At the Radio Show next week in Dallas, Radio Ink's Radio Wayne awards will be handed out. The Radio Wayne awards recognize radio's best at sales, sales management, and station management. These are the only awards in radio that recognize these extremely important categories.
Country Radio Broadcasters will present the latest installment of its CRS360 webinar series on Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 1 p.m. (CT), with an episode titled, “Continuous Diary Market Measurement: An Update.”
Interesting days in the world of national radio advertising as evidenced again by this week’s Media Monitors chart. After two weeks back at the top of the chart, The Home Depot slipped down the chart again while it was GEICO's turn to bounce back.
The NAB says three more members of the House of Representatives have added their cosponsorship to a resolution opposing "any new performance fee, tax, royalty, or other charge" on radio stations.
Appearing on the cover of Radio Ink Magazine is a very big deal. We've been publishing for nearly 28 years and have had the biggest names in the radio industry on our cover. Over those years, with a framed copy of their cover story hanging in their office, many have told us what an honor it is to be on the cover. In December, we're doing something we've never done before.
Entercom and the Kansas City Royals announced a new five-year extension for Royals games to be broadcast on 610 Sports Radio (KCSP-AM/Kansas City) through the 2024 season.
A pretty amazing effort from the Beazley's Boston crew which sorted and packed 12,206 lbs. of food that will provide 10,172 meals or feed a family of four for 2.3 years.
On September 14th, 1979 WMNF received a letter from the FCC giving the station the right to broadcast 24 hours a day. The station, which calls itself "Florida's first community radio station," had been doing a year of test programming before that.
(By Randy Lane) Radio is the undisputed king of in-car listening. Do you know that Spotify is aggressively targeting your in-car listeners? Spotify recently launched a marketing campaign titled “Driveway Moments.”
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Episode 5 features Gordon and Corey extracting three key takeaways from their survey of 2,000+ advertisers before focusing on the topic at hand: outdoor advertising.
Entercom has launched Pinstripes & Bright Lights, a podcast series hosted by legendary New York Yankees play-by-play announcer John Sterling. The weekly podcast will focus on baseball and Yankees history.
C13Originals, a division of Cadence13, is launching Long May They Run to explore iconic touring bands and artists who have a lasting impact on music culture. Season 1 will focus on the band Phish.
KRRV/Alexandria, LA’s, longtime midday announcer Shy Tyler recently retired from radio and the station has announced that Devon O’Day will be filling the gap. O’Day was one of the original on-air announcers when the station launched
Radio syndication company Key Networks has expanded its offerings to include network audio advertising sales to producers and service/program providers. Leading that new team for Key will be former United Stations COO Jim Higgins, who joins the company as President and Chief Operating Officer.
Super Talk 103.1 in Jackson, MI is mourning the loss of host and PD Kipp Greggory. No word on how the 50-year old passed. Earlier this year Greggory had discovered he had a heart defect and was treated for that. Here's what CEO Ricky Mitchell shared with Radio Ink...
Hilton has announced a new integration with iHeartRadio to allow guests to stream radio stations, playlists and podcasts directly from their TVs through Hilton’s high-tech Connected Room guest technology platform.
Dave Beasing's Sound That BRANDS has named William Corbin Vice President of Revenue and Brand Partnerships. Corbin has more than 25 years of experience in digital media, brand development, technology and sales, most recently served as co-founder, CMO, and business development officer of Big Life TV.