LAS VEGAS� Beasley Media Group Las Vegas and D&C Entertainment have partnered to form the Beasley Media/Cox Business Broadcasting Studio. The effort combines their creative talents and local roots to create the first radio studio in the Container Park, an open-air shopping center and downtown entertainment venue.
Beasley Media Group Las Vegas Vice President and Market Manager Tom Humm and D&C Entertainment co-owners Dave Carney and Chad Forster wanted to create a �visual and interactive location for not only live radio broadcasts, but also interviews with entertainers, celebrities and local dignitaries,� according to the release.
�We envision bringing and supporting live events at the Downtown Container Park,� said Humm. �Through our five radio stations, Beasley Media Group Las Vegas reaches over 1 million local residents weekly. There�s a terrific synergy between our audience, D&C Entertainment�s ideas and the size and popularity of Downtown Container Park.�
Cox Business is the studio sponsor, and construction began Feb. 17 on this studio, which is expected to be finished in April. When completed, the Beasley Media/Cox Business Broadcasting Studio will be a fully functional studio outfitted with broadcasting equipment from The Wheatstone Company.
�Not only do we think they are going to be a great addition to our already unique business mix, it�s going to be a lot of fun to have them broadcasting live from the park,� said Doug McPhail, the Container Park�s director of retail operations.
Beasley Media Group Las Vegas owns KDWN(AM); KKLZ(FM); KCYE(FM); KOAS(FM) and KVGS(FM).