Adam Smith

Adam started as a DJ, commercial producer and voice-talent at radio stations and production houses in and around Los Angeles in the late 1970s. By the late 1980s he had successfully acted as Program Director and Programming consultant for several radio stations, while still being a popular on-air personality, commercial producer and voice-talent.

By the late 1990s he was a news producer and on-air anchor with Metro networks, and could also be heard on-the-air at Los Angeles powerhouse stations such as KZLA, ESPN Radio and KABC.

At the end of the 1990s he became Director of Programming for a start-up private entertainment and lifestyle TV network on the leading edge of what has now become streaming video entertainment.

Throughout those years, Adam stayed active as a voice-over talent, lending his voice to companies such as Honda Automobiles, Disney, Albertson’s Grocery Stores, the NHL, NFL and Major League Baseball just to name a few.

With his extensive background in broadcasting as well as radio and TV production and voice-work, it only made sense that he would join his friend and mentor, Ken Dab-Row, at Ken’s ad agency: Dab-Row Broadcast Advertising/Dab-Row Radio. They’ve been making beautiful music (well, commercials anyway!) together for over 15 years, with Adam as the principal producer for not only Dab-Row Broadcast Advertising, but also Ken’s personal inspirational website, My Positive Power.com.