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The Remix Top 30 Countdown

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The Remix Top 30 Countdown is a three-hour show that features the BIGGEST mainstream pop hits of the week remixed by the country's biggest DJ's and producers. Each EDM-intensive hour is mixed by a different resident DJ representing their city where the show is heard. Each hour consists of two 24-minute non-stop music sets. This gives affiliates twelve minutes an hour for national and local advertising.

Sean "Hollywood" Hamilton's career has spanned more than 20 years and has not only positioned him as one of the most recognized names in radio from coast-to-coast, but also established a legion of fans and admirers within the music industry.

Seventeen-year-old Sean Hamilton had always dreamed about becoming a disc jockey, and that dream started when he constructed an illegal pirate radio station in the basement of his parent's home, as seen in the 1990 film “Pump Up the Volume,” which was loosely based on his life.  When his parents and his pirate radio station received a cease and desist order from the FCC, he immediately landed his first job in commercial radio in his hometown of Reno, Nev.

Hamilton’s popularity started to rise as he then traveled from Reno to Las Vegas and then on to Tampa, Fla.  His innovative style generated attention within the radio industry and quickly enabled him to land in the #1 market within four years. After six months in Tampa he then received the call to head to the majors and work at Z100 in New York City.

At the age of 21, Hamilton delivered the #1 rated nighttime show in New York. After five years of nights at Z100, he was then offered his “dream come true gig” - KIIS-FM in Los Angeles - where he spent seven years. Today, Hamilton, can be heard holding down the highly-rated 3-7 p.m. shift on WKTU in New York.

In 1997, he created Weekend Top 30 with Hollywood Hamilton, a three-hour radio weekly radio program featuring exclusive backstage and in studio interviews with the hottest artists, while counting down the top thirty hits of the week. Priding itself on not being your regular cliché countdown, Hamilton says, “It’s fun, it moves fast and has energy!”  Today, the program is available in a mainstream and rhythmic/urban format.  In 2009, a third countdown show, Hollywood Hamilton’s Remix Top 30 was launched.  The three-hour, EDM-intensive, weekend dance show features the biggest pop hits