Todd Krauss has resigned his position at CW6 and will be taking a job in radio as DOS for a new country station. We wish him great success in his new position.
Please help us support Ava and her family. Ava, almost 5 is in the fight of her life as she faces an inoperable brain tumor and a tumor on her pelvis. Ava has been given limited options as she has been battling cancer for over 3 years. She recently qualified for an experimental vaccine trial in Houston, Texas which requires extensive travel multiple times per month.
On Wednesday May 2, 2012 there will be a fundraiser to help alleviate the financial burden for the family of this extraordinary little girl. It’s called, “Rock 4 Ava” taking place at the Crescent Ballroom, in Downtown Phoenix.
In addition musical entertainment being provided by incredible local talent including Roger Clyne of the Peacemakers, Vinyl Station, Obediah Parker, Angela Anne and Tim & Willy from KMLE Country 108 we are also raising donations through a silent auction table with 100% of the proceeds going to Ava and her family.
Please help raise the funds to assist Ava and her family with travel and medical expenses by donating an auction item and please join us at Crescent Ballroom for a great evening to help a family in need. You can purchase tickets in advance at www.crescentphx.com or at the door for only $12.
For Donation or Event information contact:Niki Woehler 602-499-1568 email@example.com
It has been announced by Mike Wisniewski, a manager at the FM stations at Clear Channel radio, that Ashley Jensen-Green joins the FM sales team. Ashely joins the team from CBS Radio where she spent the last couple of years.
Clear Channel Tucson market manager Shanna McCoy exits after 14 months on the job. She previously had been director of sales for Clear Channel stations in Phoenix and Albuquerque. McCoy also worked for the company in Fayetteville, AR. No successor has been announced.
She will be missed by her staff and clients in Tucson, Shanna is always an important part of any place she works.
It is with great sorrow that I share the very sad news that Dick De’Angelis has passed away at the age of 76 after a long illness.. Dick was a very popular GM of KPHO TV 5 for many years. He was a well respected and very important person in the advertising community. To learn more about Dick’s life and all the organizations he was involved in please read his formal obituary in the Arizona Republic.
He will be missed by all of his peers and friends in and out of the ad community.
The House of Broadcasting, a free Radio and TV museum in Scottsdale, has published “HOBI Star-Studded Celebrity Media Cookbook” compiling over 130 recipes and photos of your favorite Radio & TV personalities.
A limited edition in color are available for sale, so please call 480-893-1324 or stop by Impact Printing, 7th st & Bethany Home Rd. Also visit at :www.houseofbroadcasting.com or Facebook:www.facebook.com/houseofbroadcasting.
Let’s keep the HOBI alive and well.
In case you missed it, the AWRT Media Night Out was a tremendous success!
More than 100 radio and tv folks, from a cross-section of the Phoenix media community were there.
Arcadia Tavern was just as popular as the first time around.
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Laura Lanes who was involved in NTR and Promotion at ABC CH15 KNXV, has resigned her position and joined the sales staff at COX TV and is on Debbie Bell’s team. We wish her much success on her new career in sales.