Amy Kehrmeyer-Moore is the General Sales Manager for Momentum Broadcasting. Last month in Dallas, Kehrmeyer-Moore won our Radio Wayne award for Director of Sales/General Sales Manager of the Year.
It’s been years since anything has captured the attention of radio like podcasting has. Forecast 2020 is pleased to present a panel of top-level podcast and marketing executives to cover today’s podcast landscape and its potential for the future.
We're looking for radio rock stars that are 30 years of age or under to put on our "30 Under 30" list in December. We are tired of hearing how kids fresh out of college don't want to join the ranks of the radio industry.
Are you hearing things about your market? Let us investigate. Radio Ink Magazine is the only 27-year-old trade magazine in the radio industry. That's the result of a lot of trust over those years. Send all news tips in total confidence, and any other station news to Radio Ink Editor Ed Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A big thanks to Sky Walker for sending this beauty along. (Note to the 30-and-under crowd -- those things in the background are called cart machines). This photo is from 1997 when Sky was working at WBLI on Long Island at his first radio job. Not a bad gig to start with Sky! He now works at WSPK in The Hudson Valley.
(By Gary Berkowitz) The holidays are just around the corner and soon hundreds of radio stations across the U.S. will switch to all-Christmas programming. With that in mind, here are 10 programming ideas to consider that will get you monster ratings.
Bond has been set at $700,000 for 59-year-old Rev. Bryan Fulwider, charged with 30 counts of sexual battery of a minor.
(By Jeff McHugh) How much entertainment news are you airing? We are advising clients to consider pumping the brakes on that content. Showbiz gossip was once an “A” benchmark for most shows -- but that's changed.
(By Bob McCurdy) This is a topic dear to my heart having written about it the past decade+, but the latest findings on this subject deserve additional amplification.
Radio.com LGBTQ+ station CHANNEL Q is celebrating its one-year anniversary and National Coming Out Day, as well as adding four new markets — Baltimore, Buffalo, Cleveland, St. Louis — which brings the total to 32 nationwide.
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iHeartMedia is partnering with film and TV production company Blumhouse to produce a series of fictional horror podcasts for potential, future film and television development.
WGY Albany's Phoebe LaFave investigates the unsolved murders of two Albany County women from the Late 1950s and Early 60s.
This week on Bob Pittman sits down with Walter Isaacson, Chairman & CEO of CNN and Managing Editor of Time, for some enlightening conversation.
WNML Knoxville morning co-host Tyler Ivens had been alone atop the Toyota building since October 7. His new sleeping arrangement was the result of a bet with co-host Will West.
Steve Goldstein has been promoted to Senior Vice President Digital Sales Strategy, General Manager 2060 Digital at Hubbard. Goldstein was most recently Senior Director, Digital Sales Strategy.
Country station KKBQ-FM/Houston has added Caitlin “CJ” Johnson to its on-air lineup. Johnson will host afternoon drive beginning November 11.
Virg Bernero, Lansing’s former mayor and Michigan’s 2010 Democratic gubernatorial candidate, will join NRM Streamcast's digital programming with a weekly live-streamed talk show, The Virg Bernero Show.
Stitcher announced, Monday, two new international partnerships, with Canada’s The Podcast Exchange, and Australian on-demand audio company Whooshkaa. Earlier this year, Stitcher launched Podfront UK, a joint venture with Wondery.