When was the last time a new format came along, stuck around and made money for managers across the country? Is it really possible to come up with a brand new format these days? One that actually generates advertiser interest? John Sebastian says yes, yes indeed.
When a fire hit Malibu last year KBUU was there for the community, broadcasting vital information, until the fire burned through wires and shut the station down. The station has come up with a very sunny backup plan.
As access to gambling continues across the country, radio is hoping that category will become a lucrative one once advertisers start to promote. iHeart is combining talent from FOX Sports Radio with shows focusing on gambling to create "The Gambler." No Kenny Rogers jokes please.
Shannon Burke is returning to Florida to work for JVC Media on a new format the company is launching in Orlando next month called "Florida Radio Man." The new format will include Bubba The Love Sponge.
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The changes involve Mike Salk, Tina Sorenson, Cathy Cangiano and Alison Lichtbach. Market Manager David Pridemore says all four are proven leaders ready for more challenging assignments.
The Mentoring & Inspiring Women in Radio Group, and Nielsen, have extended the deadline for their annual mentoring program. The new deadline is August 29. The mentorship is available to one female PD, APD and/or music director from any music format.
Jacobs Media Strategies is hosting a Webinar, September 4, on "How Radio Air Talent Feels About the Industry." The webinar will feature the results of an anonymous survey of more than one-thousand on-air personalities, hosts and producers.
The NBA's Milwaukee Bucks will air on WTMJ during the 2019-20 season, marking the 52nd consecutive year Bucks games will air on the station. Ted Davis will be back to call the games.
North Texas Public Broadcasting is marking the 10th year of broadcasting for KXT 91.7 FM with a series of events marking the station's commitment to the local music community.
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ESPN commentator and award-winning sports columnist Woody Paige has launched a podcast on PodcastOne. ESPN’s Adam Schefter and EA Sports designer Clint Oldenburg are guests on the first episode. New episodes will drop every Thursday.
30 for 30 Podcasts has released a new podcast series, The Sterling Affairs, which examines the former owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, Donald Sterling, his rags to riches rise, his ultimate downfall, and how it all impacted the NBA.
Yesterday we reported that Republican Joe Walsh plans to run for president. Now, former conservative talker Jason Lewis, a Trump supporter, plans to run for Congress.
Beasley Media Group gave out this years Outstanding Achievement Awards at it's annual Management Meeting, Wednesday in Philadelphia.
LaDona Harvey, Co-Host of San Diego's KOGO Morning News, has agreed on a new contract extension.
Students are heading back to their college towns, so SiriusXM has picked a good time to offer a new subscription package especially for college students. The streaming package — called “Student Premier" package — is $4 per month.
SiriusXM and leading fantasy football podcast The Fantasy Footballers are teaming up to produce The Fantasy Footballers on SiriusXM, a new live show. The program will debut August 22 and air every Thursday.