The Tampa Bay times asks what happened to Bubba the Love Sponge? KOP looks back at this rollercoaster career… from Tampa Bay’s top CHR night time rebel to being anointed by Howard Stern to carry the torch for the next generation of shock jocks.
KOP explains how this has happened to a lot of veteran radio talent and how some are given multiple chances, regardless of all their transgressions. They are too many other radio jocks that could make way for someone like BTLS.
Plus, a review of Mid90s, a new survey on Rated R movies and the 2018 Salaries of TV’s Top Stars are Revealed.
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KOP explains the history, importance, and relevance of the Billboard Hot 100 since the beginning of the rock era and how it was integral to radio’s success at one time.
KOP compares how new music is treated by radio today by simply looking at how bad the American Top 40 chart has swayed away from what people listen to today in reality via digital streaming instead of the radio.
Plus, KOP talks about how much tv is out there to consume each week, as in way too much.
KOP welcomes Master Composer Robert Miller, plus we look at the real factors that have led to a Slow Death of Corporate Radio.
KOP speaks with Robert Miller, a master composer with over 25 years experience in film, TV, and the concert hall. He provided the soundtrack for the recently Oscar-nominated documentary short, Knife Skills. Robert’s work has garnered him seven CLIO awards, two AICP awards, and two collective Emmys. Most recently, Robert’s music appeared on ESPN’s award-winning “30 for 30” documentary series and in the American Museum of Natural History’s planetarium show narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Plus, a review of Ready Player One and a preview of Chappaquidick.