Beasley’s Executive Vice President of Programming, Justin Chase, says that’s exactly what’s happening at his company. Chase was on a panel at Kurt Hanson’s RAIN Conference in Orlando. He used WMMR’s Preston & Steve as an example.
Our guests this Friday on Episode 8 of Podcasting for Radio Dummies will be Emily Prokop from E Podcast Productions and host of The Audacity to Podcast Daniel J. Lewis. We are live every Friday morning at 9 on Spreaker, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube and the audio is immediately posted to Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Spreaker, and Radioink.com.
At the RAIN Conference in Orlando, Tuesday morning, four college students from the University of Central Florida took to the stage for “The Gen Z Panel.” They were asked if they ever listen to the radio. Here’s what they had to say…
We’re guessing you already know the answer to that question, but just in case you don’t, here’s what Edison Research is saying about where consumers listen to all types of audio most of the time.
iHeartMedia and Fors Marsh Group have announced the launch of the National Opioid Action Coalition, an initiative focused on reducing stigma as a barrier to addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery. NOAC will hold a debut event during the annual New York City Advertising Week on October 3 which will be moderated by Bobby Bones.
ABC Radio, Skyview Networks, and Front and Center Entertainment are introducing two new programs exclusively for the Country and Rock formats: Front and Center Sessions and The Speakeasy Sessions. Both series will feature 12 two-hour programs
Fresno’s NewsTalk 580/105.9 KMJ recently teamed with local agriculture company Gar Tootelian Inc. to raise money for the Central California Food Bank, and listeners responded magnificently.
In a filing related to the FCC's Communications Marketplace report and the Commission's upcoming quadrennial review of the local ownership rules, the MusicFirst Coalition and the Future of Music Coalition claim that large AM/FM clusters "already have substantial competitive advantages" in the marketplace, and that if the FCC were to loosen local radio ownership caps, would simply be "disastrous."
For years, and as far back as 2011, when Pandora was the shiny new toy for consumers, iHeartmedia CEO Bob Pittman was saying the Internet pure-play company was not a sustainable business model on its own. Pittman said Pandora was more like AOL's Instant Messenger, a feature to be offered by a larger company. Monday morning, Sirius XM announced it was buying Pandora for $3.5 billion.
On Monday Nielsen announced it will be increasing its diary market reports, that are now being done quarterly or twice per year, to monthly.