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Usually, what goes out is what they think the show is. I have always had a hard time finding the right words—so, I actually asked our listeners to tell us how they would elevator pitch the show to people. Louis for so long, explain how it felt to come to the Los Angeles market via iHeart, clearly another world. I call him the dumbest smart guy that I know. If it did, we would only listen to music from local bands, watch TV shows produced locally and see movies shot in our local market. I knew as soon as I met him that I wanted him to stay on as our producer. Everything that has happened since has been like finding a French fry in your order of onion rings… an unexpected, but pleasant surprise.
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Also, we are looking forward to being a part of the big events in our local markets. It was all about the opportunity, and what would be best for my career. Qoody for so long, explain how it felt to come to the Los Angeles market via iHeart, clearly another world. Was that something you were conscious of? The Woody Show is highly interactive, socially engaging appointment radio.
I hired him after we started here in Los Angeles. He keeps the show going after the show. We, as talent and as an industry, need to work harder than ever to give them something worth listening to.
We include our listeners in every aspect of what we do. Usually, what goes out is what they think the show is. Radio was my first love. Sebas is my executive producer.
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He knows everything about every lame reality show out there. Any surprises for us inother than more new markets? Our greatest strength, beyond the natural chemistry between the players, is our ability to connect on a very personal level with our listeners.