Advertisers want to know that the advertising money they spend is working. That's always been a challenge for radio salespeople. Relationships are important of course. To be able to add solid data to that strong relationship is critical.
Tim Eby is no longer the GM at St. Louis Public Radio. He was fired Thursday over allegations of a “legacy of structural racism” at the station. Former NPR Board Vice Chair Tom Livingston has taken over as interim GM.
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple purchased a startup company called Scout FM which makes listening to podcasts more like tuning into radio stations. Apple is in a podcast battle with Spotify and other apps trying to dominate the podcast listening landscape.
Benztown will present Blizzard of Ozz 40th Anniversary Special, a celebration of Ozzy Osbourne’s debut album produced for Rock/Classic Rock stations to air on Halloween weekend. KLOS-FM PD Keith Cunningham produced the show. Matt Pinfield hosts.
Thanks to Michael Bloomberg's money Democrats are spending $6 million in the Sunshine State to criticize President Trump. $2 million will be spent on radio, $4 million on TV.
We're taking nominations for Radio Ink's 2nd annual 30 And Under Superstars list. It's a myth that young men and women looking for a rewarding career have no interest in radio. We received an overwhelming response when we debuted this list in 2019. If there's someone in your company 30 or under, taking the radio industry by storm, send all the details to [email protected]
Alpha Media in North Dallas raised $52,000 from the 4th Annual Wheeler & Castellanos Back the Badge Memorial Golf Tournament. The money goes to the Texoma Back the Badge Foundation.
(By Mike Savage) The business model for public radio is under pressure. A drop in sponsor revenue has led to layoffs and furloughs at public radio stations across the country. Small and rural stations operate on the thinnest of margins in the best of times.
The former morning co-host of WPRT (102.5 The Game, Nashville), Branden Gall, has set up a new podcast network for Nashville sports fans. Taking its name from the interstate loop around Nashville, 440 Sports, has launched with four podcasts.
The latest edition of the NAB Compelling Conversations podcast series looks at how stations have had to change to deal with the pandemic. Julie Koehn is the GM of WLEN-FM in Adrian, MI. She discusses the changes she had to make.
Legendary agribusiness broadcaster Orion Samuelson will retire on December 31. The farewell will come shortly after he celebrates his 60th anniversary at the station.
American Public Media Group CEO Jon McTaggart was expected to slowly transition out of his position after being with APMG since 1983. That plan has been accelerated following a series of issues at the company regarding diversity and transparency.
After only 18 months, VP and Managing Director for JAZZ-FM in Toronto Lorie Russell (pictured) is leaving in December. The station is searching for a new GM. Russell has held the position since March 1, 2019.
The National Football League and SiriusXM have expanded their satellite broadcasting agreement. SiriusXM Premier Streaming subscribers will now be able to listen to the official radio broadcast for each NFL team.
SiriusXM has extended its collaboration with superstar Kevin Hart and his Laugh Out Loud brand. Hart will host new regular and live programs including radio shows, podcasts and on demand video.