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He hosts podcasts, a blog, video clips and the Elvis Duran's Artist of the Month segment on NBC's Today.Through his Today appearances, his presence at major televised music events and the video feeds of his radio show, fans in 2015 discovered that Duran, while broadening the scope of his audience, dramatically decreased his own physical size.What we do every day is such one-on-one communication …it’s unscripted, it’s every day and our listeners are used to us. we do a lot of things on our radio show that they don’t do on TV …In the old days, we had to come in and use our gut — we just assumed people liked what we were saying (or not).Now we have immediate feedback through social media and texting; we can actually change the course of a live show in mid-sentence because of interaction with our audience. A lot of people who listen to our show have never turned on a radio — they listen to us on their i Phones, laptops, on Sirius XM.Duran's show is now heard live in over 80 markets including New York City, Philadelphia, Miami, Cleveland, Atlantic City, Fort Myers, Syracuse, Des Moines, Quad Cities, Madison, New Haven, and Richmond.
Fresh from hosting the i Heart Radio Music Festival, held in Las Vegas in September, Duran talked about his surgery, his place as a gay media personality, the tricks to keeping his morning show fresh after two decades and how he deals with all those superstars.It’s been 20 years since Elvis Duran segued from “the afternoon guy” on Z100 to hosting the country’s top-rated nationally syndicated morning radio show (over 10 million listeners) — while cross-pollinating to television on NBC’s “Today Show” (with his “Artist of the Month” segment) and on “Entertainment Tonight.” [“Today” will profile Duran, 51, in a piece scheduled to air July 4.] Duran’s longevity in the world’s toughest media market — and his influence in the industry — speaks volumes, considering how the radio business chews up and spits out personalities faster than stations change formats.The Post talked to Duran — a 2015 inductee into the National Radio Hall of Fame and a tireless fundraiser (St.Jude Children’s Research Hospital, “Elvis Trumps Cancer”) — about his long career, “Elvis Duran and The Z100 Morning Show” and what’s on his “Bucket List.” As far as radio goes, it really isn’t what listeners get it’s how they get it.Social media gives us new and fun ways to stay more directly connected to people who listen to us, and it also helps us make decisions faster.