The New York Times has revealed the names of some of the musicians and celebrities who will be hosting programs on the new Apple Music service, Beats 1. Music superstar Elton John will host Elton John's Rocket Hour. Rap legend and founder of the original Beats company, Dr. Dre will host The Pharmacy. Other show hosts include Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme, Disclosure's Howard & Guy Lawrence, St. Vincent, and non-musician/teenage actor Jaden Smith. They will join the previously announced Drake and Pharrell Williams.
Ralph Lockwood, a radio sports reporter and announcer in Williston, ND reached a pair of milestones in June. Earlier in the month he celebrated his 48th year of calling baseball games on the air. Even more impressive is that this month, he broadcast his 8,000th game. Asked when he thinks he might retire, Lockwood tells the Williston Herald that day is still at least two years away, saying: "In another couple of years, I'll be 70." When not calling games, Lockwood continues to be sports anchor for KEYZ/Williston.