Highlights from Our History
In 1984, we launched the American Heritage Radio series of historical short-form features.
Along with three college students, our founder conducted a rare 30-minute interview with President Reagan at the White House in 1985.
We introduced the concept of the “radio media tour” in 1987; our first RadioTour had Miss America as the spokesperson.
We spearheaded a fundraiser for the American Red Cross after 1989’s Loma Prieta earthquake in California.
We coordinated radio for Gatorade’s announcement of its Michael Jordan sponsorship, which resulted in 1991’s Be Like Mike campaign.
We handled all radio-related crisis PR for Pepsi during 1993’s syringe hoax.
In 1994, we launched RadioSpace, one of the earliest websites to offer downloadable audio for free and unrestricted on-air use.
We worked closely with Microsoft to support the public rollout of Windows 95.
Launches ‘RadioSpace’, one of the earliest audio (file) internet sites
During the late ‘90s, we promoted the launches of various commemorative stamps from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS)—including one honoring Raoul Wallenberg, a series featuring legendary football coaches, and a stamp to raise funds for breast-cancer research.
In 2001, we created an award-winning PSA campaign for the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
Also in 2001, we produced and distributed melanoma-awareness PSAs with Sam Donaldson for the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
For decades, we’ve promoted broadcasts of the National Memorial Day Concert, A Capitol Fourth, and related events—including a post-9/11 concert in 2002.
To commemorate the 125th anniversary of the light bulb in 2004, we produced and distributed a series of short-form features on behalf of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI).
For many years, we provided on-site coverage for the annual meetings of the National Governors Association (NGA)—involving interviews of individual governors to create content for their home states.
We supported communications after Hurricane Katrina by posting (pro bono) federal-agency messaging on RadioSpace.
Over several years, we coordinated safety campaigns featuring various members of Congress to reduce the deaths of infants in hot cars.
We helped produce (pro bono) one of the first COVID-19 radio PSAs, for the CDC Foundation.
Other Notable Options
PBS’s highest-rated performance specials, the National Memorial Day Concert and A Capitol Fourth – the premier celebrations of America’s most important holidays broadcast annually.