Radio.com Editorial Staff
Jeremy D. Larson
Courtney is the pop producer for Radio.com and the author of Record Collecting for Girls: Unleashing Your Inner Music Nerd, One Album At A Time. She previously worked at MTV, where she programmed mtvU and MTV2 Subterranean and created the Woodie Awards. She is proudest of her platinum plaque for her hard work on Lindsay Lohan’s album Speak. Follow her on Twitter.
Jay is the rock producer for Radio.com. Prior work includes more than a decade of executive producing the popular Kevin & Bean Morning Show on Los Angeles’ KROQ-FM. He keeps it real in Long Beach, CA where he owns two retail stores. Follow him on Twitter.
Shannon is an associate music producer for Radio.com. She previously worked as the music editor for Beyond Race Magazine, before earning a master’s degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. While interning at NPR she wrote about Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon and received 87 angry comments. She would appreciate it if you resist from sending her number 88. Follow her on Twitter.
Scott T. Sterling is a Detroit native who grew up on a steady radio diet of classic rock, techno and hip-hop. The longtime music and culture journalist was the editor of electronic music magazine URB, as well as writing for a litany of outlets including the L.A. Times, Dazed & Confused, TheRoot.com and PureVolume.com.
Director of Music, Radio.com/CBS Local Digital Media
“Loscalzo” may be familiar to those who grew up during the “alternative rock” era. He spent most of the 80s and 90s on great radio stations like WNYU, WPDH, WRCN, WDRE and WXRK (K-Rock) in New York as well as KROQ in Los Angeles. Loscalzo has also held executive positions at Billboard Magazine, Sony, and MTV.