MBC-Meyer Broadcasting Corporation
Meyer Broadcasting Corporation is the parent company of Meyer Multimedia Services, Sunny Side Up Productions, and Meyer Broadcasting World Wide, with headquarters in Crown Point, Indiana.
Our mission is to offer entertainment and information to the World Community. Further it is our goal to provide a world wide platform for our business and commerce partners from the “Heartland” of the United States of America.
Our goal at the Breeze is to provide a unique musical listening experience that is truly pleasant and relaxing. We have brought back the easy listening and beautiful music format that was popular on FM radio stations in the 1970s and 1980s and added a carefully blended mix of contemporary classics to produce “The Breeze” on-line music format.
Meyer Broadcasting is a member of the National Association of Broadcasters, Indiana Broadcasters Association, and the Crown Point & Merrillville, Indiana Chambers of Commerce.
Meyer Multimedia Services offers Multimedia production combining elements of graphics, video and audio for multimedia presentations.
John Meyer, C.E.O.
John Meyer is a graduate of St. John Military Academy in Delafield, Wisconsin and Indiana University with a BA in Business and a minor in radio and television. He has had a love for the broadcasting business ever since childhood and realized his dream in the early 1970’s, as founder of Northwest Indiana’s first and only easy listening music station, WFLM (World’s Finest Listening Music), licensed to Crown Point, Indiana in 1971. The call sign was later changed to WWJY (Joy 103.9 FM).
Even tho he sold the station in 1994, his love of beautiful and easy listening music has not waned. John has accepted the challenge of converting a vinyl and reel-to-reel music library to digital, and developing an easy listening on-line music format for a world-wide audience on the Internet. The resulting effort is now known as The Breeze.
Contact John at John@thebreez.com
Dave Woodworth, Operations Manager
Dave keeps the Breeze blowing from the Crown Point, Indiana studios, overseeing the production and scheduling of music and related program features. He brings a background of both radio and television news reporting, editing and producing as well as a wealth of network radio program marketing experience to The Breeze.
Dave got his start in broadcasting by doing the public address announcing for high school sports in the Twin Cities. He was introduced to radio in the summer of 1976 when he served as a summer student worker for the American Forces Radio Service at Sigonella Naval Air Facility in Sicily. He majored in Journalism at the University of Minnesota and served as a television news reporter/producer at KSTP-TV, St. Paul, MN in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Dave has 20-years experience in network radio affiliate relations and supervision of technical operations for unmanned satellite stations. He’s known to radio fans in the Calumet Region of Northwest Indiana, for his 12-years part-time experience at several stations there and in south suburban Chicago, where he hosted music programs, newscasts, election coverage, sports, weather and public service programs.
Contact Dave at Dave@RadioEntertainment.com
Sharon Palmeri – Program Director
Sharon Palmeri is a graduate of Indiana University Northwest. In 2005 she helped set up and maintain the web streaming software, and program music for the university’s first web streaming radio station. She brings to The Breeze her 10-year experience in music management, radio programming, and sound engineering — skills that she learned from one of northwest Indiana’s most talented radio engineers and DJs – Ron Borden Sr.
Palmeri, who majored in Education/ English, also minored in journalism and communication. She has worked as a creative writing teacher, as well as a news reporter and columnist at three northwest Indiana papers for 15 years.
Additionally, Palmeri has worked as a publicist, web site designer, social media specialist, and computer instructor. When not working, Palmeri writes creative nonfiction and poetry, enjoys gardening, her family, and her two Labrador Retrievers.
Len Clark, Consultant