Alliance for Women Launches Fundraising Campaign

The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation has launched a year-end fundraising campaign The organization is asking for tax-deductible donations to support the future of women in media, will continue through the end of the year.

Broadcasters Foundation Giving Tuesday

The Broadcasters Foundation of America International Day of Giving is Tuesday, November 30. Donations help radio and television colleagues who are in acute need due to illness, accident, or disaster.

Depot Stays Put

The Home Depot remains at the top of the Media Monitors list. CDC has moved back into the top five as has vax provider Pfizer.

MIW Free Webinar is This Week

The Mentoring Inspiring Women in Radio group is presenting a free webinar to highlight industry leaders that have impacted change in their companies on Thursday, December 2 at 1PM Eastern. Registration is free to all.

Conducting An Interview

(By Mike McVay) The folks at Beasley Media Group, Benztown, and McVay Media have been working with the Library of American Broadcast Foundation to teach a class on podcasting to Clark Howard University in Atlanta.

The Most Important Skill Before The Close

(By Loyd Ford So much in sales focuses on closing. Are you a great closer? How are your closing skills?

Library Adds Two Heavy Hitters

The Library of American Broadcasting Foundation has elected Streamline Publishing President Deborah Parenti and BMI Vice President of Licensing and Industry Relations Dan Spears to its Board of Directors.

10 Ways to Practice Daily Gratitude

(By Randy Lane) As Jon Kabat-Zinn says, “The little things? The little moments? They aren’t little.” Saying thank you, holding the door for someone, these little moments can change the tone of your whole day.

Nominate Your Sales Manager Today

Every Friday, Radio Ink crowns a new sales manager of the week. Our Sales Manager of the week winners receive a one year digital subscription to Radio Ink Magazine. Make your nomination HERE. Our Sales Manager of the Week feature is sponsored by the Center for Sales Strategy.

Prankster Trips Up Conservative Hosts

Rob Dobi called into conservative talk station WSMN in Nashua, New Hampshire and named as many punk bands as he could before the hosts caught on. While the hosts were seriously criticizing liberals Dobi snuck in nearly a dozen bands including Blink 182, Fall Out Boys and Black Flag. Watch the hilarious call HERE.

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