It's been a very quiet two years thanks to a world-wide pandemic. COVID-19 cornered everyone into a survival and save money mode. As we head into 2022 life returning to normal is finally a real possibility. Does that mean radio will start to see more deal activity?
RAB and Xperi are partnering on a webinar called "The Battle for the Dash: How Radio can Compete Today and Win the Future.” The one hour presentation is set for November 10.
(By Buzz Knight) Provoke-“How Leaders Shape the Future by Overcoming Fatal Human Flaws.” The book is a welcome addition to any boardroom trying to navigate one of the most difficult times in our lifetime.
iHeartMedia CEO Bob Pittman and CFO Richard Bressler sent a memo to employees on Thursday outlining a flexible work environment at the radio giant. They say the "new work environment," will enable greater productivity and be more responsive to the way employees live their life.
Roger Vestal tells Radio Ink he got into radio as a child. The 25-year vet is now working for Forever Communications where he oversees 4 stations. Here's his story and why he was chosen as Radio Ink's Sales Manager of The Week. Our Sales Manager of The Week Feature is sponsored by The Center For Sales Strategy.
The 74-year old said on his show Thursday he'll be leaving the sports station which he's been with for all 34 years its been in existence "sooner rather than later." Right now Somers hosts the 6:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. slot.
Urban One's Radio One and Reach Media have announced a virtual upfront called Millions. Billions. Trillions. in partnership with Dream Currency, a small Black-owned business. The upfront focuses on a movement to promote the importance and buying power of the African American consumer.
(By Charlie Sislen) Making radio simple to advertisers that aren’t familiar with the medium is more important than ever before. Being able to convey the benefits of a radio campaign is essential to successfully closing a new client.
(Mike McVay) One of my longtime friends in Programming once told me that he always wanted to be a Market Manager. Given that I was one of those that came up through programming, and went on to be a Market Manager, I asked “Why?”
(By Loyd Ford) Nobody likes to lose revenue. You might be losing out every day until your sellers begin to arm themselves with the story of success.