On Tuesday, iHeartMedia received approval from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, confirming the company’s plan to reorganize. iHeart expects to complete its restructuring process in the first half of this year, which will wipe nearly $10 billion in debt off its books.
Radio Ink is once again on the hunt for the best radio facilities in America. We will feature radio's best newly built studios in our February 25 issue. It's a great way to recognize the hard work your engineering team, and others, put in to construct radio's state-of-the-art workplaces. If you've built new studios send all the details to [email protected]. Deadline is 2/4.
Broadcaster Associations from all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, and Sens. Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer urging Congress to keep the pressure on illegal broadcasters and pass the PIRATE Act.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to cover the President for the news, you’re in for something special if you attend the NAB Show. Prominent correspondents from ABC, CBS, NBC, and PBS will participate in an in-depth discussion on that topic.
Radio is determined to keep its share of the dash and the Southern California Broadcasters Association will be hosting two Auto Research Meetings for Southern California auto dealers, regional factory reps, ad agencies, and the press in February.
After just one week back at number one on the Media Monitors listing of radio advertisers, The Home Depot has seen GEICO bump it down to second. The insurance giant ran 52,637 spots nationally last week, to Home Depot's 46,142.
Veritone has renewed and expanded its multi-market licensing agreement with Beasley Media Group. The new deal doubles the number of stations using Veritone's aiWARE platform to 28, across six markets.
Provider of all things digital for radio stations large and small, SoCast has launched a monthly series of free webinars to help radio stations take full advantage of opportunities in digital. The first webinar in the series takes place Wednesday, January 23, at 2 p.m.
Thanks to Dyana Williams for sharing her 1974 photo from WHUR-FM in Washington D.C. Today Dyana travels the country coaching celebrities, and co-hosts Soulful Sunday on Radio One’s 100.3 WRNB-FM in Philadelphia, where she's been since 2006. Dyana has been on the air since 1973. Reach Dyana at [email protected] . Send your Blast to [email protected].
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Season two of Suze Orman's Women & Money podcast has launched with interactive features. Each week Orman mixes practical advice with her unique perspective on the emotional obstacles that prevent women from becoming powerful in their lives and over their money.
Tomorrow night, Nightline will air a special preview of the documentary and ABC Radio will launch a six-part podcast called The Dropout. The show tells the story of Elizabeth Holmes and her technology company Theranos.
A new six-part podcast called Forgotten Prison launches this week. The new show was created in collaboration between KNKX.org and Washington State History Museum, and will also be airing on KNKX in Seattle, starting Tuesday.
Former Premiere Radio Networks co-founder, President, and COO Kraig Kitchin has been named the inaugural winner of the Jeff Smulyan Award — named for the Emmis CEO and founder of the All-Sports format.
Daniels has been named to the new role of Senior Manager - Music Programming for the Radio Disney Network. She will report to Phil Guerini, VP Music Strategy Disney Channels Worldwide & GM Radio Disney Network.
Conservative iHeart talker Jesse Kelly is standing his ground after a tweet received some backlash on social media. Kelly was attending his son's Lego robotics tournament when he fired this tweet: "you've never seen this many depressed father's [sic] in one place."
The streamer says more than half a billion listening hours had been generated on the platform during the month of December, closing out a record year for the company. It also saw a 31 percent year-over-year increase in overall listening hours.
The streaming app is getting ready to enable a block feature to mute artists listeners don’t want to listen to. According to The Verge, after rejecting the feature back in 2017, the company is now testing the “don’t play this artist” feature.