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Everyone knows how important that dashboard real estate has become. John Goreham from Torque News got his hands on a letter that Toyota sent to automobile owners explaining that on November 13 a system update will wipe Pandora, Facebook and OpenTable right off the Toyota Entune system.
(By Jon Quick) Today is Part 2 of Jon's three-part piece on just what GMs should know that PDs do. Breaking it all down piece by piece, it's an informative read. Get your notebook out!
The Broadcasters Foundation of America raised $250,000 to help broadcasters in need during its Celebrity Golf Tournament earlier this week at the Westchester Country Club in Rye, NY.
Sometimes rooting for the home team gets you in trouble. When Nathan Zegura isn't co-hosting afternoons on ESPN 850 in Cleveland he's a sideline reporter during the Cleveland Browns football games. And that's probably where you should keep your cool.
Jason Barrett had all the details about 104.5 The Zone midday co-host Paul Kuharsky (pictured) waking up at 2 a.m. to find a naked teenager and police officer in his home.
This one would have surely made Radio Ink's best facilities issue. On Wednesday, Bloomberg showed off its new state-of-the-art multi-platform broadcast studio at Bloomberg’s global headquarters in New York City.
Sports Garden Network will be providing JVC Broadcasting's all-news station on Long Island sports updates throughout the day along with broadcasting its flagship program, Wanna Bet, seven days a week.
What's the state of political and automotive advertising for the U.S. Hispanic market? Find out in this week's Hispanic Radio Podcast with Angie Balderas.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit released an opinion upholding the Copyright Royalty Board’s “Web IV” music streaming rates for years 2016-2020. SoundExchange caused the ruckus in this one, raising a number of arguments in an attempt to upend the CRB-established rates.