I try to give programmers, air-personalities, musicians, and consumers a chance to read some things they might enjoy and share with friends...
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2016
Radio Talent Coach guru, All Access Columnist, Sam Weaver has a major hit within the radio universe with his RadioCoach.Biz Newsletter. His weekly eblast features Ben Fong Torres, Dolly Parton, G-Eazy, Paula Boggs, and Roberta Solomon along with radio industry, entertainment and news driven articles. This week’s Format Feature: How June Became Black History Month!
Radio industry insiders or one’s seeking to becoming insiders; are using RadioCoach.Biz as a vital yet essential “go-to” trade tip sheet for talent career coaching, radio business news and entertainment. Programmers, music directors, air-personalities and radio management subscribers have enjoyed reading about the legendary Music Journalist, Ben Fong-Torres; Country’s Million Dollar Brand, Dolly Parton; Hip-Hop Heart Throb, G-Eazy; The White House to Rock Musician, Paula Boggs; as well as one of the most sought after voice artist, http://radiocoach.biz/2820-2/ Voiceover Queen, Roberta Solomon and How June Became Black Music Month. Since the launch of the newsletter, one of the more popular features is the free Air-Check/Demo Critique, on the newly revamped Radiocoach.biz website. All Access (the leading music & radio industry trade) Urban/UAC Editor, Sam Weaver, The Radio Talent Coach had this to say, “I try to give programmers, air-personalities, musicians, and consumers a chance to read some things they might enjoy and share with friends.”
Easy to Read and Informative
The Radiocoach.biz newsletter is innovative and interactive. Simply click on any labeled image adjacent to a topic and it will take you right to the link. The RadioCoach.biz website has a new look, new content, and a link-module for radio professionals and beginners to submit air-checks/demos for a free critique from a proven authority, in the radio industry.
How To Get The Newsletter
Distribution of the Newsletter will be through subscription via email, thecoach(at)radiocoach(dot)biz, or call 1.888.680.7234.
During Weaver’s 35 years of radio, he has guided the careers of radio executives, air-personalities, and music artists. He provided them the information to succeed. His work with major recording and indie labels has also made him an authority in music consulting. Both the newsletter and website will inform readers on radio/music events, industry conferences, and insight on both industries.
ABOUT THE RADIO COACH
All Access Urban/UAC Editor Sam Weaver is also a radio talent coach and consultant, working with beginning and veteran personalities. His 35-year programming and on-air career have covered CHR, Urban, Country, Sports Talk, and Rock. Sam has worked in Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit, New Orleans, Kansas City, Dallas, Memphis, San Francisco, Greensboro, and Pittsburgh. Lists of other accomplishments include teaching in Chicago at Columbia College and hosting Westwood One's Superstars of R&B concert series. He has moderated or been a panelist at conventions for Billboard, National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), Concave, and the Canadian Music Festival.
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