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Memoirs of a Top 40 Radio Legend

December 18, 2013
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It’s been said that when you’re born with the middle name “Records,” your destiny truly has been chosen for you. John Records Landecker fulfilled HIS destiny by becoming one of the most popular and respected disc jockeys in radio history, helping shape and define Top 40 radio in its heyday. Listeners by the millions in Philadelphia, Toronto, and Chicago never missed a John Records Landecker show — waiting for the “boogie check,” for example —…

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The Ghost and Mr. Traffic

March 19, 2013
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Greg is a reclusive overnight radio traffic reporter in Washington, DC, who has spent his life in fear, avoiding anything that might shatter his tenuous grasp on what is normal. It turns out, Greg has no idea what it really means to be afraid. In the new Eric Thomas thriller “DRT (A Ghost Story)” Greg witnesses a horrifying fatal crash, a crash he believes he had a hand in causing. Greg soon begins to see…

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How to Get Your Song on the Radio

November 2, 2012
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If you’re a budding musician, you know how challenging getting radio airplay can be – it can also be expensive. But in his new book “Airplay,” longtime radio broadcast and music marketing professional Jim Raposa shares insights and strategies to help you, the budding musician, to get that airplay. Jim’s advice is frank, often humorous…but dead on the money regarding how to put the odds of success in your favor. Jim leans on his own…

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