After 5 days of hell, I'm back. What did I come back to? I came back to a FLOOD of wishes and prayers being sent my way. This was overwelming to say to least. I'm still not 100 % but every day things get better. Saying just "thank you" really can't cover the way you've all made me feel. You really are a family here weather you know it or not. I've taken every single message, wish and prayer to Heart and it's only making it stronger everyday. So from my family to the VO Universe family....THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!
When I got home from the hospital I found out that I had a bit of GOOD News waiting for me. Just thought I'd share it with the family. Here's part of a press release that went out to over 3000 Radio and Television Industry Outlets.....
Cheers and Thanks again
PORTLAND, OR. (December 8, 2008) - Borderline Network will change its name to
Capitol Broadcasting Network, Inc. ("CBN"), reorganize its operations into three
groups including a newly formed radio syndication group, and launch a new
The realignment of the company's operations will strengthen the company's
position in the radio and television industry. "Moving forward, we will be
better able to leverage our radio programming and service offerings,
particularly in the expanding Country music radio industry, and to pool our
resources to play a major role in this growing market," said Mitchell A.
Keller, Chief Executive Officer of CBN.
Mitchell Keller also announced that the new company will appoint Bryan Cox
as Executive Creative Director. Cox began his career in the radio and
television entertainment industry twenty years ago, applying his talents to
all aspects of both broadcast mediums.
The company, formerly known as Borderline Radio Network, syndicates 3
highly rated radio programs and services almost 300 radio affiliations,
reaching over 4 million listeners weekly. Borderline Radio Network has been
one of the most highly recognized independent radio networks in the country
and services genres including, but not limited to, Country, Rock and Roll,
A/C, and Texas music stations.
Other CBN plans include the production of a cooking oriented television show
created by Bryan Cox and hosted by Mitchell Keller. Keller and Cox are now in the
process reviewing offers to syndicate and begin
production on the show.