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1 NEWSSTAND PRCE $ Doors Down Do t Again Republic /Universal's 3 Doors Down rank No. Most Added at four R&R formats this week with "Be Like That." The lead track from the soundtrack to American Pie 2 is top Most Added at Pop, Hot AC, Rock and Active Rock and earns a grand total of 252 adds. NANO S' NEWS www. rron/ine. com JUNE, 200 RateTheMusic n R &R National music research results provided by for seven formats appear in R&R, effective with this week's issue. Powered by Mediabase 24, is a powerful research tool for both radio and records. More, next page. RateTlreMasfc. com fl qu\ Persona ity Radio s Alive: urban radio s K. KLH. WH R, - WLD. W ALR. Just added WWDM. The Hollywood Scoop Wendy Wheatnr Urban AC Radio's direct link to Hollywood's inside.! ' lil,,i af\ :48.6AWWWWilkik= The Jeff Foxx Show. ``' r WBLS - NY's legendary jock can now be your overnight host and replace lifeless automation voice - tracking. Nomemoimmairms T.ost irn the 8o 's WALR -Atlanta's Melissa Summers and Derrick Jonzun host a 2 -hour retrospective of 80's R &B and pop culture. 8o 's Time Capsule Daily vignettes your sales department and listeners will love. Russ Parr Morning Show with Olivia Fox Blowing up in over 25 markets! Own ! On The Arr with Russ Pari Hot weekend morning show. Add a million dollar production to spike your weekends! Call Superadio today to lock up these superstar personalities in your market!

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3 N S D E management marketing sales Do you consider yourself a natural -born leader, an organizer or a risk -taking entrepreneur? n this week's Management, Marketing & Sales section, Pam Baker invites you to take the Self - Directed Career Test, adapted from the Myers -Briggs Trait ndicator. This test was designed to help managers and employees identify their styles, preferences and ways of facing everyday challenges on and off the job. Find out what type of personality you exhibit! This week's MMS section also features John Lund with five criteria for every llihepromotion, and our GM Spotlight s Midwest Communications' Robert Jung. Pages 2-6 ROCK 'N' ROLL MOGUL No fear. Be creative. Love the music. By sticking to these beliefs, a young Lee Abrams became one of the most influential and innovative FM programmers in the radio world. Read about the early days of Abrams, now Sr. VP/Programming at XM Satellite Radio, in this week's Legends column. Page 27 N THE NEWS Analyst Nirai Gupta sees positive signs for radio Sandusky debuts News KKNW/Seattle WJM/Cleveiand flips to Alternative Rich Wood now GM of Doug Stephan Productions Stevie DeMann joins WJHM/Orlando as PD THS #y Page 3 WEEK JUNE, 200 R &R Convention Lineup Keeps Growing Aguilera to perform; Rose joins roundtable Pop sensation and RCA recording artist Christina Aguilera will perform a number at R &R Convention 200, which takes place June 4-6 at the Century Plaza Hotel & Spa in Los Angeles. Aguilerá s performance will highlight Friday evening's R &R Pop Awards Show, where seven CHR /Pop ndustry Achievement Award CONVENTON/See Pape 20 FCC Welcomes Three New Commissioners Senate confirms nominations; Chairman Powell's term extended until 2007 By JOE HowRD RAR WASHNGTON BUREAU One day after being approved by the Senate Commerce Committee, the nominations of Republicans Kevin Martin and Kathleen Abernathy and Democrat Michael Copps as FCC Commissioners were confirmed May 25 by the full Senate. The Senate also extended FCC Chairman Michael Powell's term until Despite the uproar created by Sen. James Jeffords' defection from the Republican party on May 24 (see story, right), the Commerce Committee still found time to mark up the nominations. n fact, they voted in favor of the new commissioners and Powell by a 7-0 vote. The Senate approved the nominations by a voice vote just before recessing for the long Memorial Day weekend. Martin Abernathy Copps Meet the new commissioners: Page 6 While it was unclear at press time when the new commissioners sworn in. an FCC spokesman told R &R that they will likely take the oath of office individually, as their schedules allow, in private ceremonies. Public ceremonies will follow at a later date. The spokesman speculated on Tuesday that the new commissioners would be sworn in by the end of this week. Martin fills the vacant seat left on the dais when Bill Kennard departed earlier this year. Martin will serve a full five -year term that expires in mid Abernathy, who is filling the scat FCC/See Pap 0 Hollings Becomes Senate Commerce Committee Chair Vermont Sen. James Jenords' historic departure from the Republican party to become an ndependent lest week tipped the Senate majority in favor af Democrats, forcing leadership charges on the most influential Senate committee monitoring the FCC. South Carom Democrat Frig Hollings - Ranking Minority Member on the powerful Senate Commerce Committee - will take over as Chairman of the committee from Arizona Republican John McCain. -John assumes Fritz's role. and Fritz assumes John's role" McCain spokeswoman Nancy ves told R&R.'They have a very good and close working relationship.- Hollings grilled FCC Chairman Michael Powell during FCC confirmation hearings last month over what he believes is a lade of enforcement of FCC regulations HOEKNS/See Pap e Agullara Ros O'Keefe To Retire June 30 As Clear Channel Pres./000 Ken O'Keefe. who has been President/COO of Clear Channel's radio division since the company's merger with AMFM last year, has announced that he will retire on June 30. Clear Channel Radio CEO Randy Michaels will as- O'KssN sume O'Keefe's duties until a successor is named. " am happy to report that.kenny has been extremely successful in achieving the goals we jointly set out at the time of the merger;" Michaels commented. "He has, in a very short period of time. restructured the management of the radio division. He has donc this while simultaneously melding the cultures of the two companies and never wavering from the Clear Channel philosophy that the best idea must win, irrespective of its origin. O'KEEFE/See Page 26 CNYPOP C AGULERA, UV KM, MYA i PNK Lady.. ( nnarm ope) EVE R. KELLY Fiesta piwo STEMM Let AM... (Ruff Rytdots nmscapr) MAM PA Musm Love (Del sout'laja/g) MTV KENNY CHESNEY Dont Happen Twice (BNA) LEf ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance (MCMJniRmsal) NOT AC UNCLE MACRER FoNow Me (Top t)oyla 2'Atpnt)cj -- 3MOi Mu JEFF LONER Snakebite (Samson/Gold Cir ie) B>m>CO STAK0 ts Been Awhile (Fhpliektra EEG) AC= MC[ STAND t's Been Awhile (flipiflekfraeg) ALTENNATYE STAND fs Been Awhile (F vvektra/feg) MU A R.E.M. mitation Of Life (Warner Bros l Clear Channel's nside Radio Suit Moves To Texas By JEFFREY YoRKE RAR WASHNGTON BUREAU CHEF Clear Channel withdrew its lawsuit against industry fax publication nside Radio and publisher Jerry Del Colliano from New York federal court last week and refiled it in the Texas court system for "strategic reasons." Clear Channel spokeswoman Pam Taylor told R &R that the change of venue has "nothing to do with the commitment to the case." The new, -page suit, exactly half the size of the one filed in New York on Nov. 6, was filed in the District Court of Bexar County. TX on May 22 and claims that Del Colliano SUT/See Page 20 Debuts n R &R Starting this week, the R &R newspaper will feature national music research results provided by RateThe for seven formats: CHR/Pop, CHR/Rhythmic, Country, AC, Hot AC, 'Active Rock and Alternative. R &R has been publishing RTM results for all seven formats in its H OT FA X publications since January Founded in 998, RateThe- is used by hundreds of radio stations in numerous formats to gauge popular current music and other programming elements on both the local and national level. uses the time- tested and effec- tive principles of traditional callout research and marries them to the nternet. Respondents arc recruited and screened via the nternet, then take the test on their computers. does not necessarily take the place of traditional callout, audito- rium tests, focus groups or other regular research mechanisms employed by radio stations. t maids on its own merits of convenience and interaction with the thousands of radio listeners who RATETHEMUSC/See Page 20 Kaye Adds Station Manager Title For KBG & KOST/L.A. BY MKE Ke+osAN RAR AC EDTOR rnm l i ne. eom Jhan Kaye, PD of Hot AC KBG and AC KOST in Los Angeles, has added Station Manager duties for the two Clear Channel stations. Kaye spent 7 years as KOST's PD before becorning PD of KBG in No- Kaye vember 999 and regaining KOST's programming chair in November KAYE/See Page 26 NEWSSTAND PRCE $6.50 Register online for R &R Convention 200- www. rronline. Cor

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5 40, Ró R SSUE NUMBER 404 Olerrlt De Crlma... Always caught up in current events - in this case, the shooting death of Bonny Lee Bakley on the night of May 4 - billboard artist Mark Heckman designed this masterpiece for Clear Channel's Classic Rock KRFX/ Denver. The board depicts Bakley's husband, actor Robert Blake, with his Beretta sidekick, Fred. Police have made no arrests in the murder case but have not ruled out Blake as a suspect. Keep your eye on the sparrow! Sandusky Flips KSRB/Seattle To News As KKNW Sandusky Radio is slated to flip Urban Oldies KSRB- AM/Seattle to "Seattle's News Channel 50," with new calls KKNW. on June. The station will feature CNN Headline News' national and international coverage integrated with local news. sports. weather and traffic segments. KKNW's programming will remain under the supervision of PD Tony Coles. who also oversees programming at co -owned AC KRWM. "We're very excited about the new format." Coles told R &R. "The success of News and Talk radio stations in this market is a real testament to AM radio's strength in Seattle. We know that it's not an easy battle to take on. but with KV and KOMO hanging their hats primarily on Talk. and KRO doing more Talk programming than ever, KKNW will be the only station offering Seattle listeners news 24 hours a day. seven days a week. We saw an opportunity to align ourselves with CNN and fill a hole in the market for listeners who want a station that can give them greater national news. sports and entertainment coverage." The station will continue to serve as the Seattle -area radio flagship for the WNBA's Seattle Storm and University of Washington women's basketball. Along with KKNW and KRWM. Sandusky's Seattle cluster includes Smooth Jazz KWJZ, Adult Standards KX and AC KLSY. `Radio Showing More Positive Signs' Analyst 02 revenue should easily outpace 0 BY JEFFREY YGRKF R&R WASHNGTON BUREAU CHEF -(nn Radio groups and analysts are beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel - at least when it comes to an improvement in the economic climate. "Based on our ongoing surveys of public and private radio companies. we continue to see a firming in radio pacings" Salomon Smith Bamey's Niraj Gupta wrote in a report titled 'Radio Showing More Positive Signs" He found that, although 02 revenue pacings remain down year -to-year and economic conditions remain fragile. business has firmed consid8rably in May, and 02 year -to -year revenue growth should easily outpace 0. "Although comparisons ease considerably in late 03 and 04" Gupta added, "we continue to expect a gradual advertising recovery.' The veteran industry watcher is also touting large -cap radio stocks. 'Given the robust recent perlormance of midcap radio stoccs' he said, we continue to find the best overall value in large-cap radio" n tact, Gupta believes Clear Channel can trade at 25- times his 2002 free cash flow estimate of $3 per sham, or $75, and reiterates the company's 'buy" rating. On Tuesday shares of Clear Channel moved up by a dime to close at $ Tuesday trading on the issue was slow foaming the Memorial Day holiday, as abort half of the average 3. million Clear Channel shares traded hands. Cumules 'Brroksn' But Doing Mod NG Pilgrim Funds Chief nvestment Officer Mary Lisanti chose Cumulus as her 'Play of the Week" ANALrST/Sss Pgs 20 DeMann Rises To WJHM/Orlando PD WJHM (02 Jamz) /Orlando Asst. PD /morning driver Stevie DeMann has been appointed PD of the CHR/Rhythmic outlet. He replaces nfinity /Orlando Dir. /Operations John Roberts. who had been handling programming duties since Russ Allen exited in November "Our game plan was always to name a full -time Jam PD at some point this year," Roberts told R &R. "When Stevie originally contacted me about coming back to Orlando, it was because he wanted the PD job. However, was hesitant to hire a rookie PD. especially someone hadn't worked with before in any capacity. After talking with Stevie at length, nfinity /Orlando VP /GM Robin Smith and came up with the idea of bringing him hack as Asst. PD /morning talent so that could see if we'd make a good management team. Since Stevie returned, he's demonstrated a willingness to do whatever's necessary to help 02 Jam, become a great radio NMANN/Sss Pap 20 Radio Rwlnss JUE, 200 NEWS & FEATURES S Business Briefs 6 Transactions 8 SMS 2 nternet News L Vlsws 7 E- Charts S Show Prop 22 Zine Scene 22 National Video Charts 23 Legends 27 Street Tank Sound Decisions Music Mooting Publisher's Profits spportunitiss Marketplacs FORMATS & CHARTS News/Tblk/Sports 24 CMS 38 CHR /Callout America 40 CHR/Pop Chart 42 CHR /Pop RateTheMusic 44 CHR/Rhythmic Chart 47 CHR/Rhythmic RateTheMusic 49 Urban Urban Chart Urban Action Urban AC Chart Country Nashville Country Chart Country ndicator Country Callout Country Action Country RateTheMusic 4Ww4resi,-. C Eh* Bad[ Puas Adult Contemporary AC Chart AC RateTheMusic Hot AC RateTheMusic Hot AC Chart Smooth Jazz Smooth Jazz Chart Smooth Jazz Action Rock Rock Chart Active Rock Chart Active Rock RateTheMusic Rock Specialty Show Alternativ* Alternative Chart Alternative Action Alternative RateTheMusic Alternative Specialty Show Triple A Triple A Chart Christian Christian Charts s WZJM/Cleveland Goes To The `Xtreme' nfinity Broadcasting surprised Cleveland listeners on May 25 by flipping Rhythmic Oldies WZJM to an aggressive Alternative format. The new station, which is calling itself "Xtreme Radio 92.3," will focus on the younger end of the male 8-34 demo. The launch was overseen by Dave Wellington - PD of nfin- ity's flagship "Xtreme" station, KXTE /Las Vegas - as well as WNCX & WZJM VP /GM Walt Tiburski and WZJM PD Michael Luczak. Cleveland has been without an Alternative station since WENZ left the format more than two years ago. MRJM/See Page 26 Wood Named GM Of Stephan Productions Rich Wood has been tionwide. The indepennamed to the newly cre- dently syndicated program ated GM position at Doug is distributed via Talk Stephan Productions. America Radio Networks. Wood spent more than t) Radio America and Floyears as Director of the rida -based.e. America WOR Radio Network, a Network. position he exited earlier "What Rich did in buildthis year. ing the WOR Radio Net- Based in New York City, work speaks for itself." Wood will be involved in Stephan told R &R. "Makoverseeing all aspects of ing him part of our team tttod daily operations for Doug should speak volumes Stephan's nationally syndicated about our commitment to take this talk show, Doug Stephan's Good show to the next level." Day USA, which currently airs on more than 300 radio stations na- 00sRss Pap 2$ HOW TO REACH US rel&. 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6 lave MA.H EWS BAND "DMB has done it again...#4 Potential with 8-24 females...#6 Potential with our Core. Smash!" f, ñ'aimi; "Dave Matthews Band continues to have HT AFTER HT at Q02. We totally believe this song will follow suit!" Brian Bridgman, D 02 /Philadelphia "Dave Matthews is the perfect female record. We had instant phones and expect positive call- out." - Billy Sur/, ih''i6f Richmond "The Space Between moved to a power this week. Dave Matthews is a core artist for KTS 08. Adult females love this song!" - David Corey, WXKSBoston "Dave Matthews Band has proven to be a huge part of today's pop culture 'The Space Between' is already looking like it will be his biggest HT to date! Our early callout shows huge potential." Performing on MN movie awards on 6/. Sold out summer tour. 02

7 Engineered "DMB has a great image for Top 40 radio and 'The Space Between' is already showing BG callout potential with airplay just starting in this market." - Jon Zellner, KMXV/ Kansas City TOP i 0 Modern Adult Modern Rock ALREADY OVER 3,500 TOTAL SPNS "We've been on this for weeks and it's a total Top 40 smash! Dave is back!" - Marcus D, KBKS/Seatde "'The Space Between' has been my favorite track off the CD. The song is destined to be the next 'Crash nto Me' which five years later has still not burned for us at Z00." - Paul "Cabby" Bryant, Z00/ New York THE SPACE BETWEEN 6/4/0 The New Single from the Triple -Platinum Album Everyday Produced by Glen Ballard Mixed by Chris Lord -Alge by Karl Derfler MR: Bruce Flohr Management by Coran Capshaw for Red Light Management TM RCA Reveas Latid h a unit d BMG EneermYme t Trua() Repeated Marcels7 Repara dew B m General Beat Co., USA BMG lopo N a trademark d BMG Mur BMG EnOeN rw CAVA Warm &ate rd OMB' ere trece nter d Barna Rags, nc.

8 6 R&R June, 200 Radio Business Disney Plans nvoluntary layoffs Station Group President Stehinetr accepts voluntary buyout By KAry DALE,/ R &R WASHNGTON BUREAU kdafev@ rinnfineram After too few of its employees opted for the severance packages it offered earlier this year, ABC said Tuesday that it plans to reduce its work force through job cuts. 'There is a work -force reduction ongoing that will affect about 4,000 employees companywide - that means all around the world," ABC spokeswoman Julie Hoover told R &R. '"There was a voluntary aspect, and there may be an involuntary aspect. The process should be completed by the end of July?' Hoover had no comment on how many employees had accepted the buyout, but one who did take the voluntary separation otter was ABC Ra- dio Station Group President Mark Steinmetz. He will remain on the payroll through Sept. 30, when his position will be eliminated. Stein- metz has been associated with ABC since 985, when he joined then - Capital Cities -owned KQRS -AM & FM/Minneapolis as VP /GM. ABC Radio President John Hare has taken over most of Steinmetz's duties. n March ABC parent Disney Co. announced that it would cut its member global work force by 3 %. but it gave' no specific information at that time about how many slots would be lost at ABC Radio. The DSNEY/See Page 0 Get To Know The New FCC Commissioners Federal service runs in Kathleen Abernathy's family - at the Commerce Committee hearing for her FCC nomination she mentioned that her sister is an FB agent. Abernathy, a Louisville native, most recently worked for the now- defunct Broad Band Office as Director/ Government Affairs. Prior to that she was a partner at the law firm of Wilkinson Barker Knauer, and she has also Abernathy served as VP/ Regulatory Affairs at US West (now Owest Communications) and VP /Federal Regulatory at AirTouch Communications. Her appointment as commissioner will not be her first stint with the FCC - she previously served as Legal Advisor to brmer FCC Chairman James Quello and as a Special Assistant to the General Counsel and, later, as Legal Advisor to Commissioner Sherrie Marshall. Abernathy holds a degree from the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University of America and has been married to her husband, Charles, since 984. They have a daughter, Julia, and a son, Charles Jr. His appointment to the FCC is the latest in a series of lofty federal posts for Michael Copps, the only current Democratic commission nominee. The Milwaukee -born Copps worked for Sen. Ernest Hollings in a variety of positions for 5 years: From he served as Hollings' Special Assistant, and he was the senator's Administrative Assistant from '74 to '85. Copps has worked for the U.S. Department of Commerce since 993, serving as Deputy Asst. Secretary of Commerce from 993 to 998 and as Asst. Secretary of Commerce from 998 until the present. Copps was Director /GovemmentAf- Copps fairs for floor-covering manulacturer Colins & Akman from and served as Sr. VP/Legislative Affairs for the American Meat nstitute from Copps is married and has five children, ranging in age from 3 to 29. Copps holds a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina and lives in Alexandria, VA with his wife, Beth. Kevin Martin takes a seat on the commission as his former boss steps down. Martin was Legal Advisor to Harold Furchtgott-Roth from before moving on to work as Deputy General Counsel on the Bush election team, based in Austin. Martin also served on Martin the Bush -Cheney transition team and was Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy.The Charlotte native also served as Assoc. ndependent Counsel in the Office of the ndependent Counsel in 997 and was a Judicial Clerk for U.S. District Judge William Hoeveller from Martin holds a master's degree in public policy from Duke University and a law degree from Harvard. He lives in Washington, DC with his wife, Catherine. c WL VP/GM Praises Supreme Court Regare h last week's Supreme Court decision that WGB & WLKMices- Bane host Fred Williams was within his First Amendment rights when he aired an audiotape of a mobile -phone conversation recorded without the knowledge of the cah's participants (RSA 5/25), WGB & WLK VP /GM Phil Hoover told R8R that the court's decision "means a lot to every News/ Talk station in the country" Hoover said that station owner Entercom was "very, very confident" that the Supreme Court would rule in its favor, as a lower court had done earlier. " honestly believed that the Supreme Court would do what it thought was right," he added. in this case there was no question that Fred Williams had done nothing wrong." Liberty Files To Sell Emnls Shares Liberty Media Group, which holds 5.4 million Emmis Communications class A shares, has filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission to sell 3.99 million of those shares, which have a market value of $3 million, Bloomberg reported last week. Liberty acquired 2.7 million Emmis shares in October 999 for $50 million, making it the second- largest shareholder, behind Emmis Chairman/CEO Jeff Smulyan. The stock split 2 -for - in February of last year. Viacom nterested n Spanish- Language Group Vlacom CEO Mel Karmazin told a company shareholders meeting that Viacom would like to acquire a Spanish- language broadcast outlet, but "stocks that are currently involved in reaching that audience are trading at multiples far higher than what Viacom would ever be willing to pay," Variety reported last week. During the same meeting Karmazin observed that he and Viacom Chairman Sumner Redstone are on the same page: "My agenda is exactly the same as Sumner's. We're in lock step" FCC Fines Pirate $7,000 The FCC has fined Alan- Leonard Brockway $7,000 for operating an unlicensed radio transmitter and for failing to allow an inspection of his radio installation. The commission said it notified Brockway of a possible penalty in March but received no response. R &R Stock ndex Continued au Page 0 This weighted index consists of all publicly traded companies that derive more than 5% of gross earnings from radio advertising. (*dugs Since 5/5A90 s / /M 575/0 5 /25Á0 5//0-5/23/0 R &R ndex % +3.3% Dow ndustriati 0,323.90,30.74, % -2b% S& P % -% P ew ling dafarç day's level of fierce competition demands that you prominently display your name every chance you get (location broadcasts, concerts, station sponsored autograph sessions, etc.). With theft, vandalism and loss, it becomes a costly proposition to continuously replace expensive signs and banners costing hundreds of dollars. Roll -A -Sign' offers a better way. 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10 8 R&R June, 200 Radio DEAL OF THE WEEK Business 200 DEALS TO DATE Dollars to Date: Q2,828,60 (Last Year ,33) TRANSACTONS AT A GLANCE All transaction information provided by BA's MEDA Access Pro, Chantilly, VA. i WFMW -AM & YKTG -FM/ Madisonville (Owensboro), KY $2 million Dollars This Quarter. $309,397, (Last Year. $.35394,000) Stations iaded This Year 572 (Last Year,797) Stations Traded This Quarter: 34 (Last War. 274) WRAB-AM/Arab, AL $63,000 KCHE-AM & FM/Cherokee, A $470,000 KSL-FM/Wallace, D Undisclosed WEZU-AM/Stillwater, MN Undisclosed WHUGFM/Cooperstown, PA $342,000 WAVF-FM/Hanahan (Charleston), SC Undisclosed KVLL-AM/Woodville,TX Undisclosed WABN-AM/Abingdon, VA Undisclosed Oweiisboro Deal Highlights Quiet Week Thomberry gets KYcombo fo r $2 million; ómleramchsellls WAVF for an undisclosed price Deal Of The Week Kentucky WFMW -AM & WKTG -FM/ Madisonville (Owensboro) PRCE: $2 million TERMS: Asset sale for cash BUYER: James Thornberry Jr. Phone: He owns no other stations. SELLER: Sound Broadcasters nc., headed by GM Robert Kelley. Phone: FREQUENCY: 730 khz; 93.9 MHz POWER: 500 watts day /25 watts night; 35kw at 584 feet FORMAT: Country; Classic Rock Alabama WRAB- AM/Arab PRCE: $63,000 TERMS: Asset sale for cash BUYER: Reed Broadcasting LLC, headed by member Erwin Reed. Phone: t owns no other stations. SELLER: Arab Broadcasting Corp., headed by President Kerry Rich. Phone: FREQUENCY: 380 khz POWER: kw day /49 watts night FORMAT: Country/Gospel COMMENT: This deal originally appeared in the May 4, 200 issue of R&R with an undisclosed price. owa KCHE -AM & RN Cherokee PRCE: $470,000 TERMS: Asset sale for cash BUYER: Cherokee Broadcasting nc., headed by ncorporator Jeffrey Fuller. Phone: t owns no other stations. SELLER: Sioux Valley Broadcasting, headed by owner John O'Connor. Phone: FREQUENCY: 440 khz; 92. MHz POWER: 500 watts; 3kw at 20 feet FORMAT: AC/Country; AC/Country daho KSL- FMWallace PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: Anderson Broadcasting Co., headed by President Dennis Anderson. Phone: t owns five other stations. This represents its entry into the market. SELLER: Alpine Broadcasting Ltd., headed by General Partner Scott Parker. Phone: FREQUENCY: 00.7 MHz POWER: 500 watts at 2,208 feet FORMAT: Hot AC Minnesota WEZU- AM/Stiliwater PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: Terms unavailable B UYER: Endurance Broadcasting LLC, headed by member Daniel Smith. No phone listed. t owns no other stations. SELLER: Smith Broadcasting, headed by President Daniel Smith. Phone: FREQUENCY: 220 khz POWER: 5kw day /254 watts night FORMAT: Adult Standards Pennsylvania WHUG- FM/Cooperstown PRCE: $342,000 TERMS: Asset sale for cash B UYER: Forever Broadcasting nc., headed by President Carol Logan. Phone: t owns 39 other stations. This represents its entry into the market. SELLER: Bulmer Communications, headed by President John Bulmer. Phone: FREQUENCY: 07.7 MHz POWER: 5kw at 377 feet FORMAT: N/A COMMENT: This station is currently represented as a construction permit. South Carolina WAVF- FMManahan (Charleston) PRCE: Undisclosed Cosdosod from Pass 6 berg TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: Centre ECRP LP. Phone: t owns no other stations. SELLER: Emerald City Radio, headed by President Paul Robinson. Phone: FREQUENCY: 96. MHz POWER: 00kw at 538 feet FORMAT: Alternative KVLL- AM/Woodville PRCE: Undisclosed CNtiooN on Pase 0 B//S/MSSS BR/E/Ks Simmons Closes Marat iomdalw Falls Deal Simmons has paid $3 million for Marathon Media's KFTZ-FM & KOSZ- FM/ldaho Falls, D and Marathon subsidiary Western Communications' KBL -AM, KECN -AM, KCN -AM, KCV -FM & KLCE- FM/daho Falls, D. Simmons owns 6 other stations, in Salt Lake City, where it is based, Albuquerque and St. George, Ut We are in the acquisition mode' Simmons Controller Bret Lefton told R&R, adding that the group is focused on deals in the Western states and in small and midsized markets. Csstisssa es Paso 0 DON'T MSS YOUR FREE LSTiNG! PLEASE FL OUT COMPLETELY: to request your company listing in the upcoming R &R Directory. Veriticátioil %rms h.rve ai eaciy been sent to companies with current, listings. for all listings, new and old the editorial Closing; n June 8 ADDRESS c'ty STATE ZP fax BACK To <<

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12 to Rat June, 200 Radio Business Hollings Continued from Page and inadequate penalties for lawbreakers. Hollings does, however, have an ally among the newly appointed commissioners: Michael Copps worked for Hollings in a variety of positions from McCain had run the Commerce Committee since 994 and has won the admiration - and raised the ire - of broadcasters. The McCain -led Commerce Hof/ Committee oversaw and often endorsed radio's massive consolidation aher the 996 Telecommunications Act. But McCain also angered the NAB and its President/ CEO, Eddie Fritts, when he pushed for provisions in political campaign - reform legislation that would require broadcasters to provide political candidates with free airtime and allot specific times for campaign news coverage. Neither provision is included in the current version of such legislation, which is pending a congressional vote, but broadcasters fear that such a rule might be introduced in the future. McCain said he was sorry to see Jeflords switch party affiliation, but said in a statement posted on his website that he believes the move can have a positive impact on how our party responds to members who occasionally dissent from party orthodoxy" - Jeffrey Yorke r"iiimi6 CMthNM free Page 8 Bloomberg Labels File SultAgain Over Copyright nfringements The recording industry last week filed separate lawsuits against Launch Media and Aimster, claiming that the nternet companies' music services violate federal copyright laws. The suit against Launch targets Launchcast, which allows users to select the songs they want to hear on the web, and seeks damages of up to $50,000 per infringement. n the second suit, labels including Universal Music Group and Sony Music are seeking a Napstertype injunction against Aimster, a file -sharing service that piggybacks on AOLs nstant Messenger program. SBS Sells $00 Million n Notes Spanish Broadcasting System has sold $00 million in notes in a private sale that was an add-on to the company's long -term bonds due Reuters reported last week. Bob Nell Files To Sell Cox Radio Shares Arecent Securities 8 Exchange Commission filing showed that Cox Radio President/CEO Bob Neil has filed to sell 37,900 class A common shares of Cox Radio stock, which have a market value of about $3.7 million, Dow Jones reported. The company's most recent proxy statement says Neil, who could not be reached by R&R before press time, owned 340,299 class A common shares, including options exercisable within 60 days to acquire 323,694 shares, as of Feb. 28. FCC Continued from Page vacated by Susan Ness, was approved for a term that expires in June Copps, who is taking the place of Harold Furchtgott -Roth, will fill a term that expires in June The incoming commissioners will earn Transactions Continued from Page 8 TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: Jim y Ray CanoN. Phone: He owns three other stations. This represents his entry into the market. SELLER: Stargazer Broadcasting, headed by President Dave Garland. Phone: FREQUENCY: 490 khz POWER: 50kw day / kw night FORMAT: Adult Standards $25,700 annually, while Powell earns $33,700 as Chairman. Democrat Gloria Tristani is expected to resign her commission post later this year and return to her home state of New Mexico to challenge incumbent Republican Pete Domenici for his Senate seat. Virginia WABN- AM/Abingdon PRCE: Undisclosed TERMS: Terms unavailable BUYER: Abingdon Church of the Nazarene, headed by Pastor /Director Mark Copley. Phone: t owns no other stations. SELLER' Ninkger Stations, headed by President W.L. Nininger. Phone: FREQUENCY: 230 khz POWER: kw FORMAT:Oldies/AC Fritts Stresses Localism To Howard Grads e most important component - in fact, the very heart and soul - of broadcasting is its localism," NAB President' CEO Eddie Fritts told 37 graduates of the NAB -sponsored Media Sales nstitute program at Washington, DC's Howard University. n the Tuesday speech Fritts acknowledged that the advertising market has hit its most difficult point since the late '80s and early '90s, but he said that broadcasting "remains a growth industry." Still, Fritts stressed, "At the end of the day there is a greater reward than the ads you have sold or the ratings you have helped generate. That reward is the knowledge that you've become an integral part of your community and served it well "The NAB has donated more than $ to underwrite the Media Sales nstitute. NetRadio Moves To NasdagSinaliCap Market Effective May 24, has moved to the Nasdaq SrnailCap Market. The transfer was due to the company's lack of compliance with the requirements for continued Nasdaq National Market listing. Although NetRadlo does not currently meet the $ minimum bid requirement for the SmallCap Market, it was granted a temporary exception under which it must demonstrate a dosing price of $ per share by June 4 and maintain at least a $ closing price for 0 consecutive trading days. NetRadio said it is considering a reverse stock split to comply with the requirement. NetRadio's ticker symbol changed with the move, from "NETR" to "NETRC ` Astral Media Bays 9 Telmer/la Stations la Canada Astral Media is expanding its reach in eastern Canada by paying $255 million Canadian for 9 Telsmedia radio stations. As part of the deal Astral will issue 2.8 million class A nonvoting shares to Telemedia, giving that company 0% ownership of Astral. The deal will double Astral's radio revenues, to $ 00 million Canadian. The company also owns 20 pay- and specialty -TV channels. Telernedia retains 60 radio stations in Ontario and western Canada. Disney Continued from Page 6 company had hoped to accomplish the reductions through a voluntary separabon program, but too few employees stepped forward to take advantage of the buyouts. Disney declined to comment on the size of any of its divisions, but a 996 Capital Cities/ABC annual report shows that there were about ABC radio and television employees at that time. Disney employees were told of the current layoff plans - expected to save the company as much as $400 million in annual operating expenses - in a one -page "Dear Fel- low Cast Members" letter signed, with first names only, by Disney Chairman Michael Eisner and President/COO Bob ger. The letter described Disney as "a financially strong company," but one that needs to "face up to the increasingly pressing challenges of the softening economic environment." The letter said the reductions will affect business units in all of our operations, as well as corporate staff." Just Added WKLB /Boston ' KWJJ /Portland Saturday Nights t ill Never be the Sane s "During the period when Bo was not hosting our Saturday night show went crazy! Bo has the type of show that fits my station perfectly. We are a true music and personality radio station and that's what Bo does t makes all the difference in the world to have him on Saturday night. entertaining people like he's doing a morning show! The listener interaction entertainment values are superb! want top notch programming on the station at all times and the Bo show takes Saturday nights to a new level" With ou - rsons num - up 3.2 to a 5. "in er4tó,5pririg, we ove thl Bo really brg *a party ätmospière= an how up every Satúrday%Nlght, f ots of phoñés-lots ó entertammen an = róóks WG. - Mike Kennedy KBEQ -FM nfinity Kansas City gle ' firclr,4p ow s e e 7:3 (5DDZO 'çll`kl7itl? 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14 2 R&R June, 200 Robert Jung in the GM Spotlight, Page 4 Your Career Test results, Page 5 Marketing basics for every radio promotion, Page 6 "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf." -Jon Kabat -Zinn MATCHMAKER, MA Wile Self -Directed Career Test By Pair Biker Sales & Marketing Edttor pambaker rronlure. cem PAM BAKER Have you ever wondered, "Am in the right job?" or, "Can really be a good manager?" All of us have, at one time or another, questioned whether we're heading in the right direction, personally and professionally. Without guidance, it's hard to figure out if you're a leader, a strategist, an organizer, a salesperson or a risk- taking entrepreneur. RAB Sr. VP /Stations Bob Griffith recently introduced me to a dynamic career adviser named Dr. lime Millet. As Director of UCLA's Educational Career Services and psychological counseling consultant to the university's Extension Career Center, Millet has long been involved in assisting people with formulating and implementing career strategies. n her private practice, Millet assists clients who want to make career transitions and develop management skills with a program she calls "New Beginnings: A Personality- Centered Approach to Management." She lias generously agreed to share a scaled -down version of that program with R &R's readers. Enjoy! There are a great many "quick fix" theories in circulation today concerning how managers and employees can become more effective in their jobs. This self -test speaks to that same point, but it is adapted from the research that produced the Myers -Briggs Trait ndicator. The MBT is based on the premise that human behavior is not random, and that, within limits, one can predict and categorize types of behavior. The MBT is one of the most widely used psychological instruments; more than 2 million people took the test in 990. The Self- Directed Career Test presented here is an abbreviated adaptation of the MBT designed to help managers and employees identify their own styles, preferences and ways of facing everyday challenges on and off the job. NTERNAL NOTATON One lesson have learned well is that a manager cannot motivate people. Motivation comes from within. The challenge for anyone who guides others in a work setting is to create an environment where people are encouraged to fulfill their own potential. Those who manage others should have the goal of helping employees become competent workers who shine. When workers have leaders who have learned to work with people from the "inside out," instead of the "outside in," the results are exhilarating, to say the least. Managers who adopt a personality- centered approach have gained these insights about their jobs and their employees: They know that all the conditions are present for things to be the way they are, and no conditions are present for things to be different. They accept people for who they are. They know that judging people from one's own point of view is less productive than assisting peoplein their own subjective realities. n other words, these managers manage people from the "inside out." These managers are conscious of how people work and have abandoned attempts to use jargon, platitudes and didres to manipulate them. CHMAKER FND ME THE These managers do not impose their personal values, beliefs and norms on others. For the benefit of the people they work with, they have learned to suspend their need to express their own opinions... Employment tests are not new. They have been in the workplace since right after the Second World War, when they were simple adaptations of personality and integrity measures developed by the military. The tests were widely available, and there were few limits as to their use. The civil rights laws of the 960s and changing attitudes concerning intrusive behavior by businesses had eroded their popularity by the 980s, but years of court cases have clarified the legal issues, and many companies are revisiting testing as an effective hedge against the cost of employee turnover. t is important to know what employers are testing for. ntelligence is a given, but the real growth in testing has been in the use of personality inventories that measure such characteristics as responsibility, openness to learning, creativity and emotional stability. There is even a new test that measures "emotional intelligence." Many clients have told me that hiring a smart employee is not as important as hiring someone who is reliable and conscientious and who can get along with others. E SELF -DRECTED CAREER E3 Choose the answer that describes how you usually feel or act... At a party, do you usually A) interact with many, including strangers B) interact with a few people you know well 2. Are you more attracted to A) practical people B) people who have quick and brilliant minds 3. Which is worse, to A) always seek the new and novel way to live B) do the same thing all the time 4. When you judge others, are you influenced more by A) laws than circumstances B) circumstances than laws 5. Which appeals to you more A) convincing B) touching 6. Would you typically be more A) punctual B) leisurely 7. When you choose, do you behave A) somewhat carefully B) rather impulsively 8. n your circle of friends, do you A) keep abreast of other's happenings B) get behind in the news 9. Do you believe that facts A) speak for themselves B) illustrate general principles 0. Do you prefer writers who A) use original ways of saying things B) say exactly what they mean. Are you typically A) calm and cool 8) warm and fuzzy 2. Do you prefer to make A) logical judgments B) value judgments 3. s it best to let events occur A) by careful selection and choice B) randomly and by chance 4. Would you say you are more RGH JOB! A) serious and determined B) easygoing 5. n a large group, do you typically A) begin a conversation B) let others take the lead 6. Would you like to be described as A) a practical sort of person B) a dreamer 7. Children typically fail to A) do what is asked B) fantasize and dream 8. Which satisfies you more A) discussing an issue thoroughly B) reaching agreement on an issue 9. Would you describe yourself as A) more firm than gentle B) more gentle than firm 20. Which is more appealing to you A) work that is contracted B) work that is done on a casual basis 2. Which do you value more, the A) definite B) open -ended 22. Would you prefer A) many friends with little contact B) few friends with more frequent contact 23. Are you more likely to trust A) your experiences B) your hunches 24. Which interests you more A) production and distribution B) design and research 25. Who is more attractive, a person of A) clear reason B) strong feeling 26. Would you rather be A) wavering B) devoted 27. s it best to A) make sure that things are planned for B) just let things happen 28. Do you feel more comfortable A) atter a decision B) before a decision 29. f the phone rings, are you the one who A) gets to it first B) expects someone else to answer 30. n writing, do you prefer A) the more literal B) the more figurative 3. Which is of greater importance to you A) fundamentals B) overtones 32. Do you personally prefer to have A) clarity of reason B) strength of compassion 33. Would you describe yourself as A) hard-headed B) soft -hearted 34. Which do you prefer, the A) planned event B) unplanned event 35. Are you the type who enjoys A) routine B) whimsy Continued on Page 5

15 Conclave 200: the radio odyssey You train all your life to do one thing. Then something happens to take it away. What then? An inspiring keynote with Kirby Puckett, 200 Baseball Hall of Fame nductee Register now to receive the special rate of $ or less (good until July ).theconclaye. com Keynotes oy: Jeff Smulyan and John Gohron THURSDAY-SUNDAY JULY 9-ZZ, 200 MNNEAPOLS MARROT CTY CENTER

16 4 RBA aune i, 200 C gement marketing Sporting a winning attitude aue This week's GM Spotlight honors 29 -year radio veteran Bob Jung, of Midwest Communications. "He's the ultimate GM," s one staffer, who goes on, "Not only does he have a great business sense, he understands and respects the programming staff." Another R &R reader writes, "Bob gets my vote for outstanding GM!" Congratulations! decided to enter the world of broadcasting because: " wanted to be a sports broadcaster. Play - by -play got me into the business. did sports through 978, when had a chance to become a program director. Later became an operations manager, then station manager, AE, GM, etc." First job in broadcasting: "WTQ in Manistique, M, in the Upper ROBERT JUNO VP/8 of wrls -AM, WDEZ-FM, WFC-FM, N?m,FM á NOFM-F/flsrsaa, W (Midwest CoeMwslcadaas) Peninsula. After left the job, realized how small the station was. probably could have yelled from a street comer and reached as many people as did on the air." Career highlights: "The people 've had the privilege to work with have been the biggest highlight - great managers, outstanding PDs, sensational salespeople. Together we have been able to find both ratings and billing success everywhere 've been." The most challenging aspect of being a GM: "Telling someone something they don't want to hear and making them feel good about it. Working with people is the most fun, but it's always the biggest challenge." My most unforgettable moment at a radio station: "While broadcasting a high school football game, called for a commercial and assumed that the board op had heard me. We couldn't monitor the station during breaks. was talking to my sidekick about something and used a rather 'colorful' phrase. When got home that night, my wife told me what had said on the air - whoops!" 'm most proud of: "The people who have worked with me and for me, seeing the great success they have had and knowing that played a small part in helping them." The best words of advice 've ever received were: "To be a great manager you need to learn how to tell someone to go to hell and make them look forward to the trip." You'd be surprised to know that... " went to college to become a math teacher. Needless to say, came to my senses." WSAU NEWS RADO 550 WRG BG WRG 390 Kickass Personality. Budget Bliss. Lia will make YOU a star.

17 June, 200 Wait 5 MATHNAKER Continued from Page 2 MM CLOT (SNUS"FF ) Directions for scoring:. Answer each question by placing an "A" or "3" in the corresponding box on the answer sheet. Add the number of "A" answers in the first column and write the total in the box below. Do the same for the "B" answers, then do the same for each of the seven columns. Each of the 4 numbered boxes below the columns should have a number in it. 2. Transfer the number in box No. of the answer sheet to box No. below the answer sheet. Then do this for box No. 2 as well. Then take the numbers from below the second column and copy them into the boxes below the column immediately to the right, as indicated by the arrows. Do the same for the fourth and sixth columns. Now add each pair of numbers below the third, fifth and seventh columns and enter the totals in the boxes below the answer sheet. 3. You now have four pairs of numbers. Circle the letter below the larger number of each pair. You have now identified your "type." t should be one of the following: NFP SFP NTP STP ENFP ESFP ENTP ESTP NFJ SFJ NTJ STJ ENFJ ESFJ ENTJ ESTJ TYPES AT W STJ: "Natural organizers" Dependable, accountable and responsible, STJs are quintessential managers. They are no-frills, work -hard, play -hard types who live by the bottom line and can be very cost -conscious. Work comes first, then family and community. This type represents 6% of the population but makes up 30% of the US. military. SFJ: "Committed to getting the job done" With fierce commitment, responsibility and deep loyalty, these people put service above self and are dutiful in most aspects of their lives. They're quiet and content to work by themselves and may become wrapped up in serving others. STP: "Just do it" STPs are frequently misunderstood and often underestimated. They'd rather be doing than planning. They produce results and don't get bogged down in red tape. These "Lone Rangers" would rather put out fires than design fire drills. SFP: "Actions speak louder than words" SFPs are managers who will pass up a promotion to stay where the action is. Their motto is "Live and let live." Service is the cornerstone of their motivation, and they support and help all those they work with. ESTP: "Making the most of the moment" Risk- taking, entrepreneurial, give- it -a -go people who have a flair for most things and a built -in, basic restlessness. These are hyperactive "doers" who like to keep their hands in on a variety of projects, cheering as much as they can to keep everyone on their toes and to keep life exciting. The downside: They're restless and hyperactive. ESFP: "Let's make work fun" Free -spirited, nervy and nonconformist - and if the work is not fun, ESFPs tend to drop it and move on. These people are high-energy, jovial and very sociable, and they can keep many projects moving at the same time. ESFPs can allow others to be different and to work at their individual paces. They do well in large, bureaucratic organizations because they can "work the system" for the good of the people involved. ESTJ: "Natural administrators" Proverbial jacks -of- all -trades, ESTJs are responsible, productive and results-oriented. They're found in leadership positions in a cross -section of professions, from law and medicine to education and engineering. When a job is to be done, a regulation established, a system implemented or an ongoing program evaluated, call on an ESTJ to handle it. ESFJ: "Everyone's trusted friend" "Gracious" describes the general lifesty leof ESFJs, and it also sums up their management style. They can encourage and motivate workers to accomplish goals, and they make the work setting very formal, but pleasant. ESFJs also tend to display "parental" judgments or even impatience. Theirs can be called a "Santa Claus" management style, since they keep lists - at least mental ones - and check them twice. NFJ: "nspiring leader or follower" Scholarly and dependable in the workplace, the popular, human services- oriented NFJs direct theirenergy toward bettering the human condition. They're gentle people who have genuine concern for others and who like neatness, order and a setting of quiet congeniality at work. They're intellectual and idealistic. NTJ: "ndependent thinkers" There are very few NTPs, but they have a vast influence on corporate and academic life. They have the vision and the will to see things through to completion, and their leadership skills have enabled them to play a dramatic role in shaping US. corporate culture. ndependence is the force that motivates them; they make perfect think -tank specialists. NFP: "Making life kinder and gentler" NFPs cannot tolerate routine, and they need to serve their personal values. f they can translate their work into some type of human service, it may make something they do not want to do seem worthwhile. They make decisions subjectively, based on their personal values, and they have a "live and let live" credo. NFPs are not typically found in executive positions in corporate settings, but they're good at executive behaviors in a movement or institution centered around social causes. NTP: "Conceptualizers" Free -spirited idea mills or "absent- minded professors." They love the abstract and need to have time to be alone and think, and they are constantly rethinking ideas. They do their homework on any issue and may have a lack of social awareness. They provide a source of ideas and inspiration, but time constraints are not their top priority. NTPs have great clarity of thought and vision in any undertaking. ENFP: "People are the product" ENFPs do well in executive roles, even though their characteristics of effervescence, enthusiasm and spontaneity are not typical of most top corporate managers. They can do many things at the same time but may neglect to plan and be prepared. They havea great ability to empower others, and inspiration, rather than control, is the key to their management style. ENTP: "Progress is the product" When an ENTP is on the job, you never know what to expect next. They are high -energy, dynamic, creative, resilient and argumentative. They are punsters who would rather engage in intellectual banter than complete a meaningless task or be quiet by themselves. They tend not to be committed to a schedule or project if a more exciting challenge comes along. ENFJ: "Smooth -talking persuaders" ENFJs are natural salespeople. They prefer to live their lives in a structured and orderly fashion. They're aware of interpersonal dynamics in every situation, but they have a strong need to lead. Female ENFJs fit in well at work and have a high need to please others, but the males have trouble with being seen as "wimpy." ENTJ: "Natural leaders" ENTJs have the right mixture of basic leadership qualities - enthusiasm, vision, objectivity and accountability. Most often these characteristics are attributed to males, and women need to balance their natural femininity with their leadership skills. ENTJs are robust, direct and hearty strategists who can see possibilities in almost everything and act upon those possibilities instantly. June Millet received her bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin and her master's and doctorate in social psychology at UCLA. She can be reached at a b a b a b a b a b a b a b l, N T F P 8 8

18 6 NM June, 200 MARKETNG BASCS Five criteria for every radio promotion Every radio-station promo- By John Lund tion should fulfill at least one of the following five criteria: t will increase ratings by generating more tune -ins, extending Time Spent Listening or carrying listeners from one day - part to another. t will create awareness, thereby enhancing street talk in the market. t will help establish a personal bond between the station and its core listeners. t will enhance the station's image. t will generate additional sales revenue. When you've decided what your promotion can do, consider if there is enough lead time to stage the promotion and achieve your goals. For a major promotion with multimedia involvement, like an outdoor festival, allow three or four months. For a smaller promotion, like a talent appearance or a ticket giveaway, plan fbr two to three weeks of lead time. For each planned promotion, determine how much extra ad revenue will be generated. A price for every promotional announcement should be calculated and included in the cost to the client. Then do what you can to assure that the promotion runs smoothly. Use a planner or checklist to plot every aspect of the promotion and track critical steps for success. From promotion creation to implementation, try this step -by -step checklist: Planning: Set your promotional goals and target airdates. Determine the promotion budget. Write the promotional framework and any contest rules. Acquire event insurance, if necessary, and check the legalities. Send a memo to the entire station staff about the promotion. Write and produce promotional copy and media advertising. Acquire contest premiums and prizes. Keep a large promotional calendar to track every station promotion, from small giveaways to major events. Using the calendar as a marketing flow chart can help build staff awareness, prevent overcommitment and help the sales department to generate additional dollars. Execution: Tease any promotion for at least three days. Promote for at least two Weeks before any station -sponsored event. Promote contests on the station website and send notices to your database. Postpromote each major promotion for at least five days. f your promotion includes on -air giveaways: Make sure prizes are in -house before the event begins. Make the contest rules available to the public by mail, at the reception desk and on the station's website. Post contest rules in the studio and give a copy to the receptionist to help answer phone queries. Send a memo to all staff about contesting procedures. nclude emergency phone numbers for all promotional partners. Place contest -winner sheets in the studio; all vital winner information must be carefully recorded. Tape winning phone calls for later use on the air. Winners' comments build contest excitement. Practicalities: Take a cassette recorder to all events. Tape listener comments about the event, and use the clips for postevent and station promos. Ask winners to claim their prizes at the station in person; use the mail as a last resort. Each winner should sign a release form and give the station permission to use his or her photo and info in press releases and promos. Get pictures of big winners for press releases and the station's website. Visibility: Event staff and station personnel should wear station "uniforms ", - an identifying T- shirt, jacket, badge or cap. Banners, signs, balloons, flyers and the station booth should display the station's calls or nickname. Station personalities should appear at events and do live remote broadcasts from the venue. Stage premium giveaways at the event location. The station's name' should appear on every item awarded. Publicity: Mail, or fax press releases to all media several weeks before the promotion. Follow up the press release with calls to key contacts. A professional photographer should shoot pictures for trade publications and sales pieces. Hire a professional videographer for trade press, sales presentations, the website and television. After The Event: Send pictures or videos to trade press and use them in sales presentations Send thank -you cards or to promotional partners, and ask for testimonial letters Review the promotion in a staff meeting to determine if all the station's goals were met. Note any improvements that can be made the next time a promotion is staged. Create a file with promos, press releases, contest rules and postevent info. Prepare a review that summarizes the promotion's goals, accomplishments and costs, including a costs vs. sales analysis. Air promos celebrating the event and telling listeners what the station has done for them. Adding listener comments recorded during the event enhances the station's image. Display pictures and a summary of the event on the station's website. One must be aggressive in marketing a promotion to gain new listener sampling. The Lund Marketing & Promotion Stylebook provides a comprehensive package of checklists (including a unique marketing -assessment questionnaire), systems to help design promotions and ways to track marketing efforts month by month. Visit the Lund website at wtvu' for more information. COST-EFFCENT MARKETNG Get involved with charitable organizations and serve the community. Reward employees who serve as volunteers for causes. Accompany every listener prize with a thank - you note signed by a staff member. Ask air personalities to call, fax or contest winners with a thanks for listening" message, and ask these active listeners to tune in to the station at work. Take ownership of concert tickets: Put a sticker on the back of each ticket with the station's logo and We hope you enjoy the show!" f the sales department misses out on an initial buy for a new restaurant, ask the morning team to show up at the restaurant unannounced and pick up the check for anyone who recognizes them. When a big concert goes on sale, show up in the ticket line with free CDs and a flyer that says "Good morning from [calls]. See you at the show! Listen for [artist] all day today." Record a client's first sponsorship mention or appearance on the morning show, and have the AE deliver a package with the cassette the same day it airs. Get movie theaters - or station- sponsored movie premieres - to show the station's TV spot. Arrange with auto repair shops, car washes and rental car agencies to leave a hang tag with your station's logo and a coupon for something free on each car's radio. Create a contest- winners list by daypart, then call or the winners about new contests. Establish a VP hotline for newsmakers, celebrities in the community and others to use when they want to get through to the personality on the air. Create a list of the 20 largest employers of your listeners and do joint promotions with them. Stage lunchtime talent appearances at company cafeterias. John Lund is President of The Lund Consultants to Broadcast Management and of Lund Media Research, a full - service radio consulting and research firm in San Francisco. See the Lund website at for examples of the marketing planners that are created for Lund -consulted stations. John Lund can be reached at and johnee lundrao*o.aom.

19 NTERNET NEWS & V E W S MSN Chat Room Visitors Not ListeningTo Chosen Channels What's the story with RadisWais's MSN Chat Rails Aumbers? Bi Pad /isiessp 44#E RANk Rath Andlimn nm.skev PAUL MALONEY Chicago -based partici- pated n the Arbitron Webcast Ratings study for the first time in the February survey, and the company scored a nice victory, picking up seven of the top 75 slots. One of the MSN Chat Radio Channels programmed by RadioWave, the CHR/Pop "Hits Happen," broke into the top 0 with a No. 8 finish. But despite RadioWave's nice showing, its Aggregate Tuning Hours numbers are rather different than you might expect them to be if you simply looked at the number of people chatting in the MSN rooms that offer RadioWave programming. n each radio - enabled chat room, a selected MSN radio station launches as soon as a user enters. A small, integrated player at the bottom of the page shows the current song title and artist, a "Rate This Song" option and the next artist coming up. MSN Chat Radio is designed so that all individuals in a room who choose to listen to music hear the same station at the same time. Because thousands of people are chatting in MSN's rooms at any given moment, it seemed, when the deal between MSN and RadioWave was announced last year. that it might be a turning point in the evolution of nternet radio. Thousands of chatters listening to online audio at MSN potentially meant millions of new Aggregate Turning Hours. t could have been huge! A Glance Through The Rooms At pm on May 23, RA /Nstaffers did a manual count of the number of people in some MSN chat rooms. We found 2,795 people chatting in 92 rooms (under six general headings, including "Teens" and "Pop/Top 40 ") that we know play the "Hits Happen" t =rob mo....r q mtálts Chat r :io labs. a` ortiraar..--. Chat _.e-. >- Mat._»` Conehwed channel. Of course, the channel may be offered in other MSN rooms than the ones we checked, including user - created rooms, and it should also have picked up additional ATH through its affiliations with and But we know - not prime chatting time - that on that weekday afternoon there were close to 3,000 people who had "Hits Happen" readily available to them through an MSN chat room. So how many people really listened to "Hits Happen "? According to Arbitron, the channel picked up ATH of 98,400 in the month of February. Dividing that number by hour days, the channel had an average listenership at any given moment of 295 people. That's a huge drop -off from the nearly 3,000 chatters we found on our look through the MSN rooms. So how did thousands of chatters become only 295 radio listeners? Why Aren't They Listening? Hypothesis No. : The majority of chatters in the MSN rooms may be turning off the Chat Radio feature for technical reasons. They may feel it slows down their computers, they may not have the Windows Media Player installed, or they may not have sound cards or speakers. Hypothesis No. 2: Chatters may be turning off MSN Chat Radio because it doesn't match their musical tastes. Perhaps MSN has made a strategic error by forcing everyone in a chat room to listen to the same channel. After all, radio pros know that not all teens prefer CHR/Pop and not all people in their 20s prefer college rock. Not everyone drawn to "Chat San Diego" necessarily prefers country music, nor would everyone interested in the "Chat Philadelphia" room like to listen to hip -hop. Hypothesis No. 3: MSN's system allows users to participate in several chats simultaneously, so the 3,000 chatters we found logged in to 92 rooms could be many fewer actual human beings, each of whom is carrying on several conversations at once. People popping in and out of a number of chat rooms will likely turn off all but one of the rooms' music channels. Hypothesis No. 4: MSN's player interface is awkward - it's not the same elegant interface used in the players RadioWave has designed for radio stations - and the counterintuitive design may be deterring chatters from using the Chat Radio function. on Pige te June, 200 RiR 7 le A»Kiellee with Radii Awl!sterile! Newsletter LAMM! 6' KCRW: NPR With An Edge like NPR a lot, but it is, in a way, the Houston's restaurant of radio networks. t's nice, and it seems high- class, but mostly it's pretty much the same. Things may be shuffled around a bit from one station to the next, but all that means is that you hear All Things Considered at Sam instead of gam. So when first hit the KCRW/Los Angeles website ( was a little confused. had my ex- pectations, and KCRW didn't fit. ndeed, for a while thought 'd made a mistake and KCRW wasn't a public station after all; it was simply too bizarrely wonderful and - per the "About KCRW" page -the station is "National different. But, atter a bit of exploration, discovered that Public Radio's Southern California flagship." t is not, however, the same NPR you'll hear in Montana. NPR stations are known for their eclectic programming, and KCRW is more eclectic than most - and proud of it. The station's most popular shows are its Morning Becomes Eclectic music program and Sounds Eclectic, which is a weekly two -hour "best of" from the morning show. That's not to say, though, that the station is a hodgepodge. On the contrary, KCRW seems to have a very clear idea of what it wants to be, and that's public radio done L.A. -style (but in a good way). KCRW doesn't air NPR staples Prairie Home Com- panion and Car Talk. nstead it runs shows like Chocolate City, which it calls a "smooth, creamy mix of urban rhythm and soul," and Dragnet, featuring "a musical lineup of criminally overlooked tunes." Like most NPR stations. KCRW has a pretty good arsenal of news feeds, carrying segments from Public Radio nternational, the BBC and NPR, and it produces a fair number of original news, commentary and talk programs in- house. And how all of that comes together on the KCRW website is a beautiful thing. The site offers three streams: a simulcast of the on -air signal, a music -only stream and a talk -only stream. That kind of choice is a remarkably nice feature and nearly unique among radio -station websites. Many of KCRW's original shows are archived as well (though at a lower bitrate than the live streams), and the archives can be searched very easily with an on -site search engine. The page itself has all the elements to make a reviewer happy. Schedules, show information and station infor- mation are all in easy reach in a well- designed setting. The graphics on the pages may appear a little confusing at first, but because the pages are consistent in style and layout, it's an easy learning curve. There's lots of information available by following the "Public Arts" and "Public Newsroom" links, which lead to an assortment of excellent pages powered by Public Contha»d eel Pepe le

20 8 Ralt June i, 200 NTERNET NEWS & V E W S i Assacltlbn Will Radio And nternet Newsletter RadioWavecom Cuts Staff BY 30w On the heels of its successful first webcast ratings, has laid off 30% of its staff. Radio - Wave Chairman/CEO Bill Pearson told R&R that the company is cutting 5 of its 5 employees. He stressed that there has been no change in RadioWave's strategy or its services and that it is, in fact, picking up new customers. n RadioWave's first Arbitron Webcast Ratings report, the company's CHR/Pop "Hits Happen" channel ranked No. 8 in Aggregate Tuning Hours for February. n fact, "Hits Happen" was the most listened -to CHR channel in the ratings, with ATH of 98,400, and seven RadioWave channels appeared in Arbitron's top 75 for the month. Ron Smith, who programmed six of those channels, including "Hits Happen," told R&R that he is one of the casualties of the latest round of layoffs. RadioWave cut its staff by 5% last December. it llc Au^ vt l Pearson told R&R that the current downsizing was done to preserve cash. "We want to be as careful with our cash reserves as we can," he said. "Staying power is very important. t's not a great time to get new funding right now. t's always better to go to the market [for funding] when you want to, rather than when you have to." The Chicago -based RadioWave creates custom nternet -radio channels that combine advertising and e- commerce with streaming music for third -party sites in the RadioWave Network, including MSN,, ARTSTdirect and -Paul Maloney MediaAmerica Scales Back Web Division Advertising rep firm MediaAmerica is scaling back its interactive division and, in the process, dropping some of its smaller clients, company President Gary Schonfeld confirmed to R&R last week. MediaAmeri- ca COO /nteractive Division Michelle Jennings is planning to open her own ad rep company but will continue to work as an independent contractor for MediaAmerica. Schonfeld explained, "We've always believed in the nternet and in streaming. There's no question that we've scaled back the operation, but we're going to stay in streaming. The sales staff sells all platforms - radio, nternet and cable. We've repurposed some of MSN Chat Continued from Peps 7 Hypothesis No. 5: Weak spot sales may be hurting the quality of Chat Radio programming and driving listeners away. n all of our RANstaffers' listening last week, we heard exactly one spot - an Office Depot spot that excerpted Bachman Turner Overdrive's "Takin' Care of Business" - and we heard it over and over and over again. t was typically followed by one of a variety of Microsoft or MSN promos, but how many times will people listen to that same " Takin' Care of Business" spot before they give up and tune out? Hypothesis No. 6: nternet radio may not be relevant to the needs of chat -room participants. MSN probably envisioned thousands of happy people chatting about the songs that are playing on the radio channel they're all listening to, but most of what we saw was more along typical chat -room lines: "Kicker : any ladies wanna chat with a 20 /m from NC?... 5' 9" brown hair blue eyes... whisper me." =- 4 l,.,, -; the people from the streaming department to support those efforts." MediaAmerica is a division of Denver -based Jones Media Networks, which owns and operates a radio syndication business and two cable television networks. MediaAmerica's webcasting sales clients have included StreamAudio, SurferNetwork, Coollink,, and -Kurt Hanson Overall, the seven RadioWave channels used by MSN Chat that made the Arbitron top 75 got a total of 550,000 hours of listening, and it's statistically improbable that MSN's other 5 music channels (those that scored lower in the ratings) could have received more than another 450,000 or so hours combined. That suggests that MSN Chat Radio probably received no more than a total of about a million hours of listening. As a network, that would have been a good enough showing in January to put RadioWave and MSN in Arbitron's top five or six - behind NetRadio, Live365, GlobalMedia, ABC Radio Networks and StreamAudio, but well ahead of such players as Cablemusic, Corus Entertainment, Enigma Digital, Fisher and Bonneville. Not bad, but that million hours of listening breaks down to an average audience size of only about,500 people (based on hour days in a month) at any given moment. Perhaps it's understandable that, in spite of its ratings success, RadioWave feels it can't support a large staff of full -time programmers (see story, this page). Hot new music -related World Wide Web sites, cool cyberchats and other points of interest along the information superhighway. 'Net Chats On Monday (6/4), mmergent Records alt -rockers Bird3 tell you how to get those stains off your windshield, at 8pm ET, 5pm PT ( Also on Monday, rapper Tank tells you why camouflage isn't just a fashion statement, it's a way of life, at 8pm ET, 5pm PT ( Prefab pop stars Eden's Crush quote their favorite Bible verses and share their insight on the book of Genesis this Tuesday (6/5) at 8pm ET, 5pm PT (www. On The Web R.E.M.'s Peter Buds exposes Michael Stipe's hair - care tips this Friday (6/) during a video interview and performance at noon ET, gam PT ( This Saturday (6/2) House Of Blues begins a 24- hour video webcast of a recent American H-Fl show in Chicago. The fun begins at 3pm ET, noon PT (www. Eve 6 recently rocked House Of Blues Chicago. Catch a 24 -hour video webcast of the boys, starting at 3pm ET, noon PT ( On Thursday (6/7), DreamWorks' rising stars Ours join for a video interview and live performance at 6pm ET, 3pm PT. -Frank Correia Continued from Peps 7 ClOkiel/M Br nteractive ( an organiza- tion that supplies station -branded web content to the public broadcasting industry. Aside from the typical RealAudio and WindowsMedia streams, KCRW is available in Chaincast format. Chaincast is designed to overcome stream congestion by making listeners part of a "network" of sorts - the users' systems send the stream to other listeners who are closer to them than to the nearest streaming hub. n a way, that system underscores the whole community aspect of public radio. New Choices, New Challenges -Ralph Sledge New applications for nternet radio will certainly offer more opportunities for programmers to reach audiences, but they'll also pose challenges in measuring those audiences. Services like MSN Chat Radio, powered by, are just the beginning, and it will be interesting to see how companies like Arbitron adapt and expand their capabilities to continue to accurately measure online listening. As always, keep up with all the issues with RAN: Radio And nternet Newslet- ter, available every day at

21 NTERNET June, 200 Raft 9 what's Streaming Worth? got an odd phone call the other day from a Gospel station in Meridian. MS. looking for sonic advice on alternatives for streaming its audio. " was with BroadcastAmeric but haven't been able to find my station for some time now.' the man said. puzzled. When told him that the company was no longer in business, he seemed to be confused that no one told him. Then he floored me. 'The only people 've talked to want $250 a month to stream my station!" he cried. " haven't got $250 a month. want to do it for free - you know. with barter." felt like changing the subject to the value of inventory. but that's not why he called. did some quick calculations and saw that for $9 per day, about a dollar per business hour, he had presence on the 'Net. And he's no slacker: The ratings for his station at www. rmnline.cnm show that he's got a 2.5 share. Surely, even in market 28, could walk up and down Main Street and sell ad sponsorships at $250 a month all day long. To sponsor the web station 247 and get tons of mentions on the air and on the web? Why not? Are the spot rates in Meridian. or any mar- ket, so depressed that the value of inventory is throwaway? Or is the value of streaming on the 'Net so low that actually paying for it in cash is not worth it? f so. why was this man so des- perate to replace the streaming service he has? Maybe it's because there is an intrinsic value to having a station represented on the web via streaming. Maybe this gentleman has received letters from shut -ins or from people lis- tening in his bad coverage areas or from the elders in town (the fastest- growing group of computer users) about how much they appredate being able to hear the station in even better quality than off -in- the -distance AM. f that's the case, isn't a dollar an hour worth it to bring that signal to those people? f not, why does he care that he's going to lose his stream? Perhaps he ought to ask those people if they'd miss it. f they would, maybe they'd be willing to support the streaming by giving the David Lawrence station a couple of advertising leads that would pay for it. Or maybe, just maybe, they'd be interested in a subscription or in making a monthly offering that would keep the stream coming. f not, maybe it should just simply go away. Questions? Comments?, 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 25 -year radio veteran, Lawrence was a founder of the American Comedy Network. is the voice of America Online, and is a leading expert on Lnternet entertainment. When talked about Aimster CEO Johnny Deep in a previous column, noted the differences between Aimster and Napster - the oneto-one vs. one -to-any sharing, the legal aggressiveness and the. attitude toward the copyright laws. n the meantime, Aimster has been ordered to return its URLs to Network Solutions, only to have them turned over to AOL, and it has, indeed, been sued by the RAA for copyright infringement. More importantly, the quirky Deep has gone from being an interesting character to being an oddly nervous and almost too -happy guy whose argument has shifted from the issue of digital music to defending his decision to name the website Aimster after his daughter. Yep. Deep said that Aimster, which allows one to share any kind of LW TW e e U CHR/Pop ARTSTCLVTitle JANET All For You/ "You" DDO No AngeU"Thankyou" DESTNY'S CHLDSurvivor/ "Survivor" FEHOUSE No NameFace/"Hanging" SHAGGY Hot Shot/ "Angel" CODPLAY Parachutes/"Yellow" LENNY KRAVTZ Greatest Hitsi "Again" MELLY Country Grammar/ "Ride" MOST Play / "Southside" UNCLE KRACKER Double Wde/ "Follow" MELLYFURTA00 Whoa Neey!/ "Bird". NCUBUS Make Yourself /"Drive" CRAZY TOWN Gift Of Game/ "Butterfy" AGULERA, UL' KM, MYA a PNK Moulin Rouge!'Lady" JENNFER LOPEZ J.La/"Play" TRAN Drops 0Jupiter/ "Drops" 6 7 MADONNAMusrcc/ "Girt" 5 8 S CLUB 7 7/ "Dream" 8 9 LMP BZKT Chocolate Star/ish.../"Way" - 20 EOEN'S CRUSH Popstars/ "Yourself" LW TW ARTST CD/Title Country TM MCGRAW Set This Circus Down "Grown" DXE CHCKS Fy -Fall" LEANN RMES Need You/"Do" BROOKS 8 DUNN Steers & Stripes/"Nothing" KENNY CHESNEY Greatest Hits/ "Happen" JESSCA ANDREWS WholAm/ "Who" TRAVS TRTT Down The Road l G, "Great" GARY ALLAN Smoke Rings n The Dark/ "Right" FATH HLL Breathe/"Wings" SARA EVANS Born ToF,/ "Ask" DAMOND RO One More Day/ "Day" 2 LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance/ "Call" 9 3 BRAD PASLEY Part ///"Two" 5 4 MONTGOMERY GENTRY Carrying On/"Change" 5 TM RUSHLOW TimRushlow /"Misses" - 6 PHL VASSAR Phil Vassar/"Rose" ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You/"Somebody" GEORGE STRAT George Strait/ "Anything" LW TW AARON TPPN People Like Us/ "People" MARK MCGUNN Mark McGuin, "Steven" Hot AC ARTST CDTTitle DDO No Angel/ lhankyou" 2 2 LFEHOUSE No Name Face/ "Hanging" 4 3 LENNY KRAVTZ Greatest Hits," Again- 6 4 NCUBUS Make Yourself/ "Drive" All That You Can't Leave Behind/ "Beautiful." "Walk" 5 6 COLDPtAY Parachutes/ "Yellow" 0 7 MOBY Play / "Southside" 7 8 CREED Human Cray /"Arms" 9 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Everyday/ "Space" 9 0 JANET All For You/"You" 8 NELYFURTA00 Whoa Nelly! /"Bird" 2 2 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter/ "Drops" 3 3 MADONNAMusic/ "Tell" 4 4 AEROSMTH Just Push Play/ "Jaded" 5 5 UNCLE KRACKER Double Wide/ "Follow" 6 6 VERTCAL HORZON Everything You Want/ "Best" 7 7 FUEL Something Like Human/"Hemorrhage" 9 8 DAVD GRAY White Ladder /"Please" - 9 R.E.M. ReveaU"mitation" 20 STNG Brand New Day/ "Rain" LS/T AMY QßAOL? file on an encrypted path between two people over nstant Messaging services, did not get its name by adding the AM of AOL nstant Messenger to the "ster" in Napster. "No," he said, "that's not it at all. My daughter, Amy, has had a nickname all her life: Aimster. And that's the truth. That's where it's from." When asked why the site is all about sharing and playing digital music files and why there's really nothing about Amy on the site, other than her slinky picture, Deep said, "Hey, we haven't had a chance to put any of her merchandise up there yet. We're not going to be rushed to do so, but that's the purpose of the site." And all this time we were mistaken. Silly us. - David Lawrence LW TW ARTST CD/Title Urban JANET Alt For You/ "You" DESTNY'SCHLDSurvnrod "Survivor" 2PAC Until The End Of Time/ "End" NDA.ARE Acoustic Sou"Video" SUNSHNE ANDERSON Your Woman/ "Bet ore" MUSO Aquswanaseing/ "Love" R. 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22 and 20 R&R June, 200 Newsbreakers Hill Hired As PD At 'MAK/Nashville Randy Hill has been named PD at South Central Communications' Oldies WMAK/Nashville, effective June 3. He fills the vacancy created when Dave LaBrozzi moved to the OM post at WJJJ & WWSW/Pittsburgh (R &R 4/3). Hill has spent 2 /2 years as PD of Clear Channel's KHYL/Sacramento. KHYL was a '60s -based Oldies station that moved to Rhythmic Oldies in May 999. Hill's resume also includes a seven -year stint as OM for Triathlon's KSPZ & KVUU/Colorado Springs. South Central/Nashville VP/GM Craig Jacobus said. "Randy's solid track record and team -building ability are just what is needed to take WMAK to new heights." Continued from Page used nside Radio to commit "tortious and wrongful acts" that have resulted in "unjust loss and injury to Clear Channel." Although the new suit excludes charges of libel and racketeering found in the earlier suit - and skimps on the tit- for -tat details seen in the original - the nuts and bolts remain the same in a five -count complaint that now seeks no less than $40 million in damages related to interference with business and another $0 million in punitive damages. t also seeks a trial by jury - perhaps betting that Texas - based Clear Channel might find sympathetic jurors in the Lone Star state - and asks the court to permanently enjoin Del Colliano and nside Radio "from interfering with Clear Channel's business operations." The suit, which likens nside Radio's style to that of "a supermarket tabloid," says Clear Channel had enjoyed an "excellent repu- Gaines Makes `Eye' Contact With WPU/N. Y. Artemis recording artist Jeffrey Gaines recently performed a special show for WPLJ /New York at the city's China Club. During the show he performed his cover of Peter Gabriel's in Your Eyes." Pictured (l -r) are Artemis VP /Promotion Todd Glassman and Chairman /CEO Danny Goldberg. WPLJ VP /Programming Tom Cuddy, Gaines. manager Diane Dragonette and Artemis President Daniel Glass. tation in the radio industry" that helped ensure that "Clear Channel could hire and retain top -quality personnel and fill all of its advertising airtime through commitments from media buyers." The suit also claims that Del Colliano used his publication as a weapon, delivering unfavorable press as a "vehicle to pressure radio broadcasting industries and their executives into doing his bidding," by either forcing them to buy subscriptions to or advertise in the publication. "Despite that publication's reckless disregard for the truth," the suit says, many in the industry "believe or are influenced by the stories." Del Colliano's motive, Clear Channel asserts, has been and continues to be to get Clear Channel to "purchase nside Radio at an exorbitant amount well above its actual worth." While the new suit does not mention any other company or executives, the refiling of the case sparked a series of nside Radio pieces about the suit last week. One included a report that Westwood One Chairman Norm Pattiz, Cumulus President/CEO Lew Dickey and broker Gary Stevens had signed affidavits disavowing any knowledge of a shakedown by Del Colliano. But the latest edition of the nsidelnsideradio newsletter, which Clear Channel Radio CEO Randy Michaels has previously admitted to co- authoring, said Clear Channel intends to investigate those claims: "Far from avoiding becoming involved in this lawsuit, some who have signed Jerry's statements will find themselves right in the middle of center stage." Del Colliano told R &R. "Randy can't bully us. We will stand up to him." He added that he was "hearing a lot of 'congratulations' from people in the industry" after the federal suit was dropped. "t's the same old thing with Randy: t's more about him than it is Clear Channel. t doesn't go away. t's like a bad disease - you can't get rid of it." When informed of Del Colliano's remarks. Michaels said, "Unbelievable." EXECUTVE ACTON Dougherty Now Columbia Assoc. Nat'l Dir. /Alt. Columbia Records has boosted Ted Dougherty to Assoc. National Director /Alternative Promotion. Based in New York, he reports to VP /Promotion Nan Fisher and will concentrate on secondary markets. Dougherty had been working in Columbia's college and metal radio department since August 998. From he was an air personality at WSOU, the Seton Hall University radio station based in South Orange, NJ. During that period, from September to December 997 he also served as a promotion intern at Atlantic Records. Dougherty was also a promotion intern with Columbia Records between January and June 998. Dougherty Metro/Shadow Ups Yeager To SVP/News Division Yeager has been elevated from VP /News Operations to Sr. VP/ ews Division for Metro Networks/Shadow Broadcast Services. The 0 -year company veteran will be responsible for managing overall operations and affiliate relations for all news programming at Metro Source, Metro /Shadow's wire and audio service. Before joining Metro/Shadow Yeager was PD at KFWB/Los Angeles and an anchor at WNS /New York and KYW /Philadelphia. Yeager is based in Los Angeles and reports to Metro/Shadow President/COO Chuck Bortnick. "Bill has given Metro Networks/Shadow Broadcast Services' news operations invaluable expertise and credibility." Bortnick said. "We look forward to Bill helping the company achieve a new level of success in the news arena." Live365 Elevates Schenk To VP Position John Schenk has been promoted from Sr. Director to VP /Strategic Development at nternet -radio company Live365. He will continue to serve as the company's lead liaison for record -label relations. "Since joining our staff in May of last year, and having brought 2 years of experience working in the music and entertainment industries, John Schenk has been invaluable to the company's continued development and explosive growth," said Exec. VP /Corporate Strategy John Jeffrey. "His expertise and leadership in this newly expanded role will undoubtedly continue to help Live365 maintain its competitive advantage as the biggest name in nternet radio" Schenk joined Live365 from Epic Records Group. where he was Sr. Director /Strategic Planning 8 Analysis. Before that he was Director /Financial Analysis at Arista Records. Convention Continued from Page winners will be announced. Aguilera, along with Lil' Kim, Mya and Pink, are enjoying No. status on the CHR/Pop charts with "Lady Marmalade" from the Moulin Rouge soundtrack. This marks the third time Aguilera has reached No. : her debut album produced two smash hits. including "Genie in a Bottle" and "What a Girl Wants." Emmis Radio President Doyle Rose has been added to "The Quiet Companies." a Friday -afternoon Hot AC session featuring the heads of several smaller but important radio groups. Rose will join Bonneville's Bruce Reese, Journal Broadcast Group's Carl Gardner and Saga's Steve Goldstein for the executive roundtable. Nina Blackwood, former MTV Viand host of United Stations' internationally syndicated weekly radio program Entertainment Etpress, will discuss the '80smusic phenomenon at the session. Also added to the convention lineup is Trumpet Swan recording artist Sophie B. Hawkins, who will perform during Friday's AC session. Musician John Tesh and keyboardist -songwriter Jim Brick - man will present AC ndustry Achievement Awards to radio and records executives that same day. Meanwhile. Heartless Records will present up- and -coming artists The Donz at Friday afternoon's Urban session, which is slated to feature Rev. Dr. Al Sharpton. The Donz will perform material from their debut CD, Ser. Lies and Audiotape. R &R Convention 200 has evolved into a who's who of the radio and record industries with an unbelievable lineup that includes the 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton, as well as Stevie Nicks, Larry King, Access Hollywood's Pat O'Brien and Nancy O'Dell. Rick Dees. Shelby Lynne. Nikka Costa, Dave Navarro. The Guess Who, John Waite, The Doobie Brothers. saxophonist Eric Marienthal, The Mike Plume Band, Moke, Canela, Tim Easton, The Baka Boyz and more to be announced. Convention attendees should be reminded that airfares requiring a seven -day advance purchase must be arranged by June 6. Analyst Continued from Page 3 when she appeared on CNBC with Merrill Lynch Sr. Portfolio Manager Paul Meeks on Saturday. "Cumulus has been broken, but they have brought in people who are fixing it," Lisanti said. She added that Cumulus is "not only a very good long -term investment, but, also a very good short-term investment "Cumulus was down 0 cents to close at $2.25 on Tuesday. RateTheMusic Continued from Page participate each week. Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks, acquired last year. Respected consultant and co-founder Bill Richards subsequently joined Clear Channel Communications as a regional Sr. VP /consultant, and RTM co- founder Mark Bolke, who remains based in the Minneapolis area, now serves as Exec. Director of Former radio programmer. consultant Mark Todd continues to run systems for RTM based in Orlando. " pioneered the field of nternet music testing." Mediabase President Rich Meyer remarked. "t has clearly emerged as the industry leader in this area. As the product continues to evolve, and as sample sizes continue to soar, RTM will become an even more essential component in day - to-day programming and in strategic label planning. We are thrilled to join forces with R &R to provide this powerful information to the industry every week." Bolke added, "The growth rate and acceptance of the RateThe- system and the data it can produce for radio stations and record labels has been phenomenal. Many of the biggest stations in the U.S., Europe and Canada, as well as virtually every major record label. have used the RateThe- system and witnessed its highly predictive. interactive and cost -effective qualities." R &R Direetor/Chans & Formats Kevin McCabe remarked, "Rate - has demonstrated enormous value as a powerful early predictor of hits in all seven formats. The information has been a great complement to our weekly HOTFAX publications, and by introducing the results in the newspaper, we fulfill a long -range plan of being the industry's exclusive publisher of this accurate and credible information."

23 Ne wsbr eal frers June, 200 RER 2 COURTNEY PONELL is upped to Assoc. Dir./ Street Marketing & Promotion at Elektra Entertainment Group. He was most recently MgrJRap & Street Promotion. Powell SETH ROTH- STEN is promoted to VP /Jazz Marketing at Legacy Recordings. He was most recently Sr. Dir. /Jazz Market- ing. Rothstein CHRONCLE Columbia Records Group EVP/ Promotion Charlie Walk, wife Lauren, son Jagger Reid Walk, May 22. Hootie & The Blowfish singer Darius Rucker, wife Beth, daughter Daniella Rose, May 6. CONDOLENCES Jazz singer Susannah Mc- Corkle, 55, May 2. NATONAL RADO FORMATS ABC RAD NETWORKS Phil Nall Hot AC Steve Nichols No Adds StarStatioe Peter Stewart No Adds Active Rock Steve Young/Craig Altmaler DAVE NAVARRO Recall STATC -K Tna s Not Heritage Rock Steve Young/Craig Altmaler DAVE NAVARRO Recall STANN Outsde Tom Schism Net AC Store Young/Josh Hosier No Adds CM Steve Young/Josh Nosier DESTNY S CHLD Booyl c ous Changes Radio: Karl Meyer rises to SVP/ ntegrated Marketing at Radio Unica... Sean Casey is named GM of the KGGF Radio Group in Coffeyville/ndependence, KS... The syndicated Steve and DC show adds KYQQ /Wichita: WGMO /Shell Lake, W; and KRKU/McCook, NE as affiliates. Alternative: Citadel's WRAX/Birmingham inks WXSR/Fallahassee. FL's Tim Thule and Kevin Kline to a three -year deal for wakeups. CHR: WHT /Washington announces its lineup: 5:30-0am, Mark & Kris in the Morning; 0am -3pm, K.T. Harris; 3-6pin, Albie Dee: 6-0pm. Mark Anthony; and Opm -tam, Ric Chill WCHH /Charlotte announces new hires: Nicole Gates, Dir./ PROS ON THE LOOSE Veteran South Florida radio personality Don Cox (a.k.a. Cox On The Radio); ; ArtrsVTile 'N SYNC Pop AARON CARTER Bounce BACKSTREET BOYS The Call 3.W No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) 'N SYNC Bye Bye Bye ATEENS Bouncing Off The Ceiling (Upside Down) DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird AARON CARTER That's How Beat Shag LESLE CARTER Like, Wow DA MUTTZ Whassup 0 -TOWN All Or Nothing EFFEL 65 Blue (Da Ba Dee) BAHA MEN Who Let The Dogs Out DREAM This s Me A*TEENS Halfway Around The World 'N SYNC ts Gonna Be Me VTAMN C Graduation (Friends Forever) BRTNEY SPEARS Stronger KRYSTAL HARRS Supergirl Playlist for the week ending May 28. News & Public Relations; Lori Mack, Public Affairs Director/ middays; Steve Robinson. evenings; Kirk Anderson. mixer; Jerry White, mixer, Jon Prather, Dir./Marketing & Promotions; and Eric Henderson, Promotions Street Coordinator... KJYO /Oklahoma City nighttimer The Fitz joins KHKS/Dallas for nights... KYLZJ Albuquerque promotes middayer DJ Lopez to MD... Here's the new lineup at WXX /Green Bay, W: mornings, Murphy in the Morning; early middays, MD David Burns: middays, OM/PD Dan Stone: afternoons, Luke Sanders: nights, Otis: and overnights, Scotty G... Former WKQX /Chicago morning co -host Erin Carman joins WWVZ & WWZZ/Washington for morning co -host duties... KSEQ /Fresno morning driver Danny P transfers to sister KHTN /Merced, CA for mornings... WZEE/Madison, W maging Director / nighttimer Cameron Knight exits. Christian: Morning hosts Doug Griffin and Karla Lawson exit WAYM/Nashville. Replacing them are network PD Doug Hannah and 'AYM afternoon talent Marcia Ware. Total Plays News/Talk/Sports: KXXT /Santa Barbara, CA debuts a Business and Sports format as "AM 340 The Game." ts new lineup is: 5-6am, Bloomberg on the Money; 6-9am, Bottom Line With Rob Black; 9amnoon, Jim Rome; noon - pm. FOX Sports; -4pm, Dan Patrick; and 4-7pm, Ray on the Money. Other programming includes Los Angeles Dodgers baseball, Monday Night Football. NFL Sundays and business reports from Bloomberg throughout the day. Smooth Jazz: Steve 'Harris becomes the new morning host at WQCD/New York. Triple A: WXRT -FM /Chicago promotes John Farneda to Asst. PD and James Van Osdol to MD. Records: Glenn Aure joins Priority Records as National Crossover Promotion Director... Kira Williams is named A &R Administrator at 43 Records... Beth Adler rises to SVP /Business Affairs at Sony Classical,,. Joseph Salvo rejoins Sony Music Entertainment as VP /Sr. Counsel... Arista Records promotes Dorsey James to SVP/Human Resources & Employee Development and appoints Jason Suttile Dir. /Human Resources... The Atlantic Group appoints Michael Kushner SVP/ Business & Legal Affairs... Elektra Marketing appoints Raddi Newman Dir./Field Marketing & Merchandising and Heather Chambers Dir. /Media Buying. At the same time the Elektra Entertainment Group promotes Janine Horton to Nat'l Sales Mgr./Urban... Hollywood Records appoints Jay Scava Dir. /Artist Development... BM's Media Licensing Department promotes John Coletta to Sr. Dir. /Business Affairs, Christine glesias to Director and Mollie Chaney to Manager... Jonathan Caron rises to Dir. /Copyright Systems Administration at Universal Music Group... Brian Kelleher joins Sony Classical as VP /A &R Administration... Sony Music promotes Sandy Lorenzo to VP /Marketing Services... Ginny Peirats rises to SVP /Finance & Administration. and Luana Pagani rises to SVP/ Marketing at Sony Music nternational, Latin Region... Randy Haecker rises to Assoc. Dir. /Media Relations at Legacy Recordings... Adam Pollock joins Classic Rock Chris Miller No Adds Touch Hon Davis No Adda Doug Banks Morning Show Gary Saunders No Adds Tom Joyner Morning Show Vic Omens Noma war ALTERNATVE PROGRAMMNG Steve Knoll Gary Knoll Rock BRAND NEW MMORTALS Reasons Why CALLNG Wherever You Win Go THE CULT Rise Alternative ALEN ANT FARM Smooth Criminal THE CULT Rise FROM ZERO Check Ya OFFSPRNG Million Miles Away CNR 'N SYNC Pop Mainstream AC BLESSD UNON OF SOULS That's The Go JEFFREY GANES n Your Eyes RCKY LOVE Because 0 You TANTRC Breakdown WALLFLOWERS Letters From The Wasteland Lite AC EVA CASSDY Over The Rainbow JO DEE MESSNA Burn NAC PATT AUSTN Love's Been Kind To Me Lately STEVE COLE From The Start ENPA Only Time KRK WHALUM (God Must Have...l A Link._. L JAGGED EDGE Where The Party At JLL SCOTT The Way ERCK SERMON Music USHER U Remind Me JONES RAD NETWORKS Male PrograaarFlog/Coesenleg Kee Moultrie dí Alternative Teresa Cook GOOSMACK Greed LFEHOUSE Sick Cycle Carousel Mammoth Records as Dir./Marketing... Dan Hofiman joins Razor & Tie Entertainment as EVP/ Business & Legal Affair... Axel Nierhofi is named Sr. Dir. /S &T Applications at BMG Entertainment... Gregory Curtis joins FOX Music nc. as Creative Dir./ Music Publishing. ndustry: Pick The Hits appoints Keith Ellis President/COO and Kevin McGrail Chief Technology Officer... DMX Music names SUGAR RAY When ts Over Rhythmic CNR Steve Young/Josh Hosier JAGGED EDGE Where The Parry Al LL' ROMEO My Baby Soft AC Mike Bettelli Mainstream AC Mike Bettelli Delilah Mike Bettelli "N Ado,. Dave Wingert Show Mike Bettelli No Adds 24 HOUR FORMATS Jon Holiday Adult Hit Radio JJ McKay R.E.M. mitahon 0 Life Rock Classics Jon Holiday No Adds Adult Contemporary Rick Brady RADO ONE NETWORKS Choice AC Yvonne Day No Adds New Rock Steve Leigh FUEL Bad Day DAVE NAVARRO Recall SEVEN MARY THREE Wad WESTW000 ONE RADO NETWORKS Charlie Cook Bob Blackburn Adelt Rock & Roll Jell Comer No Adds MAC Al* Feller FATH HLL There You'll Be Bright AC Jim Hays NCUBUS Drrve SUGAR RAY When t's Over Brad Senesac Dir. /Affiliate Sales & Marketing, Eastern Region.. Ed Hunt is appointed VP /Clien Relations at The Harry Fox Agency... Leyla Turkkan rises to VP/Music Development for BET nteractive... Susan Kantor is named SVP /Creative Director at VH... Music Buddha nc. appoints Martin Hall to its board of directors and appoints Paul Zamek, Tom Morgan, Jim Wood and Robert Weber to its advisory board.

24 22 RAR June, 200 Show MONDAY, JUNE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3 i. i i. National German Chocolate Cake Day 979/Actor Marion Michael Morrison. better known as John Wayne. dies following a fight with can- cer. 98 /The first baseball strike in major - league history begins. 982 /The Steven Spielberg- directed film ET. The Extra- Terrestrial opens. t grosses over $00 million in its first month of theatrical release. 999 /Actor Deforest Kelley, best known as Dr. "Bones" McCoy on TV's Star Trek. dies from stom- ach cancer. Born: Jacques Cousteau , Vince Lombardi Joe Montana 956 la Music History 949 /Hank Williams makes his Grand Ole Opry debut. He's a hit, and he plays with the Opry many times before his drinking gets him fired in /Frank Zappa considers running for president, saying. "How could manage things any worse than they already are'?" Born Frank Beard (ZZ Top) 949 TUESDAY, JUNE 2 National Peanut Butter Cookie Day 939/The Baseball Hall of Fame is formally dedicated in Cooperstown. NY 963 /The S40 million epic Cleopatra. starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. opens at the Rivali Theatre in New York City. 985 /Hockey great Wayne.Gretzky wins his sixth Hart Trophy, awarded annually to the NHL's most valuable player 999 /Actor David Arquette weds actress Courteney Cox s she really going out with him? n Music History 957 /Jerry Lee Lewis' "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" appears on the sales charts for the first time - on the country chart. 992/k.d. lang cancels a show in Ontario after cattle ranchers threaten to jam the parking lot with farming equipment. The ranchers were irritated by her "Meat Stinks" commercials for an animal- rights group. Born: Chick Cores 94. Bun E. Carlos (Cheap Trick) 95, Brad Delp (Boston) 95 National Juggling Day 948/At Yankee Stadium in New York, Babe Ruth's uniform is retired. Two months later the baseball legend dies. 983 /After a decade in space, Pioneer 0, the world's first outer -planetary probe. leaves the solar system. Born: Tim Allen 953. Ally Sheedy 962. Ashley Olsen 986, Mary-Kate Olsen 986 _. ;'..L;,.... Mask 970 /The Beatles top the charts for the last time, with "Long and Winding Road." At the same time Let ltbeis No. among albums. 992 /The lee -T b Body Count song "Cop Killer" starts a controversy as law- enforcement agencies in Texas ask for a ra- dio ban on the record. Several retail chains take the record off the shelves, but it is widely de- fended as valid commentary on police brutality. Social critic THURSDAY, JUNE 4 Flag Day 777/ During the American Revolution. the Continental Congress adopts the "Stars and Stripes" as the national flag. Hence. the first Flag Day 834 /Sandpaper is patented. 940 /The German army captures and occupies Paris Born Donald Trump 946. Yasmine Bleeth 968. Stefii Graf 969 n Music History 953 /Elvis Presley graduates from high school and goes to work driving a truck. 995/Diane Sawyer interviews Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley midway through their brief marriage. Lisa de- clares. "Yes, we do have sex, and we sleep in the same bed." Somebody must care - the show tops the week's ratings. Born: Alan White (Yes) 949, Boy George 96 FRDAY, JUNE /George Washington becomes Commander in Chief of the Continental Army. 836/Arkansas officially becomes the 25th U.S. state. 844 /Charles Goodyear of New York City patents vulcanized rubber, which is later used in automobile tires with Goodyear's name on them. Goodyear himself, however, never benefits from his invention and dies povertystricken. Born: Helen Hunt 963, Courteney Cox 964 n Mask History 9634tyu Sakamoto's "Ueo Muite Ariko," dubiously retitled "Sukiyaki" for American re-. lease, tops the U.S charts - the only song in Japanese ever to do so. 965 /Bob Dylan gets plugged in, recording like a Rolling Stone" with electric guitars. 968 /Guitar legend Wes Montgom- i - RR.aR-..R,-.i err dies of a heart attack at age 45. Born: Waylon Jennings 937, Harry Nilsson Prep SATURDAY, JUNE 6 R RR R Rt..- National Fudge Day 972/Actor Robert Wagner weds actress Natalie Wood. 978 /The film adaptation of Grease. a success on the Broadway stage, premieres in New York City. 980/ The Blues Brothers, starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd, opens in Chicago. 98/ The Chicago Tribune purchases the Chicago Cubs baseball team from P.K. Wrigley Chewing Gum Co. for $20.5 million. The Wrigley family had owned the team for more than 60 years. : b Moak History 982 /Pretenders guitarist James Honeyman-Scolt dies of drug - related causes in London. Bassist Pete Famdon had been kicked out of the band for drug use lust two days before: he's dead of an overdose within a year 987 /The Grateful Dead release n the Dark. which includes their one and only top 0 single. "A Touch of Grey." Born Billy "Crash" Craddock 939, Gino Vanelli 952 SUNDAY, JUNE 7 National Apple Strudel Day 856 /The Republican Party holds its first national convention, in Philadelphia. 994 /After a now- infamous flight from justice in a White Ford Bronco, witnessed by millions on live television, O.J. Simpson surrenders to Los Angeles police, who charge him with the double murder of his ex -wife. Nicole Brown Simpson. and her friend, Ronald Goldman. if.. Well have that O.J. to go... Born: Art Bell 945. Greg Kinnear 963, Jason Patric 966 M Neste History 965 /The Mollies release "Carrie Ann," widely understood to be about pop singer and woman - about -town Marianne Faith - full. 997/A sore throat forces Ozzy Osbourne to drop out of an Ozzfest appearance in Columbus, OH. Disappointed head - bangers tear down barriers and set fires. Born: Barry Manilow Brida Connolly B Frank Correia Britney's Growing Up! Us Weeklys cover girl, BrHney Spears, tells the 'zine that she's grown up quite a bit since she first burst onto the music scene - "'m a totally different person than was two years ago," she says. " look at old pictures of myself and go, 'What was thinking?'" - and she wants to contribute more to her third album: " want to start saying things that are me. have started to feel so many things. Some of it is uplift- ing. Some stuff is depressing. t really depends on the day and what's going on. But want to share these feelings with the world." So what's up with her relationship with her boyfriend, 'N Sync's Justin Timberlake? "Have we had sex?" she says. "That's something that, you know, 'd like to keep personal. want to wait to have sex until 'm married. do. want to wait. But it's hard." Spears is one of the crop of current teen idols profiled in the Globe's special section "Teen dols: Where Are They Now?" So what did ever happen to such past teen idols as Shaun Cassidy, David Cassidy, Rex Smith. Bobby Sherman. Paul Anka, Donny Osmond and The Monkees' Davy Jones? The 'zine provides the scoop. Christina Aguilera is about to release a new album - or is she? Entertainment Weekly reports that the singer recently asked a judge to shelve Warlock Records' forthcoming disc Just Be Free, because it consists of "basement recordings" of her music. Warlock has apparently acquired some of Aguilerá s early tracks. - Back To We Paul McCartney and Celine Dion are returning to the concert stage - but not together. According to Us Weekly, McCartney will tour for the first time in eight years playing a series of worldwide concerts in support of his latest solo album, which is due out in September. And Dion, who put her career on hold last year to have a baby, will return to the stage in March 2003 to headline at a 4,000 -seat amphitheater that is being built at Las Vegas' Caesar's Palace. She will perform at the venue 200 nights a year for three years. The Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines also plans to take a year off to care for her new baby, according to the Globe. But the layoff could cost the group more than 540 million in lost earnings, says the 'zine. Rage Against The Machine FOLLOWNG HS HEART - Billy Joel will record one of his classical compositions with classically trained concert pianist Hyuang -Ki Joe this summer. He expects that critics will rip it to shreds, but he doesn't care. He tells Us Weekly, " am derivative, but the notes are mine; they come from my soul. What 'm doing now is coasting. 'm irrelevant musically right now" are coming back, but with a new lead singer. EW reports that the band is re- forming with ex- Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell and plans to enter the studio soon to record a new album. if you stick around long enough, you don't have to practice," says comedian Harry Shearer, who tells People that the fictional rock band Spinal Tap - featuring himself and actors Michael McKean and Christopher Guest - will perform at Carnegie Hall June 4 as part of the Toyota Comedy Festival. Mick Jagger has definitely stuck around. t's even rumored in the Star that he's recording a solo album. A One -A And A Two -A... The record executives say, 'We love music.' You love music? You can't even tap your foot on the two and the four," Prince tells Us Weekly. " am a white man trapped in the body of a black man!" ke Turner exclaims in Rolling Stone. He continues, "See, most black people, they hear a song, they feel the beat on the two and the four. And white people, they feel it on the one and the three. feel it on the one, the two, the three and the four!" Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio tells Rolling Stone about the band's future after its breakup. "Phish had a natural life span for that period, and it ended," he says. "That's not to say that it won't start up again, but think everyone is happy to get a break. Phish got to the point last year where if we didn't get out and have a life outside of Phish, there would be no Phish. t was threatening to be the monster that ate himself. There was no room for anything else in anyone's life." - Deborah Overman Each week R&R sneaks a peek through the nation's consumer magazines in search of everything from the sublime to the ridiculous in music news. R&R has not verified any of these reports.

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26 24 MR June, 200 AL PETERSON com News/Talk/Sports WOR: The Big Apple's Enduring Tradition Bucking the trends by favoring entertainment over politics Omy a few radio stations in America can honestly be called legendary and contemporary at the same time. WOR/New York is one of those stations. The Buckley Broadcasting -owned 50kw giant has been a part of the fabric of New Yorkers' lives for more than eight decades. Some of the true greats of radio and show business have called WOR home - Jean Shepherd. Bob and Ray. Arlene Francis, Milton Berle and Harry Morgan, to name just a few. Today the station continues to make history, bucking the David Bim trend of modem - day talk programming by featuring a lineup of hosts who tend to favor entertainment over political ideology. Overseeing programming at WOR's historic 440 Broadway studios is PD Deviid Bernstein. A 30- year industry veteran who was born and raised in New York City, Bernstein was hired as Program Director of the station in 995. " read in R &R that the PD was leaving WOR." says Bernstein. " called [GM] Bob Bruno and told him that did what perceived to be what WOR needed. grew up listening to the station, and knew the history of both the market and WOR intimate- ly. We met, and the rest. as they say, is history." R &R: Given the fact that you grew up listening to the station, what was it like than first day when you.sat down in your office as the Program Director of WOR? DB: That's easy to remember, because it honestly happens to me every day. walk into a building that has housed this station since 926. am very much aware of not only WOR's history in the market. but also its heritage and the place that it holds in the hearts and minds of New York City listeners. To many people WOR is not just a radio station, it's pan of their family. When changes are made, listeners take them very personally. So don't make changes with a cavalier attitude. truly do take that aspect of my job very seriously. R &R: How hard is it to maintain a balance between taking advantage of that heritage and not letting it mire the station in the past? DB: There needs to be mutual respect between the station and the au- dience. We need to have the same re- spect for our listeners that we hope they have for the station. People tend to resist change - that's just human nature - but we have to be willing to make needed changes to remain current and viable without sacrificing the heritage and mist that it has taken WOR decades to build with the audience. Listeners come to this station with certain expectations. f we do not meet those. we'll disappoint them. And if you disappoint listeners often enough. they will simply go away and never come back. R &R: What was the first step you took toward teaching an old dog new tricks upon your arrival'' DB: The first major step recall taking was instituting live overnight programming instead of the prerecorded "best of' shows that were running when arrived. felt very strongly that á SOkw station in New York City - the city that never sleeps - should be live all night long. Our first live overnight show was hosted by Bob Aaronson. Sadly, just a few weeks after he began, Bob suffered a severe accident that left him unable to continue working in broadcasting. "People tend to resist change - that's just human nature - but we have to be willing to make needed changes to remain current and viable without sacrificing the heritage and trust that it has taken WOR decades to build with the audience." next turned to Joey Reynolds. someone 'd considered hiring at several stations 'd programmed prior to coming here. But it never seemed to be quite the right fit until came to WOR. Joey was just the change that WOR needed. He's fresh and unpredictable. yet at the same time he has that storytelling ability that, to me, is reminiscent of the late Jean Shepherd. Joey really touches listeners. and they are passionate about him. As a PD, couldn't ask for more. Adding Joey to our lineup is probably the first move we made that made me feel confident that WOR's audience was ready to expand. R &R: Unlike a lot of Talk stations today. WOR's lineup doesn't.seem to reflect any particular political ideology or agenda. s that a fair assessment? DB: Absolutely. Some might even consider it to be kind of an eclectic mix. t's really more like a television station. For example, in middays we go from a show like Dr. Joy Browne -a personal -advice program - to Joan Hamburg - whose focus is on consumers and celebrities - to talk about food with Arthur Schwartz, and then to the Dolan, with financial talk and advice. To my mind it all makes perfect sense. Every day real people deal with relationships, food finance and other corsumrsr issues in their lives: so it's perfectly natural to jump from topic to topic every day, because that's how real life works. Politics is only a small part of what people talk about. R &R: Let :s talk about some of the other iersorudities on WOR. How did the station's relationship with Joan Rivers come about? DB: When Barry Gray passed away in 996 and was seeking a replacement for him. had Joan Rivers in mind. Frankly, didn't know her or have any relationship with her. and 'm not sure why thought about her - maybe it was as simple as her trademark line. 'Can we talk?' felt that Joan would not only be refreshing. funny and irreverent, but also someone who had a lot of life experiences to bring to the show. Her highs in life have been very high, and her lows have been remarkably low, but through it all she has always been very public and upfront about everything that has happened to her. And that's what a good talk show host needs to be: honest. opinionated and willing to take the hits. Joan very definitely falls right into that category. R &R: What made you decide to bring Bob Grant on -board for afternoon drive after his much -publicized firing at WABC? DB: We agreed that Bob would be a terrific jolt for the station, even though he was so heavily associated with what WABC was all about. We ä WS. Atlanta Chloago WOW Boston KTW Houston WO =alt Fnnoiaoo KLAX Los Amides MY ANltanfy Kim Komando touchable "n a world of talk radio that fails to capture listeners, Kim brings great energy, ptality and revenue." Mike Elder, Director nlo atons, Wt3 Chicago TalkRadio's # Computer & nternetshow a o The Digital Goddess! Now over 350 stations. That's almost every market. _ But just in case we missed you, give us a call..l 3 DokRadio :24=7,7= KCMG Kansas City KFY Phoenix K$TPi haneapóìls Lïís ragas WKC ndllì WVA RiclMnótid

27 Ne ws/talk/sports June, 200 RaR 25 had some concerns that bringing him in could actually offend some P lis- teners. but we were banking on the idea that with 30 yeah in the market he had a lot of fans who would seek him out. We also felt that many New Yorkers would support the idea that Bob should not have been silenced for expressing his opinions. Ultimately. if you have a host no one dislikes or disagrees with, there's a good chance that show will never get noticed. We were willing to take the chance of having a controversial personality like Bob go on the air at WOR and letting the audience decide for themselves. That is the essence of what Talk radio is really all about. R &R: OK. lets get your take on the other WOR personalities. Tell the about Dr. Joy Browne. DB: Joy brings intelligence and a personal insight that is just not heard on the radio today. She offers advice that find to be impeccable and delivers it with true entertainment val- ue. Every call is a fascinating peek into our society and a glimpse of problems and issues that most of us face. but few of us want to talk about. And she deals with them all within the moral code of the caller. not the moral code of Joy Browne. R &R: What is it about Joan Hamburg that:c made her such a fixture on the New York radio dial? DB: Joan hosts one of the most entertaining and helpful programs have ever heard on radio. She deals with consumer issues that are truly helpful to people, and she also has a unique talent for getting celebrities to talk about things that you would never expect them to in an interview. She has a keen sense of humor and an unbeatable knowledge of her audience that few personalities on radio can touch. in my opinion. R &R: Does the addition of the new monthly.segment with Senator Hillary Clinton speak to either the stations or to Jmut Hamburg's political leanings? DB: Neither. Joan has proven to Hillary that she doesn't want Hillary to come on as part of some political agenda. She wants her on because she believes Hillary really has something to say. Hillary Clinton was elected by New Yorkers to the U.S. Senate. and that puts her in a position to have something to say that's relevant to our listeners. We offered her the microphone at WOR, and it was Joan Hamburg's show that made her feel comfortable enough to accept that offer. R &R: Let's move on to Ken and Darla Dolan and Dr. Ronald Hoffman. DB: Ken and Dania may be the two nicest people in the business. but they won't use their congeniality to "Ultimately, if you have a host no one dislikes or disagrees with, there's a good chance that show will never get noticed." soft -soap an issue. They're not afraid to take listeners to task, but they also don't badger them and act as if they know it all. The Dolans have a very unique ability to take nervous callers, calm them down and make them feel that they are talking to a couple of friends who can help them. They really have a knack for getting people to open up and be honest. As for Dr. Ronald Hoffman's nightly program. its a show that is about more than just medicine. He's a medical doctor who has strong ties to both the alternative and traditional medical worlds. His nightly show offers yet another unique element to WOR's overall programming mix. R &R: Letts get to the much -pub- licized change in mornings that happened last year when the station chose to bring the 75- year -old Rambling With Gambling franchise to an end. How hard was that decision, and how do you think it has worked out to date? DB: t was an extremely hard decision to make. The perception promoted by some in the press that there was a rift between John Gambling and WOR management was not the case at all. John is a good guy and a good broadcaster. The decision to make that change was based on what the show and its name meant to listeners in today's world. The show and the name had been on the air since 925. and even though the hosts changed from father to son to grandson. many listeners perceived it as a show left over from another era of WOR. The perception was that this was a show that was no longer in synch with today's world. That is why we felt we needed to take the hit in the short run and make that change for WOR's future. Ed Walsh has now been on in mornings for seven months. He's doing very well, and we're' very happy with the numbers to date. The predictions of doom and gloom have not come to pass. and. in fact. have received many letters and s from people who had been angry about the change originally saying that they're back listening in morning drive and are very happy with the new show. Ed's show is practical. useful and relevant to people living today's lifestyle. t already feels like a home run. R &R: What :s it like to be working at one of the last independently owned major-market radio stations in America' DB: f had a tail, it would be wagging. f have an idea. can talk right to the owner and GM and get a decision to move forward quickly: there's not a lot of corporate red tape to cut through. think 'm one of the few PDs in the country who has that priv- ilege. To have that opportunity means KSPN /Los Angeles PD "Big" Joe McDonnell (l) welcomed ESPN's Dan Patrick to the station's studios during a recent visit to SoCal by the network personality. That's KRLA /Los Angeles talk hosts Dennis Prager and Hugh Hewitt pausing for a Kodak moment at the Happiest Place On Earth. The duo recently broadcast their shows live from Southern California's Disneyland. that every idea you have counts, good or bad, and you can get a decision about it in pretty short order. R &R: Why has WOR remained successful for so long, and what is it abet the station that will continue duo stavess for another 80 years? DB: We realize that we must always meet listeners' expectations of what they want WOR to be. We can make changes - clearly, we have done that and will continue to do so as needed to stay relevant - but you can't muddy the waters so much that people will no longer feel comfortable swimming in them. f we try to be something we are not. listeners to this station will pick up on that right away. We know what we are and what WOR means to this communi- ty, and we will always do our best to meet those expectations. Burbank Cl Glory Burbankii Ai hotly RearViow The funniest look back at the week's top news events without gardening tips. Weekends, on StarGuide. Live feed 8- am Saturdays Everybody'at. Cooking f with Jimmy and Doc These guys can't fix a leaky faucet, but bet your handyman can't fix lobster ravioli! 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28 S 26 R&R June, 200 News O'Keefe Continued from Page Unfortunately. Kenny has been so successful in carrying out this task. that since most of the 'heavy lifting' is finished. he now sees an opportunity to move on and pursue other, personal goals." Before the Clear Channel merger O'Keefe was COO of AMFM. He had also been an executive with predecessors Chancellor Media, Evergreen Media and Pyramid Broadcasting. (Pyramid was acquired in 995 by Evergreen. which merged with Chancellor in 997. Chancellor changed its name to AMFM in 999.) '"rite success today of Clear Channel and the companies and stations that now comprise its radio operations is attributable to one factor and Kaye Continued from Page He has also programmed KF/Los Angeles. WCFL /Chicago and KNT/E Paso. "Joining the Clear Channel family has been an incredible experience," Kaye told R &R. "Working with such an excellent GM as Ed Krampf ]who has relocated to manage Clear Channel's San Francisco cluster] has prepared me to take on my new responsibilities as Station Manager for KBG & KOST. 'm most appreciative of the confidence that Market President Roy Laughlin and Market Manager Charlie WZJM Continued from Page 3 "We arc going to make a serious impact in the marketplace, and thank God that an Alternative station is finally back in market No. 24," Wellington told R &R. Tiburski added' The new'xtreme Rock' format fills the existing void DeMann Continued from Page 3 station. t's clear that Stevie 'gets it.' As each week's gone by. he's taken on more of the day -to-day programming responsibilities. Putting the PD stripes on him is our way of recog- one factor only: the incredible management, programming, operations, on -air. sales and marketing talent that we have been able to attract in the last 5 years," O'Keefe said. " have been fortunate to work with some outstanding people on all levels throughout this organization, and have developed relationships and friendships that endure. "As such. the most gratifying element of my career is, and will continue to be. watching and rooting for this incredible talent pool to reach beyond its horizons and enjoy the success that intense. focused work brings with it. 'm very proud of everyone's accomplishments and look forward to participating in their continued success as a Clear Channel shareholder." Rahilly have instilled in me and am excited about furthering the integration of these two great properties." Clear Channel/Los Angeles has also maligned its sales departments, upping KTS GSM Amy Freeman to Director/Sales for CHR/Pop KTS and Rhythmic Oldies KCMG. Reporting to Freeman are Maritza Ramon, who assumes KTS' GSM post, and Dawn Girocco, who is named GSM at KCMG. Girocco succeeds Craig Rossi. who becomes GSM of KBG & KOST. "'m excited to promote successful members of our communications cult - especially as our No. rev- in Cleveland radio for a pure Alternative Rock station designed to superserve active 8-34-year-old listeners. There is a tremendous upside opportunity to grow ratings and reap advertising revenues with this format." The station is currently running jockless, and a call -letter change is planned. nizing and rewarding his effort." DeMann returned to WJHM in February after a year as evening air talent at WJMN (Jam'n 94.5)/Boston. He was Asst. PD/MD and afternoon talent for 02 Jamz during his first three -year stint in Orlando and Clear Channel President/COO Mark Mays pointed out that O' Keefé s departure will not change the roles of the company's 400 radio GMs and Regional Sr. VPs. Clear Channel Chairman /CEO Lowry Mays said. "Kenny has been a great asset to the company, and his professionalism and integrity are evidenced by his commitment to make sure that everything was in place before moving on. We are grateful to have had the benefit of his knowledge. innovation and determination in bringing together the Clear Channel and AMFM organizations. Most importantly, we thank him for the inspiration and guidance that he has brought to our associates. They represent a lasting legacy of his tenure." enue -ranked cluster gains ad market share by delivering innovative marketing solutions to our customers," Laughlin noted. " know these promotions will contribute to widening that winning gap." Rahilly added, "These steps allow all these outstanding performers to assume additional responsibility through the rational consolidation of station -management. audience- delivery and advertiser -relationship management. 'm confident that these promotions will further strengthen our solid Los Angeles management team and serve our clients and audiences even better." Wood Continued from Page 3 Wood has also served as Director /Station Relations for the ABC Talkradio Network and producer of The End of the Road With Trim &xdett. "Doug Stephan Productions is one of the most successful independent networks in the business," Wood told R &R. "t's great feeling like an entrepreneur again with the challenge of building on a great foundation." before that spent sixyears as an air talent at WERQ (92Q)/Baltimore. n addition to his programming duties. DeMann will continue to anchor the 02 Jamz morning show. 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29 LTETVE. beona June, 200 MR 27 VM r 'Bi 0/B, SNAiN/ND/,N". Lee Abrains, Supentar 't'll be a content war, and the best content wins!' "We thought he was a narc." A Casey and Rob Walker rolled into Florida from Memphis. They'd been working for RCO at WHBQ but Bartell Broadcasting had an FM in Miami, WMYQ and they had a mission. The hotel was a trade out. " wouldn't call it seedy," says Casey, "but..." Sequestered behind closed doors, decked out in record -company T- shirts, Levi's and hair down to there, they filled the air with plans for the FM rock 'n' roll invasion of Miami. Suddenly, someone knocked on the door. "We weren't expecting anyone," Casey says. Quick. Hide the "plans." He opened the door. "Yes?" t was a kid with short hair, dressed in a suit. Before Casey could speak, the kid started. "Hi, 'm Lee Abrams, and Buzz Bennett sent me." Pinstripes send a message. Casey just stared; Abrams kept talking. "He said he was the Music Director of WQAM/ Miami," Casey recalls, "but that he really wanted to work for us." Abrams remembers too. " had to convince them that didn't usually wear a suit and that my hair was normally a lot longer." Abrams told Casey that he did research by hitchhiking around South Florida. "He told us he'd ask anybody, anywhere, 'What are you listening to? Why are you listening to it?" Casey recalls Casey and Walker were dumbfounded. After the guys spent an afternoon talking, driving around Miami and "planning," Abrams was hired to be WMYQ's new Music Director, and he was given two weeks to get the library together. "He had everything we needed in a week and a half," Casey says. "Amazing." Then they - by they, mean most of the jocks at WMYQ - rented a minimansion in Coconut Grove, named it the "Q- House" and lived happily ever after. t was 97. Call it FM penetration. WAS A TEENAGE MOGUL By the time he was 2, Abrams, born and raised in Chicago, knew that FM was going to be big. "The first time heard it, knew rock 'n' roll would sound incredible on it," he says. But in 963 AM was still king, and Abrams was a fan. " thought the entire staff at WLS /Chicago was fabulous," he says. At night he dialed for faraway Lee A bracos signals - KF /Los Angeles, WABC/ New York and everything in between. His interest was radio, but he was into the music, too, and by high school he was compiling playlists for the great FM Rock station that he heard in his head. "By then knew it wasn't a pipe dream," he says. But what's a young boy to do? Play in a rock 'n' roll band? Almost. Abrams had no fear. He started managing and booking bands all over Chicago. He even started a small record label ("Three for Love" by The Moving Violations on GEM Records). He had no radio connections, but that didn't stop him. He called, and he wrote. Gene Taylor let him gofer at WLS, and in Miami, where he summered, he snagged a job at WQAM. " just loved that station," says Abrams, "but it was a tight ship, and was paid with money allocated for the 'News lip of the Week. Which means he only got paid during slow news weeks. But he still had no fear. n 966, before trade magazines were sharing programming ideas, Abrams started Radio Promotion Concepts, ran some classified ads and grew the business. " had 75 or 00 subscribers," he recalls. Not bad for a teenager nobody had ever heard of. He wrote about how music was changing. "By 968 we got our first taste of underground music, and got totally into it," he says. Not to the exclusion of radio, however. "n 968 my friends would get pissed off, because, instead of listening to The Doors on 8- track, 'd be trying to pick up WABC." He thought there was a connection. You know what happened next, don't you? THE FUTURE OF ROCK 'N' ROLL Top 40 jocks screamed, underground types breathed. To steal a line from the KGB Recycle: Radio was either too hip or too hype. Abrams agreed. He thought underground radio "sounded like a bunch of freaks doing whatever they wanted." By 970 he was committing his thoughts to paper and sending them to anyone who'd read them. He wrote that he'd identified a group of people he called vulnerable Top 40 listeners. "They hated Gary Puckett and Herb Alpert but would stick around for The Moody Blues," he says. His guess was that, until FM programmers figured it out, most listeners would stick to AM. "One song out of three that you loved was better than one out of 0 on FM that you recognized," he explains. His ideas got him to Buzz Bennett, which led to Al Casey, which got him the job at WMYQ. But he didn't stop. "He wrote letter after letter to ABC," says Casey. "Finally, think they just gave up and offered him WRF / Detroit." WRF was free -form and controlled, Abrams says, by the Rainbow People's Party out of Ann Arbor. " was 8, and it was scary," he says. Eight months into the job WXYZ /Detroit jock Dan Henderson mentioned to Abrams that he had a friend with an FM in Raleigh, NC. " told him what you're doing here," said Henderson, "and he wants to talk." The turning point. Abrams signed his first consulting deal with WPTF- FM, changed the calls to WQDR and flipped the format. "When the ratings came out, it was No. and got huge press," Abrams says. But ABC wasn't happy. "They basically said, 'Us or them, recalls Abrams. " said, 'Well, 'm going to do the consulting thing.' So left ABC." You think you know what happened next, don't you? AND THEN... He hung out a shingle: Lee Abrams Consulting. He wrote to anyone who'd listen to his story. He signed WRNO/ New Orleans and was packing to move to the Crescent City when WEFM /Chicago called. "t was my hometown," he says. He put consulting on hold, flew to Chicago, interviewed for the job and got it. t's a standard radio story: WEFM was Classical, and its loyal supporters opposed the format change. Still, Abrams stayed pumped and went about the job of building a dream team. He was sure it was going to happen, but at the last minute WEFM was served with an injunction that stopped everything. Thee weeks later a disappointed Abrams returned to consulting. You know what happened next, don't you? Abrams connected with Kent Burkhart, they founded Burkhart/Abrams (see Legends in the 4/27 issue), and his format, dubbed "Superstars," changed the fortunes of FM stations across the land. n 988, after 5 years with Burkhart, Abrams looked for a new mountain to climb. He took on nonradio projects: Rolling Stone magazine, Swatch Watches and even the Moody Blues and Yes. " was an American culture interpreter," he says. Next, he joined SMN as an in -house consultant and launched the format he called "Z Rock." Today, Abrams is Sr. VP/ Programming for XM Satellite Radio. "t's time to rethink everything," he says. "Nothing is sacred." Wonder what's going to happen next? Bob Shannon writes, voices, produces and consults from his Bainbridge sland, WA -based business, bobshannonworks. Shannon, who continues to consult his former employer, TM Century, can be reached at bob ;t4iq beonair,com **?egs.n- -. -w proudly presents ECONOLNE CRUSH Thursday, une 2, 200 from the n4 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!!! ZÇR e dart reporters is your artist gong for adds'

30 28 Rai June, 200 Hey jocks... want something hot, fast,.fresh and easy? pt, :, A Then check out Street Talk Randy Michaels Responds To Ron Jacobs Clear Channel Radio CEO Randy Michaels and veteran radio visionary Ron Jacobs have engaged in a war of words over the last several weeks, following Jacobs' reaction to a article condemning the behavior of both Clear Channel and Michaels. Jacobs - who has gone so far as to challenge Michaels to a public debate at R &R Convention issued a "Call to Arms" May, announcing his intent to formally protest Clear Channel at various corporate events and public arenas. On May 0 Michaels contacted Jacobs by phone to discuss his grievances. A transcript of the call appears on Jacobs' website, but Michaels claims that Jacobs distorted the details of their conversation. Michaels took the unprecedented step of issuing an internal memo to all Clear Channel GMs and PDs explaining why he'd responded to Jacobs. Michaels says the main point of the memo was to give his employees the opportunity to "see the attitudes that will increase our chances for success in the future." The four -page memorandum offers a synopsis of Jacobs' career while also giving Clear Channel employees a morale booster. Michaels writes, "Ron is critical of our focus on our shareholders. What hope you understand is that our shareholders are served only if we have the best- performing radio stations. As we repackage content and share programs and work -parts, we must remember that only by being focused on our communities will we stand out from programming delivered by satellite, the nternet or some other technology... Ron wants to know how we can run,200 stations. The answer is you." Look for Reprise President Howie Klein to exit his post at the end of June. The departure of Klein, who has about two years left on his contract, had been widely expect- ed following the resignation of Warner Bros. Records Chairman Russ Thyret. Reprise senior execs will now report to WB Records President Phil Quartararo. Andrew Howard, one -half of KF/Los Angeles talk duo Karel & Andrew, was memorialized at a May 26 public service attended by 200 guests. As R&R reported in last week's issue, Howard passed away May 2 from a reported pulmonary embolism at age 34. Eulogies were given by Clear ChanneVL.A. VP /AM Operations David Hall and Howard's longtime professional and life partner, Karel Bouley. n an interview with Don Barrett's, Karel detailed the morning of Andrew's death. "We were dancing at 2am to Abba songs. He made shrimp scampi." Karel joined KF morning host Bill Handel on Monday's program and said that he'd received flowers from none other than Dr. Laura Schlessinger! "We put them on the back of the toilet. They were in the guest bathroom. just thought Andrew would appreciate that. He wouldn't have thrown them away, but he would have put them in the appropriate place." 'WYNY Sees Staff changes 4 Larry Bear, PD of Big City Radio quad - cast WYNY/New York, has departed the Country station. Although no official announcement concerning a successor has been made, Asst. PD /MD Marty Mitchell is expected to take over WYNY's programming reins. Meanwhile, the contract of market veteran Jim Kerr will not be renewed, and he's expected to exit mornings within the next week. Morning producer Eric Margolis and news anchor Karen Stewart will also depart the station as longtime NYC Country talent Ray Rosse shifts from middays to wakeups. Station execs tell ST listeners should not expect any change in format and that Big City is committed to Country at 'YNY. An article appearing in Tuesday's Los Angeles Times shined an unfavorable light on the world of the independent record promoter. Specifically, the article - written by Chuck Philips - discussed a detailed log, or "bank,' maintained by Michele Clark Promotion for client station KNK/Portland, OR. The article cited an nternal document" obtained by the Times, a listing by date of songs KNK aired that was accompanied by a dollar amount that Michele Clark Promotion collected for the airplay. Philips said the bank operates like a typical bank account and that "withdrawals" for the station are made in the form of cash, travel expenses and tickets to events. Both Clark and KNK PD Dennis Constantine defended their actions, with Clark admitting that she earns $,000 per add at Triple A and pocketed $50,000 from her business arrangement with KNK last year. Constantine told the newspaper, "We don't do anything illegal or unethical here. No matter what the companies pay her or what she writes in that bank, it has absolutely no bearing on how we program this station." ST has learned that KAFY/Bakersf eld will soon drop its controversial simulcast of KS/Los Angeles to become News/Talk KZTK. Market veteran Chris Squires will handle PD duties and report to Market Manager Sandy Gamblin. Look for KSTE/ Continued on Page 30

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32 30 RaR June, 200 CRAG DAVD "FLL ME N" Rhythmic BDS Debut at #38' "'ve been listening to Craig David for over a year online on Radio One and Capital FM in London...and agonized over when someone would bring him here. Atlantic has started the next British invasion. Craig will be HUGE!" - Mike Preston, KBKS/Seattle > "Power 96 began playing Craig David when returned from a trip to Europe. 'Fill Me n is a smash there and will be a total smash everywhere here in America." - Kid Curry, Power 96/Miami 'What more can say... can't wait for the full -length CD...and can't wait to hear 'Fill Me n on Z04. t's the perfect balance record for our music mix." -Don London, Z04/Norfolk "The buzz surrounding Craig David is HUGE and we feel it at Z00! Save a slot on your playlist for this truly magnificent voice." - Paul 'Cubby" Bryant, Z00/New York > "...frontrunner for single of the year." Grade: A Entertainment Weekly Three 0 singles, a N album, and a sold -out worldwide tour. Not to mention multi -platinum, platinum, or gold in 23 countries. Now the U.S. invasion begins As seen on: The Debut Album Born To Do t n Stores July 7 Just Added At: KTFM KGG KHKS KXJM WKO WKFS WDJX KLUC Majors nclude: WKTU KTS KMEL KYLD WDRO WJMN WPOW KBKS KUBE KPTY XHTZ KTTB WLLD KBMB KKWD WWKX WNVZ WHHH KRBV B97 And Many Morel!! Produced by Mark Hill Management. Colin Lester A an McAndrew for Wildlife Entertainment > > e.,<. Continued from Page 28 Sacramento morning hosts Armstrong and Getty to air in mornings via satellite; Premiere- syndicated programs from Rush Limbaugh and Dr. Laura Schlessinger will also be featured prominently in the lineup. Expect KZTK to bow within the next couple of weeks. WHEB /Portsmouth, NH morning host Greg Kretschmar, whose show also airs on sister WGR /Manchester, NH, successfully sni3gged a 45- minute interview with Aerosmith's Steven Tyler the morning of May 25 after barricading himself inside WHEB's studios 48 hours earlier. Kretschmar played nothing but Aerosmith tunes during his vigil, which the host began after Tyler failed to phone him as planned during May 23's morning show. ' Radio One's WTLC/ndlanapolis segues from Urban to Urban AC. Harper Heads To Greater Property Popular WNC /Detroit morning host Jim Harper has signed a long -term contract with Greater Media's crosstown Rhythmic Oldies WGRV. He'll take wakeup duties on the station July 2 and earn more than $ million a year, the Detroit Free Press reports. WNC owner Clear Channel opted not to renew Harper's contract, and the fate of WNC Breakfast Club co -hosts Linda Lanci, Cynthia Canty and Dave Lockhart and producer Mike Bradley was not immediately known. Now that Harper's at 'GRV, could "The Groove" soon be replaced with the market's third AC format? KFMD /Denver PD Jim Lawson has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against Salem Communications in an effort to receive 2 /2 years back pay from the company. Lawson was dismissed as PD of crosstown KALC Promo tem 0' The Week A FNE CASE FOR OUR FAVE CDS Def Jam /Def Soul sent out this cool CD case featuring the latest CD single by and an interview with, who else, Case! The artist's current single, "Missing You," is already a top 0 hit at Urban and Urban AC and a top 20 hit at CHR /Rhythmic. Street Talk Hollywood lures former nterscope-geffen- A&M Alternative exec Brian MacDonald for VP /Alternative Promo duties. after the station was dealt first to Salem and then to Emmis. After a row over who was responsible for his contract, Salem agreed to accept accountability, but sources tell ST that Salem stopped paying Lawson in February. KRBV /Dallas -Ft. Worth has reimaged itself and changed its moniker from "Hot 00" to "Wild 00." The format remains CHR, although it's now leaning more Rhythmic than Pop. Overseeing the move to Wild 00 are VP /GM Dave Presher, OM John Cook and consultants Steve Perun and Steve Rivers. Kevin Barrett has been named PD of Signal Media FM Talker KABZ/Little Rock. He'll join the station June 4. He was most recently Nat'l Program & Operations Manager for the Cypress Radio Network. Before that he served as a host on the '70s and "Groovin' Oldies" formats on the Westwood One Radio Network. He succeeds Gary Bruce, who departed to explore other opportunities. Arbitron reissued its winter 200 ratings for El Paso on May 24, thanks to reporting irregularities discovered during a visit to the company's Columbia, MD facility by Clear Channel /E Paso Market OM John Candelaria and Research Director nes Mark Greenspan. CC /E Paso Market Manager Bill Struck tells ST, "We discovered that one man in the cell filled out six diaries, each of which was credited to stations that hadn't shown up in a year." The stations - Ciudad Juarez, Mexico -licensed XEJ -AM and XEP- AM - appeared in all six diaries in the same handwriting, Struck says. Arbitron ended up accepting one of the six diaries for its revised results. Fans Join Joyner On Fantastic Voyage Some 3,000 listeners to ABC Radio Networks' syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show are cruising the Caribbean on the Carnival Triumph this week, enjoying the sights and sounds of Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage 200. Among the acts performing on board: ssac Hayes, Boyz l Men and Al Jarreau. Among the other familiar faces floating around the crowd: Congresspersons Jesse Jackson Jr. and Maxine Waters, who joined in a Wednesday seminar on African Americans and the media. The Triumph was chartered for the occasion, while guests paid a 25% surcharge over regular fares to support the Tom Joyner Foundation. After expenses, close to $ million will go toward the foundation this year. Continued on Page 32

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34 32 R&R June, 200 Powetlioe Adult Contemporary music blended with brief commentaries about life by host Brother on Rivets MasterControl Family friendly radio featuring travel, financial, health and entertainment segments as well as MasterControl's LifeHelps and Thought for the Week Country crossroads Top country hits and artist interviews along with Grammy winner Bill Mack's comments about living On Track Contemporary Christian music program with artist interviews hosted by Dave Tucker The Ba t Hour Traditional Christian music with teaching by Frank Pollard Continued from Page 30 Close to 50,000 WHFS/Washington- Baltimore listeners spent part of their Memorial Day weekend inside Robert F. Kennedy Stadium for the Alternative station's annual 'HFStival. The two -day event featured surprise headliners Green Day, along with Coldplay, Fuel, The Cult, Live, Linkin Park, Three Doors Down, Staind and ncubus, among others. WFMU /New York's Glen Jones broke the record for the longest continuous radio broadcast at 0:34am Monday. But that wasn't good enough for Jones, who normally hosts a Sunday -afternoon program at the noncommercial FM. He decided to stick around for another day, and he finally departed the studio at pm and 40 seconds Tuesday afternoon - 00 hours after beginning his shift. Jones was restricted to a 5- minute break every eight hours, had to play records between two and six minutes in length and couldn't let invited guests speak for more than one minute at a time. Among the on -air guests: Kiss' Gene Simmons and Today anchor Katie Couric. Jones easily beat the old record of 73 hours, 33 minutes, set by an air talent in Great Britain. Fred Heckman, who retired from WBC/ ndianapolis last year after 43 years of service, died Monday at age 77. Heckman suffered from lung cancer and had been undergoing regular radiation treatments, former co- anchor Joe Pickett told the ndianapolis Star. Heckman joined WBC in November 957 as News Director and held those duties for 35 years. He's best remembered for his midday "My Town ndy" corn- Street Ta/k SAD O R p! v Justin Fontaine appointed Sr. VP /Promotion at Hollywood Records. RCA Music Group launched with Robert Jamieson as President and Jack Rovner as v Exec. VP /GM. Tom Lee recruited as PD for FOX Sports Radio Network. Fred Schumacher advances to VP /GM of EZ Communications/Seattle. Tom Watson recruited as PD of KHTC /Phoenix. Steve Feder tapped as GM of KFXX & KGON/ Portland, OR. Rick Scott named Operations Director of KJR/ Seattle. Kevin Brown upped to PD of KBLX/San Francisco. Chuck Cruise elevated to Promotions Director at WBSB/Baltimore. "Mars FM" invades Los Angeles as KSRF /Santa Monica and KOCM/Newport Beach begin to simulcast an underground Dance format. Myron Roth elevated to President of MCA Records. Gannett restructures radio management: Gerry DeFrancesco is named National PD, Jay Cook and Merrell Hansen become Regional VPs, and Lynn Anderson -Powell is made VP/ Station Manager. KKHR /Los Angeles reverts to KNX -FM, with Bill Minckler as PD. R&R online music tracking launches. f WEEKLY PROGRAMS FREE! FOLLOWED BY A :24 PROMO SPOT VOCE OUT 28:00 COMPACT DSC 6350 West Freeway Fort Worth, TX Conl Sensom is appointed VP /GM of Bea - sley's WKXC & WSLT /Augusta, GA. WCKZ/Ft. Wayne, N OM Bob Shannon exits as 'CKZ afternoon driver B.J. Steele becomes PD and middayer John Fozz adds Asst. PD /MD stripes. WJYY /Manchester, NH PD Harry Kozlowski adds OM duties for crosstown sisters Country WOTX, Classic Rock WNH and News WKXY. Shamrock Communications names Bill Cottam GSM of Alternative KMYZ/Tulsa and Laurie Stout GSM of crosstown Oldies sister KTSO. KHKS /Dallas fills the vacancy left by the departure of Hollywood by shifting nighttimer Domino to afternoon drive and hiring The Fitz (a.k.a. Corey Fitzner) to take Domino's old slot. Former KLF /Dallas afternoon sports talker Mike Fisher takes the 2-6pm shift at crosstown KTRA (FOX Sports Radio 90). WTLC /ndianapolis PD Brian Wallace adds programming duties at Radio One's crosstown CHR /Rhythmic sister WHHH, succeeding Scott Wheeler. WRZE /Cape Cod, MA PD Mike O'Donnell joins Clear Channel to oversee programming as OM /PD of its Portsmouth, NH cluster. WSM -FM /Nashville Promotion Director Stephanie Haynes exits. KWST /Los Angeles to go CHR; Chuck Martin named PD. Bill Gamble shines as WSUN/Tampa PD. Sky Daniels moves to afternoons at WLUP/ Chicago. Tom Owens named PD of WRNO /New Orleans. mentaries. Heckman is survived by his wife, Barbara Wilson Heckman; his sister, Martha; five children; and nine grandchildren. Manning Slater, who launched KRAK/ Sacramento as the market's first Country station in 959, died May 23 of congestive heart failure. He was 83. Slater's Hercules Broadcasting also owned B /EZ KEWT/ Sacramento and stations in Seattle and Hilo, H. He retired in 978 after selling his stations to an affiliate of the Boston Globe. f you have Street Talk, call the R &R News Desk at , or streettalk

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37 STEVE WONSEWCZ Sound Decisions June, 200 RaR 35 R &R, Edison Bow Ultimate Record -s Buyer Study At Convention 200 Hello, Cleveland! Live recordings open doors for Staind, Gaines n the race for radio hits, Platinum sales and stardom, it's easy to overlook the little things - the building blocks that, when put together, form the foundation of an artist's career. n the _ rock world, one such building block is the live recording, with its ability to catch a magic mo- ment in time when the stars are aligned for the artist and the audience. That's certainly proved to be the case for the Aaron Lewis and Fred Durst hit "Outside" and. to a lesser degree, for Jeffrey Gaines' cover of Peter Gabriel's n Your Eyes." "Outside" catapulted Lewis' band, Staind - who are signed to Elektra - into the spotlight. and n Your Eyes" rejuvenated the career of Gaines, who ultimately inked a deal with Artemis Records. Virgin's Ben Harper is also enjoying airplay with his live rendition of Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing." Live recordings have long been popular with rock artists and their core fans. When was a kid. Jeffrey Gaines wore the grooves out on The Allman Brothers' Live at the Fillmore East. Lou Reed's Rock 'n' Roll Animal and Deep Purple's Made in Japan. was a teenager when Frampton Comes Alive turned Peter Frampton into a music -industry leg- end. And The Rolling Stones and The Grateful Dead have released goodness only knows how many live records. " certainly wasn't servicing radio at the time. WPLJ had to do the work and find the track themselves." Jeffrey Gaines As is to be expected. most of today's live albums are backed by well -planned marketing campaigns - and rightly so, because the live -recordings segment of the music industry has morphed in beautiful, albeit mostly commercial, ways. MTV has created a powerful brand with its Unplugged performances. and today's rock audience is being treat- ed to - in fact. is demanding - multiple live recordings from Pearl Jam. Phish and The Dave Matthews Band. among many others. Right lime, Right Place n spite of that, it's often the live tracks that come out of left field that spark the collective imagination of music fans. "Outside," recorded during the 999 Family Values tour, certainly evolved that way. n a May 7 GetMusic -Yahoo! chat, Staind guitarist Mike Mushok said the song was something Lewis and Durst had been work- ing on together, and they decided to perform it on one night of the tour. "t really was fate that brought the song out, because it was the only night they did it," Mushok said. "Luckily, it was being recorded and videotaped, so we were able to use that for the music video. There were so many things that worked." A similar case of serendipity led Gaines to begin performing "n Your Eyes." " started playing it when was touring with Tom Petty in Europe," he recalls. "Because of the language barrier, some nights could tell that the audience really only dug a certain number of songs. " wanted to come up with something that they'd remember. and figured that an internationally known song like that would be a great way to end the evening. Even if English isn't the audience's first language. they still know the words to 'n Your Eves.' From there it just caught on.:md 've been doing it in all of my shows ever since." nterestingly. Gaines says that his version of the song was recorded in 992. around the time of his self -titled major -label debut on EM/ Chrysalis Records. "Even though sing it during virtually every show. that one really stands out because of the audience." he says. "That night everything was cooking, and the people were in the right spirit. They were so loud. t's that kind of stuff that gives the music its life force." Radio Doesn't Come Alive What Gaines says is undoubtedly true. but despite the popularity of the records with artists' core fans. radio has an aversion to playing live songs. That means that live tracks went exactly top priorities within label promotion departinents. The scant number of live records that do catch on are often the result of decisions by a few adventurous programmers looking to add a little spice to their playlists. The rising fortunes of "n Your Eyes," says Gaines, can be traced to Hot AC WPLJ/New York, whose programmers saw the singer - songwriter when he opened for Tracy Chapman. Gaines, who was unsigned at the time. recalls. " think they looked around and realized that the peo- Ron Cerrito ple who were responding to my music were their listeners. certainly wasn't servicing radio at the time; they had to do the work and find the track themselves." "Outside" evolved from local airplay as well. The song. which was included on nterscope's Family Values Tour '99 album, began receiving airplay in New England. where Staind is based. nterscope head of Rock Promotion Ron Cerrito says. "'m not sure which station played it first, but [Active Rock] WCCC and [Alternative] "Radio, when it's applicable, will play live versions, because that's where the audience is." Ron Cerrito Programming and promotion pros looking for insight into the minds and habits of the record- buying public won't want to miss the Thursday, June 4, session at R &R Convention 200, where the findings of an in -depth survey sponsored by R&R and conducted by Edison Media Research will be unveiled to the radio and recording industries. The landmark study of active consumers is designed to shed more light on the ultimate record buyer and will address such topics as the impact of radio, video, TV, the nternet and other media on record -purchasing; the popularity of some of the music industry's best -selling artists; the role radio formats play in stimulating record consumption; how consumers learn about new acts; the popularity of different musical genres; and even the impact of live performances and radio -sponsored events. The Edison survey "Radio's Future - Today's 2- to- 24 -Year- Olds," released during last year's R &R Convention, provided an invaluable analysis of that demo's musical and purchasing habits. R &R Dir. /Charts & Formats Kevin McCabe says, "One of our major goals each year is to present cutting -edge and relevant research to our convention attendees. Through our ongoing relationship with Edison Media Research, we have been fortunate enough to realize that goal. This year's study is guaranteed to be very revealing and useful for label and radio executives" WMRQ in Hartford started playing it and got a huge reaction. Then [Active Rock] WAAF/Boston start- ed playing it. and it reacted there as well. "From there it kind of spread across the country. Once we had 30 or so stations playing it, we knew we had to go for it, especially since the tour album was starting to sell through and was jumping back into the top 50 or top 00 in some markets." Nonetheless, nterscope still had to convince many programmers of the song's potential. "Right at the beginning we were aware of the perception of live records at Rock radio." Cerrito says. "There are a lot of programmers who don't want to play them. And, in our case, tempo was an issue. because 'Outside' is slower than most records. But the record took on a life of its own, mostly because of how honest it is and how it was able to connect immediately with the audience." Live Records As Setup Tools "Outside" certainly brought attention to Lewis and Staind and it also proved to be an invaluable setup tool for Staind's new album, Break the Cycle. which was released May 22. Mushok said during the GetMusic- Yahoo! chat that the band had been off the road for about a year and didn't want to disappear. "We were very fortunate with the song. because it not only kept us in the limelight, so to speak. it elevated us because of how huge a hit it became." he explained. Elektra Sr. VP/Promotion Dennis Reese agrees. 'The huge success of 'Outside' was invaluable as far as setting up the new album. which also contains a studio version of the song that we think people will also be very excited about," he says. "t's really helped increase the profile of the band and taken them to the next level." Gaines has seen firsthand how "n Your Eyes" has helped further his career. " had my first success at EM Records at the time Triple A was just getting off the ground." he recalls. "Now a lot of those prognunmers have climbed the ladder and are working at Pop stations. but they still remember me. t's really helped me along." Reese agrees with Cerrito about the difficulty of getting airplay for live tracks "Rock radio still plays them, but not very often," he says. "CHR. in a sense, has abandoned live records. cant for the life of me Dennis Reese think of a recent live record that was an across -theboard smash at Pop radio." Cerrito notes, " can't think of any live records that have galvanized the audience as quickly and fully as 'Outside' has. Radio just doesn't play many of them." But the labels will continue looking for any windows of opportunity they can find to exploit live recordings. As Cerrito concludes, "Radio, when it's applicable. will play live versions, because that's where the audience is: that's where they see their favorite bands. You just can't expect radio to play too many."

38 36 R&R June, 200 Sound Decisions. pi LAUNCHNG MD LAMMNG MD LAUNCH'S PAD LANCNNG rao LANCNNG MD LAMM MD LNMCMNe MD LANCMMG MD LAACMG PAD LAUNCHNG The Calliog Co 'Wherever' They Want RCA Records has again extended its winning streak with pop-flavored rock acts. The latest band to benefit from the label's winning ways is the Los Angeles -based quintet The Calling. whose debut song, "Wherever You Will Go." racked up more than 40 adds at Alternative. Rock and Active Rock last week. The Calling Key Alternatives now playing the track include WRAX /Birmingham, WAVF /Charleston, WXDX/ Pittsburgh. KTCUDenver, WROX/Norfolk, WZON/ Phoenix and WKRUSyracuse. Active Rockers that have added the song include WQBK/Albany, NY; WMFS/Memphis; WCBR/Biloxi, M; and WKZQ/ Myrtle Beach, SC. Rock stations supporting the cut include WCMF/Rochester, NY; WDHA/Morristown; WKLC and WYBB in Charleston. SC: KLAQ/E Paso; and KMODTFusa. The Calling are now taking off. but the hand's road to commercial radio success has been a long one. The group was originally signed to RCA more than four years ago by Ron Fair. the ex -RCA Sr. VP /A &R and staff producer who's now President of A &M Records. Fair discovered the group pretty easily, says current RCA Sr. VP /A &R Brian Maloof: "The lead singer Alex Band. lived next door to him. t was as innocent as that " At that time the group was mostly a project of Band and guitarist Aaron Kamin, both of whom wrote the band's music. '"They were just a bunch of young kids at the time." Maloof says. "Ron intnxiuced them to me, so 've been involved with the band for a long time. Because they were so young, we really didn't feel the need to rush them along." Things did take a bit longer than expected, however. Changes in the lineup - which has now settled on Band. guitarist Sean Woolstenhulme, bassist Billy Mohler and drummer Nate Wood - contributed to the delay. "The guys were still experimenting with their songwriting, and the personnel had yet to solidify." Malouf says. "But they kept on working. and eventually everything fell into place. Ron had been playing us their songs on a regular basis, but nothing really clicked. Then he played a couple of new songs, including Wherever You Will Go.' and all of us kind of went. 'Now, that's a hit song.' That's when everything started to gel." When Fair left RCA for A&M. The Calling were handed off to Maloof. "t was a very smooth transition. Malouf says. "About the only additional thing did was add three new songs that the group was really high on. and helped them come up with a new name." When it came time to set up The Calling and "Wherever You Will Go," RCA decided to keep things simple. Sr. VP/Promotion Ron Geslin comments. "t was a pretty predictable rollout. Over the past several months we've been playing the song for programmers at all of the Rock formats, as well as at Hot AC and CHR. Every time we've played it, we've received incredible feedback." n fact. WRAX PD Dave Rossi was so enamored of "Wherever You Will Go" that he began playing it in early April. according to Mediabase. The PD at the bellwether Alternative played the song 37 times between May 8 and May 24. Another before- the -box add came from WMFS, which began playing the track in mid - April, according to Mediabase. 'MFS played "Whenever" 9 times from May As for why his station is playing the song, WXDX Asst. PD/MD Lenny Diana notes, "t's a good song. really have no other way to explain it better than giving a generic answer. But it always amazes me when a band gets together with what seems to be little flash or fanfare and releases a song that sticks in your head instantly." Diana says the track fits in very well with the station's overall sound. "'m not worried that some people might call this a soft sound for their station." he explains. "WXDX has had similar success with bands like Lifehouse. Train and The Clarks. Those are all good. well -written songs that our audience eats up. f you don't play this song. your competitor will." RCA is excited about the multiformat potential of the song and the band. Geslin says, "Right now we're leading with Rock radio, but over the next month or two we believe, because of the comments we've been receiving from radio. that 'Wherever' will turn into a multiformat record. t's a rock record. but the hand's music has wide appeal. and everyone's talking about the incredible richness of Alex's voice." The band's RCA debut album. Camino Palmero, will be released July 0. The band is currently performing in the Los Angeles area. "Ready For Takeoff" returns next week. - Steve Wonshewkz MCA'S HENNESSY 'BLOWNG' UP AT POP RADO rish singing sensation and recently signed MCA artist Carly Hennessy (l) is seen here filming the video for "Blow Your Mind," the leadoff single from her self -titled debut album, which is due in stores July 7. The video will hit all major video outlets in the next few weeks. A native of Dublin, Hennessy has already enjoyed considerable success in reland as a singer, model and actress. Now "Blow Your Mind" is making its presence felt at pop stations all over the U.S. Clapton Done With Touring? Eric Clapton tells that his forthcoming tour could well be his last. The guitarslinger is quoted as saying, " was musing that it might be the last time, but now 'm going, 'This is definitely the last time.' t's hard. t doesn't work for me anymore." Clapton says that he plans to "leave the door open for a couple of projects," such as playing "the odd theater," but he also notes, "This is near the end. Anyone talk to about it goes, 'Oh, you'll never stop.' Eric Clapton won't, in truth. will always want to express something. But don't need to do it like this anymore." Tennant Bows Gay -Bisexual Tour Wotapalava, which is being billed as the first openly gay and bisexual music festival, begins July 3 in Miami. The tour, which will hit about 7 cities. was created by The Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant, who says that the name comes from a British expression meaning "what a fuss about nothing." Also slated to appear are Rufus Wainright. Sinead O'Connor, Soft Cell and The Magnetic Fields. Tennant told Associated Press, " Wotapalava will be a celebration of individuality and the freedom to be what you want to be. This is not exclusively an issue of sexuality; it's about having the power to live as you want." Proceeds from the tour will benefit national and local charities and advocacy groups. n other tour news, multi -Platinum R &B singer- songwriter and producer R. Kelly embarks on a national headlining tour July 3 in Atlanta. Supporting are Sunshine Anderson and Syleena Johnson... Ex- Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan will perform select dates with New Order on the latter's national tour... Stevie Nicks begins her national solo tour July 6 in Burgettstown, PA... Crosby Stills & Nash embark on a national tour Aug. 3 in Detroit. This 'n' that: The five original members of Duran Duran have re- formed and will meet in the studio in June to begin writing material for a new album. t's the first time in 6 years that all of the group's original members have worked on new music... MTV News reports that Jermaine Dupri has started recording his next solo album, expected to be released in mid -September... According to various reports, The Breeders have begun working on a new album with producer Steve Albini. The group's last album was 993's Last Splash... HBO, sister pay -TV network to Warner Bros. The Breeders Records, will televise Madonna's Aug. 26 Detroit show... FUBU Records, the joint venture between clothing marketer FUBU and Universal Records, has inked Detroit rapper Drunken Master... Aerosmith have tapped VH as the official media sponsor of their Just Push Play Tour, which begins June 6. Pos. Artist Avg. Gross (in OOOs) ELTON JOHN/BLLY JOEL $ U BACKSTREET BOYS AC/DC $ MATCHBOX TWENTY $ ALAN JACKSON SARAH BRGHTMAN $24. 8 DON HENLEY $ KD ROCK $ BARENAKED LADES $20.0 GODSMACK $ DEGREES $ PANTERA $6. 4 ERYKAH BADU $ QUEENS OF COMEDY S57.9 CONCERT PULSE Among this week's new tours: BG WRECK DRUMS 8 TUBA GO -GO'S JOHN MAYER BOB SCHNEDER STRKE ANYWHERE The CONCERT PULSE s courtesy of Potter a publication of Promoters' On -Lia Listings Calories

39 POs GetSTPASAP The Music Meeting servers were inundated this week as programmers from Alternative, Active Rock and Rock stormed the gates to get an exclusive download from Stone Temple Pilots. The new song is "Days of the Week" from their upcoming Atlantic album, Shangri -La Dee Da (see the "New Media" article below for more info on the label's online initiative). We are proud to work with Atlantic in making Music Meeting the place to experience huge new releases first. Last week Music Meeting featured a download of 3's "You Wouldn't Believe," which led to a flurry of streaming this week. Skr Dalflais Programmers in the band's core Alternative and Active Rock formats were hungry for an early taste of 3's first offering in a couple of years; they seemed to eat it up. Full Force, now on TVT. return to radio with "Float With Us" Programmers at Urban and Urban AC jumped at the chance to hear how the hand has once again reinvented itself for a new audience. There was also strong interest in Athena Cage's "Hey Hey" at Urban, as PDs said hello to this newcomer. So you liked a new act's first hit, but you want to hear if they can follow it up. Music Meeting offered up a slew of second singles from debut breakthrough artists. and programmers showed up for the listening party. Alien Ant Farm's remake of Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" racked up some impressive numbers. Also. Platinum Aussie imports Powderfinger came back at radio with "Waiting for the Sun." and Josh Joplin Group threw around some lyrical weight with "Gravity"... o... NEW RELEASES The latest songs featured this week on Music Meeting CHR/POP 2 Peaches & Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) CTY HGH What Would You Do? (nterscope) FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) RONAN KEATNG Lovin' Each Day (A&M/nterscope) 'N SYNC Pop (Jive) VALERA Doh La La ( nterscope) CHR/RHYTHMC B.G. Bounce With Me (Cash Money/Universal) JA RULE Cry (Murder ncidet Jam4DJMG) 'N SYNC Pop (Jive) URBAN ATHENA CAGE Hey Hey (Priority) FULL FORCE Float On With Us (Forceful/NT) ERCK SERMON /MARVN GAYE Music ( nterscope) SLKK THE SHOCKER Pop Lockin' (No Limit/Priority) USHER U Remind Me (LaFace/Arista) SMOOTH JAZZ WLL DOWNNG s This Love (GRPNMG) FATTBURGER Evil Ways (Shanachie) JANTA Angel Eyes (Carport) JMMY SOMMERS 360 Groove (Higher Octave) KM WATERS Until Dawn (Shanachie) ROCK 3 You Wouldn't Believe (Volcano) 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic/Universal) CALLNG Wherever You Will Go (RCA) CROSSBREED Underlined (Artemis) HALFCOCKED Lied (Megatronic/)reamWorks) JOSH JOPLN GROUP Gravity (Artemis) June, 200 ReR 37 POWDERFNGER Waiting For The Sun (Republic/Universal) ACTVE ROCK \ \*.s% NEW MED: Our `Days' Has Come With four albums selling over 6 million copies in the U.S., a closetful of awards and a tabloid history behind them, Stone Temple Pilots are poised to blaze yet another path tor themselves with the release of their new album, Shangri- La Dee Da. The first track, "Days of the Week," has already blown the megabytes off Music Meeting servers as eager programmers clamor for a taste of a core artist who's guaranteed to get listeners talking (and tuned in). Atlantic Records Dir. /Music nformation Systems Alice. ADULT URBAN AC WLL DOWNNG s This Love ( GRPNMG) FULL FORCE Float On With Us (ForcefuifTVT) MUS! Girl Next Door (Del SouUDJMG) COUNTRY:` NEAL COTY You Got Lucky (Mercury) CAROLYN DAWN JOHNSON Complicated (Arista) MARK WLLS Loving Every Minute (Mercury) CONTEMPORARY 3 You Wouldn't Believe (Volcano) 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic/Universal) ALEN ANT FARM Smooth Criminal (Dream Works) CROSSBREED Underlined (Artemis) HALFCOCKED Lied (MegatronirDreamWorks) POWDERFNGER Waiting For The Sun (Republic/Universal) THESE 5 DOWN Low (Absolute) ALTERNATVE 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic./Universal) ALEN ANT FARM Smooth Criminal (Dream Works) CROSSBREED Underlined (Artemis) DLEWLD Little Discourage (Food/Capitol) JOSH JOPLN GROUP Gravity (Artemis) NATHAN LARSON Just Because A Man (Artemis) POWDERFNGER Waning For The Sun (Republic/Universal) THESE 5 DOWN Low (Absolute) Meisel let R&R in on a couple of other tactics the label is practicing online and electronically to help set up the CD. Two weeks ago the label staged a two- pronged attack, ANGELA AMMONS Big Girl (Universal) FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) POWDERFNGER My Happiness (Republic/Universal) TRPLE A sending out MP3- filled s that included clips from the new album to Rock and Alternative programmers each day of the week (keeping with the "Days of the Week" theme). Last week a DVD was mass -mailed to the same audience, featuring a five- minute, three -song video montage of images from "Days," as well as the new tracks "Hollywood Bitch" and "Wonderful." "Days" is going for adds June 4 and 5 at HOT AC FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) 'N SYNC Pop (Jive) WHSXEYTOWN Don't Be Sad (Lost Highway /DJMG) LUCNDA WLLAMS Essence (Lost Highway/DJMG) 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic/Universal) AFRO CELT SOUND PETER GABREL When You're Falling (Real WorldNirgin) DLEWLD Little Discourage (Food/Capitol) JEFFREY MMES n Your Eyes (Artemis) JOSH JOPLN GROUP Gravity (Artemis) NATHAN LARSON Just Because A Man (Artemis) POWDERFNGER Waiting For The Sun (Republic/Universal) RUFUS WANWRGHT Calilornia (Dream Works) Alternative, Rock and Active Rock. Log on to hear "Days of the Week" in the Rock and Alternative formats at Music Meeting is an online service free to commercially licensed broadcast radio programmers and participating label executives. Each week songs are posted online i secure, password- protected system for auditioning and /or downloading. Songs are categorized using R&R hallmarks such as formats, Most Added, etc. Ail ami Sa C ct

40 38 A June, 200 Ob TONY NOVA CHR PART ONE OF A TWO -PART SERES Fight Olf The Big Boys How KHTT defended itself against KZS t was 987, back in Sumter, SC, that Sean Phillips got his feet wet in radio. His first program- - ming gig, at WPRH/Columbia, SC, seemed like a dream. The owners of WPRH let the entire staff go, and Phillips hired a new one. Anted with a big budget for billboards, television, promotions and more. Phillips managed to go fmm a.8 to a.9. That's when he realized that he needed to learn more about programming. As he puts it, the owners helped him by firing him. From WGHTBaltimoxe to WBSB/ Baltimore: WSPK/Poughkeepsie, NY to WTHT/Portland. ME: WZOK/ Rockford. L to KHKS/Dallas: and WLN/Panama City. FL to his current five -year stint as Supreme Commander at KHTf/ruisa, Phillips has man- aged to shake things up wherever he goes. Tulsa is home to about 687,000 people and is amund 7.5% blàck and 2.5% Hispanic. Phillips says the city is a mixture of Southwestern and Midwestern cultures with a touch of the South. Owned by Tony Renda. KHTT (K -Hits) has been a CHR/Pop stalwart for over 20 years. Post -deregulation, heritage stations in many cities are being attacked by new direct format competitors. n KHTT's case. its Clear Channel's KZS (Kiss). This week and next we look at two heritage radio stations that were attacked and that have so far succeeded in fending off their new competition. This week we talk with Phillips about KHTT: next week we lack at WAPE/Jacksonville. We examine how these stations defended their turf - what they did right, what they did wrong and what they've learned from this experience. R &R: So there you were with KHTT when Clear Channel flipped on CHR KZS, Cox made improvements to Hot AC KRAV (Mix) and Urban KJMM (Fresh Jaw.) was still pounding away What were you thinking as the lone CHR at the time? SP: The sweet spot on your racket shrinks so much when you get competition. especially with these Clear Channel stations, which are able to come in so inexpensively. They can literally run directly at you. They don't have to take any kind of a slant. All of a sudden you're sitting there, and you've got no wiggle room. That's when you find out who the paper tigers are. That's when you do a gut check and dig in. When KZS initially came in, it was locally programmed. t wasn't a part of their national Kiss network, and it leaned a lot more Alternative. R &R: KHTT luis a thy :tunic lean, and at Mal time KTS leaned pop/alternative. Did you get trapped into following them? SP: We lean toward pop- rhythmic. Lifehouse is going into power this week. The closest thing to what we do it is what Brian Bridgeman does at WOQ/Philadelphia. You can't be afraid to play the big rock records, but 06.9 FM pop- rhythmic music is what we've always been successful with. made a mistake in deciding to assimilate the biggest rock record that they were playing, and they were researching with my audience. They might have been playing O rock- leaning currents that wasn't and at any given time would cherry -pick the biggest three and move them through my system faster than we nonnally would have. Honestly. it really wasn't Kiss that hurt me. admit overfocused on Kiss. That sneaky KRAV consultant, Randy Kabrich, ran Mix by me on one side, and KJMM shot by us on the other side. Randy took Mix younger and positioned it between KHTT and our sister station, KBEZ, which is a 35+ AC. That's what really hurt us. We had the worst book we've ever had this past fall. We dropped down to a that's the worst we've done in five years. But if you look, it wasn't Kiss. Kiss' position in the market is going to be between a three and a four share. And as long as their cume is under 00,000, 'm happy. f you look, they have almost no exclusive cume: it's all my cume using them as a second radio station. R &R: Knowing you. when the PD Advantage package was available, you were first in line. What did you see? SP: What immediately saw was that KJMM had a TSL explosion. Their TSL was up in the 3- to -4- hour range. t wasn't the Pis; it was the P2s. Their P2s are my Pis. When my P s are not getting enough rhythm from us. they go to KJMM. R &R: What effect did the cluing es on Mix have on KHTT? SP: The two choices are about evenly split. About half of the Ps that leave us choose KJMM as their second -choice station, and the other half go to Mix. but they didn't stay very long until Randy took off the Journey records and went a little more current. t wasn't huge. but it was a noticeable difference. We saw it with women which is a demo that we've always dominated. We took it in the shorts. and they went right by us. While isn't something program for, want to dominate by dominating R &R: Kiss carne on in October '99. When, was their strength? SP: Their cume wasn't up, but their TS was outrageous. R &R: n 2+ KHTT goes down to a 5.5 in spring a 5. in.sunnier, a 4.8 in fall, and then, in the winter, you go to a 6.7. How did you get things hack on track? SP: 've always believed in rotating my music. Back in '92. when we put KHKS/Dallas on the air, people thought we were crazy when we were spinning our powers 90 times a week. 've always been fascinated with trying to find the limits of rotations. With Kiss on the air. thought it made sense to protect my cume by increasing the rotation on my powers and all the other songs in current and recurrent rotation. We picked rotations up across the board. f you look at the music as a mountain - with your powers being the peak of the mountain, your newer music coming up the mountain. and your stay currents and stay powers going down - that's where hurt myself. over -rotated the stay currents and stay powers. The outcome was a drop in TSL and cume. magine. we rotated the music so hard, the cume dropped. was turning my stay powers at 2 /2 and my stay currents at 4 /2. Now 'm back to 4 /2 and 7 /2, respectively. which is essentially '.Where we were before. That's been a big part of the bounce back. R &R: ncluding the fall 4.8 rat- Promoting their hot new single "Peaches and Cream," Arista recording group 2 hung out with KPWR (Power 06) /Los Angeles PD Jimmy Steal in the Power studios. Pictured are (l -r) 2's Daron, Arista L.A. Regional Cheryl Broz, 2's Mike, Steal and 2's Slim and Q. ing, did wnu feel your ratings downfall coining? SP: knew it was coming. That's one of the reasons why am still on the air and why 'll never take another off -air job. feel the vibe. and felt the lack of a vibe on the phones. The phones weren't ringing. When they were ringing, they were calling for requests instead of talking about things we were doing on the radio station. Today, people are calling about "Booty Call;" the wrestling promo, etc. The passion is about the radio station. They still call about the music. and want that, but you have to be more than a jukebox. Steve Perun taught me how to build a great jukebox, and Steve Kingston taught me how to do show business. n order to succeed. you have to be a jukebox that does show business. You can't do one or the other. There are so many radio stations where the music becomes a vehicle to get between the promotion and en- "Steve Perun taught me how to build a great jukebox, and Steve Kingston taught me how to do show business." tertainment elements on the radio station instead of integrating them. Get your music right first. and then add everything else on top. R &R: What about the music selection, rock vs. rhythm. Wh t did you do to get KHTT hack on track? SP: We have a music meeting every week where we all get together. Nobody was feeling good about where we were with the radio station. We felt like we were too rock. We are a salt- and -pepper radio station. We weren't comfortable with the rock, and we decided that we were going back into rhythm. We moved back there when the fall book came out. 'd seen that trend with KJMM going way up. and got a look at the Arbitron programmers package around December and dug into it. saw where our Ps were going. The most significant loss of P TSL was to Fresh Jamz. We realized that by just doing what we do well. we were going to beat Kiss. They are mirroring us. There is about a five - song difference on our playlists. We also changed our promotional strategy. 've always been lean and mean on promotions. don't like to clutter up the radio station. When Kiss came on. we spent money putting together trips, flyaways and more. KHTT did more active promotions in 2000 than we've ever done. We had something going constantly. and you know what. we went down. R &R: An amazing thing to admit. The question is. could you have gone lover in the ratings if you didn't do all these contests. or did you overreact and clutter up the station? SP: There is no way to measure. Our thought process was. "OK, let's try something else and see if we do better." This was during the debut of Clear Channel's national contesting. Traditional thinking is that you don't acknowledge your competition. t's not a question of people not liking us anymore. but when we play a bad song or when we go into a commercial they don't like. they are going to punch. When they punch over to Mix. they hear a Seals And Crofts record and come back pretty quick. When they punch over to Kiss they get essentially the same music as KHTT, so they're going to spend a little more time there before they come back. My feeling was that could not let them punch into Kiss and hear a radio station that sounded like the) were giving away a zillion bucks. We took them to task on it, big -time. say on the air that they are liars. went on the air and told the listeners hoh many radio stations were participating in Kiss' contest and reminded them that the station had not had a single winner in Tulsa. pound them Continued on Page 43

41 - - "Take a little Hip -Hop, ::, and Pop, put them all together and you get Triple Deep. They're unlike anything that you've ever heard and far from your typical boy band. They put the freaky in Version.0," DJ Chad Pitt - WXXL 06.7 FM /Orlando. f i i O "People are already talking about these boys They're being compared as the next NSYNC with an edge...girls are going crazy for them, guys just want to be like them" Ruben Martinez NeNe Musik Talent Agency "We triple dog dare you to go Triple Deep" Shirley Halperin, Editor - PriMedia Youth Entertainment Group. Early Believer WXXL 06.7 FM MPACTNG EVERYWHERE ; N- 8TOREB MAY ROO ; Esesytlw.radaaMw{.QMN NCiCiCf/S torfphljr3t DEGREE RECQRDS NC.

42 ARTST TTLE LABELS) Ca//out.4merica EXCLUSVE NATONAL MUSC RESEARCH ESTMATES June f, 200 CALLOUT AMERCA song selection is based on the top 25 titles from the R &R CHR/Pop chart for the airplay week of May 6-2. CHR/POP TW TOTAL AVERAGE LW 2W 3W g 3 r! r 7 Dh0GRAPHCS WOMEN 2-7 WDEN 8-24 WOW REGONS MD- EAST SOUTH WEST WEST ADULERA, LL' KM, MYA & PUNK Lady Marmalade (nterscope) NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo'Reel/Universal) UFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (DreamWorks) H* LMP BZKT My Way (flip /nterscope) 0-TOWN M Or Nothing (J) H* STAND ts Been Awhile (Fip/Elektra4EG) N H. MSSY ELUOTT Get Ur Freak On (Gold MinndrEastWesbfEG) N 3.n - UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me (Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic) 3.88 N JANET All For You (Virgin) NCUBUS Drive (mmortal/epic) N JESSCA SMPSON rresistible (Columbia) JOE F4 YSTKAL Stutter (Jive) TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) 3.p DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor (Columbia) N NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird (DreamWorks) C S CLUB 7 Never Had A Dream Come True (A&M/nterscope) ORE This s Me (Bad Boy /Arista) BACKSTREET BOYS More Than That (Jive) SHAGGY Angel (MCA) M ODO Thankyou (Arista) JENNFER LOPEZ Play (Epic) MATCHBOX TWENTY Mad Season (Lava/Atlantic) NOSY F/GWE SWAM Southside (W) CRAZY TOWN Butterfly (Columbia) N LENNY KRAVTZ Again (Virgin) AEROSMTH Jaded (Columbia) COLDPLAY Yellow (NefAheduCapitol) SAMANTHA MUMBA Baby, Come Over... (A&M4nterscope) N N CALLOUT AMERCA* Hot Scores Bi' ANTHONY A CAMPORA here's a tie atop Callan America - R &R's exclusive survey of 4(K) women aged 2-34 in the top 30 CHR/ Pop markets. "Lady Marmalade" by Christina AKullera. la' Kim, Mya and Pink (nterscope) moves into a tie for the top slot this week. The song, from the soundtrack to Moulin Rouge, climbs to a 3.94 total favorability score. "Marmalade" is tops with teens and women Sharing the top spot is "Ride Wit Me' by Nelly (Po' Reel/Universal). "Ride" appears to he the biggest Pop song among Ney's three singles as it ranks third among teens, second 8-24 and eighth among women O-Town continue their breakthrough status as "All Or Nothing" (J) climbs into the top live overall with a "All" is busting out with teens. where it ranks sec - ond with a 4.5. Two songs make their top 0 debuts this week: Staiod take their char- topping Alternative and Active Rock song "t's Been Awhile" (FYp/ElektrWEEG) and boast a first -week debut at No. 6 on Callan America with a 3.7. "Been" is already posting solid adult scores, ranking third 8-24 and sixth The other top 0 debut comes from Jesaka Simpson, as "rresistible' (Columbia) enters with a 3.63 score while ranking sixth with teens. "Get Ur Freak On" by Missy Elliott (Gold Mind/EastWest/EEG) posts another top 0 sate, ranking seventh with a "Freak" is 0th 8-24 and first this week. Jmp BfiJdt continue to post solid results with "My Way" (Ftip/nteracope). "Way" is fourth overall while ranking seventh with teens and women Backstreet Boys enter the survey with "Moe Than That" (Jive). The track has started out of the gate with the hest result, of any track from their current album. Total sample size is 400 respondents with a +-5 margin of error. Total average favorebility 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 team 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 25 on R&R's CHR/Pop chart. Sample composition is based on females aged 2-34, 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. 200, RMR nc

43 . BG GRL THE FRST SNGLE FROM HER DEBUT ALBUM Already On At: WDRO /Detroit WXKS /Boston KMN /Denver WKRO /Cincinnati WOZO /Nashville WKS /Greensboro KAMX /Austin WTSS /Buffalo WMBX/West Palm WKDD /Akron and many more WBMX /Boston WWMX /Baltimore KRSK /Portland WPTE /Norfolk WKZN /New Orleans WTC /Hartford WKSEBuffalo KZ /Lubbock WRMF/West Palm WNK /Ft. Myers KFMD /Denver ADD PRODUCED BY SHEPPARD AND KENNY GOA MXED BY TOM LORD -ALGE

44 42 AST,E9( a ; V 9 Breaker Breaker 3: 28 Breaker m Breaker m Debut> jdebut Debut> (Debut> Q 2 0 Q a Q Q Q Q a a 37 a a a m e CD m e m Q m CN//Pop 7bp SO!L! u.,., aolos ARTST TTLE LABELS, AGULERA, LL' KM, MYA & PNK Lady Marmalade (nterscope) 929 LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (DreamWorks) 0797 UNCLE KRACKER Follow Ole (Top Dog /Lava/Atlantic) 0364 JANET All For You (Virgin) 0303 NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo' ReeUUniversal) 9824 JENNFER LOPEZ Play (Epic) 8006 NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird (DreamWorks) 783 DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor (Columbia) 6696 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) 6067 DDO Thankyou (Arista) 5829 'N SYNC Pop (Jive) 5725 DREAM This s Me (Bad Boy /Arista) 526 JESSCA SMPSON rresistible (Columbia) 524 SHAGGY Angel (MCA) 560 MADONNA What t Feels Like For A Girl (Maverick/WB) 4954 SAMANTHA MUMBA Baby, Come Over (This s...) (A &M/nterscope) 4665 NCUBUS Drive (mmortal /Epic) 4483 JOE F/MYSTKAL Stutter (Jive) TOWN All Or Nothing (J) 4292 CRAZY TOWN Butterfly (Columbia) 480 BACKSTREET BOYS More Than That (Jive) 436 MATCHBOX TWENTY Mad Season (Lava/Atlantic) 3994 SUGAR RAY When t's Over (Lava/Atlantic) 3227 S CLUB 7 Never Had A Dream Come True (A &M /nterscope) 305 EVE 6 Here's To The Night (RCA) 3006 AEROSMTH Jaded (Columbia) 286 MANDY MOORE n My Pocket (Epic) 2806 EDEN'S CRUSH Get Over Yourself (43 /London Sire) 2655 FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) 26 AMERCAN H -F Flavor Of The Weak (sland /DJMG) 26 AMANDA Everybody Doesn't (Maverick) 2522 STELLA SOLEL Kiss Kiss (Universal) 2442 BBMAK Ghost Of You And Me (Hollywood) 2374 JA RULE FJL' MO AND VTA Put t On Me (Murder ncjdef JarMDJMG) 2276 AEROSMTH Fly Away From Here (Columbia) 247 TRCK DADDY Take t To Da House (Slip 'N Slide /Atlantic) 2099 EVAN AND JARON From My Head To My Heart (Columbia) 2082 LMP BZKT My Way (Flip /nterscope) 72 CTY HGH What Would You Do? (nterscope) 682 SARNA PARS Look At Us (Playland/Priority) DEGREES The Way You Want Me To (Universal) 354 DESTNY'S CHLD Bootylicious (Columbia) 35 DANTE THOMAS F/PRAS Miss California (Rat Pack/EastWest/EEG) 323 WLLA FORD Wanna Be Bad (Lava/Atlantic) 236 COLDPLAY Yellow (Nettwerk/Capitol) 96 OUTKAST So Fresh, So Clean (LaFace/Arista) 82 SHAGGY Freaky Girl (MCA) 65 MSSY ELLOTT Get Ur Freak On (Gold Mind/EastWest/EEG) 079 K -C & JOJO All The Things Should... (MCA) 027 WYCLEF JEAN Perfect Gentleman (Rulfhouse/Columbia) 979 F.$ wows > 76/2 74/0 70/0 74/0 65/ 73/0 68/0 63/0 57/4 60/0 74/4 69/ 74/0 56/0 73/0 60/0 47/5 50/ 54/3 5/0 69/ 42/0 50/2 42/0 33/6 40/0 5/3 28/3 53/4 33/2 42/0 47/0 24/0 87/0 23/5 2/6 07/0 6/0 94/44 9/0 96/0 3/67 78 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 5/20 -Saturday 5/26. 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 2500 plays or more for the first time. Songs below No. 20 are moved to recurrent after 20 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 200, The Arbitron Company). O 200, R&R nc. Complete 0/3 9/ 96/0 76/0 86/5 74/0 79/0 28/0 ARn$TTflF LABELS, Most Added AWS 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic /Universal) 90 DESTNY'S CHLD Bootylicious (Columbia) 67 LFO Every Other Time (J) 53 CTY HGH What Would You Do? (nterscope) 44 DEXTER FREEBSH My Madonna (Capitol) 35 STAND ts Been Awhile (Flip/Elektra/EEG) 22 RONAN KEATNG Lovin' Each Day (A &M/lnterscope) 5 CRAG DAVD Fill Me n (Wildside/Atlantic) 3 2 Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) 3 LL' ROMEO My Baby (Soulja/Priority) 3 ARTST îmí labelsl Most /ncreased Plays TOTAL PLAY NCREASE 'N SYNC Pop (Jive) SUGAR RAY When t's Over ( Lava/Atlantic) +047 FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) +945 DESTNY'S CHLD Bootylicious (Columbia) TOWN All Or Nothing (J) +70 CTY HGH What Would You Do? (nterscope) +686 STAND t's Been Awhile (Flip/Elektra/EEG) +649 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) +647 NCUBUS Drive (mmortal/epic) +586 MANDY MOORE n My Pocket (Epic) +485 Breakers SUGAR RAY When t's Over (Lava /Atlantic) TOTAL PLAYS,NCREASE TOTAL STATONS/ACDS CHART 3227/047 50/2 MANDY MOORE n My Pocket (Epic) TOTAL PLAYS/NCREASE TOTAL STATONS/ADDS CHART 2806/485 5/3 FATH MU. There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) TOTAL PLAYSNCREASE TOTAL STATONS/ADDS CHART 26/945 53/4 AMERCAN H -F Flavor 0 The Weak (s /and/djmg) TOTAL PLAYSANCREASE TOTAL STATONS/ADDS CHART 26/37 33/2 Most Added is tie total number of new adds officially restated to RO by each reporting stabon. Songs unreported u adds do not cane toward overall total stations playing a song. Most ncreased Pays lists the tags with the greatest week- to-week kvnng N total pays. Weighted chan appean on MR ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. R&R Today: the leading management daily fax Radio's Premiere Web Site R&R: The ndustry's Newspaper with the largest help wanted section Contact Karen Mumaw at kmumaw(ts or (30) for information. ft \rcil

45 CHR/Pop June, 200 R&R 43 MN Plairas Gan' Ray () Total Plays: 964, Total Stations: 70. Adds: New & Active MLLYCRAMFODWei You're n Low i...(w) Total Plays: 39. Total Stations: 37. Adds: 4 STAND tt's Been Awhie (Fiu afeg) Total Plays: 843. Total Stations: 90, Adds: 22 CARY HENESSY 'm Gonna BbwYour land_ (Pv 4) Total Plays: 806, Total Stations: 65. Adds: KRYSTAL WARS Supergirl! (KBNHA/labelSeffetknterscope) Total Plays: 64. Total Stations: 67. Adds: NNA COSTA LikeA Feather (GheeblSound/Virgin) Total Plays: 607. Total Stations: 63. Adds: 2 VALERA 0oh La La (nterscope) Total Plays: 473 Total Stations 5. Adds: 6 JOEY MCNTYRE Rain naatiant0 Total Plays 399. Total Stations 34. Adds 4 SHELBY LYMEKiln' Kind esta kdjmg) Total Plays: 38. Total Stations: 40. Adds: EVE MYERSTTFM Let Me... (RufR}lierstlerscope) Total Plays: 357. Total Stations: 26. Adds: 2 Peaches And Cream (B riboy /Msta) Total Plays: 326. Total Stations: 33. Adds: 3 R.E M.nlitaDm0DLie (Warner Bros) Total Plays: 303. Total Stations: 29. Adds: ATC Why OhWhy (Republirillniversal) Total Plays: 277. Total Stations: 39. Adds: 2 CRAG DAVD Fil Me n (Wi Athrmi:) Total Plays Total Stations: 35. Adds: 3 SARA MEN Best Years Of Cur Lives (Drm nwalcs) Total Plays: 277. Total Stations: 28. Adds: 2 RFSSD UNON OF SOULS That's The Gill 've Been...(W) Total Plays: 253. Total Stations: 27. Adds: 7 RDNANKEATNGLain' Ern Day (A&NYlyderscopel Total Plays: 20. Total Stations: 43. Adds: 5 KAL Paradise (London Sire /Curb) Total Plays: 98. Total Stations: 39. Adds: 9 LR EveryOtterTiime(J) Total Plays: 93. Total Stations: 55. Adds: 53 ll ROMEO My Bay ( N) Total Plays: 67. Total Stations: 23. Adds: 3 A HAR -RASNG CLUB R &R KBNHA /Geffen recording artist Krystal Harris stopped by R &R offices to perform for the staff. She was joined by her rep Lynn McDonnell and manager Jonathan "Mookie" Morant, who later shared some beauty tips on how to keep your hair straight up. Pictured are (- 'r) Music Meeting Marketing Dir. Missy Haffley, Admin. Asst. Lisa Linares, Publisher /CEO Erica Farber, Morant, Harris, McDonnell, Sales Rep Kristy Reeves and Music Meeting E- Commerce Admin. Diane Ramos. Songs radoldawplays Fight Off Continued from Page 38 on it. t's too bad they had that one winner in Oklahoma City. When do those attacks. its never just an attack; its a comparison between their contest and our "Phrase That Pays" promotion, where we've handed out $ to people who live in the Tulsa area. We have winners on the air every hour. You know what's really great? Even if they get a winner in Tulsa. they can't do anything about it. because then they're going to have to go on the air and acknowledge the fact that they've only had one winner. R &R: Why hasn't Kiss beaten you? SP: They are not putting all these Kiss stations on to win. They took a former AC station that had a three share with a full staff. and now they have a three -share radio station with one full -time employee. They now have less total salaries than they had with the entire morning show. They own about 44% of the R &R panel and 42% of the BDS panel, and that allows them to dominate. You know where they are going with the record business. t also allows them to clear all of their Premiere programs and work on their monopoly with SFX. That's why they're doing it. and it's a smart thing. The idea of a national brand is ingenious. They're just fucking up the execution. When go over to Bennigans, because they have the best baked -potato soup in town, it matters not at all to me that it's a national restaurant. R &R: What's your message to people who say they can't compete with the mafors' SP: Listeners don't see or hear crappy control rooms. Listeners don't hear how much money you have or how many radio stations you own. Listeners don't hear anything but your imagination. your excitement and your determination on the air. Radio is a theater. so be a thespian and make it work. have about 30 No. rules. One of them is "Never let tactical issues dictate strategy." Another one is "There's always a way." Teach your people your vision and get out there and do it. f you're lying awake at night worrying about it. you're going to lose. You have to be fearless. Randy Michaels is in Cincinnati; he isn't sitting across the street from me. They've yet to put somebody across the street from us who makes me worry. Clear Channel may be this megacompany, but that works in my favor. All listeners know is that one station is at 92. and one is at 06.9, and they like one better than the other. Tulsa is KHTT's house. f you're going to come into town, you're going to have to come and take it away from us. We're not going to give it to you. R &R: Has the competition made you a better programmer? "Radio is a theater, so be a thespian and make it work." SP: Yes. was a good. programmer when screwed the radio station up. because took a chance. shook it up and tried something new. But was also smart enough to say. "'m screwing it up." When took us down to a 4.8. learned the limit of rotations on an established radio station. Now there is no question. R &R: What happens from here.' SP: am hopeful for a big spring, but don't cry on the bad ones, and don't crow on the big ones. The game never ends. We have plans to do more and to do better. and that's what we're going to do. We went back to basics. We all sat down and decided that everybody in the station was going to commit to spending more time listening to music outside of the music meeting, so we'd have a better vibe. We are all going to spend more time talking to our listeners bath on and off the air and focusing on the basics. nterscope recording artist Mya hung out at the New Kiss 03.5, WKSC /Chicago, while she was in town for her concert at the House Of Blues. She is pictured here with Kiss afternoon drive personality Rick Party. Daddy will be in the house once again for the 200 Rhythmic Jam. Lawman Promotions President Greg "Daddy" Lawley, R &R CHR Editor Tony Novia and Convention Queen Jacqueline Lennon finalized the 200 Jam lineup recently. Pictured are (l -r) Lawman's Gary Spangler, Novia, Lennon, Daddy and Lawman's Bill Pfordresher.

46 44 gjjchr/pop June, 200 ' r Artist Title /Late, Aeellllt<.. America's Best Testing CHR/Pop Songs 2+ For The Week Ending 6//0. TW LW 2W 3W Familiarity Burn LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment(DreamWorks) % 9% CHRSTNA AGULERA, LL' KM, MYA AND PNK Lady Marmalade(nterscope) % 25% JESSCA SMPSON rresistible(columbia) % 0% NCUBUS Drive(lmmortal/Epic) % % BACKSTREET BOYS More Than That(Jive) % 3% DREAM This s Me(Bad Boy /Arista) % 6% S CLUB 7 Never Had A Dream Come True(A &M/lnterscope) % 32% TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me)(Columbia) % 3% UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me(Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic) % 34% BBMAK Ghost Of You And Me(Hollywood) % NELLY Ride Wit Me(Fo' Reel/Universal) % 33% 0 -TOWN All Or Nothing(J) % 4% JANET M For You(Virgin) % 38% SAMANTHA MUMBA Baby, Come Over (This s Our Night) (A &M/nterscope) % 2% MOBY F/GWEN STEFAN Southside(V2) % 33% JOE FMYSTKAL Stutter(Jive) % 29% MATCHBOX TWENTY Mad Season(Lava/Atlantic) % 8% CRAZY TOWN Butterfly(Columbia) % 48% AMANDA Everybody Doesn't(Maverick) % 0% DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor(Columbia) % 48% AEROSMTH Fly Away From Here(Columbia) % 8% EDEN'S CRUSH Get Over Yourself(43 /London Sire) % 20% JENNFER LOPEZ Play(Epic) % 3% MANDY MOORE n My Pocket(Epic) % 0% K -C &ijo JO Crary(MCA) % 48% LENNY KRAVTZ Again(Virgin) % 53% SHAGGY Angel(MCA) % 60% NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird (Dream Works) % 45% DDO Thankyou(Arista) % 54% MADONNA What t Feels Like For A Girl(Maverick/WB) % 25% Total sample size is 702 respondents. Total average favorability 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. Sample composition is based on persons 2 +. Persons are screened via the nternet. Once passed, they can take the music test based on their format/music preference. results are not meant to replace callout research. The results are intended to show opinions of participants on the nternet only. RateTheMusic is a registered trademark of The RTM system is available for local radio stations by calling 407/ data is provided by Mediabase Research, A division of Premiere Radio Networks. Most Played Rec LENNY KRAVTZ An (V/rpin) MOBY F/GWEN STEFAN Southside (V2) K-C & JOJO Crazy (MCA) DREAM He Loves U Not (Bad Boy /Arista) 3 DOORS DOWN Kryptonite (Republic/Universal) MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone (Lava/Atlantic) JENNFER LOPEZ Love Don't Cost A Thing (Epic) SHAGGY t Wasn't Me (MCA) CREED With Amts Wide Open (4td-up) SOULDECSON Faded (MCA) MADONNA Don't Tell Me (Maverick/WB) DESTNY'S CHLD ndependent Women Part (Columbia) MADONNA Music (Maverick/NB) MYA Case Of The Ex (Whatcha...) (UniversltyAnterscope) LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance (MCA/Universal) PNK Most Girls (LaFace/Arista) 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) (Epic) CREED Higher (Wind-up) ATC Around The World (La La La...) (Republic/Universal) EVAN AND JARON Crazy For This Girl (Columbia) MLYAH We Need A Resolution (BlackGroundNirgin) ANGELA AMMONS Big Girl (Universal) CASE Missing You (Def Sou/DJMG) CTY HGH What Would You Do? (lnterscope) DAVE MATTHEWS BAND The Space Between (RCA) FUEL Bad Day (Epic) GG D'AGOSTNO 'll Fly With You (Arista) HEAR SAY Pure & Simple (Universal) MYA Where The Dream Takes You (A &M /lnterscope) NO ANGELS Daylight n Your Eyes (MCA) TRCKSDE Under You (Wind -up) YOUNGSTOWN Sugar (Hollywood) 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 do Renee Bell: 000 Santa Monica Blvd., 5th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067

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Put t On Me (Murder /nc./def JarMDJMG) /0 6 7 NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo' Reel/Universal) /0 3 O ERCK SERMON Music (nterscope) /7 8 9 OB FNEST FNAS Oochie Wally (Columbia) /0 0 2PAC Until The End Of lime (Amaru/Deaül RowMterscope) /0 0 TRCK DADDY Take t To Da House (Slip N Slide/Atfanüc) /0 9 2 SNOOP DOGG Lay Low (No Limit/Priority) /0 2 3 LUDACRS Southern Hospitality (Def Jam SouüVDJMG) /0 a0 ST. LUNATCS Midwest Swing (Fo' Reel/Universal) /3 5 THREE THE HARD WAY Let's Get t (Ansta) /3 9 SNOOP DOGG... Just A Baby Boy (Universal) /4 6 LL BOW WOW... Puppy Love (So So Def /Columbia) /0 LL' JON & THE EASTSDE BOYZ Bia Bia (Nl) / m TMBALAND & MA000 Drop (BlackGround) / 20 PROJECT PAT DontSave Her (Hypnotize Minds/Loud) /0 GG D'AGOSTNO 'll Fly With You (Arista) Total Plays. 384, Total Stations: 9, Adds: 0 DREAM This s Me (Bad Boy /Arista) Total Plays: 355. Total Stations: 3. Adds: 0 TMBALAND & MAG00 Drop (BlackGround) Total Plays 342. Total Stations: 30. Adds MADONNA What h Feels Like For A Girl (Mavenak/WB) Total Plays Total Stations: 5, Adds. PRODUCT G &B Cluck Cluck (Yclel/J) Total Plays: 327. Total Stations: 34, Adds: 2 CHCO & COOLWADDA High Come Down (MCA) Total Plays Total Stations: 2, Adds: 0 THREE THE HARD WAY Let's Get t (Arista) Total Plays Total Stations: 0, Adds: 2 LENNY KRAVTZ Again (Virgin) Total Plays: 245, Total Stations: 9. Adds. 2 WLLA FORD Wanna Be Bad (Lava/Atlantic) Total Plays: 22, Total Stations: 5. Adds: 0 REDMAN FDJ KOOL Let's Get Dirty (Del Jano/DJMG) Total Plays: 2, Total Stations 8. Adds: 7 MA LNKS The Best You Can (Loud/Columbia) Total Plays: 97. Total Stations: 4, Adds: 2 XZBT Front 2 Back (Loud) Total Plays: 96. Total Stations:, Adds: 0 ALCA KEYS Fallin' (J) Total Plays: 73. Total Stations: 0, Adds: KOFFEE BROWN Weekend Thing (Arista) Total Plays 64. Total Stations: 9, Adds: FATH EVANS Good ide (Del Jam /DJMG) Total Plays. 56. Total Stations: 4, Adds 0 JLL SCOTT The Way (Hidden Beach/Epic) Total Plays: 44. Total Stations:, Adds: 72 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 5/20 -Saturday 5/26. For COnTptete reporter lists refer to CHR/Rhythmic and Urban.sections. 200, R8R nc. Songs ranked by total plays CHR/Rhythmic Reporters Stations and their adds listed alphabetically by flume! KYWNWpuergl», NM PD. Rom Raplr M0. DJ L.Mt APO. N. NW KFAT/Andqrage, AK DM. Marl CMaM PO'. la.. MAM MOOD MrM tom M WBTS/ABaMa, GA Po DM 0 MOMO J.m NM WZBZ/Adantit City. NJ PO: Tel NUN,0 /WOO 'Loa' 9N sp72mm- SM EGLS,'Bumo-+' _LW C'Ww' KDBT/AsdN, TX PD S6MM. Mom Aro NM sml -lsrnm+'$macrll _.UCi GA Mi'...Cc serma "Mai -barbo' KBVATabnNN, CA P0: DM UM MOM: PNe D2'PY,N' CRWG OWL -i4 YYERONaMngn. MO PD. Me.Mr o. NUN MO: Dam rme WBHJBNMnglwn, AL. Po: MOT J..a,. MoMD'. Mmry w 44 '4.444s- WJAVANNes.MA rato ER.: DAM. AM Mt Ma* OMM,. 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51 CHR/Rhythmic 49 Jtrne, 200 nt n, r, :l]r r Oi, America's Best Testing CHR/Rhythmic Songs 2+ For Trie Week Ending 6//0. nnhwv.. Artist Title (Labe /) TW LW 2W 3W Familiarity Burn EVE F/GWEN STEFAN Let Me Blow Ya Mind(Ruff Ryders/nterscope) % 2% JA RULE F/LL' MO AND VTA Put t On Me(Murder nc. /Def Jam /DJMG) % 37% 2 Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) % % NELLY Ride Wit Me(Fo Reel /Universal) % 37% JOE FMYSTKAL Stutter(Jive) % 37% MSSY MSDEMEANOR ELLOTT Get Ur Freak On(Gold Mind /EastWest/EEG) % 20% CASE Missing You(Def Soul /DJMG) % 4% OUTKAST So Fresh. So Clean (LaFace/Arista) % 27% CHRSTNA AGULERA, LL' KM, MYA AND PNK Lady Marmalade(nterscope) % 29% CTY HGH What Would You Do?(nterscope) % 7% SNOOP DOGG Lay Low(No Limit/Priority) % 9% 2PAC Until The End Of Time(Amaru /Deathrow/lnterscope) % 7% LUDACRS Southern Hospitality(Def Jam South/DJMG) % 29% SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before(Soulife /Atlantic) % 5% TRCK DADDY Take t To Da House(Slip 'N Slide/Atlantic) % 24% R. KELLY Fiesta (Jive) % 8% OLVA Bizounce(J) % 5% K -C & JOJO All The Things Should Have Known (MCA) % 9% JA RULE Cry(Murder nc./del Jam/DJMG) % 5% TOYA Do(Arista) % 4% OB FNEST F/NAS Oochie Wally(Columbia) % 29% JANET All For You(Virgin) % 45% K -C & JO JO Crazy(MCA) % 49% TYRESE Like Them Girls(RCA) % 4% 3LW Playas Gon' Play(Epic) % 5% DESTNY'S CHLD Survivor(Columbia) % 55% JESSCA SMPSON rresistible(columbia) % 7% JENNFER LOPEZ Play(Epic) % 38% LL ROMEO My Baby(Soulja/Priority) % 20% SHAGGY Angel (MCA) % 64% Total sample size is 455 respondents. Total average favorability 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 burn represents the number of respondents who said they are tired of hearing the song. Sample composition is based on persons 2 +. Persons are screened via the nternet. Once passed. they can take the music test based on their format/music preference. results are not meant to replace callout research. The results are intended to show opinions of participants on the nternet only. RateTheMusic is a registered trademark of RateTheMusic. com. The RTM system is available for local radio stations by calling 407/ data is provided by Mediabase Research, A division of Premiere Radio Networks. Most Played Recurrents CHR/RHYTHMC Going For Adds JAGGED EDGE Promise (So So Def /Columbia) K -C & JOJO Crazy (MCA) SHAGGY Angel (MCA) MYSTKAL FNVEA Danger (Been So Long) (Jive) LUDACRS What's Your Fantasy (Def Jam South /DJMG) OUTKAST Ms. Jackson (LaFace /Arista) JAY -Z Just Wanna Love U... (Roc- A- Fella/DJMG) MYA Case Of The Ex (Whatcha...) (University/lnterscope) DR. DRE The Next Episode (Aftermath/lnterscope) SHAGGY t Wasn't Me (MCA) JA RULE FCHRSTNA MLAN Between... (Murder nc./def Jam/DJMG) NELLY E.. (Fo' Reel/Universal) JAY -Z Big Pimpin' (Roc- A- Fella/DJMG) 3LW No More (Baby l'ma Do Right) (Epic) NELLY Country Grammar (Fo' Reel/Universal) DMX Party Up (Up n Here) (RuffRyders4DJMG) ATHENA CAGE Hey Hey (Priority) BUSTA RHYMES What t s (Violator /Loud /Columbia) HEAR SAY Pure And Simple (Universal) SS00 Can Live (Dragon/Def Soul /DJMG) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: 6/5/V DESTNY'S CHLD ndependent Women Part AALYAH Try Again (BlackGroundNirgin) MYSTKAL Shake Ya Ass (Jive) (Columbia) JUVENLE Back That Thang Up (Cash Money /Universal) bring a towel. But not just any towel; it must be an authentic Dexter Freebish beach towel. Just before leaving town" to continue their tour with SR7, Capitol Records' Dexter Freebish had fun in the sun with WNOK /Columbia, SC staffers. Pictured are (t -r) band members Chris Lowe and Charles Martin, Capitol's Joe Rainey, DFs Rob Schilz, MD Sue Tyler, DFs Kyle, morning show producer Sammy Owens, OM Jonathan Rush, band member Scott Romig and PD Brad Kelly.

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53 ...a.sent C i/r/r/iyt/imic June, 200 RUR 5 Mix Show Top 30 Juno, 200 MSSY ELLOTT Get Ur Freak On (Gold Mind/EasWest/EEG) 2 EVE UGWEN STEFAN Let Me Blow Ya Mind (Ruff Ryders/nterscope) 3 OB FNEST f/nas Oochie Wally (Columbia) 4 2 Peaches And Cream (Bad Boy /Arista) 5 R. KELLY Fiesta (Jive) 6 SNOOP DOGG Lay Low (No Limit/Priority) 7 CTY HGH What Would You Do? (nterscope) 8 LL' MO Superwoman (EastWest/EEG) 9 LUDACRS Southern Hospitality (Del Jam SoutVDJMG) 0 OUTKAST So Fresh, So Clean (LaFace/Arista) NELLY Ride Wit Me (Fo'ReeWniversal) 2 JANET All For You (Virgin) 3 TOYA Do (Arista) 4 JA RULE f/ll' MO... Put t On Me (Murder nc./def Jam/DJMG) 5 ERCK SERMON Music (nterscope) 6 SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before (Soulife/Atlantic) 7 JAY -Z Just Wanna Love U (Give lt..) (Roc-A- Fella/DJMG) 8 TYRESE Like Them Girls (RCA) 9 AGULERA, LL' KM, MYA & PN( Lady Marmalade (nterscope) 20 2PAC t/rl Until The End Of Time (Amaru/Death Row /lnterscope) 2 GG D'AGOSTNO 'll Fly Wdh You (Arista) 22 JOE t/mystkal Stutter (Jive) 23 EVE Who's That Girl (Ruff Ryders/nterscope) 24 KURUPTMATE DOGG Behind The Walls (Avatar) 25 TRCK DADDY VSNS EXPRESS Take t To Da House (Slip- N- Slide/Atlantic) 26 JAGGED EDGE Where The Party At? (So So Def /Columbia) 27 MYSTKAL MVEA Danger (Been So Long) (Jive) 28 BUSTA RHYMES What t s (Violator/Loud/Columbia) 29 RAY -J What A Minute (Atlantic) 30 BLU CANTRELL Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!) (Arista) KOBT/Auslin. TX KSVBakerslield, CA WBHJ/Birmingham. AL WJMN/Boston, MA WBBM/Chicago. l KZFM/Corpus Christi, TX KPRR/E Paso, TX WJFX/F. Wayne, N KBOS/Tresno. CA 37 CHR/Rhythmic Mir Show Reporters Contributing Stations KSEO/Fresno, CA KK/Honolulu. H KXME/Honolulu, H OMousloo-0akeston. TX KLUC/Las Vegas, NV KPWR/Los Angeles, CA KXHT/Memphis. TN WPOW/Miami. FL KTTBflAinneapolis, MN KDONBomerey-Salinas. CA WOHT/Ner York. NY WNVZ/Norlolk. VA KOCH/Omaha, NE WPYO/Orlando, FL KCAO/Oanard-Ventura, CA KKFR/Phoenis, AZ KXJM/Porttand. OR WWKX/Proaidence, R KBMB/Sacramenlo, CA KSFM/Sacramento, CA KTFM/San Antonio, TX XHTZ/San Diego, CA KMEL/San Francisco, CA KYLD/San Francisco, CA KUBE/Seattle- Tacoma, WA WLLD/Tampa, FL KOHT/Tucson, AZ WPGC/Washington, DC CRAG DAVD -.omm, :00Mr;,mN Vnv+a=as,aMsir r,.ik"fll A* An" ubi NrilaártliodAt8lonär When did a write -up on this young star several months ago, little did know he would blow up this huge. Wildstar /Atlantic recording artist Cram David filled us in on his project and released his first U.S. single, "Fill Me n." The single blew up overseas, and the album, Born to Do t, went mufti- Platinum. Now the States have a chance to jump aboard the Craig David train. was all gung -ho about seeing David perform al his album release party. Unfortunately, my car broke down, and missed the perfect opportunity to meet this young man. did hear about how well he performed from some reliable industry peeps. MR CHR Editor Tony Novia said he was excellent, and KKUU/Palm Springs, CA PD Pattie Moreno also bragged about witnessing a great performance. And RSA Urban Asst. Editor Tanya O'Ouinn? Well, she called him her "baby's daddy," so 'm guessing she liked him a lot too. The subject of the single is all too familiar (not that 've had any firsthand experience, of course). Don't know what 'm talking about? Let me fill you in: The track is a cute dance record about a young lady who creeps around with her boyfriend while her parents are away or asleep. They don't have a clue as to what their sly daughter is up to; all they know is that suddenly their baby girl has grown up - and out. The maturing young woman discovers boys - not good. Her parents are growing suspicious of her behavior. "Why were you creeping 'round late last night?/why could see two shadows moving in the bedroom light?" sings David, mocking her parents. Uh oh, better have dude sneak in through your bedroom window and keep the door closed - not that /would have done this. "Fill Me n" has successfully swept up a total of 37 Rhythmic adds, with two stations jumping on early, WPYO /Orlando and KKWD /Oklahoma City, the latter of which was banging it at 69 spins last week. At last count, Born to Do twas seven -times Platinum in the U.K. and reland and double Platinum in Australia, Denmark and New Zealand. David's European arena tour was sold out, and he was the youngest artist to have a No. single and No. album in U.K. history. f you don't know who Craig David is, you better ask somebody to fill you in. - Renee Bell N, -Y.>fall i--'i'le. Assi. CHR Editor /b5trynavilli:. Charlie Huero MD. KKFR (Power 92) /Phoenix AR, started as the mobile ; 'SA sho:, spin around h AL.. '.. ;ui hour :.ntr.'ed to n,.,.. : hjr'i nere ell t^.,_, rà on to UM) in Md- trat station vient to m late nights to ^r?-time at KPWR. lom?dktfm.., tan? ;.ith ;n,., Pr) MD Custom manufacturers of StickersDecalsStatics Call us for all your Promotional Product needs e -mail:

54 52 RaR June, 200 Urban PART ONE OF A TWO -PART SERES Frank Ski Strikes A Balance WVEE -FM /Atlanta morning host knows how to keep listeners coming back for more This week and next 'll talk to WVEE- FM/Adanta morning personality Frank Ski, who's - making a positive difference in our industry and in his community. Trust me, it's powerful stuff. Ski has done mornings on'vee for 2!2 years. He and his team have been making "Hotlanta" their own personal oasis of love. respect and success - not an easy accomplishment in any city, no matter the size. They're within a tenth of a point of breaking into double digits in their 2+ Arbitnm numbers. with a 9.9 share in the Frank Ski winter 2(X) book. This ranks the program No. 2 in the market. behind News/Talk WSB -AM's morning show. A Different Schedule' asked Ski to explain the success of his show. "'ve done a morning show for a total of six years. at three different radio stations. and in those years we've had about the same success." he said. " learned something during this time that's helped us get to where we are in Atlanta, and that is that although the morning show game has stayed the same to some degree. it has changed as far as what you have to do to win deci- sively. " did nights before and was No. in my time period for 2 consecutive yeas. At night you madly don't have a set sched- ule. You do your personal appearances during the day and your show at night. You are also doing live shows at clubs when you get off the air. You stay up. and you stay out. A night jock does a lot of work. "When switched to mornings. noticed that my competition didn't have that kind of schedule. They'd get off the air at Oam and. unless they had an appearance to make that day. basically had the whole day to themselves. Maybe they'd go home and only have to do appearances on the weekends. Rarely did they have to make appearances in clubs at night. and rarely did they get out on week- ends in the clubs. 'These people's schedules were no- where near the type of schedule that was used to keeping as a nighttime jock. Today. in the technology age. things are moving faster. and we're not taking as long to get the information that we need. People are more active. and the morning jock - being the per- son leading the radio station - has to be the most active person at the radio station. " haven't missed a step going from nights to mornings. do the same things. 'm still a DJ. play in clubs. spin records. do happy hours and parties at night. do the same things 'd n Recognition of BLACK MUSC A Special Edition MONTH "A month of the greatest legends of R &B" ext. 24S do if were a night jock on a local station. " think that being out there has given us an edge over the competition. f 'm in your market, and 'm all over the place - doming everything and getting involved with the movers and shaken in the com- munity - and you're coming in at Gam and getting off at kon and going home. there's no way that you can relate to what talk about in the morning. and there's no way that you can compete with the number of people touch hands with everyday" On The Same Page "A lot of stations today know that pmmotion and marketing have to work together, but they've lost that whole promotional- marketing side of it" Ski continued. "For example. a study fìund that people eat out more in Atlanta than in any other city in America. Restaurants are more likely to succeed in Atlanta. "As far as the African- American community is concerned. there is a group of :African Americans living in Atlanta who have plenty of money to go out to eat. People are going out on a regular basis to have dinner. You can go out for dinner in Atlanta on a Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday or'ihursday night and have just as long a wait to get seated as you would have on a Friday or Saturday night. "f the people you are talking to on the radio in the mornings are going out during the week to have dinner. you can't get on the morning show and not speak their language. You have to be the same type of person. t's not uncommon for me to say. 'Hey. last night my wife. Tanya. and went to this great new restaurant. We were really surprised. The service was great. the food was great. and the atmosphere was really delightful.' t's not unusual for us to get at least a hundred calls the same day about that restaurant. People will call the show and say. 'Frank, what's the name of that place where you and Tanya went to dinner last night? We want to try it.' "This type of stuff makes you more relatable to the people you are talking to, because you live a similar lifestyle and you are doing some of the same things they are doing on a regular ha- - sis. f you know what the people in your market are into and what they are doing and wrap yourself into that, it's a huge advantage in helping you get ahead and win consistently." "f you know what the people in your market are into and what they are doing and wrap yourself into that, it's a huge advantage in helping you get ahead The Element Of Surprise Ski's morning show is not only No in the winter 200 book. it's No. among 8-34s with a 4.2 share and No. 2 with 25-54s at a 0.6 share - just a point and a half off the pace set by No. WSB -AM. Not bad for a her- itage Urban radio station that has been in the market since back in the day. Overall, WVEE is No. 2 +, 8-34 and asked Ski to list the ingredients for a successful morning show. "The most important word is balance." he said. "t doesn't matter what you do. You can have a great person who does great interviews and talks about issues that re- late to the community, but if he or she does it every day. people will turn away. f you have somebody who's a real funny morning person. and the show is very funny. when people are ready to get serious - which they are on a regular basis - they will turn from that approach. "Our show has specific days on which we deal with issues. and we're always open to stopping what we're doing and dealing with an issue that has affected the entire community. At the same time. we always have balance. We always have the element of surprise with the comedy that comes in. We really don't do staged bits. like to he more off-the-cuff with things like that. " can take a situation. know where it's going and throw it to Wanda. our co- median. and know she is going to have a comedic point of view. f don't want that side to come out. know not to throw something to Wanda. "t's that balance that helps keep people locked into what we do. Why? Be- cause they never know what they're going to get. They never know if we are going to be serious or funny. Either way. if we're going to be serious. it may only be for an hour. Then we may switch it up the next hour. We never spend too much time on something that will make us predictable. "Even though some people like predictability. its the balance and versatility that keep people wondering if they're going to miss something. That's the key: always want to keep people thinking. 'f turn this program off, 'm going to miss whatever they're about to do. t cold be something that can help me live a better life. Let me wait a little longer and see what they're going to do.' "f can create that. have a winning team. People will be sitting in their cars waiting to hear what's going to happen next before they go into the house or office. When you get people doing that - waiting to finish hearing what you're talking about, going into their jobs and putting on their headsets to continue lis- tening and calling someone else and ask- and win consistently." ing if they're listening too- you've got something going." Proper Execution "t is also important for a successful morning show to have proper execution:. Ski added. " listen to a lot of morning shows all over the country. and lack of execution stands out. For example, you may want to deal with an issue that you believe is important. but everybody else in the community doesn't feel that way. You have to sell the importance to them before you deal with the issue. "Let's say we're going to talk about these predatory lenders in our communities who an: taking advantage of eltk'rly Had( homeowners -the scans by which older black peope are having their homes taken away through dismmt c moms. The people who are younger and not homeowners probably don't dare. so you can't pmt get on the air and talk about that issue. because you'll turn them off. But if you make that issue relatable to them. using ex- amples that mean something to them personally. teen you've hit the nerve that will get not only their attention. tut their sup- port for this important issue. "We prepnmote shows when we've got an issue that we want to bring to the public's attention. We do it just like television: They'll promo a show and an is- sue over and over and over leading up to the time it's going to air. We do the same thing. We make it special. We make it sound important. like. 'Did you know you can lose your house in six months'' Someone can take it. and you won't even know until you come home one night from work and you don't own your house anymore. Don't forget to join us on Thursday morning for this eye -opening program.' "People in the city are saying things like, 'Oh, 've got to hear about that. 'm going to make sure check out Frank and the morning show to sec what that's all about.' Then you deliver it to the public by bringing on the right people to dis- cuss the issue. You bring on the experts and the city, county. state and federal people to really make it happen in the minds and hearts of the people you want to reach in your market. We don't play around with this stuff'. We go after it big time and make sure we do it right and effectively. That's the only way to do things like this. "Remember, you never want to be in the position of not being able to answer someone's question when they call in. t' you have the right people there, who have knowledge of the is- sue. they can give listeners the correct information. That's how we do things on The Frank Ski Morning Show." Next week: Part Two of the Frank Ski story.


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62 60 Eg Urban June, solos ARTST BREAKDOWN 4 SHADES SON( "CRAVE" REAL DEAL ARTST LABEL There are about.00 male R &B quartets filling the charts. Now, another one emerges from the valley of harmonious sounds by way of smooth melodies and tender lyrics. 's not like didn't expect the group to sound good; however. was not in the maxi for R &B love songs. especially when Fm mending a broken heart. Long live "Heard t All Before." "Bizerte" and "Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!) "! "Tanya," says the familiar voice on the phone. "t's Priscilla from Pretty Special. Did you receive the 4 Shades package?" Not really sure did, but wanting to get off the phone, reply, "Yes. did. Thanks." "So when should call you back to see if you will review it?" she asks. "Umm, next Thursday." reply while looking at my vacation request form, which has Thursday's absence already approved. love my job, but sometimes... Searching through my stack, come across the press kit that Priscilla was referring to. Thinking, "What the hell. 'm getting stronger; and if break down. 'll blame it on my allergies," pop in the CD. Now 'm Black Rob. 'cause once finished listening Urban Most Played Recurrents different musical note. But this quartet's smoothly blended harmonies aren't their only musical appeal. Each member has the ability to take the lead to its rightful height or to sustain its melody at a desired median. nflu- enced by their goal "to put class back in the game. like Boyz U Men.. these fellas present an album full of amorous songs with sensitive and sincere messages, setting an atmosphere for romantic love, rather than a lustful rendezvous. "Our lyrics are - smooth and clean. There's no un- necessarÿ raucousness in it," says Cannon. to the single "Crave." the only word could utter was "Whoa!" 4 Shack's ' feel you reaching out. youcan't hold back/and it's beena little while, Willie Cannòn, Caesar Riley, Darryl Can- since you last got down like drat" exclaims bebyboy. non and Fred Frazier make up 4 Shades. These t scents both he and homegiri are lacking some serivocally gifted young men hail from Camilla and ous romance in their lives. and he enlightens her to Bainbridge, GA and allow a lit' of that South- the belief that they are each what the other needs. ' er hospitality to season their rich harmonies. can tell you lay awake thinking about nr/and when Just as each of their complexions represents you fall asleep. 'm in your dreams," he adds."! know a skin tone, each of their sounds represents a you want me to give you what you're missing/and feel the same. just listen." Babyboy is feening for babygirl. and he knows she's feening for him. So basically what we have here is two fiends. "Can you hear me? 'm calling. Answer please/hi the middle of the night does your body crave for me?" he ques- lions in the pleading chants. "Crave" is a tender ballad that's centered sensually around an intensely strong physical long- ing. 4 Shades present impressive harmonies and some good leads. Lyrically sparse yet with a vocally complementing melody, this single doesn't stand out like feel it can ('cause 'm thinking that the leads can be much stronger than the single demonstrates). Though it was the harmonies that seized my attention, it's gonna take more than an incredibly good blend to make it in this business. "Crave" is a mellow, sexy and loving introduc- tion to the music industry. However. can't wait to get a copy of the album. want to hear each of these shades shine in their own individual colon. Pane. - Tanya O'Quinn Asst. Urban Editor Urban AC Most Played Recurrent JA RULE F/LL' MO AND VTA Put t On Me(Murder nc. /Def Jam /DJMG) JOE F/MYSTKAL Stutter(Jive) JAGGED EDGE Promise(So So Del/Columbia) JLL SCOTT A Long Walk(Hidden Beach/Epic) JAY -Z Just Wanna Love U...(Roc-A-Fella/DJMG) MYSTKAL F/NVEA Danger (Been So Long) (Jitre) OUTKAST Ms. Jackson(LaFace/Arista) JAHEM Could t Be(Divine Mill/WB) MUSC' Just Friends (Sunny) (Del Soul/DJMG) TAMA Stranger n My House(Elektra/EEG) AVANT My First Love(Magic Johnson/MCA) MYSTKAL Shake Ya Ass(Jive) DAVE HOLLSTER One Woman Man(Def SquadDreamWorks) 404 SOLDER Walk Like A Soldier (Epic) ATHENA CAGE Hey Hey (Priority) BLAL Love t (Moyo /lnterscope) CO -ED Been Around Town (Universal) KEKE WYATT Used To Love (MCA) NCOLE 'm Lookin' (Gold Mind /EastWest/EEG) SSQO Can Live (Dragon /Def Soul /DJMG) DAVE HOLLSTER One Woman Man(Def Squad/DreamWorks) CARL THOMAS Emotionat(Bad Boy /Arista) CHARLE WLSON Without You(Major Hits) YOLANDA ADAMS Open My Heart(Elektra/EEG) TAMA Stranger n My House(Elektra/EEG) AVANT My First Love(Magic Johnson/MCA) MUSO Just Friends (Sunny) (Del Soul/DJMG) ERYKAH MOU Didn't Cha Know(Motown) CARL THOMAS Wish(Bad Boy /Arista) MARY MARY Shackles (Praise You) (Columbia) MAXWELL Fortunate(Rock Land/nterscope/Columbia) JOE 'l Wanna Know(Jive) TON BRAXTON Just Be A Man About t(laface/arista) ANGE STONE No More Rain (n fils Cloud) (Arista) SS00 ncomp ete(dragon/def Sout/DJMG) JLL SCOTT Gettin' n The Way(Hidden Beach/Epic) KEVON EDMONDS 24/7 (RCA) DONELL JONES Where Wanna Be(Untouchables/Laface/Arista) URBAN AC Going ' A dds BLAL Love t (Moyo /lnterscope) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: Urban New & Active LL' 0 Back Back(Game Face/Atlantic) DESTNY'S CHLD Bootylicious(Columbia) COO COO CAL My Projects(Tommy Boy) PASTOR TROY This Tha City(Universal) Total Plays: 639. Total Stations: 33. Adds: 2 Total Plays. 479, Total Stations: 62. Adds: 59 Total Plays: 256. Total Stations: 24, Adds: 6 Total Plays: 43, Total Stations:. Adds: 0 LL' JON á THE EASTSOE BOYZ Bia Bia(TVT) AZ Problems(Motown) WYCLEF JEAN Perfect Gentleman(Rullhouse/Columbia) L -BURNA Listen(Ruthless /Epic) Total Plays: 603. Total Stations: 29. Adds: 0 Total Plays: 425. Total Stations: 44. Adds: Total Plays: 23. Total Stations: 2. Adds: 0 Total Plays: 28. Total Stations: 5. Adds: 0 TMBALAND & MAGOO Drop (BlackGround) FATH EVANS Good Life(DefJanVDJMG) XZBT Front 2 Back(Loud) RAPHAEL BROWN Maybe (Arista) Total Plays: 598. Total Stations: 49. Adds: 0 Total Plays: 47. Total Stations: 33, Adds: 0 Total Plays 27. Total Stations: 24. Adds: '0 Total Plays: 22. Total Stations: 8. Adds: 0 REDMAN F/DJ KOOL Let's Get Dirty(DefJam/DJMG) CRAG DAVD Fill Me n(wildsideatlantic) THA LNKS The Best You Can (Loud/Columbia) BAD All... Wrong dea(doggystyle/prioriy) Total Plays. 57. Total Stations: 54, Adds: 4 Total Plays. 45. Total Stations: 55, Adds: 5 Total Plays 208. Total Stations: 24. Adds: 2 Total Plays. Total Stations: 39, Adds: 37 JESSE POWELL 'm Leaving(Silas/MCA) CHARLE WLSON One Way Street(Major Hits) SLMM CALHOUN The Cut Song(EastWest/EEG) 'CARDNAL OFFSHALL Barkardi Slang(MCA) Total Plays 52. Total Stations: 44. Adds: 2 Total Plays 375. Total Stations: 34. Adds: Total Plays 66. Total Stations: 9. Adds: 2 Total Plays:. Total Stations: 35, Adds: 33 QUEEN PEN Got Cha(Motown) PRODUCT G$B Cluck Cluck(Yclef /J) CAMOFLAGE FARAYBOY Cut Friends (Pure PairvUnnversal) Total Plays 483. Total Stations: 39. Adds: Total Plays: 3, Total Stations: 26. Adds: 2 Total Plays: 52. Total Stations: 37, Adds: 3 Songs ranked by total plays

63 LAST WEEK WEEK ARTST TTLE LABELS) Urban AC Top 30 June, 200 MUSO Love(Def Soul /DJMG) e LUTHER VANDROSS Take You Out(J) 5 Q SUNSHNE ANDERSON Heard t All Before(Soulife /Atlantic) 3 4 CASE Missing You(Def Soul / DJMG) 2 5 DONNE MCCLURKN We Fall Down(Verity) 6 Q NDA.ARE Video(Motown) 7 - JANET All For You(Virgin) O SYLEENA JOHNSON Am Your Woman(Jive) 8 9 JLL SCOTT A Long Walk(Hidden Beach/Epic) 9 0 ERC BENET Love Don't Love Me(Warner Bros.) 2 TANK Maybe Deserve(BlackGround) 3 o AL JARREAU t's How You Say t(grpnmg) 0 3 MAXWELL Get To Know Ya(Columbia) 5 m DAVE HOLLSTER Take Care Of Home(Def Squad/DreamWorks) 4 KOFFEE BROWN After Party(Arista) 7 m BABYFACE There She Goes(Arista) 8 Q JMMY COZER She's All Got(J) 2 m STEPHEN SMMONDS 4U(Priority) 22 JAHEM Just n Case(Divine Mill/WB) e 6 SADE King Of Sorrow(Epic) 23 Debut> ALCA KEYS Fallin'(J) e JLL SCOTT The Way(Hidden Beach/Epic) 24 r CHARLE WLSON One Way Street(Major Hits) TAMA Tell Me Who(Elektra/EEG) ERYKAH BADU Cleva(Motown) R. KELLY A Woman's Threat(Jive) JAGGED EDGE Promise(So So Def /Columbia) Debut> RAPHAEL BROWN Maybe(Arista) KRK FRANKLN Thank You(Gospo Centric/nterscope) (Debut> VAROUS ARTSTS You(Bad Boy /Arista) TOTAL /- GROSS WEEKS ON TOTALSTATpNS PLAYS PLAYS MPRESSONS DART ADDS /0 tbl / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / Most Added ARTST TTLE LABELS ADDS JLL SCOTT The Way(Hidden Beach/Epic) 6 FULL FORCE Float On With Us(Forceful/TVM) 4 GLADYS KNGHT Said You Lied(MCA) 2 WLL DOWNNG s This Love(GRPNMG) 2 NDA.ARE Brown Skin(Motown) 2 TOSH KUBOTA Masquerade(Epic) 2 Most ncreased Plays TOTAL PLAY ARTST TTLE LABELS, NCREASE JLL SCOTT The Way(Hidden Beach/Epic) +05 WLL DOWNNG s This Love(GRPNMG) +80 SYLEENA JOHNSON Am Your Woman(Jive) +79 LUTHER VANDROSS Take You Out(J) +7 GLADYS KNGHT Said You Lied(MCA) +66 AL JARREAU t's How You Say t(grpnmg) +6 D. HOLLSTER Take Care...(Del Squad/DreamWorks) +53 JAHEM Just n Case(Divine Mill/WB) +53 D. HOLLSTER One Woman Man(Def Squad reamworls) +50 STEPHEN SMMONDS 4U(Priority) JON B Don't Talk(Edmonds'Epic) Tat Rays StlO 9. MOs 0 4 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 5/20 -Saturday 5/26. 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. 20 are moved to recurrent after 20 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitran Company (Copyright 200, The Arbitron Company). 0200, R&R nc... ` WLL DOWNNG s This Love(GAPNMG) Tobl lays 66 TWSdons 9 Mss 2 KM WATERS Love Don't Love Nobody(Shanachie) T 3P ys 56 Total Soon 6 MOs JESSE POWE J. Something n The Past(Silas/MCA) oft! Ploys l40 Tad SODots 4 MOs 0 KRK WHALUM FWENDY MOTEN Real Love (Warner Bros.) TWlPbys 3 TotaiRions 6 MOs FATH EVANS FCARL THOMAS Can't Believe (Bad Boy /Arista) TP P*" 66 WS66gM 6 Haas 0 GLADYS KNGHT Said You Lied(MCA) todfbys 92. RaiStmons 20 MOs 2 liturv ffi4 : ' MO HOWARD One Day Without You (Peak/Concord) Tad Plrys 02 Tod AM 0 LEX Conversation(Rea/ Deal) ToM lays 76. Tad Sta ors 7. Mss 0 TYRESE Like Them Girls(RCA) 6464S 74 TWO Sd666 7 Ws 0 NDA.ARE Brown Skin(Motown) TpYPrys 74. TWSbmtls 4 AM 2 REN Breath Again(Orpheus) TouPbys 6e. Tod%tom 6 MOs O SLK We're Callin' U(Elektra/EEG) Tod Ploys 66. Tod Sig.'s 6. MOs Seep ranked by total plays,. Breakers. No Songs Qualified For Breaker Stades This Week Yoe Added is tie ow nuroar of nee adds officialy reported to RJR by each reporting onion. Songs unripened as adds do not count Ward overall total stations playng a song. text ncreased Plays lists the songs with the pealed weak-to-week increases in total plays. Weighted chart appears on RaR ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. nvest in Your Future and Take Your Career in Programming to the Next Level Ai ll nrinre=nay[ As the radio industry changes, you need to change with d. f you're a programmer, the Radio Advertising Bureau now offers you the opportunity to increase your knowledge of the business and your value to your station. With your Certified Radio Marketing Consultant Programmers Accreditation (CRMC -PA), you'll combine your expertise n Programming with the vital, career -building knowledge of Sales. To get a free copy of the CRMC -PA on CD -ROM, watch for t arriving on your desk soon, call the Radio Advertising Bureau at or log on at http: / / Get the credit you deserve. Get certified!

64 62 R&R June, 200 Country LON HELTON corn An Analysis Of The Fall '00 Ratings National averages of TSL, Audience Composition s the beer boys say: "How are you doing?" "Ha ya d000in'?" and, of course, "Wazzuup?" Take a gander at the text and charts on this page, and you'll get a better idea of how you stack up against the national averages. ts been quite a while - a few years. in fact - since last checked in with Katz Media Group Sr. VP/ Strategic Planning Gerry Boehme on the state of the format. at least with regard to Country radio's audience composition. Time Spent Listening and market share. The figures on this page probably don't tell you anything you don't already know or at least feel in your gut. hut they do more precisely quantify d here we are, as opposed to where we were in the mid -'80s and in the boom years of the early to mid -'90s. Audience Composition When you get to the Audience Composition tables. its important to remember that since the highwater marks of. say, 992 and 993. most of the people in those cells have bumped up into the next cell (a far better thing than the alternative). Thus. its perhaps not surprising to see that the cell from Fall '00 FM Audience Composition Sweep 2-7 $ Fall' Fall ' Fall' Fall ' Fall' Fall ' Fall' Fall' Fall ' Fall ' Fall ' Fall ' Fall ' Fall' Fall ' Fall ' Fall ' Audience composition figures show what percentage (on a national average) of a Country station's listenership falls within particular cells. Weekly Time Spent Listening Sweep Men Women Men Women Fall '00 8:24 7:02 8:56 8:8 Fall '99 7:48 7:2 9:07 8:9 Fall '98 8:08 7:23 9:02 7:25 Fall '97 8:22 7:57 9:30 8:57 Fall '96 8:23 8:07 9:27 9:4 Fall '95 8:5 8:39 9:37 8:56 Fa'94 8:45 8:2 9:9 8:44 Fall '93 9:52 8:54 9:42 9:36 Fall '92 0:07 9:26 0:22 9:57 Fail '9 0:23 9:45 0:4 0:25 Fall '90 0:3 9:03 :30 0:29 Fall'89 9:36 8:29 0:42 0:0 Fall '88 9:42 9:3 0:5 0:23 Fall '87 9:09 9:8 0:35 0:48 Fall'86 9:26 8:53 7:34 7:57 Fall'85 9:44 9:52 9:5 0:22 Fall '84 9:47 9:4 9:54 9:47 Weekly Time Spent Listening figures show in hours and minutes the amount of time (on a national average) a person spends witt Country stations. is close to that from Fall '93. n fact. that cell has grown in recent years. Those who became fans in the early '90s as 25-34s are today's 35-44s. Unfortunately. the peak 2-7 shares of the early '90s haven't trans- lated into strong 8-24 shares. The same is true for the swollen 8-24 ranks of the early '90s and today's cell. which has dropped almost a third since Country's heyday. t should also come as no surprise that shares are at their highest levels in years and that and 65+ shares are at or near 7 -year highs. The bad news: 8-24 is near all -time lows. while 2-7 is near the low end of its 7-year range. f there's a positive spin to be put on this by someone who has seen at least three of these cycles over 28 years in Country. it's that we always seem to go through this. Our audience composition edges older and older with every book. until we're afraid that the entire Country audience will be dead within five years. And then, miraculously. the format and music reinvent themselve. we get an influx of young listeners. and the cycle begins again. One other demographic footnote about the older generation: Media Research reports that. the age group is 2% of the population. and this demo is set to explode as the leading edge of the baby boomers start turning 55 this year. Time Spent Listening What strikes me most about the. TSL figures is that men still spend more time with Country radio than do women. a fact that has held true in every fall book since 987. ( Before that. TSL for women was of- ten longer than that of their male counterparts.) The TSL from men is down about 2 /2 hours from its peak. while the TSL from women is off just over two hours from its high. Both stats are interesting. considering the skewing of Country radio to the distaff side over the last few yeah. Of course. there are fewer men than women listening. but this demonstrates, to some extent. why Country radio's ratings have slipped so dramatically: Men give you more TSL and thus hurt the station's ratings to a greater degree when they go away. Perhaps attracting them back to Country is an even better idea than it would Continued on Page 63 Fall 2000 AQH Format Scoreboard Country's 2+ AQH hit an -year low in the fall 2000 Arbitron, posting a 3.9 share, according to new research from the Katz Media Group. Country continues to lead the 2+ AQH parade, largely because all the other formats are so fragmented. Average Market Share indicates the average share of total Country listening in all Arbitron -surveyed markets where Country is available. 2+ AQH Share COUNTRY URBAN HSPANC O. NEWS/TALK SOFT ROCK TRPLE A CLASSC ROCK CHR/RHYTHMC URBAN AC HOT AC SOFT AC FULL SERVCE GOLD Po- /0 S OLDES P. EASY LSTENNG Median Age Fall '00 Fall '99 Fall '98 Fall '97 Fall'96 Fall '95 Fall'94 Fall ' Fall '92 39 Fall '9 40 Fall'90 43 Fall'89 43 Fall'88 42 Fall '87 4 Fall '86 40 Fall '00 Fall '93 (N/A) f 9.6 l8.3 J 8.0 ] 7.3 j 9.3 Jfl j 62 j _ S Country Sweep 2+ AOH Fall ' Fall' Fall ' Fall ' Fall ' Fall ' Fall ' Fall ' Fall ' Fall '9 4.5 Falt' Fall '89.9 Fall '88.5 Fall ' Fall' Fall '85 4. Fall '84 3.0

65 CALVN' GLBERT Nashville June, 200 MR 63 Their Day n Court McGraw and Chesney acquitted in 'horse incident' Tim McGraw's latest album is titled Set This Circus Down. and it's perhaps an appropriate _choice in light of his recent trial in Orchard Park, NY. a.arccr nnnmrcncnr Kenny Rogers was presented with the ACM's Career Achievment Award during the L.A. -based organization's recent awards show. Visiting backstage are (l -r) Trace Adkins, Ronnie Dunn, Rogers and Kix Brooks. McGraw. Kenny Chesney and McGraw's former Production Man- ager. Mark Russo, were acquitted last week of all charges stemming from last June's altercation with sheriffs deputies backstage at the George Strait Country Music Festival in the Buffalo. NY suburb. The three were arrested following a scuffle that broke out when Chesney allegedly refused a deputy's order to relinquish a horse he was riding. A jury deliberated a little more than two hours before declaring the three innocent of the misdemeanor charges. n McGraw's case. that included allegations of harassment. third -degree assault. resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration and third -degree menacing. Chesney had been charged with disorderly conduct, while Russo was charged with resisting arrest. harassment. obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct. With fans tilling the gallery. the courtroom erupted into applause when the not guilty" verdict was read. However, those fans clearly didn't include Erie Country (NY) Sheriff Patrick Gallivan and his deputies. As they walked into the courthouse. McGraw and his attorney were served with a civil suit filed on behalf of one of the officers. Sgt. Mark Rokitka, who earlier testified against McGraw. is now asking for unspecified monetary damages. citing men- tal and physical distress caused by the incident. While most people in the country music industry have met and had conversations with McGraw and Chesney. few of us can claim to be the kind of close friends who know their true character. However. do McGraw and Chesney even remotely appear to be the kind of menacing characters who could cause a seasoned law officer to experience mental and physical distress? All three defendants have always staunchly proclaimed their innocence, but would this incident have gone to trial if McGraw and Chesney did not have such a high profile? For that matter. would the case have gone to trial if the defendants had lacked the financial resources to pay attorney's fees and the costs of returning to Orchard Park? Justice Prevails t's clear that both the singers and the law officers took the matter personally. When leaving the courtroom one day. McGraw reportedly tossed a copy of People magazine into Gallivan's lap. The issue from last June quoted the sheriff as saying that there's no legal basis for anyone to assault a police officer. The sheriff told the Buffalo News, 'The behavior of defendants during the entire trial... the laughing, the joking. the shucking, 'twitting... don't think any of that's appropriate. think it's an affront to all law- abiding citizens and law enforcement officers." McGraw's attorney, Thomas Eoannou, responded. "The sheriff of Eric County has put aside the county's business on account of a misdemeanor charge to Tim McGraw'? This case is about trying to save the reputation of the Erie County Sheriff's Department so they can print in People magazine that Tim was convicted." The star -gazing quotient was increased as McGraw's wife. Faith Hill, accompanied him to court for most of the trial. The exception was when she went to Hawaii to perform at the premiere of the new film Pedrl Harbor. which features her current single, "There You'll Be." The Court TV website devoted a section to Hill's fashion choices during the trial. As promised. McGraw and Hill signed autographs outside the courthouse following the verdict. n a prepared statement. Chesney said, " would like to thank the people of Buffalo for their support and patience during this long and highly publicized ordeal. And to my fans, thank you for your belief. We're glad this is over." Outside the courtroom, McGraw told reporters. "We've been waiting months to have our day of trial. The justice system works. Justice prevails. We'll be back. We'll play again in Buffalo." Actually. McGraw's summer tour with Chesney and Mark Collie includes a July 4 date in Darien Center, NY, located approximately 40 miles from Buffalo. Ruing the court action McGraw's 40 -city tour was announced, including the June 20 kick- MCA/Nashville recently hosted a lavish party celebrating the double - Platinum success of Lee Ann Womack's Hope You Dance. Joining in the festivities are (l -r) Universal Records Manager/Southeast Regional Promotion Larry Schuster; MCA /Nashville Chairman Bruce Hinton; Universal Sr. VP /Pop Promotion Charlie Foster and Sr. Director /Pop Promotion David Nathan; Womack; Universal National Director /Pop Promotion Dave Reynolds; and MCA /Nashville Sr. VP /A &R Mark Wright, President Tony Brown and Sr. VP/National Promotion David Haley. offal Albuquerque's Journal Pavilion. TV Action Two new country acts are poised to become TV stars. Lyric Street's Kortney Kayle is set for a recurring role on ABC's daytime drama One Life to Lire. The role is designed to support her career as a country singer. so she'll be portraying herself - as an up- and -coming country singer. Her first appearance on the show is set for July 2, with her first musical performance scheduled for July 20. The story line will focus on the release of a single and the upcoming arrival of her debut album. t all corresponds to the release of her new single. "Unbroken by You." and the late -summer release of her album. Curb's Clark Family Experience have finished shooting a pilot for Warner Bros. Television. The six brothers spent three weeks in Vancouver. British Columbia shooting the pilot for the one -hour drama. which reflects "wholesome. family values." The concept involves the Clark Family traveling from town to town on their tour bus. Viewers will see what situations they encounter and what life is like going home to a bus every night. The show was pitched recently to advertisers in New York and will be considered for the network's fall lineup. Artists and executives with the RCA Label Group headed to Pinot Hollywood for a post -ACM Awards party. Standing are ( -r) Ronnie Dunn, Coley McCabe, Diamond Rio's Jimmy Olander, Brian Prout, Marty Roe, RLG Executive VP Butch Waugh, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Diamond Rio's Gene Johnson, Kenny Chesney, Diamond Rio's Dan Truman, Shannon Brown, Diamond Rio's Dana Williams, 3 Of Hearts' Blair Stroud, Phil Vassar, 3 Of Hearts' Katie McNeill, Brad Warren, 3 Of Hearts' Deserea Wasdin, Kix Brooks and Brett Warren. Seated are (l -r) Arista /Nashville VP/National Promotion Bobby Kraig, RCA VP /National Promotion Mike Wilson, Dick Clark and BNA VP /National Promotion Tom Baldrica. Fall '00 Ratings Continued from Page 62 seem to be on the surface, considering the TSL they deliver. Also disturbing is the widening TSL disparity between 25-54s and 25-34s. A few years ago the younger demos yielded TSL close to or, in some cases, longer than their older counterparts. Today. however. the gap between the age groups is growing. What really scares me s the dramatic drop in the TSL of women. f Country is depending more heavily on women lately. the 7:02 TSL of women -a drop of more than 20 minutes - portends ugly things. What's going on? We're targeting them. but they like us less? Bmt Double-digit TSL was long one of Country's hallmarks. This format used to consistently rank in the top three in TSL by format on a national basis, but it has slipped badly in recent years. n 990 weekly Country TSL exceeded hours. This past fall Country ranked 3th with eight hours, 34 minutes. Before you get too depressed about the rankings, it's important to note that only two mainstream formats outpace Country TSL: Urban AC is fourth at 0:0, and Soft Rock ranks 2th at 8:39. Leading the TSL derby are Urban at :48, Gospel with :39 and Hispanic AM at :00. For curiosity's sake. here is the weekly TSL for other mainstream formats: Talk FM, 8:23; AC, 8:03; Rock. 7:52; Oldies, 7:37; Classic Rock, 7:3; Hot AC. 6:37; and CHR/ Pop, 6:4.

66 Think 64 Country Top 50!L: June, 200 TOTAL PCNTS TOTAL P.AYS GROSS WEEKS ON TOTAL _4S* 'W TW tapressons CHART STATONS/ WEEK WEEK ARTST ''!TLE LABELS) 00) ADDS 3 0 KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice (BNA) /0 2 TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) /0 3 BROOKS & DUNN Amt Notping 'Bout You (Arista) /0 e Q LONESTAR 'm Already There (BNA) /0 5 5 GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be (MCA) /0 Q SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) /0 DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going With Me (Monument) /0 B Q GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA) /0 0 o ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) / m MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me (Columbia) / 2 m BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) /0 '2 MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy (VFR) /0 a JAME O'NEAL When About Angels (Mercury) /2 8 3 a JO DEE MESSNA Downtime (Curb) / LEARN RMES But Do Love You (Curb) /0 23 m FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) /5 8 KETH URBAN Where The Blacktop Ends (Capitol) /0 7 m CHRS CAGLE Laredo (Capitol) / 6 9 AARON TPPN People Like Us (Lyric Street) /0 20 RASCAL FLATTS While You Loved Me (Lyric Street) /4 9 2 CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes (Capitol) /0 2 T. BYRD Wf.. CHESNUTT A Good Way To Get On My... (RCA) /2 a 22 DARRYL WORLEY Second Wind (DreamWorks) /5 26 e) LEE ANN WOMACK Why They Call t Falling (MCA) /9 28 a TOBY KETH 'm Just Talkin' About Tonight (DreamWorks) /20 25 el TRSHA YEARWOOD Would've Loved You Anyway (MCA) /3 24 KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) / Breaker m BLAKE SHELTON Austin (Warner Bros.) /6 CYND THOMSON What Really Meant To Say (Capitol) /6 5 e) SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) /2 e) TAMMY COCHRAN Angels n Waiting (Epic) / Breaker a SHEDASY Still Holding Out For You (Lyric Street) /0 38 DAMOND RO Sweet Summer (Arista) /3 34 e) CHARLE ROBSON Want You Bad (Columbia) /2 e 37 MARK WLLS Loving Every Minute (Mercury) / 35 e CAROLYN DAWN JOHNSON Complicated (Arista) /5 36 TRCK PONY On A Night Like This (H2E/WB) /2 39 a LLA MCCANN Come A Little Closer (Warner Bros.) /3 4 e) ALABAMA Will You Marry Me (RCA) /3 42 m CLARK FAMLY EXPERENCE Standin' Still (Curb) /2 43 m ANDY GRGGS How Cool s That (RCA) /3 44 WARREN BROTHERS Where Does t Hurt (BNA) /0 a 46 JEFF CARSON Real Life (Curb) / OF HEARTS Love s Enough (RCA) /0 45 MKE WALKER Honey Do (DreamWorks) /2 50 m CHELY WRGHT Never Love You Enough (MCA) /7 Debut> a KORTNEY KAYLE Unbroken By You (Lyric Street) /4 -- m DWGHT YOAKAM Want You To Want Me (Reprise/WB) /7 Debut> ía) BLLY GLMAN She's My Girl (Epic) /4 e e) MEREDTH EDWARDS The Bird Song (Mercury) /6 47 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 5 /20- Saturday 5/26. 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 200, The Arbitron Company). 200, R&R nc. ARTST TTLE.ABELS Most Added ADDS T. KETH 'm Just Talkin' About Tonight (DreamWorks) 20 CHELY WRGHT Never Love You Enough (MCA) 7 JESSCA ANDREWS Helplessly. Hopelessly (DreamWorks) 7 BLAKE SHELTON Austin (Warner Bros.) 6 FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) 5 BLLY GLMAN She's My Girl (Epic) 4 PHL VASSAR Six -Pack Summer (Arista) 4 DAMOND RO Sweet Summer (Arista) 3 CLARK FAMLY EXPERENCE Standin Still (Curb) 2 TRCK PONY On A Night Like This (H2E/WB) 2 ARTST TTLE Most ncreased Points LABELS) TOTAL Parr 'CREASE FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) T. KETH 'm Just Tallen' About Tonight (DreamWorks) LONESTAR 'm Already There (BNA) LEE ANN WOMACK Why They Call t Falling (MCA) +527 CYND THOMSON What Realty Meant To Say (Capitol) +303 DAMOND RO Sweet Summer (Arista) +33 M. GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me (Columbia) +092 JO DEE MESSNA Downtime (Curb) +050 JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) +00 TRSHA YEARWOOD Would've Loved You... (MCA) +998 Most ncreased Plays TOTAL PLAY ARTST TTLE LABELS) NCREASE FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) +909 T. KETH 'm Just Talkin' About Tonight (DreamWorks) +53 LONESTAR 'm Already There (BNA) +526 LEE ANN WOMACK Why They Call t Falling (MCA) +30 CYND THOMSON What Really Meant To Say (Capitol) +267 JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) +248 DAMOND RO Sweet Summer (Arista) +242 TRSHA YEARWOOD Would've Loved You... (MCA) +22 JO DEE MESSNA Downtime (Curb) +93 M. GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me (Columbia) +90 Breakers BLAKE SHELTON Austin (Warner Bros.) 65% of our reporters on it (96 stations) 6 Adds Moves DEMST Still Holding Out For You (Lyric Street) 64% of our reporters on it (94 stations) 0 Adds Moves Most Added is the total number of new adds officially reported to RUR by each mooning station. Songs unreported as adds do rot count loosed ovary bed Nations playing a song. Most tnemusd Points/ PMys Mate the sags with the greatest week- lo-wssk increases in total Points/Plays. With these {Trendy} make -up bags with custom imprint you'll make -out (denier nylon $.75 {um pc. minimum} Sou

67 ra Country ndicator ni June, 200 R &R'S EXCLUSVE REPORTED OVERVEW OF NATONAL ARPLAY ARTST TTLE dabeu 3 OF HEARTS Love s Enough (RCA) ALABAMA Will You Marry Me (RCA) GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be (MCA) JESSCA ANDREWS Helplessly... (DreamWorks) BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You (Arista) MARY CHAPN CARPENTER Simple Life (Columbia) CLARK FAMLY EXPERENCE Standin' Still (Curb) TAMMY COCHRAN Angels n Waiting (Epic) CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes (Virgin) TOTALSTATNNS TOTAL TOTAL A006 PONTS PAYS SD. +D+i SDdY 2D2 0-t9 4 9/ / / / / / / / / Most Added 65 ARTST TTLE LABELiS. ADDS TOBY KETH 'm Just Talkin' About... (DreamWorks) 6 CHELY WRGHT Never Love You Enough (MCA) 6 PHL VASSAR Six -Pack Summer (Arista) 6 TRCK PONY On A Night Like This (H2EANB) 5 DWGHT YOAKAM Want You To Want Me (Reprise/WB) 5 FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) 4 WARREN BROTHERS Where Does t Hurt (BNA) 4 DAMOND RO Sweet Summer (Arista) 3 BLAKE SHELTON Austin (Warner Bros.) 3 CLARK FAMLY EXPERENCE Standin' Still (Curb) 3 JESSCA ANDREWS Helplessly, Hopelessly ( DreamWorks) 3 CYND THOMSON What Really Meant To Say (Capitol) 2 CAROLYN DAWN JOHNSON Complicated (Arista) 2 MKE WALKER Honey Do (DreamWorks) 2 JEFF CARSON Real Life (Curb) 2 DEAN/BOGGUSS /JLLAN Keep... (DreamWorks) DAMOND RO Sweet Summer (Arista) DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going... (Monument) MEREDTH EDWARDS The Bird Song (Mercury) TYLER ENGLAND 'd Rather Have... (Capitol) 5/ / / / / SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) 35/ KRSTN GARNER Lets Burn t Down (Atlantic) BLLY GLMAN She's My Girl (Epic) GREEN & MORROW Texas On My... (Crystal Clear) ANDY GRGGS How Cool s That (RCA) FATH HLL There You'll Be (WB) ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) CAROLYN DAWN JOHNSON Complicated (Arista) KORTNEY KAYLE Unbroken By You (Lyric Street) TOBY KETH 'm Just Talkin'... (DreamWorks) HAL KETCHUM She s (Curb) LONESTAR 'm Already There (BNA) LLA MCCANN Come A Little Closer (Warner Bros.) TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't... (Columbia) JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) JOHN RCH Forever Loving You (BNA) CHARLE ROBSON Want You Bad (Columbia) KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) BLAKE SHELTON Austin (Giant/WB) SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS Am A Man... (Mercury) SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) TRCK PONY On A Night Like This (H2E/WB) / / /O / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / O Most ncreased Points TOTAL PONT. ARTST TTLE LABELS tcrease FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) +605 TOBY KETH 'm Just Taikin' About... ( DreamWorks) +337 LEE ANN WOMACK Why They Call t Falling (MCA) +229 CHELY WRGHT Never Love You Enough (MCA) +226 MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't... (Columbia) +54 CLARK FAMLY EXPERENCE Standin' Still (Curb) +0 JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) +09 JAME O'NEAL There s No Arizona (Mercury) +98 JEFF CARSON Real Life (Curb) +97 WARREN BROTHERS Where Does t Hurt (BNA) +96 Most ncreased Plays TOTAL PLAY ARTST TTLE LABELS) NCREASE TRAVS TRTT Love Of A Woman (Columbia) KETH URBAN Where The Blacktop Ends (Capitol) PHL VASSAR Six -Pack Summer (Arista) MKE WALKER Honey Do (DreamWorks) WARREN BROTHERS Where Does t Hurt (BNA) ELBERT WEST Diddley (Broken Bow) WLKNSONS Wanna Be That Girl (Giant) LEE ANN WOMACK Why They Call t Falling (MCA) DARRYL WORLEY Second Wind (DreamWorks) TRSHA YEARWOOD Would've Loved You... (MCA) 5/ / / / / / / / / / Country ndicator reporters in markets Songs ranked alphabetically for the airplay week of Sunday 5/20- Saturday 5/ R &R nc. FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) +200 TOBY KETH 'm Just Talkin' About... ( DreamWorks) +05 LEE ANN WOMACK Why They Call t Falling (MCA) +68 CHELY WRGHT Never Love You Enough (MCA) +66 MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't... (Columbia) +40 BLAKE SHELTON Austin (Warner Bros.) +36 JEFF CARSON Real Life (Curb) +35 SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) +33 CLARK FAMLY EXPERENCE Standin' Still (Curb) +3 JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) +29 WARREN BROTHERS Where Does t Hurt (BNA) +27 JAME O'NEAL There s No Arizona (Mercury) +25 TRSHA YEARWOOD Would've Loved You... (MCA) +24 CLAY DAVDSON Unconditional (Virgin) +24 LLA MCCANN Come A Little Closer (Warner Bros.) +23 GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA) +9 LONESTAR 'm Already There (BNA) +8 DARRYL WORLEY Second Wind (DreaniWorks +8

68 Would've 66 ARTST Title (Label) Bullseye Country Ca'lout EXCLUSVE NATONAL MUSC RESEARCH ESTMATES June, 200 BULLSEYE0 song selection is based on the top 35 titles from the R &R Country chart for the airplay week of May 6-2. LKE A LOT TOTAL POSTVE NEUTRAL FAMLARTY DSLKE BURN ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Coves You (Arista) 39.0% 75.5% 9.5% 98.8%.8% 2.0% BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You (Arista) 42.3% 74.8% 9.0% 99.0% 2.5% 2.8% SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) 3.3% 7.8% 20.5% 98.8% 3.8% 2.8 h KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) 32.8% 70.8% 9.5% 96.5% 2.8% 3.5% RASCAL FLATTS While You Loved Me (Lyric Street) 25.0% 70.8% 2.0% 96.3% 2.8%.8% LONESTAR 'm Already There (BNA) 37.3% 70.3% 9.8% 96.8% 3.5% 3.3% TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) 37.3% 69.5% 20.8% 98.3% 5.3% 2.8% TRSHA YEARWOOD Loved You Anyway (MCA) 27.0% 68.8% 24.3% 96.8% 2.8%.0% CHRS CAGLE Laredo (Capitol) 22.5% 68.5% 23.0% 96.8% 3.0% 2.3% BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) 3.5% 68.0% 23.8% 98.3% 4.0% 2.5% MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me (Columbia) 22.5% 67.8% 25.3% 97.0% 2.3%.8% KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice (BNA) 32.5% 67.3% 23.3% 99.0% GARY ALLAN Right Where Need to Be (MCA) 30.0% 66.8% 2.5% GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else (MCA) 22.8% 66.0% 25.3% 99.3% 96.0% SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) 20.5% 65.0% 26.0% 94.3% 2.5% 0.8% DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going Down With Me (Monument) 28.5% 64.8% 20.3% 99.3% 5.0% 9.3% BLAKE SHELTON Austin (Warner Bros.) 23.8% 64.8% 22.8% 93.8% 3.8% 2.5% AARON TPPN People Like Us (Lyric Street) 30.0% 63.0% 27.0% 98.8% 5.5% 3.3% KETH URBAN Where The Blacktop Ends (Capitol) 28.5% 62.8% 25.5% 96.8% 6.5% 2.0% T. BYRD/M. CHESNUTT A Good Way To Get On My Bad Side (RCA) 28.0% 62.8% 9.3% 97.3%.0% 4.3% LEANN RMES But Do Love You (Curb) 9.5% 60.8% 30.5% 97.8% 4.8%.8% CYND THOMPSON What Really Meant To Say (Capitol) 24.5% 59.0% 29.5% 94.5% 4.0% 2.0% JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) 25.3% 57.0% 33.0% 97.5% 5.5% 2.0% TAMMY COCHRAN Angels n Waiting (Epic) 20.0% 56.8% 3.0% 96.5% 6.5% 2.3% DARRYL WORLEY Second Wind (DreamWorks) 26.0% 56.5% 35.3% 96.3% 4.0% 0.5% TOBY KETH 'm Just Talkin' About Tonight (DreamWorks) 24.5% 56.5% 26.5% 90.5% 5.0% 2.5% CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes (Capitol) 7.5% 56.5% 32.0% 94.5% 2.8% 3.3% JO DEE MESSNA Downtime (Curb) 7.5% 55.5% 35.5% 97.8% 4.0% 2.8% MARK MCGUNN Mrs. Steven Rudy (VFR) 28.0% 55.0% 26.5% 98.0% 9.3% 7.3% CHARLE ROBSON Want You Bad (Lucky Dog /Columbia) 5.3% 54.3% 29.8% 92.8% 6.8% 2.0% FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) 9.0% 54.0% 28.0% 87.5% 4.0%.5% TERR CLARK No Fear (Mercury) 6.5% 53.3% 33.3% 98.3% 7.0% 4.8% LEE ANN WOMACK Why They Call t Falling (MCA) 9.0% 52.8% 26.0% 89.3% 8.8%.8% SHEDASY Still Holding Out For You (Lyric Street) CAROLYN DAWN JOHNSON Complicated (Arista) 20.3% 23.8% 5.0% 49.0% 33.3% 3.3% 90.3% 9.5% 2.8% 3.8% 2.0% 4.3% 0.0%o 5.8% 7.3% 2.8%.8%.3% Awe Password of the Week: Bonadies Question of the Week: Did you watch the Academy of Country Music Awards on television? f so, on a scale of -5 - with "" meaning you did not like it and "5" meaning you liked it a lot - how would you rite the show overall? Total Sample Yes. watched: 54'4 Total Positives (4 & 5): 649E NeutraUjust okay (3): 24% Negatives ( & 2): 2% Rating on the -5 differential: 3.8 ' Listeners Yes. watched:54% Total Positives (4 & 5): 70% NeutraUjust okay (3): 99E Negatives ( & 2): % Rating on the -5 differential: 3.8 '2+ Listeners Yes. watched: 559E 'Total Positives 4 & 5): 68% NeutraUjust okay (3): 2(% \eg:uives ( & 2): 2' Rating on the -5 differential: 3.6 Male Yes. watched: 55'% Total Positives (4 & 5): 6(% NeutraUjust okay (3): 25% Negatives & 2): 5% Rating on the -5 differential: 3.7 Female Yes. watched: 53% Total Positives (4 & 5): 70% NeutraUjust okay (3): 2% Negatives ( & 2): 9% Rating on the -5 differential: s Yes. watched: 52% Total Positives (4 & 5): 63% NeutraUjust Okay (3): 22% Negatives ( & 2): 5% Rating on the -5 di0èrential: Yes. watched: 5'.7 Total Positives (4 & 5): 57% NeutraUjust okay (3): 3% Negatives ( & 2): 2% Rating on the -5 differential: 3.7 Total sample sizes 400 persons weekly with a.- 5% margin of error. 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69 Country Action June, 200 RM 67 The New Album Gallery Asleep At The Wheel The Very Best of Asleep At The Wheel (Relentless/Nashville) t would probably take Asleep At The Wheel leader Ray Benson, himself, to tell you how many labels the band has recorded on over the past three decades. After the quadruple - Grammy success of Ride With Bob, the band's 999 tribute to' Bob Wills, Benson stared to look at sales figures. He says, " looked at all the 'best of' Asleep At The Wheel albums - of which there are many - and none of them contained all of the songs that are our top- requested songs night after night on the road." That's what prompted their Restless/Nashville debut album. which isn't just another "best or' compilation but is nonetheless titled The Very Best of Asleep At The Wheel. "t's not ballad -heavy." Benson admits. "We're a dance band. That's what we're about. And that's plenty." He adds. " wanted to rerecord these songs, because felt that now we do them a whole lot better than we did before. People always said, 'Asleep At The Wheel are a great live band. but their records ain't so great.' That's been our rap and, unfortunately, a deserved one at times. We couldn't do technically what we can do nowadays in the studio, and we settled for less sometimes. Now we're all so much better at playing. and l've grown quite a bit as a vocalist. l've always been a unique vocalist. but my technique left a lot to be desired." All of the songs have been tested night after night on the road. The album also includes some noteworthy guest appearances: Mandy Barnett sings on one of the Wheel's all -time favorites. The Letter That Johnny Walker Read." Brad Paisley trades guitar licks with Benson on the Hank Garland instrumental "Sugarfoot Rag." and Huey Lewis adds harmonica to "The Last Meal." T. Graham Brown T. Graham Brown Lives (Relentless /Nashville) T. Graham Brown has been described as a cross between Otis Redding and Lefty Frizzell for the soulful spin he placed on his country hits during the '80s. After parting company with Capitol Records in 992, Brown spent two years signed to Warner Bros. and two years signed to Columbia. Neither label, however, ever issued an album. "That was an extremely frustrating time for me," he says. "We kept trying different things in the studio, but it never really jelled. We kept up with our road work. in many cases working more shows than ever before. but we couldn't agree on the music with either label." Brown's career was rejuvenated in 998 with "Wine nto Water," a song that found a home at Country radio. Unfortunately, when the label that issued the project folded a year later. Brown was again without a record deal. After signing with Relentless/Nashville this past fall, it made sense to combine a "greatest hits" package with a live recording. Brown says. "Most, if not all, of my albums are no longer in print. All the Capitol albums. the greatest hits package - everything we've done over the years is no longer available. So we decided to record a live album and include most of the hits. There arc no gimmicks on this album. What you are hearing is me and the band doin' it live - and we had a blast." Brown has always excelled as a live performer, and his voice remains solid, as indicated by the concert performances of " Tell t Like t Used to Be," " Wish Could Hurt That Way Again, "Wine nto Water, "Darlene," "Come as You Were" and "Hell and High Water." Trisha Yearwood nside Out (MCA) For her new album. nside Out, Trisha Yearwood picked material from a diverse set of writers ranging from Harlan Howard to Richard Marx. "The things that bring to the table are, hopefully, songs that believe have integrity," Yearwo xl says. "'m more comfortable with my voice than l've ever been. think 'm a more relaxed singer than used to be, and that comes out in the energy hear on this record. Then there's the group of people like to have around me - people like Don Henley, Kim Richey, Andrew Gold and Matraca Berg. That's my crowd, people who make me feel like this is a Trisha Yearwood record." Yearwood wanted to experiment with a lighter sound, but she says Mark Wright is the last person she expected to choose as a co- producer. "We even joke about it," she says. "Anybody who knows us can tell you that we're about as far apart personality -wise as two people can be. thought we'd be oil and water, and that it would never work." Yearwood came to realize that Wright's strong personality is one of the qualities that makes him a great producer. She says, " love the fact that if he's going to put strings on a record, he'll have them turned up and in your face. There's no restraint there. 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70 68 R&R June, 200 Country New & Active National Radio Formats PHL VASSAR Six -Pack Summer (Arista) Total Stations: 6. Adds: 4, Points: 757, Plays: 5 ( +66) BLLY RAY CYRUS Southern Rain (Monument) Total Stations: 33. Adds: 9. Points: 656. Plays: 46 ( +20) B. DEAN/S. BOGGUSS /JWAN Keep... (Dreamcatcher) Total Stations: 7. Adds:, Points: 620. Plays: 24 ( +) ELBERT WEST Diddley (Broken Bow) Total Stations: 7. Adds: 0, Points: 60. Plays: 43 ( +37) TRAVS TRTT Love Of A Woman (Columbia) Total Stations: 0. Adds: 5, Points: 579, Plays: 0 ( +53) JESSCA ANDREWS Helplessly... (DreamWorks) Total Stations: 2, Adds: 7, Points: 557, Plays: 06 ( +3) Songs ranked by total points. MCA recording artist Vince bill visited KSON /San Diego last week to hang with the crew there. Pictured (l -r) are OM John Dimick, Gilt and APD /MD Greg Frey. During KASE /Austin's recent "Hands on a Ram!" promotion, 26 contestants placed their hands on a 200 Dodge Ram pickup in order to take it home. After 87 hours and 25 minutes (and no sleep!), only one contestant remained. Rene Albarron from Austin was the lucky winner of the new truck! Pictured (l -r) after a weekend of rest are KXAN -TVs David Walker, Albarron, KASE Dir./ Promotion Carrie Sapp, Ad Agency Rep. Steve Laukhoff and Dealership GM David Kellerman. 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 ABC RADO NETWORKS Coast -To -Coast Mark Edwards (972) Adds: DWGHT YOAKAM Want You To Want Me Movers: LONESTAR 'm Already There JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels FATH HLL There You'll Be KETH URBAN Where The Blacktop Ends ALTERNATVE PROGRAMANR Steve Knoll (800) Gary Knoll Addy JEFF CARSON Real Life BLLY RAY CYRUS Southern Rain WARREN BROTHERS Where Does t Hurt CHELY WRGHT Never Love You Enough Hottest: KETH UBRAN Where The Blacktop Ends JO DEE MESSNA Downtime JONES RADO NETWORKS Music Progralm irglcorrsultirrg Ken Moultrie (800) Mainstream Country Ray RandallAlank Aaron Adds: No Adds Hottest: ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice LONESTAR 'm Already There SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else New Country L.J. Smith/Hank Aaron Adds: RASCAL FLATTS While You Loved Me Hottest: ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice LONESTAR 'm Already There SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More GEORGE STRAT f You Can Qo Anything Else Lia Ken Moultrie/Hank Aaron Adds: No Adds Hottest ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice LONESTAR 'm Already There SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else 24 HOUR FORMATS Jim Murphy (303) US COUNTRY Penny Mitchell Adds: TRAVS TRTT Love Of A Woman Hottest: TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You GARY ALLAN Right Where Need Jo Be MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice GREAT AMERCAN COUNTRY John Hendricks Adds: ROONEY CROWELL Walk The Lone Revisited JERRY.ALAN FTZGERALD Black Number 3 TOBY KETH 'm Just Talkin' about Tonight Elite: BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More FATH HLL There You'll Be ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love KETH URBAN Where The Blacktop Ends TRSHA YEARW0OD Would've Loved You Anyway PKE RADO EWORKS After Midelte KELLY ERCKSON (88) Adds: TOBY KETH 'm Just Talkin' About Tonight CYND THOMSON What Really Meant To Say Hots: KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else LONESTAR 'm Already There ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me RADO OE COUNTRY PLAYLST JM WEST (970) Adds: FATH HLL There You'll Be TOBY KETH 'm Just Talkin' About Tonight Netted: BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry WEST UMONERAMOETWpi(S Charlie Cook (66) Mainstream Country David Felker Adds: TOBY KETH 'm Just Talkin' About Tonight Hottest: BROOKS á DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going Down... Not Country Jim Hays Adds: TRSHA YEARW00D Would've Loved You Anyway Hottest: BROOKS & DUNN Ain t Nothing 'Bout You KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice LONESTAR 'm Already There TM MCGRAW Grown Men Doni Cry SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More Young & Elder David Felker Adds: DARRYL WORLEY Seçond Wind Hottest: TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You GEORGE STRAT t You Can Do Anything Else KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going Down... GREAT AMERCAN..: COUNTRY s.t ADDS TORT KETH 'm JustTiKul'about Taught ROONEY CROVELLYAM The Lone Renseed TRCK PONY On A Nig Like Thus TOP 0 BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love SAM EVANS Coud Not Ask For More RASCAL FLATTS While You Loved Me MS htsle Laredo SOUTH SS The Most Beautiful Gin KETH URMN Were The Blatldpp Ergs KENNY CHESNEY Dant Happen Twice BROOKS A DUNNAiit Nddin' About You JAME D'NEAL When Think About Angels TROA YEARVlOOD Would've Loved YouArywy lidonnahon current as or June 200.,svlae ADDS 42 million households Chris Parr, Dnectouvroprammng Paul Hasfaba, VP/GM ULA MCCANN Come A Lade Closer TONY KETH 'm Just Talkie' About TongM TOP 2 KENNY CHESNEY Dont Happen Twee NCKEL CREEK When You Come Back Down ALAN JACKSON When Somebody loves You SARA EVANS Could Na Ask For More TRAVS TRTT ts A Great Day To Beane BROOKS DUNN An't Roth%'Bout You MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Ccuktnt Ctwpe Me CLAY DAVDSON Saneomes FATH HLL t My Heart Had Wings SHM CAGLE Laredo TERR CLARK No Fear TRSHA YFARWODO Would've Loved You Amway HEAVY ALAN JACKSON Wee Somebody Loves You BROOKS S DUNN Ant NOeerp'Bout You FATH HLL Y My Heart Had Wings MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twxe NCKEL CREEK When You Cane Back Dawn SARA EVANS Could Na Ask For More TRAVS TRTT ts A Great Day To Be Anne HOT SHOTS CYND THOMSON What FATH HLL There You'll Be Really Meant To Say KETH URBAN Where The Blacktop Ends TOBY KETH 'm Just Tall n' About TonpM Heavy 'Mahon songs receive 28 plays per week Hot Shots receive 2 plays per week nformation current as of May

71 Pl LNiMM Country June f, 200 n\ J America's Best Testing Country Songs 2+ For The Meek Ending 6//0. Artist Title (Label) TW LW 2W 3W Familiarity Burn 69 BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You(Arista) % 7% LONESTAR 'm Already There(BNA) % % TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive(Columbia) % 30% GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be(MCA) % 7% KENNY CHESNEY Don't Happen Twice(BNA) % 2% MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me(Columbia) % % SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More(RCA) % 8% RASCAL FLATTS While You Loved Me(Lyric Street) % 9% SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right(MCA) % 3% BLAKE SHELTON Austin (Giant/WB) % 4% BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love(Arista) % 8% TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry(Curb) % 26% KETH URBAN Where The Blacktop Ends(Capitol) % 7% CHRS CAGLE Laredo(Capitol) % 0% JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels(Mercury) % 3% DAMOND RO Sweet Summer(Arista) % 30/o TRSHA YEARWOOD Would Have Loved You Anyway(MCA) % % GEORGE STRAT f You Can Do Anything Else(MCA) % 9% CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes(Capitol) % 3% DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Goin' With Me(Monument) % 33% DARRYL WORLEY Second Wind(DreamWorks) % 7% LEE ANN WOMACK Why They Call t Falling(MCA) % 9% TRACY BYRD W/ MARK CHESNUT A Good Way To Get On My Bad Side(RCA) % 3% FATH HLL There You'll Be(Warner Bros.) % 0% CYND THOMSON What Realty Meant To Say(Capitol) % 6% ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You(Arista) % 23% JO DEE MESSNA Downtime(Curb) % 6% AARON TPPN People Like Us(Lyric Street) % 20% LEANN RMES But Do Love You(Curb) % 27% KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again(Dreamcatcher) % 8% Total sample size is 667 respondents. Total average formability 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. Sample composition is based on persons 2 +. Persons are screened via the nternet. Once passed, they can take the music test based on their format/music preference. results are not meant to replace callout research. The results are intended to show opinions of participants on the nternet only. RateTheMusic is a registered trademark of The RM system is available for local radio stations by calling 407/ RateTheMusic. com data is provided by Mediabase Research, A division of Premiere Radio Networks. Most Played Recurrents Going For Adds 'val TRAVS TRTT t's A Great Day To Be Alive(Columbia) JESSCA ANDREWS Who Am(DreamWorks) DAMOND RO One More Day(Arista) TOBY KETH You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like...(DreamWorks) KETH URBAN But For The Grace Of God (Capitol) M MCGRAW My Next Thirty Years(Curb) PHL VASSAR Just Another Day n Paradise(Arista) COLEY MCCABE Who Am To You (RCA) NEAL COTY Right Down Through The Middle Of Us (Mercury) KNLEYS You're Still Here (Epic) PHL VASSAR Six -Pack Summer (Arista) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: DXE CHCKS Without You(Monument) SARA EVANS Born To Fly. (RCA) JAME O'NEAL There s No Arizona(Mercury) TOBY KETH How Do You Like Me Now?(Dream Works) FATH HLL f My Heart Had Wings(Warner Bros.) BRAD PASLEY We Danced (Arista) FATH HLL The Way You Love Me(Wamer Bros.) LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance(MCA/Universal) _ TM RUSHLOW She Misses Him(Atlantic) TRAVS TRTT Best Of ntentions(columbia) AARON TPPN Kiss This(Lyric Street) LONESTAR What About Now(BNA) RASCAL FLATTS This Everyday Love(Lyric Street) Arista recording artist Pam Tiflis gets some TV time with one of her favorite pop artists during the June 4 installment of Showtime's The Chris saak Show. n the episode, titled "Wages Of Fear," Tiflis says, " play myself. t was a real stretch, but did the best could." Pictured (l -r) are Tillis and saak.

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75 Country Song ndex June, 200 RBA 73 A J 5 ALABAMA Will You Marry Me (RCA) Prod: James Stroud. Alabama Wr: Jeffrey Steele. Al Anderson Pub: Songs of Windswept Pacific/My Life's Work Music/Yellow Desert Music/ Stairway To Bitner's Music (BM) GARY ALLAN Right Where Need To Be (MCA) Prod: Tony Brown, Mark Wright Wr: Casey Beathard. Kendell Marvell Pub: ACUFF -Rose Music, nc. /60 Broadway Music (BM) JESSCA ANDREWS Helplessly, Hopelessly (Dream Works) Prod: Byron Gallimore Wr: Brett James, Troy Verges Pub: Sony /ATV Songs LLC DBA Tree Publishing Co./Songs Of Teracel (BM): Songs Of Universal, nc. (BM) B BROOKS & DUNN Ain't Nothing 'Bout You (Arista) Prod: Mark Wright Wr: Tom Shapiro, Rivers Rutherford Pub: Sony/ ATV Songs LLC dba Tree Music Pub./Wenoga Music (BM)/Universal Music Corp. /Memphisto Music (ASCAP) C MARY CHAPN CARPENTER Simple Life (Columbia) Prod: Mary Chapin Carpenter, John Jennings. Blake Chancey Wr. Mary Chapin Carpenter Pub: Why Walk Music (ASCAP) CLARK FAMLY EXPERENCE Standin' Still (Curb) Prod: Byron Gallimore. Tim McGraw Wr: Robin Lee Bruce. Christi Dannemiller, Camille Harrison Pub: Dreamin' Upstream Songs /High Steppe Music (ASCAP) All rights administered by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) /Steel Wheels Music (BM) TAMMY COCHRAN Angels n Waiting (Epic) Prod: Blake Chancey Vic Tammy Cochran, Jim McBride, Stewart Harris Pub: WB Music Corp. /Cal V Songs/ O'Shaughnessy Avenue Music (Adm. by Cal V Ent. Corp.) (ASCAP)/ Wilde Ocean Music /Peermusic ll, Ltd.(BM) D CLAY DAVDSON Sometimes (Virgin) Prod: Scott Hendricks, Jude Cole Wr: Clay Davidson, Kenny Beard, Casey Beathard Pub: Steel Wheels Music/CLMAT Publishing (BM) All rights administered by Steel Wheels Music/Milene Music,lnc. /Loggy Bayou Music nc. (ASCAP) /Acuff -Rose Music nc. (BM) DEAN/BOGGUSS /JLLAN Keep Mom And Dad... (Dreamcatcher) Prod: John Guess. Joe Chamey Wr. Lisa Brokop, Cyril Rawson, Richard Wold Pub: Sony /ATV Songs LLC/Nick N Ash Music (BM)/Paddy's Head Music, a division of Balmur Carus Music, nc. (SOCAN) /Curb Magnatone Music Publishing (SESAC) DAMOND RO Sweet Summer (Arista) Prod: Michael D. Clute, Diamond Rio Wr. Michael Dulaney. Neil Thrasher Pub: Desert Dreams Music /Michaelhouse Music /Ensign Music Corporation /Rio Bravo Music. nc. (BM) DXE CHCKS f Fall You're Going Down With Me (Monument) Prod: Blake Chancey. Paul Worley Wr. Matraca Berg, Annie Roboff Pub: HillBillith Music/Music Corporation of America, nc./ on behalf of Songs of Sally Sue's Medicine Show (BM) / Almo Music Group/ Allwa Music (ASCAP) E MEREDTH EDWARDS The Bird Song (Mercury) Prod: Robin Wiley Wr: Neil Thrasher, Buzz Carson Pub: Major Bob Music Co., nc. (ASCAP): Buzz Carson Publications, nc. admin. by Southern Writers Group USA (BM) SARA EVANS Could Not Ask For More (RCA) Prod: Sara Evans,Paul Worley Wr: Diane Warren Pub: Realsongs (ASCAP) G KRSTN GARNER Let's Burn t Down (Atlantic) Prod: Kyle Lehning Wr: Roger D Ferris Pub: House 0 Fame, nc. (ASCAP) H STEVE HOLY The Hunger (Curb) Prod: Wilbur C. Rimes Wr: Billy Montana, David Flint Pub: Curbmagnasong Music Pub. /Red Quill Music a division of Moraine Music Group (BM) ALAN JACKSON When Somebody Loves You (Arista) Prod: Keith Stegall Wr: Alan Jackson Pub: WB Music Corp.Nee Haw Music (ASCAP) All rights adm. by WB Music Corp. CAROLYN DAWN JOHNSON Complicated (Arista) Prod: Paul Worley, Carolyn Dawn Johnson Wr. Carolyn Dawn Johnson. Shaye Smith Pub: EM Full Keel Music/ Blakemore Avenue Music/ April Blue Music (ASCAP) EM Blackwood Music nc./ Mark Alan Springer Music (BM) K KORTNEY KAYLE Unbroken By You (Lyric Street) Prod: David Malloy Wr: Gary Burr. Jack Blades. Trey Bruce Pub: Universal -MCA Music Publishing, a Division of Universal Studios nc. (ASCAP), Sony /ATV Songs LLC dba Tree Publishing Co. /Ranch Rock Music (BM). Big Red Tractor Music /ce Trey Music (ASCAP) HAL KETCHUM She s (Curb) Prod: Rodney Crowell Wr: Hal Ketchum Pub: Mike Curb Music /Hal Ketchum Music (adm. by Mike Curb Music) (BM) L LONESTAR 'm Already There (BNA) Prod: Dann Huff Wr: Richie McDonald, Gary Baker, Frank Myers Pub: Sony /ATV Songs LLC (BM) All rights obo Sony /ATV Music Publishing M LLA MCCANN Come A Little Closer (Warner Bros.) Prod: David Malloy Wr: Tony Marty, Philip Douglas. Jennifer Sherrill Pub: Curb Congregation Songs /Monkids Music /Lil- Stratton Songs SESAC /Curb Songs/Charlie Monk Music/Mick Hits ASCAP TM MCGRAW Grown Men Don't Cry (Curb) Prod: Byron Gallimore, James Stroud, Tim McGraw Wr. Steve Seskin, Tom Douglas Pub: Larga Vista Music / Scarlet Rain Music (ASCAP)/ Sony /ATV Songs LLC all rights on behalf of Sony /ATV Songs admimistered by Sony /ATV Music Publishing MONTGOMERY GENTRY She Couldn't Change Me (Columbia) Prod: Joe Scaife Wr: Chris Knight, Gary Nicholson Pub: W8 Music Corp. (ASCAP) /Gary Nicholson Music (ASCAP) O JAME O'NEAL When Think About Angels (Mercury) Prod: Keith Stegall Wr: Jamie O'Neal, Roxie Dean. Sonny Tillis Pub: EM April Music nc. /Pang Toon Music, admin. by EM April Music nc.;wb Music Corp. ( ASCAP):Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BM) P BRAD PASLEY Two People Fell n Love (Arista) Prod: Frank Rogers Wr- Brad Paisley. Kelly Lovelace. Tim Owens Pub: EM April Music nc./ Sea Gayle Music/ Love Ranch Music (all rights for Sea Gayle Music and Love Ranch Music controlled and adm. by EM April Music nc.) (ASCAP)/EM Blackwood Music nc./ Songs of Sea Gayle (BM) R JOHN RCH Forever Loving You (BNA) Prod: John Rich, Sharon Vaughn Wr. John Rich, Kenny Alphin. Vicky McGeehe Pub: Sony /ATV Tunes LLC dba Cross Keys Pub. Co./That's Rich Music (ASCAP)/Warner- Tamerlane Pub. Corp. /Biglove Music (BM) CHARLE ROBSON Want You Bad (Columbia) Prod: Charlie Robison, Blake Chancey Wr Terry D. Adams, Phil Crandon Pub: Music Sales Corp. (ASCAP) KENNY ROGERS There You Go Again (Dreamcatcher) Prod: Kenny Rogers Wr: Tommy Lee James, Jennifer Kimball, Terry McBride Pub: Still Working For The Man Music nc. Tommy Lee James Songs /EM Blackwood /Garden Angel Music /Polygram nternational/ Songs Of McBride (BM) 5 SHEDASY Still Holding Out For You (Lyric Street) Prod: Dann Huff Wr. Knstyn Ostrom, Richard Marx Pub: Without Anna Music (ASCAP), Chi -Boy Music (ASCAP) BLAKE SHELTON Austin (Warner Bros.) Prod: Bobby Braddock Wr: David Kent. Kristi Manna Pub: Talbot Music Pub., nc (BM) /Kristisongs (ASCAP) SONS OF THE DESERT What Did Right (MCA) Prod: Johnny Slate Wr: Drew Womack. Sonny LeMaire Pub: EM Full Keel Music/Left Foot Music/Womaculate Conceptions/EM Longitude Musk/ Barney Building Music/Still Standing Music -ASCAP/BM T 3 OF HEARTS Love s Enough (RCA) Prod: Byron Gallimore Wr: Jim Varsos. Neil Thrasher Pub: Willdawn Music. a division of Balmur Entertainment (ASCAP)/ Rio Bravo Music nc. (BM) CYND THOMSON What Really Meant To Say (Capitol) Prod: Paul Worley, Tommy Lee James Wr. Cyndi Thomson, Chris Waters. Tommy Lee James Pub: AP/ Tunes LLC d/b/a Cross Keys Publishing Co.. nc.(ascap) //Sony/ATV Songs LLC d /b/a Tree Music Publishing Co. (BM) //Chris Waters Music (BM)//Still Working For The Man Music, nc. (BM)//Tommy Lee James Songs (BM) TRCK PONY On A Night Like This (H2ENVB) Prod: Chuck Howard Wr. Karen Staley, Doug Kahan Pub: Warner/Tamerlane Pub. Corp.. BM /nstinct Music ASCAP TRAVS TRTT Love Of A Woman (Columbia) Prod: Billy Joe Walker Jr.. Travis Tritt Wr: Kevin Brandt Pub: Song 0 Lastrada! On The Move Music/ La Silla Music/ all rights administered by Lastrada Entertainment Co. (BM) U KETH URBAN Where The Blacktop Ends (Capitol) Prod: Matt Rollings, KU Wr: Steve Wariner. Allen Shamblin Prod: Steve Wariner Music (BM) /Built On Rock-Music (ASCAP) V PHL VASSAR Six -Pack Summer (Arista) Prod: Byron Gallimore. Phil Vassar Wr. Phil Vassar. Charlie Black. Tommy Rocco Pub: EM April Music nc.. EM Blackwood Music nc.. Flybridge Tunes (BM)/Milene Music nc. (ASCAP) W MKE WALKER Honey Do (Dream Works) Prod: James Stroud. Don Cook Wr: Al Anderson, Jeffrey Steele. Kent Blazy Pub: Mighty Nice Music (BM) /A Andersongs (BM)Songs of Windswept Pacific/My Life's Work Music/Yellow Desert Music (BM): Wanna Hold Your Songs (BM) WARREN BROTHERS Where Does t Hurt (BNA) Prod: Brett Warren, Brad Warren, Tom Douglas Wr: Brett Warren, Brad Warren. Tom Douglas Pub: Sony /ATV Songs LLC. All rights administered by Sony /ATV Music Publishing ELBERT WEST Diddley (Broken Bow) Prod: D. Scott Miller Wr. C.B. Carter, Doc James Shapiro Pub: Bakerbilfy Music (BM) South Eden Music (ASCAP) Platinum Mountain Music (BM» Magic Mustang Music (BM) WLKNSONS Wanna Be That Girl (Giant) Prod: Mac McAnally Wr. Walt Abridge, Brad Cnsler Pub: EM Apnl Music nc /Waltz Time Music, nc. (ASCAP) LEE ANN WOMACK Why They Call t Falling (MCA) Prod: Mark Wright Wr: Roxie Dean. Don Schlitz Pub: WB Music Corp / Maverick Music Co./New Hayes Music/New Don Songs -ASCAP DARRYL WORDY Second Wind (Dream Works) Prod: Frank Rogers, James Stroud Wr: Darryl Worley. Steve Leslie Pub: EM Blackwood Music nc./hatley Creek Music (BM). Y TRSHA YEARW000 Would've Loved You Anyway (MCA) Prod: Mark Wright. Trisha Yearwood Wr: Mary Danna. Troy Verges Pub: dannasongs/ensign Music Corporation /Songs of Universal, nc. -BM

76 74 RiR June, 200 Adult MKE KNOSAN ine. com Contemporary Some Hot ACS Explore Alternate Routes KZON /Phoenix and WZNE/Rochester, NY no longer in Hot AC's zone At Pop/Altemative's zenith nearly three dozen R &R Hot AC reporters doubled as Pop/Alt subchart contributors. Several months ago, however, many of these stations began going in diverse directions. n addition to sharing a "Zone" identity, KZON/Phoenix and WZNFJ Rochester, NY, for example, traded in Hot AC identities for Alternative. " KZON's station history had always been rock-based." recalls The Maranville. who's pmgrururkel Phoenix's "Zone" since last August. 'The lame started as a Triple A and never really played very, heavily in the pop arena." That changed a few years ago when it evolved to Pop/Al- ternative, but as Maranvilk re- counts. "Whether or not it had anything to do with musical trends, the change we made last August gave listeners what they expect from The Zone." The Hot AC-to-Alternative move was more subtle than drastic, and no on -air stunting was associated with itr "We d known for about 30 days prior what direction we'd he taking." says Maranville. who also oversees nfinity sister Oldies outlet KOOL. "We subtracted some art- ists like Ricky Martin and changed the logo. t was a soft launch, and we basically took on more of a rock texture. While some of the music can be played on pop stations, it still has a rock basis." Attitude Adjustment Perhaps the most noticeable change following the transition pertained to attitude. 'The Zone had been a pop station with pop sensibilities." remarks Tim Maranville Maranville. "t was known in the hallways as a soccer mom's radio station. The Zone did what was expected of a pop station. t was very highly pro - duced and had the bells and whistles that you'd expect to hear on a Ha AC." The intention was to put on an antiradio station, and, as Maranville explains, "There was an immediate reaction. One of our cold voice sweep- ers that rolls over the record intrus is, This is the dumbest thing we've ever said on The Zone.' l' in entertained every morning when listen to The New Guys. They're very dynamic and absolutely play every day on the radio." The station has also become more aggressive promotionally. rally. "We're very active with what's going on in the community and were the only Phoenix station to do anything with the Sunivnr finale." says Maranvi le. "Since we've had two very successful promotions with that theme, this frequency has been branded as the Survivor station. The other stations pretty much bucked away from us that night. t didn't surprise me that no one else touched it. We had a huge party and some cutaway coverage on the local CBS -Tv affiliate." SMART & SASSY BLONDE SWF, musically inclined, seeks sincere, hon- est, handsome SWM for possible LTR. Fun, attractive and loves songwriting. Let's make music together. Will be in Los 4 & 5. the Century Plaza June "nothing personal" the new single, from the new album "two feet firmly off the ground." AC Most Added New & Active This week at radio WWL, WLEV, WAFY, KSC, WLTE. Call my agent, Jack Ashton, The Hybrid Zone Although he's much more comtirtabk with The Zone' s present Alternative lean. Maranville admits. "We're undoubtedly an Alternative- Pop/Alternative hybrid. t gives us an advantage. because we're ex- clusive and different. But it can also he a disadvantage. because were straddling two different worlds. At any given time you can fall too far to ame side or the other. The way we put it together pmxhatts a fun - to-listen-to, mass-appeal radio station. "We're coming to a point where a great number of people believe that the boy bands don't appeal even to teens or $ -34s anymore. They're actually doing better on Hot ACs with softer mixes. There's not much left of the original Pop/ Alternative. but there's a great deal of music on either side." f that theory is correct. a door for a format like Alternative could be opened. "Most Alternatives were bunging hard music a year ago. and now they're not.- says Maranville. "t just depends on how one defines Alternative. "We found an 'Alternative Lite' to be very palatable for women. There's not much of a passion level on the pop side. The music is either dumb fun or a btoybad love song. But there's a certain de- gree of passion level for this music, and woven appreciate it. t's melodic, not hard, and - in some cases - just fun." Nixes The Mix Similarities in texture exist between The Zone and crosstown Clear Channel Hot AC KMXP (The Mix), but Maranville contends, "The difference everywhere else is like night and day. We're a very current -haled. top-of -mind, today -type station and play nothing from the 980s. Their programming is music - based and much like a jukebox. We're personality -based. and they're not. We're opposites on almost everything." Maranville is clearly a fan of crosstown Emmis AC KKLT (K- Lite). however. "They go back to about 977. and everything they play blends together wonderfully," he says. 'They're totally on the pop texture side, and the tempo's there. " hope they don't do well." he jokes, "hut they have a great sound." Maranville contends that if one were to look closely at the ratings. "You'd see that K -Lite is knocking on [Clear Chan- nel AC KESZ'sl door. have a great deal of respect for KESZ morning team Beth & Bill] and think they're great. but KKLT might be able to take KESZ's younger -end females: May Day, May Day Thirteen months ago R &R classified nearly three dozen Hot ACs as Pop/Alternative reporters. Since then, WXPT/Minneapotis and KBBT/Portland, OR flipped to '80s Oldies; KZON/Phoenix and WZNE/Rochester, NY opted for Alternative; and the others have remained Hot AC. This look at selected playlists - past and present - gives an indication of how several Pop/Alts have changed since last May. Play totals, artists and titles for each station's 0 highest- rotated currents for the week ending May 5, 2000 are followed with the same information for the week ending May 4, 200. KYSR (Star 98.7)/Los AngsNs, May 2000 Rotations ARTST Title 59 RED HOT CHU PEPPERS Others/de 56 TRAN Meet Virgins 56 SMASH MOUTH Then The Morning Cornes 52 VERTCAL HORZON Everything You Want 52 CREED Higher 40 MACV GRAY Try 38 BUNK -82 A The Small Things 37 FLTER Take A Picture 37 SANTANA PRODUCT G &B Maria Maria 35 STNG Desert Rose May 200 Rotations ARTST Title 53 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) 5 DDO Thankyou 5 MOBY KiWEN STEFAN Southside 49 VERTCAL HORZON Best Ever Had (Grey Sky Morning) 46 EVAN AND JARON Crazy For This Girl 35 UFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment 34 UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me 33 AARON LEWS NFRED DURST Outside 30 DAVD GRAY Babylon 30 MATCHBOX TWENTY t You're Gone At Star 98.7 there's a 0% decline in plays for its top -rotating current compared to last May and a 4% year -to-year drop in plays for its 0th highest rotating current. Train and Vertical Horizon had songs on both top 0e. /BMX (Mix 98.5)/Boston, May 2000 Rotations ARTST Title 46 TRAN Meet Virginia 43 VERTCAL HORZON Everything You Want 40 SANTANA PRODUCT G &B Maria Maria 40 FATH HLL Breathe 38 THRD EYE BUND Never Let You Go 37 MACY GRAY Try 35 SANTANA frob THOMAS Smooth 33 COUNTNG CROWS Hanginaround 30 TRACY CHAPMAN Telling Stories 27 BEN HARPER Steal My Kisses May 200 Rotations ARTST Title 55 UFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment 47 UNCLE KRACR Follow Me 46 MOBY VGYEN STEFAM Southside Thenkyou 45 NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird 44 U2 Beautiful Day 43 MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone 37 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND The Space Between 36 SHAGGY Angel 35 JANET JACKSON All For You "Boston's Best Variety - Mix 98.5" shows a 20% increase in plays for May's top- rotating current and a big 30% year -to -year rise in plays for its 0th highest rotating current. Matchbox Twenty and their singer. Rob Thomas, had songs on both top 0s. KFMB -FM (Star 00.7) /San Diego, May 2000 Rotations ARTST Title 58 SANTANA f/product G &B Maria Maria 57 VERTCAL HORZON Everything You Want 56 STNG Desert Rose 53 THRD EYE BUND Never Let You Go 52 FATH HLL Breathe 39 LENNY KRAVTZ Belong To You 39 SAVAGE GARDEN Crash And Bun. 38 BUNK -82 All The Small Things 38 MACY GRAY Try 38 7 SYNC Bye Bye Bye

77 WEEK WEEK ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) AC Top 30 Juno, 200 TOTAL - PLAYS PLAYS LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance (MCA/Universal) DDO Thankyou (Arista) MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone ( Lava/Atlantic) `N SYNC This Promise You (Jive) LONEL RCHE Angel (sland/djmg) ENYA Only Time (Reprise) 74-5 N)f% FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) BACKSTREET BOYS Shape Of My Heart (Jive) RCKY MARN F/C. AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be Lonely (Columbia) FATH HLL The Way You Love Me (Warner Bros.) e 2 BBMAK Back Here (Hollywood) LEANN RMES Need You (Sparrow/Curb/Capitol) HUEY LEWS & GWYNETH PALTROW Cruisin' (Hollywood) THE CORRS Breathless (43/Lava/Atlantic) DON HENLEY Taking You Home (Warner Bros.) STEVE NCKS Every Day (Reprise) DAMOND RO One More Day (Arista) e 2 BBMAK Ghost Of You And Me (Hollywood) MARC ANTHONY My Baby You (Columbia) DEGREES My Everything (Universal) BACKSTREET BOYS More Than That (Jive) a2 PETER CETERA Perfect World (ODE) UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me (Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic) m TAMARA WALKER Didn't We Love (Curb) SOPHE B. HAWKNS Walking n My Blue Jeans (Trumpet Swan/Rykod/sc) SHAWN COLVN Whole New You (Columbia) JOURNEY All The Way (Columbia) z9 m MADONNA What t Feels Like For A Girl (Maverick/WB) BEE GEES This s Where Came n (Universal) NELLY FURTA00 'm Like A Bird (DreamWorks) GROSS WEEKS ON STATONS/ MPRESSONS LN ADS / / / / / / M / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /3 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 5/20- Saturday 5/26. Bullets appear on songs gaining plays or remaining flat from previous week. if two songs are tied in total plays, the song being played on more stations is placed first. Breaker status is assigned to songs reaching 875 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 200, The Arbitran Company). m 200, R &R nc. New & Activa DOOBE BROTNEAE Ordinary Man (Pyramid) total Plays. 287, Total Stations: 48. Adds. 4 S CLUB 7 Never Had A Dream Come True (A &M/nferscope) total Plays 246. Tod Sa6ons 9. Adds. 0 BRRNEY SPEARS Dont Let Me Be The Last To Tod Plays: 4. Tod Stations 25 Adds. 0 JO DEE MESSNA Burn (Curb) TM Plays: 8. Tod Stallions: 33. kids: 4 (Jive) ARTSTTmE L4hELS) Most Added ADDS DAMOND RO One More Day (Arista) 0 JO DEE MESSNA Burn (Curb) 9 ROD STEWART Don't Come Around Here (Atlantic) 8 SHELBY LYNNE Killin' Kind (lsland/djmg) 8 FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) 6 BACKSTREET BOYS More Than That (Jive) 6 EDWN MCCAN Hearts Fall (Lava/Atlantic) 6 KAREN LEHNER Nothing Personal (Grey Mause) 5 UNCLE KRACKER Follow Me (Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic) 4 MADONNA What t Feels Like For A Girl (Maverick/WB) 3 NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird (DreamWorks) 3 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) 3 ARTST TTLE Most ncreased Plays LABEU5 FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) BBMAK Ghost Of You And Me (Hollywood) JO DEE MESSNA Burn (Curb) ENRQUE GLESAS Bailamos (Overbrook/nterscope) DAMOND RO One More Day (Arista) BACKSTREET BOYS More Than That (Jive) PHL COLLNS You'll Be n My Heart (Hollywood) 98 DEGREES The Hardest Thing (Universal) ROD STEWART Don't Come Around Here (Atlantic) BRAN MCKNGHT Back At One (Motown/Universal) Breakers. TOTAL RAY NCREASE No Songs Qualified For Breaker Status This Week EDWN MCCAN Hearts Fall ( Lava/Atlanhc) Toul Plays: 20 Total Satons 34 Adds 7 ROD STEWART Don't Corne Around Here (Atlantic) Tad Plays: 60 To Sunons 22 Adds 8 tnpnon NOW lan sly repotted to RAR Moat Added *ON total runty of new adds o by each ropoteng station. Songs weep** as adds do not count Sward overall total station playing a song. Nat ncreased Plays is tin sags vat the poem' assk-so-wsut ncrease n total ploys. Weighted Urn appears on RAR ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. Maximize Visiblity 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 appearances, expos & giveaways. X Packaged on a roll and easy to use. / P.O. Box Houston, Texas / / FAX

78 76 AC Julr,., Zlolof FATH HLL There You'll Be(Wamer Bros.) 3.8 5% 8% MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone(Lava/Atlantic) % 24% THE CORKS Breathless(43/Lava/Atlantic) % 28% LEE ANN WOMACK Hope You Dance(MCNUniversal) % 33% FATH HLL The Way You Love Me(Wamer Bros.) % 40% FATH HLL Breathe(Wamer Bros.) BACKSTREET BOYS Shape Of My Heart(Jive) ENYA Only Time(Reprise) % 95% 68% 47% 33% 5% JOURNEY All The Way(Columbia) % 0% BBMAK Back Here(Hollywood) % 29% S CLUB 7 Never Had A Dream Come True(A &M/lnterscope) % 9% LEANN RMES Need You(Sparrow/Curt/Capitol) % 33% LONEL RCHE Angel(sland/DJMG) % 8% TAMARA WALKER Didn't We Love(Curb) % 4% DAMOND RO One More Day(Arista) % 2% BACKSTREET BOYS More Than That(Jive) % 7% PETER CETERA Perfect World(DDE) % 9% 'N SYNC This Promise You (Jive) % 42% 98 DEGREES My Everything(Universal) % 3% DON HENLEY Taking You Home(Wamer Bros.) % 29% UNCLE 'CRACKER Follow Me(Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic) '/. 22% BBMAX Ghost Of You And Me(Hollywood) % % HUEY LEWS WGWYNETH PALTROW Cruisin'(Ho!ywood) % 34% DDO Thankyou(Arista) % 350/. BEE GEES This s Where Came n(universal) % 4% STEVE NCKS Everyday(Reprise) % 3% RCKY MARTN W/CHRSTNA AGULERA Nobody Wants To Be Loney(Columbia) % 37% SHAWN COLVN Whole New You(Columbia) % % SOPHE B. HAWKNS Walking n My Blue Jeans (Trumpet Swan/Rykodisc) % % NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird(DreamWorks) % 32% Total sample size is 204 respondents. Total average favorability 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. Sample composition is based on persons 2 +. Persons are screened via the nternet. Once passed, they can take the music test based on their format/music preference. results are not meant to replace callout research. The results are intended to show opinions of participants on the nternet only. RateTheMusic is a registered trademark of The RTM system is available for local radio stations by calling 407/ data is provided by Mediabase Research, A division of Premiere Radio Networks. Most Played Recurrents Going For Adds smut SAVAGE GARDEN Knew Loved You(Columbia) LONESTARAmazed(BNA) MARC ANTHONY You Sang ToMe(Columbia) CELNE DON That's The Way t s(epic) PHL COLLNS You'll Be n My Heart(Holtywood) FATH HLL Breathe(Wamer Bros.) CHARLE WLSON Without You (Major Hits) EVA CASSDY Over The Rainbow (Blix Street) MYA Where The Dream Takes You (Walt Disney /A&M/lnterscope) 0 -TOWN All Or Nothing (J) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: BRAN MCKNGHT Back At One(Motown) SANTANA FROB THOMAS Smooth(Arista) BACKSTREET BOYS Want t That Way(Jive) BACKSTREET BOYS Show Me The Meaning Of...(Jive) CHER Believe(Wamer Bros.) SARAH MCLACHLAN Will Remember You(Arista) 98 DEGREES The Hardest Thing(Universal) MARC ANTHONY Need To Know(Columbia) ENRQUE GLESAS Bailamos(Overbrook/nterscope) 'N SYNC (God...) A Little More Time... (RCA) CHRSTNA AGULERA Turn To You(RCA) 98 DEGREES Do (Cherish You) (Universal). EDWN MCCAN Could Not Ask For More(Lava/Atlantic) SXPENCE NONE THE RCHER Kiss Me(Squint/Columbia) May Day, May Day Continued from Page 74 KFA -FM (Star 00.7)/San Diego, May 200 Rotations ARTST This 38 UNCLE 'CRACKER Follow Me 38 DDO Thankyou 37 AEROSMTH Jaded 3 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tel Me) 30 NELLY FURTADO 'm Like A Bird 29 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND The Space Between 28 MATCHBOX TWENTY f You're Gone 26 VERTCAL HORZON Best Ever Haiid (Grey Sky Morning) 25 LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment 24 MOBY UOWEN STEFAN! Soutluide At Star 00.7 there's a huge 34% decrease in plays for May's top -rotating current and a 37% year-to-year drop in plays for its 0th highest rotating current. Vertical Horizon had songs on both by 0s.

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(RCA) 27 a SUGAR RAY When t's Over (Lava/Atlantic) as m FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) U2 Walk On (nterscope). 23 GO -GO'S Unforgiven (Beyond) DEPECHE MODE Dream On (Mute/Reprise) 24 DAVD GRAY Please Forgive Me (ATO/RCA) e JANET All For You (Virgin) Debut> O EVERCLEAR Brown Eyed Girl (Capitol) 26 m MADONNA What t Feels Like For A Girl (Maverick'WB) TOTAL / PLAYS - PLAYS ahpre ors (co WEEKS TON TOTAL STATONS, 6 87/ 5 83/0 4 86/ 26 86/ /0 3 84/ / / 7 78/0 64/2 5 67/0 8 66/0 8 53/ /0 6 55/ /0 0 59/ /0 6 65/ / /0 2 68/ 2 66/5 7 55/0 8 63/0 3 52/ /2 5 30/0 38/0 ARTST TiTLE Most Added. LABELS 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic/Universal) DEXTER FREEBSH My Madonna (Capitol) SUGAR RAY When t's Over (Lava/Atlantic) FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) ANDREAS JOHNSON Glorious (Reprise) DAVE MATTHEWS BAND The Space Between (RC.;) TANTRC Breakdown (Maverick) ARTST TTLE LABEL(S Most ncreased Plays 8 ADOS TOTAL PLAY NCREASE SUGAR RAY When t's Over ( Lava/Atlantic) +393 FATH HLL There You'll Be (Warner Bros.) +372 NCUBUS Drive (mmortal/epic) +09 MATCHBOX TWENTY Mad Season (Lava/Atlantic) +05 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND The Space Between (RCA) +00 EVERt3_EAR Brown Eyed Girl (Capitol) +86 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) +85 WALLROWERS users From The Wasteland (nerarope) +84 POE Hey Pretty (FEL/Atlantic) +75 FVE FOR FGHTNG Superman (Aware/Columbia) Hot 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 5/20- Saturday 5/28. 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. 20 are moved to recurrent after 20 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 200, The Arbitron Company) , R&R nc. SHELBY LYNNE Killin' Kind (sland/ojmg) Total PO 65. Tod S laws 3e. Adds 2 JEFFREY GANES n Your Eyes (Artemis) Total Rays 50 Tod Stamm 29. Adds FVE FOR FGHTNG Superman (Aware/Columbia) Toy Plays 432. To Stwns. 35. Adds. 2 ANDREAS JOHNSON Glorious (Reprise) Toy Plays. 39. To Sloe is 29. Adds: 4 ANGELA AMMONS Big Girl (Abrupt/Universal) Toy Plays 30. Tod Syron 27, Adds: 2 POE Hey Pretty (FE /Atlantic) Total Plays. 29. Tod Steno?" 7. Adds: Plow & Aclfro. AGNLERA, U:0.% 4 PN( Lady... (nterscope) To Plays 264. Tod Stmons 5, Adds: 2 EDWN MCCAN Hearts Fall (Lava/Atlantic) Tod Plays 267 Tod SiSons. 9. Adds. 0 JO DAVDSON Kiss Me There (Edel) To Plays 252. Tod Nedra: 23. Adds 0 WALLROWES Letters From The Wasteland (nterscope) Tod Rays. 26. Tod Sedans: 23. Adds: TRAVS Sing (lndependiente/epic) To Plays 90. To Slaoons. 6. Adds. 2 BACKSTREET BOYS More Than That (Jive) Taal Rays 76. To Staten 0. Adds: 0 Sans ranked by nod plays -. AEROSMTH Fly Away From Here (Columbia) Tod Plays 74. Tod Steams. Adds TANTRC Breakdown (Maverick) Tod lays 5 Tod Stabes 4. Adds 3 NCKY LOVE Because 0 You (Dream Works) Tod Plrys 09. To Slaws 3 Adds 2 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (RepublicAlmversal) Tod Rays 36. Tod Steeds 26. Adds 26 DEXTER FREEBES My Madonna (Capitol) To Rays: 6, Total &abort e. Adds 7 TOTAL LAYVNCREASE Breakers. DAVE MATTHEWS BAND The Space Between (RCA) TOTAL STATON&ADOS 335/00 55/3 Mot Added is to rod number or raw adds fetedföy mpalsd to RM by each reporting ablation. Sap imported et adds do not card toward overall told Mies phsyalg a song. 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85 CAROL ARCHER Smooth Jazz June nterep Profile Confirms SmooTh Jazz's mpressive Attributes Diversity, spending power, solid ratings in prime buying demos - all A+ - Through the years nterep's Smooth Jazz studies have described this format's superior demographic and qualitative attributes. The latest format profile, authored by nterep VP/Marketing Communications Michele Skettino, not only reconfirms Smooth Jazz's powerful position, it reflects its growing mainstream appeal. Armed with the heavy artillery provided by nterep, Smooth Jazz account executives should probably carry permits. Take this data and turn it into revenue! Overview Skettino begins. "Like most radio formats. Smooth Jazz has continued to evolve. changing both musically and demographically. The majority of Smooth Jazz listeners fall into the baby boomer consumer segment, and advertisers can take advantage of their spending power. "Some elements remain constant. The format retains its metropolitan flavor. with more than 80'k of its listeners in the top 50 metros. n fact, nine out of the top O radio markets and 7 of the top 25 metros now program Smooth Jazz radio stations. "The format is also still quite successful in those markets. n the latest fall Arbitron survey. 5 of the 7 Smooth Jazz stations in the top 25 markets ranked within the top o n addition. share trends have remained healthy. The format receives a 3.3 share of listening in the top 25 markets among adults a share on par with such staple formats as Soft AC, Hot AC and Talk. "And. of course. it is still impossible to discuss the Smooth Jazz format without mentioning the exceptional qualitative profile of its listeners. which competes head-tohead with such traditional upscale format leaders as Classical. News/ Talk and News. What has changed is that Smooth Jazz has grown with Michele Skettlno the changes in the consumer market. Smooth Jazz has seen its audience grow up a bit. like the population overall. And, like most of our nation's metros. its audience has grown more diverse." Audience Profile "The Smooth Jazz format continues to offer advertisers one of the most coveted demographic targets in radio. the baby boomers," Skettino continues. "Core listeners are positioned in the age group, and the format is a leader in all major consumer demographic groups. including the 8-49, and demos. "Smooth Jazz also offers advertisers ethnically balanced audience delivery reflective of the demographic shifts occurring throughout the nation's metropolitan areas. A prime age skew, ethnic balance and one of the best qualitative profiles in radio are some of the features that have made the Smooth Jazz format a perennial favorite among a host of advertiser;. "The core of Smooth Jazz listening is in the demographic. the pivotal baby boomer consumer segment. As a result, 7% of all listeners are in the coveted demo, 67% are and 66% are Compared to other formats. Smooth Jazz has one of the highest concentrations of baby boomers aged n fact, it has the second -highest percentage of boomers among all music formats - in first place "A prime age skew, ethnic balance and one of the best qualitative profiles in radio are some of the features that have made Smooth Jazz a perennial favorite among a host of advertisers." is. understandably. Oldies. Additionally. the Smooth Jazz format shows an almost equal male /female listening balance: 53g- mile. 47% female." ncome And Ethnic Diversity "Reflective of the ethnic diversity in most Of the nation's metropolitan areas. the Smooth Jazz format has one of the most diverse listening bases in radio. crossing all ethnic and racial groups." Skettino observes. "Compared to the ethnic balance of the U.S. population. the format shows a very high concentration among blacks and Asians. along with listening from Hispanic Americans. According to our percentages. blacks are more than twice as likely - an index of 22 - as the average adult to listen to Smooth Jazz. Asian Americans index at 0. about the national norm. "As always. Smooth Jazz listeners are well -represented in the upper income breaks. Twenty -five percent of them live in households with annual incomes of more than $ making Smooth Jazz listeners 82% more likely than the average adult to live in these affluent homes.. The Smooth Jazz format is among the highest- indexing music formats against upscale consumers from $ plus households. With the exception of the heavily male -skewing Sports format. Smooth Jazz has the lowest median age of the traditionally upscale formats. t continues to offer one of the best options in radio to deliver a balanced. upscale audience in the prime consumer demos." Educated Professionals, Married With Children Skettino continues. "Smooth Jazz listeners also index above the norm in education and professional achievement. which usually accompany above -average income levels. For instance, listeners are almost twice as likely as the average adult to hold a college degree. and they, 200 RSA 83 Where The Money s Twenty-five percent of Smooth Jazz listeners live in households with annual incomes of more than $00,000, making the format's listeners 82% more likely than the average adult to live in these affluent homes. $006. f60-00k á40-60k K Under 220C % 0% 7% 26% McDa Mark Research Fa/ AOSs 8. Mon-Sun 6.n,-.,, Gaine halm against ota M6 8. are 87% more likely to work in a professional occupation. "Once again. when comparing the concentration of professionals among radio formats. Smooth Jazz ranks beside the traditional format leaders. and it should be noted that. among music formats. it skews younger than Classical. Smooth Jazz also places among the top radio formats in concentration of college graduates. "Like most consumers with significant discretionary income - especially the coveted baby boom generation - Smooth Jazz listeners are above -average consumers of luxury products, travel, computers and entertainment" "Reflective of the demographic skew of the format. the slight majority of Smooth Jazz listeners are married. One out of four has never been married, and about one in five is divorced, separated or widowed. However, only 39% of listeners have children under 8 living at home. Childless households coupled with above- average household incomes, implies above -average levels of discretionary income." Consumer Profiles Skenino offers this data crucial to sellers: "What are Smooth Jazz listeners spending their money on? Like most consumers with significant discretionary income - especially the coveted baby boom generation - Smooth Jazz listeners are above -average consumers of luxury products, travel. computers and entertainment. "Smooth Jazz's high concentra- 30% lion of boomers is a key asset to advertisers. Households headed by adults are by far the most affluent in the country. Workers in that age group are generally in their peak earning years. Boomers control half of total U.S. expenditures - $.9 trillion! - and lead many categories. including apparel. personal insurance and pensions. vehicles. food away from home and household furnishings. "Smoth Jazz listeners are clearly prime consumer targets for a growing number of advertisers. including PC manufacturers, software distributors, online service providers and e- commerce retailers." Cars, Travel, Leisure And More Smooth Jazz listeners are more likely to spend money on entertainment - movies. concerts. theater. dance - than the average consumer. Skettino says. They arc also more likely to own foreign luxury cars and to spend more than $ on an automobile. They are more apt to travel than the average adult; whether for business or pleasure. they're spending money on airfare, hotels and other travel -related expenses. Smooth Jazz listeners also index well above the average in consumption of imported and domestic beer and wine. as well as microbrewed beer. They participate in a wide range of athletic activities and are thus prime consumers of sporting goods and apparel. n addition. the Smooth Jazz audience participates in a broad range of cultural and self -enriching activities. showing above -average participation in everything from photography. gardening, physical fitness. museum visits and adult education to the reading of periodicals. newspapers and business publications. nterep's Smooth Jazz format profile properly reflects the magnitude of sales opportunities afforded to its sellers. The GM of any Smooth Jazz station not generating an appropriate share of ad revenues must ask. in all candor. why not.

86 84 LAST WEEK z 3 THS WEEK o Q Q e Q Breaker O.. e Breaker e Breaker e 4 e m,s 6 8,9 n p,e e r 24 [Debut> e 29 m /Debut> e 3o m Smooth Jazz Top 30 June, 200 ARTST TTLE LABEL(S JEFF LORBER Snakebite(Samson /Gold Circle) RCK BRAUN Kisses n The Rain(Warner Bros.) CHUCK LOEB North. South. East And Wes(Shanachie) RPPNGTONS Caribbean Breeze(Peak/Concord) MCHAEL LNGTON Sunset(Samson /Gold Circle) WAYMAN TSDALE Can't Hide Love(Atlantic) HL ST. SOUL Until You Come Back To Me(Dome /Select -O -Hits) FREDDE RAVEL Sunny Side Up(GRPNMG) SADE King Of Sorrow(Epic) BRAN CULBERTSON Get t On(Atlantic) DAVE KOZ Love s On The Way(Capitol) ERC CLAPTON Reptile(Duck/Reprise) LUTHER VANDROSS Take You Out(J) MARC ANTONE Mas Oue Nada(GRPNMG) LEE RTENOUR F/DAVE GRUSN Get Up Stand Up(GRPNMG) JEFF KASHWA Around The World(Native Language) PECES OF A DREAM R U Ready(Heads Up) MCHAEL MCDONALD Open The Door(Ramp) CHARLE WLSON Without You(Major Hits) GERALD ALBRGHT Winelight(0/Atlantic) WALTER BEASLEY Tantam(Shanachie) DAVD MANN Stone Groove(N- Coded) BONEY JAMES & RCK BRAUN Shake t Up(Warner Bros.) COUNT BASC Wes Who?(nstinct) EUGE GROOVE Sneak A Peek(Warner Bros.) KEN NAVARRO Delicioso(Positive) FOUR 80 EAST Bumper To Bumper(Higher Octave) DOWN TO THE BONE Righteous Reeds(lnternal Bass/O/Atlantic) PATT AUSTN Love's Been Kind To Me Lately(Owest/WB) JEFF GOLUB Dangerous Curves(GRPNMG) TOTAL + _ GROSS WEEKS ON TOTAL STATONS/ PLAYS PLAYS MPRESSONS CHART ADDS (DO / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /3 4 Smooth Jazz reporters. Songs ranked by total plays for the airplay week of Sunday 5/20- Saturday 5/26. 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 of more for the first time. Songs below No. 20 are moved to recurrent after 20 weeks. Gross mptessions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitron Company (Copyright 200, The Arbitron Company). C 200, RSA nc. FATTBURGER Evil Ways (Shanachie) Total Plays. 5, Total Stations. 5, Adds: 3 SPYRO GYM Open Door(Heads Up) Total Plays. 50. Total Stations: 7, Adds: 3 AL JARREAU ts How You Say t(grpnmg) Total Plays. 50, Total Stations: 4, Adds: 2 CHRS CAMOZZ Curves(Samson'Gold Circle) Total Plays: 36, Total Stations:, Adds: 0 PAUL JACKSON JR. Bounce Wid' t(blue Note) Total Plays 2, Total Stations, Adds: 0 STEVE COLE From The Start(Atlantic) Total Plays: 5, Total Stations: 2. Adds: 4 DOC POWELL Brother To Brother(Samson/Gold Circle) Total Plays: 3, Total Stations: 0. Adds: O DAVE KOZ The Bright Side(Capitol) Total Plays 2, Total Stations: 4, Adds: 5 JOE MCBRDE Texas Twister(Heads Up) Total Plays. 02. Total Stations: 9, Adds: 0 KRK WHALUMGod_.) A Little More Time... (Warner Bros.) Total Plays: 69, Total Stations- 7. Adds- 0 Songs ranked by total plays Most Added ARTST TTLE LABEL'S, ADDS L. RTENOUR F/D. GRUSN Get Up Stand Up(GRPNMG) 5 DAVE KOZ The Bright Side(Capitol) JMMY SOMMERS 360 Groove(Higher Octave) STEVE COLE From The Start(Atlantic) MARC ANTONE Mas Que Nada(GRPNMG) JEFF GOLUB Dangerous Curves(GRPNMG) SPYRO GYRA Open Door(Heads Up) FATTBURGER Evil Ways(Shanachie) ED CALLE Smood Dude(Concord) KOMBO Low Rider(GRPNMG) ARTST TTLE LABEL(S) Most ncreased Plays TOTAL PLAY NCREASE WAYMAN TSDALE Can't Hide Love(Atlantic) +M SADE King Of Sorrow(Epic) +90 L. RTENOUR FD. GRUSN Get Up Stand Up(GRPNMG) +87 LUTHER VANDROSS Take You Out(J) +85 FUGE GROOVE Sneak A Peek(Warner Bros.) +66 HL ST. SOUL Until You Come...(Oome/Sele&t-O -Hits) +59 PATT AUSTN Love's Been Kind To Me tely (Owest/WB) +54 GERALD ALBRGHT Winelight(0/Atlantic) +53 AL JARREAU ts How You Say t(grpnmg) +48 FREDDE RAVEL Sunny Side Up(GRPNMG) +47 Breakers. SAM King Of Sorrow (Epic) TOTAL PLAYS/NCREASE TOTAL STATONSAOOS CHART 463/90 33/ o TOTAL PLAYS/NCREASE ERC CLAPTON Reptile (Duck/Reprise) TOTAL STATONS/ADDS 420/24 33/0 TOTAL PLAYS/NCREASE LUTHER VADDROSS Take You Out (J) TOTAL STATONSADOS 42/85 29/2 CHART Most Added s Um bw rembsr of new adds offàaay mooned to RR by each reporting station. Songs urporrd as adds do not cam loomed moral bw Mafkra playkp a 'cop. Abp ncreased Playa lists the songs wet the protest wpt- lonsak Moms, n ow playa Weighted child appears on AR ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. AFTRA sot Your Stream Down? 5treamAudin, StreamAudio will blackout or replace unauthorized ads with station promos or in -house spots! Works with Enco, Audio Vault, Scott, Prophet, Maestro, RCS, BS Wave Station and more. Currently streaming and replacing on: WSB- Atlanta WEB-Boston KRXQ- Sacramento KNRK -Portland WAAF -Boston KTHT Houston MC- Kansas City WRNO -New Orleans And over 82 more stations! Serving million streams per week! Cöntacttont or at

87 smooth ur top D looks much as it did last week. Jeff Lorber's "Snakebite" (Samson/ Gold Circle ) shows it's got fangs as it holds No. for the third consecutive week. Be sure to check out the edit of Lorber's wondrous cover of Rufus & Chaka Khan's 983 hit "Ain't Nobody," on your desk now. Wayman Tisdale's smash "Can't Hide Love" (Atlantic) bounds 9-6* and is No. Most ncreased with huge rotation increases totaling +04 plays. Chuck Loeb's "North. South. East & Wes" (Shanachie). which holds No. 3 *, has airplay on 00% of the panel and increases only 25 plays this week. Second Most ncreased, with +90 plays. Sade's "King of Sorrow" (Epic) moves 2-9*/Breaker. Eric Clapton's "Reptile" (Duck/Reprise) and Luther Vandross' "Take You Out" J - t at 2* and 3 *, respectively, both attained /"" Eva Cassidy Songbird Blix Street Smooth Jazz Action June Breaker status this week. Ritenour f /Grusin's "Get up Stand Up" (GRP /VMG) surges 24-5 *. The track picks up five new adds - including WLVE /Miami and KWJZ /Seattle - plus. with +87 plays. it's second Most ncreased. The new standard when speaking of a "deep record" must surely be Dave Koz's The Dance (Capitol). Koz's latest. "The Bright Side." is the release's fifth single! Already up to 28 plays on WJJZ/Philadelphia and 9 on KTWV (The Wave)/ Los Angeles. the track is among three tied for Most Added with five new adds. including KKSF /San Francisco and WQCD /New York. Also earning five adds - including WNUA/ Chicago. W N W V /Cleveland and WJZ /Milwaukee - is Jimmy Sommers' "360 Groove" (Higher Octave). Just as this track does, Sommers' performance at last weekend's KFM's Anniversary Festival reflected his deepening artistic maturity. Steve Cole also gave a truly inspired live performance at KFM's Anniversary Festival. His single "From the Start" (Atlantic) earned four adds (including WJZW/Washington and WNWV), but just as important is the fact that the track got 27 plays on The Wave and went from add to 2 on WJJZ. this week. What do these winning stations know about this track - that it's a hit? Music intoxicates me. love the rush, the unabashed joy it unleashes in me like a drug. t's an addiction shared by many in radio and records. Every now and then - not nearly often enough - hear something so amazing that it changes me in ways difficult to describe, but always listen with the hope that 'll find the amazement crave and be overcome by a piece of music and completely swept away in it. had one of those revelations recently when listened to Eva Cassidy's Songbird (Blix Street), which closes with an extraordinary interpretation of "Over the Rainbow," also the first single. Until now considered Judy Garland's version and, later, the version by srael "Bruddah z" Kamakawiwo'ole the ultimate readings of that tune. But Cassidy's version, pitch -perfect, artful and devoid of any pretense, brought me to my knees. With each subsequent listen 'm more riveted by the beauty of her performance and the song's subtle, delicate arrangement. asked Smooth Jazz Asst. Editor Pete Petro's opinion, but he hadn't gotten to it yet. He later reappeared wide -eyed, misty, verklemmt, and whispered, "That's not a cover." Then he put his hand to his heart with a word or two about his composure. n a dumbed -down world - one saturated with banal images, pointless messages and commercial junk - would add Eva Cassidy's "Over the Rainbow" in a heartbeat as a gift to my listeners. n a heartbeat! As long as there has been a Smooth Jazz chart in R &R (and NAC before that and Contemporary Jazz even before that), KSBR/Mis- sion Viejo, CA has been a prime and valued contributor because of its musical diversity. The noncom-, 200 RaR 85 5XR RaR'S EXCLUSVE AROMETER FOR NEW MUSC mercial station, centered on the Saddleback College campus, programs an ex- tremely well -balanced mix of contemporary and smooth jazz with a full complement of songs some would call "spice" tracks but others feel are simply good music. KSBR is also notable for the fact that it plays virtually no crossover material. After listening to KSBR with considerable glee over the holiday weekend and attending the station's Birthday Bash, spoke with MD Logan Parris about the attitude toward new music on KSBR. We've been doing contemporary jazz for more than 20 years. We started out playing Jeff Lorber's Water Sign and, of course, old Ronnie Laws tunes, and all these years later we still love those artists. And that's what we still do - play uptempo material, like Boney James b Rick Braun's "Shake t Up" (Warner Bros.). t's upbeat and has a party vibe. We try not to play crossover material because we're between KTWV (The Wave) /Los Angeles and KFM /San Diego, so we try to differentiate our- selves. For example, we play Bill Can- tos' "Show Me That Smile," which he performed at the Bash. Our listeners love it because it's not the usual stuff. They like that jazzy feel, rather than an urban feel. That's the niche we've tried to carve out for ourselves, and think we've done a good job. This week we added Jimmy Sommers' "360 Groove" (Higher Octave) and Dave Koz's "The Bright Side" (Capitol). like the Sommers because it has a nice groove feel, plus there's Norman Brown doing his scat thing over it. Again, it's uptempo, which particularty seems to fit a summer feel. We added Dave Koz because, well, he's Dave Koz - and the record sounds really, really good. sn't it amazing that this is the fourth or fifth single from his record? t's the album that never ends, and that's a compliment to his great songwriting! Among our power- rotation songs, especially like Brian Culbertson's "Get t On" (Atlantic) and Paul Jackson Jr.'s "Bounce Wid" (Blue Note), which think is perfect for us, because it's a little more progressive, plus he's using the wah. Progressive is really the word that helps to define KSBR's sound. because, compared to everyone else, we play more songs that make the listener ask "What was that?" Another like is Marcus Millers "Lonnie's La- ment," on which he does a great job of combining a classic -sounding clarinet and bass into an urban groove thing. KSBR does daypart a bit especially with slower -tempo songs at night, and we focus on uptempo for morning. We like to think that we're the jazz that keeps you jazzed. d Sales! 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88 86 R&R June, 200 Smooth Jazz Reporters Stations and their adds listed alphabetically by market WZMR/Albany, NY PO: Patrick Ryan FO CAUL -Snood" KROS /Albequerque, NM PD: Paul Lavoie MD: Jeff Young KTRCKL S'Dnd PATRCK LJAe4( ED PALLE Snnoa- KNK/Anchorage, AK OM: Aaron Wallender PD: Dallas Scott MD: Jennifer Summers Na Adds WNUA/Chica o, L q PD: Bob Kaake APD/MD: Carl Anderson JMMY SOMA NS Girov WNWV/Cleveland, OH PD/MD: Bernie Kimble DAVE KoBe JMMVSOMMERS-Grow< STEW COLE -SW' WJZNColumbus, OH OM/PD/MD: Bill Harman APO: Gary Wolter MNC WONT ke" STNT COLE SOW ALJARRFAU Say' DAVE KOZ -B.q RUMOUR FGRUSN -stana- SPVRO GYRA'Opel' KOA/Dallss -Ft. Worth, TX PO: Maxine Todd APD/MD: Bret Michael No Alas KJCD/Denyer- Boulder, CO PD: John St. John MD: Marty Lenz 3 CHUCK LOEBYbrth- WVM V/Detroit, M PD: Tom Sleeker MD: Sandy Kovach BRAN CUBE JEFF MSNM'A'Arwra- KFZUFrssrw, CA PDMD: J. Weldenheimer 3 FATTBUiGER - tlner VANDROSS A. SPYROGYRA -Open EUGEGROOVE -Peek WJZAndianapolis, N PD/MD: Carl Frye MNDLHTOTHFBBOE R - KCY/Kansas City, MO PD: Steve Wiersman MD: Michelle Chase JAMS A BRAUN'SUR' GERALD A MGHT VindpM- a WSMJ/Knoxville, TN PD/MD: Tom Miller 5 RTENOUR F" KTWV/Los Angeles, CA PD: Chris Brodie APD/MD: Ralph Stewart ` WLVE/Mlami, FL PD: Rich McMillan fattburger'evf RTENODR FcRUSM SAD( -sa,aw- Stang WJZ/Mrtwaukee, W OM/PD/M0: Chris Moreau J,MMV S(M.MAERS Koort- KSBR Mission Viejo, CA OM/PD: Terry Wedel MD: Logan Parris DAVE KOZ.Boat.- JMMY SOMMERS'Grome KRVR/Modesto, CA PD: Jim Bryan MD: Doug Wultt q No Adds WOCD/New York, NY OM: John Mullen PD/MD: Charley Connolly KOMBO e' DAVEKOZBnpR - GARDEN PARTY- Deamn- WSJZ/New Orleans, LA OM/PD/MD: Mark Edwards FUGE GROOVE -Peek" KOABD -Rder" WJCOMorfolk, VA PD: Jay Lang MD: Larry Hollowell LAO HER -Poem' WLOOrori ando. FL PD: Dave Kosh MD: Patricia James am-tr.s HM WAtRS -Dawn- WJPLPeoria, L PD/MD: Rick Hirschmann JEFF GOLUB- Oanpews MARC ANTOaE -Ma' RTENOUR F GRUSN -Stand- WJJZ/Pbiladelphia, PA OM: Anne Gress PD: Michael Toni MD: Joe Proke No Aoas KYOT/Phoenix, AZ PD: Shaun Holly APD/MD: Greg Morgan 5 WAHAAN TSDALE Cant KKJZ/Portland, OR PD: Chris Miller MD: David Shult MARC ANTONE -Ma FREDDE RAVEL -S"Bop" KJZS/Reno, NV PD: Jay Davis MD: LouAnn Travers. Adds WJZY/Richmond, VA OM/P0: Tommy Fleming Al. JARRFA -Sty' KSSJ/Sactamento, CA No Adds WSSM/St. Louis, MO PD: Mike Watermann DAVroMAEw -Wne- KBZN/Salt Lake City, UT PD/MD: Rob Riesen en Adds KFM/San Diego, CA PD: Mike Vasquez APD/MD: Kelly Cole v' 6 VAROUS ARTSTS 'Around KKSF/San Francisco, CA PD: Paul Goldstein MD: Laurie Cobb 5 KOAEBD -Ride' 3 DAVE KOZ "Bop" KMGO/SanW Barbara, CA PD: Mark De Anda APD/MD: Steve Bauer t0 LUTHER VMDROSS Tale SPRO GYRA ZY /santa Rosa, CA PO: Gordon Zlot APD/MD: Rob Singleton 2 STEVE COLE Start 2 FAiG0a 2 FATaRGER v( 0 ßn KWJZ/Seattle-Tacoma, WA PD: Carol Handley MO: Dianna Rose RTENOUR F GRUSN Stand 4 Total Reporters Po 4 Current Reporters 4 Current Playlists WEB/Springfield, MA PD: Ben Casey MD: Darrel Cutting No Adds WSJT/Tampa, FL PD: Ross Block MD: Kathy Curtis No Zeds WJZW/Washin on, DC PD/MD: Kenny y Kin q SEVE GOLF Starr DAVD MANN -Slone KWSJ/Wichita KS PD: Ron Allen MO: Patrick Murphy JMMY SOMMERS Sion.e JEFF GOLUB -Dangerous ED CARE "Snarl JRN /(Jones MAG/National PD: Steve Hibbard MD: Cheri Marquart No Adds Most Played Recurrents Going For Adds KM WATERS n The Groove(Shanachie) RCHARD ELLOT Who?(Blue Note) KRK WHALUM Now Til Forever(Warner Bros.) BONA FDE X -Ray Hip(N- Coded) ANDY SNTZER Feel the World Dancing (Vital) EVA CASSDY Over the Rainbow (Blix Street) KOMBO Low Rider (GRPNMG) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: 6/4/0 JEFF KASHWA Hyde Park ( "Ah, Oooh" Song) (Native Language) WALTER BEASLEY Comin' At Cha(Shanachie) CHEL MNUCC My Girl Sunday(Shanachie) SADE By Your Side(Epic) GEORGE BENSON Medicine Man(GRPNMG) RCHARD ELUOT Moomba(B /ue Note) STEVE COLE Got t Goin' On(Atlantic) UNTED STATONS 22-aa94 National Programming Spyro Gyre Spyro Gyre Art Good's JaaTrez Added This Week Florida Straits Groovin' For Grover MCHAEL MCDONALD The Meaning Of Love(Ramp) CRAG CHAOUCO Cafe Camival(Higher Octave) JOE MCBRDE Texas Rhythm Club(Heads Up) LARRY CARLTON Fingerprints(Wamer Bros.) MCHAEL LNGTON Twice n A Lifetime(Samson/Gold Circle) BONEY JAMES & RCK BRAUN Grazin' n The Grass(Warner Bros.) Roo MOORE Luis Villegas Kim Waters Luther Vandross Action Figure Party La Reyna Until Dawn Take You Out Everybody Ready GROVER WASHNGTON JR. Chameleon(Te /arc) DAVE KOZ Can't Let You Go (The Sha...) (Capitol) VAROUS ARTSTS Manenberg(Heads Up) Renee DePuy Patti Austin Dave Koz Radio Show Love's Been Kind To Me Lately

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90 88 MR June, 200 Rock CYNDEE MAXWELL The Anatomy Of Buzz O Stimulate your audience to spread the word "One thing that the radio industry has that is its main asset in terms of buzz is that people love to talk about people, specifically celebrities. Buzz"is a term we in the industry take for granted at times. We are all accustomed to the hype and hyperbole surrounding the latest and greatest record or radio station, and we all become jaded when the promise of something turns out not to fulfill our expectations. That doesn't mean we should denigrate the process of buzz itself, however. n fact, everyone in the radio and record industries needs it. The trick lies in learning to use it. And that is the premise of the upcoming panel 'The Anatomy of Buzz," set for Thursday. June 4. at 0:45am during the R &R Jacobs Media Alternative & Active Rock Summit. which is Emanuel Rosin being held in con- junction with R &R Convention 200. Guest speaker Emanuel Rosen. author of the book The Anatomy of Buzz, will moderate the session. which is open to all Jacobs Media cli- ents. Rosen first experienced the phenomenon of buzz at Niles Software. As VP/Marketing for the company through most of the '90s. he was responsible for launching and marketing its flagship product. EndNote, a tool for managing bibliographic references that is still widely used in most universities. The success of the software was based largely on word of mouth. which intrigued Rosen. So in 998, when he sold his share in the company, he began to devote his time to researching the wonder of buzz. His previous experience as an advertising copywriter provided a solid framework for understanding the concept of trying to build product awareness. Since then he has become the guru of buzz. Defining Buzz And Networks Rosen explains that buzz is person - to- person communication about a brand. "Let's say that tell you about a movie saw a couple of weeks ago. Memento. which think is great:' he says. This is a comment that in this case. went over phone lines, but it can be communicated via c -mail or face - to-face. it doesn't matter. The sum of all the comments about that particular movie is the buzz about it. ' Rosen points out that people best remember comments about movies. musicians, books and radio stations from friends. "While don't have statistics that are specific to the radio and record industries. in other industries the numbers reach 65% or higher for people who say they heard about a product or brand through another person;' he explains. "My feel- ing is that its a very. very strong phenomenon in the radio and record industries too. "One small survey did at a university on the West Coast asked stu- dents to recall conversations they had had about Lauryn Hill. The conversations were mostly face -to-face: surprisingly, there wasn't that much e- mail interaction. Word of mouth had the biggest impact on how they heard about that particular singer. t's a very important phenomenon in the industry" We are accustomed to looking at the world in terms of markets, niches and segments, but when considering buzz, Rosen instructs us to look at the world as a very large social network with 6 billion nodes in it." n this framework we distinguish between network hubs and mega - hubs," he continues. " Megahubs are network hubs that have an influence beyond what any other person has. For example. megahubs would be the DJs in radio stations who are very powerful in spreading the word about artists or songs. "Network hubs are the central people within their own social networks. They are at the grass -roots level. They may be called the tastemakers, and there are different levels of these people. These are the people you want to reach when you want to spread the word about anything." dentify The Tasternakers Rosen explains that for a radio station to identify the tastemakers in its audience. the station must be proactive and go out and find them. "f you are isolated in a room, obviously your chances of finding these people are lower." he says. "Essentially. there are four things you can do. First some of these people come to you. The trick is not to block their way. t's amazing how quickly we become complacent about and arrogant toward the people who actually support us and want information from us. "One thing we must remember about these people is that they have their own network hubs. One of their characteristics is that they love information. and they love to be the first to have information. They live by it. f somebody else in their network hub tells them something that they didn't already know. their position as an opinion leader is hurt. "Some of these people come to radio stations for information, for new stuff. and a lot of times they are rejected by the gatekeepers. by people who just don't understand that contact with these people is actually very good for the company. "Another way to identify these hubs is to identify a group of people who may be more central in their social network or may be in a position to spread the word. A good example in the sports- marketing industry is coaches. The way Power Bar spread the word about itself initially was through coaches in a lot of universi- ties. t is really a lot of hard work to reach these people, but sometimes you can identify a position that someone has and spread the word through them." n The Field "Probably the best way to spot tastemakers is in the field." Rosen continues. We all have a very intuitive way to identify these people. We know who they are once we see them. because they are the people others pay more attention to. "For example. you're at an event. and you see someone who is surrounded by eight other people. and everybody's listening to that one person. This may be a network hub. The same is true in a chat mom or a news - group. where you'll notice that some people get more attention than others. These are the network hubs. "Finally. there is the scientific way. This is probably more difficult to implement, but it is possible to identify tastemakers through surveys. You essentially ask people who they turn to for information when they look for a radio station to listen to. You can learn some things about tastemakers' characteristics. 'The movie industry does this. and their second question is always. 'Would you recommend this movie to a friend?' t's a very good idea to start paying attention to the people others seek information from. They are the people who ultimately determine what happens and what doesn't happen " What Creates Buzz? Rosen says there are key things to keep in mind if one wants to create buzz. "First, build something into the product itself that will encourage people to talk about you," he explains. "Feed the networks. Give people in multiple social networks advance copies. t can be advance copies of a book if it's the publishing industry. Advance records are constantly used in the radio industry, but it's always done at the radio-station level. What 'm talking about is much more grassroots. Sending out advance copies of music on a very large scale is something that is likely to generate buzz. "Events create buzz. That's something that companies do all the time. but the problem is that the biggest enemy of buzz is routine. f an event becomes yet another time where the radio -station van is parked somewhere. it still may work. but there is nothing there that a person will talk about. Events work to create buzz when they are new and surprising. 'That's another thing that creates buzz: surprise. Any time you manage to surprise your audience in some way or create a mystery that they solve. that really stimulates buzz. Advertising is the last thing concerning buzz. because it really serves as a backup. t's still important, because it's very difficult to generate buzz on an ongoing basis. Advertising is best used in terms of reminders and reinforcement, but it's not the No. thing for generating buzz." Radio often uses crazy stunts to create buzz about personalities and stations. and Rosen approves. " think that shocking and outrageous things make sense. especially in the entertainment business," he says. "People are much more forgiving, and it can be fun. The best buzz comes from things that are very close to the product itself. Shocking things that are artificial. not related to the message and done just for the sake of outrageousness don't work. People don't make the connection. "Outrageousness definitely makes people talk. if you can make it work. The problem is that once you've seen it. it's not outrageous the next time. When Demi Moore was on the cover of Vanity Fair naked and pregnant. that made people talk. But the next time with another actress, it's passé. There'll still be some talk, but not as much." Continued on Pap 92

91 AM WEEKK STAND WEEK Rock Top 50 June, 200 ARTST TTLE LABELS TOTAL PLAYS. l - PLAYS DROSS MPRESSONS b WEEKS ON MART t's Been Awhile (Flip/Elektra/EEG) / DOORS DOWN Duck And Run (Republic/Universal) /0 3 BLACK CROWES Lickin' (V2) /0 4 SEVEN MARY THREE Wait (Mammoth) /0 8 0 CULT Rise (Lava/Atlantic) / 5 6 TANTRC Breakdown (Maverick) /0 7 lo AEROSMTH Just Push Play (Columbia) /0 6 6 FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) (Epic) /0 9 9 TRAN Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me) (Columbia) /0 2 0 U2 Elevation (nterscope) /0 GODSMACK Greed (Republic/Universal) /0 4 TOOL Schism (Volcano) / 0 3 LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (DreamWorks) / DOORS DOWN Loser ( Republic/Universal) / 5 5 SALVA Your Disease (sland/djmg) / 2 e STAND Outside (Flip/Elektra/EEG) /3 7 7 AEROSMTH Jaded (Columbia) / MEGADETH Moto Psycho (Sanctuary/SRG) / Breaker t DAVE NAVARRO Rexall (Capitol) / GODSMACK Awake ( Republic/Universal) /0 25 LNKN PARK Crawling (Warner Bros.) / 24 SYSTEMATC Beginning Of The End (Music Company/Elektra/EEG) /0 20 Z3 SNOMATC Bloom (Rust/Atlantic) / AC/DC Safe n New York City (EastWest/EEG) /0 Bnaksr e STEREOMUD Pain (Loud/Columbia) / LMP BZKT My Way (Flip / nterscope) / BUCKCHERRY Ridin' (DreamWorks) /0 30 e STABBNG WESTWARD So Far Away (Koch) /0 32 DOYLE BRAMHALL... Green Light Girl (RCA) / ECONOLNE CRUSH Make t Right (Restless) / R.E.M. mitation Of Life (Warner Bros.) /0 35 te UNON UNDERGROUND Revolution Man (Portrait/Columbia) /0 37 LFEHOUSE Sick Cycle Carousel (DreamWorks) / OLEANDER Are You There? ( Republic/Universal) /0 36 PRME STH 'm Stupid (Don't Worry...) (Giant/Reprise) / FUEL nnocent (Epic) /0 38 AMERCAN PEARL t We Were Kings (Wind -up) / 48 DROWNNG POOL Bodies (Wind -up) / COLD No One (Flip/Ge/%n/lnterscope) /0 az m MAYFELD FOUR Eden (Turn The Page) (Epic) / t 4 FROM ZERO Check Ya (Arista) / DFFUSER Tidal (Hollywood) /3 45 DOUBLE TROUBLE Turn Toward The Mirror (Tone -Cool) /0 44 OURS Sometimes (DreamWorks) / Debut> e ERC GALES Hand Writing On The Wall (Nightbird/MCA) / BLUES TRAVELER Girl nside My Head (A &M /lnterscope) / SHADES APART Beat By Beat (Republic/Universal) /0 Debut> e 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic /Universal) /54 Debut> e OFFSPRNG Million Miles Away (Columbia) /0 4r : ERC CLAPTON Superman nside (Duck/Reprise) /0 70 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 5/20- Saturday 5/26. 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. 20 are moved to recurrent after 20 weeks. Gross mpressions equals Average Quarter Hour Persons times number of plays (times 00). Average Quarter Hour Persons used herein with permission from The Arbitran Company (Copyright 200, The Arbitron Company). 200, R&R nc. TOTAL DDS Most Added ARTST TTLE LABELS ADDS 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic/Universal) 54 FUEL Bad Day (Epic) 28 TANTRC Astounded (Maverick) 20 DAVE NAVARRO Rexall (Capitol) 7 STEREOMUD Pain (Loud /Columbia) 6 CALLNG Wherever You Will Go (RCA) 5 DSTURBED Down With The Sickness (Giant/Reprise) 5 DFFUSER Tidal (Hollywood) 3 DROWNNG POOL Bodies (Wind -up) 3 STAND Outside (Flip/Elektra/EEG) 3 Most ncreased Plays ARTST TTLE LABELS TOTAL PLAY 89 NCREASE DAVE NAVARRO Rexall (Capitol) DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic./Universal) +98 CALLNG Wherever You Will Go (RCA) +75 TANTRC Astounded (Maverick) +64 CULT Rise ( Lava/Atlantic) +62 DSTURBED Down With The Sickness (Giant/Reprise) +62 ERC GALES Hand Writing On The Wall (Nghtbird/MCA) +54 OFFSPRNG Million Miles Away (Columbia) +54 STAND Outside (Flip /Eiektra EEG) +50 JOSH JOPLN GROUP Gravity (Artemis) +46 TOTAL PLAYS/NCREASE Breakers DAVE NAVARRO Rexall (Capitol) TOTAL STATONS/ADDS 458/93 49/7 TOTAL PLAYSNCREASE STEREOMUD Pain (Loud/Columbia) TOTAL STATONS/ADDS 408/25 47/6 CHART o e CHART Most Added is the total number of new adds officiaay reported to RAR 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 n total plays. Weighted than appears on RAR ONLNE MUSC TRACKNG. ll *` "HAND WRTNG ON THE WALL" These great radio stations read the handwriting on the wall: KYYS KSHE KORS WLUM KLAO KLBJ KTAL KMOD and more! THAT'S WHAT R &R Rock Debut ' Catch Eric on tour this summer with ndigenous M C ß,.

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93 June 4-6 The Century Plaza Hotel & Spa Los Angeles, California President William Jefferson Clinton Stevie Nicks Shelby Lynne L O.- - vl k Larry King Rick Dees Christina Aguilera Nancy O'Dell & Pat O'Brien Of Amass Holtywood ' '4: David Foster Jim Brickman John Waite Dave Navarro Sophie B. Hawkins The Doobie Brothers Also appearances by Nina Blackwood, Nikka Costa, The Guess Who, Eric Marienthal, Reverend Dr. Al Sharpton, John Tesh and more to be announced' :.agenda:200 WEDNESDAY: JUNE 3, 200 Q FRDAY: JUNE 5, 200 FRDAY: JUNE 5, 200 (continued) : 2:00-6:00PM Registration Opens THURSDAY: JUNE 4, 200 : 9:00-:OOAM LFEbeat Breakfast Hosted by Kevin Weatherly Please call for tickets :30AM -2:30PM RESEARCH The Ultimate Record Buyer Study: R &R Exclusive Senior Promotion Summit 2:5- :45PM Alternative /Active Rock Awards Lunch 2:30-5:30PM The 7th Annual Music & Entertainment ndustry Golf Classic Benefiting the T.J. Martell Foundation Please call for tickets :30-3:OOPM NTERNET Using Your Website To Create Listener Loyalty 2:00-5:30pM R &R/Jacobs Media Alternative & Rock Summit 3:30-5:00pm NTERNET To Stream Or Not To Stream 6:00-8:OOPM Opening Cocktail Party 8:00-0:OOPM >Club R &R Featuring The Guess Who : 9:00- :OOAM GENERAL SESSON > Keynote Speaker: President William Jefferson Clinton Musical Performances by Stevie Nicks & Shelby Lynne > R &R National ndustry Achievement Awards presented by Access Hollywood's Nancy O'Dell and Pat O'Brien. concurrent sessions: :3004 -:00PM >CHR Larry King Live! with Rick Dees >SMOOTH JAZZ Top Guns: Sharpshooters On The Front Lines >TRPLE A BAM! Let's Kick t Up A Notch! >AC One On One With David Foster : :5-2:45PM Format Award Lunches >TRPLE A >AC >ROCK concurrent sessions: 3:30-5:00PM >ALTERNATVE The State Of The Format, The State Of The ndustry >URBAN One On One With Reverend Dr. Al Sharpton >ROCK/ACTVE ROCK Rate -A- Record, Rate -A -Wine >HOT AC The Quiet Companies 5:00-7:00pm R &R Pop Awards Show 7:00-0:00PM R &R Rhythmic & Urban Awards Show o SATURDAY: JUNE 6, 200 9:30-0:45AM ARBTRON What PDs Should Know About The PPM concurrent sessions: :00ÁM - 2:30PM >CHk >SMOOTH JAZZ Art, Culture & Business >ALTERNATVE The Third Annual Alternative Rate -A- Record R &R convention:200 Agenda Subject To Change

94 92 s:;?f Rock June, 200 SKRAPE solated (RCA) Total Plays:. Total Stations 6, Adds. ZOO STORY Mantaray (3:33/Universal) Total Plays: 09, Total Stations: 9. Adds:2 BG WRECK nhale (Atlantic) Total Plays. 87. Total Stations: 4, Adds: O STATC -X This s Not (Warner Bros.) T ora Plays: 85, Total Stations. 0, Adds: 0 CALLNG Wherever You Will Go (RCA) Total Plays. 77. Total Stations. 8, Adds: 5 FEAR FACTORY Linchpin (Roadrunner) Total Plays. 76. Total Stations 0. Adds. 2 PROFESSONAL.. Slow (GeferVlnterscope) Total Plays 72. Total Stations 9. Adds: 0 DSTURBED Down With... (Giant/Reprise) Total Plays 69. Total Stations. 9. Adds: 5 rest Played Recurrents s MUOVAYNE Dig (No Name/Epic) Total Plays: 68. Total Stations: 8. Adds:O FUEL Bad Day (Epic) Total Plays. 65. Total Stations: 33, Adds: 28 TANTRC Astounded (Maverick) Total Plays. 64. Total Stations: 29. Adds: 20 CLUTCH Careful With That Mic... (Atlantic) Total Plays. 53. Total Stations: 8. Adds: 0 DOG FASHON DSCO Headless (Spitfire) Total Plays. 48. Total Stations: 7. Adds. BRAND... Reasons Why (Music Company/D Total Plays: 44, Total Stations. Adds: 2 ELECTRC LGHT ORCHESTRA Alright (Epic) Total Plays: 38. Total Stations. 7, Adds: PRMUS W/OZZY N..B. (Divine/Priority) Songs ranked by total plays A. LEWS OF STAND W/F. DURST Outside (Rawless/Gefen/lnterscope) NCUBUS Drive (mmortal/epic) 3 DOORS DOWN Kryptonite ( Republic/Universal) METALLCA Disappear (Holtywood) CREED Higher (Wind -up) UNKN PARK One Step Closer (Warner Bros.) CREED Are You Ready (Wind -up) CREED With Amts Wide Open (Wind -up) GODSMACK Voodoo ( Republic/Universal) A PERFECT CRCLE Judith (Virgin) PAPA ROACH Last Resort (DreamWorks) RED HOT CHL PEPPERS Otherside (Warner Bros.) STONE TEMPLE PLOTS Sour Girl (Atlantic) METALLCA No Leaf Clover (Elektra/EEG) DSTURBED Voices (Giant/Reprise) F00 FGHTERS Learn To Fry (Roswell RCA) COLLECTVE SOUL Why Pt. 2 (Attantk) weeg) The Anatomy of Buzz Continued from Page 88 The Buzz Challenge n conclusion, Rosen notes two challenges for radio related fo creating buzz. One thing 've seen with a lot of products that create buzz is that they have something tangible that can be passed on from person to person. For example, the Polaroid -Zone camera. which was the best -selling camera in the U.S. in 999, had sticky film. t was mostly kids who used it and gave the pictures to each other. The tangible aspect to the pictures was that you could stick them on anything or anyone. and that generated talk.._ "The same is true with America Online. Every mailing they send out has a coupon for people to pass on to a friend. t's a challenge for the radio industry to find something similar that people will be able to give their friends. When you have something tangible like that, it's almost guaranteed to generate discussion." Rosen makes it clear that he is not talking about a tchotchke giveaway. "t's something that needs to be more embedded into the whole experience of listening to a radio station," he enthuses. "One thing that the radio industry has that is its main asset in terms of buzz is that people love to talk about people, specifically celebrities. You have that in radio. You have access to those people. Any time our fascination with people can somehow be plugged into a promotion, the result is buzz. f you bring a band to town that really like, and you somehow make me tell my friends about them and, in the process, mention the station - which is the challenge - you can generate buzz. "A lot of the buzz about the HBO series The Sopranos is around people. The show's producers have managed to create these characters that people love to talk about. There arc Sopranos chat rooms. People talk about them as if they are their neighbors, and that creates a lot of buzz. People start talking at the office and say, 'Did you see what Tony did last night?' Someone else walks in and wants to know who they're talking about. t's buzz. "Any time that you manage to surprise your audience in some way or create a mystery that they solve, those are the things that really stimulate buzz." "tae other challenge for radio is to stimulate more customer- to-customer. or, in radio's case, listener -to-listener interaction. One thing that is almost guaranteed to generate buzz is when people interact among themselves about you. EBay does that. People talk about the great deal they got on ebay or how much money they made by selling something on ebay. nteraction between customers generates buzz. f you can do that effectively in radio, it can really help spread the word about the radio station " UV Beautiful Day (lnterscope) CREED What f (Wind-up) At WXTB/Tampá s massive concert event Livestock 200, thousands of fans kicked up the dust for Linkin Park. After their set, this group of VPs got one step closer' to each other, (back, l -r) Warner Bros: EUana Teune, Linkin Park's Joe Hahn and Phoenix, WXTB's Brad Hardin, L.Ps Mike Shinoda, (front -r) WB's Mike Rittberg and WXTB's Brian Biller. JMMY EAT WORLD Bleed American (Dream Works) OLEANDER Benign (Republic/Universal) PETE. Sweet Daze (Warner Bros.) 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97 LAST 493( 5 ä,3 Active Rock Top 50 Jurae, 200 vac AnfóT TfRE LABEL/Si FNS 43 o o o o o m 6m Breaker m e m 3) m 3 36 e a e (Debut> o M oear Cal!mow STAND t's Been Awhile (Flip/Elektra/EEG) /0 SALVA Your Disease (sland /OJMG) /0 TOOL Schism (Volcano) /0 GODSMACK Greed ( Republic/Universal) M 3 68/0 LMP BZKT My Way (flip /nterscope) /0 LNKN PARK Crawling (Warner Bros.) /0 CULT Rise (Lava/Atlantic) /0 3 DOORS DOWN Duck And Run (Republic/Universal) / TANTRC Breakdown (Maverick) / ECONOLNE CRUSH Make t Right (Restless) /0 STABBNG WESTWARD So Far Away (Koch) /0 STEREOMUD Pain (Loud /Columbia) /0 LNKN PARK One Step Closer (Warner Bros.) /0 GODSMACK Awake (Republic /Universal) /0 DSTURBED Voices (Giant/Reprise) / SEVEN MARY THREE Wait (Mammoth) /0 COLD No One (Flip /Geffen/nterscope) /0 SYSTEMATC Beginning Of The End (Music Company/Elektra/EEG) /0 MEGADETH Moto Psycho (Sanctuary/SRG) /0 DAVE NAVARRO Rexall (Capitol) /4 STAND Outside (Flip /Elektra/EEG) /7 BLACK CROWES Lickin' (V2) /0 UNON UNDERGROUND Revolution Man (Portrait/Columbia) /0 AEROSMTH Just Push Play (Columbia) /0 NONPONT What A Day (MCA) /0 OLEANDER Are You There? (Republic/Universal) /0 DROWNNG POOL Bodies (Wind -up) /0 MUDVAYNE Dig (No Name/Epic) /0 FROM ZERO Check Ya (Arista) /0 STATC -X This s Not (Warner Bros.) /0 FEAR FACTORY Linchpin (Roadrunner) / NNE NCH NALS Deep (Elektra/EEG) /4 SNOMATC Bloom (Rust/Atlantic) /0 PRME STH 'm Stupid (Don't Worry...) (Giant/Reprise) /4 CLUTCH Careful With That Mic... (Atlantic) /5 SKRAPE solated (RCA) /2 WEEZER Hash Pipe (Geffen/nterscope) /4 2 Elevation (nterscope) / DFFUSER Tidal (Hollywood) /2 OFFSPRNG Million Miles Away (Columbia) / LFEHOUSE Sick Cycle Carousel (DreamWorks) /0 DSTURBED Down With The Sickness (Giant/Reprise) /6 UNLOCO Face Down (Maverick) /0 AEROSMTH Jaded (Columbia) /0 BOY HTS CAR 'm A Cloud (Wind -up) /0 PROFESSONAL MURDER MUSC Slow (Geffen/nterscope) /2 BUCKCHERRY Ridin' (Dream Works) /0 TOADES Push The Hand (ntel scope) /0 A PERFECT CRCLE The Hollow (Virgin) /0 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That ( Republic/Universal) /43 ARTSTTffLE LA9EL5 Most Added 95 Arne 3 DOORS DOWN Be Like That (Republic/Universal) 43 TANTRC Astounded (Maverick) 30 FUEL Bad Day (Epic) 7 DSTURBED Down With The Sickness (Giant/Reprise) 6 3 You Wouldn't Believe (Volcano) 2 SMON SAYS Blister (Hollywood) 9 STAND Outside (Flip/Elektra/EEG) 7 CLUTCH Careful With That Mic... (Atlantic) 5 CRASHPALACE Perfect (Trauma) 5 ZOO STORY Mantaray (3:33/Universal) 5 GAVE NAVARRO "Rexall" Gctive!p- 0 Rock!e)'m Most ncreased Plays TOTAL PLAY ARTST TTLE LA9EUS POEMS DAVE NAVARRO Rexall (Capitol) +372 UNKN PARK Crawling (Warner Bros.) +64 CULT Rise (Lava/Atlantic) +64 NNE NCH NALS Deep (Elektra'EEG) +50 CLUTCH Careful With That Mic... (Atlantic) +43 DSTURBED Down With The Sidmess (Giant/Reprise) +42 TOOL Schism (Volcano) + SMON SAYS Blister (Hollywood) +08 TANTRC Astounded (Maverick) +0 WEEZER Hash Pipe (GeflerVlnterscope) +96 TOTAL PLAYS/NCREASE 743/372 Breakers. DAVE NAVARRO Rexall (Capitol) TOTAL STATONS/ADDS 60/4 CHART 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 5/20 -Saturday 5/26. 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. 20 are moved to recurrent after 20 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 200, The Arbitron Company). C 200, R&R nc. MopMdad is the total number or new adds officially reported to MR by each reporting prior. Songs unreported as adds do not count toward arena total Motions payil% a song. Mop ncreased Plays lets the songs wen tot greatest mekao-week increases in total pays. Wog lied chart wows on MR ONLNE MUS CTRAC0 G. Maximize 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 s, expos & giveaways. X Packaged on a roll and easy to use. / P.O. Box Houston, Texas / / FAX

98 96 Active Rock June, 200,. ' íìi 8J«iii ptpw4.. America Beet Testing Active Rock Songs 2+ For The week Ending 8/0. STAND ts Been Awhile(Flip/Elektra/EEG) % 4% TOOL Schism(Volcano) % 7% STAND Outside(Flip/Eektra/EEG) % 27% GO DSMACK Awake(Republic/Universal) % 33% DSTURBED Voices(GianVReprise) % 9% STATC -X This s Not(Warner Bros.) % 7% GODSMACK Greed(RepubliclUniversal) % 22% NONPONT What A Day(MCA) % 9% COLD No One(Flip/Geffen/lnterscope) % 2% TANTRC Breakdown(Maverick) % 20% LNKN PARK Crawling(Warner Bros.) % 6% LNKN PARK One Step Closer (Warner Bros.) % 40% MUDVAYNE Dig(No Name/Epic) % 4% NCUBUS Drive(mmortal /Epic) % 30% STEREOMUD Pain(Loud/Columbia) % 5% UNON UNDERGROUND Revolution Man(PortraiXolumbia) % 5% SALVA Your Disease(lsland/DJMG) % 6% CULT Rise(Lava/Atlantic) /0 5% SYSTEMATC Beginning Of The End(Music Company/Elektra/EEG) % 7% OLEANDER Are You There(Republic/Universal) % 5% FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands)(Epic) % 4% STABBNG WESTWARD So Far Away(Koch) % 8% MEGADETH Moto Psycho(Sanctuary/SRG) % 0% 3 DOORS DOWN Duck And Run(Republic/Universal) % 33% ECONOLNE CRUSH Make t Right(Restless) % 8% SEVEN MARY THREE Wait(Mammoth) % 8% SNOMATC Bloom(RustAtlantic) % 8% BLACK CROWES Lickin'(V2) % 7% LMP BZKT My Way(Flip /nterscope) % 47% AEROSMTH Just Push Play(Columbia) % 28% Total sample size is 589 respondents. Total average /avorability 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 burn represents the number of respondents who said they are tired of hearing the song. Sample composition is based on persons 2 +. Persons are screened via the nternet. Once passed. they can take the music test based on their format/music preference. results are not meant to replace callout research. The results are intended to show opinions of participants on the nternet only. RateTheMusic is a registered trademark of The RTM system is available for local radio stations by calling 407/ data is provided by Mediabase Research, a division of Premiere Radio Networks. Most Played Recurrents Msw 4_.4ctíve FUEL Hemorrhage (n My Hands) (Epic) DSTURBED Stupify (Giant/Reprise) NCUBUS Drive ( mmortal/epic) PAPA ROACH Last Resort (Dream Works) NCUBUS Pardon Me (mmortal/epic) A PERFECT CRCLE Judith (Virgin) PRMUS W/07ZY N..B. (Divine/Priority) BLNK -82 The Rock Show (MCA) Total Plays 43. Total Stations: 9. Adds :O SMON SAYS Blister (Hollywood) Total Plays: 34. Total Stations' 30, Adds: 9 MAYFELD FOUR Eden (Turn The Page) (Epic) Total Flays: 26. Total Stations: 5. Adds: 0 TANTRC Astounded (Maverick) Total Plays: 20. Total Stations: 38, Adds: 30 NULLSET Smokewood (Grand Royal) Total Plays. 9, Total Stations: 5, Adds' 2 DOG FASHON DSCO Headless (Spitfire) Total Plays: 05, Total Stations: 4. Adds: 3 CRASHPALACE Perfect (Trauma) Total Plays 84. Total Stations: 5. Adds: 5 ALEN ANT FARM Smooth Criminal (Dream Works) Total Plays. 8. Total Stations: 8. Adds' FUEL Bad Day (Epic) Total Plays: 78. Total Stations: 23. Adds: 7 SPRUNG MONKEY What's That... (Suddog/Red Line) Total Plays: 7. Total Stations: 8. Adds: O BG WRECK nhale (Atlantic) Total Plays 63. Total Stations: 7, Adds: 0 ZOO STORY Mantaray (3:33 Universal) Total Plays: 62. Total Stations. 3. Adds: 5 3 DOORS DOWN Loser (Republic/Universal) METALLCA Disappear (Hollywood) LFEHOUSE Hanging By A Moment (Dream Works) LMP BZKT Rollin' (Flip/lnterscope) 3 DOORS DOWN Kryptonite (Republic/Universal) SHADES APART Beat By Beat (Republic/Universal) Total Plays: 86, Total Stations: 5. Adds:O ACTVE ROCK Songs rand by total plays 3 You Wouldn't Believe (Volcano) Total Plays: 27. Total Stations: 2, Adds: 2 A. LEWS OF STAND W/F. DURST Outside (Flawless/Geflen lnterscope) RAGE AGANST THE MACHNE Renegades Of Funk (Epic) CREED Are You Ready (Wind-up) CREED Higher (Wind-up) GODSMACK Keep Away ( Republic/Universal) KORN Make Me Bad ( mmortal/epic) DEFTONES Change (n The House Of Flies) (Maverick) GODSMACK Whatever (Republic/Universal) JMMY EAT WORLD Bleed American (Dream Works) OLEANDER Benign (Republic/Universal) PETE. Sweet Daze (Warner Bros.) SPACEHOG At Least Got Laid (Artemis) STONE TEMPLE PLOTS Days Of The Week (Atlantic) VAN ZANT At Least 'm Free (CMC /SRG) Register now for Music Meeting, the industry's No. online destination for new music: OM LA' --Pe eintcc e rtir+la

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100 Conic oaafarm'wolf Warn 98 RaR June, 200 Rock By Frank Correia NSA tf tls'l) $M.w MN Active Rock's Pool Party From the first note of "Sinner," the title track of Drowning Pool's Wind -up debut, its clear that this Dallas -based foursome don't water down their sound. The group's guitar blast is tempered with the clear vocals of Davc Williams. allowing you to actually understand the lyrics while banging your head to the fierce sound. Programmers arc diving headfirst into the band's sound with the lead single. the mosh -pit anthem "Bodies." And bodies will certainly be flying this summer. when Drowning Pool accompanies acts like Disturbed. Mud - vayne and Systematic on the second stage of Ozzfest 2(0. The group's story began with drummer Mike Luce and guitarist C.J. Pierce. Although New Orleans boasts a rich musical history. the duo recognized that their hometown's rock scene left much to be desired. and they headed to Dallas to hook up with friend and bassist Stevie Benton. The trio gigged. but they were missing that special kick. Enter vocalist Dave Williams. who'd been singing in Dallas bands for two years before meeting up with the Pool boys. Nicknamed "Stage" by Pantera's Dime - bag Darrell. Williams was the energetic front - man the hand needed. MJ MUn s 0ammianlpll Corey Nao/Man Ran h,,,t,ec Una 'Wu Dome Their demo ended up in the hands of TVT's Sevendust, and the two groups set out on tour together. Soon the unsigned act was touring nationally with acts like Kittic and (hid) Planet Earth. When they had two years of touring under their belts, Drowning Pool cut a six -song demo that garnered attention from KEGL/Daltas and eventually led to a deal with Wind -up Records. Not surprisingly. these future stars arc burning bright with major support deep in the heart of Texas; KLFX/Killeen-Templc is spinning "Bodies" heavi- nbmttn/ hb ly. "The song is so strong, and it's got such a huge hook in it," says PD/MD Bob Fonda, who played the record on KLFX's Kul Radio metal show before adding it to regular notation. "t really hits the vibe of what's working well now - Mud - vaync, Union Underground and stuff like that. t's got a little bit of that edge to it. but with purpose. t's good for the people who like to party and for the people who just like to bang their heads. t works in many areas - a multifaceted record! t's top five phones with us. if not No.. Everybody just walks around town singing it; it just amazes me. it's surpassed a lot of people's expectations." tp Zo Specialty Artists..P,. f, 200 TOOL (Volcano) "Schism," "Parabola," "Lateralus" 2 STATC-8 (Warner Bros.) "Get To The Gone," "Permanence," "...n A Bag" 3 FEAR FACTORY (Roadrunner) "Linchpin," "Dead Man Walking," "Byte Block" 4 MEGADETH (Sanctuary) "000 Times...," "Return To Hangar," "Moto Psycho" 5 STAND (Flip.Elektra/EEG) "Can't Believe," "For You," "Fade" 6 CLUTCH (Atlantic) "Careful...," "American Sleep," "Spacegrass" 7 MUDVAYNE (No Name/Epic) "Dig," "nternal Primates Forever" 8 CROSSBREED (Artemis) "Underlined," "Painted Red" 9 DERDE (Music Cartel) "Another Day," "27 Years," "Godfed" 0 DROWNNG POOL (Wind -up) "Bodies" BLACK LABEL SOCETY (Spitfire) "Bored...," "3 Years...," "Stronger Than..." 2 CANDRA (Century Media) "Signs Of Discontent," "300 Percent...," "Constant..." 3 SPEAK NO EVL (Universal) "5 (Live My Lite)," "Pass The Power," "Too ntense" 4 STEREOMUD (Loud/Columbia) "Pain," "Lost Your Faith" 5 MONSTER MAGNET (A &M/nterscope) "Heads Explode," "Doomsday," "Mer 6 MY RUN (Spitfire) "Morning Prayer," "Beauty Fiend," "Rockstar" 7 DOG FASHON DSCO (Spitfire) "Headless," "Leper Friend" 8 SAVATAGE (Spitfire) "Awaken," "There n The Silence," "Drive" 9 CULT (Atlantic) "Rise" Specialty Show Reporters Shows and lbw? 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