Are you looking for a way to fight Saturday night boredom and to make new buddies at the same time? Then you should check out a wonderful radio show called Most Requested Live with Romeo. The show is aired every Saturday evening from 4-9 p.m. (Pacific time) on 175 Top 40 radio stations nationwide, including WIOQ(Q102) from Philadelphia, which is available on the iHeart Radio app.
Most Requested Live is a high-energy, highly interactive radio show that lets listeners interact not only with each other but also with pop music’s hottest stars through its social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and also the show’s text and request lines.
Romeo has had a long-term relationship with America’s youth since his early days as music director at New York CHR station WHTZ, known to its listeners as Z100. Romeo started his radio career when he was 15-years-old in a small town in Pennsylvania and he worked in Nashville, Salt Lake City, Detroit, Philadelphia, New York City. When he is not busy hosting Most Requested Live, he is serving as Program Director at KKRZ-FM in Portland.
His on-air popularity grew into feature articles in magazines, such as Rolling Stone, People and the radio industry trade publication Friday Morning Quarterback. His cast members include Coleen, who is the show’s Executive Producer, Tracy, who is one of the show’s producers and social media director, Karianne, who also does on-air shifts on various Portland radio stations, and fill in host Carson, who also hosts the afternoon show on Portland Top 40 station Z100.
Most Requested Live has grown to be a perfect place for artists to launch a new project with an established digital fan base. Some of the artists that have premiered their music on the show include Fifth Harmony, Ariana Grande and many more. These world premieres have given the show some of its highest streaming and digital numbers ever. Host Romeo has been lucky to establish incredible relationships and friendships on the label side over the years and have had enlightening discussions with all of them on digital integration and breaking artist.
Yes, this show has mini mix segments called “The Twitta Mix” with DJ Dramos and DJ Jay-Mac, which all of the requests come from their Twitter followers.
Here are two reasons why you should check out this show. To discover new music, and to interact and meet new listeners.
If you would like to find out more about this show, please visit their website at http://www.mostrequestedlive.com