Here's Johnny.... Johnny Donovan that is, in our latest Blast From The Past submission. This one comes from our friends at DJMastercontrol.com. Donovan spent many years in New York City, first at WOR then at WABC where he preceded Dan Ingram on the air. . Send your Blast From The Past photo to [email protected].
According to MAGNA's latest global ad revenue projections, digital advertising revenue will grow 14% this year, to $304 billion, representing more than half of the total global advertising economy for the first time (51%). Digital had been growing 18% to 20% the previous four years.
The Houston Police Department is launching a Spanish-language radio show today. The weekly one-hour show will air on Spanish-language Christian station 98.3 FM. The program will cover subjects like family violence, immigration and drunk driving and will end with a Q&A call-in segment.
Alpha's 93.1 Katy Country and Classic of Texoma raised $44,500 from its 3rd annual Wheeler & Castellanos Back the Badge Memorial Golf Tournament. The money is donated to the Texoma Back the Badge Foundation, which assists in minimizing the financial burden often placed on law enforcement employees who experience catastrophic circumstances.
Premiere Networks has promoted Mary DelGrande to Vice President of Affiliate Sales from Executive Director of Affiliate Sales. DelGrande will continue to oversee affiliate sales for Premiere’s roster of programs.
Bruce Logan will take the helm as Ops Manager and Brand/Content Director of Hubbard stations WIRK-Country and WEAT/Sunny 107.9 West Palm Beach.
Madelyn Grimaldi will join Brian Mulhern for Cat Country mornings. Taking over Grimaldi’s vacated spot during the midday shift is veteran Providence personality Courtney Kelley.
CBS This Morning lead national correspondent David Begnaud has been named anchor of Reporter’s Notebook, a daily feature from CBS News Radio and CBS Audio.
Jenna Lambert has joined MVYRADIO as an Underwriting Account Representative. Lambert most recently worked at the Martha’s Vineyard Times in the Marketing Department.
Every election seems to set a new record for political ad spending and radio managers across the country hope 2020 will be no different. Don't forget there are rules you need to follow when it comes to dealing with candidates. The good news for you is that Broadcast Attorney David Oxenford has updated his Political Broadcasting Guide. His latest blog has all the details.