SiriusXM is launching a new channel dedicated comedy legend Lucille Ball. 'Lucille Ball: Let's Talk to Lucy' is named after her 1960s CBS Radio show, featuring interviews with some of the biggest stars of the Hollywood Golden Era.
Tom Brady and Larry Fitzgerald will host Let’s Go! a weekly show on SiriusXM. They'll join Jim Gray to discuss what’s going on in the NFL. The one-hour show will air every Monday at 6 p.m. starting Sept. 6 on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio (channel 82).
TuneIn and iHeartMedia have announced a partnership that will put iHeart's 850+ radio stations on the TuneIn platform. The goal of the partnership is to create even more scale for advertisers looking to reach the biggest listening audiences possible.
The Platinum VIP package is the newest and most comprehensive subscription tier. Among the top-tier perks, access to nugs.net for live concert video and audio recordings.
Mt. Wilson FM Broadcasters has launched an all Sinatra format. Unforgettable FM will be heard at UnforgettableFM.com, the Unforgettable FM App, and 105.1 HD3. Frank Sinatra will be heard 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with Jerry Sharell as host.
Cox Media Group Local Solutions has signed a deal with Amazon Advertising that will enable CMG Local Solutions advertisers to reach local audiences with Amazon Advertising digital offerings.
The audio app is now open to everyone. This means the app has removed the waitlist system so that anyone can join on iOS or Android. Today Clubhouse sees more than 500,000 rooms created daily.
Pandora has launched eight new stations from artists who have hit one billion streams. The 'Billionaires' stations cover key genres: Pop, Country, Hip Hop, Alternative, Dance, Classic Rock, R&B and Hard Rock.
SiriusXM will launch of Top of the World: Lessons from Rebuilding the World Trade Center, on July 6th. The program is an 11-part series featuring the people at the heart of the rebuilding of the new World Trade Center.
Audacy is up with a new Exclusive Music Station Collection on digital platforms. The initial launch group includes over 350 new stations