In our final installment in our series on local ad revenue we talk with Ron Cohen from CRC Broadcasting in Arizona. The company owns three stations in Arizona and California.
We want your video success stories. Let's all help tell radio's story. And social media is the way to do it. Today when you go out on your sales calls, record a short video with one of your successful clients. We will share it on our social media pages for all the world to see. Here are all the details....
(By Jeff McHugh) “Missing the exit” is the #1 complaint we hear from station management about underperforming shows. Here are some tips on how to end each segment well and stick the landing.
(By Bob McCurdy) In search of better. I came across these four words in a Seth Godin blog recently and they really hit home. The subject of self-improvement has intrigued me my entire career.
Public service announcements featuring members of Congress have been distributed to television and radio stations across the country through the 2019 NAB Congressional PSA Campaign.
KCUR 89.3, Kansas City’s public radio station, plans to purchase a second station devoted to classical music: 91.9 FM in Kansas City. It has filed an application with the FCC.
(By Charlie Sislen) Many stations have taken their weekly cume and converted that into dollars spent. Often called “Spending Power,” it can be acquired from Nielsen Audio software or Research Director, Inc.’s sales tools.
KQFN 1580 AM The Fanatic / 99.3 FM, 95.9 FM and Westwood One have hooked up for primetime NFL play-by-play coverage this season.
CEO Bob Pittman has been consistent for years. He wants iHeartMedia to be everywhere listeners are with the products and services they expect. And as of today, iHeart is on over 250 platforms and 2,000 devices.
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John Sykes discusses the shift in the entertainment marketing landscape and the influence of radio as the pioneer media platform. He also gives listeners tips on how to get your next project funded and how he helped pull together a concert for NYC in just four-and-a-half-weeks.
iHeartPodcast Network has premiered a new true-crime series called Hit Man which follows the real story of Lawrence Horn, an engineer at Motown records, and the peculiar circumstances surrounding the murder of his ex-wife, son, and friend.
Veritone has inked a deal with ART19 — a podcast hosting, content management, monetization, and measurement platform. Under the agreement, ART19 will use aiWARE for targeting ads based on the content of an individual podcast episode.
According to the family, a memorial service will be held for Dwight Case at 11:00 am, Saturday, October 26 at Bel Air Presbyterian. The family is asking friends to consider a donation to The Broadcasters Foundation in Case's name rather than sending flowers. Case died earlier this month.
Matt Jones will no longer co-host "Hey Kentucky" on WLEX Radio. Jones has been considering a run for Senate and is writing a book called "Mitch, Please" about Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell.
According to MPR News Brian Oake is no longer with The Current, a sister organization of MPR. Oake was co-host of Oake and Riley in the morning. No reason was given for his departure and The Current website has been wiped clean of him.
Entercom has launced FireLane on RADIO.COM and on KAMP 97.1 HD3 in Los Angeles. The station is dedicated to curated DJ mixes. Listeners can tune in to a different curated set of mixes daily, which will be announced via social media.
KOA NewsRadio 850 AM & 94.1 FM are debuting a new show, Broncos Country Tonight, on Friday, July 19. KOA NewsRadio 850 AM & 94.1 FM are also celebrating 50 seasons as the Denver Broncos flagship station.