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SDC Radio Networks Launches RadioMIXX Radio
MEMPHIS TN (IFS) – All Skepticism aside, Kenneth Howard Smith don't watch much TV, he don't listen to CD's that are not sent to me to play on my radio networks, he don't listen to the radio but he DO listen to SDC Radio Networks monitoring his eight radio stations, where he consistently makes changes and upgrades to the music.
SDC Radio Networks for such a small footprint in the internet radio market, has managed to help create one (1) Grammy Award winner in Country newcomer, Kacey Musgraves, a product of MusSubmit.com and a Television Tony Award for Bernadette Bascom.
Both of these artists have in common, the sharing of the SDC Radio Networks playlists. Also on the list included Chris Montez who scored again with his 1963 hit recording of “Let’s Dance” that exploded into a DSW Shoes commercial and RG Ingersoll’s “All Systems Go” production that ended up on CBS News Television special for Skully Helmets.
SDC Radio Networks’ snail mail delivers to them over 100 new CD’s a week from recording and singer/songwriter artists from all over the world. Another one hundred plus emails received daily includes a minimum of two new mp3s from artists worldwide.
In 1994, KDTN Radio One was launched by SDC on the Broadcast.com system. Little did Kenneth Howard Smith know at that time, he was among the very first internet radio stations. Smith continued his passion for programming unknown artists from around the world. This has been his trademark on the internet radio community for years. He loves the underdog.
But as with any venue that can expose talent, Smith’s little operation has taken on a heavier clientele. Billboard Magazine, MusicSubmit, RadioDirectX, Airplay, Musik and Film, has given the little station that did -- more choices of artists to play with direct reporting power to the trades. SDC has grown from one radio station to over eight (8) stations todate, including two (2) talk radio sites, three (3) television sites and eighteen (18) blog magazines.
SDC Radio Networks’ SDC Digital Systems has its very own Top 50 music show every December for the past five (5) years showcasing its own top pick artists for the year end show. The 2013 Top 50 artist’s champion was Amy Barbera who has won several national and international music awards. Barbera’s shows great promise and could be heading to a major label deal within the next couple of months.
What is the successful secret behind SDC OmniMedia Group? One Kenneth Howard Smith, who attended Antelope Valley College in Lancaster, California while majoring in Public Relations. Later Smith would attend San Fernando Valley College, University of California at Los Angeles, and California School of Law were he learned the art of music and publicity management. While attending his schooling, his day job was a songwriter and record producer for Motown Records, ABC Records, Claridge Records and D-Town Records.
Smith’s productions in music, film and television have include works with Lee Rogers, Merrell Fankhauser, Spirit, Harry Nilsson, Perry Bodkins, Jr., Crosby Still and Nash, and many other artists and group over the years. Smith is primarily known for his “Save The Whales” concert in Washington, D.C., on July 28, 1978, with the funds that launched “The Greenpeace Movement”. The daredevils with the boats that go after the whalers in the open seas.
With his high spirits on music, radio and indie artists, Smith’s hopes were to help get new artist exposure. One of his first groups under the Platinum Sound Productions company Papa’s Results for his MasterTrack Records company that he later leased to Atlantic Records, and with the Christian Rock band “Stryper” in 1978. Snail mail send here - SDC Radio Networks, 2380 Parkway Place, Suite 100A, Memphis, TN 38112.