iHeartMedia Phoenix and Arizona State University have signed a broadcast agreement for Sun Devil Hockey. Starting in October Fox Sports 910 (KGME-AM) will carry home games, select road games and a weekly coach's show.
The Radio Television Digital News Association announced the national winners of the 2022 Edward R. Murrow Awards. The awards recognize more than 100 outlets for outstanding work in digital, radio and television journalism in technical and editorial categories.
The Friends of Georgia Radio has announced its first four scholarship winners. The four student winners will be awarded $1,500 scholarship checks at the organization's RADIO BASH August 27th. Here are the winners...
On October 19th at the Javits Center, a special executive session called “One-on-One With Radio Trailblazers” will feature Urban One Founder Cathy Hughes and Beasley Media Group CEO Caroline Beasley. They'll discuss their roles in shaping today’s radio landscape and the future of the industry. Get more info on the event HERE.
Cumulus Colorado Springs’ radio stations KVOR-AM and XTRA Sports 1300/KCSF-AM have renewed the broadcast agreement to carry Air Force Academy athletic events. The new agreement renews a successful partnership that has been in place for 40 years.
The National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters will host the 46th Annual Fall Broadcast Conference in Washington, D.C. in October. The conference will be part of the 2022 By Black Conference presented by the U.S. Black Chambers and will include the Power of Urban Radio Forum.
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Six groups met with FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel, Media Bureau Chief Holly Saurer and Sanford Williams, Special Advisor to Rosenworcel. The groups lobbied for the rule change that would allow broadcasters to target smaller communities with local content.