GET's CEO Dain Schult, Announces More Refinement of "Saturday Night at the Radio" Content
GET CEO, Dain L. Schult, remarked, "With Radioactivity and Influentia both in the fold and providing research and creative input, the way our Saturday night programming will develop has been becoming much clearer.
"There are two show elements – Hip Room and Hit the Beach which will eventually blossom into long form programming as full formats while The Dixie Flyer Radio Hour and South of the Board, Saturday Night that were designed to be short form weekend programming only, from the outset, and will remain that way.
"They will all start as one-hour short form programs for use on GET's own stations (Terrestrial and Internet) as well as being made available for syndication via it's Miracle Wonderland Radio Company subdivision.
"This quartet of programs are designed to appeal to Baby Boomers. The Company is sensitive to the fact there is this great divide between Baby Boomers/Gen X and Millennials/
"Hip Room and Hit the Beach will be utilized in both Terrestrial and Internet Radio station environments. By letting them both evolve from short form to long form programming, more time and care can be given to them to refine them for full-time format status.
"We feel like this will be a good blend by the various musical genres all four of these shows will cover every week. Nobody can cover everybody anymore thanks to niche programming. That said, that doesn't mean we can't possible cross over on several levels to attract larger audiences for all four of these shows.
"GET will be able to cover Bluegrass and Retro Country with The Dixie Flyer Radio Hour; Country Swing and Tejano with South of the Border Saturday Night; Horn Band Funk and Soul with Hip Room; and East Coast Beach Music – Myrtle Beach style with Hit the Beach.
For more information about the refinement efforts with Saturday Night at the Radio, you can contact Dain Schult, GET's Chief Executive Officer.
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