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Senior Entertainment Reporter John Kiesewetter has been covering TV and media issues for 20 years. After joining the Cincinnati Enquirer in 1975 as a summer intern, he worked as a county government and suburban reporter; assistant city editor and suburban editor; and features editor supervising the Life section. He has a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Win Hannah Montana Tickets

See, I got your attention. And folks at WKRQ-FM figure that a chance to win free Hannah Montana tickets will get them lots of hits on and lots of listeners to WKRQ-FM (101.9, aka Q102).

Q102 will broadcast what it's calling the city's "first ever live on-air music test." (Some folks will post here to tell me if this has already been done before.) Then listeners will be directed to log onto the website, and listen to Q102 to complete the test. Everyone who completes the test will have a chance to win a pair of Hannah Montana tickets, says Patti Marshall, operations director.

Gee, it must be a ratings period... And speaking of radio ratings stunts, which station will be the first to go all Christmas music? I don't figure it to be FM 94.1 again, the old MIX, since it switched formats to Radio 94.1. Or will stations just stream Christmas music on line, as you can get now on Q102's site?


at 11/13/2007 9:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

94.1 only succesfull quarter was when they went Christmas. This new thing might work out but the Whoopi Damage is hard to fix.

Warm-98 will be the only Christmas station in the City and they will bounce back up.

at 11/14/2007 9:26 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Christmas music gimmic is so stupid. I guess it works or they wouldn't do it.

Why don't advertisers say "These ratings numbers look really good, but do you plan on playing Christmas music year-round since that's the only reason anyone listened?"?

at 11/14/2007 12:41 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Radio 94.1 is the best new station around, next to 94.9 The Cound. I write in to Mix 94.1 when they changed their format. The guy explained to me that this is what people want. Six months later I guess not.
They have a great array of music and very few commercials. Great station overall!

at 11/15/2007 8:02 PM Blogger thepowerofthree said...

WARM 98 is allready playing holiday music on Delilah.

at 1/03/2008 9:20 PM Anonymous ayshyagirl said...

It has been a dream of mine to win Hannah Montana Tickets I would love to go

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