A Digital Stream Merger For HMG

Hope Media Group will consolidate hip-hop and pop music digital streams. The consolidation of NGEN Radio and WAY Now, will happen Friday, July 15, 2022.

Former NFL Analyst Joins Our Podcasting Conference

Michele Tafoya, of Salem Podcast Network, has joined the growing list of prestige speakers for the Second Annual How to Make Real Money Podcasting virtual event to be held July 19th and 20th.

Huge Wins For Cumulus Albuquerque

Cumulus Albuquerque swept the New Mexico Broadcasters Association Excellence in Broadcasting Awards yesterday, bringing home 12 of the NMBA’s 19 annual awards. Here's what they won...

What Happened To Danny Bonaduce?

It was back in May that we reported the 62-year old KZOK-FM Seattle host was taking a break from his morning show to deal with an unspecified medical issue. Bonaduce was finally back on the air this week.

SoundExchange Sues Slacker

SoundExchange has filed suit in the United States District Court for the Central District of California against Slacker and its parent company LiveOne. SoundExcahnge seeks to recover unpaid royalties owed to performers and rights owners.

Library of American Broadcasting Looks At Jingles

The latest Library of American Broadcasting virtual exhibit is entitled "The Lost Art of Jingle Writing". The LAB exhibit is culled from a collection of iconic ads archived by the Radio Advertising Bureau.


Nominations for Radio Wayne™ Awards; radio’s symbol of excellence and achievement in sales, marketing, and management are being accepted Now! The 30th Anniversary Radio Wayne™ Awards will be celebrated during Radio Ink’s Masters Sales Summit this fall.

Joyner Foundation and Bet MGM Partner

The Tom Joyner Foundation and BetMGM are partnering to offer an Executive Series to Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The partnership will offer HBCU students the opportunity to network with BetMGM executives to navigate the recruitment process and prepare for careers at the company after graduation.

Radio’s Reach is Still Massive

With the renewed love for audio in recent years, spurred by podcasting, and the onslaught of new technologies for consumers to listen, radio's reach among the U.S. population is still massive. That's according to the latest Audio Today report from Nieslen.

The End of an Era

Apparently 36 years is enough radio for some hosts. KQRS Minneapolis morning man, Radio Hall of Famer Tom Barnard is retiring. His final broadcast will be December 23rd. The Minneapolis native has been with the station since 1986. He dominated morning ratings in that city for a very long time.

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