Modelo beer has teamed up with rapper Anderson .Paak for the Modelo Fighting Chance Concert Series, produced by iHeartRadio. They are raising money for the International Rescue Committee to help refugees, immigrants, and Americans in need achieve their full potential.
Forecast 2020 is coming up November 20 at the Harvard Club in New York City. Prospects for Radio as an Investment in 2020: The Real Street Talk is one of the informative panel discussions on the agenda.
Findings from the first-ever Super Listeners study from PodcastOne and Edison Research were debuted Wednesday at the IAB Podcast Upfront in New York. The industry-wide study showcases the power of podcasting’s most active consumers.
...to get in the holiday spirit. Jim Hampton's radio soundtrack of holidays past and present is celebrating its 10th anniversary. An Original Christmas features over 250 tracks of holiday music intertwined with the Golden Days of Radio and celebrity guests.
Boston’s NPR news station has struck a goldmine with the grant from the Barr Foundation for its arts and culture team, The ARTery. Led by Senior Editor Maria Garcia, The ARTery expands on WBUR's commitment to explore Greater Boston’s arts and culture scene.
We'll find out Friday, November 8th at 10AM Eastern when CEO David Field and his team report their quarterly earnings to analysts and investors. Back in August Field said he expected the quarter to finish up in the low single digits.
Educational Media Foundation has been one of radio’s most aggressive companies over the past few years. Getting the word of God into every market in the country is its goal.
LBI Media has successfully completed its court-approved reorganization plan wiping over $350 million in debt off its books. While mainly a TV company, LBI also owns 17 radio stations and syndicates the Don Cheto Network in 31 markets.
Sirius XM Radio has extended CEO Jim Meyer's contract through the end of 2020. Meyer's annual salary will be $2 million. But wait, there's more, much more...
Country Radio Broadcasters’ latest CRS360 webinar series is at 1 p.m. CT on Tuesday, Oct. 22, with a discussion about filmmaker Ken Burns' Country Music, the eight-part, 16-hour film chronicling the history of America’s most-programmed music genre.