In a letter filed with The FCC Tuesday, GeoBroadcast Solutions hit back against the NAB's latest attempt to thwart its technology which, if approved, would allow broadcasters to hyper-target local content to communities for several minutes per hour.
What's "the number" that a podcaster should get to if attracting advertisers is a key goal? "5,000 downloads an episode within thirty days." That's one of the takeaways Libsyn's Rob Walch shared in a conversation with Radio Ink Editor Ed Ryan as the first day of the two-day How to Make REAL MONEY Podcasting virtual conference began Tuesday.
After being off from his syndicated show last week Rush Limbaugh was back on the air yesterday and gave an update on his health. In February Rush announced he was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer and has been dealing with treatments ever since.
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.
Historically, radio has been an industry dominated by men. Ownership, management, and on-air talent are all areas where the male prevails. Two Central Michigan University Professors have started a conversation about women breaking barriers.
On Monday, iHeart announced some good news regarding its bankruptcy proceeding. The company says it has received overwhelming creditor support for its plan to reorganize. iHeart filed for chapter 11 protection back in March and is expected to emerge in 2019 with 50% less debt, knocking off $10 billion.
The Washington Post’s Research, Experimentation and Development team has developed a technology called Rhapsocord, which inserts ads automatically into podcasts. According to the website Ad Exchanger, Rhapsocord automatically identifies pre-roll, midroll and post-roll spots, inserts ads and updates the files.
We hear it a lot. The biggest challenge for managers is hiring. We also hear how difficult it is to hire strong talent from the upcoming generation. Radio needs young blood oozing up and down the halls of its radio stations to keep things exciting, fresh and innovative. We turned to the 2018 MIW Group mentees for answers.
You’ll see a lot of familiar faces on this list. There isn’t a lot of turnover in this group, which is one of the reasons the relationships with the record labels in Nashville and their artists has been so strong for so long. Not to mention the skills these individuals possess to make their stations the best in a format loved across the country, even with so much competition.
Now in its fifth year, our Future African American Leaders in Radio list, as it has in previous years, includes people from every aspect of the business and from all over the country. On the 2017 list you’ll see several trends: Many of the people listed credit their success to having a mentor, many credit their success to a great team that works for them, and many talk about how blessed they are to have advanced in an industry they love.
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