Audacy has flipped WNSH-FM 94.7 from Country to Throwbacks. The station will feature classic hip-hop hits and throwbacks. The only Country radio station in New York City can now be heard on 94.7 HD2.
Former Sacramento Kings announcer and sports talk radio host Grant Napear has filed suit against KHTK-AM and parent company Bonneville International for wrong termination, discrimination and retaliation. He is seeking more than $75,000 in damages.
The deadline for nominations for the 2022 Country Radio Hall of Fame has been extended. Nominations for the Class of 2022 can be submitted into November.
Joseph Baca and his wife Loretta, owners of KFUN-AM and KLFV-FM in Las Vegas, New Mexico are ready to move on. They've either worked or owned the stations for the past 42 years. Both are 75 years old now. The Las Vegas Optic reports how Baca was able to purchase the station when he hit the lottery for $1 million.
That's what Rep. Ted Deutch told the House Judiciary Committee Friday. Deutch wants the American Music Fairness Act passed which would require radio stations to pay artists to air their music.
Every day we hear of another ransomware attack or data breach, and it seems that the cyber adversaries are taking over companies, catching them off-guard and ill-prepared. How can you prepare? By registering for Forecast 2022, November 16th at The Harvard Club in New York Ciity.
Beasley's Toucher & Rich morning show, based out of 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston, debuted on four Townsquare stations Monday. It was only last week that the show went into syndication.
Audacy and Bloomberg have renewed their agreement to deliver Bloomberg Radio business and consumer news programming. The agreement covers the majority of Audacy’s 26 all-news and news talk stations.
The National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters and Reset Digital will be taking a look at a digital ad buy campaign in a Zoom meeting today. The meeting is set for 12N ET today and will be led by Reset Digital CEO Charles Cantu.
Indianapolis based The Bob & Tom show and Cumulus Media have inked a new agreement to continue to carry the show on 18 of the company's radio stations. The renewal extends a partnership of over 20 years.