Known as the home of the Original Quiet Storm, 96.3 WHUR in Washington D.C. is rolling out a new sister station with the format that can now be heard morning, noon, and night. Formally WHUR-World, 96.3HD2 is now “The Quiet Storm Station.”
The DTS Connected Radio will now include Entercom's Radio.com. Xperi's DTS Connected Radio is a global hybrid radio platform. It currently supports operations in 48 countries with over 48,000 radio stations.
Former NFL tight end-turned-broadcaster George Wrighster is the newest host on the 24/7 all-sports Mad Dog Sports Radio channel. Wrighster will host Night Cap, a late night summary of sports of the day.
SportsGrid Radio and SiriusXM announced today that they are teaming up to launch the SportsGrid Radio Channel on SiriusXM on January 7. The SportsGrid Radio channel will be available to SiriusXM subscribers on channel 204. SportsGrid Radio will be replacing the VSiN channel, which will air on SiriusXM until 12/31.
Streaming company TuneIn has hired Richard Stern as its new CEO. Stern replaces Juliette Morris who was promoted to CEO, from CMO, in July of 2019. Before joining TuneIn Stern led Audible’s global product and design organizations.
Radioplayer is launching in three new countries. The new partnerships with broadcasters in France, Sweden and the Netherlands bring the total number of Radioplayer countries to 14.
Premiere's FOX Sports Radio reported record audience gains across multiple digital platforms for October 2020. FSR experienced its best streaming month of all time in October, with total listening hours increasing +28% year-to-year.
SiriusXM has inked a long-term agreement with the NBCUniversal News Group. The agreement will keep MSNBC and CNBC along with the Today Show Radio channel on SiriusXM.
The SiriusXM and Kia Motors America expansion extends the relationship through 2025. The installation throughout Kia models and trims produced in North America will begin with model year 2022.