Wednesday, December 12, 2007

BizRadio's Moving

The cat is out of the bag.
The BizRadio Network will soon transition from a renter to an owner of Radio real estate.

For the past 34-months, we’ve been leasing time from Multicultural Broadcasting Inc.’s KXYZ in Houston. It’s been a mutually profitable relationship, as we have provided their properties in Houston and Dallas with quality programming, and they’ve given us a stage from which to establish our brand in those markets.

It’s time to make the next move…
On February 1, our Houston affiliate will have a change of address on the Radio dial…moving to the left from 1320 to 1110, KTEK-am.

BizRadio 1110am, Houston.
That's got a nice ring to it.
And that’s just the beginning.

In the Spring of 2008 we will be opening a new facility in Houston, the BizRadio Learning Center. This 12,000 square foot temple to capitalism will feature a brand new suite of broadcasting studios for our flagship station, as well as facilities in which we will feature some of the top names in the financial and economics realms.
That’s not all.

There’ll be food and drink, too.
Can’t yet say who, but we will have a restaurateur operating a high-class watering hole within the BizRadio Learning Center. I don’t know if we’ll call it the BizRadio Café or not; might have to co-brand it with whomever we partner. People are getting excited about the notion.

We’ve been working on a few of the menu items, though.
Don’t these just entice you beyond your ability to resist?

Proposed Items on The Biz Radio Café Menu:


Bernanke Beans and Rice w/Condoleeza Sauce

Mike Norman Nachos

Wednesday’s free Warren Buffet

Special “Brent Crude” coffee (all black w/Red Bull)
No large or small beverages: they’re either “long” or “short”

Feel free to post other Menu item suggestions here. Remember, there are no bad ideas, just some with better taste than others.

You’re going to be hearing more and more about this facility, and I will be sharing with you our progress in the coming weeks…like photos of the Learning Center and our new station as it evolves.

In fact here’s something else to whet your appetite!

See you in the morning on the Radio.

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