Jazz Network

with Greg Bridges, Lee Thomas, Neil Tesser, Dave Schwan, John Hill, and Dee Alexander

L-R: John Hill, Neil Tesser, Dee Alexander, Dave Schwan

The WFMT Radio Network and the Jazz Network are pleased to announce that we’ve brought the Jazz Network home to Chicago!

Current hosts Neil Tesser and Dave Schwan are joined by Jazz vocalist and educator Dee Alexander and longtime radio host John Hill. We’re excited to have their voices and talents on the Jazz Network!

Neil Tesser and Dave Schwan’s hours are currently being broadcast around the country. On June 13th , we will release a new schedule to include hosts Dee Alexander and John Hill. As of that date, former hosts Greg Bridges and Lee Thomas will no longer be heard on the Jazz Network.

The hours are produced here in Chicago at our studios, and we are delighted to be able to offer custom promos, biographies, photos, and other supplemental materials to help make the Jazz Network a robust and healthy cornerstone of your schedule!

Following the enormous success of the Beethoven Network classical music format service and in response to radio station requests for low-cost, high-quality hosted jazz hours, the WFMT Radio Network created the Jazz Network, now 9 hours each day of fantastic mainstream Jazz programming.

Jazz Network debuted in April 1997 with a strong and rapidly growing base of affiliates. The qualities and features that have worked so well with Bach, Mozart and Beethoven now apply to Evans, Coltrane and Parker through the Jazz Network.

Designed for you and your listeners, all Jazz Network hours can be fully customized as your local program product. The service includes flexible hourly modules, with optional internal covered breaks which allow for news, IDs, local promotion, funding credits or commercials, and customized continuity with a local sound which will have your listeners convinced that the hosts are sitting right in your studio!

 

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Category: Hourly Services
Duration: Modular / 59:40
Frequency: Daily

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