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2012 editorial calendar

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    • 2012 EDITORIAL CALENDARRI_p01_Cover_1-3_RI_p. 12/22/10 11:16 AM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM JANUARY 9 Space: Dec. 9 Art: Dec. 12 17th Annual Broadcaster of the Year Vol. XXVI, No. 1 January 3, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM Who had the most dramatic and positive impact on the industry in 2011? We highlight that individual in the first issue of 2012. The first issue of the new budget cycle is also a great time reach managers with a reminder of how your product or service can help them spend wisely. Special Report: 12 of the best sales made during 2011. AE ideas from all over the country. Reinventing Local JANUARY 23 Space: Jan. 6 Art: Jan. 9 Small Market Issue It’s been said there are no new ideas in radio. We think not. Small-market broadcasters are coming up with CBS President/CEO Dan Mason Radio Ink’s Executive Of The Year new ideas every day. They use them to bring advertisers to the table and keep regular advertisers coming back to radio month after month, year after year. We’ll tap in to and share some of those great ideas.RI_p01_Cover_1-17_RI_p. 1/7/11 12:36 PM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM Money-making ideas from digital vendors Vol. XXVI, No. 2 January 17, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM January Bonus Distribution: Top 100 group heads Small-Market FEBRUARY 13 Space: Jan. 27 Art: Jan 30 Heroes Energy And CRS and Country Radio Issue Innovation Make Country Format Update Local Radio Soar Top Country Radio Programmers list It’s the “Who’s Who” of country radio and the place to see and be seen if you’re offering a product to anyone in country. This prestigious list of the top country PDs outlines the best of the best program- mers in all market sizes. It’s a coveted issue kept year-round by many — making it an even more primeRI_p01_Cover_2-7_RI_p. 1/27/11 6:29 PM Page 1 place for advertisers. R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM Money-making ideas from country radio markets Bonus Distribution: Country Radio Seminar (2/22-2/24) - Nashville Vol. XXVI, No. 3 February 7, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM Michael McVay President, McVay Media McVay: “Forget FEBRUARY 27 Space: Feb. 10 Art: Feb. 13 Traditional The Most Influential African Americans in Radio Demos” Radio Ink highlights the African Americans who have a great impact on the radio industry. These indi- >>Your Website SUCKS. Fix it. viduals innovate, create tremendous revenue, and produce some of the best-sounding radio stations >>Is Top 40 DEAD? >>Grow Listenership across the country. We will also include discussions related to urban formats. It’s a powerful, personal with NEW Technology tool for reaching an important segment of the industry.RI_p01_Cover_2-21_RI_p. 2/10/11 1:22 PM Page 1 MARCH 12 Space: Feb. 24 Art: Feb. 27 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM Hispanic Format Focus Who Are The Best Country PDs The Hispanic population continues to explode, and radio stations around the country are very focused in America? Vol. XXVI, No. 4 February 21, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM on addressing this growing population. We’ll focus on Spanish-language and Hispanic-targeted for- mats and how to sell them, and include interviews with GMs, PDs, sales managers, and consultants. New ways to position and sell Hispanic radio, with sales manager interviews Bonus Distribution: Radio Ink’s Hispanic Conference/Hyatt Regency Mission Bay, San Diego (3/21-3/22) First Lady Lady Antebellum lead the way in younger, cooler country radio MARCH 26 Space: Mar. 9 Art: Mar. 12 Radio’s Best Studios and Facilities Make Money Radio Ads That From Your Get RESULTS Stream TODAY. Can You Write One? We introduce managers and engineers to a pictorial layout of some of the coolest-looking and most innovative studio designs of 2012. We detail the time spent on each studio build-out, the cost, and the vendors used. An ideal environment to promote studio furniture and equipment. 21 innovative ideas from top industry sales managers Hottest technologies delivering HD Radio What’s the status on HD Radio today? Update from iBiquity CEO Robert Struble Radio Ink • 1901 S. Congress Ave., Suite 118 • Boynton Beach, FL 33426 • www.radioink.com
    • 2012 EDITORIAL CALENDARRI_p01_Cover_3-7_RI_p. 2/22/11 6:45 PM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM APRIL 9 Space: Mar. 23 Art: Mar. 26 NAB Las Vegas. Equipment preview. Vendor interviews. Vol. XXVI, No. 5 March 7, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM GM’s Discuss Equipment That Has Saved Money. WHO’S FLY FM Chips in Cell Phones. Where Are We Now? With a SoundExchange update and an interview with NAB CEO Gordon Smith, the NAB Show Premiere Radio preview issue provides a look at the direction of new media and digital technology for radio. Sweet Talking Networks personality Steve Harvey Urban Advertisers providing new media and digital services need to be part of the pages that will be read Listeners and referenced by managers as they browse the NAB exhibit floor. APRIL 23 Space: Apr. 6 Art: Apr. 9 Music Format Update This issue focuses on all music formats, discussing trends, research, and syndicated formats.RI_p01_Cover_3-21_RI_p. 3/8/11 7:07 PM Page 1 HD. Have You R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM Converted Yet? Researchers, consultants, promotional companies, and syndicators that target music stations need to be here. Vol. XXVI, No. 6 March 21, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM Teach Clients to Buy April Bonus Distribution: NAB Show Las Vegas, April 14-19 5 Ways to Hit Your Digital Budget Slacker Radio MAY 7 Space: Apr. 20 Art: Apr. 23 CEO Jim Cady The News/Talk Radio Issue Talk radio is as strong as ever. We’ll review the format, discuss the talk hosts, and delve into one of radio’s hottest trends, spoken-word on the FM dial. It’s become clear that to go young, even with a news format, stations need to be on FM, and many are doing just that. This is a favorite issue for man- agers, consultants, programmers, syndicators, and anyone who follows the news/talk formats.RI_p01_Cover_4-4_RI_p. 3/23/11 8:52 AM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM MAY 21 Space: May 4 Art: May 7 WOW! Great Convergence Issue Studio Vol. XXVI, No. 7 April 4, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM Facilities What has radio learned since the social media craze began? Is radio using social media in innovative Five Secrets to Great How AT&T ways? Radio stations that are making money using social media — are there any out there? This issue Community Succeeds Radio With also discusses trends in online radio advertising and distribution methods, streaming, podcasting, DJ Chatter Have We All Gone Soft? digital music, and items related to radio online. Digital trends May Bonus Distribution: Radio Ink Convergence Conference & Top 50 News/Talk PDs Cumulus Media Chairman/CEO JUNE 11 Space: May 18 Art: May 21 Lew Dickey Most Influential Women in Radio The industry’s most influential women come together in this superstar issue, which has become RadioRI_p01_Cover_4-18_RI_p. 4/5/11 6:54 PM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM Ink’s second most important issue of the year. A “Who’s Who” of women in leadership, this list has resulted in mentoring groups for younger women in radio and is an important place for radio suppliers Vol. XXVI, No. 8 April 18, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM and others to show support and enhance brand loyalty among this distinguished group. Townsquare Media CEO THE Steven Price OUTSIDER STEVEN PRICE JULY 16 Space: Jun. 25 Art: Jun. 27 QUIETLY BUILDS A RADIO EMPIRE 40 Most Powerful People in Radio 22,000 FACEBOOK HOW TO GET The most read issue of Radio Ink, and the most retained and widely distributed issue of any publica- FOLLOWERS YOU CAN VOICETRACK tion in the industry. In this issue you hear about, and hear from, the people moving the radio industry A GREAT SHIFT DOES SEX REALLY SELL? forward. The annual “Top 40” list reflects the most powerful executives wielding control and influence HAS THE AC FORMAT LOST ITS LUSTER? over the industry. Due to its extreme popularity, this is the only of Radio Ink in July. It’s sure to be kept on desks and found on coffee tables across the industry for months to come. Radio Ink • 1901 S. Congress Ave., Suite 118 • Boynton Beach, FL 33426 • www.radioink.com
    • 2012 EDITORIAL CALENDARRI_p01_Cover_6-6_RI_p. 5/26/11 3:40 PM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM AUGUST 6 Space: Jul. 20 Art: Jul. 23 The 2012 Syndication Guide Vol. XXVI, No. 11 June 6, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM Everything stations need to know about syndicated programming. Shows, features, and full-time for- mats, with additional Web content detailing all the programming offered. AUGUST 28 Space: Aug. 10 Art: Aug. 13 Why Ginny Most Successful Program Directors in Radio Morris Bought Bonneville Ginny Morris, Hubbard Radio Chair This issue reviews the most successful, most influential, and most in-demand PDs who make radio sound great. Because of high programmer, management, and marketing readership, this is an excellent place to make stations aware of format and program options.RI_p01_Cover_7-11_RI_p. 6/29/11 6:27 PM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM SEPTEMBER 17 Space: Aug. 31 Art: Sep. 4 Radio Show Issue/Independent Warriors Vol. XXVI, No. 13 July 11, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM This issue highlights local and national programming trends, along with the latest format and rating success stories. Plus: highlights from the Radio Show. Plus, secrets to success from small market broadcasters all over the country. Large radio groups and public radio companies tend to get much of the press, but independent broadcasters are often the ones operating with different and innovative structures and management styles. Issue includes Radio Wayne pullout OCTOBER 8 Space: Sep. 21 Art: Sep. 24 Fall News/Talk IssueRI_p01_Cover_8-8_RI_p. 7/27/11 2:07 PM Page 1 With the 2012 elections bearing down on us, this is a perfect time to check in with the format that R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM Your Syndication draws a huge amount of attention every election season. From the personalities that make headlines Handbook to major issues facing the format, this issue offers provocative information and a compelling platform Online Vol. XXVI, No. 14 August 8, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY Reach X WWW.RADIOINK.COM QUALITY Not Quantity is Key to reach programmers and managers who rely on news/talk for reaching their bottom line. Frequency = ONE BIG JOKE Why SUBWAY Make Money Bonus Distribution: NAB/RAB Radio Show Loves Using NOW Radio OCTOBER 22 Space: Oct. 5 Art: Oct. 9 25 YEARS OF Radio’s Top Advertisers Who spends the most money in radio, and why? This issue highlights the biggest advertisers who are spending in radio. Why are they with us? How do they use us? What do they see as radio’s strength’s and weaknesses? This could be some of the most useful information for readers to have at their dis-RI_p01_Cover_8-22_RI_p. 8/10/11 2:07 PM Page 1 posal as they battle for every dollar on the street. Promotional merchandising and support companies, R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM Radio CRUSHES as well as public relations agencies, will find this issue a prime opportunity to showcase products and Yellow Pages Turning Likes Into LISTENERS services that can benefit agency clients and stations. Vol. XXVI, No. 15 August 22, 2011 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM RADIO SHOW October Bonus Distribution: PDs in the Top 25 markets Vendor Guide Capital Juggernaut WTOP/Washington SVP/GM Joel Oxley NOVEMBER 5 Space: Oct. 19 Art: Oct. 22 How We Outbilled Everyone The 100 Best Managers in Radio KDKB/Phoenix CELEBRATES What makes these managers the best? What are their winning traits? Why are they successful? The 40 Years very best managers in radio are highlighted on this list — the people watched most closely by group heads as promising management talent and potential corporate stars. Viewed by most managers in the industry, this issue is an ideal place to reinforce awareness of products and services. Radio Ink • 1901 S. Congress Ave., Suite 118 • Boynton Beach, FL 33426 • www.radioink.com
    • 2012 EDITORIAL CALENDARRI_p01_Cover_8-9_RI_p. 7/28/10 7:58 PM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM NOVEMBER 19 Space: Nov. 2 Art: Nov. 5 Automotive Issue Vol. XXV, No. 15 August 9, 2010 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM How much do automakers spend, and why? Interviews with auto dealers from around the country that use and love radio. How do they compare radio to television, newspapers, and the Internet? How do they perceive radio? How are they being serviced by radio sales reps, sales managers and general Can Talk managers? What can radio do better for these valuable clients? Radio Change DECEMBER 3 Space: Nov. 16 Art: Nov. 19 History? Annual Book of Lists/Forecast TRN CEO Mark Masters In addition to featuring business forecasts for the coming year, this issue is packed with information Inspired by Churchill on executive salaries, top advertisers, and dozens of other lists. The final issue of the year, this is oftenRI_p01_Cover_9-20_RI_p. 9/8/10 1:18 PM Page 1 viewed at leisure during vacation time, making it an ideal place to highlight products and services for purchase in the coming year. R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM December Bonus Distribution: Radio Ink Forecast 2012 Summit, New York Vol. XXV, No. 18 September 20, 2010 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM John Hogan President/CEO Clear Channel Radio FOR ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES CALL: VP/General Manager 610.321.0281 Deborah Parenti deborah@radioink.com Clear Channel Radio THE LONG VIEW VP/Associate Publisher 561-351-8639 Lois Ann Chooljian lois@radioink.comRI_p01_Cover_10-18_RI_p. 10/6/10 12:30 PM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM Marketing Consultant 646-808-6505 Renee Cassis renee@radioink.com Vol. XXV, No. 20 October 18, 2010 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM Marketing Manager 937-371-8666 Evelyn Yaus evelyn@radioink.com Account Executive 561-255-9652 STABILITY Kevin Weatherly CBS Radio SVP/Programming Chris Marden chris@radioink.comRI_p01_Cover_12-6_RI_p. 11/23/10 1:53 PM Page 1 R A D I O ’ S P R E M I E R M A N A G E M E N T & M A R K E T I N G M A G A Z I N E SM Vol. XXV, No. 23 December 6, 2010 PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY WWW.RADIOINK.COM The Queen Of Arianna Digital Huffington’s Digital Empire Radio Ink • 1901 S. Congress Ave., Suite 118 • Boynton Beach, FL 33426 • www.radioink.com Revised 1/1/12