Master Composer Robert Miller; Slow Death of Corporate Radio

KOP welcomes Master Composer Robert Miller, plus we look at the real factors that have led to a Slow Death of Corporate Radio.

Robert Miller

KOP speaks with Robert Miller, a master composer with over 25 years experience in film, TV, and the concert hall. He provided the soundtrack for the recently Oscar-nominated documentary short, Knife Skills. Robert’s work has garnered him seven CLIO awards, two AICP awards, and two collective Emmys. Most recently, Robert’s music appeared on ESPN’s award-winning “30 for 30” documentary series and in the American Museum of Natural History’s planetarium show narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson.

Plus, a review of Ready Player One and a preview of Chappaquidick.


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I am a terrestrial and digital new media content creator with over 20 years of experience, as well as a highly skilled digital marketing executive who brings a an impeccable reputation, incomparable work ethic and an impressive index of over 50, 000 hours of on-air and on-demand digital content. I currently manage day-today operations for NewGen Broadcasting LLC, the parent company of WebmasterRadio.FM (the world's largest internet marketing and business-to-business radio and podcast network) and, the worlds largest cannabis radio and podcast network. I have worked for major broadcasting entities including iHeart Media and Entertainment, the Hearst Corporation and Cox Newspapers. I earned a Bachelor's degree in Communication from Florida Atlantic University in 1998.

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