Triton: Boston Big For Online Listening

Triton Digital released its October ranker for online listening and according to the report, Boston showed the largest listening gain up 30.4%. Sacramento was up 20.5%, followed by Milwaukee at 20.2%.

NPR’s Rehm Retiring After Election

Diane Rehm has been on the air for nearly 30 years. She plans to retire at the conclusion of the next presidential election. “The Diane Rehm Show” is a two-hour program heard on 197 public radio stations

Host Accused of Stealing Contest Winners Info

The New Orleans Advocate reports that 35 year old Brian Benemy is under arrest accused of 22 counts of identity theft after police say he used copies of ID cards from radio contest winners to rack up thousands of dollars in charges.

AM Radio Rules This Small Town

The Detroit Free Press has a detailed story about the success of WNBY in Newberry, Michigan. The station has been on the air since the mid-60's in a little building and not much has changed. People call about lost dogs and found tools, or phone in a request to hear a song, or to report that the elementary school’s lizard got out.

Pai Says Enforcement Bureau Out of Control

This is something FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai has touched on before and he did it again last week a speech at the Annual Institute on Telecommunications Policy & Regulation. Pai said the Enforcement Bureau is no longer even accountable to FCC Commissioners.

Mayor Turns to Radio to Improve Ratings

The New York Times details how New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is trying to get on the radio as much as possible after his ratings took a hit. It all started on WOR with an appearance on the Len Berman and Todd Schnitt show.

Mike And The Mad Dog Reunite

The New York Daily News has the details about a one-night reunion at Madison Square Garden on March 30 to benefit the Garden's charity Garden of Dreams Foundation.

Wing Bowl Date Set For February 5

It's one of the most ingenious events ever created, and it's grown into something so big, it takes place at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Wing Bowl, which was created by WIP morning show Angelo Cataldi and Al Morganti 23 years ago is a competitive chicken wing eating contest.

Grabbing The Attention of Digital Natives

What media are digital natives using and what do they think of radio? That’s some of what researchers asked University of Florida students over four years. Ed Cohen, Nielsen VP Ed Cohen (pictured) says radio stations don’t need to be everywhere on social media, but stations do need to be relevant or the class of 2015 won’t pay attention.

Students Protest Sale of KPLU

The News Tribune has the details of a group of about 40 students and station supporters that rallied at Pacific Lutheran University Thursday to show their support for KPLU. The station is being sold to Seattle-based KUOW for $8 million.

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