boys Are Back n Town DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Did t VAN HALEN When t's Love LENNY KRAVTZ American Woman PNK FLOYD On The Turning Away 3 DOORS DOWN Duck And Run DOORS L.A. Woman AC /DC Back n Black ilam AARON LEWS & FRED DURST Outside BON JOV Runaway PNK FLOYD Comfortably Numb SOUL ASYLUM Black Gold OZZY OSBOURNE Mama, 'm Coming Home METALLCA No Leaf Clover DEEP PURPLE Woman From Tokyo STONE TEMPLE PLOTS Dancing Days AEROSMTH Janie's GotA Gun 3 DOORS DOWN Duck And Run 4pm NCKELBACK Breathe k KXFX /Santa Rosa 3am METALLCA Hero Of The Day EVERCLEAR When t All Goes Wrong Again STRAT UP f /LAJON... Angel's Son JUDAS PREST Breaking The Law PEARL JAM Once SALVA Your Disease AT THE DRVE -N One Armed Scissor STEVE RAY VAUGHAN Pride And Joy RED HOT CHL PEPPERS Around The World NCUBUS Drive GODSMACKAwake SKRAPE Waste llam PNK FLOYD The Dygs Of War TESLA Love Song TANTRC Breakdown TED NUGENT Stranglehold TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS Mary Jane's Last Dance EVERCLEAR When t METALLCA One NCKELBACK Old Enough Goes Wrong Again RAMMSTEN Links 3 4 (Republic/Universal) Plays: 5, Total Stations:, Adds: OUR LADY PEACE Life (Columbia) otal Plays: 3, Total Stations: 3, Adds: 0 GARY MOORE Enough Of The Blues (CMC/SRG) Total Plays:, Total Stations: Adds: O SPNESHANK New Disease (Roadrunner) Total Plays: 0, Total Stations: 4, Adds: CRAZY TOWN Butterfly (Columbia) Total Plays: 0, Total Stations: 9, Adds: O New & Active RAGE... How Could Just Kill A Man (Epic) Total Plays: 94, Total Stations: 0, Adds:O COC Diablo Blvd. (Sanctuary/SRG) Total Plays: 9, Total Stations:, Adds: FLYBANGER Cavalry (Columbia) Total Plays: 90, Total Stations: 3, Adds: ORGY Opticon (Elementree /Reprise) Total Plays: 9, Total Stations:, Adds: O LVNG END Roll On (Reprise) Total Plays: 65, Total Stations: 0, Adds: STONE TEMPLE PLOTS Sour Girl TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS Here Comes My Girl NRVANA All Apologies LED ZEPPELN Misty Mountain Hop AARON LEWS & FRED DURST Outside BLLY SQUER My Kinda Lover RED HOT CHL PEPPERS Under The Bridge JM HENDRX Fire DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Did t VAN HALEN (Oh) Pretty Woman COLLECTVE SOUL The World Know BLACK SABBATH Paranoid U Beautiful Day 4pm ALCE N CHANS Them Bones ROLLNG STONES Bitch AARON LEWS & FRED DURST Outside LED ZEPPELN Ocean STONE TEMPLE PLOTS Plush AC /DC Back n Black BUCKCHERRYRidin' OMM t /DAVE GROHL Goodbye Lament SMASHNG PUMPKNS Zero STEVE RAY VAUGHAN The Sky s Crying Songs ranked by total plays Going For Adds 3//0 SLE OF Q Here And Gone (She's Free) (Universal) MEGADETH Moto Psycho (Sanctuary /SRG) SNOMATC Bloom (Rust/Atlantic) STAND ts Been Awhile (Flip /Elektra/EEG) VELOCTY Stay (Accelerator) 8pm AEROSMTH Love n A Elevator GREEN DAY Longview TOM PETTY& THEHEARTBREAKERSJammin'Me TOM PETTY& THE HEARTBREAKERS NeedToKnow TOMPEY& THEHEARTBREAKERSLeamingToRy TOM PETTY& THE HEARTBREAKERS So You Want.. TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS Breakdown TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS Listen To Her... TOM PETTY You Wreck Me TOM PETTY& THE HEARTBREAKERS American Gid TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS Even The Losers TOM PETTY Runnin' Down A Dream TOM PETTY& THE HEARTBREAKERS lnto The Great.. 8pm LNKN PARK One Step Closer ALCE N CHANS Get Born Again U.P.O. Godless FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) TESLA Heaven's Trail (No Way Out) BUCKCHERRYLit Up TAPROOT DUST FOR LFE Step nto The Light TOOL Aenema PEARL JAM Jeremy Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: A, Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks.Tuned -n is based on sample hours taken from Monday3 /. 00, R &R nc.

96 94 R &R March 3, 00 Rock Playlists KSJO/San Francisco (408) Cu nnioghemberg + Cume 535, ARTSTRTLE FUFMemon hag e... GODSMACKAwake PRMUS W/OZZYM.EB. OLEANDER/Are You There? LNKN PARK/One Step Closer LEWS W/DURST/CutSide LFEHOUSF/Halgimg By A Moment 3 DOORS DOWNNutlr And Run GODSMACK/Greed GEDDY LEE/Grace To race PAPA ROACH4lelwæn Anges_. A PERFECT CRCLERre Hollow STRATUM FAAJON.. /Angel's Son SALVA/Your Disease SYSTEMATC/Beginning M The EM GODSMACKMMaleve 3 DOORS DOWNMr}glon0e BUCKCHERRVMider FUEMnacent NCUBUSNme PAPA ROACH/Last Resod LMP BZKT/My Way NCKEL BACK/Old Enough STANDMUdsho.H GODSMACKMeep AVmy MONSTER MAGNETMeads Explode RAGE AGANST../How Could Just. A PER FEC ClAC LE/J, T T RAGE AGANST./Guerrila Rada MARLYN MANSON/Dsposable Teens WOVE/Pittsburgh (4) Moschitla/Price/Poner + Cume 356,50 LW W 3 DOORS DOWNOose LFEHOUSE/Hanging By A Moment TRAN/Drops O)Jupóer_. FUEL/Hemorrhage.. 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Tommy Lang PO: Chris Ryder WALLFLDNFBS"LeOers PD: Jonas Hunter U.Sï FOR LFE "Seed` MD: Serine Scott AC/DC-Safe' MD: Corey Stone STANDWehe 6 LFEHGUSEHerging" DUT FOR LFE "Seed` 4 VAST'Arythag" LEWiSWAURSrrodsde WHJY/Providence, R ' WYBB /Charleston, SC PD: Joe Bevilacqua KMOD/Tulsa, OK " PO: Mike Allen APO: Doug Palmieri PDMO: Rob Hurt APD: Ted Gneler MD: John Leureml KFRO/McAllen, TX' LEWSWDURST'OSLSioè SAND- A*Axle" PD: Alex Duran GCDSMACK'Greed" 3)00RS DOWN ' oser' AUERCAN PEARL iflogs' MD: Keith West SANWAf SHAMAN "Stone' STAND'Awhie' WAROWERS'Lmers' ECCNOL \ECFuSH'Nake" WKLC /Charleston, WV PD/MD: Mike Rappaport WLUM/M ilwaukee, W' STANS-Whir OUST FOR LFE "Satre AMERCAN PFAAL "Kngs` PD/MD: Randy Hawke ECONOL[NE CRUSH "MA" AMERCAN PEARL'Kngs' STANS kkohlz' WBBB/Raleigh- Durham, NC' OM: AMA Meyer FMFRCLEAA "LAD" GREEN DAYERSeg" WMZK/Wausau, W P3/MD: Nick Summers WALLFLOWERS '. alters' DCSTFORLFE"SeAd"lee' DUSTFOR LFE `$ " WRXLBichmond, VA' PD: John Lassmen PA' WXBE/Wilkes Barre, - WEBN/Cincinnati, OH WCLG/Morgantown, WV MD: Casey Kmkownid PO: Chris Lloyd PD: Jeff Miller ECONOLNECR'USH'Make MD: Dave Sparks OM: Scott Reinhart MD: Dave Murdock NoSds STAND "Awlvlè PD: Michael Walter ECONDLNE CRUSH 'Make MD: Bob Garrett SKRAPE'VJsie 5 SNOMATC- Bborn- STANS- Awhie 3 STAND "Awhle TOSSES 'H:rJ' KCAL/Riverside, CA' WRQR/Wilmington, MD: Breve Hoffman *= Mediabase 4/ monitored MD: MJ. Matthews PAPA ROACH "Between' NC OM: John Stevens APD/MD: Gregg Stepp AMER :C0 PEARL "Kings" ', WOBK/Albany, NY' PDAD: Dave HU 0 STAAD -Avh le ' 3 BOYHiTS CAR'Cbud' STEREDMUDPoe EWNOLNE CRUSH'Nake` TOADES -Hare KZRK/Amarillo, TX PD: Eric Slayter APOMD: J. Cunt/ 5 STAND-AAA" 5 At UDVAYNE "Dg" ECONOJNE CRUSH 'Make J(JSTFORLFE'Seed" WWWX- WXWX/A PP letan- Green Bay, W PD: Keith HuoHri MD: AJ sra\d -Av we" ECONOLNE CRUSH 'Make" RAMSTENi..ris' WCHZ/Augusta, GA 0M: Harley Drew PDMD: Chuck Williams G0CQMAD(Greed' STAN) "Avkie SYSEMADC "Brit' KRABBakersfield, CA' OM: Chris Squires PD/PAD: Denny Spanks 39 O:FANDER'Are' WYYBaltimore,MD' PD: Rick Strauss APD/MD: Rob Heckman STAND "AvfiM" COMMACK-Greed' ECONDUNE DASH 'Mahè WCPRBioxl- Gulfport, MS OM: Kenny Vest PD: Wayne Watkins APD/MD: Scot Fox AMEgiCAJ PEML'grgY CL X.CH "P:r HTECA9 WRLR/Birmingham, AL' PD: Brady APD/MO: Dave Clapper 3 STANC'ADae- GODSMA.C(`Greto" MUDVAYNE'Oq' WAAF/Boston, MA PD: Dave Douglas MD: John 06tedlnd j AENAMFMM'Mmies" ii soä` STATC-Mot" rá ECONOUNE CRUSH-Make' s s EMAnct d` WXRC /Charlotte, NC PD: Ron Bowen MD: Anthony Michaels MdDVAYNE'Dg" AMERiCAA KARL 'WV STAND'Awhle` ECONOLNE CRUST Make WRXR/Chattanoo g a, TN ` PD: soon Hamilton MD: Jill Jackson 4 STAND"Awhde' KFMF/Chico, CA PD: Marty Griffin MD: Tint Buc Moore ECONOLNECRUSH-Make' M_DVA NE D KLO/Colorado Springs, CO P0: floss Ford APD: Matt Gentry MD: Hill Jordan 6 ECONOUNE CRUSH "Make' 4 STAND'Ahsle WAZU/Columbus, OH ' OM: Charley Lake PD/MD: Joe Pasternak ScDSMACH3a,L audvarne "Dg ECONOJNECAL5HMakè WBZX/Columbus, OH ' PD: Hal Fish APD/MD: Ronni Hunter No^dce Active Rock KAZR/Des Moines, A " PD: Sean Elliott E SOS SO "'table' ECCNOLNECRUSH "Make' WRF/Detroit, M OM: Doug APD/MD: Troy Hanson T LFEHOUSE-Hangin0 ECONOLNE CRUSH "Make" WGBF/Evansville, N OM: Mike Sanders PD: Tumer Watson MD: Fatboy SAND"Awhile' AMERCAN PEARL 'Abs" WRCQ/Fayetteville, NC ` POND: Sydney Scott STNND'AwNe- EC(N'JLNE CRUSH 'Nakè' WWBN/Flint, M PD: Brian Beddow MD: CHT Walker AODC'Ste" KRZR/Fresno, CA' OM: E. Curtis Johnson ECONOLNE CRUSH 'Nnka' STAND 'Awhile" 0MJimt.Wayne,N' OM: Jim Fox MD: Shannon Norris 4 STAND "Arbre" STEREOMLDPaM' WRUFiGaElesville- Ocala, FL PD: Harty Guscott MD: Ryan Nan, STA'`A- Awhie' WKLO/Grand Rapids, M' OM: Tony Gates APDRMD: Made Feure Naas WXQR/Greenville, NC POND: Brian Rickman ' STEREOMJD "Pain' roadesliand' DOWNER "Last" ECONOUNECRUSH `Ma e'. WTPT/Greenvllle, SC' PO: ZekkTyler MD: Taylor TAPROD" TOADESiNnd' JVNG ENO 'Roc WQXA/Harrisburg, PA' PD: Claudine Delorenzo MD: Nixon 5 STA \0'Awhik' ECONOLNE E CAiSH "hak WCCC/Hartford, CT' PD: Michael Pico APD/MD: Mike Kardyi STAND"AVfiik' ECONOUNECRUSH "Make" WAMX/Huntin ton, WV pplmd: Paui Os gluntl S STASD'Awhk" [XN'/LNECRUSH-Male C'UTC" KQRC/Kansas City, MO ` PD: Vince Richards APDAD: Don Janken STANO'AMliie' ECDNOLNECRSH'.4Me" KLFX/Killeen- Temple, TX POND: Bob Fonda ECONOLNE CRUSH -Make` TOADES 'Hand' ADDC -Safe" BOY HTS CAR `CloW- RAMMSTEN lints' WJXQ/Lansing, M' OM: Bob Olson MD: Kevin Conrad STAND'Awhik AMERCAN PEARL'Mngs' WJJO/Madison, W ' OM: Glen Gardner APD/MD: Blake Patton 4 BOY HTS CAR 'Ooud" 4 STAND "Awhk` STERECMUD "Pair- WMFS/Memphis, TN PD: Rob Creasman MD: Mike Killebrew 4 STANO'AwSÌie' ECONCLNE CRUSH 'Make" AMERCAN HAR -Kings' WZTA/Miami, FL' OM: Gregg Steele APD: Lee Daniels MD: Kimbe STAND -Awkle WLZR/MRWaGkee, W ` Keith Hastings MD: Marilynn Mee CREE'Faceiesi' m 3 DOORS GOWN "A" 4 STAND'Awhe" MUOVAYNE'DQ' LMPBZKnryN'ry' KXXR/Minneapolis, MN ' 0M: Dave Hamilton PD: Wade Under APOMD: Ryan Castle Sr JNO "Awhie- 6 DMA PARK "Cwkn' LVNG END "Rot" AGO Safe" TOADES :Hand' GLTCH"Purè WRAT/MonmouthOcean, NJ' PO: Cart Craft APOMD: Robyn Lane a STAND"Awhæ" ECONOLNECRU5"MaM" WKZO/Myrtte Beach, SC OM: Eric He APDMD: Summer James 3 ECONOLNE CRUSH VAS' WNPLMashville, TN PD/MD: Derek Myers STAND"Awhlle' DUST roe LFE'Seed ENCLNE CAUSH -Mlle =' WNOR/Notolk, VA' PD: Harvey Kikan APD/MD: Tim Parka 4 SAN0'Awhil ' ECONOUNECRUSH'MaM` KRQC/Omaha, NE PD: Tim Sheridan MD: Jon Terry 4 STANG "Awhk- ECONOLNE CRUSH stake' TOADES -Had' D'USTFOR LFE 'Seed" RY8AGEA'Gualry' WJRR/Orlando, FL' POND: Pat Lynch STAim'Av ECONOLNE CRLlSH'Make' WTO(/Pensacota, FL' Dr/Prog: Joel Sampson APD/MO: Mark "The Shark" Dyba N Acs WYSP/Philadelphia, PA ' OM: Tim Sabean PD: Neal Mirsky MD: Nancy Palumbo STAND "A'M:ae' SALVA Dv sv KDPD/PhoeniX, AZ ` PD: J.J. Jeffries MD: Larry McFeelie SJER 6 M UO"Pein' i MUDJAYNE'Dg" KUFO/Portland, OR OM: Dave Numme APD/AD: Al Scott 9 STAND'Arnde' KORB /Quad Cities, A -L OM: Steve Gunner PDAD: Rick Themes 8 SrANC "Awhile' RYLNNGER "Cawln AODC`Sa'è E CONDONE CRUSH 'Maka KDOT/Reno, NV' PD: Jave Patterson MO: Marina Doyle 3 STAND'Awhie' MONSTER MAGNET "Hues' ADM 'Sale" WNVEBOChester, NY' PDM0: Erick Anderson Frog. Asst.: Dem Jones Prog. Asst: Brad Eakins STAND "Awhile" SYSTEMATC 'EM- KRXO/Sacramento, CA ' Stn. Mgr.: Curtiss Johnson PD: Pat Martin MD: Paul Marshall 6 STAND'Awtrt" MOANNG POOL "Bibles" KSS/San Antonio, TX' OM: Virgil Thompson PD: Kevin Vargas MD: CJ. Cn*D STAt' Awhi k" KOZ/Sao Diego, Dlrm Jim Richards PD: Shaun Moran APDRAD. Shanon Leda ASCOYN'LUè snneshann'kew" WRBRBoulii Bend, N PD/MD: Mark McGill AMERCAN PüR'KOgs' STA áw* *= Mediabase 4,x monitored te sh MaMè KHTO/Spokane, WA ' OM: Brew Michaels PD: Ken Richards MD: catty Bennett ECONOLNECR'USH'Make" STAND -AWhe" DUSr FOR UFE'Seed- WOLZ/Springfield, L PDAD: Rocky FNen OUST FOR LFE "Seed' ECONOLNECRUSH"MaMe- WLZX/Springfield, MA PD: Scott Laudon) MD: Trivia 5 STAND "Awtke" ÇOADESTtard" ECONOLNE CRUSH "Make" CLUECH "Pure' DUSFCRLFESeed' KZRQ/Spnnglield, MO OM: Dave DeFrenzo MD: George Spankmeister ECONOLNECRUSH "Maw' SXTY WATT StAMNN'SON" STAND'Awhe' WNG ENO "Rol' WXTB/Tampa, FL OM: Brad Hardin MD: Brian Biller STAND -Awhk" ECDYCLNECPUSH'Mas' WRWK/Toledo, OH PD. Chris Ammel MD Murphy F' lj P. - YF.._ KRTO/Tulsa, OK ' PD: Chris Kelly APD: cane NCUBUS-Drive" KCT/Wichita, KS' PD: Jules Riley MD: R. Davis MONSTER MAGNET `Heads' ECONOLNECR'USH:Make" SAND'Awnìle " Total Reporters Current Reporters 6 Current Playlists WROVAìoamlletynrdüsg, VA' Mo: H ECONOLNE CRUSH "Make TAPROOT'!" KATS/Yaktma, WA PD/MD: Ron Harris MUDVAYNE 'tig' AMERCA PEARL-Kings" Reported Frozen Playlist (): MONSTER MAGNET sand`avae" 'HemLC WRKT/Erie, PA GODSMAO('Gree WRTT/Huntsville,AL Did Not Report, Playlist Frozen (): WCMF/Rochesier, NY' WNCD/Youngstown, OH PD: Chris Patrick WVRK/Columbus,GA PD: John McCree MD: Dan Nardela MD: Dave Kane CODSMACK "Greed" WGLO/Peoria,L No Adis ERC DAFTcE S -No-n KEGL,/Dallas -Ft. Worth, TX' PD: Greg Stevens APD: Chris Ryan MD: Cindy Scull 3 OAOWhNG FOOL 'Bodes" MUOW.4 FOO ST ano'awhn` KBP/Denver- Boulder, CO ' P0: Bob Richards APD/MD: Willie B. STAVO`Awhie' CU.'CY.'Puré' KBZ,Lincoln, NE p0: E J. Clarshall Co-MD. Sparky Co-MD: Samantha Knight AOCC"Sa'e ECONOJNECRUSH`Mke DUSTFORLFESeee KFMXA.ubhock, TX 0M: W. Newmann ECONOUNE CRUSH 'Make" MARLYN MANSON light" UNLOCO'Faæ' 68Total Reporters 68 Current Reporters 66 Current Playlists Did Not Report, Playlist Frozen (): WGR/Manchester, NH WZBH/Salisbury,DE

98 0 Want Did 96 LAST WEEK THS WEEK Active Rock Top 50 March 3, 00 ARTST TTLE LlBEEL(ôi TOTAL +/- GROSS MPRESSONS 00 WEEKS ON CHART TOTALSTATONS, A. LEWS OF STAND W/F. DURST Outside (Flawless/Geffen/nterscope) /0 3 0 TANTRC Breakdown (Maverick) /0 LNKN PARK One Step Closer (Warner Bros.) / DOORS DOWN Duck And Run (Republic/Universal) /0 4 3 GODSMACK Awake (Republic/Universal) /0 6 0 DSTURBED Voices (Giant/Reprise) /0 8 0 OLEANDER Are You There? (Republic /Universal) / 8 LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (Dream Works) / 9 9 NCUBUS Drive (mmortal /Epic) / m FUEL nnocent (Epic) /0 D A PERFECT CRCLE The Hollow (Virgin) /0 3 a LMP BZKT My Way (Flip /nterscope) / 0 3 UNON UNDERGROUND Killing The Fly (Portrait/Columbia) /0 5 0 BUCKCHERRY Ridin' (Dream Works) /0 6 SALVA Your Disease (sland /DJMG) / 4 :c AEROSMTH Jaded (Columbia) /0 m PAPA ROACH Between Angels And nsects (Dream Works) /0 8 0 COLD No One (Flip/Geffen/nterscope) / 9 m FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) (Epic) /0 0. CRAZY TOWN Butterfly (Columbia) /0 3 NONPONT What A Day (MCA) /0 OFFSPRNG Want You Bad (Columbia) /0 4 SPNESHANK New Disease (Roadrunner) / Breaker m GODSMACK Greed (Republic /Universal) /4 5 SKRAPE Waste (RCA) /0 SPACEHOG To Live (Artemis) /0 a 8 MONSTER MAGNET Heads Explode (A &M/nterscope) / 34 m SYSTEMATC Beginning Of The End (Music Company /Elektra/EEG) /3 5 9 NOTHNGFACE Bleeder (TVT) /0 6 ó DEFTONES Digital Bath (Maverick) / RAGE AGANST THE MACHNE Renegades Of Funk (Epic) /0 3 3 ORGY Opticon (Elementree/Reprise) /0 as a TAPROOT (Velvet Hammer /Atlantic) / RAGE AGANST THE MACHNE How Could Just Kill A Man (Epic) /0 a 38 MUDVAYNE Dig (No Name /Epic) /8 m DAVE MATTHEWS BAND t (RCA) /0 (HED) PLANET EARTH Killing Time (Volcano /Jive) /0 m FLYBANGER Cavalry (Columbia) / e DUST FOR LFE Seed (Wind -up) / 39 4C MARLYN MANSON Fight Song (Nothing /nterscope) / 'Debut> a TOADES Push The Hand (nterscope) / 4 m RAMMSTEN Links 3 4 (Republic /Universal) / /Debut> G) AC /DC Safe n New York City (EastWest/EEG) /6 Debut> m STAND t's Been Awhile (Flip, /Elektra/EEG) / U Walk On (nterscope) / ALEN ANT FARM Movies (Dream Works) / 40 4 OUR LADY PEACE Life (Columbia) / DOWNER Last Time (Roadrunner) / Debut> a AUNT FLOSSE For You For Me (Crown) /0 /Debut> m LVNG END Roll On (Reprise) /3 68 Active Rock reporters. Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. f two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 600 plays or more for the first time. Songs below No. 0 are moved to recurrent after 0 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 00, The Arbitron Company). 00, R &R nc. ADDS ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) Most Added ADDS STAND t's Been Awhile (Flip/Elektra/EEG) 48 ECONOLNE CRUSH Make t Right (Restless) 3 MUDVAYNE Dig (No Name /Epic) 8 DUST FOR LFE Seed (Wind -up) TOADES Push The Hand (nterscope) AC /DC Safe n New York City (EastWesVEEG) 6 AMERCAN PEARL f We Were Kings (Wind -up) 6 CLUTCH Pure Rock Fury (Atlantic) 5 STEREOMUD Pain (Columbia) 5 GODSMACK Greed (Republic /Universal) 4 BOY HTS CAR 'm A Cloud (Wind-up) 4 EVERCLEAR "Out Of My Depth" On: WLZR, WRF, WEBN, WMMR, WMFS, KUFO On Tour With Matchbox 0 Most ncreased Plays TOTAL ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) PLAY NCREASE GODSMACK Greed (Republic /Universal) +5 STAND t's Been Awhile (Flip /Elektra/EEG) +8 SYSTEMATC Beginning.. (Music Company/ElektraFEG) +63 AC /DC Safe n New York City (EastWesVEEG) +08 TOADES Push The Hand (nterscope) +99 DUST FOR LFE Seed (Wind -up) +8 NONPONT What A Day (MCA) + OLEANDER Are You There? (Republic /Universal) +69 LNKN PARK Crawling (Warner Bros.) +69 RAMMSTEN Links 3 4 (Republic /Universal) +63 TDTALPtAYSNCREASE Breakers GODSMACK Greed (RepublicNniversal) TOTALSTATONS'ADDS 658/5 6/4 CHART Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported to R &R by each reporting station. Songs unreported as adds do not court toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Plays lists the songs with the greatest week -to -week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. LDCÏT ON OVER 5 STATONS NCLUDNG: # MOST ADDED ROCK MOST ADDED ACTVE ROCK!!!! F WAAF WYY Wl(TB KQRC WLR WLUM VALU KBER OR WXRC WJRR ROMP WNPL WCCC WHG WMFS WRAT

99 Mike Peer - WXRK -Staind delivered BG!!!!" Scott Jameson - WRZX PD `Song of the year" Oedipus - WBCN PD `Thus far, the song of the year" Mike Karolyi -WCCC MD `Save your # slot on your year -end countdown for Stain«" ardin -WXTB PD -HE PREMERE SNGLE FROM THE HC H=:"..-.., \T T -r -n. NFA ALBUM BREAK THE CYCLE \ -UP TO THER FL,\TNUN''[ BU_ DYSFUNCTON N STORES _MAS" 8 put t s Been A. pile' str ht into power, which is something never do Robert Benjamin -WHFS PD "We have been fans of Staind since the last century. t's exciting to have them come through with such a breakthrough song" tcouldn t Wait: WXRK WAAF WXTB WKQX WBCN KUPD WCCC KTS 99X WLZR KROQ KRXQ KNDD WYSP and many more... Pat Lynch -WJRR PD "This is a smash! This has to be the most highly anticipated CC of the year" *bit _ STUDO VERSON OF OUTSDE, THE H ER. F.: `r VALUES OU? 99 LVE /AEU'..! BY JOSH ABRAHAM MXED 3Y AND -.FAD DURST AND DJ LET} EXECUTVE PRODUCER: JORDAN SCHUR EXC US: NA, ` 3Y THE FRM, LOS ANGELT WSTA : D.COM

100 98 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) A C t%ve Rock March 3, 00 Breakers. Tep 30 AARON LEWS... Outside (Flawless /Geffen /nterscope) LNKN PARK One Step Closer(Warner Bros.) 3 3 NCUBUS Drive(mmortal /Epic) 5 4 GODSMACK Awake(Republic /Universal) 4 5 CRAZY TOWN Buttertly(Columbia) 6 Q LMP BZKT My Way(Flip /nterscope) 0 TANTRC Breakdown(Maverick) 8 0 DSTURBED Voices(GianUReprise) 3 0 LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment(DreamWorks) Q 3 DOORS DOWN Duck And Run(Republic /Universal) 9 FUEL nnocent(epic) 0 OLEANDER Are You There?(Republic /Universal) 4 3 A PERFECT CRCLE The Hollow(Virgin) 4 FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands)(Epic) 6 MOBY F /GWEN STEFAN Southside(V) RAGE AGANST THE MACHNE Renegades Of Funk(Epic) 69 a COLD No One(Flip /Geffen/nterscope) PAPA ROACH Between Angels And nsects(dreamworks) SALVA Your Disease(sland/DJMG) UNON UNDERGROUND Killing The Fly(PortraitColumbia) 498 COLDPLAY Yellow(Nettwerk /Capitol) 8 NONPONT What A Day(MCA) a NEW FOUND GLORY Hit Or Miss...(Drive -Thru/MCA) 6 m AMERCAN H -F Flavor Of The Weak(lsland /DJMG) -e LNKN PARK Crawling(Warner Bros.) 5 6 OFFSPRNG Want You Bad(Columbia) 3 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Did t(rca) 4 8 ORGY Opticon(Elementree /Reprise) 9 m RAGE AGANST THE MACHNE How Could Just... (Epic) 30 DEFTONES Digital Bath(Maverick) WQBK/Albany, NY KTEG/Albuquerque WNNX/Atlanta KROX/Austin WRAX/Birmingham WRLR/Birmingham WAAF/Boston WBCN/Boston E TOTAL - TOTAL STATONSÍ iw LW ADOS Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. 50 Breakers reporters. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week Sunday 3/- Saturday 3/. 00, R &R nc. WKOX/Chicago KLO/Colorado Springs WBZX/Columbus, OH KDGE/Dallas KBP/Denver WKLO/Grand Rapids WTPT/Greenville, SC WQXA/Harrisburg WCCC/Hartford Contributing Stations KTBZ /Houston -Galveston WRZX /ndianapolis WNFZ /Knoxville KXTE /Las Vegas KROQ /Los Angeles WJJO /Madison WMFS /Memphis WZTA /Miami KXXR /Minneapolis KKND /New Orleans WXRK /New York WNOR /Norfolk WJRR /Orlando WYSP /Philadelphia KEDJ /Phoenix KUPD /Phoenix WXDX/Pitts burg h 48 KUFO /Portland, OR WBRU /Providence KRXQ /Sacramento KXRK/Salt Lake City KSS /San Antonio KTS /San Francisco KNDD /Seattle KFNK /Seattle KPNT /St. Louis WXTB/Tampa KFMA/Tucson KMYZ/Tulsa KRTQ/Tulsa WHFS/Washington, DC WWDC/Washington, DC KCT/Wichita Most Played Recurrents...A. PAPA ROACH Last Resort (DreamWorks) DSTURBED Stupify (Giant/ "Reprise) 3 DOORS DOWN Loser (Republic /Universal) PRMUS W /OZZY N..R. (Divine /Priority) A PERFECT CRCLE Judith (Virgin) LMP BZKT Rollin' (Flip /nterscope) NCUBUS Pardon Me (mmortal/epic) METALLCA Disappear (Hollywood) CREED Are You Ready (Wind -up) 3 DOORS DOWN Kryptonite (Republic /Universal) 49/0 49/0 45/ 46/0 43/0 46/0 44/0 46/0 34/0 36/0 46/0 45/0 46/0 46/0 3/0 3/0 4/ 44/ 45/ 3/0 4/0 34/ /0 5/0 /3 33/0 6/0 3/0 36/0 33/0 WRF/Detroit ilam VAN HALEN Where Have All The Good... COLLECTVE SOUL The World Know PNKFLOYD Brain Damage/Eclipse U Beautiful Day AEROSMTH Dude (Looks Like A Lady) PEARL JAM Black (Live) GODSMACK Awake JM HENDRX Stone Free 4pm STEVE RAY VAUGHAN Pride And Joy ALCE N CHANS Rooster RUSH Subdivisions U Beautiful Day PNKFLOYD Run Like Hell SEVEN MARY THREE Cumbersome 3 DOORS DOWN Loser JM HENDRX Fire LENNYKRAVTZFyAway 8pm NAZARETH Hair Of The Dog GRAND THEFT AUDO Stoopid Ass MEGADETH Moto Psycho LVNG COLOUR Cult Of Personality GODSMACK Awake LED ZEPPELN Houses Of The Holy A PERFECT CRCLE The Hollow DO Last n Line 3 DOORS DOWN Duck And Run NRVANA Smells Like Teen Spirit AEROSMTH The Other Side K &H/MtUTAHASt 4/ WXRC/Charlotte am AC/DC Who Made Who CREED With Arms Wide Open BUSH Everything Zen TED NUGENT Free For All STRAT UP /LAJON... Angel's Son BLACK CROWES Hard To Handle QUEENSRYCHEAnother Rainy Night COLLECTVE SOUL Heavy BONHAM Wait For You 4pm PNKFLOYD Young Lust STONE TEMPLE PLOTS Vasoline SKD ROW Remember You METALLCA Enter Sandman F00 FGHTERS Learn To Fly STRAT UP /LAON... Angel's Son OZZY OSBOURNE Crazy Train MGHTY JOE PLUM Live Through This POSON Every Rose Has ts Thorn KD ROCK Cowboy SOUNGARDEN Spoonman COLD No One 8pm VAN HALEN And The Cradle Will Rock STRAT UP f/lajon... Angel's Son TOOL Prison Sex CREED What f COLD No One KSS Detroit Rock City DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Did t WHTE ZOMBE Thunder Kiss '65 SKD ROW 8 And Life GREEN DAY Brain Stew GREEN DAY Jaded UNON UNDERGROUND Killing The Fly AARON LEWS & FRED DURST Outside OFFSPRNG Gone Away Monitored airplay data supplied by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks.Tuned -n is based on sample hours taken from Monday 3/. 00, R&P nc. TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) Total Plays: 05, Total Stations: 8, Adds:O EVERCLEAR Out Of My Depth (Capitol) Total Plays: 9, Total Stations: 0, Adds: 0 CLUTCH Pure Rock Fury (Atlantic) Total Plays: 93, Total Stations: 5, Adds: 5 GODHEAD The Reckoning (Posthuman/Priority) Total Plays: 63, Total Stations:, Adds: 0 Cí FACTORY 8 Nanu (Mojo /Universal) Total Plays: 6, Total Stations: 8, Adds: O ECONOLNE CRUSH Make t Right (Restless) Total Plays:46, Total Stations:4, Adds: 3 STEREOMUD Pain (Columbia) Total Plays: 45, Total Stations:, Adds: 5 Songs ranked by total plays ACTVE ROCK Going For Adds 3//0 CHRONC FUTURE The Majik (Beyond) SLE OF Q Here And Gone (She's Free) (Universal) MEGADETH Moto Psycho (Sanctuary/SRG) SNOMATC Bloom (Rust/Atlantic) STAND t's Been Awhile (Flip /Elektra/EEG) VELOCTY Stay (Accelerator) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music:

101 Active Rock Playlists March 3, 00 R &R 99 FND COMPLETE PLAYLSTS FOR ALL ACTVE ROCK REPORTERS ON R &R ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG WYSP/Philadelphia nfinity (5) Mrsky/Palumbo. Cume 859, ARTSTRTLE GOOSMMCWAyake APERFECT CRCLE/Judith LEWS W/DURST/Outside AEROSATWJad SLE OF Oblag Of Tricks LFE HOUS EMa ngin9 By A Moment LNKN PARK/One Step Closer TANTRCBreakdown BUp(CHERRYSlidio FUEL/nnocent DOWNDCk And Run NCUBUS/Drive STRAT UPFAAJ0N.. /Angers Son UMkOn EVERLAST, Cari Moye FOO FGHTERS/Learn To Fly LMP BZKT/My Way STONE TEMPLE PLOTS/No Way Out PEARLJAMAight Years RED HOT CHL.. /Scar issue 3D00RS DOWN/Kryptonite AClUC/Sale n New York.. KD ROCK/Cowboy METALLCA Disappear PAPA ROACH/Broken Ho me PEARLJAM/Nothing As lt Seems DEFTONESDigal Bath DSTURBED/VoCes LMP 8KT/Re-Arranged PAPA ROACH /Between Angels WYSP TNT AA/ STATON G (000) KEGLJDallas -Ft. Worth (9) Steyens/Ryan/Scuil. 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102 UM R&R Mdrdl %s, 00 Rock Here's Mud n Yer Ear! Religion and science often argue about whether mankind was born of Adam and Eve or if we all crawled out of the mud. With bands, such weighty debates aren't really relevant: Young groups constantly sink into the tar pits, only to come slithering out with new appendages. Evolving from the remnants of Life Of Agony and Stuck Mojo, Stereomud are now walking upright with their debut, Perfect Self. Stereomud began to take shape when drummer Dan Richardson and guitarist Joey Z. realized that there was life after Agony and hooked up with former Stuck Mojo bassist Corey Lowery (brother of Sevendust guitarist Clint Lowery). After guitarist John Fattoruso was recruited, the search for the perfect pipes was on. The New York -based band found them in Mojo's old stomping ground of Atlanta, where vocalist Erik Rogers had earned a reputation as a solid frontman. Splitting their time between the two cities, Stereomud worked together for a year before playing live so that MJ Pile Driver Various Corey Natko Aerosmih'Jaded- LinkilPark"Crawlinp' Rage Against The... "How Could Buckcherry'Bidir' Tantricireakdowrí WPXC /Cape Cod, MA To The Extreme Saturday 9:30-0:30pm Erik Stafford hantera "Revolution s My. " Nothinglace " Bleeder' Tree 'Cold And Alone' Fear Faex,y Linchpin Nonpoim'Endmé By Frank Correia Rock Specialty Show Editor their debut would be a memorable one. The practice paid off -as hard rock fans got mud in their ears, TV's Farmclub.com asked the group in for a live performance. Soon after the show the quintet became the first rock signing to the generally hip -hop-oriented Loud Records. A mixture of driving guitars, melodic vocals and smart lyrics, Perfect Self delivers 3 tracks that are sure to sound good on Active Rockers fond of Sevendust and the like. Torchbearer KRXQ /Sacramento has been inflicting the first single, "Pain," on its audience, and the station's sadomasochistic masses are loving it. "Personally, love this sound," enthuses KRXQ MD Paul Marshall. "'ve always loved Stuck Mojo and Sevendust, and, with Corey Lowery involved, you can hear the family connection in Stereomud's sound. t's a sound that Active Rock is embracing. People are a little tired of the `wall of sound.' Now they want to hear some dynamics, and Stereomud have that. t comes down to good, heavy songwriting instead of just chunking out drop -C tuning for three minutes. For the past couple of years we've been hit with `Let's throw as many guitars into the mix as we possibly can, make noise for three minutes and have a singer that just yells.' With a band like Stereomud, there's a return to playing, a return to dynamic songwriting and guitars that do more than just double one another." Stereomud Top 0 Specialty Artists March 3, 00 MMU '.,'Astv.sT CLUTCH (Atlantic) "Pure Rock Fury." "American Sleep," "Sinkemlow" STEREOMUD (Loud /Columbia) "Lost Your Faith," "Perfect Self," "Old Man" 3 SEPULTURA (Roadrunner) "One Man Army," "Sepulnation" 4 DOG FASHON DSCO (Spitfire) "9 To 5...," "Leper Friend," "Mushroom Cult" 5 ECW: ANARCHY ROCKS (Concrete/V) "Balls To The Wall," "Head," "Welcome..." 6 BG DUMB FACE (Flip /Geffen) "Fightin' Stance," "Burgalveist," "Blood Red..." HALFORD (Metal -ls /Sanctuary) "Resurrection," "Made n Hell," "Nailed To The Gun" 8 RAMMSTEN (Republic /Universal) "Links -3-4," "Adios" 9 DROWNNG POOL (Wind -Up) "Bodies" 0 FROM ZERO (Arista) "Check Ya," "Erase" FEAR FACTORY (Roadrunner) "Linchpin" HASTE (Century Media) "Confessions...," "Engine," "Brand New Opposites" 3 TREE (Wonderdrug) "Cold And Alone." "Blowtorch" 4 WWF VOL. 5 (Koch) "The Game" 5 SUCDAL TENDENCES (Suicidal) "Free Your Soul..." 6 MONSTER MAGNET (A &M /lnterscope) "Heads Explode," "Medicine," "Doomsday" MUDVAYNE (No Name /Epic) "Dig," "Death Blooms." "Nothing To Gein" 8 NAPALM DEATH (Spitfire) "Volume Of Neglect," "Necessary Evil" Specialty Show Reporters Shows and their Top 5 songs listed alphabetically by market WKLQ/Grand Rapids, M New Metal Monday Monday midnight-am Tom "Wiz" Stavrou Dog Fashion Disco "Vertigo Mote' Calton "Caretul With that..." Clutch 'Sinkerralove Fear Factory 'Linchpin' Soituork'Predators Ponan" -WTFX /Louisville, KY The Altitude Network Saturday 0pm-am Black Frank Clutch 'American Sleep" Perseverance 'Acid Ride" Sloape "What You Say" Flybanger "Radal" Stereomud "Lost Your Faith" 9 SOLWORK (Nuclear Blast) "Like The Average..." "Neurotics Rampage" 0 DECAST (Now Or Never) "Exacting...," "Singled Out," "n The Shadows" Ranked by total number of shows reporting the artist, with titles listed in order of most airplay. KAU /Oklahoma City. OK Launch Pad Thursday midnight -am Leo Cage Zero Down 'Down This Road' 5oulfy"Hack To The.." Clutch "Pure Ruck Fury' sle Of 0 'Here And Gone Onward 'Witches Winter.: WHJY /Providence, R The Metal Zone Saturday midnight -am Dr. Metal Sepultura "Sep Grim n' Disturbed 'Welcome Burden Clutch 'Pure Rock Fury" Halford "Resurredgn (Live)" Annihilator "Carnival Diablos" KZRO /Springfield, MO Revolution Sunday 8.9pm E -Man Godhead "The Reckoning" Clutch "Pure Rock Fury' Dalurbed "A Welcome Burden" Snugly The Prophet" BG Dumb Face "Fightin' Starch, United Stations Harddrive Various Rosy Myzal/Lou Brutus Systematic 'Beginning ON End' Linkin Park "Crawling" Guano Apes'Doedel Spioesharik -New Disease" Saliva "Your Dii casé KEGL /Dallas, TX The Rubber Room Saturday :30pm- :30am Robert Miguel Sonny-Son Song" Mudayme"Dig" Monster Magnet 'Heads Explode' Drowning Pool "Bodies' Rammstein Links -3.4 WOXA /Harrisburg, PA The Sunday News Sunday 8-0am Bill Hanson Powdertinger "My Happiness" rving End "Roe On' Transmission OK 'That Kind 0 Poor RihOnes "Ds own" Wallflowers "Letters From.' rl'' WTFX /Louisville, KY Detour Sunday 8-0ptn Chris Allman nsane Clown Posse "r Rammstein 'Links 3-4' Tea Party 'Walking Wounded' NOFX "San Francisco Far Monster Magnet 'Medicine' KUPD /Phoenix, AZ Red Radio Underground Sunday.9pm Larry Mac Lords Of Acid "Snood By You" Guhennouth'Shés Gut The Look' Clutch "Sinkemlorv" mbrcco "NoThstar s.." Tndry "Mssion Aaampluhed" KRXO /Sacramento, CA Ear Whacks Sunday 8-9,30pm Che Brooks, Paul Wilbur Alkaline Ohio "Stupid Kid" Lars Frednckson S..'6 Foot 5' Hebula'Goof Napalm Death -Volume 0 rleglecr" Thrice "n Your Hands' KLPX/Tucson, AZ Area 5 Friday 0pm- midnight Bob Bitchin' ntangei Cavalry" Rammstein -Links -3-4" Slaves On Dope "nches From The..." Union Underground "Turn We On...' Monster Magnet "Doomsday. WOBK /Albany, NY Kick The P.A. Sunday 8-9pm Tim Noble Slic- X'Ostego Undead` Tree 'Cold And Alone' Gavots 'Wisdom 0t Hate.' 'Downer -Last Time" Chimaira "Balls To The Watl- KBP /Denver, CO Metallic Saturday midnight -am Uncle Nasty Swede] Tendenoies'Free Your Sall.." Dieast "n The Shadows" Clutch -Pure Rock Fury- WoUPac- Something Wicked_' Toadies "Push The Hand" KLFX /Killeen, TX Nut Radio Saturday 'Wpm- midnight Bob Fonda Fybanger "Cavalry" Diecast "Singled Out" Manyn Manson ''Valentine's Day. 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