About

The Radio Button has been producing unique audio content since 1980 and digital (podcast) content since 2005. Audio our performers produce require 2 elements: entertainment value & high performance quality.

If how your podcast sounds is important, this is the company you want involved.

Staff

Adam Goodman

Adam Goodman was fortunate to have had direct producing, writing and even managing experiences with legends of the voiceover industry such as Chuck Riley, Ernie Anderson, Don LaFontaine, Casey Kasem as well as current super stars such as Joe Cipriano, Randy Thomas, George DelHoyo and many others through the service VoiceHunter.com which Adam created and has been President of since 1999. These legends crafted Adam’s natural and professional style mixing smooth with authoritative.

Adam’s primary casting comes from corporate narrations and commercial reads but also presents the rare in venue/arena announcing for which is a regular at venues such as The Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

David ‘Ace’ Cannon

Enamored with radio since high school, David “Ace” Cannon is one of the few people you’ll meet who is doing what he has always wanted to do. A graduate of LSU and a 20-plus year radio veteran, Ace worked all air shifts, was a Program Director, Assistant Program Director and Promotions Director before settling into his now 26 year partnership with TJ on the nationally syndicated Ace & TJ Show. Among numerous awards and national nominations, in 2013 the Ace & TJ Show was named one of the “25 Most Influential Radio Shows Of The Past 25 Years” by Morning Mouth Magazine.

For 20 of those years Ace & TJ have run “Ace & TJ’s Grin Kids”, a 501c3 designed to enhance the lives of terminally ill and chronically disabled children between the ages of 5-12. Every year Grin Kids takes the children selected and their entire family on a “once in a lifetime dream vacation” to Disney World with all expenses paid which includes chartered flights and tons of gifts, prizes and surprises.

In addition to his work with the show and the show’s charity, Ace has spent the last 17 years as the lead singer of Charity Case. This is the rock band that started as a radio bit but now exists for the sole purpose of raising money for Grin Kids. To date Charity Case has raised over $1.1 million for Ace & TJ’s Grin Kids and, in addition to over 250 of their own shows, has opened for such acts as Bon Jovi, Train, Bret Michaels of Poison, Jason Mraz and Joan Jett to name a few. Charity Case has also released a live cd and two DVD’s with all proceeds benefiting Grin Kids.

All together (counting Grin Kids and numerous other charity efforts through the years) the Ace and TJ Show has raised over $10 million for charity in their 21 years in Charlotte.

Ace is a divorced father of two and has coached every ball team imaginable for his two children.

Ritchie ‘TJ’ Beams

Wife: Jodi

Children: Lanie and Aiden

Hometown: Winnfield, LA

Prior Employment: Purchasing Agent for a Lumber Company

Likes: Crime Documentaries and lying in the sun slathered in baby oil

Dislikes: Raw onions, bad grammar and talking about himself

Riggins

Riggins is from Salisbury, NC and he has worked with Ace & TJ for nearly a decade. He has a created a social media environment that has amassed over a quarter of a million followers across all social media platforms. His knowledge of social media is unrivaled in the radio and podcast industry. Riggins can help your podcast reach new listeners every day by creating unique and eye-catching marketing messages. His commitment to marketing through social media is steadfast and he’s constantly looking for new ways to increase listening hours.

Sass

Where from: Goldsboro, NC

Where worked: Before graduating from UNC Charlotte, I worked in recreational services on campus, while also working at the U.S. National Whitewater Center. I worked as an intern in sales for the Disney College Program and shortly after, started my internship with The Ace and TJ Show.

When started as intern: January 2018

Interests: Being able to spend time with family, traveling, watching sporting events, going to music festivals and drinking wine, while listening to my friends and all their drama.

Skills: My skills include creative and technical writing, news reporting, and most importantly hula hooping. I’ve been told my personality allows me to fit in with any group, whether it’s a biker gang or a chess club. I hope one day a skill of mine will be cooking, but doubtful.

Rob Miller

I’ve worked in production for all of my years in the radio and podcast industry. From the day I learned how to use Adobe Audition, I knew production was perfect for me. I started at the Carolina School of Broadcasting in 2008, which allowed me to intern for the production department of Clear Channel Charlotte. That internship lead to a job doing the same thing for that company. I was approached by the then producer of the Ace and TJ Show one day asking if I’d like to apply for their Technical Producer role. Now, I am the producer of that very show. Working with the Ace and TJ Show for 6+ years has helped me hone my skills and pickup new ones along the way. I can assist with commercial production, podcast production and structure, and a myriad of other things along those lines.

Frank Olszewski

Frank is from Charlotte, NC and has been involved in the IT industry for 20 years in various roles. With degress in graphic design and web developemnt, alongside years of technical support, audio production and audio delivery experience, Frank has assisted a wide range of clients from small businesses, celebrities, to the U.S. Government. Dedicated and uncompromising, Frank will engage your project dilligently to make your vision a reality.