On Facebook Live Thursday we interviewed the CEO of Primte Time Marketing, Jordan Kirshenbaum. Now that states are starting to open up again, we wanted to know how he's advising his clients on their advertising and marketing plans, and how radio fits into those plans. Jordon also shared several successful radio promotions that he's run. WATCH
(By Amador Bustos) While it is common for many Hispanics in the radio business to dream of owning their own station or stations, historically they have found it to be a path under construction, with many roadblocks.
(By Buzz Knight) In this week's interview on the topic of “The Future of Audio” we checked in with long time media visionary Lee Abrams. Lee’s career has spanned decades in and around the radio business and he recently launched his company called “MediaVisions”
JOY-FM listeners in St. Louis are very generous. On Thursday they were invited to support their favorite Christian artists and came through with over $123,000. JOY FM hosted 15-minute “Tip Jar” concerts and invited listeners to toss money into the virtual tip jar.
If the millionaires and billionaires can come to an agreement on how many Major League Baseball games might be played in a coronavirus shortened season, radio announcers will not be traveling to the away games.
Philly's Favor 100.7, which launches Monday, is already planning a big community event. In celebration of the launch, station President Jonathan Mason, and The Real Deal Food Ministry, will host a food giveaway for 500 families in need. The giveaway will be Tuesday, from 11-1 while supplies last.
According to The Minnesota Broadcasters Association all Twin Cities commercial radio stations will join broadcast outlets from across the state to show support for each other through “Twin Cities Night of Light.”
Our latest Blast From The Past comes from Elliot Mass while working at KUSC-FM, the college radio station at The University of Southern California back in 1969. The station was in the old projecter room above the Bovard Hall auditorium and did not have air conditioning. Send your Blast From The Past photo to [email protected]
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