Marketwatch has a length piece on how the two streaming pure-plays are hoping their podcasting strategy will help them tap into more revenue. Both companies say they are well-positioned to help consumers with one of podcasting's biggest challenges...
Radio Ink conducted an interview with veteran auto dealer JT Gandolfo to pick his brain on how and why he advertises with radio so consistently, so you can take this success story to clients and prospects and push the power of radio. (Our weekly Advertiser Success Stories are sponsored by Sun & Fun Media)
(By Deborah Parenti) The raging California fires remind us that we are living in a time of extreme weather and record-breaking natural disasters -- and broadcasters are always there on the scene, risking life and limb.
(By Barry Cohen) While the consumer has more platforms than ever to choose from, the abundance of media channels has only minimally resulted in a dilution of each medium’s audience shares.
(By Bob McCurdy) Getting through to the decision-maker is simply everything. The challenge is that these individuals are sometimes difficult to identify and, once identified, are difficult to pin down.
(Jeff McHugh) Every on-air talent and every manager has a personal vision for their programming. But when you learn that your audience has a totally different preference, what will you compromise?
(Jon Quick for Radio Ink) In a newly released memoir, Permanently Suspended: The Rise and Fall... and Rise Again of Radio's Most Notorious Shock Jock, Anthony Cumia tells all about his storied and tumultuous radio career.
The Mets are moving games from iHeart's WOR-AM to Entercom's WCBS-AM next season and Josh Lewin will not be part of that move. For the past six years Lewin has called the games with Howie Rose. Rose is moving to CBS.
The local ABC affiliate is reporting that charges have been dropped against former WGOW host Jeffrey Styles. Back in June, Styles was accused of wielding a tomahawk at a driver during a road rage incident. He was shot in the arm by the driver. Cumulus fired Styles in August.
James Lyke has joined AIRE Radio Networks as Senior Vice President of Network Sales and Jason Corelli has been named Vice President of Network Sales.