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As Senior Art Director for CBS | Infinity Radio's Feed-The-Monster Media for the major US markets, Stagg spearheaded the creation of Alternative/Modern Rock, Urban & News/Talk websites. As part of the senior management team, he directed a team of designers and liaised with Station Managers, Advertisers, Producers, Content Editors, Lead Developers, and Design Contractors. The targeted radio stations enjoyed a weekly cumulative audience of approximately eighty (80) million people. FTM produced both local and national content, station branded internet services, classifieds, personals, ticket sales, specialty web based entertainment events, and market specific consumer data.


Stagg's work received multiple web award nominations and prizes including Webby's, Wammy's and an RTDNA Edward R Murrow Award for Excellence.






As Senior Art Director Stagg oversaw website design for KROQ and all CBS | Infinity Radio major market Modern Rock properties. Notable projects for KROQ included live web chats with Morrissey, Moby, the Annual Weenie Roast Concert, and the online launch for the Coachella Festival. Stagg's department ran the web presence of signature KROQ shows like Loveline with Dr Drew and Adam Carolla, The Kevin & Bean morning show, as well as Gig Guides, Calendars, and many band interviews.




Stagg performed comparable duties for LIVE105 in San Francisco, which dominates the Bay Area airwaves. Notable projects for LIVE105 included the annual BFD Concert and Subsonic TentStagg's department ran the web presence of signature LIVE105 shows Soundcheck and Subsonic with Aaron Axelsen, Out of Order with Jed the Fish, and syndicated hits like the Howard Stern Show.




KCBS, focusing on News / Talk, represented a change of focus and style from music listeners to the news-focused audience. Real-time Wall Street reports, traffic and weather, breaking national and local news stories required a more sober, serious design approach which recieved a RTDNA Edward R Murrow Award for Excellence.

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