WBZ NewsRadio has received a letter from President Joe Biden, marking the station's 100th Anniversary. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker marked the centennial celebration of the Boston station with a citation.
With musicFIRST hosting a press conference Monday to unveil its next step to come after radio to pay to play music, Davis Broadcasting CEO Greg Davis has written a letter to members of Congress asking them to reject any attempt to hit radio with another fee. Here's why...
Join us for a free webinar on September 30th at 1PM Eastern. We'll take an in-depth look at the competitive environment and how radio can compete and win in the digital dash. Joe D’Angelo, SVP Global Radio & Digital Audio at Xperi will discuss connected car trends and implications with Radio Ink editor Ed Ryan. REGISTER
The co-host of the nationally syndicated Breakfast Show launches his half-hour weekly show on Comedy Central tonight at 10PM. Tha God's Honest Truth with Lenard "Charlamagne" McKelvey, will cover the daily headlines, politics and pop culture. NPR does a nice write-up on the show HERE.
Radio Ink will present the Radio Wayne Awards on Tuesday, October 19, in a live virtual event on Facebook and YouTube at 11 am Eastern Time. Set yourself a reminder to tune into the event on our Facebook page HERE.
Today is the deadline to apply for the CRB Lisa McKay Women in Radio Scholarship program. Three recipients will be awarded the scholarship honoring the late Lisa McKay, a successful programmer and member of the Country Radio Hall of Fame.
The Steve & DC Show is returning to 95.3 The Bear in Tuscaloosa. Steve Shannon and DC Daniel linked up in St. Louis in 1991, jumped into successful syndication and then went their separate ways in 2007.
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The National Association of Broadcasters has launched a series of new commercials for stations to air that underscore the importance of fact-based journalism, they say, "at a time when misinformation is running rampant on social media.