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Premiere Networks

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Premiere Networks, Inc.
Formerly
Premiere Radio Networks
Subsidiary
IndustryRadio broadcasting
Advertising
Founded1987
Headquarters,
Key people
Julie Talbott
(President)
ParentiHeartMedia
Websitepremierenetworks.com

Premiere Networks (formerly Premiere Radio Networks, or PRN) is an American radio network. It is the largest syndication company in the United States. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of iHeartMedia and is headed by Julie Talbott, who serves as president.

Premiere Networks syndicates more than 90 radio programs and services to more than 5,500 radio affiliations and reaches 245 million listeners monthly. Premiere offers talk, entertainment and sports programming featuring the following personalities: Rush Limbaugh, Ryan Seacrest, Glenn Beck, Delilah, Steve Harvey, Big Boy, Dave Koz, George Noory, John Boy and Billy, Sean Hannity, Elvis Duran, Dan Patrick, Nikki Sixx, Bill Cunningham, Kane, Mario Lopez, Sean "Hollywood" Hamilton, Bobby Bones, Cody Alan, Johnjay & Rich, Jay Mohr, Pete Tong, Leo Laporte and others. Premiere is based in Sherman Oaks, California, with 13 offices nationwide.

Many of Premiere's programs are also available on iHeartRadio and iHeartRadio.com.

History

Premiere was founded in 1987 with an investment of $30,000. Founders included Steve Lehman, Tim Kelly, Louise Palanker and Ed Mann. The network produced 3 programs with approximately 250 affiliates. In 1992, Premiere entered the agreement with Mediabase, and later acquired the said company in 1994.

In 1997, Jacor Communications acquired both Premiere and EFM Media (producer of the talk program The Rush Limbaugh Show), and in turn, Clear Channel Communications ultimately bought Jacor. Following the merger with AMFM Inc. in 2000, its syndication arm, AMFM Radio Networks, and its radio shows, were folded into Premiere's operations.

Premiere entered a long-term agreement with Fox Sports to launch Fox Sports Radio, with Premiere handles distribution of the network to radio affiliates.

Distribution

Premiere Networks' programs are currently distributed over satellite, NexGen Digital WANcasting, and downloadable via FTP. The FTP server serves both primary and backup delivery needs for weekly pre-recorded content. For years, Premiere used the popular Starguide Digital III satellite system to distribute their programs but has fully converted over to X-Digital Systems for satellite delivery.

Premiere's entertainment programs are distributed on a mixture of fee and barter-based deals.

Program schedule

All times are Eastern. Programs are organized alphabetically by franchise and display their date and time if they're available for online download, and additional information.

Title Day Time Download Sirius/XM Notes
Entertainment Programs
American Top 40 (CHR) with Ryan Seacrest Weekends FTP/download No Yes Part of the American Top 40 franchise
American Top 40 (Hot AC) with Ryan Seacrest
Casey Kasem's American Top 40: The 80s N/A FTP/download No Yes Part of the American Top 40 franchise, reruns of AT40 episodes from the 1980s
Casey Kasem's American Top 40: The 70s Yes Part of the American Top 40 franchise, reruns of AT40 episodes from the 1970s
Big Boy's Neighborhood Weekdays 6A-10A No No
The Big Show with John Boy and Billy (Rock) Mon-Sat Live on weekdays. Saturday show is a best-of compilation. Owned by FOX News Radio.
The Big Show with John Boy and Billy (Country)
The Bobby Bones Show Weekdays 6A-11A No No
Club Kane Early Edition Sundays 7P-10P No Yes
Club Kane Late Edition 10P-midnight
Crook & Chase Countdown Weekends FTP/download No No Produced by Jim Owens Entertainment.
The Dave Koz Radio Show Weekdays 3P-7P No Yes Part of the Smooth Jazz Network
Weekends FTP/download No Yes Part of the Smooth Jazz Network
Delilah Everyday 7P-12M No Yes
Delilah Gold-based AC
Elvis Duran and the Morning Show Weekdays 6A-10A No Yes Produced by The Elvis Duran Group.
Elvis Duran and the Pre-Morning Show Weekdays 5A-6A Produced by The Elvis Duran Group. For air the following early morning.
Elvis Duran Weekend Fridays 8A-noon Produced by The Elvis Duran Group. For air Saturday or Sunday mornings.
iHeartRadio Countdown (CHR) with JoJo Wright Weekends FTP/download No No Airs between 6AM and 12 noon local time.
iHeartRadio Countdown (Hot AC) with Mario Lopez Weekends FTP/download No No Airs between 6AM and 12 noon local time.
The Keith Sweat Hotel Sun-Fri. 7P-midnight No No Known as "The Quiet Storm" in some markets.
Most Requested Live with Romeo Early Edition Saturdays 7P-10P No No Produced by Superadio Network.
Most Requested Live with Romeo Late Edition 10P-midnight
On Air with Ryan Seacrest Weekdays FTP/download Yes Yes For air between 10 AM and 7 PM local time.
On the Move with Enrique Santos Saturdays 10A-2P No No For air between 10 AM and 7 PM local time.
ON with Mario Lopez Weekdays FTP/download No No For air between 3 PM and midnight local time.
Remix Top 30 with Sean "Hollywood" Hamilton Weekends For air weekends
The Breakfast Club Weekdays 6A-10A
Smooth Jazz Top 20 with Allen Kepler Weekends FTP/download No Yes Part of the Smooth Jazz Network
The Steve Harvey Morning Show Weekdays 6A-10A No
Weekend Top 30 (CHR version) with Sean "Hollywood" Hamilton Weekends For air Saturday or Sunday.
Weekend Top 30 with Pup Dawg (Rhythmic version)
The Woody Show Weekdays 3A-7A No No
Talk Programs
At Home with Gary Sullivan Weekends 9A-noon Yes No
The Buck Sexton Show Weekdays 6P-9P ET Yes No Successor to Premiere's America Now franchise.
Coast to Coast AM with George Noory Tues-Sat 1A-6A Yes
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Yes Time listed is official time scheduled by Premiere. Hours one thru four are the live show. Hour five is a re-feed of hour one with different advertising breaks.
Coast to Coast AM Saturdays Sunday 1A-5A Yes Hosting duties rotate between Connie Willis, Lisa Garr, Ian Punnett, Richard Syrett, or Jimmy Church.
Coast to Coast AM Sundays Monday 1A-5A Yes Hosting duties rotate between George Noory (first Sunday), George Knapp (third and fourth Sunday), and selected guest hosts (second and fifth Sunday).
Somewhere in Time with Art Bell Saturday 9P-1A No Encore presentations of Coast to Coast AM shows hosted by Art Bell dating back to 1996.
Coast to Coast AM Best of George Noory Sunday 9P-1A No Select segments from previous week's Coast to Coast AM with George Noory.
The Glenn Beck Radio Program Weekdays 9A-noon Yes
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Yes Produced by Mercury Radio Arts.
The Glenn Beck Weekend Fridays 1P-4P Produced by Mercury Radio Arts. For air weekends.
Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis Weeknights 10P-1A Yes No Produced by Alpha Broadcasting.
Handel on the Law Saturdays 9A-noon Yes No This show is taped and edited for national distribution, so that it can maintain a locality for its flagship KFI. The time mentioned is the first live feed of the latest program, and is also the time where listeners can call in.
The Jesus Christ Show Sundays 9A-noon Yes No
Keep Hope Alive with Jesse Jackson Sundays 8A-10A No No
Leo Laporte, The Tech Guy Weekends 2P-5P Yes No Produced and simulcast live on TWiT.tv.
Live on Sunday Night, it's Bill Cunningham Sunday 10P-1A Yes No Produced by DirecTV. Premiere handles sales and distribution.
The Rush Limbaugh Show Weekdays noon-3P Yes
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No
The Rush Limbaugh Week in Review Fridays 1P-4P For air weekends.
The Sean Hannity Show Weekdays 3P-6P No Yes Premiere Radio handles distribution and sales only.
The Sean Hannity Weekend Friday 4P-7P For air weekends after midnight Saturday local time.
The Weekend with Joe Pags Saturday noon-3P No No
The Rush Limbaugh Morning Update Weekdays 10:00:30 PM No No
The Sean Hannity Morning Minute Weekdays 10:03:30 PM No No
Direct From Hollywood with Ryan Seacrest Weekdays 3:01:00 AM No No For morning drive.
4:01:00 AM No No For afternoon drive.
The Dr. Dean Medical Minute with Dean Edell Weekdays 4:01:20 PM No No For morning drive.
4:03:35 PM No No Optional second featurette for afternoon drive. Does not contain network spots.
Dan Patrick's Above the Noise Weekdays 10:01:30 AM No No
Fox News and Commentary with Todd Starnes Weekdays 6:15 AM No Yes Three different commentaries air per day.
10:15 AM
3:15 PM
2:01:00 PM No Yes For afternoon drive.
Fox Sports Radio Programs
Outkick The Coverage with Clay Travis Weekdays 6A-9A Yes Yes
Saturday 4P-7P
The Dan Patrick Show Weekdays 9A-noon Yes Yes DIRECTV Sports Group owns and produces the show while Premiere handles distribution and sales.
The Herd with Colin Cowherd Weekdays noon-3P Yes
The Doug Gottlieb Show Weekdays 3P-6P Yes Yes
Straight Outta Vegas with R.J. Bell Weekdays 6P-7P Yes Yes
The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker Weekdays 7P-10P Yes Yes
The Jason Smith Show Weekdays 10P-2A Yes Yes
Ben Maller Weekdays 2A-6A Yes Yes
Fox NFL Sunday with Terry Bradshaw, Jimmy Johnson, Howie Long, Curt Menefee, and Michael Strahan Sunday noon-1P No Yes Television audio simulcast from FOX. Premiere Radio Networks distributes the show to radio. The program only broadcasts from September through February.
Big Ten Football and Beyond with Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, and Chris Martin Thursday 6P-7P No No This program is only broadcasts from September through April. It is fed separate from the main network, and intended for playback on weekends.
PAC-12 Crackback with Petros Papdakis & Steve Physioc Wednesday 6P-7P No No This program is only broadcasts from September through April. It is fed separate from the main network, and intended for playback on weekends.
The Mike North Show Saturday 9A-noon No Yes
Sunday 10P-1A
Fox Gametime with Anthony Gargano & Lincoln Kennedy Saturday noon-4P No Yes
Race Day on Fox with Rob D’Amico Sunday 7A-9A No Yes
NFL Central with Mike North Sunday 9A-10A No Yes
Fox Fantasy Football with Nate Lundy, Peter Burns and Mike Harmon Sunday 10A-noon No Yes
The Fox Blitz with Ben Maller & Tomm Looney Sunday 1P-7P No Yes
Fox Gametime React with Andy Furman & Lincoln Kennedy Sunday 7P-10P No Yes
UFC Pre-Show with Larry Pepe TBD TBD No Yes Hour long pre-show that only airs before UFC on Fox simulcasts.
UFC on Fox Live simulcast of Fox Sports' UFC fights. Airs only when scheduled.
UFC Post-Show with Larry Pepe Post-show that airs before UFC on Fox. Length of show to be determined.
Fox News Radio Programs
All content is produced by Fox News Radio and Premiere Radio handles distribution and sales only.
The Brian Kilmeade Show Weekdays 9A-noon No Yes
The Todd Starnes Show Weekdays noon-3P No Yes
The Guy Benson Show Weekdays 3P-6P No Yes

See also List of programming syndicated by iHeartMedia.

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References

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