7:15 P.M. to 12 Midnight
Pittsburgh is a blue-collar, lunch-bucket market . . . a market where 73% of the people prefer popular music. KQV is the only major radio station in the entire market programming popular music in the 7:15 p.m. to 12 midnight period. And, it's Chuck Brinkman that's spinning it. Chuck has been with KQV over two years and he's the man responsible for making that 7:15 p.m. to 12 midnight shift the popular slot that it is. In August, Brinkman came back to KQV after serving a six month hitch with Uncle Sam. So, it was only logical that KQV would put him back on the show where he did so well. He's still doing well, too. Check the ratings and then check your friendly Robert E. Eastman representative and have him give you the facts on the success that Brinkman has enjoyed with Pittsburgh's "must produce" accounts.