Heise Media Group, a full-service marketing, advertising and communications firm, is proud to unveil Michael Turnipseed’s new website! We helped our client develop his brand and created a sleek, user-friendly website. You can visit the new Heise Media Group created website at www.michaelturnipseed.com!
HealthSouth Bakersfield Rehabilitation Hospital featured in the Bakersfield Life with Heise Media Group Created Ad!
HealthSouth Bakersfield Rehabilitation Hospital was featured in the ‘Best of’ edition of Bakersfield Life! They are the only rehabilitation hospital in Kern County to be certified by the Joint Commission. Be sure to read their article and see the ad Heise Media Group created for them in this month’s Bakersfield Life Business Profile section or click...
Today Cleaners wins 2017 “Best Dry Cleaners” for Kern County – Heise Media Group created Ad shown in Bakersfield Life!
Heise Media Group would like to congratulate our client Today Cleaners on their 23rd consecutive win for Best Dry Cleaning Service! You can read all about them and see the ad Heise Media Group created in the new ‘Best of’ edition of Bakersfield Life or click see here!
Brown Armstrong wins 2017 “Best CPA/Accounting Firm” for Kern County – Heise Media Group created Ad shown in Bakersfield Life
Heise Media Group is proud have to create this ad for our award-winning client Brown Armstrong! Congratulations on being voted Kern County’s “Best CPA/Accounting Firm” for 2017! Click here to see more!
Bakersfield Life snapped a photo of Marlene Heise attending the Bakersfield Museum of Art’s ARTMIX! The successful event allowed guests to bid on professional artwork and floral arrangements, while enjoying signature cocktails and culinary delights from Bakersfield’s best eateries! Click here to view photos
Hit the road, JACK: Station switches to new country – Marlene Heise quoted in The Bakersfield Californian
“Baby, please don’t go,” Robert Plant wailed from the speakers at 97.3 Jack FM, but he might as well have been singing “Stairway to Heaven” because that was where Jack was headed. The pop-rock hits station, famous for playing what it wanted, has decided what it wants to play is country music. And so at noon Friday, Plant, the shirtless 1970s heartthrob of Led Zeppelin, morphed, mid-song, into Sam Hunt, the carefully man-scaped country music heartthrob of right now. Emphasis on right now. “Hey, Bakersfield, this is new country. Welcome to the Bull, 97.3,” a seductive recorded voice that sounded nothing like the snarky Jack guy announced to listeners tuned in for their lunchtime dose of Tom Petty and R.E.M. The conversion of Jack to the Bull means Buck Owens Productions Co., Inc., which owns market stalwart KUZZ and its twangy sister station KCWR, now has three local country stations. The thinking is that the radio group started by Bakersfield’s first country music legend should corner the market on the genre by offering a different station to all demographics: young (the Bull), middle-of-the-roaders (KUZZ) and, ahem, the more mature (KCWR). “Country is what our company knows best,” said Brent Michaels, program director for the Bull and KUZZ, where he also serves as an on-air personality. “KUZZ is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.” Like Jack, the Bull will not use live announcers most of the day, though Toni-Marie, a veteran KUZZ disc jockey, will host a show weekdays from 2 to 6 p.m., starting Oct. 24. And nationally syndicated radio host Bobby Bones will fill the morning programming slot, starting Monday. Bones, based in Nashville, was available in the Bakersfield market on KIX 92.1 until July, when the station switched formats from country to Spanish oldies. Michaels acknowledged there will be competition among the company’s stations. Musically, KUZZ and the Bull will both play current hits; the main difference, Michaels said, is that KUZZ will continue to mix in mid-to-late-career recording artists like George Strait, Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson, while the Bull will focus entirely on current acts (though he swore, with a laugh, that the playlist would not exclude artists over 40). “Country music is evolving and on KUZZ, we try to stay current with new country but we still play the artists people grew up on, and KCW goes back even farther, to Charley Pride and Merle Haggard.” But the biggest potential for splitting its audience will come in the morning, when the popular KUZZ team of Steve Gradowitz and Geoff Emery goes head-to-head with Bones. “It’s excellent to have Bobby Bones back in Bakersfield,” Michaels said, “but Steve and Geoff, in my opinion, are the...