JPR Entertainment News

Jeremy Robinson Adds Afternoons At KABW/Abilene, TX

JPR ENTERTAINMENT's JEREMY ROBINSON tells ALL ACCESS that he will add afternoon drive duties at COMMUNITY BROADCAST PARTNERS Country KABW (95-ONE THE WOLF)/ABILENE, TX effective MONDAY, JULY 31st. ROBINSON will continue to handle morning co-host responsibilities at LKCM Country KFWR (95.9 THE RANCH)/FORT WORTH (NET NEWS 6/29).


"'THE JEREMY SHOW' will be added for the ride home on KABW," ROBINSON said. "JPR ENTERTAINMENT is growing, and we are always excited to hear from stations who want us to join their family! If you want a BIG talent with local focus, give us a call!" Reach ROBINSON here.

Jeremy Robinson Assists CBS-TV's 'Big Brother' Contestant Elena Davies

Big Brother, Jeremy Robinson, Elena Davies


CBS-TV’s “Big Brother” Season 19 premiered yesterday (6/28), and JPR Entertainment’s Jeremy Robinson (l) was able to join in on the fun during contestant Kidd Kraddick Morning Show co-host Elena Davies’ (r) introduction segment. Robinson enjoyed treating listeners to behind-the-scenes details of the production.

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Jeremy Robinson Adds Morning Co-Host Duties At KFWR/Fort Worth

JPR ENTERTAINMENT's JEREMY ROBINSON tells ALL ACCESS that he has been named LKCM Country KFWR (95.9 THE RANCH)/FORT WORTH morning co-host. ROBINSON will partner with JUSTIN FRAZELL, who has handled morning on THE RANCH since 2009 (NET NEWS 3/12/09).

The pair originally teamed at CUMULUS Country KPLX/DALLAS.


"JUSTIN is one of the most talented people I have ever had the privilege of working with, and I am excited to work closely with him every morning to create an experience RANCH fans will want to be a part of," said ROBINSON.


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Jeremy Robinson Moves To Afternoons At KXBL/Tulsa

JPR ENTERTAINMENT’s JEREMY ROBINSON tells ALL ACCESS he has transitioned to afternoons at SCRIPPS Classic Country KXBL/TULSA. ROBINSON first joined the station for evenings in OCTOBER (NET NEWS 10/17). He launced JPR last MAY (NET NEWS 5/18/16) and previously hosted TOWNSQUARE MEDIA's "TASTE OF COUNTRY NIGHTS," the "JEREMY SHOW" for CITADEL MEDIA NETWORKS, and had stops at CUMULUS Country combo KSCS and KPLX/DALLAS.

"After six months of hosting nights for KXBL in TULSA, they move[d] me to afternoon drive," said ROBINSON. "I am very proud to be a part of this great station under the direction of STEVE HUNTER and GREG MOZINGO." Congratulate ROBINSON here.

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10 Questions with ... Jeremy Robinson

Please outline your radio career so far:
KBEC-A (1390) Weekends - 1997-2013
KPLX ( 99.5 THE WOLF) NiteWolf Host - 1997-2005
KTYS (96.7) - Midday and Night Host - 2005-2007
KSCS (96.3) - Midday and Night Host - 2007-2009
ABC Radio Network - Syndicated in over 130 markets - 2009-2011
“Taste Of Country Nights” - Creator And Syndicated Host - 2011-2013
JPR Entertainment - 2013-Current

Some of our contracts include
WLKI (100.3) - Morning Host - (Current)
KBXL (99.5) - Night Host - (Current)
KZUH (92.7) - Midday Host - (Current)
WQLV (98.9) - Afternoon Host - (Current)
KZRS (107.9) - Overnight Host - (Current)
WBET (99.3) - Overnight Host - (Current)

1. What Got You Interested In Radio?
Our local radio celebrity lived two doors down from my grandparents! I can't tell you how many hours I sat in the front yard staring at the home that housed such a cool man that got to speak to people on the radio. I never imagined after a brief tour my grandfather set up for me with him would turn into this 20 year love affair I have with this business and the home I spent so many hours looking at is now my own.

2. Who do you consider your radio mentors?
People who work hard, don’t play games, keep their eye on the ball and a manager that doesn't allow the "tail to wag the dog"

3. Please tell us how you found this niche to become a Network On-Air personality and launch JRP Entertainment?
I love radio and love providing a PD and station with something unique and exciting. I have been blessed to be in market #5 my entire career and serve over 200 affiliates in my time of being a syndicated radio host. I wanted to provide a station with the option of having a host with tons of experience and a proven track record of success without having to have a contract or big salary.

4. You work in many formats from Hot AC to Country. How do you customize your show for the various formats and stations that you work for?
This is very important to me. It is literally no different than me being down the hall from you. The system we have in place at JPR Entertainment allows us to use your automation system as if I was sitting in your studio. It's your music, spots, beds, weather, local content and anything you expect your jock to be talking about is what I deliver. Technology has made it possible for me to work hard for more than one station at a time.

5. What do you view as the most important issue facing radio today?
It is very interesting to see these companies feel they can put little into their product, their people or their brand yet expect to yield maximum results. That doesn't happen in the real world and it's not working in radio.

6. How are you using social media to market your show?
I use it daily! This is just another way to get closer to our audience and use this technology to push them to different limbs of our brand. It's about building relationships and super serving your audience in a way your competition can't. If you don't care about them … they won't care about you. Connect, listen and deliver!

7. What is the most rewarding promotion or activity your company has ever been involved with to benefit the community or a charity?
I am very big on being a part of any station I provide either a live or voice tracked show. The Jeremy Show is on in the morning live on 100.3 WLKI, and every year the station hosts a "pie" auction to benefit local children with little during the holiday season. They flew me in and we raised over 50,000 dollars in just a few short hours. I just love to see a community come together for the greater good of its people and watch the power of radio and community up-close!

8. What was the biggest gaffe you’ve made on air?
The station I was working for at the time was doing a “Big Ticket Blitz Weekend” and I unfortunately I said, “it’s a big T__.Weekend”. I must have looked like Casper the ghost for about a week.

9. Next month you celebrate 20 years in this crazy business … what advice would you give people just getting started?
Listen to your gut, don't forget to smile along the way and work harder than anyone else you have ever met!

10. What is the one truth that has held constant in your career?
Anything worthwhile takes effort, persistence and drive. If you are waiting on anyone else to help you advance in this career you are wasting valuable time.

Jeremy Robinson Adds Nights For KXBL/Tulsa

JPR ENTERTAINMENT’s JEREMY ROBINSON tells ALL ACCESS he has added evenings at SCRIPPS Classic Country KXBL/TULSA to his portfolio. He also handles some weekend and part-time shifts for LKCM Country KFWR/FORT WORTH, plus mornings at SWICK BROADCASTING AC WLKI (100.3)/ANGOLA, IN.
ROBINSON launched JPR in MAY (NET NEWS 5/18). Previously, he hosted TOWNSQUARE MEDIA’s “TASTE OF COUNTRY NIGHTS,” the “JEREMY SHOW” for CITADEL MEDIA NETWORKS, and had stops at CUMULUS Country combo KSCS and KPLX/DALLAS. See more information on JPR here, or contact ROBINSON here.

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JPR Entertainment Welcomes New Affiliate WLKI/Angola, IN

JPR ENTERTAINMENT welcomes SWICK BROADCASTING AC WLKI (100.3)/ANGOLA, IN as their newest affiliate.

"THE JEREMY SHOW IN THE MORNING" LIVE will air on WLKI from 6-10a from the JPR studios in DALLAS.

JPR ENTERTAINMENTS adds WLKI to their roster of clients that also includes KAMX/AUSTIN, LOCAL RADIO NETWORKS and KFWR (95.9 THE RANCH)/DALLAS. 

JPR Entertainment's Jeremy Robinson Expands Voiceover Work

Since its public launch in MAY, JEREMY ROBINSON's JPR ENTERTAINMENT has been busy servicing a number of clients. ROBINSON is a veteran voiceover talent who has worked on several "Bob The Builder" and "Thomas & Friends" DVD projects for LIONSGATE, as well as a number of PBS KIDS commercials.



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Jeremy Robinson Launches JPR Entertainment

Industry vet JEREMY ROBINSON has launched JPR ENTERTAINMENT, LLC offering radio stations a choice of a live and local show hosted in real time or a local voice tracked show with content and local information important to the individual station and its listeners. ROBINSON's NORTH DALLAS studios are equipped with WIDE ORBIT, VOX PRO, MUSIC MASTER, and more. "Everything we need to provide PDs and stations a daypart of their choice as if we were down the hall from them," ROBINSON told ALL ACCESS.

ROBINSON previously hosted TOWNSQUARE MEDIA syndicated "TASTE OF COUNTRY NIGHTS" (NET NEWS 1/2/2014), then-CITADEL MEDIA NETWORKS syndicated "THE JEREMY SHOW" (NET NEWS 2/16/2010), and has made previous stops at then-CITADEL Country KSCS/DALLAS.


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