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Voice in the Car Part 2 with John Foster of Aiqudo, Rachel Battish of Audioburst, and Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media - Voicebot Podcast Ep 93 Voice interaction is becoming a common feature in cars but it is about more than just controlling temperature settings and navigation. Three innovators join Voicebot Podcast this week to share how they expect voice interaction in the car to evolve. John Foster, CEO of Aiqudo, discusses how tasks can be executed by using voice to activate one or more mobile apps while driving. Aiqudo's view is that all of the things you want to do are already reflected on the smartphone and the key is to make all of that accessible hands free while driving. Rachel Battish, vice president of product at Audioburst, outlined how her company is indexing audio content and making it accessible in short "bursts" that can be delivered in a series or in response to a query. Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media discusses how radio and other audio content can maintain their historical role entertaining drivers as we transition from preset buttons to voice requests. The interviews were conducted onsite at Voice of the Car Summit.
Fred Jacobs: 35 Years of Jacobs Media Fred Jacobs was a guest on Episode 53 in a preview to the Broadcasters Meet Podcasters sessions at Podcast Movement in 2017. I have always wanted to do an episode where we looked back at the evolution of his company and a tweet on the 35th anniversary of the company's creation reminded me that it's a good time to have that chat. We cover the creation of classic rock, his transition from the WRIF in Detroit to Jacobs Media, and his relationship to Buffalo where had a great success, a small failure, and a life long September 11th memory. We also talked a bunch about the discipline in writing a daily blog, the age of acceleration, the importance of non-radio conferences like the CES and Podcast Movement and the importance of networking, meeting people and attending cocktail parties. Resources: Subscribe the the Jacobs Media Blog - you won't regret it. The CES Webinar which was highly talked about at The ConclaveFred mentioned the name of Kashmir Birk whom he sat with on a panel, you can connect with his LinkedIn page here. Finally, please support the podcast - everything helps. And visit our sponsor Promosuite. http://www.promosuite.com/soundoff
S2 E8: Fred Jacobs (President and Founder of Jacobs Media) Season Finale Our very special guest is Fred Jacobs, President and Founder of Jacobs Media. Fred was the first radio consultant ever to be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. As one of radio's premiere consultants, Fred has helped radio stations and air talent in markets large and small get to the top of their game. We learn many things about Fred Jacobs during this episode, including what inspired his inventions of the "Classic Rock" and "The Edge" radio formats. As much as he loves charts and graphs, Fred was also a radio program director. He rewinds those stories from his days at Detroit Rock Radio’s WRIF, what he thought of the arrival of MTV, and where he was the night John Lennon was killed. Plus we find out his favorite "go-to" artist of all time.Contact Fred at JacobsMedia. You can download or stream every episode of AIRCHECK from Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. You can also ask your Smart Speaker to “Play Aircheck Podcast”. If you're a radio vet with a story to tell we want to hear from you.Email us at Aircheckme@gmail.com Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/aircheckmeTell us what you think and your favorite episode!
Ep.23 Fred Jacobs ABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST:Fred Jacobs is the Founder and President of Jacobs Media Strategies, providing research, consulting, and strategic guidance to radio broadcasters, television networks, digital media, and podcasters. One of radio’s leading visionaries, Jacobs became the first radio consultant to be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2018. ABOUT THE PODCAST:Chachi Loves Everybody is brought to you by Benztown and hosted by the President of Benztown, Dave “Chachi” Denes. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the myths and legends of the radio industry.  PEOPLE MENTIONED:Lori LewisVin ScullyErnie HarwellPaul JacobsBill JacobsTom BenderSheila RushlowRick SklarFrank MagidJohn GuerinLarry BergerTommy HadgesJohn LennonMarty GreenbergJimmy “J.J.” JohnsonKen CalvertArthur PenhallowKaren SavellySteve KostanCarl CoffeyHalstonEwan McGregorEd ChristianR Dub!Steve GoldsteinSteve SeidmanTim DavisJoel DenverScott JamesonJustin ChasePeter SmythBuzz Knight ABOUT BENZTOWN:Benztown is a leading international radio imaging, production library, programming, podcasts, jingles, and voiceover services company with over 3,000 affiliations on six different continents. In 2017, Benztown was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 by Inc. magazine for the fifth consecutive year as one of America’s Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies. With studios in Los Angeles, New York, and Stuttgart, Benztown offers the highest quality audio imaging workparts for 23 libraries across 14 music and spoken word formats including AC, Hot AC, CHR, Country, Urban, Rhythmic, Classic Hits, Rock, News/Talk, Sports, and JACK. Benztown provides custom VO and imaging across all formats, including commercial VO and copywriting in partnership with Yamanair Creative. Benztown Radio Networks produces, markets and distributes high-quality programming and services to radio stations around the world, including: The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 Countdown, The Daily Dees Show, The Todd-N-Tyler Radio Empire, Hot Mix, Sunday Night Slow Jams with R Dub!, Audio Architecture, Incentive Sales Rewards, BMG Production Music, Top 10 Now and Then, Tough Love With Siri, Ask Alexa and Flashback.Web: benztown.com
Ep. 10 Reed Mathis (Billy and the Kids, Tea Leaf Green, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey and more) Rob talks with bass virtuoso Reed Mathis about growing up in a non-Grateful Dead environment and catching on to it later in life.  He talks about learning the music as he begins to play with members of the Dead and extended family and how its spirit has influenced him in all facets of his musicianshipWe pay tribute to Elizabeth Cotten  in the Black Music Moment, finish our talk about the Wall of Sound in the Sarno Music Solutions Breakdown, and talk with Joni Bottari of the all female band Brown Eyed Women Support the podcast via Patreon or a one time contribution at PaypalSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/themusicplays)https://paypal.me/themusicplaysGrateful SweatsSubtle and Unique Dead Inspired GearSarno Music SolutionsProducing the finest musical instrument audio gear, designed and hand-built in St. Louis, MissouriBlue Jade Audio MasteringSt louis’s primary audio mastering service since 1999The Authenticity AcademyGet in touch with your authentic self. Offering you online courses and private coaching.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/themusicplays)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/themusicplays)
Fred Jacobs' Tech Survey: Radio In The Year Of Covid Tech Survey has been an annual study by Jacobs Media since 2005. But 2021 will be one for the ages. Completed during a pandemic, Tech Survey 2021 tells the radio story of what happened to our radio listeners when Work from home, Zoom, masks, no travel, and a politically charged internet took hold. Originally, this was going to be a discussion about radio one year into the pandemic but how much better is that discussion with data?In this episode, you'll learn how P1 radio listeners' habits changed in the pandemic, what in car listening looks like, and how the Consumer Electronic Show transpired online.Please take the moment to register for the Tech Survey Webinar coming up on Thursday May 6. It is FREE. We also talked about the challenges of writing a daily blog in the pandemic, and feel free to register for the daily blog when you register for the webinar.There's also a lot more to check out on the episode page!Thanks also to the people who make this show possible every week including:PromosuiteJustin Dove at Core Image StudiosMegatrax
Reed Mathis (Billy and the Kids, Tea Leaf Green, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey and more) Rob talks with bass virtuoso Reed Mathis about growing up in a non-Grateful Dead environment and catching on to it later in life.  He talks about learning the music as he begins to play with members of the Dead and extended family and how its spirit has influenced him in all facets of his musicianshipWe pay tribute to Elizabeth Cotten  in the Black Music Moment, finish our talk about the Wall of Sound in the Sarno Music Solutions Breakdown, and talk with Joni Bottari of the all female band Brown Eyed Women Support the podcast via Patreon or a one time contribution at PaypalSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/themusicplays)https://paypal.me/themusicplaysGrateful SweatsSubtle and Unique Dead Inspired GearSarno Music SolutionsProducing the finest musical instrument audio gear, designed and hand-built in St. Louis, MissouriBlue Jade Audio MasteringSt louis’s primary audio mastering service since 1999The Authenticity AcademyGet in touch with your authentic self. Offering you online courses and private coaching.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/themusicplays)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/themusicplays)
UCFO - Fred Jacobs Michael Harrison talks with radio consultant and Classic Rock format inventor Fred Jacobs about old music and new technology. Recorded in Paris at Radiodays Europe.
Fun With Dick and Jane With Fred Jacobs Jane has her radio mentor, dear friend and radio visionary back on the show, Dick Kernen. Dick, a Detroit radio legend has spent his career empowering others to achieve and realize their dreams. He has been in the broadcast industry for over 60 years. There's no better time than now to celebrate Dick's phenomenal career and the influence he has had shaping generations of broadcasters across the country. To do this Jane is inviting some of the radio industries most illustrious broadcasting professionals on her show to share their favorite Dick Kernen stories.
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