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Size NC33312 we stayed at and training classes punishment michael he had been struggling with paralysis because of a stroke 1996, and had battled diabetes most of his life, his death came suddenly, and was unexpected. He developed severe pneumonia which resulted heart failure just hours after he was admitted into the hospital, wrote his KPWR, 1995. was part of the evening Ruffnex Show with Mr. Chocolate. He left radio and is working for a record company. He has various projects, including a contestant on KCBS fm, 2001. spent 11 days as the morning show at 93. His KZOK-Seattle morning job came to abrupt end early October 2010. He went on to mornings at KJR fm Seattle. He plans to retire from radio 2014., KELT KLIT, 2001. worked morning drive at KELT KLIT-Riverside. was the pd at KIIS fm from 1986. He went on to serve executive positions with Radio, AM FM Chancellor Media Evergreen Media, Pyramid Broadcasting and others. Rivers died of cardiac arrest on 6. He was 58. stepped away from radio 2007 when he suffered the first of multiple strokes. 2008, FMQB honored Rivers as its Top Radio Executive at its 40th Anniversary Event. started as a jock 1972 at KCBQ-San He arrived at KIIS from KMEL-San and programmed the station until 1989. His programming assignments started 1974 at WZGC-Atlanta. He was a jock at WCJX -Miami where he met his mentor followed by WRBQ-Tampa St. Petersburg, KOPA-Phoenix, WAPE-Jacksonville and KNDE KROY-Sacramento. During 's watch at KIIS, some of his unusual programming innovations included the fm's zero-talk hours and the AM's Dance-Mix format. He also conceived the KIIS fm Cruiser, a $250 mobile broadcast studio. left 1989 for WZOU -Boston where addition to programming he could do outside consulting. 1990 he was named Billboard magazine Program Director of the Year. 's wife Matthews was pd of Transtar's Niche 29. 1991, left WZOU and crossed town to rival WXKS where he became vp of programming. late 1994, he was promoted to the newly created post of chief programming officer for parent Pyramid Communications and went on to be chief program officer of Chancellor Media, later AMFM, Inc. based Seattle. a two-part 1995 Q A session R&R, was asked his strongest and weakest attributes and he responded, Being persistent and not giving up on a win and probably spending too hours at it. the same article he discussed his programming principles: First you've got to play the hits. The hits form the center of the radio station. The music has to be familiar, strong and show some passion. We also have to remember what business we're We're radio, but reality, we're entertainers., KIQQ, 1975 and 1977. Born Loughridge, he worked at KIMN- between his two stints at K-100. When he left L.A. radio he joined KYA-San followed by pd slot Anchorage, and then to Toronto radio, including CHUM. He made a signficant contribution to Top 40 radio. Big died November 20, after a short battle with cancer. He was 57. was born Newberry, Michigan, on 22. who stood 6 foot 8 inches, started his radio career 1966 at WNBY-Newberry, Michigan. After a series of smaller markets, 1969 he got to WKNR-Detroit and two years later was on CKLW-Detroit. He also worked for CHUM-Toronto, and KFRC and KYA-San At KYA he was known as Rivers Rivers the Morning. During the 1980s he worked Canada at CHUM, KFTR, CHOG and CJEZ. Wilmington, North then worked Huntsville, Alabama. She joined News 13 2007, making the switch to radio and WDBO 2011. While at Fox News, said it could be decades before they're on par with men on corporate boards. We're all about girl power. But when it comes to the board room, the number of ladies sitting at the table just isn't adding up. Right now, just over 15 percent of all director seats at publicly traded U.S. companies are held by women. That's according to a new study by corporate research firm, Equilar. They say boards won't be evenly split between women and men until 2055. That's nearly 40 years! Experts say one reason is there just aren't enough women working the technology sector or the utility industry. But that's changing and investors are now noticing. Companies with at least one female director tend to have higher stock returns and better corporate performance than those with all-male boards., KLON KKJZ, 1990. hosts Jazz on the Latin Side at K-Jazz. t UC that he developed his passion for jazz. the late 70's, was the founder of Radio Chicano, a student and community broadcasting organization based on the campus at KCSB, where he served as program director for two years. His Sunday night show