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Calling himself the most sought after free agent in the history of media, in a Periscope video from a Publix, Kirk Minihane announced he was no longer employed by Entercom. He then went on to say some very vile and disgusting things about Entercom, its employees and their families.
Entercom was put in an uncomfortable position by an angry employee who was using social media as a weapon to complain about his employment in an attempt to pry his way out of his deal. In the end, Entersom decided he wasn't worth all the headaches. Managers: If this happened to you, what would you do and would you hire him now?
Entercom and and Cadence13 are launching an original podcast called To War and Back, which explores the lives of three combat veterans and their journeys on the battlefield and on their return home. The full six-episode series will launch exclusively on Radio.com.
Late on Wednesday, Meruelo Media announced it was adding to its rapidly growing Los Angeles cluster with the purchase of KXOS-FM from 93.9 Holdings and Grupo Radio Centro.
WEEU-AM in Reading, PA, will be going dark after nearly 90 years on the air. Publishing company Reading Eagle, which owns the station and several newspapers, filed for bankruptcy after being family owned for over 150 years.
Entercom's Y-98 in St. Louis has been playing the 1982 hit song from Laura Brannigan for 24 hours. The reason is that this is the first time the St. Louis Blues are in the Stanley Cup finals since 1970. "Gloria" is the song the hockey team plays in the locker room after every win.
It’s a day-long, technology-intensive program on Tuesday, September 24. “Tech Tuesday” will feature educational sessions, hands-on workshops, networking events, and exclusive vendor access.
The Provincetown, MA, community station has received a welcome boost as it continues to carry out upgrades. The money — in the form of a Mass Cultural Council grant — is a very healthy $95,000.
It's time for the Stanley Cup Final -- the climax of the NHL season -- and Westwood One and NBC Sports Radio will be providing the live audio coverage. It all begins Monday, May 27 in Boston.