"I specialize in one thing:Improving 25-54 ratings for AC radio stations."
"Gary works with Mapleton's AC and Classic Hits formats. Always achieving higher ratings. He is very effective working with our program directors. Trust is important to me. That's why Gary Berkowitz is our AC consultant."
Jim Shea, CEO
"Gary has the best "ear" in the business. He's an extraordinary resource for us at WBEB. There's no one better to have on your team!"
Jim Loftus, President & CEO
(Program Director Chuck Knight, Gary and Jim Loftus)
"There's no one more passionate about the AC format than Gary. Turn on any one of Gary's stations and you'll hear his investment into the product: discipline, direction, excitement and character. Hire Gary and get Gary every time you pick up the phone." Brian Figula, Program Director KOIT, San Francisco
"If you need to fix your car, take it to the best mechanic there is. If you have to have shoulder surgery, get the best shoulder surgeon there is. If you need help with an AC radio station, get the best AC consultant there is. The one who specializes in one thing, AC radio, my dear friend of almost 30 years Gary Berkowitz." Jay Meyers President and CEO Broadcast Management and Technology Board Member for Jerry Lee Radio, licensee of More FM 101.1 (WBEB, Philadelphia)
AC IS MY ONLY FORMAT. Mainstream AC, Hot AC and Soft AC.
BERKOWITZ CONSULTED STATIONS WIN. Stations consulted by Gary are consistent 25-54 winners.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL AC's. WBEB, Philadelphia, WMJX, Boston, WOMC, Detroit, KBZN, Salt Lake City, WINK-FM, Ft Myers and KRNO, Reno are examples of leading stations that I have helped increase ratings.
WHEN YOU HIRE GARY BERKOWITZ, YOU GET GARY BERKOWITZ. No Associates. No "Second Stringers"
“Hiring you is one of the smartest things I’ve done, and I want you to know how much I appreciate all your help. Please keep arguing with me when I’m wrong, or when you think another point of view should be considered. KRNO would be a far less successful station without your integrity, intelligence and skillful guidance.” Tom Quinn, President Americom Broadcasting